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Engineering edtech startup Skill-Lync on Tuesday said it has built an in-house electric vehicle to help its students gain insights into the future of the automotive industry. The vehicle has been built by a team of six in-house experts at Skill-Lync in collaboration with professionals from leading OEMs in the country.
Skill-Lync, India’s engineering education startup, announced that it will open 14 skill centres by the end of fiscal 2021. In the first phase, centres will open at Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Chennai.
Committed to equipping Engineers with the technical skill sets and delivering quality education, India’s leading engineering EdTech start-up – Skill-Lync has announced its partnership with Cyient, a leading global engineering, manufacturing, and digital technology solutions company to support them in adding ~500 Embedded professionals trained by Skill-Lync to their workforce by February 2022 and support their ambitious plan to add 4,000 embedded professions over time.
Students of Skill-Lync will be considered for entry-level and lateral hiring at RNTBCI, depending upon suitable skill sets and requirements that include training in various areas.
Engineering education startup Skill-Lync recently announced the appointment of Dr. Amod as the Director of Curriculum & Applications. With Dr. Amod's addition to the team, Skill-Lync hopes to enable engineering students in India to think beyond jobs and build deep technical expertise.
KILL-LYNC, engineering education start-up, recently appointed Nikhil Mittal as the Head of Growth. Nikhil will be heading the growth function at Skill-Lync, which involves overlooking Marketing and Sales org and making sure to build robust processes to help Skill Lync become leaders in the segment of higher education.
Engineering focused edtech start-up Skill-Lync has raised $17.5 million in Series A round, led by Iron Pillar, a venture growth investor backing global tech companies built from India.
Education Technology start-up Skill-Lync on Monday said it has partnered with Renault Nissan Technology & Business Centre India for Training & Upskilling the professionals.
Skill-Lync, India’s leading engineering education startup, announces the launch of Masters in Digital Commerce with Conversational AI Chatbots course. This course is specially crafted for aspiring chatbot developers and business analysts.
The program consists of online courses for fundamentals and specialization on the Skill-Lync platform and 6 months of on-the-job training at AMTZ Campus
Embedded Systems are critical to industries including aerospace, rail, automotive, medical technology, and communication networks and utilise a combination of hardware and software to enable programmable or specified functions.
Education technology startup Skill-Lync has partnered with Renault Nissan Technology & Business Centre India (RNTBCI) for training and up-skilling of professionals.
Skill Lync has joined hands with Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone (AMTZ). The partnership addresses the skill gap in the medical device industry having a massive shortage of design engineers and researchers.
In the first phase, centres will open at Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Chennai. In the next step, Delhi NCR, Ahmedabad, and a few other cities in the south of India will benefit from such centres.
Skill Lync, which is at the forefront of bridging the gap between the students and corporate industry requirements, joined hands with Andhra Pradesh MedTech Zone (AMTZ) - an enterprise under the Government of Andhra Pradesh to launch the country’s first masters coursework in Medical Technology. The partnership addresses the skill gap in the medical device industry having a massive shortage of design engineers and researchers.
Education technology start-up Skill-Lync on Monday said it has partnered with Renault Nissan Technology & Business Centre India (RNTBCI) for training and up-skilling of professionals. The partnership will drive comprehensive talent transformation programmes and the two partners will launch co-branded programmes to build a talent pipeline for their future needs, the company said in a statement.
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