IT/ITes Training Programs

The Talent Supply-Demand Analysis Report, recently launched by IT-ITeS Sector Skills Council NASSCOM (SSC NASSCOM), clearly articulates that current Indian education system needs to focus more on higher order thinking skills and hence the report strongly recommends that learning outcomes (based on National Occupational Standards) need to be introduced to country’s education system. A focus on these skills would work towards increasing employability of the Indian graduates and equipping them with the 'right skill set' that can get them a job.

The report, interestingly, evaluates various states of the country, both from ‘talent demand’ as well as ‘talent supply’ perspective. It looks into the student distribution system of various states w.r.t. enrolments to various streams/courses, etc.

The report clearly articulates that the concern in India’s context is not of quantity, but of diminished employability quotient in the students. Therefore, various short, medium and long-term interventions in the Indian education ecosystem, in association with Govt. and Academic stakeholders, will prove to be the key to sustain India’s leadership position as the land of young and talented pool.

Aadit Systems is a training provider of IT and ITES skills to students, corporate and individuals. SPTech specializes in developing, marketing and delivering broad verity of instructor lead courses focused to enhance the IT and project management skills amongst the participants. The training courses designed by SPTech will cater to the growing demand of aspirants looking for a career in various multinational IT and ITES companies. SPTech also helps in fulfilling the training requirement of working professionals for their skill upgradation which is needed to keep them abreast in an extremely competitive and challenging job market.

Our prime focus is to provide intensive training to candidates by industry certified professionals & to bring them out as successful Call Center Executives. Our company is provided with an hyperactive recruitment team to assess the specific skills of the individuals & to place them accordingly.

Big confusion whether IT or IT/ITes is same or not, but the ITES sector differs from the IT industry in many ways.

  • 1) The manpower requirement of ITES industry: It needs graduates and undergraduates more from general streams like Arts, Commerce and Science with soft skills.
  • 2) The investments requirement per employee in core infrastructure and facilities is higher as compared to that in an IT industry.
  • 3) 24x7 operation as opposed to one/two shift operation in the IT industry.
  • 4) The compensation package at entry level is much smaller compared to those in the IT sector though there is ample scope for fast growth.

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