TalentSprint announces programme for engineering graduates

April 13th, 2010 - 8:20 pm ICT by IANS  

Hyderabad, April 13 (IANS) TalentSprint, a leader in creating quality professionals for the IT industry, Tuesday announced an advanced software engineering programme (ASEP) to turn fresh engineering graduates into high performance programmers.
The programme is a rigorous 320-hour curriculum based on experiential learning and meets the latest industry standards. The ASEP certification is designed to train the graduates for placement opportunities, said a company statement here.

Fresh engineering graduates with minimum 60 percent marks are eligible to apply for selection to these programmes.

“We are building a novel experiential learning model along the lines of teaching hospitals, where learning industry practices and working on real-life problems go hand-in-hand,” said J.A. Chowdary, co-founder and executive chairman at TalentSprint.

According to Santanu Paul, chief executive officer, the demand for trained and certified graduates from the IT and banking industry is expected to touch 100,000 in the next one year.

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