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AICTE Launches IBM SkillsBuild Internship Program

AICTE has launched the IBM SkillsBuild Virtual Internship program. Available for duration of 8weeks, applications open till 30 July

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The All India Council for Technical Education(AICTE) has announced the launch of the IBM SkillsBuild Internship Program. The program offers students a unique opportunity to acquire practical skills and enhance their profile. The program is set to commence with its August batch focusing on emerging technologies.

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IBM SkillsBuild Internship will be facilitated virtually by the Edunet Foundation. Online accessibility will allow students from various backgrounds to participate and gain valuable experience.

The duration of the internship program is set to be 8 weeks during which students will be offered a comprehensive learning experience through curated courses, collaborative project-based environments, and master class sessions.

What are the perks of the IBM SkillsBuild Internship?

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IBM SkilsBuild Internship is set to offer 10000 virtual internship openings. It is a platform for students to develop their skills, gain industry insights and boost their careers. Besides skill development, the interns will have the opportunity to showcase their abilities by solving real-world challenges.

Upon successful completion of the internship, participants will receive certificates from both IBM and Edunet that will add value to their professional profiles.

Who can apply for the IBM SkillsBuild internship?

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The internship program is open for all candidates coming from any field of specialization with relevant skills and interests. The only criteria involve that the candidates should be available for a duration of 8 weeks.

Apart from the eligibility criteria, there are also some terms of engagement that include

  • A valid Gmail Account for SkillsBuild Camp Registration
  • Pursuing technical education B.E/ BTech(in II, III, IV years) or BCA (in II, III years) or MCA (I, II years) in disciplines like Computer Science, Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, and Electronics.
  • Access to computer or laptop and internet connection.
  • Windows operating system updated browser.

Conclusion

IBM has launched an amazing initiative to bring academia and business together. The course will close the skills gap and provide students with the skills they need to succeed in this rapidly changing technological environment. The project supports the expansion and development of India's technical education sector while cultivating a qualified workforce for the future.

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