ServiceNow Partners with AICTE to Skill 10K Students in First-Year

In a significant move towards empowering students with valuable digital skills, ServiceNow, the digital workflow company, has entered into a Memorandum of UnderstandingAll India Council For Technical Education (AICTE), operating under the Ministry of Education. The primary objective of this collaboration is to skill over 10,000 students on the ServiceNow platform within the first year.

This strategic partnership marks the initial phase of a broader initiative with the potential to impact 25,000 students over the next three years, according to a statement from the company. Nick Tzitzon, Chief Strategy and Corporate Affairs Officer at ServiceNow, emphasized that the MoU would allow AICTE-affiliated institutes throughout India to cultivate a pool of qualified talent, contributing to the upcoming wave of technological innovation in the country.

The collaboration aims to provide students with access to global and centralized learning experiences, enabling them to develop skills and capabilities crucial for the future. As part of the partnership, a continuous education path will be established, granting students access to ServiceNow Administrator and Developer courses through the Now Learning platform.

Professor (Dr) TG Sitharam, Chairman of AICTE, highlighted that the collaboration with ServiceNow is geared towards offering students advanced training in innovative concepts and techniques, fostering their exploration of cutting-edge technologies tailored to their needs.

The partnership is anticipated to play a crucial role in creating a new economy by nurturing in-demand, skilled, and job-ready talent, with a specific focus on expediting career paths within the rapidly growing ServiceNow ecosystem. Dr Chandrasekhar Buddha, CCO & CEO of Anuvadini, AICTE, emphasized the partnership's goal of equipping students with the latest innovative thinking and technology, encouraging their engagement with new technologies that align with their evolving needs.

ServiceNow's global RiseUp programme, designed to skill one million individuals with in-demand digital skills worldwide, further underscores the company's commitment to empowering individuals with the capabilities required in today's dynamic digital landscape.