The Industry Readiness Program is specifically designed to bridge the skill gap and make the engineering graduates ready for the IT industry. It is modeled on the lines of the Initial Learning Program that the IT industry uses to on board graduate hires. Engineering students who successfully undertake this training program can be immediately deployed on billing projects by the IT industry. This in turn significantly improves the placement chance of these campus graduates.

The duration of this program is 180 hours. The broad course structure is given below:

Phase Content Duration Duration
Introduction (Common) Process Models (SDLC, Maintenance, Conversion, Packaged Applications) and its applicability;
Overview of future technologies
40 Hours Summer Break
Foundation (Common) Basic Concepts and Applicability (OS, RDBMS, OOPS) Basic Technology Concepts- .Net, Java, C/C++, Oracle Personality Development Skills
Specialization (Batch Specific) .Net; Java; C/C++; Oracle etc. – High End Concepts and Applicability Project LIVE PROJECT with Industry experts 140 Hours