CSR

Aspire Systems launches skill development programme

With focus on Information Technology Skill Development & Employability, SHINE aims at creating successful careers in IT sector
Aspire Systems launches skill development programme

Technology service firm, Aspire Systems has launched of a programme ‘SHINE’, in collaboration with Universal Higher Education Trust, Vellore, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives. With a focus on Information Technology Skill Development & Employability, the company is looking to enable students from lower economic backgrounds, from Vellore and its surrounding districts in Tamil Nadu. 

“Practical knowledge is as important when compared to theoretical. It is therefore important to encourage students to be trained with skills that can empower them to think on their feet, than just go by the book; this is what SHINE is all about. We are looking to help these students with programming skills, in addition to soft skills, thereby raising their chances of employability in the IT sector”, Sathappan S, Head – Corporate Social Responsibility, Aspire Systems said.   

The SHINE initiative is a year-long programme consisting of two phases. The first phase is to be conducted at the Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) campus, and the second phase is to be held at the Aspire Systems’ Siruseri campus. The core focus will be on imparting programming skills to these students in order to add value to their employability in the IT sector. Additionally, training in communication and soft skills will also be taught.

Commenting on the partnership, Gowri Shankar Subramanian, Co-founder and CEO, Aspire Systems said, “The aim of SHINE is to ensure that we imbibe the underprivileged students with employability skills and give them the opportunity to be capable professionals. We have always believed that it is vital to give back to the society and be socially responsible”.    

Over 22 students have enrolled into this programme and the course is scheduled to begin later this month. 

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