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Google announces Scholarship program to train 1.3 lakh Indian

Google announces Scholarship program to train 1.3 lakh Indian
Written by Shilpi Gupta

World’s Top MNC, Google announced the partnership with Pluralsight and Udacity for a new scholarship program that will help 130 thousand developers and students across India. Last year Google announced, the program to train two million developers in India and has made steady progress by engaging over half a million students and developers across the country. On Thursday, Google India releases the statement as “We are taking a big step forward by partnering with Pluralsight and Udacity for a new scholarship program that will help 130K developers and students across India to gain the skills they need to be successful in the changing technology landscape.”

The Scholarship program by google would have two phases. In the first phase  free access to the courses in mobile and web development along with mentor-ship and community support. The top 1000 students of this phase will earn an additional 6-month scholarship to  Mobile and Web Developer Nanodegree programs. Under this new scholarship program with the collaboration of Pluralsight and Udacity, Google going to help Indian students to improve their learning on the emerging technologies like Mobile and Web development, AR/VR, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Cloud Platforms.
The Tech Giant google is already engaged with the student across the nation and more than 2 lakh students already completed their Google development courses on Udacity and around 1 lakh students are currently engaged with pluralsight. 

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Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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