HCL Learning announced
the launch of the special IT training programs for Green Computing, in
partnership with Global Science and Technology Forum (GSTF).
As part of this partnership, HCL with Global Science and
Technology Forum (GSTF) will offer introductory training programs across 130
cities expected to reach out to over 10,000 students by the end of this year.
Green Computing holds great significance in the current
business environment and has become an integral part of every organisation’s
development across the globe. With more and more green practices being adopted,
there is a need to develop a pool of highly trained Green IT professionals.
GSTF and HCL Learning apart
from introducing the new are also in the process of upgrading its existing
programmes. The partnership is also expected to launch some special programmes
based on computing concepts and is also working on integrating next generation
platforms like cloud computing, which is expected to drive the next IT
revolution along with Mobility and Broadband.
Our Training programs will provide the participants with
in-depth knowledge, skills and expertise, needed to understand, evaluate,
develop and deploy Green IT and Cloud Computing Solutions in a range of
contexts, including business, government and Individual. I am indeed delighted
to partner with HCL and launch the certification programmes in India,” said Anton
Ravindran, CEO and president of GSTF.
HCL Infosystems over the years has developed various
programs for imparting training and educational skills and is committed to
enhancing the role of sustainable technology in Education,” said Rothin
Bhattacharyya, executive vice president, Marketing, HCL Infosystems.
We have also endeavored to create a talent pool that is
highly skilled, contributing to the employability. Our partnership with GSTF is
a step forward in the same direction. This association would empower us to
create innovative programmes & incorporating Green IT as a foundation,” Bhattacharyya added.
By TelecomLead.com Team