Telecom Sector Skill Council Partners with ISAC and DADB to Launch Digital Courses

The Telecom Sector Skill Council (TSSC) has forged collaborations with the Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) and the German Academy of Digital Education (DADB). The result of these partnerships is the introduction of a range of cutting-edge digital courses, which were officially unveiled at the India Mobile Congress 2023.
TSSC partners with ISAC and DADBTSSC in partnership with ISAC will offer Cyber Safety Essentials (CSE) program to empower India’s youth, with a special focus on those under the age of 16. The program aims to equip young individuals with essential knowledge and practical skills in cybersecurity. It includes over 100 byte-sized awareness videos and interactive quizzes, specifically tailored for children, with the ultimate goal of molding them into true Cybersecurity Champions.

Moreover, TSSC in partnership with DADB is launching courses in E-Mobility and Hydrogen Technology. These courses provide Indian youth with direct access to cutting-edge digital education from Germany. The Hydrogen Technology course delves into critical aspects of hydrogen production, storage, and renewable energy integration, aligning with India’s ambitious goals in the green energy sector. Similarly, the E-Mobility course prepares students for the growing electric vehicle market, which is expected to create millions of jobs in manufacturing, maintenance, and infrastructure development by 2030.

“Through our strategic collaborations with ISAC and DADB, TSSC is revolutionizing skill development in the telecom sector. These digital courses will empower the youth to access cutting-edge knowledge and expertise from across the globe, transcending geographical boundaries,” Arvind Bali, CEO of Telecom Sector Skill Council, said.

These courses not only enhance employability but also significantly contribute to the development of a highly skilled workforce in the telecom sector. The digital format of these courses ensures accessibility to a wide demographic, ensuring that quality education reaches every corner of the nation, promoting a more prosperous and secure future for India.

The Telecom Sector Skill Council’s collaboration with ISAC and DADB marks a significant step in India’s skill development landscape, offering a pathway for the country’s youth to thrive in the digital age while contributing to the nation’s sustainable development goals.


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