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Tech Mahindra, the IT manager in India, will offer certification courses for blockchain

June 2, 2020

The leading technology company in India Tech Mahindra has partnered with Idealabs, the EdTech startup, to offer Blockchain certification courses.
The certification course is offered as a combination of Live online and class hours on campus. Students who register for the course learn the basics of Blockchain, Ethereum, intelligent contracts, decentralized applications (DeFi) and Hyperledger Fabric, among other topics.

The two companies intend Build a talent pool for the blockchain industry, which can meet the growing demands on work. On the official website for blockchain courses, it is found that the number of blockchain jobs has increased by 290% in the past year.

Tech Mahindra told reporters, “There is one high demand for blockchain talent because the scope of the technology is very broad and affects a variety of sectors such as finance, healthcare, manufacturing, education, retail and telecommunications. “

Tech Mahindra, the IT manager in India, will offer certification courses for blockchainTech Mahindra, the IT manager in India, will offer certification courses for blockchain

Chances are that he himself Tech Mahindra is hiring certified candidates for this course. “It offers students exciting learning opportunities and helps Tech Mahindra access easy-to-implement blockchain resources,” said Rajesh Dhuddu, blockchain director at Tech Mahindra.

Blockchain courses are trending

Many technology companies and universities around the world have introduced new blockchain courses recently since the pandemic COVID-19 appears to have increased the demand for blockchain technology and experienced professionals in this industry.

An Australian research university last monthRMIT University announced it would add two new blockchain graduate programs In cooperation with IBM. Just a few days later, the School of Continuous Studies became the York University in Canada also added two new blockchain programs.