This partnership comes against the backdrop of an apparent demand-supply gap of digitally skilled resources with IT companies.

Upon completion of the programme, learners will be deployed in projects as Java full-stack developers

Bengaluru, NFAPost: Simplilearn, a global digital skills training provider, announced its partnership with Mphasis to upskill freshers in Full Stack Java Development.

Through this partnership with Simplilearn, Mphasis aims to enable freshers with the skills to be job and project-ready. The programme is designed to train learners in Java for front-end, backend, and database layer web development. Upon completing the programme, learners will be eligible to become Full Stack Java Developers.

This partnership will provide a high-touch learning experience to entry-level professionals at Mphasis enrolling for the Full Stack Java Developer programme.

Delivered via Simplilearn’s high-engagement bootcamp-style learning model, learners will have access to self-paced videos and live virtual classes conducted by industry experts. Learners will be equipped with the skills to build an end-to-end application, test and deploy code, store data using MongoDB, and much more.

The Simplilearn and Mphasis partnership comes at the right time when the industry is witnessing rapid growth and demand for full-stack developers.

Speaking on the partnership, Simplilearn Cofounder and Chief Business Officer Kashyap Dalal said globally there is a need for millions of professionals trained in digital skills like programming, Data, Cloud, Devops, etc.

“These skills are not readily available in the market and increasingly the only scalable model is to hire for aptitude and then create the skills to make them job-ready. New hire onboarding for digital roles is a key focus area for Simplilearn. We are delighted to partner with Mphasis to power the full stack Java online bootcamp to train new hires and get them job-ready with a rapid turnaround time,” said Simplilearn Cofounder and Chief Business Officer Kashyap Dalal.

Speaking on the partnership with Simplilearn, Mphasis CHRO Srikanth Karra said the market for full-stack development is growing and is expected to grow even more by the end of the year.

“Industry reports also indicate that full stack development will be in immense demand in the months to come, making it essential that we as an IT firm address the needs of the sector. That said, Simplilearn has always been committed to its purpose of skilling via its industry-specific learning programmes,” said Mphasis CHRO Srikanth Karra.

Through this collaboration, Mphasis CHRO Srikanth Karra said the company is confident of offering a comprehensive learning programme to the upcoming future workforce, preparing them with the tools to build a successful career in both the organisation and industry.

Simplilearn conducts more than 1,500 live classes, with an average of 70,000 learners who together spend more than 500,000 hours each month on the platform. Programmes offered by Simplilearn allow learners to upskill and get certified in popular domains.

About Simplilearn

Founded in 2010 and based in San Francisco, California, and Bangalore, Simplilearn, a Blackstone company is the world’s #1 online Bootcamp for digital economy skills training. Simplilearn offers access to world-class work-ready training to individuals and businesses around the world.

The Bootcamps are designed and delivered with world-renowned universities, top corporations, and leading industry bodies via live online classes featuring top industry practitioners, sought-after trainers, and global leaders.

From college students and early career professionals to managers, executives, small businesses, and big corporations, Simplilearn’s role-based, skill-focused, industry-recognized, and globally relevant training programmes are ideal upskilling solutions for diverse career or/and business goals.

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