anticipate and prepare for future skill requirement is critical for businesses, governments and individuals. Addressing this need, Tech Mahindra has partnered with University of Sydney, Australia, through it's newly-developed Industry and Community Projects Unit (ICPU) to equip students with skills that are necessary for jobs in the future.
The partnership gives real-world experience to students, and encourages them to work on community development, law, technology, farming, sustainability, banking and health amongst other projects. The four-week long units will see student groups leveraging next-gen technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning, virtual reality, and the Internet of Things (IoT) in Tech Mahindra’s Makers Lab.
Nikhil Malhotra, Head of Makers Lab, Tech Mahindra, said, "Through this collaboration with academia, industries and businesses, we hope to create a talent pool in tune with practical insights around disruptive technologies, to benefit the Australian market and enable Tech Mahindra to spot young talent."