Chennai, Sept 16 (UNI) The Jeevan IT Academy has launched its Campus Readiness Project (CRP), to help Corporates to cut down the cost of training and enhance the productivity of the employees.
Launching the programme at a function here last evening, Mr C Chandramouli, IT secretary, Tamil Nadu government, said the project would help corporate to get the best talent from the campus recruitment.
"CRP is the need of the hour. It was the first ingredient in nurturing of talent in the IT policy, recently unveiled by the state government", he said.
Hailing the project, he said the activities of Jeevan IT Academy were timely and relevant.
Unveiling the course plan, Mr Mannar Jawahar, Vice Chancellor, Anna University, said every year 1.15 lakh students passed out from 354 Engineering colleges. But most of them were not employable.
With 90 per cent of the students joining IT related jobs and 10 per cent core industry, employability and skill assumed greater significance, he said.
The CRP started by the Jeevan Academy was extremely important as most of the companies expected skill right from the third year.
Commenting on this, Mr D Napoleon, Chairman of JITA said the academy as a responsible company, incorporated with the objective of meeting the IT industry needed in terms of providing value added professionals to the industry.
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