Dassault Systèmes will also train Skill-Lync support engineers with more than 10 years of experience, to help them in imparting cutting-edge education to the students.
In line with the Government of India’s New Education Policy (NEP), Skill-Lync is partnering with educational institutions to provide curriculum integration across domains for students starting from their second year in college. The partnership will cover Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform along with courses on its brand applications including CATIA, DELMIA, SIMULIA, SOLIDWORKS, and ENOVIA.
The key highlight of the program is the engineering students’ will get first-hand experience of building electric vehicles (EV) from scratch along with masterclass videos visually presenting the EV building process for students interested in polishing their skills in the automotive industry.
“With the support of industry leaders, we are trying to address the gap between the curriculum and the workplace skill requirements in the engineering domain,” said Krishna Bandaru, Chief Business Officer, Skill-Lync.
Skill-Lync currently offers over 250 industry-relevant, job-specific courses. Students complete the coursework and join leading companies.