A Web 3.0 learning program has been created by ed-tech platform TimesPro to offer learners future-focused and tech-driven programmes in a variety of Web 3.0 technologies, including blockchain, cryptocurrency, and NFT, among others.
The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi, iHub Divyasampark (IIT-Roorkee), and the India Blockchain Alliance are just a few of the institutions and industry partners that have helped establish these programmes.
“TimesPro has been investing in emerging technologies and introduced several flagship programmes in full stack, cybersecurity, AI, big data, cloud computing, among others. We have collaborated with the leading IITs, academia and the industry to offer new-age and upskilling programmes, and the Web 3.0 initiative is a continuation of our effort”, Anish Srikrishna, CEO, TimesPro, said.
They are a learning platform that traverses an individual’s journey through life, making them confident and equipped to rise in this competitive world.
For TimesPro, establishing the Web3.0 Centre of Excellence is one major step towards a deeper industry-academia connection and furthering our mission to be at the forefront of the Higher Edtech industry while making excellence in education accessible and affordable, he added.
They include employment-oriented early career programmes across BFSI, e-Commerce, and technology sectors; executive education for working professionals in collaboration with premier national and global educational institutions; and organisational learning and development interventions at the corporate level.
“We have two types of courses, the self-paced already available on our website, anybody can go and join. So, all of these, even the hybrid ones, will be available by around December for the learners,” said Mohan Silaparasetty, head of technology programmes, TimesPro.
TimesPro, the award-winning EdTech initiative of The Times Group, was established in 2013 to cater to the learning needs of Indians with aspirations of career growth. We offer a variety of created and curated learning programmes across a range of categories, industries, and age groups.