Last Updated: January 02, 2023, 18:56 IST
The partnership will train faculty and students with in-demand ServiceNow digital skills Chandigarh, India (NewsVoir) Chitkara University, today announced its partnership with ServiceNow to train students in digital skills and improve job prospects with paths to employment. This program will benefit 500 students every year and is part of a global skilling initiative called RiseUp with ServiceNow.
The integrated curriculum centered around training and certification programs on the ServiceNow Platform enables students to pursue learning in a holistic way which can result in greater intellectual curiosity, enhanced problem solving, encourage critical thinking and higher understanding of digital skills while in the University. The program incorporates practical simulations, with access to ServiceNow curriculum covering subjects such as ServiceNow Advanced Fundamentals, IT Service Management, Scripting, and Application Development merging text-book knowledge with practical application.
Dr. Madhu Chitkara, Pro Chancellor, Chitkara University, said, “We are delighted to collaborate with ServiceNow, through autonomy in curriculum integration our students will benefit and create a new career path for themselves, become job ready and thrive in the digital economy. Chitkara University encourages the use of the power of technology and one of our charters is to prepare our students for the industry along with instilling discipline, integrity, civic engagement, and leadership skills.” Sumeet Mathur, Vice-President, and Head of ServiceNow India Development Centre said, “ServiceNow is proud to partner with Chitkara University to build paths to simpler, faster, and equitable digital careers required in support of the Government’s Skill India initiative. India is one of the fastest growing markets for ServiceNow and we’re enabling thousands of Indian students, through our global skilling program – RiseUp with ServiceNow-with the opportunity to build rewarding digital careers within our fast-growing ecosystem.”
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