Saturday, May 25, 2024 of the Lrnable Group collaborates with the Centre for Electronic Governance (CEG), Rajasthan, to transform the learning and recruitment landscape, a part of learning and talent transformation company, Lrnable Group, today, announced its association with Centre for Electronic Governance (CEG) Rajasthan, targeting to upskill 50,000 students. intends to abridge the academia-industry gap with a sharp focus towards learning of students, enhancing and upgrading skills, and mapping complete learning lifecycle of students in an educational institute/a company including career pathing.

Students across colleges, ITIs and polytechnics under the umbrella of CEG and Rajasthan Technical University (RTU) can register on and analyse their skill sets. Students can enrol for different learning modules and internship opportunities.

The strategic association between Centre for Electronic Governance (CEG), Rajasthan and Mytat presents new possibilities to facilitate a skill mapping, skill enhancing/up-grading and continuous learning framework by making available skill assessment and Lrnable programmes that focus on skill training, skill analysis and industry connections.

On the association, Rahul Jatain, Head- Partnerships & Talent Curation, Mytat said, “We are honoured to be associated with CEG, Rajasthan. We endeavour to help 50,000 students, who are aspiring to enter the job market in the next three years with our Mytat assessments and Lrnable programmes as well as provide a single tool for Learning & Development in educational institutes, companies and organisations.”

“We recognised the forbidding situation of the skill gap in India along with regular struggles of students, trainers, recruiters as well as corporate, at large. Keeping in mind to achieve the dual objective – elevating employability and increasing ROI for companies via hiring of the right human resources, our Mytat and Lrnable platforms would help identify the skill gaps, enhance/ upgrade skills and bridge the academia-industry gap.”

Mytat currently offers skill-building across IT/ITES, BFSI, Pharma, Hospitality, Fashion and many more sectors. Mytat platforms have been in beta use for more than a year as we developed a simple and efficient platform through constant user validation duly addressing needs of various stakeholders in the supply chain, at different points in time. In the last two to three years, the company has provided its recruitment assessment services and solutions to many organisations with a high success rate. Mytat has worked with companies like HCL, Sapient, Quess Corp etc in the past and continue to support companies including Quess Corp, Barcode, Hinduja Tech, Hitachi etc

Speaking on the youth and employability, Om Narayan, Head- Enterprise Business Solutions and Academia Relations, Mytat said, “We need to keep up with the changing times, understanding the futuristic industry needs. As new technologies are disrupting industries and new job roles are emerging, the skills required for these new jobs are also going to be different. At Mytat, we are committed to empowering the youth to build these new skills. The shortage of talent on new-age skills is quite noticeable. In our journey to bridge the academia-industry, we would begin with assessing the skills to measure their current skill level and would provide the candidates with need-based learning modules. All our efforts are dedicated to build a talent hub in India, beginning with Rajasthan.” and Lrnable are aligned with Government’s Skill India Mission and Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana. The aim to empower the country’s youth and build India the Skill Capital while addressing the skill gaps, which the platforms identify very early in the lifecycle. Currently, Mytat is looking at forging alliances with academic institutions, organisations and corporates across the nation. The outreach plan of the group for FY 2021-22 is to reach at least 50 cities across eight to 10 States.

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