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Tech Mahindra Partners With Pluralsight, And FutureSkills To Support Blockchain Training Program

Tech Mahindra is an Indian multinational information technology company who has partnered with Pluralsight,, and FutureSkills in order to support a blockchain training program. The program contains other subjects like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Robotics, Automation, and 5G.

Tech Mahindra sought helps from International Universities like the University of Suffolk, the University of Sydney, and the University of Berkeley along with the Center of Excellence (COE) in Canada in order to move ahead with these technologies. Tech Mahindra will be helped with experimental learning opportunities and research programmes from these universities.

The chief strategy officer and head of growth at Tech Mahindra Jagdish Mitra said, “We, at Tech Mahindra, believe that successful digital transformation lies in ‘disrupting one’s own business before others do’. As part of our TechMNxt charter, we are investing heavily in reskilling employees in next-generation technologies like blockchain, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), robotics, automation, and 5G,”

National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM) is one more blockchain training program partner of Tech Mahindra. NASSCOM trains employees in the blockchain and AI.

VP & CEO, IT – ITeS Sector Skill Council at NASSCOM Amit Aggarwal said, “Companies today are prepared for the next wave of growth as reskilling, AI, automation, the blockchain, and digital solutions emerge as the future drivers of the industry,” BTC Wires reported.

The blockchain technology and its different kinds of use cases are gaining a lot of attention worldwide. Their popularity made Tech Mahindra encourage the employees for learning the blockchain development through the blockchain training program. Tech Mahindra has also organized similar kinds of programs for helping employees with these technologies. It wants to create 50% revenues in the long run from these technologies.

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Shabnam Dhar is a Copy Editor for OWLT Market.

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