Today, the ability to provide an industry interface to students that allows them to improve their practical knowledge and acumen and prepares them for the corporate world is a big part of what makes an IT & Management college delivering BCA & BCA degrees great. The creation of industry-ready, employable individuals is the exclusive goal of top BCA/BBA institutions in India, such as IPS COLLEGE, Jaipur (IPS) in Jaipur. Industry interface turns out to be of utmost importance in these times of fierce competition when everyone works hard for a good career.
The BCA and BBA Freshers were blessed with an opportunity to interact with a CEO – face-to-face, right in the second day of their Induction Program underway in IPS COLLEGE. The academia-industry collaboration or the corporate interface program is designed for the BCA & BBA students with the objective of preparing them in a live corporate environment which will begin very shortly as a part of their corporate-immersion programs such as Internships and On-Job-Trainings – a unique pedagogy of IPS COLLEGE, which is the pivotal reasons of IPS COLLEGE maintaining its leadership position among all IT/Management institutes of Rajasthan.
Mr. Shubhang Jain, CEO of BIT-Ace Technologies Private Limited, which today caters to over One Hundred clients abroad, introduced the current trends and the future demands in the IT and ITES sector. He reiterated the truth that “change is the only constant”. Regardless of your profession, you must adapt to constant changes taking place on the industrial front. You must learn new skills throughout your life to keep up with changes in the industries, grow in your career, and boost career opportunities.
Mr. Jain, elaborated that, the data science platform market size is expected to grow from USD 37.9 billion in 2019 to USD 140.9 billion by 2024, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 30.0% during the forecast period. Key growth factors for the market include the increasing focus of enterprises on ease of use methods to drive business and the growing need to extract in-depth insights from voluminous data to gain a competitive advantage.
Along with Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Data Science, Mr. Jain also stressed that Cloud Computing, DevOps, Cyber Security, RPA, Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality will be the skills to look out for in the future.