Aiming to provide hands-on training to students in blockchain technologies and to focus on Ethereum, Hyperledger and certified Blockchain Developer courses, the Information Data Systems (IDS) hosted a dynamic blockchain training event at Gokaraju Rangaraju Institute of Engineering and Technology (GRIET), Hyderabad.
“We are happy to witness such a positive response to our blockchain training program at GRIET. Empowering students with practical skills in emerging technologies is crucial,” said Mr Aravind Voruganti, Global Vice President of Information Data Systems.
The training programme provided practical knowledge to the students Source: GRIET
Spanning over five days, the training programme witnessed participation from 100 enthusiastic students through eight hours of intensive learning each day.
The programme was accessible to the students as the government, through NASSCOM, offered a 50 per cent reimbursement to the registered students.
The training program addressed the growing demand for skilled blockchain professionals by offering practical knowledge and experience in cutting-edge blockchain technologies. Attendees were provided valuable insights into Ethereum, Hyperledger, and essential blockchain development skills.
Apart from the training sessions, GRIET also hosted a Hedera Hackathon, powered by Hedera Hashgraph and supported by The Hashgraph Association. The hackathon was led by Dayal Mukati, the Principal Architect of Blockchain Practice at Information Data Systems. It was aimed at scaling the impact for aspiring blockchain developers and enthusiasts.