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Infosys offers digital springboard for students and professionals

Our Correspondent
Our Correspondent
Posted on 09 Nov 2021
09:41 AM
Infosys Springboard also allows participants to assess themselves and be certified through examinations.

Infosys Springboard also allows participants to assess themselves and be certified through examinations. Shutterstock

Flagship digital reskilling programme Infosys Springboard offers a curriculum-rich platform for students from Class VI to college-goers and working professionals
Programme allows participants to prepare for emerging jobs and careers, helps working professionals enhance advanced digital skills

Infosys is offering a digital springboard to students and working professionals in a reskilling initiative that is expected to benefit over 10 million people by 2025.

Infosys Springboard has been developed by the infotech major in collaboration with leading digital educators like Coursera and Learnship. The curriculum is fully aligned with India’s new National Education Policy 2020, according to an official statement issued by Infosys.

Infosys Springboard provides a curriculum-rich online platform that delivers corporate-grade learning experiences on any device, with closer educator-learner collaboration for students from Class VI to college and even working professionals, the IT company informed.


The programme aims to accelerate digital reskilling for participating learners and allow them to assess themselves and be certified through examinations.

Key features of Infosys Springboard:

· Students can ‘learn by doing’ and develop holistically in preparation for emerging jobs and career opportunities

· Women are empowered with a focused learning portal, specialised resources and expert mentors for holistic development

· Working professionals are trained with advanced digital skills to prepare them for high-paying jobs of the future

· Teachers can better collaborate with learners on their skilling journey using the platform’s engagement features

· NGOs can extend learning benefits more broadly, especially to the underserved sections of society

“The pandemic has underscored the urgent need for accessible instruments of digital learning for people from all walks of life. Infosys, for decades, has already been working to strengthen digital capabilities within our own workforce, our clients, students and the communities we engage with. Infosys Springboard is a significant investment to help deliver on our ongoing ESG commitment to bridge the digital divide as we move into the future,” said Nilanjan Roy, chief financial officer at Infosys.

“Students and educators need digital curricula and platforms that are more than just hand-me-downs from corporates to truly serve their needs. Parents and guardians, on the other hand, need the assurance that the learning prepares their wards adequately for the future. NGOs and support groups need to extend the learning and make it more inclusive across the strata of our society. Infosys Springboard creates a framework that addresses all of their pressing concerns,” said Thirumala Arohi, senior vice-president and head of education, training and assessment at Infosys.

Infosys Springboard is now available on both Play Store and App Store.

Last updated on 09 Nov 2021
09:41 AM
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