Edsanta Education partners with NTTF to offer AI powered E-learning platform to upskill youth
Edtech startup Edsanta Education has partnered with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF), to offer an AI powered E-learning platform for NTTF's students.
The new digital NTTF platform powered by 'ELITE' by Edsanta will incorporate NTTF's curriculum and empower students to identify their career paths, skill gaps and overcome them with highly relevant learning content.
To offer a much more cohesive learning experience for the students, NTTF has launched Digital NTTF, a tech-inspired simulated digital service that aims to upskill the youth and create a clear career path for them. The new digital platform will be available in over 60 locations of NTTF, accessible by 600 faculty and 55,000 students across seven diploma programmes that are a part of NTTF's curriculum.
Commenting on the partnership, Rohan Krishna, CEO and Co-founder, Edsanta Education, said, "Learning must go on! - is no longer a slogan or an option but a reality - a necessity. The world is discussing the indispensable requirement in today's competitive, fast-paced, technology-driven society to either reskill or upskill. Many reports point towards today's graduates changing jobs up to 10 or even more times during their lifetime. It is regarded that half of the graduates that employers are looking at don't have the right skills. At Edsanta, our aim is to empower students for a successful career. Our AI powered platform ELITE is customizable as per each student's requirement. Every student has an independent learning style, and technology must bridge this efficiently. Digital NTTF is about making content available online and offer a personalised learning journey and guidance for every student and faculty."
Ammin Rajqotwala, Chairman, Edsanta Education, added, "NTTF has been one of the most sought-after vocational training institutions in India. With the Digital NTTF launch, we look forward to a transformational shift to cooperative & collaborative learning. Digital learning is often viewed as the habitat of young, digital native institutions, and with the Digital NTTF initiative, the 60-year-old institution plans to empower its global ecosystem further."
Commenting on the partnership, Dr. N Reguraj, Managing Director at NTTF, said "NTTF was started with an aim to make a difference to thousands of youths and working professionals through vocational training that is delivered in close collaboration with the industry. We want to take it a step further by offering a seamless digital platform that helps them learn, skill and reskill."
Adding to the above, B V Sudharshan, Deputy Managing Director at NTTF, said, "NTTF has always been ahead of time and quick in finding ways to address new challenges. Digital NTTF is the new 'avatar' for NTTF which will help our students to learn effectively. It is critical to nourish students and help them upskill by taking the right approach from the beginning and equipping them with the best learning and upskilling technology."