In the competitive world that we reside in today, a graduate degree no longer holds the same value as it did about ten to fifteen years ago. Employers today look for advanced qualifications, certifications, and skills for high-profile jobs. In association with Jain (Deemed-to-be-University), we at IIHT, are constantly working to make employability accessible to everyone. Our Post Graduate Programs are designed to encourage students to practice and cascade into a way of thinking and learning IT that meets the ever-changing expectations and trends of the IT ecosystem. With an array of learning interventions, placement assistance, and an outcome-driven curriculum, these PG Programs cater to learners who aspire to occupy lucrative IT job roles.
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IIHT’s PGP courses are designed for learners who may not be able to dedicate themselves to the conventional course structure load or structure amidst pursuing their degree/job. preferring instead to engage in flexible learning where they can learn any time at their convenience. The learning model itself, when coupled with our meticulously curated course content, labs, and assessments, instil a sense of ownership of learning, enabling learners to become more self-driven and ensure that their learning is always outcome-oriented. Learners will be encouraged to now track and improve on their achievements, allowing learning to become more learner-centric.
Live Virtual Classes
Learners can also enroll in PGP Courses for live-classes online, in-real time. IIHT’s virtual classroom is a digital replica of a traditional classroom or training room. The instructors teach, and the participants learn in real-time, face-to-face but via internet-enabled technology devices. The classroom or the meeting room staple – whiteboard – remains intact. IIHT’s Live Virtual Classes offers participants the same instructors, training systems, course materials, personal support, and face-to-face engagement with instructors and other participants that they would expect to find in a conventional classroom.