The IT and computer science industries have been facing a long-standing challenge of undercooked and under-prepped candidates being hired right after graduation. Students often find it difficult to gain practical experience at engineering institutes and are more often pushed toward working for higher grades.
This leads to fresh graduates not having the necessary skills to flourish in a highly competitive environment. There is massive scope as well as a necessity for the greater overall development of students’ relevant skills, helping them get a headstart.
An in-depth audit and survey were conducted to understand the extent and scope of possibilities to fill the industry vacuum of competitive training for undergraduate students.
The Aykan team conducted exhaustive research about other similar ventures that were in play across the nation and the globe and weighed the pros and cons of each.
After completing due diligence, Aykan’s experienced teams of software developers, in tandem with web designers, came up with a simple and practical learning platform that was primed to cater to students’ hunger to learn as well as fulfill the industry’s demands.
Upon complete implementation, the client team underwent extensive training and workshop by our team of technical experts to make the transition as smooth as possible.
An online teaching and learning marketplace platform, SkillHouse allows anyone with sufficient expertise (thoroughly vetted by the SkillHouse admin) in a specific technology to build and publish training courses. Students can then book the courses of their interest and access the practical, collaborative online sessions.
Here are some of the key features of SkillHouse.
With the help of a streamlined process starting from conducting extensive research to immaculate execution, Aykan Technologies has been able to develop the inclusive learning platform, SkillHouse.
A number of nifty integrations have been hugely beneficial for students and trainers on their way toward achieving the goal of safeguarding the future of the IT and programming industry.