Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella launches Project Sangam to help low skill job seekers
While network connectivity might be a significant issue, lack of unemployment pips any other issue experienced by the countrymen. Thus, at the Future Decoded event in Mumbai, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella declared the release of an initiative ‘Project Sangam’ that’ll help in skill and expertise development of individuals, while also making the work of job queries easier for them. It is currently being flagged off with Andhra Pradesh.
Under this effort, Microsoft is looking to achieve two apparently connected purposes. It is designed to offer a learning platform that will not only help the Indian population get training but also court job possibilities through their professional social network, i.e. LinkedIn. It is mainly targeted at connecting the wide expertise and employment gap in the nation.
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From LinkedIn learning, Project Sangam also offers courses. Besides the desktop interface, there is also project Sangam mobile app designed to work with slowly and metered connection, the app comes with an option to obtain training for off-line viewing. As soon as it is finished, Microsoft will upgrade their information for companies to nominee list and seek the services of the experienced employees. The applicants will also get job options according to their skills. What’s more, the app will also deliver signals via SMS information. Project Sangam will start from Andhra Pradesh.
Nadella also discussed the digital modification that Microsoft Azure Cloud has introduced for a retail store, auto, financial and start-ups.
“Project Sangam” will be an open environment where instructors can add their content to the work and people can take it right from “Sangam” and concern for jobs.