With the introduction of L&T EduTech, Larsen & Toubro has entered the virtual learning industry
L&T EduTech plans to offer three verticals: College Connect, Professional & Vocational Skilling, and Assessment & Certification. Faculty would be selected from industry, academia, and L&T, according to the company. With the introduction of upGrad competitor Hero Vired in April of this year, Hero Group likewise joined the edtech bandwagon. According to the company, Sabyasachi Das will oversee the initiative, which will deliver an industry-led, application-based, comprehensive learning platform for students and aspiring professionals that is strongly founded in technology and spans all engineering and critical technology verticals.
According to the business, Das will lead the initiative, which will deliver an industry-led, application-based, powerful learning platform for students and aspiring professionals that is deeply founded in technology and spans all engineering and critical technology verticals. “It’s a wonderful opportunity to join such a large and well-known company as L&T and to be handed the keys to manage a new endeavour that strives to skill India’s youth and improve their employability,” Das said.
“The L&T EduTech platform has been in development for the past 18 months, and we are now ready to launch our service with a vast collection of curated, rich, application-oriented content.” Our new firm, with the kind of in-depth knowledge and broad experience that L&T possesses, allows both students and professionals to learn from the experts,” he added. College Connect, Professional and Vocational Skilling, and Assessment and Certification processes are among the three verticals that L&T EduTech promises to offer. Professional Skilling will encourage prospective professionals to accelerate their careers in their respective industries, according to the business, while College Connect will focus on offering students with hands-on, application-based learning. Vocational Skilling refers to skill certification programmes recommended by industry professionals in order to increase employability.
According to the organisation, the professors would be drawn from industry, academia, and L&T to share their experience and knowledge through hybrid learning and skill training platforms.