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Android Army: Google To Train 2 Million Mobile Developers In India

Google aims to train about 2 million mobile developers in India on its Android program over the next 3 years to cash in on the high-quality talent pool in the country.  The company adding words in a statement said that The Android Skilling program will be introduced for free across hundreds of public and private universities and training schools through a specially designed, in-person program this year. The program would also be available through the government’s National Skills Development Corporation of India. Google Vice President Product Management Caesar Sengupta said that –

The main aim is to help make India the global leader in mobile app development and We are launching a specially-designed instructor-led training programme on Android Fundamentals. This will be made available across public and private universities and training institutes of the National Skill Development Corporation of India (NSDC).


Peter Lubbers, head of developer training at Google said that “We are hoping to get in about 2,000 different universities, training about 4,000 faculty to reach in excess of 250,000 students in these universities every year.” Google has also launched a job-oriented Associate Android Developer Certification, a performance-based exam that will help successful candidates get entry-level Android developer jobs. After training, the stipulated candidates can log on to the Google Developer training website and take the certification exam for Rs 6,500.

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