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BridgeLabz, job-skilling and employment marketplace for high-tech job seekers and employers, has, as part of the strategic alliance, will upskill more than 100 engineers from Magic EdTech.

Through its BridgeLabz Grooming Program, the IP-driven incubator serves two purposes simultaneously--equips domestic and global organisations with job-ready talent and also contributes to the employment of engineering graduates.

Speaking on the development, Narayan Mahadevan, Founder & CEO, BridgeLabz said, “Technological employability is one of the core challenges that our nation faces today. We are tackling this challenge head-on by ensuring that candidates have practical, job-relevant skills rather than vague, theoretical knowledge. Our tie-up with Magic Edtech builds along the same lines and will help us change the status quo. Our conversations with Magic Edtech have been very conducive and we are confident that the association will bring about a win-win proposition for all stakeholders involved.”

Magic EdTech COO, Sanjay Kabra said, "Magic EdTech is today bridging some of the biggest need-gaps prevailing in the education sector across the globe. We believe that the path of technology is the way to go forward as it has the potential to disrupt paradigms. However, technological skills, especially the ones that are relevant to the business model of a company need to be continually upgraded. Our partnership with Bridgelabz is aimed at resolving this challenge so that there is minimal turnaround time while onboarding talent and upskilling them. This is crucial to our success and something that makes us certified great place to work. We are confident that our partnership will generate the desired results."

BridgeLabz will continue to place and upskill 10-15 engineers at Magic EdTech every month. The average CTC of these budding engineers will be Rs 4 lakhs per annum.

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