Jaro Education collaborates with IIT Palakkad to offer techno-functional programmes

This programme will teach the students how to analyse network traffic and network and system logs

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Tuesday, April 19, 2022, 01:06 PM IST
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This programme will teach the students how to analyse network traffic and network and system logs using security information and event monitoring systems. /Jaro Education CEO Ranjita Raman | Jaro Education

Jaro Education announced it has recently empanelled with one of the third generation IITs in India, the Indian Institute of Technology Palakkad, to present premier online techno-functional programmes, meeting the rising needs of techno managers to boom in their IT careers.

A recent report states, “The global information technology market is poised to grow $13,818.98 billion in 2026 at a CAGR of 10.3 percent.” Growing technological advancement is entitled to scale IT services across the world during the forecast period.

Jaro Education aims to address this increasing demand by providing PG Certification Programmes in Cloud Computing and Cyber Security. Moreover, professionals will receive a prestigious Alumni status and PG Certification – they can upskill seamlessly using Live Online classes through synchronous and asynchronous learning modes, it said in a press statement.

This course is intended for all students who want to participate in the technology shift and understand its implications. They will delve into "Big Data" programming patterns such as Map-Reduce, Continuous Dataflow, and NoSQL storage systems to build Cloud applications.

The Cyber Security course is timely due to ever-increasing cyber threats to businesses and government bodies. It is never enough to eradicate the threats only with firewalls and intrusion protection systems. Individuals must be equipped with information security skills to monitor and understand different threat prevention schemes.

This programme will teach the students how to analyse network traffic and network and system logs using security information and event monitoring systems. The course will also give students hands-on practices on malware analysis using sandboxes for static and dynamic analysis, the company said.

Jaro Education's CEO, Ms. Ranjita Raman said, "We're excited to work with IIT Palakkad, one of the most reputed engineering institutes in the country. We continue to provide high-quality programmes for working professionals to build new-age skills and evolve in a paradigm of the connected world."

Dr Satyajit Das, Assistant Professor, Data Science, the spokesperson for IIT Palakkad said, “IIT Palakkad is pleased to launch a new-age cloud computing course and cyber security course to help escalate professionals into innovative technology leaders in partnership with Jaro Education. We synchronize professionals with essential techniques and tools to pave their careers in the digital age.”

Recently, Jaro Education had announced an allocation of Rs 150 million for their second round of ESOPs and Rs 1,000 million as their marketing budget for acquiring learners worldwide, enhancing corporate offerings, program portfolio expansion, and brand awareness activities.

Eligible candidates can apply on:

PG Certificate Programme in Cloud Computing - IIT Palakkad

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