Digital learning platform to equip IT industry students

The Group of Technology Companies (GTech), the industry body for technology companies in Kerala, has launched MuLearn 2.0, an industry-enabled digital platform for peer-to-peer learning to train students with the expertise necessary in the IT industry right from their university studies. The agency also launched a teaching art competition and signed a memorandum of understanding with Kerala Digital University and Google.

Finance Minister KN Balagopal inaugurated the event and launched the new version of MuLearn (MuLearn 2.0). Sreekumar V., Secretary, GTech; VK Mathews, President, GTech; Deepu S. Nath, Manager, GTech; PK Biju, Union Member, APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University; Rajasree MS, Vice Chancellor, APJAKTU; VP Mahadevan, Vice Chancellor, University of Kerala; and Saji Gopinath, Vice Chancellor, Kerala Digital University; addressed the assembly.

The Academy and Technology Focus Group (ATFG) under GTech has formed a platform comprising leading IT companies, APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University, Kerala University, Kerala Digital University, Academy ICT and colleges across the state. The MuLearn 2.0 website will be available free to the public. Mulearn which was launched in 2021 has over 17,000 student communities on the platform.

Rewards were distributed to the three best artists on the platform. St. Joseph’s College of Engineering and Technology, Palai leads the platform, followed by Trinity College of Engineering and Kristu Jyoti College of Management and Technology.

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