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Masai School in partnership with NSDC and IIT Guwahati launch Outcome-Driven Microcredit Course in CSE

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Masai School, an online software courses platform, has launched Micro-Credit Program in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) in partnership with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and IIT Guwahati. The program introduces a credit-based curriculum covering critical domains such as Programming, Mathematics for Computer Science, Data Structures and Algorithms, Databases, System Design, and OS Networking.

Talking about the partnership, Prateek Shukla, Co-Founder, CEO Masai School, says, “Our mission has always been to empower students with practical skills that directly translate to success in the tech industry. This collaboration with NSDC and IIT Guwahati exemplifies our commitment to revolutionizing technical education and preparing the next generation of tech professionals for the challenges ahead.”


Ved Mani Tiwari, CEO, NSDC and MD, NSDC International who attended the MoU signing ceremony on March 14 said, “This initiative of India’s First Outcome-Driven Microcredit Course in Computer Science Education paves the way for aspiring tech enthusiasts to embark on a transformative journey toward unparalleled career excellence.”

This collaboration stands out for its emphasis on outcome-driven education, guaranteeing internships and job assurance for students who meet specific academic and engagement criteria. The program also distinguishes itself through its rigorous admission process, comprehensive learning methodologies, and an exclusive convocation ceremony, all aimed at ensuring that students are not only educated but also well-prepared to excel in their professional endeavours.

Emphasising the partnership, Dr Gaurav Trivedi, Associate Dean, Faculty Affairs – IIT Guwahati, added, “As educators, we recognize the importance of equipping students with not just theoretical knowledge but also practical skills that prepare them for the challenges of the real world. The Micro-Credit Program represents a holistic approach to technical education, blending academic rigour with industry exposure. I am excited to be part of this initiative that promises to revolutionise how we educate and train future technology professionals.”

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