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Novatr ties up with NSDC and Autodesk for cobranded certified AEC courses

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Novatr, an upskilling startup in Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry in India, has announced strategic partnerships with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) and Autodesk to offer co-branded certificates upon successful completion of courses. Novatr sees certifying over 40,000 graduates through these partnerships, aligning with both entities’ broader mission to enhance employability and contribute to socio-economic growth.

All three Novatr programs, including the updated Building Information Modeling (BIM) Professional Course for Architects, are approved by NSDC. To elevate the standards further, Novatr is diligently pursuing accreditation from global bodies, ensuring that their BIM courses meet industry benchmarks and provide learners with a recognized and valuable skill set for a strong CV. Concurrently, Autodesk, a global leader in software for AEC professionals, has partnered with Novatr to certify Novatr graduates. With Novatr as an Autodesk ATC (Authorised Training Centre), the mentors and guides can also become Autodesk Certified Instructors (ACI) at zero cost.

Harkunwar Singh, Co-founder & CEO, Novatr, says “By providing co-branded certificates from two industry giants, we are not only empowering our learners with cutting-edge skills but are also arming them with the credibility and employability required to thrive in the dynamic AEC job market. Our revamped BIM Professional Program for Architects showcases our commitment to staying ahead in the industry and empowering future leaders for India’s growth.”

Ved Mani Tiwari, CEO, NSDC & MD, NSDC International also commented on the collaboration, “ This partnership marks a significant milestone by offering industry-endorsed credentials and empowering the next generation with the digital expertise required to spearhead India’s infrastructure boom. The global construction industry faces a productivity challenge, and upskilling in digital solutions such as BIM is crucial for unlocking efficiency and competitiveness. Our goal is to narrow the skill gap, fostering a workforce that can not only excel in this dynamic landscape but also play a pivotal role in shaping the future of our cities and our economy.

 

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