: To help students gain industry-ready skills, educational group Guru Nanak Institutions (GNI), today announced it has entered into a partnership with technology giant Adobe for setting up Adobe Creative Technology Academy at its campus here.
Through the integrated programme,GNI will offer an add-on specialisation along with the B.Tech degree and students will be trained on Adobe skills using two-year add-on specialisation in multi-stack UI/UX and IOT technologies.
“The programme will create industry-ready professionals with certification in AdobeUI/UX technologies,” GNI Vice Chairman G S Kohli told reporters here after signing the strategic agreement with Adobe Ireland.
It will also develop and enhance skills and knowledge of students and faculty in areas of UI/UX Design and Development, he said adding “we aim to skill about 1,000 students every year using this academy.”
“We work with students all over the world in skilling them in next generation Adobe technologies. We are happy to partner with GNI in setting up Adobe Creative Technology Academy at their campus in Hyderabad,” Adobe’s Head Education for West, South India and Sri Lanka, Supreeth Nagaraju said.
The partnership with Adobe will help GNI’s students gain cutting-edge skills that are in demand in today’s global job market and stay competitive, GNI Managing Director HS Saini said.
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