Assam down Town University, one of the leading universities of Northeast India, has collaborated with world’s leading online learning platform Coursera.
With Coursera’s world-class content and credentials from the world’s top universities and companies, students can easily drive skill development with mastery learning, and track and benchmark skill proficiency against 65 million learners across the world, the varsity said in a statement.
With these global programmes the students will learn to prepare for their dream job, refresh their education & keep their competitive edge.
It will make the students become better informed on a variety of topics, access content from 200+ universities & 30+ industry partners, be part of a community of over 65 million global learners.
Ultimately in the near future, our students will be highly employable with business, technology and data skills in addition to career-readiness skills like negotiation, leadership, innovation and communication enhancement. Students will get access to all of them absolutely free as part of their curriculum.
Students can easily showcase their Certificates of Completion from internationally renowned universities from the Coursera portal, in addition to displaying them on social media.
“Coursera credentials are the second most popular on LinkedIn, where employers and employees meet. We hope to upscale the level of achievement of each and every student of ours by getting the maximum exposure from this kind of blended learning,” said the statement.
Assam down Town University, established by Down Town Charity Trust, offers unique amalgamation of professional and academic excellence.
The University has coupled the experience of top industry leaders and renowned academicians to foster among the students a worldly approach towards life and its challenges.
Being the largest educational group in Assam, the university has more than 4000 students and over 300 faculty members. Set up on an 80-acre land, spread over the hills of Panikhaiti on the outskirts of Guwahati, the infrastructure of the university is considered state-of-the-art.