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UiPath looks to equip 5 lakh Indian professionals with automation skills by 2027


US-headquartered enterprise automation software company UiPath is aiming to equip 5 lakh Indians with artificial intelligence (AI) and automation skills by 2027, according to a company statement.


The company on Thursday announced, at the 2024 UiPath Academic Summit held in Bengaluru, a slew of initiatives to increase upskilling opportunities for Indians.

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These programmes aim to ensure access and opportunity for Indians to take on new roles in the era of AI and automation, it said.
UiPath is expanding its partnership with FutureSkills Prime, a joint initiative of industry body Nasscom and the electronics and IT ministry, and plans to introduce two new learning plans for business analysts and test automation professionals. The new course maps aim to meet the increasing demand for skilled automation professionals in India and create equitable and accessible pathways for individuals to take up emerging jobs, the company said.

To ensure further democratisation of digital upskilling opportunities, the company will provide 100 scholarships every year over the next three years for economically disadvantaged individuals to pursue UiPath certifications. It is also working with its ecosystem to implement automatic interview opportunities for individuals graduating from UiPath Academic Alliance partner institutions.

Both internships and full-time roles will be available on this platform, enabling anyone with UiPath certifications to gain access to entry-level jobs within the UiPath ecosystem.

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The firm is also set to launch 50 automation skills labs in various colleges in India, expanding opportunities for students to advance their automation skills and expertise. These dedicated facilities, which will be operational by the second half of 2024, will focus on skills development, innovation and research.“The advent of AI and automation opens India’s economy and population to vast new opportunities, and this must be supported with a dedicated commitment to elevating the skills and expertise available in the market. UiPath recognises the value and urgency in ensuring equitable access to skills training and development, and these new initiatives by the UiPath Academic Alliance underscore our commitment to this cause,” said Arun Balasubramanian, managing director – India and South Asia, UiPath.

Kirti Seth, CEO, Sector Skills Council Nasscom, said the collaboration with UiPath is an important step to realise the vision of the Skill India Mission.

“Automation fuelled by AI is transforming businesses and to leverage the growing opportunities, Sector Skills Council Nasscom is adapting education to meet industry demands with a focus on practical career development. UiPath’s efforts to skill half-a-million learners in India through the introduction of specialised learning plans for in-demand jobs, for 1.7 million learners on the FutureSkills Prime platform will significantly contribute to a skilled workforce that’s ready to make Inevitable India a reality,” she said.



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