10Pearls University launches e-learning portal with dozens of tech courses

Published March 24, 2021
10Pearls University has launched an e-learning portal with more than 100 courses related to technology and management. — Photo courtesy 10Pearls University
10Pearls University has launched an e-learning portal with more than 100 courses related to technology and management. — Photo courtesy 10Pearls University

10Pearls University, which organises professional development programmes and trainings, has launched an e-learning portal with more than 100 courses related to technology and management, it said in a statement.

The portal, which has been launched to facilitate learning and skill development for both students and professionals, will have more than 100 courses and trainings and will host more than 60 webinars in the first phase.

Courses in the technology category will include subjects such as artificial intelligence (AI), databases, programming languages, testing to cloud computing and computer vision. Courses in the management category will be related to leadership skills, agile mindset, time management, self-motivation and conflict resolution.

The portal "aims to help individuals stay [informed about] the rapidly-evolving tech industry, and empower them with skills, tools and knowledge to excel in their careers", the statement said.

The courses could either be led by an instructor or be self-paced. "All sessions follow an iterative learning path, giving the user an end-to-end view of a specific area and ensuring that they build a comprehensive skill set," according to 10Pearls University.

"All sessions are conducted by skilled and experienced trainers, passionate about imparting knowledge," it added.

The portal is currently at the beta stage and will subsequently roll out different courses, modules and features.

The managing director of the 10Pearls company, Zeeshan Aftab, said the organisation has "always been a trailblazer in advanced and continuous learning". He added that this e-learning portal would address the "evolving needs of students and professionals in today's world, and will upskill and empower our tech resources, and bring them at par with the global tech landscape".

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