Infosys and Harvard Team Up – Free Digital Courses For Indian Students

15 June 2022, New Delhi – Infosys and Harvard Business Publishing have announced a joint project to provide free digital courses to Indian students. On June 14, 2022, Indian IT behemoth Infosys collaborated with Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) to provide free digital and life-related skills courses to students via the education platform ‘Infosys Springboard’. According to a joint media statement issued by Infosys and Harvard Business Publishing, the courses will aim to reach and teach young Indian students in the country’s tier-II and tier-III cities.

As the most important aspect of this joint project, Infosys education platform – Springboard – will now offer Harvard Business Publishing videos, articles, podcasts, and other courses on change and project management.

This article will inform students about the types of courses that will be hosted by Infosys Springboard in collaboration with Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) and a speculative list of tier-II and tier-III cities that this project aims to reach. This is part of Infosys’ ongoing efforts to equip 10 million students with digital skills by 2025, a goal central to Infosys’ ESG Vision 2030.

Infosys and HBP’s Joint Project General Overview

Organisations Infosys and Harvard Business Publishing
Aim of the Project To equip 10 million people with digital skills by 2025
Target Group Young students of tier-II and tier-III Indian cities
Types of Courses Digital, Life, and Management courses
Fees Free of cost
Mode Online – Infosys Springboard Education Platform

What are the Types of Courses Infosys and HBP are Providing?

Harvard Manage Mentor Courses

  • Project Management
  • Change Management
  • Innovation Management
  • Creativity Management

Digital Skills Courses

  • Machine learning
  • Robotics

Life Skills Courses

  • Communication
  • Time Management
  • Career Management

List of Tier-II Indian Cities Infosys and HBP’s Joint Project Aims to Cover

  1. Agra
  2. Aligarh
  3. Ajmer
  4. Asansol
  5. Amritsar
  6. Amravati
  7. Aurangabad
  8. Bareilly
  9. Belgaum

List of Tier-III Indian Cities Infosys and HBP’s Joint Project Aims to Cover

  1. Baroda
  2. Trichy
  3. Nashik
  4. Madurai

FAQs

Which Indian cities will benefit from this project?

This joint project will target young Indian students from tier-II and tier-III cities.

What type of courses will be provided?

Infosys and Harvard Business Publishing's joint initiative will provide digital, life, and management skills courses.

What is the fee structure for these courses?

These courses will be provided free of charge via the Infosys education platform - Springboard.

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