A future-ready RPA workforce is on the horizon

More than 30,000 students are set to receive an opportunity to build their Robotic Process Automation (RPA) skills, as part of Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK)-UiPath partnership program

A future-ready RPA workforce is on the horizon - CIO&Leader

More than 30,000 students are set to receive an opportunity to build their Robotic Process Automation (RPA) skills, as part of Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK)-UiPath partnership program. 50+ academic partners of TASK and train 100+ educators on RPA Design and Development are also set to benefit from this. The academic partners can also incorporate RPA as part of regular university credits or offer it as a value-add program.

A recent study with Zinnov states that Indian Billion-dollar Large Enterprises have spent USD 55-60 Million on HIA (Hyper Intelligent Automation) in 2019 alone, and this is set to reach a staggering USD 350-400 Million by 2024, at a 55% CAGR. The data from the study clearly shows that automation will be key to accelerating outcomes in the wake of COVID-19. As automation becomes a boardroom imperative, the demand for RPA skilled talent will also rise. LinkedIn’s 2020 Emerging Jobs Report for India also featured two RPA related roles among the 15 emerging job roles this year. UiPath and TASK, with this collaboration, intend to fill this skill gap and create an empowered automation talent pool.

TASK shall also be empowered to deliver educator readiness/enablement sessions for educators and students. They will also be extended a 50% discount on UiPath certified professional global certifications. UiPath and TASK will run joint bot building sessions to help key decision makers, heads of departments, teaching and non-teaching community leverage the power of a digital assistant. 


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