STG launches ADST with Software Project Experience 

DQW Bureau
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Software Technology Group (STG), the leading global IT organization has

introduced a new program called ‘Advanced Diploma in Software Technology (ADST).’

The special feature of the program is the addition of the unique concept--SPEX

(Software Project Experience), simulating the experience of working in a real

life environment for the students. These projects are designed to provide

hands-on experience of different situations and different technologies which

students are likely to face in a real-life workplace. To start with, the program

has been launched in Delhi, UP, Haryana, Punjab, MP, Rajasthan, Uttaranchal,

Bihar, Kolkata and parts of North East. It will later be extended to the other

parts of the country.

In addition, SPEX instills the discipline of real life programming, creates

awareness of the “do’s and don’ts “of programming practices and helps to

inculcate the habit of adherence to quality standards and documentation methods.

An important aspect of the program is the rigorous evaluation and continuous

review methodology.

This comprehensive 24 months’ part-time program is for undergraduates who

are keen to acquire professional skills alongside college education, or for

those graduates who are looking to pursue a serious career in the IT industry.

Along with the theoretical knowledge gained by students the program provides the

student that extra edge by giving them hands on experience of working on real

life projects. On successful completion of the program students will acquire an

‘Advanced Diploma in Software Technology’ from STG.

“With this program we want to create a new breed of software professionals

who are trained to be productive and are geared to handle work pressures and

tight deadlines of the real work environment. In today’s scenario when a

company needs productive people from day one, SPEX would provide students

in-depth and thorough hands on experience in most up-to-date technologies.”

said Yogesh Vaidya, CEO, Software Technology Group.

Cyber News Service