All India Council for Technical Education.
Leadership in Teaching Excellence (LITE)
Industry Hiring Network
Would you like to be an early adopter to hire full-stack student developers trained in a curriculum co-developed with Freshworks?
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What is this?
How does it work?
Why is it needed?
What do we teach these students?
They are asked to refactor their code and perform version control on GitHub. Furthermore, they're also taught how to ask technical questions, and how to research for solutions to new problems on their own.
What stack will students be familiar with?
- WD201: Node.js, Express.js.
- WD301: React with TypeScript.
- WD401: Jest/RSpec, CI/CD with Github Actions, Docker, Sentry (error-monitoring)
 WD201 course was based on Ruby and Ruby on Rails until July 2022.
Tools/Stack used in WD401 is subject to change as the curriculum is in active development.
Who is this for?
How does this help my company/team?
How can we interview these students?
How long should the internship duration be?
What should be the internship stipend?
Are there any hiring charges?
An initiative supported by
Prof Anil Sahasrabudhe
Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education
Founder, Udhyam.org & ex-CTO, Flipkart
Senior Advisor, Nexus Venture Partners
Visiting scientist, BALM
Dr. Ajay Nair
Beginner to advanced courses
This programme is designed with 4 courses such that selected institutions can offer 18-20 credits “Minor Degree in Advanced Web Development” through their trained faculty to students.
Intermediate - Server-side programming with Node.js.
Advanced - Front-end development with React & TypeScript.
Getting ready for production.
Setting the Gold Standard in Software Engineering Education
Open-source contributions made for CoronaSafe Network by 14 engineering interns who completed this program has been recognised by United Nations as the 50th Digital Public Good globally.
Student developers from 12 institutions as and when they complete the course(s) successfully would be available for internship/hiring opportunities by early adopters.
Apply your own hiring standards
We do not require you to bypass your existing hiring standards when providing internships or hiring opportunities. Instead, we encourage independent evaluation to assess student performance.
What we expect from you.
In exchange for accessing this pipeline of trained talent, we expect:
To work with your organization's HR and engineering leads and align with your hiring needs.
To place your logo on the Minor Degree in Advanced Web Development Website for students to be aware of internship/hiring opportunities at your organization.
Scaling to 24M students
The AICTE LITE program aims to train 24M students over the next six years, starting from schools to create a continuous supply of highly skilled developers to the industry year after year.
Become an early adopter.
If you would like to benefit from the hiring network, we invite you to join us as an early adopter by filling in the Typeform.