TCS Partners With India's ICSI For digital Transformation
TCS iON, a strategic unit of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organization today announced a partnership with The Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) for its digital transformation initiative. As a part of this association, TCS iON will deploy an end-to-end digital learning solution for ICSI to facilitate self-education amongst students, especially aimed for the benefit of students in remote areas who may not have easy access to ICSI’s regional chapters.
The Digital Learning Platform developed by TCS iON will enable students to remain constantly connected with ICSI and actively participate in projects and discussion forums promoted by the Institute. By leveraging the digital forces, the platform will provide students, anywhere-anytime-any device access to ICSI’s study material helping them learn at their own pace and also develop comprehensive understanding of the course subjects. To support this digital transformation, TCS iON will help migrate the ICSI’s course content for foundation, executive and professional courses into suitable digital formats.
Commenting on the partnership, Venguswamy Ramaswamy, Global Head, TCS iON said, “Technology is playing a pivotal role in driving Digital transformation in the field of education. Today’s learners need a Social First approach to learning and ICSI has taken this path for their students. This will help ICSI to cater to the changing needs of the learning community in a more relevant and adaptable manner. We look forward to the partnership with ICSI as we use our technology prowess to make institute’s rich content easily accessible to a larger section of the student community. We are also confident that the institute’s digitization efforts will go a long way in retaining its position as one of the premier educational institutions in India.”
CS (Dr.) Shyam Agarwal, ICSI President said, “ICSI has embarked on a ‘digital transformation’ journey. Newer tools are being used to disseminate ‘knowledge’ to the members and students in the form of webinars, live webcasts of programs and seminars. With the ever-changing needs of the profession, standardization of delivery has become the need of the hour. Therefore, ICSI in association with TCS iON has taken an initiative of setting up a digital learning platform for our students across the length and breadth of the country. Through this partnership we will provide an enriching experience to our students and members.”
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