Friday, April 17, 2009

University launched by HP in India

HP Software University launched

Bangalore (PTI): IT major Hewlett Packard on Thursday said it has launched a new training programme in association with Indian Institute of Hardware Technology (IIHT) to meet the growing demand for software professionals in the country.

The company said the 'HP Software University'(HPSU) is the first of its kind programme in the non-enterprise training space, aimed at addressing the growing demand for software testing professionals in India.
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The programme would offer students accredited training on HP Software and a curriculum path surrounding testing software from HP like Quick Test professional and LoadRunner. Certified professionals would gain access to special HP Software online resources, providing the latest in software news, product information, job openings and more.

The programme would be initially launched in Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Noida, Chennai and Bangalore. IIHT Chief Executive Officer Keshava Raju said, "With this programme, our graduates will be equipped with unique skills that will benefit and make them more marketable."

HP Software University is aimed at providing students a competitive edge in the software testing industry, said HP India Managing Director Neelam Dhawan.

The software testing market in India is expected to grow at rate of 56 per cent to 13 billion by 2010.

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