Top platforms helping graduates ace their soft skills and become job ready

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Online learning platforms are playing a significant role in helping graduates ace their soft skills and become job-ready. The need for soft skills development and job readiness is a widespread challenge not only in India but also in many other countries. Traditionally, academic education often focuses heavily on theoretical knowledge, and there’s a growing recognition of the importance of equipping graduates with practical skills and soft skills to excel in the professional world.

To address this issue, there are several online learning platforms and initiatives that cater to the needs of Indian graduates and job seekers. These platforms offer unique courses and programs specifically designed to develop essential soft skills and bridge the gap between academia and industry requirements.

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Below are the platforms  contributing to graduates’ skill development and employability:

  1. Internshala – Founded in 2010, Internshala is a career-tech platform helping college students to skill themselves and gain practical experience with internship opportunities and trainings. The platform provides students with access to online trainings and their first real-world experience through internships, thus preparing them to launch their careers. India’s no.1 internship and training platform offering paid internships in engineering, management, media, law, arts, design, and other streams. In addition to in-demand skill trainings in various fields, Internshala Trainings also offers 5 career development courses including Business Communication Skills, Internship & Job Preparation, How to Ace Coding Interviews, Interview Preparation, and Quantitative Aptitude which truly cater to the dynamic demands of the professional world.
  2. LinkedIn Learning – LinkedIn Learning offers a wide range of courses and tutorials on soft skills like communication, leadership, time management, and emotional intelligence. It also provides badges and certifications that can be showcased on a user’s LinkedIn profile.
  3. Udemy: Udemy is an educational website that allows users to create personalised courses in IT and technology, design, business, marketing, photography, and other fields. Though not all of its courses are entirely free, there are over 5,000 online video courses to assist you to learn everything from Bitcoin trading to using online video and Android development – simply put ‘free’ into the search bar on the main page to access the free online courses for upskilling. 
  4. Udacity: Udacity is a skills-based platform for professionals, offering Nanodegree programs and industry-specific credentials, aimed at making you job-ready. They offer courses in Machine learning, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Web Development, Digital Marketing and Business Analysis among others.

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