CAJ News Agency (Johannesburg)

14 January 2014

Nigeria: Indian, Nigerian Firm to Enhance ICT Education

Lagos — TALENTEDGE, India's premier technology training company, has unveiled plans to boost information technology education in Nigeria through a partnership with local internet company, Linkserve.

A statement by Talentedge, said the company would, through its multiple product lines, offer a bouquet of learning courses like individual learning programmes, campus learning schemes, corporate education programmes and government training projects.

It said the pact will bring to the Nigerian market, a bouquet of technology training applications that had already helped to change IT learning in India and other developing nations.

The statement also added that the agreement would also allow Linkserve to open training centres.

Talentedge said it would also work with other sub-franchisees to increase the educational knowledge base in Nigeria for a better trained workforce.

“We are extremely delighted to sign an agreement with Linkserve Group as part of our endeavour to change the landscape of education in Nigeria by introducing affordable and quality education for millions of students.

"Even though we have been operational in Nigeria as KarROX, we are now re-entering the country with a renewed vigour by partnering with a strong player in the IT Industry like Linkserve.

"We hope to replicate the high standards of education set by us in India in Nigeria,” the firm stated.

The chairman of Linkserve, Chima Onyekwere, was quoted as saying the partnership with Talentedge was in line with the company's vision to bring to the Nigerian market quality educational training matched with the innovative spirit of Linkserve.

He hailed Linkserve as a true IT pioneer in Nigeria.

Onyekwere, said Talentedge and Linkserve would help the Federal Government improve the quality of ICT education and to ensure that Nigeria benefitted from the increased advancement in the field.

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