Engineering start-up Skill-Lync has unveiled exclusive access to premium Electric Vehicle Design courses for engineers.
With battery prices reportedly falling 73% since 2010, electric vehicles are expected to be as cheap as fuel vehicles in the foreseeable future.
Students who enroll will have access to comprehensive technical videos and lectures with 3D models especially curated by Skill-Lync’s industry experts.
The Electric vehicle industry is expected to be the third-largest in the world by 2030. With significant growth comes a high demand for a skilled talent pool.
With this, Skill-Lync aims to revolutionize engineering education and upskill the talent pool to contribute to the Electric Vehicle (EV) industry to meet those requirements.
SuryaNarayanan PaneerSelvam, Co-Founder of Skill-Lync said “We develop our coursework in partnership with industry experts, wherein the courses have training videos with the aid of industry-oriented software tools. In the next 5 years, the EV sector will open up more than 750,000 lakh job opportunities and over 50 million jobs in the Automotive industry by 2030. This is because the EV market is expected to grow up to $823.75 billion within the next 10 years.”
EdTech startup Skill-Lync has helped over 1100+ engineers to get their dream jobs, and they have been placed in top companies like Cyient, Tata Elxsi, and Ola Electric.
Skill-Lync has established itself as a credible partner for organizations looking at building an upskilled talent pool. Students from more than 80 countries have enrolled on Skill-Lync, including geographies such as the U.S., UK, UAE, Germany, Australia, and Canada among others with more than 350 corporate partnerships such as Cyient, Renault-Nissan Technology Business Center India (RNTBCI), TATA Elxsi, Expleo, Verolt, Segula Technologies to provide job offers to engineer student after the completing the course.
Multiple industries had a significant impact during Covid19. This is when Skill-Lync started to understand the program during the lockdown period and prepared itself to allow students to get prepared for the post-lockdown era.
It was the first curriculum in India that focused on electric vehicles that offered an industry-oriented experience to the students following a balanced approach with in-depth theoretical and on-hand practical knowledge.
Additionally, the platform had also built an in-house Electric Vehicle to help its students gain insights into the future of the automotive industry allowing them to gain first-hand experience in building EV and EV prototypes independently.