Softwarica College celebrates 10 years in Nepal

KATHMANDU: Softwarica College of IT and E-Commerce celebrates its 10 successful years of providing international standard IT education in the country as well as a platform for e-commerce entrepreneurs.

With almost all graduates employed in the technology sector with rewarding careers in national and international technology-based companies, Softwarica strives to move forward to the next milestone by introducing innovative technical courses not readily available in Nepal.

Softwarica team partner college, Sunway International Business School is also in process of offering a bachelor degree in data science and digital marketing which is also a first of kind for Nepal market.

Meanwhile, the team has already started IT education course for school level students from its another establishment “Digi School Global”, also putting an effort into school level IT education in cooperation with UK awarding body.

The college is offering Cisco Certified course, certified ethical hacking course, IBM courses, Fortenite academy among other IT related courses. The college is also in the process to introduce a Bachelor degree in Artificial Intelligence and a Master degree in Data Science.

“The current pandemic situation has highlighted the need for technology integration in almost all domains of our work and family life. Even government services should provide technology-based services. In this scenario, the government needs to promote technical human resources in the country,” said in press statement.

Bigyan Shrestha, Chairman, and CEO of Softwarica College stressed upon the need for the government to encourage and uplift technical institutions like Softwarica College to introduce specialized technical courses that are directly relevant and fulfill the need of the country for highly skilled technical human resources.

“Just a few years back I realized there is a need for human resources in the country that can work on ‘Cyber-Security’. After that Softwarica introduced a highly specialized degree on ‘Ethical Hacking and Cybersecurity’ the first of its kind in Nepal,” he said, “After a year from now, our specialized graduates will be working for the public for cyber security.” It has been one and Kathmandu can be another ‘Silicon Valley’ of South Asia if the government, education institutions like Softwarica, and technology-based companies in Nepal work in tandem, said Shrestha.

Fiscal Nepal |
Thursday September 3, 2020, 01:14:07 PM |


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