Simplilearn hosts its 5th convocation with Purdue University for over 629 learners

Bengaluru : Simplilearn, the world’s #1 online boot camp for digital economy skills training, hosted its 5th convocation with Purdue University to felicitate over 629 learners for successfully completing their graduation. Gracing the event with their presence were Prof. Sorin Matei, Associate Dean of Research, Purdue University College of Liberal Arts; Jillian M. Henry, Vice President of Engagement, Purdue for Life Foundation; and Mr. Anand Narayanan, Chief Product Officer, Simplilearn.  

The convocation ceremony was held to felicitate the meritorious students on their accomplishments. It was a joint celebration by Purdue University and Simplilearn of the successful completion of the various post graduate programs of learners in the following categories: PG in Data Science, PG in AIML, PG in Data Analytics, PG in Data Engineering, PG in Digital Marketing, PG in Data Transformation and PG in Business Analytics. The convocation ceremony was filled with enthusiastic students who were full of energy and excitement.

Speaking at the convocation ceremony, Mr. Anand Narayanan, Chief Product Officer, Simplilearn, said, “My heartiest congratulations to all the students on the successful completion of their program. The last two years have amplified the need and importance for everyone to upskill themselves, irrespective of one’s profession or designation. The Simplilearn-Purdue University partnership recognizes the need to constantly upskill and stay up-to-date with digital economy skills as a complement to a world-class university education. In this regard, Simplilearn and Purdue have always been at the forefront of upskilling students with industry-relevant programs, making them job-ready from day one. We are delighted to have upskilled 629 students with the most relevant new-age skills, and we look forward to seeing them shine in their respective careers.” 

Congratulating the graduates, Jillian M. Henry, Vice President of Engagement, Purdue for Life Foundation mentioned, “First and foremost, congratulations to each of you who have completed this program. We see that this is a very rigorous training and I applaud all of your dedication. I also want to welcome you to the Purdue family, this group which is about 575,000 alumni living worldwide. We want you to continue to be involved with Purdue and that’s why we have your Purdue Alumni Association Membership that starts upon your graduation. A big thanks to Simplilearn as they understand and know the value of this Purdue family and this network.  We want you to know that we have carved out a place for you here because your hard work has gotten you to this place and we want to help see you continue that engagement with us. So again, many congratulations on your work.” 

Prof. Sorin Matei, Purdue Faculty, said,“I am delighted to witness the emergence of the next cohort of the digital economy global leaders. Simplilearn’s engaging learning methods enable mature and beginning learners alike to adapt to and overcome the challenges created by a world in continuous movement, socially and technologically. The key to growth is curiosity, adaptability, and reflection on past experiences. Simplilearn is the most appropriate place to cultivate these values and practices, and I am convinced that Simplilearn’s innovative learning approaches helped all learners benefit from it equally. Happy exploring!”

Vikas Chellaboina, part of the Post Graduate Program in AI and Machine Learning shared, “Taking online classes in Simplilearn at Purdue University has been a major benefit to me. As I worked toward completing my Post Graduation Programme, I have been able to take advantage of several online classes, which has allowed me to be home for my family and work on my office work when I have time. The courses are well laid out, and the instructors are supportive and responsible in returning messages to the community. Thanks, Simplilearn, for allowing me to have a flexible schedule while finishing my program.”

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