Dear Friends,

Happy Festive Seasons to all of you.

The outbreak of current pandemic disease CORONA/COVID-19 has left us all confined to our homes and we presume that you and your family are doing well in this spirited situation.

Today’s Program discussion has got three stake holder- Students, Teachers & Campus  and we will elaborate more on this one by one.

Friends, in ancient time India was educational capital of the world.

There was Mad rush for getting education in India: Students came from China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, west Asia. For example-Fa-Hien, Xuanzang,Yijing from China etc.

Most of the civilized part  of the world wanted to get degree from  India and it was Hard to get admission in top Universities like Nalanda and Vikramshila and it’s similar like in current situation where students go to US and UK  for Oxford and Howard Universities for degree and that’s a story of Educational Heritage of ancient India.

Today, India is one among the countries that has the highest number of educational institutions in the world and consequently, the highest number of Students and teachers.


D-Link ACADEMY Next Generation for Students:

D-Link Academy delivers a comprehensive, 21st century learning experience to help students and partners develop the foundational ICT skills needed to design, build, and manage networks, along with career skills such as problem solving, collaboration, and critical thinking.

D-Link ACADEMY Next Generation for Teacher:

 D-Link Academy has also introduced Next Generation Faculty Development Program . This will help Teacher ,students & working Professional  to measure their Skill Test, Values & Qualities . This Periodic Faculty development followed by assessment will help our  community to always up to date where they can Learn, Earn & Grow through our Program.

D-Link  Next Generation for Campuses:

Our digital capabilities can help bridge today’s world with tomorrow’s. Today, every business is a digital business including yours. To help innovate and compete, we have a wide range of digital capabilities.

D-Link Academy – Rural Penetration and Global Program: 

D-Link being Telecom Sector Council Partner along with Corporate/NGO's is exploring  100Mbps Broadband among  every School and Colleges followed by 2,50, 000 Gram Panchayat through D-Link Campus Connect Program which would further accelerate the IT and Telecom success story among rural India linked with ESSCI-VLE Nation Building Program.

D-Link is a Knowledge Partner to CETTM-MTNL and set up a D-Link Global Centre of Excellence at Mumbai and exploring to collaborate with CDAC for International Training under ITEC Scheme of MEA which is fully funded by the GOI.

ITEC Program is bilateral in nature, recently, ITEC resources have also been used for cooperation programs conceived in regional and inter-regional context such as Economic Commission for Africa, Industrial Development unit of commonwealth secretariat, UNIDO, Group of 77 and G-15 and ASEAN Countries.

D-Link being Global Company is working closely to become  outreach Partner to maximize D-Link certified Networking Professional  across the globe..

D-Link is committed to contribute towards Govt Policies-  Skill India, Make In India, Stand-up India, Start-up India , Digital India to create and contribute a readiness towards “Workplace 2025” Market and Technology demands as per DPITT Initiative and make India “A Skill Full Atmanirbhar  (Self reliant )Bharat , Digital India with aiming at USD 5 Tn Indian economy by 2025.

We are working with World Economic Forum initiative for Reskilling Revolution Platform which aims to provide better jobs, skill and educate to 1 billion people by 2030. 

In order to deepen the understanding of the Technopreneurship,  Academic, Economic, Cultural, and Social issues environment of the respective institutions, D-Link Academy is having MoU with MP Govt State for setting up Global Skill Park partnering ILO/UNDP , Asian Development Bank  under guidance of E&Y.

Make In India – IT Sector

Make in India is an initiative by our PM Mr. Narendra Modi was officially launched on Sept 24, 2014. India is in hope of reaching new heights through the Make In India campaign. Make in India is a strategy that has its impact and connectivity towards various agendas. The government of India introduced couple of initiatives like Make In India others being Digital India, Skill India etc to strengthen Indian economy. One of the main aim of the campaign being the making India a global manufacturing hub. It aimed at enhancing the contribution of the manufacturing sector in the growth of Indian economy. It meant to raise the GDP. It’s another objective is to create millions of jobs in the country to make people employable. It also aimed at easing the business process and attract foreign direct investment. The Make in India showed its tremendous impact in all the spheres and will be showing in the near future. The impact of the program is quite visible on the higher education too. The program seems to be a solution to the various issues and problems of higher education.

The objective to attract the FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) will pave the way for more and more R&D in India which will raise the Research standards. As a result, technical knowledge and high qualification will now be given huge importance in placements too which will bring more seriousness in teaching -learning process. Investment in R&D shall definitely create world-class quality, which will help to achieve mastery in technological advancements and develop research-oriented curriculums. FDI will undoubtedly help the economic development of the country. It has the potential for job creation and increasing employment. New initiatives will increase the need for advanced technologies which will in a way boost up the requirement of highly qualified and technically well knowledgeable and educated talents.

-Improve Total Factor Productivity (TFP) and to abdicate the ideological slug fest in order to realize the immense potential that a high global connect provides.

-India s technological options to build manufacturing base through Transfer of Technology (TOT) as the predominant mode,  

-Policy initiatives like FDI, Industry-Academia collaboration, PPP  to support Make in India to attract FDI in manufacturing sector  (IT & ITeS-Networking Sector) to fill the gap in investment by unwilling)

We at D-Link  committed  to fulfil  our mission and vision to reach out to Mn.  across globe with D-Link Global Certification..



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