Who are we?
Conocim Edutech was founded by a group of experienced professionals and educational enthusiasts, who are bent on an even playing field for graduates all over the nation. Seasoned individuals who are working for advanced companies in Australia, USA and Germany have come together to share the technical knowledge and industrial experience with the students in India. We provide the students an adaptive learning and training platform that tracks the changes in technology. Our philosphy is to provide the students with an immersive and hands on experience towards a particular technology which levels upto international standards
Why we exist?
These are extraordinary times in which technology has grown exponentially, without any warning. For instance, there are approximately six new programming languages released every year for various platforms and have wide range of applications. Companies who invent these languages constantly optimize them and add new features. To be in constant sync with these changes is arduous and even long-serving professionals fall short. On the contrary, educational systems typically update their curriculum approximately every four years. It is quite evident that the syllabus always falls behind to the current technological advancements.Also, companies tend to search for people who are in sync with the recent changes. Here lies the incumbent problem, how can a technologically lagging educational system support the rapidly growing industry An average graduate will have a skill set which is limited to a basic theoretical level understanding of a certain technological trait. For a fresh graduate the job interview questions will always be asked from a higher technological stand point. In this era for survival, companies hire people according to their requirements and not on basis of the candidateâ€™s knowledge level. The educational system itself is not able to provide any exposure to the current progression in technology and the students end up frustrated at the end of their graduation. Simply put, the pile of industry expectation is bigger than then the pile of education.