The emerging technologies have swept the world of work so quickly that every company is scrambling to put up their plans in place to hire or retrain workers. Each company is creating its own hiring and assessment criteria and each potential employee is trying to figure out which certification should be acquired to get a great job. With a plethora of certifications in the market, it is hard to identify certifications that are relevant and useful for one’s career trajectory.
In order to provide some clarity, the IT-BPM industry got together and defined the common job roles in the industry. Using these descriptions, the IT-ITeS Sector Skills Council (SSC) NASSCOM created a set of government recognised certifications to match these job roles. For example, if you need to hire someone to work in an Analytics role, an Associate Analytics certification assures your potential employer that you have the skills to perform in that job. For employers, this certification means that the employee is ready to work. from Day 1
Every company has a job role that requires a skill set. Each company creates its own job descriptions and evaluation criteria. If these job descriptions and evaluation criteria match a job standard, it would create a common understanding across all companies, thereby making it easier to.
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