Mediatek’s Second Smartphone Design Training Programme: Mediatek, a smartphone processor manufacturing company has collaborated with Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). The programme was announced on December 6th by the company. The programme’s main aim is to build closer partnerships with domestic companies to create new, India-designed products.
“Since opening our Noida office in 2004, we have seen expansive growth in India’s mobile market sparked by incredible talent emerging in the engineering and design fields,” Grant Kuo, Managing Director of MediaTek India, said in a statement. The company is introducing three new specialised training modules in 2018 for radio frequency (RF), multimedia and system, respectively.
Mediatek’s Second Smartphone Design Training Programme Collaborated with MeitY:
“We aim to provide a greater depth of specialisation and customisation to prepare India’s next generation of design engineers,” Kuo added. The programme prepares design engineers and talented individuals in the mobile industry with tools, insights and expertise. “The impact of this crucial programme will surely continue to be felt across our nation in its second year,” Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary, (MeitY) said in a statement.
The training programme will kick off on 19 January and end on 2 February. This is the second training programme. During the first one, About 50 professionals, with at least five years of experience in Research and Development (R&D) in electronics, were be selected from key handset makers across the country to take part in the training program.
MediaTek opened its India office in Noida in 2004. In 2014, the company invested US$350 million to expand its business and establish an R&D facility in Bengaluru. MediaTek employs 500 people in India now, and is expected to triple the number to 1,500 in three years. The company also actively invests in India’s innovation ecosystem.
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