IIHT to offer all Novell authorized courses

By : |October 11, 2004 0



NEW DELHI: Onward Novell Software (I) Pvt Ltd, a JV company between Novell Inc and Onward Technologies, has announced its tie up with IIHT, an IT training organization, to offer its training courses at 50 different centers across India.




As per the agreement signed, IIHT would be offering all Novell authorized courses including Certified Novell Engineer (CNE), Certified Novell Administrator (CNA), SUSE Certified Linux Professional (SCLP) and Certified Linux Engineer (CLE) to IT professionals and aspirants.




“As networks become central to every computing endeavor, the IT certification of network professionals becomes important than ever. Today the certification programs first developed by Novell have evolved into indispensable credentials leading to lucrative careers for professionals.


The Goal of our Novell Education Business Unit is build an infrastructure of Novell Qualified professionals who have the skills to effectively support the organizations they serve,” said Onward Novell Indian subcontinent country manager Munesh Jalota.




“Last month Onward Novell launched 2 Linux course offerings i.e. Novell certified Linux Engineer (NCLE) and SUSE Linux Certified Professional (SCLP) in Indian market place. These courses are aimed at imparting skills on SUSE offerings and deploying networking services on Linux platform,” he added.




“Need for trained networking professionals is growing rapidly as Indian organizations expand their network. Our association with Novell will help us in playing a significant role in meeting this demand,” said IIHT professional services Sr. VP Davuluri P.




“Today most of the Indian organizations have already deployed Linux or have plans to deploy in near future. Novell’s acquisition of SUSE provides us an additional opportunity for creating trained Linux professionals in the country,” he added.






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