About the Bootcamp
This bootcamp for students was a short-term, intensive training program designed to help students acquire new technical skills like coding and data science. It was conducted by industry professionals and offered hands-on, project-based learning experiences.
Bootcamps for students are becoming increasingly popular as a way for students to quickly gain the skills and knowledge they need to enter the workforce or advance their careers. They are often offered by private companies or educational institutions, and they may be conducted in-person or online.
Schools and colleges need to recognise the importance of entrepreneurship and skill development and, most importantly, the inclusion of women in it. This is what e2eHiring focused on when developing the bootcamp agenda for CMRIT.
Orientation and Prerequisites
Benefits of the Bootcamp
The bootcamp helped aspiring students develop code like Pro, including the best practices and tips for developing enterprise-grade applications. There was focus on Backend, Frontend development and Data management.
Skills Bootcamp offered a blended learning model with face to face learning at the CMRIT campus.
Learners get an experience of meeting employed professionals and top management at the workplace.
It was designed to give participants the opportunity to develop their skills in the specific area and fast track into a new job or get ahead with their current employer.
Our Skills Bootcamps are co-designed with Sringboot and ReactJs to directly respond to industry skills shortages and current job and apprenticeship vacancies.
Each day the students were tasked to implement at least one screen from the shared wireframe design. We also shared the use case for Login and registration created in the Jira tool to provide them with an idea of how a project works in the industry.
As the students are from the first year it was difficult for them to understand the detailed concepts but our instructor made it easy for them to understand and implement the screens.
Coding is required for all students, learning to code and can be a valuable skill for those interested in computer science or technology careers.
Basic understanding of Data analysis helps should how to analyse and interpret data using tools such as spreadsheets and data visualisation software.
Students become aware of cybersecurity risks and how to protect their devices and personal information from online threats.
Students Response and Feedback
“This was a well planned technical skill development bootcamp and very student friendly. It was well designed and helped me align the learnings to my career goals and interests,” said Hitesh Patodia, a participant in the bootcamp.
First-time students got to know what are APIs, wireframe design, different libraries in react.
They requested to organise the next bootcamp/workshop for at least one week and start from basics they wanted to learn more about react. They said that the instructors were very helpful, instructors helped them from installation to implementation in detail.
Students were comfortable working with others in a digital environment, using tools such as shared documents, collaborative editing software, and project management platforms.
The most important technical skill for students is adaptability. Technology will evolve at a rapid pace, so students need to be prepared to learn new skills and tools throughout their academic and professional careers.
If you are interested in attending a Skills Bootcamp, you can find further information by clicking on the link below.