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  • NIIT to subsidise scholarship fees
  • Mrs Onyedikachi Aruma, Head, Kaduna Centre of
    NIIT says the organisation will subsidise its
    scholarship fees to expand Information
    Technology opportunities to all Nigerians.
    Aruma told the Newsmen in Kaduna on Monday
    that NIIT’s 18th National Scholarship Scheme
    for Nigerians who were interested in IT skills had
    begun.
    She said that the NIIT partial scholarship was an
    annual event and open to all interested persons
    in its Kaduna and Abuja centres.
    According to her, to enjoy the partial
    scholarship, candidates will write an
    examination scheduled for July 15.
    “The scheme is performance based. What you
    score in the examination would determine the
    discount you get as fees. What this means is
    that, the higher your scores the higher your
    discount,’’ she said.
    Aruma said candidates had the liberty to choose
    from different IT programmes such as Oracle,
    Software Engineering, Network Engineering, Java
    and Web Development, among others.
    She said that the training would last from four
    months to two years, depending on the
    progranme, noting that registration for the
    scholarship examination was ongoing, but
    would closed on July 13.
    “Registrations forms are available in our Kaduna
    and Abuja centres for free or you can register
    online at www.niit.com/nigeria.
    “Our main goal is to give back to our host
    community, particularly as ICT is currently the
    driver of global economy,’’ she explained.
    NIIT Ltd.is an Indian Multinational company that
    offers learning management and training delivery
    solutions to corporations, institutions and
    individuals.
    It claims that since its establishment in Nigeria
    in 1999 with offices in Abuja and Kaduna, it has
    trained more than 16,000 students annually and
    shaped the career of 160,000 students in the
    past 16 years.

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