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At Great Learning, we believe, successful career transitions happen if the learners implement their learnings and exposure that they get through regular mentorship. And that’s what makes our PG Program in Cloud Computing (PGP-CC) the most comprehensive cloud computing program in India. It is also the reason why Srikanteshwar Kapinipathy, a former learner of PGP-CC, enrolled for our program. He particularly loved the learning material and mentorship sessions. Keep on reading as Srikanteshwar Kapinipathy is here to spill the beans on his learning journey. 

Please tell us about your role and experience.

Presently, I am working as a Business Development Manager for Cyient Limited. I have around 16 years of experience in both the IT and Engineering service industry.

Why did you choose Great Learning for Cloud computing?

I chose Great Learning for a better understanding of cloud computing. My focus was to not only work on just one service provider but with at least three. That’s what Great Learning’s PG Program in Cloud Computing offers.

What do you have to say about the program structure? What did you love most about the program?

The programme is well structured, and the entire content and training material was excellent. With assignments, you get a better understanding of cloud computing concepts. 

Can you tell us about your Capstone project?

I am presently working on a project related to social responsibility. And, I am not doing it for the sake of a certificate. In the future, I want to sell this platform to a company. 

How was your overall experience with us at GL?

It was a good experience. The best part of the program was the training material and the lectures from Nirmallya Mukherjee.

You too can secure a career in cloud computing by applying now for the PG Program in Cloud Computing. In case you need further assistance with regards to the program, you can comment below or call at 080 47188439 / +1 512 645 1416.

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