MAIN TOOLS & LANGUAGES THAT YOU WILL LEARN TO BECOME A TOP BLOCKCHAIN PRO

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Batch Starts:

Batch 1 - 30th July 2018

Batch 2 - 30th Oct. 2018

Batch 3 - 09th Jan 2019

Duration:

8 Months

Preparatory Session:

15 days to prepare yourself prior to start of program

Effort:

7-10 Hours per week

(recommended)

Certification:

Post Graduate Program in Blockchain Technology & Management (PGP-BTM) awarded by Amity University

Fees:

Rs. 125000/- (All Inclusive)

Options Available – One Time Payment, No Cost EMI

PROGRAM FORMAT:

Online + Optional Weekend Campus Classes
Hackathons, Closed the door workshops
Webinars and Faculty Doubts sessions

UNIQUE FEATURES:

  • 1-1 Mentoring
  • Gain in-depth subject knowledge and expert insights from industry-driven comprehensive curriculum.
  • 24/7 access to study material & video lectures
  • Faculties having total 80+ years of Experience, CXOs, IIMB, Ex-Apple, Microsoft
  • Live interactions with Blockchain experts and Corporate leaders
  • Hands-on experience to solve corporate level Blockchain issues with our industry partner Auxledger
  • Career guidance and support through leading recruitment partners
  • Get Alumni Status from Amity University

About Us

    • Asia’s No. 1 online education platform
    • Ruling in the area of online education for more than two decades
    • Only internationally accredited online university with over 200,000 international students across 135 countries
    • Most preferred online degree by employers and recruiters across the globe
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Program Overview

Amity University’s Post Graduate Program in Blockchain Technology & Management (PGP-BTM) is designed to -

  • Develop a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of Blockchain Technology.
  • Create blockchain strategies and solutions across different functional domains.
  • Provide exposure to the top platforms and languages to foster innovation within their industry.
  • Online Live lectures, Recorded lectures, Periodic contact sessions and Meetups in major cities delivered by world-class Technology and Functional Experts from leading companies.

  • Get the best learning experience with flexibility to allow you to study at your own pace.

  • Interact with Industry Leaders and work on real-life challenges to shorten the learning curve at your workplace.

Program Structure & Format

Candidates can complete the 8-months course of study through:-
  • Unlimited access to recorded video lectures and reading material from faculties with real-world expertise;
  • Weekend classroom sessions with industry mentors and leading Blockchain professionals to enhance learning;
  • Online coursework that includes case studies, mini-projects and assignments;
  • Instructor-led practice sessions to learn popular platforms and languages covered in the program.
Our Campuses for Contact Classes
  • Amity Bangalore, Kormangala

  • Amity Chennai, Gopalapuram

  • Amity Hyderabad, Punjagutta

  • Amity Mumbai, Malad & Kurla

  • Amity Pune, Senapati Bapat Road

  • Amity Noida, Sector 125

  • Amity Dubai, UAE

  • Amity Singapore, 3 Kay Siang Road

If the contact classes are not available in your city, don’t worry. You will be provided access to the recorded lectures of contact sessions of another nearby city.

Eligibility & Selection

    • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in any discipline with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks is compulsory.
    • Minimum of two years full-time work experience after graduation or post-graduation is required.
    • For meritorious fresher students / Young Professionals (CGPA > 7/10), the work experience is relaxed basis on application.

Faculty

Our team of world-class faculties have years of experience as professional trainers and have worked closely with Blockchain adopters across various sectors. Their industry exposure will enable you to understand the everyday nitty-gritty to be a successful Blockchain professional.

Mr. Srinivas Mahankali

  • Program Director
  • B.Tech, IIT Madras, PGP - IIM’B
  • 27+ Years of Experience in Technology Leadership
  • Ex- CIO - Logistics Arm, Apollo Tyres Group

Mr. Seetharaman

  • Cognizant, TCS
  • University of Madras
  • Developer - Blockchain, Solidity, Ethereum, Corda, Hyperledger, NodeJs, MongoDB

Mr. Jaswanth Reddy

  • JavaScript Expert
  • 7+ years in Top IT MNC

Prof. Kartik K

  • 10+ Years of Experience
  • 12+ Corporate Implementations as Blockchain Architect
  • Ex Apple Engineering, US, Google Dev Group, Wipro

Ms. Debajani Mohanty

  • Senior Technical Architect
  • Author of Amazon Bestseller book "BlockChain From Concept to Execution", published by Asia's biggest BPB publishers.

Mr. Nausherwan Shah

  • Blockchain and AR/MR Entrepreneur
  • CBO of Blockchain Infrastructure company
  • MIT, IIT Delhi Alumni

Prof. Varun Raj

  • 10+ Projects Implementations as Blockchain Developer
  • By Heart a coder with 15+ years of experience
  • Has trained professionals and students across Fortune-500 companies in Blockchain Development

Prof. Satish Salivati

  • 17+ Years of Experience
  • Entrepreneur with hand-on experience in Blockchain Architecture
  • Also has interests in Analytics, HR, Tech

Mr. Akash Gaurav

  • Founder, Auxledger
  • CEO, Auxesis Group
  • Member of Advisory board of Cashaa
  • B.tech, IIT Bombay

Mr. Sudhir Chaudhary

  • SVP Technology at Auxesis Group
  • Ex-Integration Engineer at HSBC Global Technology India
  • Ex-Integration Consultant at Emirates NBD

Case Studies

Case 1

Bitfury Blockchain for Government

Case 2

Blockchain a new solution for supply integrity

Case 3

Blockchain entrepreneurship opportunity in the practices of the unbanked

Case 4

Blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital assets

 

Case 5

How Blockchain will change organizations

Case 6

Initial coin offerings

Case 7

Pricing of players in the Indian Premier League

Case 8

Remittance with crypto-currencies

Case 9

Ripple

Case 10

Everleger

Case 11

Tracking & Authenticity

Case 12

Electronic Health Record System

Case 13

Biomedicines Research

Case 14

Voting on Blockchain

Case 15

Public Benefit Distribution System

Case 16

Document Management & Storage

Case 17

EOS

Case 18

Auxledger

Case 19

IOTA

Case 20

Bigchain DB

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Course Curriculum

For Architects:8 Months | 9 Modules
  • Module I - Blockchain Fundamentals
    • Introduction to Blockchain
    • Program Overview & Structure
    • Gartner's Hype Curve and Evolution of Blockchain Technology
    • Blockchain Need & Genesis
    • Key Characteristics of Blockchain
    • P2P System
    • Cryptography, Hashing and Transactions
    • Digital Signatures
    • Blockchain Structure
    • Mining and Consensus
    • How Blockchain Works
    • Centralization and Decentralization
    • Byzantine General Problems
    • How is Blockchain Different
    • Smart Contracts
    • Story of mysterious Satoshi
    • Bitcoin Whitepaper
    • Understanding Bitcoin
    • Components of a Block
    • How they are joined together through Blockchain
    • Forks: soft & hard forks, Ummer blocks
    • Different forks from Bitcoin
    • Wallets, Transactions, Public & Private keys
    • Merkle tree, Mining, PoW, Nonce difficulty level
    • Double spending attack: Physical & digital world with history
    • How bitcoin can fix this, history of attacks on Bitcoin and crypto
  • Module II - Web Technologies & Programming Fundamentals
    • Introduction to programming
    • Types of Programming & Software Development
    • Operating Systems - Ubuntu & RHEL
    • DBMS- Database Management System
    • Types of Database
    • Networking
    • Cloud Computing
    • Basic Web - HTML5 / CSS3 / Bootstrap
    • Introduction to JavaScript
    • Code 2 (Arithmetic Operations), Inbuilt methods
    • Array, data types, operators
    • Logic and control structures
    • Objects and functions
    • Important concepts in functions
    • Object Oriented JS, Bugs and Error handling, ES6, Compiler
    • Introduction to Node.js & environment setup
    • Node.js Fundamentals
    • Node Module System & NPM
    • Create Server, API using Node JS & Express JS
    • MongoDB & MYSQL database
    • Asynchronous NodeJS - Async/Await
    • WebSockets & HTTP Server
  • Module III - Technicalities & Implementation of Blockchain
    • Understanding Blockchain - Public, Private & Hybrid Blockchain
    • Blockchain Implementation & Use cases
    • Finance & Banking Industry Introduction
    • Case Study: Remittance with crypto-currencies
    • Case Study: Ripple
    • Supply Chain & Logistics Introduction
    • Case Study: Tracking & Authenticity
    • Case Study: Everledger
    • Health Care & Medicals Introduction
    • Case Study: Electronic Health Record System
    • Case Study: Biomedicines Research
    • Governance & Public Services Introduction
    • Case Study: Voting on Blockchain
    • Case Study: Public Benefit Distribution System
    • Case Study: Document Management & Storage
  • Module IV - Introduction to Ethereum
    • The need of Ethereum
    • Participation of users in Ethereum
    • Ethereum Foundation
    • Ethereum Whitepaper
    • How Ethereum Works
    • Ethereum network
    • Accounts & its creation
    • Ethereum Virtual Machine
    • Transactions and Types
    • Gas - Transactional Fee & Incentivisations
    • Blockchain Structure & Formation
    • Mining & Consensus
    • Smart Contracts
    • Consensus - PoW
    • New Proposal - PoS Casper
    • Introduction to DAO
    • Introduction to DApp
  • Module V - Building Ethereum Applications (Optional)
    • DApp & its components
    • Client app
    • Smart contract
    • Web3js
    • Use Metamask to do transaction
    • Use the account keys directly to the application
    • Programming languages
    • Types of Architecture design
    • Client, Web3js, Network, Account/wallet.
    • Client, Middleware, Web3js, Network, Account/wallet
    • Programming in Solidity & Introduction
    • What is solidity
    • Solidity basics
    • Solidity Data Types
    • Functions and modifiers
    • Inheritance
    • Libraries
    • Solidity Events
    • ERC20, ERC223, ERC771 Tokens
    • Auditing security and testing
    • Using Remix, Testnet, Metamask
    • Test RPC
    • DApp Development Tools
  • Module VI - Alternate Public, Federated and Private Blockchain and comparisons
    • Limitation of Public Blockchains
      1. Limited scalability
      2. Limited privacy
      3. Storage constrains
      4. Non scalable consensus
      5. Lack of tools
      6. Lack of query capability
    • Enterprise expectations on Blockchain
      1. Highly scalable
      2. Granular level permission
      3. Using existing storage
      4. Rich query interface
      5. Integration with legacy systems
      6. Interoperability between Blockchain platforms
      7. Private transactions
    • What is private and Consortium Blockchain
    • Benefits of private Blockchain
      1. Network governence
      2. Transactions is cheap
      3. Validators are know
      4. Transaction approval is fast
      5. Read permission is restricted
    • What are the popular platforms avaiable for private/consortium Blockchain
      1. Quorum - JP Morgan
      2. R3 Corda
      3. Hyperledger
    • Why Quorum and what it has ?
      1. Privacy - Private smart contracts nad transactions
      2. Pluggable consensus - Raft, IBFT
      3. Peer permissioning- Only know identities can join the system by
      4. smart contracts
      5. Performance
    • Quorum Architecture Componets
      1. Quorum Node
      2. Transaction manager
      3. Constellation
    • Quorum Transaction Processing and Privacy
    • Quorum consensus
      1. Raft
      2. IBFT
      3. Quorumchain consensus - Deprecated
    • Explanation of Raft
    • Security and network permissioning
      1. Enodes and permissions
    • Quorum setup
      1. Prerequisites - Docker, Vagrant, Git
      2. Use sample projects
      3. Build from source
      4. Keys for Nodes - Private Key Storage Algorithm
    • Develop using quorum
    • Running quorum nodes (Maker, Observer, Voter)
    • Developing smart contract
    • Running permissioning
      1. Add nodes
      2. Remove nodes
    • Quorum API
    • Running the sample apps
    • Use cases and samples
      1. Financial transactions
      2. Contract Bidding
    • Why corda
    • Corda Key concepts
      1. Ledger
      2. Identity - Organisations
      3. States
      4. Contracts
      5. Transactions
      6. Flows
      7. Consensus
      8. Notaries
      9. Oracles
      10. Time windows
      11. Nodes
  • Module VII - Enterprise Blockchain Applications & Hyperledger (Optional)
    • Hyperledger Composer
    • Introduction To Blockchain & Enterprise Blockchain
    • Hyperledger Composer
    • What is Composer?
    • What are the components involved
    • How to create you first network
    • What is Composer Playground
    • What is model?
    • What is Query File
    • How to write transaction processing functions
    • How to create participants & assets
    • How to submit transactions with playground
    • Adding Identities
    • What is ACL
    • Export Composer From Playground
    • Start your fabric sample network
    • Install composer chainode
    • Deploy and Start the composer chaincode
    • Create Participants
    • Create Identities for participants
    • Generate Card files for the participant identities
    • Submit transactions for composer client
    • Composer Rest API server
    • Hyperledger Fabric
    • Getting Started With Hyperledger Fabric Network
    • Understanding the components
    • Explanation of Configuration Files
    • Crypto Configuration
    • Configtx
    • Defining the network topology
    • Docker Compose file with all the components explained
    • Orderer
    • Peer
    • CouchDB
    • Fabric CA
    • Scripts and commands to start the network
    • Developing our own chaincode in fabric go sdk
    • Installing it in the fabric network
    • With Scripts and commands
    • Invoking and querying transactions from command line
    • Creating a node application for fabric chaincode
    • Registering and enrolling users
    • Invoking transactions
    • Query Data from ledger
    • Creating a REST Api for Fabric Client
  • Module VIII - Architecting Blockchain Solutions
    • When to use Blockchain Technology
    • Benefits of implementing Blockchain over legacy solution
    • Understanding Blockchain Limitations
    • Blockchain Frameworks analysis to choose from
    • Ethereum
    • Hyperledger Fabric
    • R3 Corda
    • Sawtooth
    • Quorum
    • MultiChain
    • Building Technical & Functional aspects of Blockchain Voting App
    • Defining Requirements and Functional Components
    • Creating User Story and Technical Requirements
    • Defining Tech Stack Architecture
    • Defining which framework to be used
    • Understand Smart Contract Code & Implementation
    • Understand Client Side Implementation
    • Writing the test scripts
    • Deploying Distributed Applications
    • Building Technical & Functional aspects of Distributed Ride Sharing App
    • Defining Requirements and Functional Components
    • Creating User Story and Technical Requirements
    • Defining Tech Stack Architecture
    • Defining which framework to be used
    • Understand Smart Contract Code & Implementation
    • Understand Client Side Implementation
    • Writing the test scripts
    • Deploying Distributed Applications
  • Module IX - New Generation Technology & Shift of Blockchain
    • Top Global companies and their work in Blockchain technology
    • New developments in Blockchain technologies & looking forward
    • Case Study: EOS
    • White paper analysis
    • Building application on EOS
    • Case Study: Auxledger
    • White paper analysis
    • Interoperability and Customizability with Auxledger
    • Integration of Blockchain with other technologies: IoT, AIML and BigData
    • Process excellence & Mistake proofing requirements
    • Case Study: IOTA
    • Case Study: BigChainDB

For Developers:8 Months | 7 Modules
  • Module I - Blockchain Fundamentals
    • Introduction to Blockchain
    • Program Overview & Structure
    • Gartner's Hype Curve and Evolution of Blockchain Technology
    • Blockchain Need & Genesis
    • Key Characteristics of Blockchain
    • P2P System
    • Cryptography, Hashing and Transactions
    • Digital Signatures
    • Blockchain Structure
    • Mining and Consensus
    • How Blockchain Works
    • Centralization and Decentralization
    • Byzantine General Problems
    • How is Blockchain Different
    • Smart Contracts
    • Story of mysterious Satoshi
    • Bitcoin Whitepaper
    • Understanding Bitcoin
    • Components of a Block
    • How they are joined together through Blockchain
    • Forks: soft & hard forks, Ummer blocks
    • Different forks from Bitcoin
    • Wallets, Transactions, Public & Private keys
    • Merkle tree, Mining, PoW, Nonce difficulty level
    • Double spending attack: Physical & digital world with history
    • How bitcoin can fix this, history of attacks on Bitcoin and crypto
  • Module II - Web Technologies & Programming Fundamentals
    • Introduction to programming
    • Types of Programming & Software Development
    • Operating Systems - Ubuntu & RHEL
    • DBMS- Database Management System
    • Types of Database
    • Networking
    • Cloud Computing
    • Basic Web - HTML5 / CSS3 / Bootstrap
    • Introduction to JavaScript
    • Code 2 (Arithmetic Operations), Inbuilt methods
    • Array, data types, operators
    • Logic and control structures
    • Objects and functions
    • Important concepts in functions
    • Object Oriented JS, Bugs and Error handling, ES6, Compiler
    • Introduction to Node.js & environment setup
    • Node.js Fundamentals
    • Node Module System & NPM
    • Create Server, API using Node JS & Express JS
    • MongoDB & MYSQL database
    • Asynchronous NodeJS - Async/Await
    • WebSockets & HTTP Server
  • Module III - Introduction to Ethereum
    • The need of Ethereum
    • Participation of users in Ethereum
    • Ethereum Foundation
    • Ethereum Whitepaper
    • How Ethereum Works
    • Ethereum network
    • Accounts & its creation
    • Ethereum Virtual Machine
    • Transactions and Types
    • Gas - Transactional Fee & Incentivisations
    • Blockchain Structure & Formation
    • Mining & Consensus
    • Smart Contracts
    • Consensus - PoW
    • New Proposal - PoS Casper
    • Introduction to DAO
    • Introduction to DApp
  • Module IV - Building Ethereum Applications
    • DApp & its components
    • Client app
    • Smart contract
    • Web3js
    • Use Metamask to do transaction
    • Use the account keys directly to the application
    • Programming languages
    • Types of Architecture design
    • Client, Web3js, Network, Account/wallet.
    • Client, Middleware, Web3js, Network, Account/wallet
    • Programming in Solidity & Introduction
    • What is solidity
    • Solidity basics
    • Solidity Data Types
    • Functions and modifiers
    • Inheritance
    • Libraries
    • Solidity Events
    • ERC20, ERC223, ERC771 Tokens
    • Auditing security and testing
    • Using Remix, Testnet, Metamask
    • Test RPC
    • DApp Development Tools
  • Module V - Alternate Public, Federated and Private Blockchain and comparisons
    • Limitation of Public Blockchains
      1. Limited scalability
      2. Limited privacy
      3. Storage constrains
      4. Non scalable consensus
      5. Lack of tools
      6. Lack of query capability
    • Enterprise expectations on Blockchain
      1. Highly scalable
      2. Granular level permission
      3. Using existing storage
      4. Rich query interface
      5. Integration with legacy systems
      6. Interoperability between Blockchain platforms
      7. Private transactions
    • What is private and Consortium Blockchain
    • Benefits of private Blockchain
      1. Network governence
      2. Transactions is cheap
      3. Validators are know
      4. Transaction approval is fast
      5. Read permission is restricted
    • What are the popular platforms avaiable for private/consortium Blockchain
      1. Quorum - JP Morgan
      2. R3 Corda
      3. Hyperledger
    • Why Quorum and what it has ?
      1. Privacy - Private smart contracts nad transactions
      2. Pluggable consensus - Raft, IBFT
      3. Peer permissioning- Only know identities can join the system by
      4. smart contracts
      5. Performance
    • Quorum Architecture Componets
      1. Quorum Node
      2. Transaction manager
      3. Constellation
    • Quorum Transaction Processing and Privacy
    • Quorum consensus
      1. Raft
      2. IBFT
      3. Quorumchain consensus - Deprecated
    • Explanation of Raft
    • Security and network permissioning
      1. Enodes and permissions
    • Quorum setup
      1. Prerequisites - Docker, Vagrant, Git
      2. Use sample projects
      3. Build from source
      4. Keys for Nodes - Private Key Storage Algorithm
    • Develop using quorum
    • Running quorum nodes (Maker, Observer, Voter)
    • Developing smart contract
    • Running permissioning
      1. Add nodes
      2. Remove nodes
    • Quorum API
    • Running the sample apps
    • Use cases and samples
      1. Financial transactions
      2. Contract Bidding
    • Why corda
    • Corda Key concepts
      1. Ledger
      2. Identity - Organisations
      3. States
      4. Contracts
      5. Transactions
      6. Flows
      7. Consensus
      8. Notaries
      9. Oracles
      10. Time windows
      11. Nodes
  • Module VI - Enterprise Blockchain Applications & Hyperledger
    • Hyperledger Composer
    • Introduction To Blockchain & Enterprise Blockchain
    • Hyperledger Composer
    • What is Composer?
    • What are the components involved
    • How to create you first network
    • What is Composer Playground
    • What is model?
    • What is Query File
    • How to write transaction processing functions
    • How to create participants & assets
    • How to submit transactions with playground
    • Adding Identities
    • What is ACL
    • Export Composer From Playground
    • Start your fabric sample network
    • Install composer chainode
    • Deploy and Start the composer chaincode
    • Create Participants
    • Create Identities for participants
    • Generate Card files for the participant identities
    • Submit transactions for composer client
    • Composer Rest API server
    • Hyperledger Fabric
    • Getting Started With Hyperledger Fabric Network
    • Understanding the components
    • Explanation of Configuration Files
    • Crypto Configuration
    • Configtx
    • Defining the network topology
    • Docker Compose file with all the components explained
    • Orderer
    • Peer
    • CouchDB
    • Fabric CA
    • Scripts and commands to start the network
    • Developing our own chaincode in fabric go sdk
    • Installing it in the fabric network
    • With Scripts and commands
    • Invoking and querying transactions from command line
    • Creating a node application for fabric chaincode
    • Registering and enrolling users
    • Invoking transactions
    • Query Data from ledger
    • Creating a REST Api for Fabric Client
  • Module VII - New Generation Technology & Shift of Blockchain (Optional)
    • Top Global companies and their work in Blockchain technology
    • New developments in Blockchain technologies & looking forward
    • Case Study: EOS
    • White paper analysis
    • Building application on EOS
    • Case Study: Auxledger
    • White paper analysis
    • Interoperability and Customizability with Auxledger
    • Integration of Blockchain with other technologies: IoT, AIML and BigData
    • Process excellence & Mistake proofing requirements
    • Implementation on R3 Corda
    • Implementation on MultiChain
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Application Process

  • 1. Fill up the Application Form

  • 2. Screening call from Admission Director's Office basis on Profile

  • 3. Final Application to be shared with Admission Committee for final selection

Program Fees

Rs. 125000 /- (All Inclusive)

  • One Time Payment

    Rs. 125000/-
    (All Inclusive)

    • Zest No Interest EMI Option
    • Faster payment with Credit Card, Debit Card, Net Banking
  • Cardless EMI Payment

     

    • Pay Hassle free Zero percent EMI in 12 months.
    • No Credit Card required

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the PGP-BTM program, you will be able to:
  • Possess the in-demand skills to play an active role in Blockchain revolution
  • Understand key features, different types of platforms & Languages of Blockchain Technology
  • Know how to launch Blockchain in a single node and extend to multiple nodes using BAAS architecture
  • Enable better strategic business decisions and develop solutions to real-life case studies
  • Be able to confidently use Blockchain Technology in conjunction with other bleeding edge technologies in the domains of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Analytics & IOT.

Hands-on Training:
  • Exploring Blockchain.info
  • Creating an offline wallet
  • Using a hardware wallet
  • Making Bitcoin Transactions
  • Designing a simple web based calculator using JS
  • Creating a chatting app with clients based for Web, Mobile & Desktop
  • Distributed Ride Sharing Application
  • Creating your own crypto-token
  • Distributed Ride Sharing App Development
  • Distributed Health Records System App Development
  • Comparing existing solutions with Blockchain solutions
  • Creating BRD and complete technical specification of use cases

Evaluation

Class performance will be based on following components:

  • Projects
  • Assignments

Faculty members may choose a few or all above stated components. Typically, evaluation load will be 60% from individual performance and 40% from group performance.

Certification

Earn a Certificate of Post Graduate Program in Blockchain Technology & Management (PGP-BTM) from Amity University

Add the certificate to your CV and improve your job / business prospects

Career Paths

Whether you have any technical / programming knowledge or not, this program is suitable to support non-tech professionals to become Blockchain Architects and tech professionals to become Blockchain Developers.

Blockchain Architect

As a Blockchain Architect, you will be able to-

  • Possess better client interfacing skills,
  • Understand the technical requirements,
  • Suggest appropriate solutions and frameworks as required by the customers.
Blockchain Developer

As a Blockchain developer, you will be able to-

  • Understand code,
  • Launch networks and platforms confidently,
  • Gain exposure to real-life projects,
  • Build scalable platforms using cloud, micro-services and DLT technologies.

Career Assistance

  • Enhance your career aspirations with assistance from our Career partners cutshort, iimjobs and existing Corporate and Alumni network
  • On successful completion of the program, equip yourself with sophisticated expertise to apply for jobs in Blockchain space in the roles of Smart Contract Developer, Blockchain Developer, Blockchain Architect, Blockchain Consultant, Blockchain Expert and Blockchain Generalist.

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