Google started a program “code It Possible” to inspire students and developers in India to focus for opportunities and resolve problems using their mobile coding skills. Google aims to train 2 Million Indian Students

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Android for Beginners


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Android for Programmers

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Performance-based exam

Add functionality and fix bugs in a real app to show your skill.

Industry recognized

Be tested on skills needed for an entry-level Android developer job.

Certification fees

Pay an amount of Rs. 6500 for the certification.

Coming soon to a college near you

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The Google Developer Training team has developed a classroom-based course to teach Android Developer Fundamentals. This curriculum will be available as an elective for students to take across 20+ private and state technical universities across India from the 2017 college semester.

The course will also be offered by partner universities and training centers of the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC).

Training 2 million mobile developers

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With its vision to help make India a global hub of high-quality mobile developers, Google is working on a Mobile Skilling program in India that aims to train two million mobile developers.

By unveiling multiple initiatives across training partners and universities, Google is looking to make world-class Android Developer education accessible to millions of students and developers.