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Regional Director (India) CompTIA
Pradipto Chakrabarty is the Regional Director for CompTIA Technology India Pvt. Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of CompTIA Inc. In this capacity, Pradipto leads the India operations for CompTIA. CompTIA (The Computing Technology Industry Association; www.CompTIA.org) is the world’s largest IT trade association representing more than 7,500 member companies spread across 102 countries. One of CompTIA’s leading initiatives lies in the filed of developing vendor neutral core competence certifications and assessments for individuals seeking career in ICT. His key responsibility is to promote the value of CompTIA certifications in large corporate organizations as well as create a requirement of CompTIA certified manpower pool ready to join the industry. He is also tasked to educate the benefits of CompTIA certifications among career seekers in India while partnering with leading commercial training and academic institutions. He is a regular speaker in various career awareness seminars organized for students, enterprise organization and job seekers across the country in association with IT training providers. He has participated and spoken in skill development forums organized by agencies such as NASSCOM, ICTACT and various leading educational institutes. Apart from covering topics on skill development, Pradipto is also a passionate follower of technology trends. Pradipto has 18+ years of industry experience. Before joining CompTIA, Pradipto served Prometric Testing Pvt ltd., one of the world’s largest online assessment delivery organization. Pradipto has also worked for NIIT Technologies Limited as a regional manager for their GIS division – NIIT GIS Limited. Pradipto is an M.Tech from IIT Roorkee. He has also done Masters in International Business from IIFT (Indian Institute of Foreign Trade), New Delhi.
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