"Industrial training is mandatory to bridge the gap in the academic curriculum and in the industry. This will help the students develop skills and competencies they require to become employable. This has been a practice in most of the Western countries. So when they are fresh out of the college, while joining the company they just have to learn the process followed in the company. It provides an opportunity for students to apply theoretical knowledge acquired in the classroom with practical application of knowledge required to perform a task. In the case of IT industry, the industrial training will also teach them how the environment will be when they go to work. It gives the students a feel of how their work environment will be when they join the company."
Industrial training will also enhance the personal skills including presentation skills. Industrial training will fasten the process of transformation from a student to an employee. It also helps the students to connect between what they are doing in the college and what is there in the industry.
" A full stack developer is an engineer who can handle all the work of databases, servers, systems engineering, and clients. Depending on the project, what customers need may be a mobile stack, a Web stack, or a native application stack."
In fact, “full stack” refers to the collection of a series of technologies needed to complete a project. “Stack” refers to a collection of sub-modules. These software sub-modules or components combined together to achieve the established function while without the need for other modules.
Advantages: The full stack developers involved in a horizontal technical requirement, so that he/she can make a prototype design for a product very rapidly with his wide range of techniques. With the full stackability, they have a broader angle of views and a more active mindset. Moreover, they will be more sensitive to techniques and products. So, this kind of people can always have his/her opinions towards the product or design.
From another aspect, he/she can provide help to everyone in the team and greatly reduce the time and technical costs of team communication, technology docking. So many of them become entrepreneurs or as technical partners in start-up companies.
"The real stats is 94% of IT engineers in India are not fit for hiring. According to a study by employability assessment company, Aspiring Minds created a stir by claiming that 94 % of engineers in the country were not fit for software development jobs."