The facility, named Mindtree Kalinga, was inaugurated by Naveen Patnaik, Chief Minister of Odisha, the company said in a release here.
    
Set up on a 20-acre campus, Mindtree Kalinga takes young engineers through a 90-day learning programme to create a digital workforce for the future.
    
The fully-immersive learning programme is designed for deep learning, collaboration and inquisitiveness, it added.
    
According to Mindtree, the teaching methodology incorporates a peer-based, experiential learning style inspired by teaching methods of ancient Nalanda, the HIVE model from Harvard University, TEAL model from MIT and experiments at the Khan Academy.
    
Every year, 2,500 Mindtree Minds will be trained here as the core element of their competence building, the company said.
    
Apart from the Global Learning Centre, Mindtree Kalinga will be a Centre of Excellence for the Insurance Domain. It will provide specialised and innovative solutions to digitally transform Mindtree's global insurance industry clients.
    
Mindtree Kalinga, with an investment of USD 20 million in the construction of its first phase, is designed to reflect a blend of the digital future of man with ancient Odishan architecture at the core, the company said.

 

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