Computer Science Teaching Fellowship jobs in Hyderabad - Pi Jam Foundation

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  • 2020-06-02

Job Description

Role: Computer Science Teaching Fellowship

Location: Hyderabad

Salary: INR 15,000 pm/-

Responsibilities-

a. Program Delivery

b. Training and Capacity Building

c. Event Management

Qualification-

a. A bachelor's degree in any discipline but having completed some coursework related to computer science and electronics.

b. Preferably with 1 year of teaching experience or working with young children in a formal or informal setting.

c. Experience in working with a programming language.

d. Knowledge of computer fundamentals - hardware, software components, basic networks, number systems.

Key Skills

  • Computer Science Teaching Fellowship
  • Computer Teaching Faculty

Industry

Education / Teaching / Training / Colleges /Institutes / Universities

Functional Area

Education / Teaching / Training / Counselling / Academic

Number of Vacancy

10

Education

B.C.A, B.Sc, B.Tech/B.E, M.C.A, M.Sc, M.Tech


About Pi Jam Foundation

About Pi Jam Foundation:
Pi Jam Foundation is an award-winning nonprofit on a mission to equip children with access to affordable and enhanced quality of computer education which builds skills essential for the 21st century digital age.
Our Philosophy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KDdiShGzsig&t=3s
Makers Facrory:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSkEVDjv8go&t=1s
The Problem we are solving: 
Students today are being educated to take up jobs in the future across the world. But, a majority of students in India do not have access to the knowledge and skills that will make them part of the productive economy in tomorrow’s workforce. Computational Thinking and Problem Solving are regarded as the most important skills in our future workforce and our students are not yet exposed to them as part of their school education.

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