Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
17 October 2023
NTI EME-DEY Initiative Returns for 4th Round to Upskill Youth

The National Telecommunication Institute (NTI) has started the fourth round of the “Egypt Makes Electronics (EME)-Digital Egypt Youth (DEY)” initiative. The training is part of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology’s (MCIT) strategy to upskill youth by training 1,000 trainees during the first half of the fiscal year 2023/2024.

Over 300 trainees are being trained in a variety of tracks, including automotive embedded systems, digital IC design, electronics design for industry, service-oriented architecture (SOA) and microservices, VMware Cloud on AWS, and Cloud DevOps Accelerator.

 The four-month program includes three months of hands-on and scientific training at NTI laboratories to hone business and English skills, followed by one month of on-the-job training at a leading company.

The training takes place at NTI premises in Nasr City, Smart Village, and Knowledge City in the New Administrative Capital.

NTI has trained over 700 trainees in previous rounds of DEY and provided them with hands-on training in related DEY tracks at 30 major global and local companies.

DEY is a highly specialized in-depth training program organized by NTI to upskill and train young people in modern technologies, creating more jobs and supplying the job market with a skilled talent pool.

Implemented by MCIT, the EME initiative is a national initiative aimed at making the electronics industry one of the key mainstays of economic growth in Egypt, and a major contributor to augmenting Egyptian exports, reducing imports of electronics and appliances at the local market, and providing hundreds of thousands of jobs for highly experienced engineers, technicians and skilled workers.
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