IEEE Computer Society Partners With Indian Computer Organization

Agreement expands reach of Computer Society’s certification programs

17 February 2012

The IEEE Computer Society has signed a cooperative agreement with the Advanced Computing & Communications Society (ACCS), an organization for professionals in India, to share technical information and work together in a variety of ways.

Under the agreement, the ACCS will become a registered education provider for the IEEE Computer Society—which means it will offer the society’s certification programs and other educational training products to its members. The Computer Society has two certification programs: Certified Software Development Associate for entry-level developers and Certified Software Development Professional for mid-level workers.

The agreement also gives the ACCS permission to distribute for free up to 24  articles from various IEEE Computer Society publications to its members.

The two societies will provide links to each other’s websites on their home pages. And the ACCS says it will encourage its members to join the Computer Society.

In addition, the IEEE Computer Society has agreed to cosponsor the 2013 International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communications (ADCOM), the ACCS’s biennial flagship event.

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