IIIT Delhi offers 'Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science, AI' Check details here
Upon successful completion of the 12-month programme, participants will earn a Post Graduate Diploma from IIIT-Delhi and an alumni status of the institute
IIIT Delhi Admissions 2021: Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) Delhi is all set to offer a new programme, Post Graduate Diploma Program in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, in collaboration with an EdTech company. According to an official statement released by the institute, IIIT Delhi will be delivering the program online including a combination of live classes by the institute’s faculty, hands-on tutorials, and project-based learning sessions. The notice further added that “the new program will address the “growing need for talent in cutting-edge areas that require a sound grounding in Computer Science fundamentals and an ability to apply artificial intelligence (AI) techniques.”
Candidates interested in IIIT Delhi Admissions 2021 must note that upon successful completion of the 12-month programme, participants will earn a Post Graduate Diploma from IIIT-Delhi and an alumni status of the institute, the statement added. It further stated, “They will receive career support from Great Learning through its career assistance platform, GL Excelerate. The platform has partnered with 500+ organizations including JP Morgan, Tata Consultancy Services, Accenture, IBM, Infosys, Dell, HCL, Capgemini, and Cognizant.”
Talking about the newly launched programme, Professor Ranjan Bose, Director, IIIT Delhi said, “Data is the new oil of the digital economy and the way we will lead our lives in the near future will be transformed by the use of AI, and its applications to the big-data innovation ecosystem. The PG diploma program in Computer Science and AI will equip the students with advanced knowledge and practical skills to meet the growing challenges of the various data-driven industries. The partnership with Great Learning will help create new opportunities and greater accessibility for the interested students and working professionals."