IIT Delhi, Business Sweden discuss current air quality in Delhi
Plans for joint awareness campaigns across educational institutes and possibilities of joint R&D and co-development of technological solutions that are able to address issues at local level were discussed during the conference.
Indian Institute of Delhi (IIT) Delhi and Business Sweden, Swedish Trade and Invest Council, organised a joint workshop to discuss the current air quality situation in the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi and identified possible areas of joint intervention.
During the conference, participating Indian startups and Swedish companies showcased best practices in air quality management and discussed various aspects of poor air quality in Delhi.
Different technological interventions (monitor, protect, and prevent air pollution) and various possible areas of collaboration were identified. Plans for joint awareness campaigns across schools/educational institutes and possibilities of joint research and development and co-development of technological solutions that are able to address issues at local level were discussed.
The conference also explored matchmaking of startups under the IIT Delhi umbrella with Swedish technology companies for accelerated commercialisation and market deployment.
IIT Delhi launches certificate programme in FinTech
IIT Delhi has introduced a certificate programme in FinTech which is a five-month course starting from December 11, 2022. The course is for students and working professionals. It will offer 80 hours course with 60 hours of live online learning and two-day campus immersion on the IIT Delhi campus. Interested candidates can apply for the course by October 9, 2022. Shortlisted candidates for the course will be informed by October 13. The last date to submit the first instalment is October 21, 2022, and the programme will end in May 2023.
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