Shiv Nadar University Chennai Opens Admissions for 2022-23 Academic Session

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ABHAY ANAND
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Updated on May 4, 2022 13:37 IST

Launches ‘Department of Economics’ in ‘School of Science and Humanities’ offering an undergraduate degree (B.Sc) in Economics with a focus on Data Science

Shiv Nadar University Chennai has opened admissions for its undergraduate programs- for the academic year 2022-23. The University is inviting applications for the six programs it offers in the disciplines of Computer Science and Engineering, Commerce, and Economics.

This year, the University has introduced a new, future-focused specialization in Cybersecurity for B. Tech in Computer Science in addition to the two currently being offered programs of B. Tech in Artificial Intelligence & Data Science and B. Tech in Computer Science & Engineering (with a focus on Internet of Things). The University is also launching a new Department of Economics in the ‘School of Science and Humanities’ offering new-age specializations in programs like B.Sc. in Economics (Data Science).

Undergraduate programs offered at the University are:

B. Tech. in Artificial Intelligence & Data Science

B. Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering (Cyber Security)

B. Tech. in Computer Science & Engineering (Internet of Things)

B. Com / B. Com (Hons)

B. Com (Professional Accounting)

B.Sc. Economics (Data Science)

Speaking on the call for admissions for the second academic season, Dr. Sriman Kumar Bhattacharyya, Vice-Chancellor, Shiv Nadar University Chennai said, “Shiv Nadar University Chennai is committed to empowering the young minds of our country with the knowledge, skills, and scientific thought required to meet today’s and tomorrow’s needs. With a comprehensive range of programs across disciplines, our unique student-centric curriculum and focus on research and innovation, we look forward to welcoming the next batch of brilliant students and empowering them with transformational education.”

“We are excited to introduce the Department of Economics in the School of Science & Humanities (SoSH) which will shape students to approach issues analytically, and build upon their power of reason by blending scientific research with critical thinking and creativity. The new program on Cyber Security from the Department of Computer Science & Engineering will allow students to build capabilities in securing all aspects of data in a world that is becoming increasingly reliant on technology.” Bhattacharyya added.

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ABHAY ANAND
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Abhay an alumnus of IIMC and Delhi University, has over a decade long experience of reporting on various beats of journalism. During his free time he prefers listening to music or play indoor and outdoor games.

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