Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, signed an MoU with the Mehta Family Foundation (MFF), USA, on Wednesday to arrange a college of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence to advertise these programs at undergraduate and postgraduate ranges.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed nearly by IIT-G director T G Sitharam and chief govt officer of Mehta Family Foundation, in presence of the director of IITG Board of Governors, Dr Rajiv Modi, and Principal Scientific Advisor to Government of India, Prof Krishnaswamy Vijaraghavan.
The first batch of B Tech college students for this college might be admitted by means of JEE within the tutorial 12 months 2021-22, a launch issued by IIT-G stated.
Sitharam stated that IIT Guwahati has all the time endeavoured to play a management function by diversifying the flavour of its tutorial programmes, and the Mehta Family School of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence is one other vital initiative that can bridge the hole of extremely expert personnel that exists in these rising fields.
”I take this chance to thank Mehta Family Foundation for its huge help in establishing this college which is able to provide each undergraduate and postgraduate programmes, B Tech in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence from this tutorial 12 months,” he stated.
Mehta stated, the explosion of information throughout all fields of information continues unabated, and similar to laptop science modified the world, information science and synthetic intelligence are poised to do the identical.
Vijayraghavan stated, that with the out there experience, IIT-G will take up this college as a basis to arrange information assortment websites within the jap area of the nation for numerous sectors akin to healthcare, local weather, transportation, safety and different areas and convert the large information into efficient information and understanding to serve the society in a greater approach.
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