iHub-Data at IIIT Hyderabad announced that it invites applications from undergraduate engineering students across the country for its 36-week foundation course on Modern Machine Learning commencing January 2022.
The program is specifically targeted at pre-final and final year undergraduate engineering students who are aiming at enhancing their knowledge and sharpening practical skills in machine learning for use in application domains like; image processing, computer vision, robotics, data mining, and natural language processing or speech processing, to name a few.
Interactive online sessions would be delivered by IIITH faculty Prof CV Jawahar, Prof Anoop M Namboodiri, and Dr Ravi Kiran S. Practical hands-on sessions would be extended through mentors with considerable exposure to artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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Furthermore, industry experts will also contribute to the learning outcome through discussions and interactions. A certificate of achievement from IIIT Hyderabad would be awarded upon successful completion of the course.
While the course is open to all engineering students across India, it would be most beneficial for pre-final and final year undergraduate engineering students from the streams of Computer Science, Information Technology, Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering or other allied branches.
Students registered for the program would have to undergo a preparatory module, and the final selection of students would be based on student performance during the preparatory module. The preparatory module would be delivered and evaluated by Prof Anoop M Namboodiri (IIIT Hyderabad) and Dr CK Raju (iHub-Data).
The course will cost students Rs 10,000, inclusive of all taxes, and those who wish to enrol for it will have to do so before 25 December 2021. You can get further information by clicking the link here.