In a new collaboration that Ajeekya D Y Patil University (ADYPU) has made with 5 Vocational Institutions from Thailand, students from Thailand, as well as the students from ADYPU, will also be able to learn more in the fields of technical education that they have chosen. The students of Thailand will be able to receive education in the fields of Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, augmented reality and virtual reality.
In a statement delivered by ADYPU, the five vocational colleges from Thailand will include Ayutthaya Technological Commercial College, Charansanitwong Technological College, Chonburi Technological College, Pongsawadi Technological College and Tharn Technological College. As per the agreement made between ADYPU and the five Thai Colleges, the Indian students will be sent to Thailand to learn about the culture and learn new things academically, meanwhile, the students from Thailand will be able to show up at ADYPU for advanced learning.
As per the Memorandum of Understanding that was signed between Hrridaysh Deshpande, who is the director of ADYPU and the Officials from Thailand, a total of 50 students will be able to take part in the student exchange programme per year, including both Thai as well as Indian students. In a statement made by the president of ADYPU, Ajeenkya D Y Patil, he stated that the college is taking this step in order to promote its education model. They aim to always respond in innovative and different ways to the changes that are taking place across India.
ADYPU provides the students with various inter-disciplinary courses in areas of management, technology along with film and media.