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What are some of the future ready technologies that you get to learn in B.Tech at JK Lakshmipat University?

- Anita SinghUpdated On May 27, 2020 06:52 AM

Dear Student,

At JK Lakshmipat University, B.Tech students are not only inculated the classroom/ textbook knowledge but also they are trained in a way through which they can apply the knowledge practically. The B.Tech curriculum of JK Lakshmipat is inclusive of various emerging concepts in engineering such as Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning etc. This will help students to enhance their career opportunities. 

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- Sakunth KumarAnswered on May 27, 2020 06:52 AM
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Some future-ready technologies that you will be learning in the Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) programme at JK Lakshmipat University (JKLU), Jaipur are following:

Robotics & Automation: An extension of Robotics, Automation is termed as the next phase of the industrial revolution. It will create fresh avenues for businesses and individuals and will offer unprecedented opportunities to create and build intelligent systems that are smarter and more efficient.

Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning: Together with Machine Learning, an important subset, Artificial Intelligence is at the forefront of technology today. Several industries, from medicine to banking & retail, are likely to be disrupted and transformed by the future of computing.

Internet Of Things: The rapid advancement of the internet and the new reality it has shaped by bringing together a wide range of contexts, people, processes, data and technology is an exciting frontier of change today. It touches every aspect of our lives and understanding this new world leads to greater innovation, progress and business.

Design Thinking: A human-centric approach to innovation, design thinking focuses on integrating the needs of society, technology and business. It encourages project-based pedagogy and effective frameworks for creative problem-solving in all aspects of learning.

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- Arihant JainAnswered on December 10, 2019 03:57 PM
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