UoM to Offer Courses on Emerging Technologies | Mysore News

Mysuru: with the aim of making engineering courses more attractive and preparing students for industry in emerging sectors such as IoT, blockchain technology, robotics, agro-engineering, All-India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) has authorized 68 colleges to start new emerging courses.
These courses are permitted at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. Courses like MTech in Defense Technology, M-Arch in Sustainable Human Habitat, M-Arch in Digital Heritage and Conservation, MBA in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Business Development, BE in Agro-Engineering, 3D Printing and Design, Robotics and artificial intelligence, automation and robotics, industrial IoT, cybersecurity and blockchain technology, etc.
“These emerging courses are allowed from this academic year,” said SB Halbhavi, special officer, academic section, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi. “Only NBA accredited colleges are allowed to start these courses and 68 colleges are allowed to do so,” he said.
New age course
The University of Mysore (UoM) is one of the institutes that has received authorization from AICTE to offer emerging courses. AICTE has enabled UoM to start courses such as BE in Environmental Civil Engineering, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Data Science, Computer Science and Design, and Biomedical and Robotics Engineering.
“We can call them new age courses. They will have enormous employment potential over the next two or three years, ”said Hemantha Kumar, UoM vice president.
“These courses are designed to meet the needs of the industry. Once the students have completed these courses, there will be more employment opportunities. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, etc. are emerging technologies, ”he said.

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