Amity University introduces new-age courses in Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning under ‘Careers of Tomorrow’

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27th July 2018: Amity Universitytoday announced the introduction of ‘Careers of Tomorrow’ , a series of futuristic programs for IT industry professionals, business leaders, and budding entrepreneurs to help them face tomorrow’s career challenges.

As part of Amity University’s continued efforts in upgrading skill sets and keeping the next generation future ready with emerging technology skills and development, the ‘Careers of Tomorrow’ series is offering their flagship program – which is their PG Program in Blockchain Technology & Management (PGP-BTM). The other competitive programs being offered are – PG Diploma programs in Business Analytics & Intelligence (PGD-BAI) in association with Thunderbird School of Global Management, and PG Diploma in Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence (PGD-ML&AI). Also, programs in Entrepreneurship in association with Babson College and Digital Marketing in association with Wharton Business School will be launched soon.

Under these blended learning programs students can learn in-demand skills from industry stalwarts and get certified by top global universities. These futuristic programs will let aspirants excel in their career path whilst giving them flexibility to continue with their full time employment.

Mr. Ajit Chauhan, Chairman, Amity Universitysaid, “We are confident that these highly innovative and futuristic programs taught by top global leaders and faculty will equip learners for tomorrows career challenges and fulfil the skill gap requirement for industry.”

Over two million jobs are expected to be created in the field of Blockchain, artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning by 2020, according to industry resources. Companies around the world are competing fiercely to hire advance skilled individuals, without whom they can’t hope to remain competitive.

Nasscom believes that AI alone can add $957 billion to the Indian economy in next 15 years, thus opening up doors for innovation for both start-ups and large organizations.

“Today, we are one of the few universities globally who are ready to produce graduates with the requisite futuristic skills at a rapid pace,” said Mr. Siddharth Maheshwari, Director, Careers of Tomorrow by Amity University.