MIT WPU collaborated with TCS iON, a Tata Consultancy unit, to offer online certificate programs that impart practical and industry-relevant knowledge. These courses will include the latest data technologies to prepare professionals for a data-oriented future.
The programs being offered are:
This 480-hour course will focus on Industry 4.0 technologies and train future professionals in Mechatronics, a multidisciplinary field in manufacturing, and IIoT, Industrial Internet of Things. Using a mixed learning model, students will learn through online lectures and practical instruction at the Learning and Assessment (L&A) Centre at the MIT-WPU campus in Kothrud, Pune.
The Mechatronics and Smart Industry program candidates must have finished Class X or be accepted in a B.Tech./B.Sc. or a diploma program.
Students who complete the curriculum will become knowledgeable in coding fundamentals, including data structures and algorithms. The course will be a combination of self-paced learning, live lectures, and hands-on learning. Students will have the opportunity to apply for over 6,000 relevant jobs on the market and pursue professions in industries like IT, finance and banking, healthcare, etc.
Students need a Diploma in Engineering and/or an active B.Tech/B.Sc./BCA degree to take part in this program.
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The course will help the professionals to fit the requirements of knowledgeable EV professionals who are to accelerate the newest developments. Students who enroll in the program will gain comprehensive industrial knowledge of important EV procedures, including production, upkeep, retrofitting, battery management, etc.
The Advanced Diploma in Electric Vehicle Technology is only eligible for candidates who have successfully passed their 10+2 from an approved board.
Venguswamy Ramaswamy, Global Head at TCS iON, said about the collaboration, “we are happy to partner with MIT World Peace University, bringing together the best of our offerings in these new programmes.”