Jawaharlal Nehru Technological College Anantapur (JNTU-A) Engineering School is all set to begin new programs from this educational 12 months. In line with a report by ENS, JNTU-A will launch BTech Synthetic Intelligence and Machine Studying and MTech Bridge and Tunnel Engineering and MTech in Protection Expertise with the assistance of Protection Analysis and Growth Group (DRDO).
The Bridge and Tunnel Engineering course, which might be affiliated to the Division of Civil Engineering, can have 25 seats and admission to the course might be taken by Put up Graduate Frequent Entrance Check (PGCET) as per ENS. The Protection Expertise course, which is designed to supply extra job alternatives, can have 25 to 32 seats.
Moreover, JNTU-A, which has six departments, will get an extra division of Synthetic Intelligence and Machine Studying (AI&ML) from the present 2022-23 educational 12 months, thus taking the entire variety of departments to seven.
The AI&ML course, acknowledged by the All India Council for Technical Schooling (AICTE), will admit college students who’ve handed the Engineering Agriculture and Medical Frequent Entrance Check (EAMCET), other than those that have handed the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). Examination The AI & ML course, which is probably the most wanted engineering course in Pc Science Engineering, can have 60 seats and the course might be run beneath the Division of Pc Science Engineering, as per ENS.
JNTU-A entered right into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Union Ministry of Transport for beginning the Bridge and Tunnel Engineering course. The course will present job alternatives to college students with the Ministry of Transport, which is executing the development of nationwide highways and tunnels as a part of the Sagarmala challenge. Professor Sujatha, Principal, JNTU-A Engineering School, mentioned that the institute will begin three new engineering programs from this educational 12 months itself, in line with ENS.
“Bridge and tunnel engineering, protection expertise and synthetic intelligence and machine studying programs, that are in excessive demand, present higher job alternatives to college students graduating from them,” he mentioned, in line with ENS.