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CT Group collaborates with IBM to provide value added courses

Jalandhar, June 30, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
CT Group of Institutions has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with IBM India Pvt Ltd. to launch value added courses for MBA, B.Tech, BBA and BCA.

During the signing of MoU, official from IBM namely Khushbu Datwani, Leader Growth Initiative was present along with CT Group Chairman Charanjit S Channi, Managing Director Dr. Manbir Singh, Director Campus (Officiating) Dr. Anupamdeep Sharma and Director Research Dr. Jasdeep Kaur Dhami. Besides, Manish Sharma, Rajat Munjal and Bhawna from IBM were also present during the signing ceremony.

While telling about this collaboration, official from IBM said, “We’re happy to get collaborated with CT Group and our programs will focus on certain techniques for making students industry ready. We will provide courses like data science and artificial intelligence, cyber security and ethical hacking, data security, business analytics etc. These courses will prove quite fruitful in the overall development of students.”

Campus Director Dr. Anupamdeep Sharma said “The programs bring together the current software content, real-world industry experiences, hands on lab courses and case studies for the participants. The participants will receive official certificate at the completion of the course.”

Meanwhile, CT Group Chairman Charanjit S Channi said, “Big data without Artificial intelligence is a big headache. Every business in the world, every corporate shall need AI to civilise and digest big data and make sense out of it. Indeed, this collaboration with nourish the students to become the faces of tomorrow and experts of such many needed domains.”

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