Delhi University is planning to begin the learning process of technical courses now. The varsity is taking help from the industry experts to design the syllabus of technical courses. From the next academic session, students will be able to pursue BTech in Delhi University.
As per the fourth industrial revolution, classes for BTech in Delhi University will regulate. So, the fourth industrial revolution depicts the digital transformation of production and other industries. It also includes the value creation processes.
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THE COMMITTEE WILL TAKE THE DECISIONS FOR B. Tech IN DELHI UNIVERSITY
On the other hand, Yogesh Singh is the new Vice-Chancellor of Delhi University. He said that Professor DS Chauhan is the chairman of the committee. He was earlier the former vice-chancellor of Uttarakhand Technical University. Moreover, Professor Madhusudan Singh from Delhi Technological University is also a member of the committee.
Moreover, B. Tech in Delhi University will begin according to the requirements of Industry 4.0. It will include various disciplines like artificial intelligence, data analytics, computer science, and Internet of Things. On the other hand, the varsity will take all the decisions regarding the technical courses as per the recommendations of the committee members.
WHAT IF THE COURSE DOESN’T LAUNCH IN THE NEXT SESSION?
However, If B. Tech in Delhi University will not begin in the next academic session, it will definitely start from 2023. However, the target is to launch it next year only.