Uoh invites applications for Diploma in AI, Machine Learning
Hyderabad, Aug.19 (Maxim News): The Centre for Distance and Virtual Learning (CDVL) at the University of Hyderabad (UoH) invites applications for one year Diploma in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, which is specifically designed for working professionals (Engineers, Software and IT Professionals, Marketing and Sales Professionals and Managers) and graduate freshers. The minimum eligibility for the program is any degree with Mathematics in Intermediate (10+2) from any recognized University. The program is being jointly offered with AAIC (Applied Roots) who will provide the technical and placement support.
The program is divided into 2 semesters and offered in a blended manner with online videos and online live interactive sessions delivered by industry experts and academic experts from the UoH. The programme concepts of 5 subjects and project work, with a total of 43 credits including Essentials for AI, Data Analysis and Visualization, Machine Learning, Advanced Machine Learning, Deep Learning.
CDVL is currently offering 16 Diploma programs aimed at skill up-gradation, knowledge orientation and employability enhancement. The students who are already pursuing their full-time courses can also join these programs simultaneously. The admitted students will be given a well-prepared soft copy of the study material. The student will also have an online facility for accessing the video lectures and the study material. Alumni of CDVL include IPS officers, Central and State Government employees, corporate sector executives, MNC executives, working women, house wives and other fresh graduates.
Admissions are open now with the new batch commencing on September 15, 2021. The application process can be completed on www.appliedroots.com by paying the registration fee of Rs 300 through the payment link provided by UoH.
For further details contact: [email protected] and contact number 91-8080806983 & 040-24600264
Last date for submission of application is September 5. (Maxim News)