1.5k Certified in Data Science, Project to Prepare 3,000 Students for Industry – The New Indian Express

By Express press service

VIJAYAWADA: Approximately 1,500 students across the state have been certified in Data Science under the Emerging Technologies Certification Initiative by the AP State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC), along with Indo Euro Synchronization (IES) . These students are drawn from various public and private universities and private engineering colleges from all districts of the state.

In line with the vision of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, APSSDC has developed the unique ecosystem of imparting the best skills to engineering students to prepare them for industry.
During the awards ceremony for the Hackathon under the Data Science program on Wednesday, APSSDC Chairman Konduru Ajay Reddy said the company took responsibility for the successful implementation of the mega event at the level of state and had focused on high-end skills activity for 3,000 engineering students across the state this year. in the fields of robotics, smart manufacturing, artificial intelligence, data science and e-mobility and other emerging technologies, which are indispensable to the young people of the current generation.

Government Advisor (Skills Development and Training) Challa Madhusudhan Reddy said, “Life goes on through hard work and willpower. And if you follow this mantra, you will succeed in life. APSSDC Managing Director S Satyanarayana called the scale and scope of the Data Science Hackathon 2022 unprecedented.

VIJAYAWADA: Approximately 1,500 students across the state have been certified in Data Science under the Emerging Technologies Certification Initiative by the AP State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC), along with Indo Euro Synchronization (IES) . These students are drawn from various public and private universities and private engineering colleges from all districts of the state. In line with the vision of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, APSSDC has developed the unique ecosystem of imparting the best skills to engineering students to prepare them for industry. During the awards ceremony for the Hackathon under the Data Science program on Wednesday, APSSDC Chairman Konduru Ajay Reddy said the company took responsibility for the successful implementation of the mega event at the level of state and had focused on high-end skills activity for 3,000 engineering students across the state this year. in the fields of robotics, smart manufacturing, artificial intelligence, data science and e-mobility and other emerging technologies, which are indispensable to the young people of the current generation. Government Advisor (Skills Development and Training) Challa Madhusudhan Reddy said, “Life goes on through hard work and willpower. And if you follow this mantra, you will succeed in life. APSSDC Managing Director S Satyanarayana called the scale and scope of the Data Science Hackathon 2022 unprecedented.

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