Karnataka boosts places in data science, AI and other courses to prepare youth for industry: education minister
Karnataka increases the number of places for IT and related courses
Karnataka Higher Education Minister Ashwathnarayan CN has announced that there has been an increase in the number of government quota seats for programs such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science. The Higher Education Minister said the decision to increase government seat quotas is taken to make the youth industry ready and employable.
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Taking to Twitter, the Higher Education Minister of Karnataka said, “With the vision of making the youth industry ready and employable, we have increased the places in new era skills like AI, machine learning, data science and others. Providing relevant training and future skills is our motto! »
With the vision of making young people industry-ready and employable, we have increased the slots in new era skills like AI, machine learning, data science and others. Providing relevant training and future skills is our motto!@CMofKarnataka @BSBommai @DCE_Karnataka @dpradhanbjp pic.twitter.com/XHofmVCPr1
— Dr Ashwathnarayan CN (@drashwathnarayan) October 7, 2022
The total number of places for the programs has increased from 21,804 in 2021-22 to 27,193 during the 2022-23 academic session. As many as 5,389 seats were added in total, according to the seat matrix released by the Karnataka Examinations Authority (KEA).
Up to 1,349 places have been added to IT and Engineering. 1,008 positions were added to Computer Science Engineering – Data Sciences, while 725 positions were added to CSE-Al Machine Learning.
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