GUVI collaborates with AICTE
Madras-brooded startup GUVI is teaming up with the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) to upskill 10 lakh Indians in coding through a one-day free workshop called 'man-made intelligence For-India 1.0'. This occasion is required to establish the world precedent for the biggest coding workshop led on the web.
Directed towards understudies, IT experts, and anybody in the age gathering of 8 to 80 years keen on coding, the occasion is planned to be led on April 24, 2021. Enrollments have effectively started and should be possible on the GUVI's AI-for-India site.
For what reason is this occasion being held?
This activity, being taken up in memory of GUVI's Co-originator Sridevi Arun Prakash, is important for the startup's central goal to give preparation in Artificial Intelligence to One billion Indians and make India - the pioneer in the Artificial Intelligence field.
Featuring the destinations behind this activity, Dr Buddha Chandrasekhar, Chief Coordinating Officer, AICTE, Ministry of Education, Government of India, who dispatched the activity during a new occasion, said, "The Ministry of Education and AICTE need to give the best instruction and abilities to every Indian understudy, just as personnel and organizations."
"We have thought of an activity alongside GUVI that got chosen for NEAT (National Education Alliance for Technology) to upskill 10 lakh understudies in Artificial Intelligence," he said.