The COVID19 pandemic has changed the world especially the way it perceives technology. New technologies have been adopted by diverse industries in ways that was not thought possible even a few years back. Entire business sectors are moving 20-25 times faster than they thought possible on things like developing supply-chain redundancies, enhancing data security, and increasing the use of advanced technologies.
A Report published by Gartner on The IT roadmap for data and analytics says that by the end of 2024, 75% of enterprises will shift from piloting to operationalizing AI thereby driving a 5x increase in streaming data and analytics infrastructure. By 2023, more than 33% of large organizations will have analysts practicing decision intelligence. By 2022, public cloud services will be essential for 90% of data and analytics innovation. By 2022, 35% of large organizations will be either sellers or buyers of data via formal online data marketplaces, up from 25% in 2020. Blockchain technology will provide the full lineage of assets, transactions and transparency for complex networks of participants.
For stakeholders in the education system, this has created new challenges. We need to keep our finger on the pulse of market trends. We need to be aware of new technologies and their directions. And we need to ensure that we are on the ball when it comes to reskilling our students around the most relevant technologies of the future, so that we are able to enhance their career prospects.
TLP is an ongoing online experiential program that is specifically designed for students pursuing higher education in engineering and computer applications. There is a parallel stream on offer that is specifically designed for high school students. It is offered as an annual subscription. Every year, the program changes its coverage to ensure that participants are able to adapt to rapid changes in the global technology eco-system. Its main goal is to help students and their instructors stay up to date with the latest trends and technologies. It helps participants nurture key life skills like life-long learning, innovation, problem solving and design thinking in addition to core technical skills around the most impactful new technologies of the day.
This program is delivered completely online and includes
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FICE has been up-skilling students and faculty in top engineering colleges around India on state-of-art technology for the last 12 years. FICE has a long term strategic relationship with Intel which is a global technology leader. Participants will benefit from their combined global know-how and perspective.
The latest in technology with a focus on today and the future:
Participants will learn relevant technologies of today and will explore how the world will be, from a technology perspective, when they enter the higher education system.
Develop technology innovation and business skills:
Innovation and business skills are critical to success in every domain. Participants will learn globally validated methodologies that will help them meet current and future challenges.
Develop key future skills:
Participants will develop key future skills during this program including leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, problem-solving, project management, and entrepreneurship. These skills will hold them in good stead throughout their life.