Jamia will offer a short-term training programme in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Ayush Katiyar
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All UG, PG, and PhD students, as well as faculty with a background in mathematics, are eligible for the course. From July 4 to July 22, the training programme will last three weeks.


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Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) has announced a short-term training programme in AI and machine learning. According to a university official, registration is currently ongoing.


According to the university's brochure, the programme would last three weeks, from July 4 to July 22.


"The programme runs Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The sessions will be held both online and offline, according to the official.


According to the university, the course consists of both lectures and practical work under the supervision of competent professionals.


The course has 80 seats available, with 30 designated for offline participants and 50 reserved for online participants. Seats will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.


All UG, PG, and PhD students, as well as faculty with a background in mathematics, are eligible for the course.


Introduction to AI and Python Basics, Applied Data Science with Python, Machine Learning Algorithms, Deep Learning for Computer Vision using Keras and Tensorflow, and Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing using Keras and Tensorflow are the five modules that will be covered in the course.


According to the brochure, the course will be taught by industry practitioners and experienced faculty from JMI, with lectures also being delivered by faculty from IITs, NITs, IIITs, and foreign universities.


The content of the course is focused on key concepts and approaches in AI and ML. According to the brochure, the registration price for Jamia students and academicians is Rs 4,000, while it is Rs 6,000 for non-Jamia students and academicians.


According to the announcement, all students will receive resource materials and session slides from the lectures.


"Students would be graded on various quizzes and assignments throughout the course." "After completing their course, the students will receive a certificate from the university," the official explained.


In the year 2000, the Department of Computer Engineering was founded. In the 2023 NIRF rankings, JMI's Faculty of Engineering and Technology was placed 26th among all Indian engineering institutes.