IIT Guwahati and TPL Partner to Launch AI and Cybersecurity Programs

IIT Guwahati launched two new graduate certificate programs in artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.

IIT Guwahati launched two new graduate certificate programs in artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati has signed an agreement with Times Professional Learning (TPL) to launch two graduate certificate programs. The agreement led to the development of a graduate certificate program in cybersecurity and a graduate certificate program in artificial intelligence and deep learning.

These programs aim to provide career enhancement and skills upgrading to meet the demands of industry and business.

About the PG Cybersecurity Course

The Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate program will span an eight-month period.

The course will provide career enhancement and skills upgrading for positions such as Network Security Specialist, Cyber ​​Security Analyst, Cyber ​​Security Architect, Cyber ​​Security Manager, etc.

About the PG course in artificial intelligence

  • The Graduate Certificate Program in Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning will run over a period of nine months.
  • The course aims to provide candidates with a detailed understanding of AI and deep learning through a comprehensive curriculum.
  • The newly created course will focus on fundamental and advanced learning through topics such as Python programming, data analysis, neural networks, computer vision and image recognition, etc.
  • Students will be prepared for professional roles which involve a high level of technical skills and training.

Educational requirements and certificates to be awarded

  • Interested applicants should have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 50% marks and at least two years of work experience in IT or software development.
  • Upon completion of the program, applicants will graduate from the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati and Times TSW.

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Sam D. Gomez