The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, has launched the second batch of BFSI Tech programs offered in partnership with WileyNXT – an online learning platform. This course is specifically designed to address the needs of future workplaces and aims to empower students with future skills, tools and techniques that go beyond the tasks at hand.
It’s a long six-month course that involves immersion training, experience projects and working the end-to-end real business problems. All students will be awarded a Certificate of Graduation on the successful completion of the program. The next collection of the program will begin in November 2021.
Nearly 100 experts have benefited from the ‘BFSI AI’ program offered by WileyNXT and IIT Roorkee. The collection consists of graduates and candidates for BE, B.Tech, M.Tech, BCA, MCA and other technology programs. Tech professionals who aspire to high-growth work at BFSI as well as two-year-old financial and business nominees are also part of the program.
Drs. Durga Toshniwal, Professor, Department of Technology and Engineering and Head – Center for Transportation Systems (CTRANS), Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, said, “The Covid-19 epidemic has accelerated digital adoption and implementation. Businesses in industries and verticals focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, and other state-of-the-art technology to facilitate operations. Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI) are not here. Given the growing number of technology-led job opportunities emerging in the sector, we are pleased to facilitate the necessary skills and learning. The student feedback received by these courses is encouraging and we are happy to be part of the WileyNXT program. ”
Vikas Gupta, Executive Director, Wiley India said, “We are delighted to be part of India’s first state-of-the-art technology center, IIT Roorkee to offer special BFSI AI certification to students looking to make a big difference. in their activities. We strive to prepare students for future workplaces that are governed by a culture of temporary, digital and new technology. ”