Nuvepro signs MoU with Kamaraj College of Engineering & Technology to make students Gen AI ready

Nuvepro signs MoU with Kamaraj College of Engineering & Technology to make students Gen AI ready

Bengaluru, 23 February, 2024: Upskilling cloud platform Nuvepro Technologies has collaborated with Kamaraj College of Engineering & Technology (KCET) to give students hands-on learning experience in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Through this Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Nuvepro will also be providing an “AI/ML 5 in a box” solution in collaboration with Intel and AWS.

The training modules have been designed to prepare students for future career roles and to make them Gen AI ready. As part of the comprehensive training program, Nuvepro, in partnership with AWS, will provide faculty and students with training and certification programs in AI and ML on the AWS platform. These training sessions will go beyond practice lab setups and will be in the form of structured training sessions to empower trainers and lecturers.

The unique AI/ML 5 in 1 Box, which is a joint venture between Nuvepro, Intel, and AWS. This will entail curricular support, faculty development, virtual labs amalgamation of Nuvepro’s cloud expertise, AWS’s content, and Intel’s technological prowess. This solid educational framework will be a win-win for both faculty and students at KCET.

Dr. A. Meenakshi, Professor and Head of the Department, Department of CSE, Kamaraj College of Engineering and Technology (Autonomous) said, “Our strategic alliance with Nuvepro signifies a profound commitment to academic excellence. We envision this partnership as a transformative force, where students not only gain cloud management expertise but also acquire invaluable real-world experiences, preparing our students to navigate and excel in the dynamic landscape of AI and ML.” The MoU will also help students secure internships and work-based learning opportunities in real-world cloud management projects.

As part of this MoU, KCET gains access to Nuvepro’s cloud management tools and technologies. This will allow the institution to develop and implement advanced cloud solutions tailored to specific client needs.

Nuvepro’s CEO, Mr. Giridhar L.V., said, “The Department of Computer Science and Engineering at KCET has already taken proactive steps by conducting Faculty Development Programmes and Student Peer Enablement Programmes, ensuring a smooth integration of Nuvepro’s cloud offerings into their academic framework. This partnership exemplifies Nuvepro’s commitment to fostering education, innovation, and industry collaboration, further solidifying its position as a leader in cloud management services.’’

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