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  • Writer's pictureAnustup Kundu

Specialised B.Tech Programmes in Cloud Computing, Data Science, and AL/ML are Launched by Techno India Group in Collaboration with Google

News Desk, News Nation 360 : Leading educational and corporate conglomerate Techno India Group (TIG) is pleased to announce a ground-breaking collaboration with Google Cloud to provide three specialised B.Tech programmes in IT and computer science and engineering (CSE and CSE). Google has approved these creative programmes that will offer students a rare chance to learn from the finest in the tech and education sectors while receiving an industry-relevant education of the highest calibre. Techno India is launching a new B.Tech (CSE/IT) programs with Google Cloud specialization in Cloud Computing, Data Science, and Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning. These programs aim to equip students with in-demand skills to make them

industry-ready upon graduation. The curriculum is designed in collaboration with Google to ensure students learn the latest technologies and gain practical experience. Students will benefit from the expertise of both Techno India's faculty and Google industry experts. Additionally, they will have access to Techno India's advanced labs and Google's cloud infrastructure to enhance the learning experience. Overall, these specialized programs aim to empower students in Eastern India and foster innovation in the job market. Meghdut Roychowdhury, Chief Innovation Officer, Techno India Group stated that We are excited to be collaborating with Google to introduce these unique B.Tech programmes as a part of Techno India University's School of The Future. This partnership demonstrates our dedication to giving our students a top-notch education and making sure they are future-ready. For students in Eastern India, these programmes will open new doors and equip them with the skills necessary to prosper in the digital age—a critical need in a world where disruptions seem to happen every day.

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