NSHM launches new courses which aim to make students industry-ready

Mr Pradip Chopra, Chairman, iLead addressing the gathering in the presence of Prof. Saikat Maitra, Vice Chancellor, MAKAUT and Mr Cecil Antony, Chief Mentor, NSHM Knowledge Campus

NSHM Knowledge Campus, one of the most sought after educational institutes, will introduce 19 specialised new Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses starting this Academic Session, 2018-19.

 

With the whole world undergoing a complete paradigm shift in the education sector, NSHM is offering a gamut of specialized courses, as newly affiliated by the University. The courses are BBA in Sports Management and Global Business, B.Sc in Gaming & Mobile Application, Interior Designing, Behavioural Science & Applied Psychology, Culinary Science and Medical Lab Technology, M.Sc in Data Science, Human Computing & AI, Information & Cyber Security, Clinical Psychology and Hospitality Management and Masters in Travel & Tourism Management, Optometry and Public Health, M.Sc in Dietetics,Fashion, Digital Films &Visual Communication.

 

For the first time, NSHM is also going to be double shift college—Day and Evening from the ensuing academic year.

 

Addressing a Press Conference here today, Prof. Saikat Maitra, Vice Chancellor, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology (MAKAUT, formerly WBUT) said NSHM Knowledge Campus has championed the cause of the new era by introducing the much-needed forward looking courses. The group has thoroughly researched and understood the need of the hour. Education should be able to produce quality human resource that would seamlessly integrate into the industry and work profitably. The new courses aim to make students industry-ready and will be different from the traditional courses.

 

Prof. Maitra said MAKAUT has made a huge difference to the quality of technical education in West Bengal and that the university will continue to usher in more changes.

 

NSHM Chief Mentor & Trustee, Mr Cecil Antony said NSHM is investing over Rs.35 Cr. to build up state of the art infrastructure for the new courses.

Mr. Antony also said, education is ever-changing, especially in a world with rapid technology advancement. As new technologies and methods become available, the way we teach and are taught must by necessity change as well. Core principles and basics of education remains, yet the method by which these are accomplished must by necessity adapt to meet the needs of students and the workforce. The new courses would achieve this aim perfectly. The NSHM Group is totally now focussed on getting quality faculty members and building International alliance

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