New Delhi :
Samsung’s innovation lab has been set up at Indian Institute of Technology, Jodhpur (IIT Jodhpur) as part of Samsung Digital Academy, Samsung’s CSR initiative to bridge the digital divide and proficiency gaps in the country by skilling students on cutting-edge technology.
This Innovation Lab at IIT-Jodhpur will expose students –
An innovation lab of Samsung was inaugurated at IIT-Jodhpur in Rajasthan at an online event on Friday. The event was inaugurated by Ajay Prakash Sawhney, secretary of the Ministry of Electronics and IT.
On the inaugural occasion, IIT Director Santanu Chaudhury said that this Innovation Lab at IIT-Jodhpur will expose students to the new technology of augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) and help them learn industry-relevant skills and make them job-ready.
.@SamsungIndia‘s #innovation lab has been set up at @IITJ_Official, as part of Samsung Digital Academy, #Samsung’s CSR initiative to bridge the digital divide and proficiency gaps in the country by skilling students on cutting-edge #technology. pic.twitter.com/g5zdZ80bCo
— Ministry of Education (@EduMinOfIndia) November 27, 2020
Lab has been set up as part of –
“It would also provide an impetus to research and development in the area of augmented reality and virtual reality furthering the national mission of the Aatmanirbhar Bharat,” he said. The lab has been set up as part of Samsung Digital Academy, Samsung’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiative that aims to bridge the digital divide and proficiency gaps in the country by skilling students on cutting-edge technology.
Present persons were –
Among the present persons were, Kaushik Saha, chief technology officer, Samsung R&D Institute India; and Deokho Kim, MD and CVP, Samsung Research and Development Institute., Mugdha Sinha, secretary to Government, Art, Literature, Cultural & Archaeology, and Director General, Jawahar Kala Kendra, Rajasthan, was the guest of honour.
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New Delhi :
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New Delhi :
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