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From AI to Machine Learning, here are the new-age courses offered by IITs

With the IITs announcing new courses, those who have cleared the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Advanced 2020 have options to study emerging programmes. While BTech computer science is among the most sort-after courses across the Indian Institute of Technology, artificial intelligence and data science is expected to attract more undergraduate students.

IIT Delhi
Most of the new launches have come from the IIT-Delhi which was also the JEE exam conducting institute this year. IIT-Delhi has set-up ‘School of Artificial Intelligence (ScAI)’. Through this, the IIT will offer PhD programme from January 2021. The institute is also planning to offer postgraduate level degree courses at a later stage. The IIT aims to bring together more than 50 IIT-Delhi faculty members individually invested in various aspects of the field.

BTech in materials engineering: The Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi has launched an undergraduate programme, BTech in materials engineering. Enrollment for the course will start from this year itself and students who qualify JEE Advanced will be eligible to apply for the new BTech programme.