India has great interest in promoting semiconductor industry: AICTE Chairman

New DelhiDr. Anil D. Sahasrabuddhe, President, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), while addressing the AI-powered Revolution Conference of Embracing Education, BYJU, said that India is very interested in promoting its semiconductor industry.

The Global Dialogue Forum in partnership with the Indian Association for the Club of Rome organized a conference – BYJU’S Embracing Education’s AI-powered Revolution – on 18 and 19 June, where experts from across the world discuss the latest technological advances in education and their implications. Of.

Byju’s co-founder and director Divya Gokulnath gave a special speech at the conference.

Giving his remarks, a European Commission official, Philon-Ashida Pierik, said that AI is a diverse tool but it is important to know the limits of such tools. He also said that one must look to the past to predict the future of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

In addition, Shreyas Jayasimha, co-founder of Arna Law spoke on the evolution of 5G and AI.

“AI driven revolution is for social and individual good. The responsibility lies with us as technology is a means to an end, not an end in itself. Symposia and proceedings by Global Dialogue Forum in association with The Club of Rome India Timely and meaningful is,” he said. He also talked about India’s world class potential in education.

Meanwhile, AICTE President Sahasrabuddhe clarified the National Education Policy (NEP) saying that no language has been left out.

“In schools and colleges, students are free to learn any language. Mandarin, German, French, Japanese.. One of the languages ​​students learn. They are all like open electives. We do not impose any language on anyone. Languages ​​are the same, including all Indian languages. There is no overemphasis.”

He said, “All Indian languages ​​are equally important like Tamil, Punjabi, Assamese, Marathi, Kannada, Bengali or Telugu. Similarly, all foreign languages ​​are also equal.”

“There is a lot of interest in starting semiconductor industries in India. These industries are located in Taiwan, in South Korea. Although the technology comes from the US.. Most of the manufacturing happens here and so we are building a database of all the languages ​​spoken on this side. Will be learned by our students so that they can go there and do internships too.”

First published:June 19, 2022, 9:57 pm

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