Intel® Unnati: Data-Centric Labs in Emerging Technologies
Giving Students the Intel Edge
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There is a growing skill gap witnessed today between graduates from technical fields and the expectations of the IT industry. The government of India along with various institutes have launched several initiatives over the years to enable India’s transformational journey and bridge the growing skill gap. In its National Education Policy 2020 the government stressed on the need to enhance the curriculum for higher education to better equip the faculties and graduating students with industry relevant data-centric skills.
With education as a focus, Intel has launched multiple programs over the last 20 years for students pursuing higher education. The newly launched Intel® Unnati Program, is designed to help students keep pace with the fast-changing needs and expectations of the industry pushing Intel’s education agenda further.
About Intel® Unnati
The Intel® Unnati Program is focused on technology inclusion, and advancing students’ skills in emerging technology.
Programs under Unnati are curated to equip engineering students with relevant data-centric skills and cultivate them to be industry-ready, providing a strategic impetus to India’s digital economy transformation.
Through a network of system integrators, Intel aims to set up 100 Intel® Unnati Data-Centric Labs in emerging technologies. The program will also focus on expanding its network to include many educational institutes and universities providing them long-term capabilities in technology, lab infrastructure and enabling a greater focus on research and innovation.
Empowering Students with Industry Leading Labs
Intel Unnati labs include hardware and software stack recommendations from Intel experts, sample course content including hands on exercises and co-branded course completion certificates for students. Currently, the program offers institutes an opportunity to set up world class technology labs in four emerging technology areas:
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Labs
FPGA Solutions Labs
AI Internet of Things (AIIoT) Labs
Smart Mobility Labs
High Performance Computing (HPC) Labs
Deep Learning Labs