The 21st century will be known for the advances made in the field of science and technology by humankind and at the centre of this is the world of digitization.
With more and more industries and sectors adapting to digitization as a way forward, there is a huge requirement for innovation, creativity and skilled professionals.
To fulfil this demand, industries and companies are looking up to new-age engineering graduates to use digital technology and application to improve existing business processes and workforce efficiency, enhance customer experience, cut costs, and launch new products.
India has nearly 5000 engineering colleges, this means there is a lot of potential for engineering graduates, if they are provided with the right educational training and trained on the right skills.
Watch this webinar “A strong engineering foundation for Digital Innovation” as our presenter and the principal of East Point College of Engineering, Dr. Prakash Sheelvanthmath, talks to Mr. Subramaniam Shivakumar, COO of World Research Centre, about the importance of having a strong engineering foundation to innovate in the modern world of digitization, while also discussing some basic questions like “Who is an engineer?” to deeper topics like “What colleges can do to prepare India’s youth to contribute to digital innovation?”