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PG Diploma in Robotics Process Automation

PG Diploma in Robotics Process Automation

Pune, July 19

MIT Centre for Future Skills Excellence, MIT Art, Design & Technology University Pune has introduced a new post-graduate diploma in Robotics Process Automation from August 2021 academic session.

On the occasion of World Youth Skills Day, July 15, MIT Art, Design and Technology University Pune signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CiTiS Infotech & InnoWise Global to jointly offer a PG diploma programme in Robotics Process Automation.

The main intention of this association is to build employable professionals to cater the demand of the ever-emerging global automation industry.

The curriculum for PG Diploma in RPA has been curated, designed, & developed in such a way that may help graduates and working professionals develop their talents with micro-credentials anticipated for future jobs.

Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad, Executive President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Harshad Sangle, Director and CEO, CiTiS Infotech, and signed the MoU. Mr. Sunder Rao Swarana, CMO-InnoWise, Shri Dighe, VP Education-CiTiS, Dr. Mahesh Chopade, Registrar-MITADT University, Dr. Dnyandeo Neelwarna, COE, Dr. Rahul More, Dean- Faculty of Skills & Work Integrated Education and Prof. Suraj Bhoyar, Project Director were present for the ceremony.

To stay ahead of the curve, MIT Centre for Future Skills Excellence (MIT-FuSE), MIT-ADT University offers industry-relevant post graduate programmes in AI/ML, Cloud computing, Cybersecurity, RPA, Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain, SAP-ERP to provide India's working professionals and graduates with the opportunity to further their ambition with the most in-demand skills that will prepare them for future careers.

These PG programmes will undoubtedly aid recent graduates as well as working professionals, in overcoming the loss of learning opportunities caused by the global pandemic.

The adoption of Robotic Process Automation (RPA) across multiple global industries viz. banking and finance, insurance, healthcare, manufacturing, transport & logistics, telecom, e-commerce is rising at a breakneck speed. These global industries are employing RPA to reap the cost savings of automation but are finding it difficult to find enough competent personnel to undertake the work, so robotic process automation (RPA) is becoming a popular career choice. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic's economic pressures, the RPA industry is predicted to increase at double-digit rates until 2024. Because of the rising demand and limited supply, professionals can consider a decent package from the start of their careers.

A career in RPA is extremely beneficial and profitable. This new technology will undoubtedly provide a large number of job possibilities around the world. When comparing salaries for persons with RPA abilities to those for other positions on the market, it is clear that those with RPA skills earn more. Developing skills in RPA tools will help you advance in your job.

Any graduate with Mathematics at Class XII or equivalent is eligible for the 11-month programme, which is divided into three trimesters with unique internship opportunities for better exposure.

The admission announcement with details is available on its official website.

The programme will commence from August 2021.

All programmes will be delivered through the LMS and can be accessed via a web-based learning app. In July 2021, the next cohort of SAP, AI/ML, Cloud Computing, and Cybersecurity will begin.

 www.mitfutureskills.org 

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