Samsung is bringing its Innovation Campus program to Nepal. The company has collaborated with Tribhuvan University Institute of Engineering to provide ICT students with different training and practical education at the Pulchowk Campus. In this article, we will learn more about the Samsung Innovation Campus and how it will benefit students at Pulchowk Campus, Nepal.
Samsung Innovation Campus
Samsung is among the world’s leading consumer brands and is a known name even in Nepal. The company is primarily known for its wide range of Galaxy smartphones. However, it also offers other consumer electronics and home appliances as a part of its diverse portfolio.
Samsung launched the Innovation Campus back in 2019 as part of its global Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. With the motto of “Together for Tomorrow! Enabling People” the program aims to prepare students for the 4th Industrial Revolution.
The Innovation Center equips ICT students with technical and soft skills training to help them with their future employment prospects.
Samsung Innovation Campus at Pulchowk IOE, Nepal
Samsung held a ceremony at the Pulchowk Campus of Tribhuwan University Institute of Engineering, where Mr. Devendra Paudel, Hon’ble Minister of Education, Science and Technology inaugurated the Innovation Campus along with Mr. Sunj June Par, Head of Samsung Nepal Office, Mr. Park Chong-Suk. Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Nepal and Dr. Shasidhar Ram Joshi, Dean of Tribhuvan University Institue of Engineering.
“At Samsung, co-prosperity is one of our core values and we stand by it at all times. With our global CSR program Samsung Innovation Campus, we aim to positively impact the lives of youth in Nepal, enhancing their skills in high-tech domains such as AI, IoT, Big Data and Coding & Programming that are in demand among businesses today,”
What will students learn at Innovation Campus in Pulchowk Campus?
Students at the Samsung Innovation Camus will get a chance to enroll in courses related to Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, coding, programming, and the Internet of Things. (IoT). Since these are all ICT-related courses students will need to have some knowledge of algorithms, data structures, and programming to get selected.
These courses will encourage, and ICT students to implement their knowledge in real-life with projects with social significance. In addition, students will also get to improve their employability with different soft and job preparation skills training.
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