All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Taiwan hold hands to push collaboration effort between the two nations. The joint effort started by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India (TECC) – Education division, will concentrate on offer opportunities to Indian students and improving the business and academic collaboration among India and Taiwan. AICTE plans to encourage the relationship among Indian and Taiwan colleges.
“IT companies such as TCS, Infosys have been looking for skilled manpower who can be absorbed in the industries, soon after finishing college. Since Taiwan is known for its smart machine and Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) industries, our students will receive proper training and hands-on experience in the new emerging domains such as AI, ML, 3D painting, etc. while studying in the universities in Taiwan,” says Rajive Kumar, adviser, P&AP, AICTE said to leading media agency.
“Various Taiwan education centres have also been established in institutes including Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT M), Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI), OP Jindal Global University, that offers training in Mandarin courses and in-depth understanding of Chinese culture and history,” he adds. Apart from this, representatives from various Taiwan universities such as, National Formosa University (NFU), National Chin-Yi University of Technology (NCUT) and Asia University gave an insight on research and cooperative programmes and scholarships that are offered to the Indian students.