Dataquest is going to organize T-School conference on 22nd September in Delhi to present awards and appreciation to the Private Technical Schools of India which has helped in empowering students with the right skills to conquer the world of IT. We all know that educational scenario in India demands constant upgrades, new technology learning as well as facilities. The private education arena gives tough competition to world-renowned IITs.
On the same lines, Dataquest commenced infamous DQ CMR T-School Survey for the year 2017-18. Getting a respectable place in the private T-school list was not easy as the survey considered all qualitative aspects to match the standards of private institutions against the industry requirements and the changing aspect of the technology landscape. A cursory glance at the list is enough to understand how fiercely the private T-Schools have fought to grab their spot in the list. Private T-Schools have rapidly graduated to the next level, giving students competitive environment to learn, experiment, exchange knowledge, and prepare for the future challenges that they would be exposed to when they step out into their professional lives.
The findings underline that the private institutions are at par. They have invested in creating the best infrastructure and providing exposure to their students. The Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) in Pilani and Bannari Amman Institute of Technology have set the benchmark for the private institutions and thus, have stolen the show with the top two slots in the DQ-CMR Private T-School list. BITShas been at the forefront of delivering quality education and even outpacing some of the IITs in the country.
The Dataquest Talent & Leadership platform will host 150+delegates comprising of the dignitaries from government discussing the changing landscape in education policies, Corporate bigwigs such as HR leaders of the IT/ITeS companies, CXO’s/CIO’s/IT Heads/Decision makers on board, Chancellors/VCs, Registrars, Deans, Principals of Indian engineering colleges/IT buyers/IT decision makers of the engineering colleges and Strategists, consultants & experts from education fraternity.