Early admission to NIIT University (NU) for the academic year 2023 has been announced. Applications are being taken for programs such as Integrated Masters in Business Administration, BTech in Data Science, and BTech in Cyber Security, according to an official notice. The university claims to have had a track record of 100% placements for students who have opted for the same. Students have been previously placed in over 700+ organizations like IBM, PWC, GenPact, EnY, Coca-Cola, Cognizant, Infosys, and TCS (Tata Consultancy Services), to name a few.
Parimal Vijay Mandke, vice president, NIIT University recently told Dataquest that the university offers a range of new-age programs such as BTech in Data Science, BTech in Cyber Security, BTech in Computer Science and Engineering, BTech in Electronics & Communication Engineering, BTech in Biotechnology, 5-year integrated MTech programs, 3-year BBA and Integrated Masters in Business Administration.
She had also stated that students need to be trained to adapt to the ever-changing world, and even though an economic recession might affect students’ choice of field, the right skills will guide them in any situation. The mentioned courses may help students in becoming recession proof.
Courses at NIIT University Students can Pursue after 12th Grade
According to the release, after 12th grade, students can pursue BTech in Computer Science and Engineering, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Biotechnology, five-year integrated MTech, three-year BBA, and four-year integrated Masters in Business Administration (iMBA) programs. As a university, we have a strong industry relationship and recognise the evolving skill requirements that organisations face today," NIIT University President Rajesh Khanna stated.
Furthermore, students with a JEE score are excluded from the NU aptitude exam (NUAT) and can attend personal contact with the faculty panel immediately. According to the official announcement, students who have previously applied may be eligible for a scholarship upgrade based on their JEE results.