Shiv Nadar University Launches BTech Course for academic session 2023-24

The Shiv Nadar University has launched a unified BTech program for admissions in Delhi-NCR. The admission will be done for various computer engineering and electrical engineering courses, and the student will be taught about various topics like electronics, electrical, and communications during the curriculum.

The university has planned to provide admission to various specializations, including embedded systems, nano-electronics, communication systems, modern energy systems, etc. The Shiv Nadar School of Engineering has introduced programs to fulfill the increasing demand of professionals in the industry for such fields. The university announced that the students would be provided with an ecosystem to cope with the ever-changing technology easily.

The curriculum for the courses has been designed by taking into consideration the demands of the industry about the professionals. The students will be able to get into the era of artificial intelligence. They can then implement their knowledge and experience into various fields like healthcare, automobiles, manufacturing cars that the operated driver-less, etc.The application forms for all the courses will be announced soon by the university on its official website; all the students interested in getting admission to any course will have to apply by submitting the application form.


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