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Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) winner students go under IBM and NITI Aayog internship programme, features, details aim.gov.in

NITI Aayog and IBM announced the internship program for the students selected under the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) on October 11, 2018.

Under this internship program, 38 students will receive two weeks' internship. 14 teachers of Atal Thoughts (ATL) have also been selected from different states like Assam, Himachal Pradesh, Andaman and Nicobar and other states. They all gather together to discuss their thoughts, collaboration and new dimensions.

These students will be taught skills for new careers in areas such as artificial intelligence, internet, cybersecurity, cloud computing and blockchain. In addition to being trained in emerging technologies, students will also be trained in skills at the workplace during times of crisis. This initiative is part of IBM's commitment to adopting the next generation of future jobs in the fastest growing areas of technology.

Under this program, the selected teachers of ATL will be trained by IBM volunteers and consultants so that they can become an innovation coach. The two-week program has been designed in such a way that students can experience corporate environments as well as get a chance to learn about new technologies.

For the purpose of further strengthening this program, the top performing students will be strengthened for their technical skills and prepared for the future job.


 

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