IP University, Aviation India collaborate to train students in drone, AI technology

IPU: Collaboration between IP University, Aviation India to help students to participate in national, international championships


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Abhiraj P | February 22, 2022 | 08:22 PM IST

NEW DELHI: The Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University (GGSIPU) or IP University (IPU) is collaborating with Aviation India, an organisation that promotes aviation sports and championships in the country, to train students in drone and artificial intelligence (AI) training and to encourage the culture of computer science, youth affairs and sports in different sectors. AVIATION India is an integrated part of the Aviation and Space Federation for Universe.

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An agreement signed between IP University and AVIATION India aims to facilitate students with opportunities to participate in national and international championships, and hence increase their career opportunities in drone technology and Artificial Intelligence, said a statement from IP University.

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According to the university, the collaboration between IPU and Aviation India will provide opportunities for students and faculties of the university to share knowledge globally and help the youth in India, especially Delhi, to increase their skill-based capacity.

“The India Chapter is working towards putting together a national team for participation in various world championships, which presents as a good opportunity for the students of computer science, engineering and sports to gain global exposure and learn from the best,” said the statement.

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The agreement between the IP University and Aviation India was signed by the IPU vice-chancellor Mahesh Verma and executive director of the board of International Aviation Games, Ashu Gupta.

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