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    Will courses on new age technologies become interdisciplinary?

    There is a rise in the demand for new-age technologies for future like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet Of Things, Cloud Computing, Blockchain, etc across most of the industries. So then will these courses, along with those in programming languages, become multidisciplinary for all graduates, be it B.Tech. or non-IT streams or even MBAs? Or will these be restricted to Computer Science or IT graduates only? What are your views on this?
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    As these are related to IT field it is natural that they would embrace them for securing the jobs for their students whether directly or through campus recruitment. At the same time whenever some new prospects are generated in the market for jobs then there is a tendency of many private institutes and academies to come out with a plethora of certificate and diploma courses to facilitate the students for quick skill developments in the area and then get some job in the associated industries. So, this is one thing that is like the silver lining in the clouds and many students who are not very meritorious can take this route to build a career in these niche disciplines.
    Knowledge is power.


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