These programs will help students gain technical, managerial, and leadership skills, including improving the overall employment of students, including young professionals for strategic decision-making, business operations, data management and electric vehicle technology, high-demand jobs.
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay, Coursera Inc. In partnership with, (NYSE: COUR) has launched two new certification programs – Digital Transformation and Motors for Power Electronics and Electric Vehicles (EVs).
The four-month digital transformation certification, including live lectures, is designed for non-IT managers leading the digital transformation initiative. The course teaches how to identify organizational transformation opportunities through strategic implementation of new technologies and builds analytical skills to understand how to implement and implement the right solutions. It examines the challenges associated with scalability and the decision to create or purchase a new technology stack and develop the skills needed to successfully lead new ventures. The program will help advance careers, equipping apprentices to quickly impact business in response to technical disruptions. Rajendra Sonar, Professor, Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, IIT Bombay will teach the program. Senior Industry Leader Suhrid Brahma will be the visiting faculty at the event.
Power Electronics and Motors for Electric Vehicles (EVs), a 4.5 month certificate program, helps build the skills needed to advance in the field of electric vehicles (EVs). Students will gain insights into the design and development of new solutions optimized for India’s transportation future. The program covers courses in motor design, power converter design and motor drive. With the growing demand for qualified professionals with a worldwide spotlight knowledge on energy storage systems and power electronics and electric vehicles, this course will help students move ahead in the competition. The program will be taught by BG Fernandez, Kishore Chatterjee and Sandeep Anand, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay.