B.Tech in Computer Science & Artificial IntelligenceIncreasing access to computing power & explosion of digital data coupled with advances in AI are transforming every aspect of human life. The Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence program is not a traditional Computer Science degree, but combines a Computer Science core with machine learning, artificial intelligence, & human intelligence with a long term view that computing systems will be pervasive & that the interface of human & artificial intelligence will be a source of future grand challenges & opportunities for innovation. Application Deadline - Mar 21, 2021
What can you create?
Recognition SystemsYou can build higher quality and safer AI based facial recognition technologies and voice recognition systems to run our processes and applications, biometrics to secure our identities on public systems and a huge number of applications in our daily lives.
Personalized learning systemsYou can build AI based personalized learning systems that are paced as per individual preference, adapted to your interests, and have intelligent AI based tutors who help you just where you need it - to make your learning journey effective, adventurous and your own!
AI-based health solutionsYou can create AI based healthcare start-ups that help predict and diagnose diseases such as cancer and tuberculosis early with higher accuracy, through deep learning algorithms and image recognition technologies.
Music, art and moreCompanies already use big data to help people discover amazing new music and movies aligned to their tastes, find clothes they like better and more. Soon you can even use AI to create hit songs (look up “Not Easy”), create best-selling art and anything else you imagine!
Multidisciplinary approach & interdisciplinary perspective
Interacting with and drawing from multiple fields of expertise, making connections between disciplines, analyzing the humanistic, socio-economic, and technical contexts of problems.
Foundational Tech core
Developing an interdisciplinary foundation featuring math, physics, computer science and engineering principles such that they come together as an integrated whole, not segmented topics.
Design & research ability
Identifying and understanding human needs and solving problems creatively through sustained critical investigation.
Innovation & entrepreneurship mindset
Finding opportunities, identifying business models, embracing ambiguity to create value in the marketplace or in society.
Considering the social and human consequences of actions and responsibilities to others in local, national, and global communities; acting to improve the human condition.
Leadership & self-reflection
Creating impact through actively developing skills like communication, creativity, critical thinking and collaboration.
A student’s journeyYou will develop academic depth as well as diverse skill sets and mindset, across four years.
Year 1Foundational Year
You will begin your journey at Plaksha with fundamental courses in Quantitative Engineering Analysis, Coding in Context, Basic Sciences and Liberal Arts to develop foundational technical, social and humanistic understanding that will be core to every Plakshan.
Year 2Introduction to Major
After getting a flavour of the different majors in the first year, you can opt for the major of your choice in Year 2. Later in the year, you will start to take introductory courses specific to your major and the interdisciplinary areas of your interest.
Year 3Advanced Discipline & Electives
In the third year, you will focus on building depth of expertise in your major. You will start taking courses in advanced courses, technical curricular tracks and electives of your choice. You will find yourself connecting the dots through an eclectic mix of classes at the intersection of technology, sciences and liberal arts.
Year 4Capstone & Projects
In your final year you will get the opportunity to combine your knowledge, passion and skills through your capstone and projects - will involve you working in interdisciplinary teams on a real-world problem. You will also continue to take advanced electives in areas related or unrelated to your major.