Samsung’s flagship CSR program Samsung Innovation Campus completed the Coding & Programming course for the first batch of students from the Pulchowk Campus of Tribhuvan University (TU) Institute of Engineering (IoE). Now, the next batch of students will begin their course on Artificial Intelligence at the prestigious university.
Following the conclusion of the Coding & Programming course, students received their certificate of completion at a ceremony. Ms. Pramila Kumari, Hon’ble State Minister of Education, Government of Nepal, Mr. Sung June Park, Head, Nepal Office, Samsung Southwest Asia, and Dr. Shashidhar Ram Joshi, Professor & Dean, Tribhuvan University Institute of Engineering were present at the event.
“We’re very excited to have completed the first batch of our Coding & Programming course with eager participation from students and great support from the faculty and the university. We look forward to a long-term partnership with the prestigious Tribhuvan University Institute of Engineering to upskill students in future tech domains such as AI, Big Data & IoT. Our objective has always been to create capable Nepalese youths well adapted for the future and contributing to the rising economy of Nepal, particularly in the context of innovation and technology,” said Mr. Sung June Park, Head of Nepal Office, Samsung Southwest Asia.
Samsung Innovation Campus CSR Honing Youth in future tech skills
Samsung launched its global CSR program Samsung Innovation Campus at the Pulchowk Campus of Engineering in Nepal in December 2022. With it, Samsung seeks to train youth in Nepal on future tech skills. Courses range from Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, Big Data, and Coding & Programming. Additionally, it focuses on providing insights into contributing to the development of a strong technology and innovation ecosystem in Nepal. Students require knowledge of algorithms, data structures, and programming to be eligible for the course.
The program provides participants with real job skills and in-demand tech skills. As a result, students can improve their digital literacy, learning abilities, creativity, and employability.
“Tribhuvan University Institute of Engineering is delighted to run this prestigious course in Nepal. This is instrumental for the development and upskilling of our students. We completed the Coding & Programming course and it was highly appreciated. And I would like to thank Samsung wholeheartedly for running this course at the TU IoE,” said Dr. Shashidhar Ram Joshi, Professor & Dean, TU IoE.
The program also offers soft skills training to enhance students’ employability and ability to bring their knowledge to life. It nurtures problem-solving capabilities that will enable students to become innovative thinkers.
Experience for the students
Under this program, students will undergo a practical project component. In this, students will get challenges to present projects of social significance in which AI, Big Data, Coding & Programming, and IoT play a role.
Starting in 2019, Samsung Innovation Campus is part of Samsung’s global CSR vision. It carries the slogan “Together for Tomorrow! Enabling People”. Essentially, the program trains students and unemployed youth to be experienced in key technologies of the 4th Industrial Revolution, honing tech skills for the next generation workforce.
Samsung believes in using innovation to positively transform communities and create a better life for people through its CSR initiatives. Empowering youth through education is one of the best ways we can prepare our young people to boldly face the world of the future.
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