Alibaba will instruct university students in Pakistan about cloud computing

A contract was inked by the University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Mardan, and Alibaba, a Chinese multinational corporation, to train students in cloud computing.

As part of the arrangement, UET Mardan will have access to the learning materials provided by Alibaba Cloud, including those related to big data, robotics, machine learning, cloud computing, and cloud security.

Additionally, the students will have free access to cloud-based resources, certificates, and courses.

The partnership aims to improve the students’ cloud computing skills and get them ready for new prospects.

The two sides intend to quickly sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to acknowledge the significance of young people’s skill development.

Prof. Dr. Sadiq Ullah, vice chancellor of UET Mardan, stated that this initiative would assist the university’s students and researchers in gaining access to better job opportunities on a global scale. The university also plans to forge additional partnerships with foreign universities in the near future to further excel in technological advancements.

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