Functionup School of Technology Launches New B-Tech Course

  • The course is designed to enable students to gain invaluable experience and forge a distinct edge in the fiercely competitive tech job market

Indian engineering colleges churn out a large number of students every year, however, over 80 per cent of graduates every year remain unemployed. In order to overcome this challenge, FunctionUp School of Technology (FST) has launched a four-year offline B-Tech degree will be taught by IIT alumni. The course is conducted at Starex University in Gurugram, Haryana. There are already 100 students enrolled in the course and targeting to enroll 200 students for the current year batch and the college is targeting to enroll over 5,000 students in the next three years.

During the four years on the campus course in the college, the students will learn a comprehensive full-stack development learning experience in the first year, while the subsequent three years will be devoted to practical training with esteemed corporations.

The course is designed and taught by IITians. This will enable students to gain invaluable experience and forge a distinct edge in the fiercely competitive tech job market.

At the end of the four-year offline course, students will be awarded B Tech degree by FunctionUp School of Technology and a B-Tech degree in Computer Science (AI & ML), affiliated to Starex University with an assurance of 100 per cent placement or refund of the tuition fees.

According to Pritesh Kumar, Co-Founder & Director FST, “Prepare for first of its kind offline B Tech course backed by Y Combinator, Kunal Shah of Cred, Anupam Mittal of, Aman Gupta of boAt, LetsVenture, Good Water Capital and top US and Japanese investors. The course is a complete on campus course conducted in Starex University. While immersing in real world practical learning the students will continue to have fun in the college with overall personality development as a focus at the University.”

“We are tied up with 850+ hiring partners including Tesla, Facebook, Mercedes, AirBnB, Twitch, Myntra, Ola, Swiggy, Meesho, Ernst & Young, Oracle, Zomato, PayPal, Cisco and Deloitte to name a few, he added”

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