On Wednesday, Jio Institute commenced its first academic year located on Mumbai’s outskirts. The first batch will start its pedagogue with two post-graduate courses, such as Artificial Intelligence and Data Science; Digital Media and Marketing Communications, when the classroom sessions start, i.e., on Thursday.
While addressing the Institute’s orientation, Nita Ambani said, “Jio Institute was born out of the dream which I shared with my husband Mukesh, to redefine higher education in India.”
Meanwhile, Ambani talking about the Institute, said, “It is an integrated setting for personal growth and a research-oriented culture that can catalyze national growth.”
According to the information mentioned by the Institute, the first batch of students are from the 19 different states within the country, and four are from outside countries like South Africa, Bhutan, Nepal, and Ghana.
By accompanying geographical and gender heterogeneity, the batch incorporates pupils from pedagogically multiple courses like Engineering, Science, Arts, Mass Media, Commerce, and Business Administration/Management Studies.