- 27 NxtWave students from 6 Indian states were selected for the 4.0 Tech Camp held in Dubai for winning the Fly High Challenge
- The students participated in a hackathon, attended masterclasses, and interacted with industry leaders
- NxtWave aims to help Indian students attain valuable insights into how the world of technology is evolving and how they can contribute to it
India, 05 April 2023: In an endeavour to provide students with enhanced exposure to 4.0 technologies, and strengthen their resolve to build careers in these emerging technologies, NxtWave, an upskilling company, recently held a four-day 4.0 Tech Camp in Dubai, UAE for its students.
27 students were selected for the tech camp out of thousands across India who participated in the Fly High Challenge, a unique challenge that was designed by NxtWave for its students to recognise the next wave of technology leaders. The challenge assessed their coding skills and encouraged consistent learning among students to secure their seats for the tech camp.
Speaking about the initiative, CEO of NxtWave, Rahul Attuluri said - “The 4.0 Tech Camp was designed to further encourage students and create an opportunity for them to explore newer forte of Technology. By participating in the event, students gained valuable insights into how the world of technology is evolving and how their careers are going to be.”
He added, “NxtWave has been extremely successful in creating job-ready tech professionals through its training programs. Over the last couple of years, 1250+ companies, from fast-growing startups to Fortune 500 giants have hired thousands of NxtWave learners. 4.0 Tech Camp is another step forward to provide industry-relevant exposure to the Indian youth.”
At the 4.0 Tech Camp, the students participated in a day-long hackathon where they exchanged and gained knowledge about ongoing digital transformation in India. They learned about inculcating an entrepreneurial mindset and creating solutions to the problems they face and turning them into businesses through value creation.
After special sessions on how D2C companies are built using technology and case studies of successful tech companies, students participated in teams, and came up with innovative startup ideas. Using no-code tools, they got the website, product, and vision ready by the end of the hackathon.
Speaking about her experience at 4.0 Tech Camp, Rashi Chauhan, 2nd year Engineering student from Noida said, "I learnt a lot about Artificial Intelligence, Metaverse, Blockchain, NFTs, Fintech and many more emerging technologies. While working as a team in a hackathon, I improved my communication and leadership skills. This tech camp pushed me out of my comfort zone and increased my awareness of technologies drastically."
The students also attended masterclasses and visited multiple organizations where they learned from industry experts like Mr. Nikhil Nair, Consumer Business Leader - Middle East, Turkey & Africa, HTC Vive; Mr. Sonam Kaithan, a Fintech leader in UAE, and Mr. Alaa Alsweileh, Head of Digital, Gulf, Samsung Electronics. During interactions with experts, students learned how companies are shifting their businesses towards the metaverse and witnessed some of the cutting-edge projects happening at these companies.
Apart from intense learning, the students also got the chance to explore engineering marvels in Dubai by visiting iconic places like the Dubai Mall, the Burj Khalifa, and the Dubai Frame. The city tour provided them with a glimpse of the rich cultural and technological landscape of Dubai. The event was a success and is expected to continue in the future, inspiring more students to become leaders in the field of 4.0 technologies.
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