Vijayawada: The Cabinet decided to sanction Rs 97.95 crore to meet operational expenses of the International Institute of Digital Technologies (IIDT) in Tirupati.
The IIDT will now be a non-profit company under Section 8 of the Compan-ies Act. It will introduce new programmes from 2019 academic year.
The intake of students will be 250 per annum to increase to 400 by 2021.
Representatives of top companies like CISCO, General Electric, Citi Bank and Mind Tree will act as mentors of IIDT.
This institute has been established to produce en-gineers and next generati-on entrepreneurs in 2017 with courses in business analytics and cyber security....