Dr. Robert- Director, "School of Digital Science" interacting with the students
GREATER NOIDA, India
- Feb. 19, 2014
-- Greater Noida Institute of Technology organized a lecture on ‘Enterprise Architecture’-
Career Opportunity in the field of Digital Science. Dr. Robert A Walker- Director, “School of Digital Science”, Kent State University enlightened students about this course. The event was organized in the supervision of Mr. B L Gupta- Vice Chairman, GNIOT Group of Institution. Along with Dr. Banerjee- Director of GNIT, Dr. M.K. Dewan, Dr. Yuvraj Bhatnagar –Director GNIOT-CM and faculty members were also present at the occasion. The event has been organized for B.Tech 2nd
year students. Around 300 students attended the event.
Speaking on Enterprise Architecture Dr Walker said that the industry requires well versed professionals in many discipline together. Many streams like IT, Change Management, Business Skills, Soft Skills and Designing come under this course. Speaking on the Enterprise Architect he said that these professionals understand the enterprise goals and design a layout like an architect. In this course, students will learn the skills of optimal utilization of available resources to attain desired results. He also informed that Enterprise Architect are of more importance in company take over cases, where along with working style and redesigning, managing human behavior is the challenge for an enterprise. These professionals are trained to tackle these situations.
Mr. B L Gupta expressed thanks to Dr. Robert and requested more lectures on the subject from him in near future. The motive of the event was to aware students about the new and emerging fields; it will help them in choosing their career paths.
The knowledge shared by proved very beneficial. Students seemed very satisfied and interested in this course as a career option. Answering the question of students, Dr. Walker said that this course will have better scope than MBA in near future. After the lecture, GNIT management discussed the feasibility of students exchange program with Kent State University and faculty exchange program. At the end Dr. Banerjee presented vote of thanks to Dr. Robert.