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Consider the following statements with reference to Rajiv Gandhi Centre of Advance Technology:
Which of the above statements is/are incorrect?
Rajasthan government is set to inaugurate a "one of its kind" finishing school which will be aimed to make tech graduates more employable.
The institute will be called Rajiv Gandhi Centre of Advance Technology.
R-CAT will conduct training programs on advanced and emerging information technologies with a duration ranging from one week to six months for professional graduates like BE/BTech, BCA, MCA, MBA, MSc (IT) and so on.
The school will issue industry standard certificates for the courses to the successful candidates.
It is pertinent to note here that the idea to set up such an institute was on the anvil for some time and the Chief Minister had announced the setting up of the centre to increase employability of students in last year's budget.
According to the Commissioner and Joint Secretary, Department of Information and Technology, Rajasthan, among the major targeted technologies at the centre would be Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI-ML), Blockchain, Augmented Reality/ Virtual Reality (AR/VR), Big Data Analytics, Robotics and Quantum Computing etc.
To set up the centre, the state government has collaborated with global tech giants like Oracle, VM Ware, SAS, RedHat, CISCO, CAD, and Autofina.
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