3 ways in which ICRI India helps develop leaders in clinical research, healthcare, and machine learning

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The fields of clinical research, healthcare, and machine learning have grown exponentially since the turn of the century, with the requirement for new-age professionals becoming all the more palpable in these verticals. It’s easy to see why this is the case – the sheer level of growth occurring in these industries mandates the need for a workforce that is well-versed with the modern and future developments of these sectors. This will allow them to carry out efficient and accurate predictive analytics to help propel growth in their respective industries.

Several institutes have been constructed to propel this development in clinical research, healthcare, and machine learning. One such prominent educational institution that has helped develop future-ready professionals to tackle the industry challenges of tomorrow is none other than ICRI. There are three ways in which ICRI meets these goals – they have a clear vision, mission, and objective in mind. By keeping these tenets at the core of everything they perform, ICRI has continuously succeeded in enabling a steady inflow of new-age industry professionals.

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So, what exactly do these three ways entail? Read on for a detailed look.

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ICRI’s mission has helped provide them with the hindsight to accomplish the goal of developing important figures and leaders in multiple fields. There are four key segments of this mission.

  • Creating industry-proficient professionals in the fields of clinical research, healthcare, and machine learning, to help them tackle the challenges of tomorrow.
  • Facilitating a conducive learning environment that promotes the intake of knowledge through regular training, research, and development.
  • Evolving as a thought leader across multiple verticals through various analytical activities.
  • Interacting and engaging with industry experts to acquire in-depth insights into current practices.


ICRI’s unwavering vision has helped them approach education with a multi-faceted approach, through the application of industry best practices. This vision is as follows: To be an institution of global standing that makes job-ready professionals in the industries of tomorrow. This message has helped ICRI effectively educate numerous students and provided them with a much-needed stepping stone to kickstart their career.


There are three primary objectives of ICRI that they have achieved year in and year out with numerous students.

  • Fostering an open culture and preparing them with an all-encompassing future roadmap to supply the highest level of knowledge, with an unwavering focus on applicability and scalability.
  • Forming a holistic learning ecosystem that goes beyond existing domain knowledge to ensure the development of a person’s problem-solving aptitude.
  • Enabling students and faculty to sync harmoniously and expedite the process of providing education through a combination of rigour and discipline.

Developing leaders in clinical research, healthcare, and machine learning has been one of ICRI’s many pervasive goals. There are three degrees in particular that help in achieving this goal.

Taking any one of these courses will pretty much ensure that little to no problems come in the way of an aspirant attaining the means to break into the field of their choice.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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