Manipal Global, a leading education services’ organization, launches the Axis Bank-Manipal School of Data Analytics, the country’s first job-assured online programme in data science and analytics, in collaboration with Axis Bank, India’s third-largest private sector bank.
Robin Bhowmik, Chief Business Officer, Manipal Global, stated, “We are delighted to announce the establishment of the Axis Bank Manipal School of Data Analytics. This is a one-of-a-kind programme that enables individuals to transform themselves and acquire the essential technology and problem-solving abilities to land a job. This strategic agreement with Axis Bank enables us to hire data analysts with industry experience and accelerate the bank’s digital transformation.”
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The School of Data Analytics provides a three-month online degree that includes a two-week practicum. The first group will be trained on the fundamental principles and techniques of data science and analytics, big data, and machine learning with Python, beginning this month. Students will get the opportunity to apply their technological expertise and apply tools and concepts in a variety of scenarios.
The curriculum is aimed towards recent graduates and those with up to three years of experience in technology/analytics professions. The curriculum will be delivered online by some of Manipal’s greatest instructors. This is an excellent chance for engineers and individuals with a background in mathematics or statistics, as the course guarantees employment for its graduates.
Axis Bank has recently increased its digital infrastructure investment to provide smart and secure digital banking solutions to its institutional and individual customers. The bank has been at the vanguard of digitization, from machine learning-based chatbots to the implementation of conversational online banking. The bank needs highly trained professionals who can contribute to business growth through data and insights to keep up with the increased demand for digital banking services.