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Applications of Big Data transcend disciplines. Use of predictive analytics pervades diverse disciplines as oil and gas, marketing and sales, sports, molecular biology, drug-designing, waste management, finance, and the list is very long. Smart cities, for example, are the melting pot where a variety of big data technologies mesh with one another to transform a city into a semi-intelligent being. In Marketing and Sales, for example, Big Data is fast emerging as a potent tool to gain deeper insights into Customer behavior and thereby act as a strong driver in spurring innovation. In manufacturing, operations managers are employing advanced analytics on historical process data to identify patterns and relationships among discrete process steps and inputs, and then optimize the factors that prove to have the greatest effect on yield.
FORE School of Management New Delhi along with Tech Mahindra Growth Factories Ltd, will prepare the future Big Data Engineers to fulfill the market demand.
1. Online Classroom Learning ( Live Interactive sessions, Case Studies, Assessments) 2. Virtual Machine (VM) having Big Data Lab (Working on tools like Hadoop, Spark, Hive, Tableau) 3. Interactive Sessions by Industry Experts 4. Capstone Project ( Solving real-world problems using a range of techniques & tools) Practical Exercises on real industry data
Program Director: Prof Shilpi Jain is a Professor of Business Administration in the Information Technology Department at FORE School of Management. She also serves on the institute’s Research Committee. Prof. Jain has held research positions in a variety of functional areas. During her stint at Infosys Research Labs, she has designed prototypes for virtual teams enabling paired programming, country risk analysis framework, and a prototype for dynamic resource sharing across geographies. Her current research is in applied and empirical software engineering, user behavior on social media & e-commerce, digital inclusion at the grassroots level, and adoption of disruptive technologies, which includes digital currency, gamification, and enterprise systems on the cloud. She chairs several executive education programs on e-commerce strategies, disruptive technologies, managing business on the cloud, data summarization, and business storytelling with data.
FORE School of Management has been designing, developing and conducting innovative Executive Education (EE)/ Management Development Programmes (MDPs) for working executives in India for over three decades.