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Business Analytics program launched in IITs

New Delhi, Apr 17 (UNI) Ivory Education, one of the companies focused on transforming education, has launched a Certificate Programme in Business Analytics from IIT Delhi, a statement here said on Wednesday.
The program will commence from July 2019.
Business Analytics is a game changer that will help organisations excel by compiling, analysing and interpreting information that will be useful for business. This program has been designed for building state-of-the-art skills in the area of Business Analytics. It covers all the modules required to excel in this area.
The brochure can be downloaded free of cost at www.ivoryeducation.com.
"Ivory offers this program in association with leading IITs including IIT Delhi, IIT Kharagpur and IIT Madras. On the completion of the program, the students receive a certificate from the IIT conducting the program," said Ivory Education Director Kapil Rampal in a statement.
The sector currently has a shortage of over 100,000 professionals in India alone. Internationally, the numbers are even higher.
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