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Talent Sprint launches Data Science for Managers in association with Praxis B-School

Hyderabad. Feb 27 (UNI) Talent Sprint, a new-agedigital platform has launched ‘Data Science for Managers’ course in association with Praxis Business School.
Talking to newsmen on the occasion here on Tuesday, Talent Sprint MD and CEO Dr Santanu Paul said the Talent Sprint launching programmes in association with best-in-world –class partners. Our newest program “ Data Science for Managers” is with Praxis, a leading B-school known for its data science and analytics expertise. Our FinTech and Blockchain program which was launched recently with global industry leaders like Ripple, PayPal, Paytm Payments Bank, ICICI Bank, Indian Angel Network, he said.
According to a forecast by PWC, 2.7 million new data science and analytical jobs would be created by 2020. Business decisions are taken based on data. With volumes of data exploding on one hand and business decisions becoming complex on the other hand, it is critical for modern managers and business leaders to gain expertise in using data science tool chains. This is a universal skillset required across all industries, not just IT, he said.
Praxis Business School Foundation Co-Founder and Director Charanpreet Singh said that
Speaking on the occasion, Charanpreet Singh, Co-founder and Director, Praxis Business that all managers need to be data fluent. Praxis enjoys a nationwide 2 ranking for its full-time programs in business analytics. Data Science for Managers, was specifically designed for managers and business leaders across all sectors. It emphasizes case studies as a primary tool to build expertise in Data Science and is in sync with Praxis’ mission to empower managers with deep data skills. “ Praxis is happy to partner TalentSprint and bring its program to the working professionals of Hyderabad”, he said.
Dr Santanu Paul said that the Data Science for Managers program would start from March 2018. It would be initially offered in Hyderabad. The program would be led by the reputed experts Dr Prithwis Mukherjee, Charanpreet Singh and Asokan Pichai. The weekend four month course fee would be Rs two lakhs, he added.
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