Business Analytics (BA) and its related terms such as Business Intelligence, Big Data, Data Mining,Data Science, etc. have become a powerful tool for growth in the 21st Century. McKinsey predicts that by 2018, there will be a 50% gap in the supply of data scientists versus demand. Which clearly means that the demand for data scientists and Business Analysts is increasing at a breakneck speed.
It is “the extensive use of data, statistical and quantitative analysis, explanatory and predictive models, and fact-based management to drive decisions and actions.”
Noble Analytica is a data analytics wing under Noble school of Business, it was formed with the aim of providing certification courses in the field of business analytics and to undertake research projects and deliver reports
Noble Institution has been tied up with Analytics Society of India, IIMB, Bangalore to offer certification courses in business analytics.
We at Noble Analytica also offer Foundation statistics to ug students.
About Certification Courses:
It contains 3 levels:
It includes concepts such as: The Science of Data-Driven Decision Making , Data visualization, Introduction to R, Supervised and Unsupervised algorithms.
It includes concepts such as: Aadvance forcasting, Optimization Analytics, Dimension Reduction Techniques, Regularised Regression Techniques, Ensemble Learning Techniques and Stochastic Models
It includes concepts such as: Introduction to Big Data Analytics, Advanced Supervised Learning Algorithms , Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning
Noble Analytica has successfully completed one business analytics batch, attached photo
Survey Reports done under Noble Analytica:
1. A STUDY ON PERCEPTION OF TOURISTS ABOUT LUGGAGE MANAGEMENT
2. A STUDY TO IDENTIFY THE INNER PASSIONS/DREAMS OF PEOPLE,EXPLORE POSSIBILITIES, RECEIVE SUPPORT FOR COACHING AND MENTORING TO ENHANCE THE OVERALL SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Candidates who have passed the three year B.Com/BBA degree Examination of Bangalore University or any other recognised university considered as equivalent thereto, provided they have obtained not less than 50% (45% for SC/ST/CATEGORY-I candidates) marks in the aggregate in commerce subjects.