According to IDC (idc.com), the global big data and analytics market was $189 billion in 2019, and was estimated to grow at 13% a year to reach US$274 billion. The Indian data analytics market in 2019-20 was estimated to be nearly US$36 billion , having grown at 19.5% during the year.
According to IDC (idc.com), the global big data and analytics market was $189 billion in 2019, and was estimated to grow at 13% a year to reach US$274 billion. The Indian data analytics market in 2019-20 was estimated to be nearly US$36 billion , having grown at 19.5% during the year. It is expected to grow annually at 16% until 2025, to reach US$75 billion. These services included descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics, and were delivered in the form of data reporting, business intelligence, visualization and analysis to serve as a guide to decision making. The share of analytics in the IT and ITES industries is expected to grow from 19% in 2019-20 to 30% in 2024-25. The banking, financial services and insurance (BFSI) sector is the largest contributor of analytics revenue, followed by Marketing and eCommerce. In terms of cities, Bengaluru has the largest concentration of analytics companies, with Hyderabad ranked fourth.
The US contributed nearly 57% percent of the revenues for India based analytics companies, followed by the UK 9.7% and Australia 7.1%.
In terms of employment, the workforce in the analytics companies is employed i) 40% by large organizations (10,000+ employees) such as TCS, Infosys, Wipro, HCL Technologies, Tech Mahindra, IBM Global Services and Accenture, among others, ii) 30% by startup and growth stage companies (1-200 employees) and iii) the remaining 30% by mid-sized companies such as Mu Sigma, Fractal Analytics, Latentview Analytics, etc. The industry added 25,500 fresh graduates as employees in 2019-20, and 41% of the employees in the industry has less than 5 years work experience.
Building on a foundation of mathematics and statistics in high school, the student, at the end of the program, will have developed
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|YEAR 1: SEMESTER 1||YEAR 1: SEMESTER 2|
|Principles of Marketing-I (4Ps & Consumer Behavior)||Operational Finance|
|Financial Accounting||Introduction to Statistics|
|Principles of Management||Fundamentals of Coding & Software Dev|
|Critical Thinking & Logical Reasoning||Database & Data Management|
|Microsoft Excel - I (Fundamentals)||Microsoft Excel - II (Data-Mining, analytics with Excel)|
|Business Communications – I|
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|YEAR 2: SEMESTER 3||YEAR 2: SEMESTER 4|
|Statistics - II (data-mining, predictive analytics)||Business Intelligence & Data Visualization|
|Research Techniques (Secondary methods)||Introduction to Data Science|
|Digital Marketing & Social Media Engagement||Finance - II (Financial Tech, Markets)|
|Management Information Systems||Computational Statistics|
|CSR and Sustainable Business||Data Visualization & Reporting with Tableu/Power BI|
|SUMMER: INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP|
|YEAR 3: SEMESTER 5||YEAR 3: SEMESTER 6|
|Business Law||Entreprenuership & New Venture Creation|
|Business Analytics Fundamentals||Global Business|
|Machine Learning||Deep Learning|
|Data Collection, Games and Incentives||Risk Simulation & Monte Carlo Methods|
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