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TCS ties up with LIBA to launch PGDM course on Business Analytics

Course is aimed to bridge the existing skill gap in the industry

Gireesh Babu  |  Chennai 

TCS ties up with LIBA to launch PGDM course on Business Analytics

IT Services major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced a tie-up with Chennai-based B-school Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), to launch a management programme on Business Analytics, a first of its kind initiative from both the partners. The effort is expected to address the growing demand in the segment, said a senior management official from
 
Considering the increasing demand for business analytics, and have collaborated to design a management course that specialises in this segment to bridge the existing skill gap in the industry. This will be offered for full time and part time (PGDM).

Fr P Christie S J, Director of said that while the institution will run the course, was involved in designing the curriculum and would also provide support in expertise. The one-year course will be offered from the academic year 2017-18 and would initially have 30-35 seats allocated.

He said, "With its expertise, will be able to add value to the students of is the first B-School in India which is forging ahead in signing an agreement with to offer as a specialisation for the full-time PGDM students". The demand-supply gap in the segment is wide and the segment is growing at 15 per cent. He added that the tie-up does not limit the placement of the students to after the course is completed.

Ranjan Bandyopadhyay, vice president, Human Resources, TCS, said that huge job opportunities are getting created in the digital world and according to research firm IDC, by 2020, there would be a requirement of around 200,000 business analysts and about 1 million managers and visualisers. India also needs to create the right talent.

One of the key highlights of the course is the 'Train the Trainer Program (TTT) Program', in which specialists will train the faculty with the Industry knowledge. designed courses will also comprise of one year Executive diploma in Business Analytics, to train experienced professionals through part time/weekend programs offered at the Institute.

This is the first attempt to work with an college, to create managers. has tied up with Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Tezpur, Assam for a one-year diploma course in analytics. It has also started a Masters programme in Big with four Universities this year. has started its Academia collaboration for big and analytics programme four years back and going forward it would look at more such tie-ups, he added.

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TCS ties up with LIBA to launch PGDM course on Business Analytics

Course is aimed to bridge the existing skill gap in the industry

Course is aimed to bridge the existing skill gap in the industry
IT Services major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced a tie-up with Chennai-based B-school Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), to launch a management programme on Business Analytics, a first of its kind initiative from both the partners. The effort is expected to address the growing demand in the segment, said a senior management official from
 
Considering the increasing demand for business analytics, and have collaborated to design a management course that specialises in this segment to bridge the existing skill gap in the industry. This will be offered for full time and part time (PGDM).

Fr P Christie S J, Director of said that while the institution will run the course, was involved in designing the curriculum and would also provide support in expertise. The one-year course will be offered from the academic year 2017-18 and would initially have 30-35 seats allocated.

He said, "With its expertise, will be able to add value to the students of is the first B-School in India which is forging ahead in signing an agreement with to offer as a specialisation for the full-time PGDM students". The demand-supply gap in the segment is wide and the segment is growing at 15 per cent. He added that the tie-up does not limit the placement of the students to after the course is completed.

Ranjan Bandyopadhyay, vice president, Human Resources, TCS, said that huge job opportunities are getting created in the digital world and according to research firm IDC, by 2020, there would be a requirement of around 200,000 business analysts and about 1 million managers and visualisers. India also needs to create the right talent.

One of the key highlights of the course is the 'Train the Trainer Program (TTT) Program', in which specialists will train the faculty with the Industry knowledge. designed courses will also comprise of one year Executive diploma in Business Analytics, to train experienced professionals through part time/weekend programs offered at the Institute.

This is the first attempt to work with an college, to create managers. has tied up with Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Tezpur, Assam for a one-year diploma course in analytics. It has also started a Masters programme in Big with four Universities this year. has started its Academia collaboration for big and analytics programme four years back and going forward it would look at more such tie-ups, he added.
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TCS ties up with LIBA to launch PGDM course on Business Analytics

Course is aimed to bridge the existing skill gap in the industry

IT Services major Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has announced a tie-up with Chennai-based B-school Institute of Business Administration (LIBA), to launch a management programme on Business Analytics, a first of its kind initiative from both the partners. The effort is expected to address the growing demand in the segment, said a senior management official from
 
Considering the increasing demand for business analytics, and have collaborated to design a management course that specialises in this segment to bridge the existing skill gap in the industry. This will be offered for full time and part time (PGDM).

Fr P Christie S J, Director of said that while the institution will run the course, was involved in designing the curriculum and would also provide support in expertise. The one-year course will be offered from the academic year 2017-18 and would initially have 30-35 seats allocated.

He said, "With its expertise, will be able to add value to the students of is the first B-School in India which is forging ahead in signing an agreement with to offer as a specialisation for the full-time PGDM students". The demand-supply gap in the segment is wide and the segment is growing at 15 per cent. He added that the tie-up does not limit the placement of the students to after the course is completed.

Ranjan Bandyopadhyay, vice president, Human Resources, TCS, said that huge job opportunities are getting created in the digital world and according to research firm IDC, by 2020, there would be a requirement of around 200,000 business analysts and about 1 million managers and visualisers. India also needs to create the right talent.

One of the key highlights of the course is the 'Train the Trainer Program (TTT) Program', in which specialists will train the faculty with the Industry knowledge. designed courses will also comprise of one year Executive diploma in Business Analytics, to train experienced professionals through part time/weekend programs offered at the Institute.

This is the first attempt to work with an college, to create managers. has tied up with Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), Tezpur, Assam for a one-year diploma course in analytics. It has also started a Masters programme in Big with four Universities this year. has started its Academia collaboration for big and analytics programme four years back and going forward it would look at more such tie-ups, he added.

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