Data Analytics Education Emerges Job-Oriented Course In India

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Is your career shaping up perfectly?

Do you want to take a leave from the typical learning and plunge to what’s trending knowledge?

It’s the need of the hour. If you underestimate the power of trending data analytics education, you’ll get through a career that ends at limited earning and no learning.

Before getting down, let’s have a look over the shocking percentage of unemployment rate in India.

Unemployment Rate In Proportion of Education: (National Sample Survey for 2011-12 & the Labour Bureau’s Annual Survey 2015-16 & its Data Analysis by a JNU Professor Santosh Mehrotra)

Education Level



Class VIII



Class x



Class XII









Graduation (Tech)



PG (Tech)



Vocational Training



Above 15 years




Reason of inflating unemployment:

1. Crisis of talented faculty in the Universities:

The central university has an explosive number of vacancies. As per the TOI, nearly 5,606 posts of faculties are vacant. The guest lecturers or contractual professors take the place of the regular faculties. The IITs and IIMs are encountering the similar crisis wherein 2806 and 258 posts are respectively showing openings for faculty, according to a recent HRD ministry report. Its reason is a lack of quality teachers.

Recently, a vacuum in the stream of IAS-level jobs compelled the central government to hire the experienced players from the private corporations. Just 10 openings were put in the bulletin for the post of a joint secretary. However, the government employees and retired or working government officers in finance & banking, management or those who took IAS coaching but could not crack through the exam could apply. The government received 6,000 applications against just 10 openings.

The quota allots jobs to the unskilled SC/ST professors. They get the opportunity even if they’re not meritorious. It’s really an unfortunate situation.

2. Seasonal employment rate: Just go through the unemployment rate. Look at the data of unemployed people above 15 years with the eyes of a data mining expert. Do you think that just 3.4 percent people are unemployed, or, 96.6 percent people are employed?

It only determines that just 3.4 percent people are completely unemployed. And, the rest of the population is gripped in the seasonal unemployment. It might be working on and off the months or hours or days.

3. Reluctant to unsuitable jobs: The better educated people find it tough to adjust in the low profile. They often tend to be hired in the manufacturing, industry and services that remain unaffected by the recession and seasonal changes in the employment.  They are a little bit choosier, if you compare them with the graduates from the technical field. The grads from programming stream cannot afford to be jobless. This fact will be clearer if you look at the comparative figure of graduates, i.e. 8.4, with the 11 percent of the tech grads count in 2015-16.

4. Unregistered companies: The unorganized enterprises take a risk of losing tax benefits. They invest in crude purchases from the organized sector. But, the fear of coming under the GST keeps them far away from pulling out its tax benefits. Meanwhile, they forget that a formal registration could integrate more benefits, like a loan from banks. 

These are a few, but not limited to, major reasons that congest India with a huge unemployed population.

Data Analytics Education is Trending:

Do you think it’s possible to take India in the lead in terms of development? The society wherein nearly 60 percent grads from engineering remains unemployed, it’s only a dream. You can’t be stuck to the impractical theory taught in the school and colleges. If you, indeed, want to touch the height, stay always-on to grab real-time learning. It should be in the format that enables the learners to pursue at their own pace.

It’s a bit similar to what the on-the-job training does. The widespread trend of technology and analytics is unbelievable. A simple grad can think about acquiring a high profile with it. Data Analytics education enriches learner with the skills of business intelligence and business analytics. It means that you could be able to crunch the data and put it into an impactful report. Finally, the data visualization techniques will let you be a go-getter.   

Why should you go for the data analytics education?

1. Learning while earning:

Is a little knowledge, pressing you hard on how to get ahead in your career? You can still win a chance to be updated with the trending data analytics. From data entry organization of data mining firms, from manufacturing units to pharmaceutical companies, data analytics are emerging in a pilot role. A bit of data crunching and filtering through hidden patterns could unfold a hundred ways to fat earning.

If you also want to join the league of one-third data analytics, you can go for weekend classes.  Or, if you’re ready to chew the iron pills, choose the hybrid way where your learning would run on the fast track and the instructor would lead from online. It’s what almost 6% private institutions adopt to impart data analytics education to professionals.  However, 87% ambitious workforce choose the fast pace learning. The millions of likes and hundreds of enrollment to Coursera,  edX and Udemy are emerging as a key players to popularize it.

2. Bridging gap between learning and earning:

The need to take up job responsibilities keeps the professionals a busy bee. It doesn’t mean that they can’t learn data analytics. They can go through pre-recorded videos, as on Udemy, and customized lectures, as on FB live. Around 250 educational institutions are living up the expectations of these professionals. Flexible timing, short-term and career-oriented courses-what more do you want to have to go ahead on the success ladder.

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