Jigsaw was started in 2011 by Gaurav Vohra and Sarita Digumarti. They were brought together by their shared passion for data and their belief in the power of analytics and Big Data to change the way not just industries, but individuals could work. They regard data science as a necessary life-skill, and their constant endeavour to improve how it is taught has been a consistent factor in what continues to distinguish Jigsaw Academy from other training providers.
AWARDS & HONORS
Best Academy for Analytics Courses
Awarded by Brands Academy Award in 2014.
Best Analytics Training Institute
Recommended by Analytics Vidhya blog.
Top Analytics Academician
Gaurav Vohra, our CEO and Co-founder, was ranked among the top 10 Most Prominent Analytics Academicians in India by Analytics India Magazine.
Global Achiever's Award for Educational Leadership
The Economic Development Forum presented this award to Sarita Digumarti, our co-founder, in 2013.
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Jigsaw in the News
CYPHER 2016 gave us an opportunity to showcase Jigsaw Academy as a brand in online analytics training amongst the analytics fraternity. From workshops to interesting panels discussing analytics and its business applications, the event proved to be a great networking opportunity.
The analytics and big data sector has seen consistent growth in the last five years despite an increasingly uncertain global outlook. The advanced analytics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 33.2 per cent and big data at a CAGR of 26.4 per cent.
Jigsaw Academy Salary Report 2016 - 'Analytics and Big Data sector is on a roll and is expected to see robust hiring and handsome pay packets as startups and established firms look to attract talented data scientists'.
Jigsaw's alumni now work at top IT firms like Infosys and Genpact as well as core analytics providers such as Fractal Analytics. The demand is huge. India alone will require at least one lakh cloud computing professionals.