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Jigsaw Academy Announces Big Discounts for Analytics and Data Science Courses Starting in June; Enroll before 24th June and Save $200

Originally published in PRWeb

Jigsaw Academy, a premier online analytics training academy based in India, has announced a special deal for any foreign students wishing to register for the June batch of their Foundation or Data Science Certification courses.

The Foundation course in Analytics has been designed by industry experts who have applied data science skills to solve business problems in a variety of fields like retail, FMCG, financial services, telecom and health care. “Our instructors use their real-world experiences to turn you from a novice to a certified business analyst,” says Gaurav Vohra, CEO and co founder of Jigsaw Academy. “The 12 week course is designed for students and professionals looking to learn big data analytics skills and pursue data science as a career. By the end of this course students will acquire a knowledge of statistical concepts, analytical skills and analytic tools (Excel and SAS language) and be able to use statistical techniques to analyze data to make business decisions,” continues Gaurav.

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