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EduPristine launches courses of Big Data and Hadoop

Updated on Sun, 05 January 2014 at 10:22 IST

EduPristine has launched new certification course - "Big Data and Hadoop Program". EduPristine is India's largest training provider for financial courses.

"Big Data and Hadoop Program" is an 100 hrs training program that includes classroom, webinar, online and then live projects. The course is available in online and offline versions.

Indian Big Data market is expected to be worth 1 Billion by 2015 (from 200 million presently)

There are multiple factors driving the demand for Big Data in India. The emergence of converged devices, as well as rapid digitization of data and information, especially in the government sector is leading to a much larger quantum of data being generated. There is also immense demand from analytics players who want to get meaningful insights from their huge volumes of data which is leading to increased number of professionals inculcating skills required in their profession.

Atul Kumar, Director of EduPristine said, "At EduPristine; we are constantly growing the portfolio of courses to appeal to an increasingly significant Indian market. Big Data and Hadoop will immensely impact businesses everywhere in the world and bring about excellent opportunities for trained professionals. Having an inclination towards understanding how multiple computers work together is enough for an individual to get into Hadoop. This program aims at producing top quality professionals who have an in-depth understanding on Big Data and Hadoop platform."

 
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