IITs lead data science education excellence, innovation: Imarticus Learning’s Report 2023

IITs lead data science education excellence, innovation: Imarticus Learning's Report 2023

IITs secured the top three positions among 100 colleges across India in the Bachelor of Data Science degree category, while IIM Calcutta, in collaboration with IIT Kharagpur and ISI Kolkata, secured the top position among 151 institutes in the masters in data science category. The research not only provides rankings for institutes that provide these courses, but also dives into the changing trends in data science and analytics education. The report highlights the opportunities presented by big data and analytics courses in the IT sector, and underscores the need for skilled professionals to bridge the current data utilisation gap. Data science is pivotal to enable informed decision-making, optimising business processes and resource allocation, improving healthcare outcomes, and tackling societal challenges. In the bachelors’ degree category, IITs lead the way, with IIT Hyderabad taking the top rank, closely followed by IIT Delhi. IIT Guwahati is the third-best educational institute for the bachelor’s in data science programme. The analysis finds a regional distribution, with the South Zone dominating at 35%, followed by the West Zone at 27%, the East Zone at 8%, the North Zone at 26%, and the Central Zone at 4%. In the masters’ in data science degree category, IIM Calcutta, in collaboration with IIT Kharagpur and ISI Kolkata, secured the top position among 151 institutes. Following closely, IIT Hyderabad claimed the second spot, and IISC Bangalore secured the third position. The regional distribution shows the South Zone dominating with 43%, followed by the West Zone at 32%, the East Zone at 10%, the Central Zone at 1%, and the North Zone at 15%. “The ‘Data Science Education Report 2023’ reflects our commitment to providing valuable insights into the ever-changing landscape of data science and analytics education,” said Nikhil Barshikar, founder and CEO of Imarticus Learning, in a statement. Additionally, the report provides insights into PhD programs in data science, revealing a regional distribution as follows: 30% in the South Zone, 43% in the West Zone, 17% in the East Zone, and 9% in the North Zone. For executive programs in data science, the distribution is detailed as 21% in the South Zone, 44% in the West Zone, 12% in the East Zone, 18% in the North Zone, and 6% in the Central Zone. Notable top institutions offering these executive programs include ISB Hyderabad in the South, IIT Hyderabad in the South, and NMIMS Global Access School for Continuing Education with a pan-India presence and a multifaceted approach. The report predicts that India’s data science education market will rise at a CAGR of 57.52% from $204.23Mn in 2023 to $1.391Bn by 2028. The big data and analytics job market is expected to grow from 215K positions in 2023 to over 338K by 2028, with major recruiters such as Amazon, AWS, Bain and Company, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, and Google. Download The Economic Times News App to get Daily Market Updates & Live Business News. Recommended Stories Customers can now make GST payments through RBL Bank Balance sheet of banks expanded by 12.2% in 2022-23, shows RBI report India net importer of steel in April-November as Chinese shipments reach 5-year high RBI gives nod to CS Rajan’s appointment as Kotak Mahindra Bank’s part-time Chairman IndiGo suspends flights to this city for three months starting Jan 1. Details inside IBBI prepares list of 787 insolvency professionals to expedite resolution process Russia exports almost all its oil to China and India – Novak HDFC Bank board okays 3-year extension to Atanu Chakraborty as non-executive chairman Adani Energy forms JV with Abu Dhabi’s IHC-backed firm for smart-meter business IITs lead data science education excellence, innovation: Imarticus Learning’s Report 2023 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10