Mangaluru: Day-long FDP on ‘Analytics for Teachers’ held by MBA Sahyadri


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Mangaluru, Sep 21: Department of Business Administration (MBA) of Sahyadri College of Engineering & Management conducted a day-long Faculty Development Programme (FDP) for Undergraduate teachers on September 19.

The programme was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr Umappa Poojary, former president of ‘AMUCT’ and associate professor at Sri Gokarnanatheshwara College, Mangaluru. Key note address was delivered by Dr Vishal Samartha, director, MBA. She gave a brief highlight about Sahyadri to the participants.

In the inaugural address, Dr Umappa Poojary, spoke about the importance of Data Analytics in the current scenario and how important it is for the teachers to upgrade their competencies. He stated that ‘Data speaks louder than words’. He also mentioned that if we are not updated to data analytics, Alexa, Siri, Google would definitely replace us.



Dr R Srinivasa Rao Kunte, principal, delivered the presidential remarks.

Dr Azhar Shaheen Shaikh kick started the session on ‘Data and Analytics’ which was hands-on session in the Computer Lab primarily on SPSS software.

The afternoon session was taken by Prof Girish M on ‘Cutting Edge - Marketing Analytics’ which was again a hands-on session on MS Excel. Prof Sushma V facilitated the last session of the day on ‘HR Analytics - No Rocket Science’. She spoke about HR Analytics from the company perspective and shared Case Studies and various tools used in HR Analytics.

The objective of the session was to make the participants comfortable with the subject.

  

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