Considering interesting responses from the previous year, Department of Information Technology is very proud to start DataCamp online classroom programme.
This year the classroom includes fourteen courses and these are:
Any number of enlisted courses out of fourteen can be attempted by 20th February, 2019. All the courses are being offered absolutely free as they are a part of the online classroom programme. All the courses are taught by some of the top notch academicians, researchers and developers from all around the globe. This classroom programme is being also incorporated in universities / colleges like Harvard, Imperial College and so on. Certificate will be awarded to the participants at online after successful completion of all the modules of each course.
- Statistical Thinking in Python (Part 1)
- Statistical Thinking in Python (Part 2)
- Analyzing Social Media Data in Python
- Machine Learning with Tree-Based Models in Python
- Introduction to PySpark
- Building Recommendation Engines with PySpark
- Linear Classifiers in Python
- Building Chatbots in Python
- Machine Learning with the Experts: School Budgets
- Unsupervised Learning in Python
- Supervised Learning with scikit-learn
- Natural Language Processing Fundamentals in Python
- Convolutional Neural Networks for Image Processing
- Deep Learning in Python
For registration go to tinyurl.com/Datacamp-NSEC
DataCamp is offering interactive R, Python, Sheets, SQL and shell courses. The topics are based in data science, statistics and machine learning. Start learning from a team of expert teachers in the comfort of your browser with video lessons and fun coding challenges and projects also.
Every day more and more Data are being generated by people around the world - 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years alone. This data can hold the potential to solve important challenges and can make lives of people better. The skills of people and businesses need to succeed are changing. No matter where we are in our career or what field we work in, but we shall need to understand the language of data.
We would like to convey our heartfelt regards to the entire team of DataCamp for making this possible.
More than 100 students have enrolled in this classroom and already they have started loving the courses. Professor-representative (mentor) for this classroom programme is Prof. Sourav Mitra from the Department of Information Technology, Netaji Subhash Engineering College and the programme is coordinated by Mr. Sayak Paul, an alumni of the Department of Information Technology ( 2017 - B.Tech. passed out batch).
CONTACT INFORMATION ::
Address: 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite # 7730, New York, NY 10118; USA
Prof. Sourav Mitra
Dept. of Information Technology,
Netaji Subhash Engineering College.