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KARACHI: DigiTech Synergy (Private) Limited and Nodebook (Private) Limited revolutionized the field of training on March 11, 2023 at Galaxy Hotel in the city center. These two renowned organizations have launched the first project-based certified portfolio training for data analysis with Data Science and AI.
This full-day hands-on program defined the next level of professional training for four (4) real-world projects using Python and SQL to develop trainees’ skills as data analysts. These end-to-end projects included analysis, EDA, working with databases, drawing insights and making data-driven decisions. The most amazing part was the one month internship planned right after the training. Here the interns will work together with Data Scientists on two international projects in a clean office environment.
Waqas Ali, FCMA, Data Scientist and AI Specialist (ED, DigiTech Synergy Pvt. Ltd.) trained and guided the audience to gain insight into the entire process through practical application. This will help build a data ecosystem with the required skills for hiring In addition, Nouman (CTO-Nodebook), Owais & Simran (Nodebook Team), Muheet, Bilal & Hammad (DigiTech Synergy Team) provide support in session operations.
The intensive one-day training unlocked new portals to work with rich real-time experience. The trainees were awarded certificates at their culmination by Faroo Ali Naveed, FCMA (CEO-DigiTech Synergy Pvt. Ltd.), Waqas Ali, FCMA, Data Scientist & AI Specialist, Engineer Aina Nadeem (CTC-DigiTech Synergy Pvt. Ltd.) and Shehla Imran (CEO Nodebook).
Speaking on the occasion, CEO of DigiTech Synergy Private Limited said that through Data Technologies we want to build the nation by becoming self-sufficient. About this he said that during the internship period we will give awareness to the interns about Resume Building, Fiverr, Kaggle and LinkedIn from which they can gain business in international and local market.
As one of the vocational trainees reiterated, “I could never have thought that training in such latest technologies was even possible in Pakistan. There is now much hope and room in the development of our data resources.’