Imarticus Learning adds another feather to its cap; launches a new branch in Dehradun offering CIBOP, PGA, and Banking & Wealth Management courses

The job assurance program, with handpicked content for recent graduates and working professionals, will include extensive project work, a hackathon, and industry-oriented case studies, and more for effective and immersive learning.

New Delhi: In a major development, Imarticus Learning, India’s leading professional education firm, has opened its 15th branch in Dehradun and will be offering CIBOP, PGA, and Banking & Wealth Management courses. The launch witnessed the presence of the esteemed Cabinet Minister Shri Ganesh Joshi as the chief guest. Following the launch, the platform also conducted a mega career counseling carnival primarily for recent graduates, those pursuing their higher studies, and professionals with 0-5 years of experience. The launch saw Mr Joshi share his thoughts on job opportunities for the youth of Uttrakhand, the urgent need for upskilling, and the role of Imarticus Learning in shaping the future of professionals in sectors such as Retail Banking, IB, Analytics, Digital Marketing, etc.

 

The Certified Investment Banking Operations Professional and Postgraduate (CIBOP) Program in Data Analytics and Machine Learning would benefit working professionals seeking career improvement without abandoning their existing positions. The new program further expands Imarticus Learning’s extensive range of certificate courses and postgraduate programs across domains. The newly launched courses will be conducted online with industry experts mentoring the learners.

 

The CIBOP program is designed to help learners develop a comprehensive understanding of complex securities and derivatives, their trade-lifecycles, and the functions of investment banking operations. The Post-Graduate Program, on the other hand, has been crafted to assist learners to obtain the specific skillsets desired by most of the world’s largest employers of Data Scientists. The course will equip learners with hands-on experience while training them for a career in Data Science & Analytics.

 

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Nikhil Barshikar, Founder of Imarticus Learning said, “We are proud to open a new branch of Imarticus learning in Dehradun. With the advancement and development of technology, the demand for workers with the necessary skill and expertise is expected to rise, and understanding this surge we are increasing our presence across the country as we believe that the learners will acquire holistic experience and be shaped into future-ready professionals through our postgraduate program in Investment Banking and Data Analytics and Machine Learning skills to participate in constructive and valuable economic activity and contribute to the economic development of the state and the nation. Imarticus Learning has always been dedicated to providing learners with first-hand instruction and best-in-class experiences.”

 

“Upskilling has become a buzzword over the past few years, and with good reason. Today, amid the cut-throat competition in the job market, it’s imperative that professionals and aspirants are well equipped to adapt and build strong careers in their line of work. Imarticus Learning has been committed to providing learners with a world-class learning experience in multiple sectors. The recent launch of its branch in Dehradun will provide Uttrakhand’s youth with an opportunity to learn from Imarticus Learning’s eminent faculty and enable them to lay a strong foundation for their careers”, added Shri. Ganesh Joshi, Cabinet Minister, and Chief Guest for the launch.

 

Offering in-depth exposure to the latest technologies and skills, the program prepares learners to establish their careers as Data Scientists, Machine Learning Engineers, Data Analysts, Data Science/Machine Learning Consultants, and Banking Operations professionals, amongst others. Priced at INR 110,000 and INR 215,000, both the courses offer various payment options such as a No Cost EMI and Instalments.

 

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