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Executive Programme in "Data and Decision Sciences Consulting" DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, IIT Delhi

6th October to 9th December 2018 (Classes on Weekends/National Holidays)

With the huge amount of data and its complexity involved in today’s business processes, there is a need to analyze and visualize this data and make effective decisions in the real business problems involved. Thus there is a need to leverage upon the data and decision sciences techniques to take on business challenges and goals. Data science professionals become experts to extract meaning from large volumes of data, which requires both tools and methods from mathematics, operational research, statistics, computer science, and other related subjects. The objective is to augment managerial decision making from data driven insights.

CEP Short Term Programme on “Business Management with focus on Digital Marketing”, Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi

20th October to 23rd December 2018 (Classes on Weekends)

The certificate course in Business Management not only focuses on theatrical learnings but also includes modules in the functional areas of management. The course provides an overall understanding and utility of management concepts with a major focus on Digital Marketing.

Short Term Programme on “Technologies for Organic Biomass Production”, IIT Delhi

03rd December to 05th December, 2018

The course will develop a comprehensive understanding of organic inputs and related green technologies involved in quality biomass production. Lectures from various eminent experts working on organic biomass production, storage, processing and marketing. On successful completion of the course the participants will get insight and thorough knowledge to do R & D on organic food production. They may start their own entrepreneurship, generate employment and help farmers.

Short Term Programme on “Agribusiness Planning & Project Appraisal Techniques”, IIT Delhi

03rd December to 08th December, 2018

The short term certificate course at IIT Delhi Campus will be a combination of methodically designed classroom lectures, motivational talks by stalwarts of the agribusiness field, industrial visits, and interactions with entrepreneurs, group activities and tutorials. The evenings are designed to give cultural insights to the participants. All successful students shall be awarded a certificate on completion of the program.

GIAN Short Term course on “Analytical Systems Biology and Characterization of Biotherapeutics”, IIT Delhi

11th December to 14th December, 2018

Development of protein based medicines is the current burgeoning segment of the global pharmaceutical industry. India has successfully placed itself as a leader in “generic” segment and is now steadily working its way up to make a global mark in the “biotherapeutic” segment as well. Unlike a “generic” drug that is a chemically synthesized identical copy of the innovator drug, production of biotherapeutics is a complex process as it involves recombinant expression of the specific protein/ peptide in a biological host.

GIAN Short Term course on “Downstream Processing for Production of Biologicals”, IIT Delhi

11th December to 14th December, 2018

Biotherapeutics form an important part of modern medicines. Complexity of biotherapeutics molecules necessitates elaborate purification processes involving a number of unit operations like chromatography, refolding, precipitation, filtration to target process and product related impurities. Selection of such unit operation depends on the expression system and specific purification requirements of the molecule.

Executive Programme in "Branding and Corporate Communication" DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, IIT Delhi

15th December to 16th December 2018 (Classes on Weekend)

Branding is a process required to create a distinct identity for a product in the minds of the consumers, through consistent thematic marketing activities. Branding in tends to establish a prominent and illustrious existence of the product in the market to attract and attain customers’ loyalty.

Executive Programme in "Strategic Innovations, Digital Marketing & Business Analytics" DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES, IIT Delhi

05th January to 09th June 2019 (Classes on Weekends/National Holidays)

With the advent of the internet-driven era, organizations are transforming their operations to harness the power of the web-driven ecosystem and grow sustainably resulting in the digitization of both processes and products. In this context, there is a need to leverage upon innovative business models to reach out to new customers and segments. In view of this, digital marketing and hence the emergence of search engines and social media are playing a significant role.

GIAN Short Term course on “Micromechanics of FracturE”, IIT Delhi

21st January to 25th January, 2019

Fracture and micromechanics are powerful tools used to understand and predict the behaviour of modern materials and structures. Fracture Mechanics describes the behaviour of cracked structures including failure on the macroscale and on the microscale. Micromechanics, on the other hand, investigates the impact of the inhomogeneous structure of the material, including its defects, on the macroscopic behaviour.

TEQIP-III Short Term course on “Machine Learning in Civil and Mechanical Sciences: Theory and Applications”, IIT Delhi

08th February to 10th February, 2019

The aim of the course is to introduce the relevance of machine learning in a wide range of academic and industrial problems relevant to civil, chemical and material science applications. This will be achieved through lectures and hands-on sessions, which will include the basics of widely used algorithms for linear and non-linear regressions such as elastic net, principal component regression support vector machine and artificial neural networks.

GIAN Short Term course on “Optical Microsystems for applications in optical engineering”, IIT Delhi

19th February to 23rd February, 2019

Fracture and micromechanics are powerful tools used to understand and predict the behaviour of modern materials and structures. Fracture Mechanics describes the behaviour of cracked structures including failure on the macroscale and on the microscale. Micromechanics, on the other hand, investigates the impact of the inhomogeneous structure of the material, including its defects, on the macroscopic behaviour.