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Data Science Rockstars Series 5th video featuring Rajat Naik


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Published on Jun 17, 2019
Aegis School of Data Science is presenting you Data Science Rock Stars series showcasing our budding Data Scientists. 5th video of this series presenting you Rajat Naik who has got placed with Johnson & Johnson as Intern - Deep Learning NLP on Zero Day campus placement. He is studying PGP in Data Science Business Analytics & Big Data in association with IBM at Aegis School of Data Science Mumbai Zero Day of Campus Recruitment News of Aegis School of Data Science. Highest Package: 22 Lacs Average Package: 14.25 Lacs Internship Offer: 1 Lac per month to 3 students of PGP in Data Science in association with IBM bit.ly/2FhxaH5 Video Featuring: Rajat Naik About Aegis: Aegis is a leading higher education provider in the field of Telecom Data Science Business Analytics Big Data Machine Learning Deep Learning and Cyber Security. Aegis was started in 2002 with the support of Airtel Bharti among the top five mobile operators to develop the cross-functional techno-business leaders. Aegis is the number one school for Data Science and among the top five for business analytics in India. It has campuses in Mumbai Pune and Bangalore. Aegis & IBM jointly delivers full time and Executive Post Graduate Program/MS in Data Science Business Analytics Big Data and Cyber Security. Aegis offers Deep Learning courses in partnership with NVIDIA. Find more about Aegis at www.aegis.edu.in www.mUniversity.mobi/Aegis Full-Time PGP in Data Science Business Analytics & Big Data in association with IBM at https://www.muniversity.mobi/PGP-DataScience/ Part Time Executive Weekend program in Mumbai Pune Bangalore https://www.muniversity.mobi/Weekend-EPGP-DataScience/ Online Executive PGP Program worldwide https://www.muniversity.mobi/Online-EPGP-DataScience/
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