TCLL, XLRI sign MoU to conduct executive programme on Business Analytics
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TCLL, XLRI sign MoU to conduct executive programme on Business Analytics

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XLRI-Xavier School of Management, Jamshedpur has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Times Centre for Learning Ltd (TCLL) to promote quality executive education in India.

The agreement signifies the collaboration of two potent forces for professional education. The two institutions, with XLRI’s pedigree, history and reputation in management education practices and TCLL’s physical presence, proficiency in delivering learning technology, strong corporate connections will deliver the best educational practices in the field of executive education.

“We are delighted to be associated with XLRI, one of India’s top business schools,” said TCLL president Anish Srikrishna. “As TCLL continues to strive towards its vision of providing excellent professional education to learners across age groups, I am confident that this association will be a decisive milestone.”

In order to upgrade their professional skills and to move up the corporate ladder, corporate employees continuously look for the newly launched programmes, reported The Economic Times.

Under MoU, a 12-month post graduate certificate course will be conducted in business analytics for management decision (PGCBAMD). The course will mainly focus on building basic and advanced skills in the domain of business analytics.

The course aims to create specialists in the field of analytics with indepth knowledge of the various areas related to it. The course will help the participants to get managerial insights by analysing data that will lead to decision making as per the requirement.

Classes will be conducted at TCLL centres across the country in the form of live interactive lectures.

“We continually strive to build mutually beneficial partnership and look forward to this engagement with TCLL,” said XLRI director E Abraham. “We hope that this alliance will provide great opportunities for both XLRI and TCLL. We look forward to creating new educational programmes and identifying ways for our faculty to interact with executives and other professionals in the region. This partnership will provide terrific opportunities for sharing of ideas and developing solutions to many of the world’s key business issues.”

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