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Genpact signs MoU with Institute of Management Technology for analytics elective in Post graduate program

Genpact and Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad (IMT-G) sign agreement to develop Analytics Elective for the two-year PG diploma in management (PGDM)

, ET Bureau|
Updated: Jul 26, 2012, 05.15 PM IST
Business processing and technology management company Genpact has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad to develop and implement analytics elective for the two year Post graduate diploma in Management program. The term of the MoU is five years and students of the program will be eligible for employment in Genpact's analytics practice upon completion of the course.

This course will give students both theoretical and practical work experience in analytics as applied in different industries. While the detailed courseware will be developed by IMT-G, Genpact will add industry perspective in the course conceptualisation, skills development and the training of faculty.

The company will also provide the necessary support through guest lectures and arranging mid-term and extended internship projects for the students of IMT-G to gain experience on real-time data, projects and research papers at Genpact.

"The emergence of big data, regulatory changes and social media are causing a big shift in the way businesses operate and students of IMT will learn how to combine process, analytics and technology to make organizations smarter in this dynamic new world, " said Pankaj Kulshreshtha, senior vice president and business leader - Smart Decision Services - Analytics and Research, Genpact.

Genpact's analytical expertise spans industry verticals such as banking financial services, capital markets, life sciences, healthcare, consumer product goods (CPG), retail and manufacturing industries.

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