With Data Science and its technologies spanning to take over every industry today, the demand for jobs in this sector is also increasing. Read about Harshit’s journey with Great Learning’s PGP Data Science and Engineering Course

Tell us about your professional background. 

I completed my graduation in Automobile Engineering and then did my MBA in Marketing before joining Great Learning for further upskilling.

Why Great Learning?

While doing my MBA, I came across this course, and I felt that the PGP Data Science and Engineering was the best choice for me. It was the best in every aspect, be it the course curriculum, the faculty or the capstone project.

Have you had a transition after Great Learning? If yes, how is the experience? 

Yes, I did. I got internship opportunities with quite a few companies. I always wanted to have some technical knowledge along with my Engineering background. Even while I was doing my MBA, I was always looking for a course that would benefit my requirements, and that would benefit me in all aspects of my career. 

What did you like the most about the PGP- DSE course?

The faculty was highly knowledgeable. They all have masters degrees in their field of education. It was great to have learnt the subjects from them, that too in such a coordinated way. The course curriculum was structured well, new topics are constantly being added to the course with time. This ensures that the course is up-to-date, and you don’t miss out on any of the recent concepts that are in the market today. The PGP data science and engineering program was beneficial to me. 

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Were we able to provide you with everything that you had desired to achieve? 

Yes, I am satisfied with the course and thought that I was able to achieve my career goals.

Any advice for future PGP- DSE aspirants?

I would suggest Great Learning to anyone who wants to learn the concepts of data science and engineering. It changed my career!

For more such success stories, watch this space. 



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