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Data research is an important tool in the digital world. Professor Sarangadevot

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04 Jul, 20 10:47
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Data research is an important tool in the digital world. Professor Sarangadevot

Udaipur | Presiding over the one-day national webinar on data-driven research in the Mathematics Department of the Faculty of Science of Janardan Rai Nagar Rajasthan Vidyapeeth; Deemed to be University, Vice-Chancellor Professor Col. SS Sarangadevot said that data research is an essential tool in the digital world in the current context. Data research is the need of every field in the economic age. To achieve success in any field, data research will be needed.

 Today, in the industrial age, most jobs related to data research are available, and it is estimated that by 2026, 11 million Employment will be available in this area. Hence, students have a very bright future in the field of data science. Professor Asis Kumar Chattopadhyay, the chief speaker of WEBINAR, Prof. Vice-Chancellor, Kolkata University, said about the Independent Component Analysis and Robust Clustering method related to pollution data and noted that this method could be used in industrial application. There is a lot of use. This method can also be applied in various fields such as speech processing brain imagery stock production, specific separation, telecommunications, and economics. Prof. Tanuka Chattopadhyay, Dean of Science, Kolkata University, Dynamic system by a mathematical model. Influencing a star physics application, he said that this system could be used to calculate the origin of single and bright stars and study the effect of supermassive black holes in the center of the galaxy. Acharya Indian Statistical Institute Kolkata, while explaining computer simulation and probability theory in statistics, said that we could solve daily life problems with these methods.

Organizing Secretary Dr. Sapna Srimali, Head of Department, Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, said that 509 participants participated in the webinar while wishing for the upcoming World Statistics Day, meaning that data research is not possible without mathematics and statistics. According to the World Economic Forum forecast, data analysts will be in high demand from companies around the world in the future. The combination was done by Dr. Rakshit Ameta Director, Department of Science. Technical cooperation was done by Dr. Tarun Shrimali and Dr. Chandresh Chhatlani.

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