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Matches
Runs
Wickets
Rohit Sharma
207
5530
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Suryakumar Yadav
126
2660
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Ishan Kishan
78
1943
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Jofra Archer
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Kumar Kartikeya
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Company
Description
Google
Known for its innovative products and services, Google offers opportunities for full-stack developers to work on a wide range of projects, from search algorithms to cloud services.
Amazon
Full-stack developers at Amazon contribute to the development of its e-commerce platform, AWS, and other services, focusing on scalability and performance.
Microsoft
At Microsoft, full-stack developers work on diverse projects, including software development, cloud computing with Azure, and AI technologies.
Meta
Full-stack developers at Meta engage in creating and maintaining social media platforms, VR applications, and other cutting-edge technologies.
Airbnb
This company relies on full-stack developers to enhance its platform for booking accommodations, focusing on user experience and backend efficiency.
Netflix
Full-stack developers at Netflix work on improving the streaming service’s interface and backend systems to provide seamless content delivery.
Slack
Full-stack developers at Slack are crucial in developing and refining its communication platform, ensuring smooth integration and functionality.
Spotify
Full-stack developers here work on creating and maintaining music streaming services, optimizing both the user interface and server-side processes.
Shopify
Full-stack developers at Shopify help build and maintain e-commerce solutions, focusing on both customer-facing features and backend logistics.
LinkedIn
At LinkedIn, full-stack developers work on enhancing the professional networking site’s features, improving user engagement, and backend services.
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Region
Average Annual Salary
United States
$80,000 - $150,000+
Canada
$70,000 - $120,000
United Kingdom
£40,000 - £80,000
Germany
€50,000 - €90,000
Australia
AUD 70,000 - AUD 130,000
India
₹500,000 - ₹2,000,000
China
¥150,000 - ¥500,000
Japan
¥6,000,000 - ¥10,000,000
France
€45,000 - €85,000
Brazil
R$80,000 - R$150,000
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City
Average Annual Salary (INR)
Unique Factors
Bengaluru
₹800,000 - ₹1,800,000
Known as the "Silicon Valley of India," Bengaluru offers high salaries due to its concentration of tech companies and startups.
Hyderabad
₹700,000 - ₹1,600,000
Home to many global IT firms, Hyderabad has a growing tech scene and competitive salaries.
Pune
₹600,000 - ₹1,400,000
Pune's strong educational institutions and IT parks contribute to a robust job market for developers.
Mumbai
₹700,000 - ₹1,500,000
As the financial capital, Mumbai offers diverse opportunities in both tech and finance sectors.
Chennai
₹600,000 - ₹1,300,000
Chennai's established IT industry and lower cost of living attract many full-stack developers.
Gurgaon
₹750,000 - ₹1,500,000
Part of the National Capital Region, Gurgaon hosts numerous multinational companies and tech hubs.
Noida
₹700,000 - ₹1,400,000
Another major city in the NCR, Noida has a growing tech infrastructure and many IT firms.
Kolkata
₹500,000 - ₹1,000,000
While traditionally not a tech hub, Kolkata is emerging with increasing opportunities for developers.
Ahmedabad
₹500,000 - ₹1,200,000
Ahmedabad is known for its rapidly growing tech industry and supportive business environment.
Chandigarh
₹550,000 - ₹1,100,000
With its well-planned infrastructure, Chandigarh is becoming an attractive destination for IT professionals.
Jaipur
₹500,000 - ₹1,000,000
Jaipur is witnessing growth in the IT sector with increasing startups and tech companies setting up operations.
Thiruvananthapuram
₹450,000 - ₹900,000
Known for its IT parks like Technopark, this city offers competitive salaries in a serene environment.
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Country
Average Annual Salary (USD)
Unique Factors
United States
$80,000 - $150,000+
High demand in tech hubs like San Francisco and New York drives salaries up significantly.
Canada
$70,000 - $120,000
Strong tech presence in cities like Toronto and Vancouver with a balanced cost of living.
United Kingdom
£40,000 - £80,000
London leads with the highest salaries due to its large financial and tech sectors.
Germany
€50,000 - €90,000
Berlin and Munich offer competitive salaries due to a thriving tech ecosystem.
Australia
AUD 70,000 - AUD 130,000
Sydney and Melbourne are key cities with robust tech industries and high demand for developers.
India
₹500,000 - ₹2,000,000
Bengaluru and Hyderabad are major tech hubs offering competitive salaries within the local market context.
China
¥150,000 - ¥500,000
Cities like Beijing and Shanghai have a growing tech scene with increasing salaries.
Japan
¥6,000,000 - ¥10,000,000
Tokyo offers high salaries driven by a strong tech industry and cost of living.
France
€45,000 - €85,000
Paris leads in tech jobs with competitive salaries and a vibrant startup culture.
Brazil
R$80,000 - R$150,000
São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro are key cities with a developing tech industry.
Netherlands
€50,000 - €90,000
Amsterdam is known for its high salaries and strong international tech community.
Singapore
SGD 60,000 - SGD 120,000
As a major tech hub in Asia, Singapore offers attractive salaries and excellent career opportunities.
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Title
Salary Range (USD)
Description
Junior Full-Stack Developer
$50,000 - $80,000 annually
Entry-level position for developers with less than 2 years of experience. Responsibilities include assisting in development and learning from senior developers.
Full-Stack Developer
$80,000 - $120,000 annually
Mid-level position for developers with 2-5 years of experience. Duties include developing and maintaining web applications and ensuring seamless integration.
Senior Full-Stack Developer
$120,000 - $160,000 annually
Senior-level role for developers with over 5 years of experience. Involves leading projects, mentoring junior developers, and making high-level technical decisions.
Lead Full-Stack Developer
$140,000 - $180,000 annually
Leadership position focused on overseeing development teams, setting project timelines, and coordinating with other departments to align technical efforts.
Full-Stack Engineer
$100,000 - $140,000 annually
Focuses on performance optimization, scalability, and implementing best practices in software development.
Full-Stack Architect
$130,000 - $170,000 annually
Expert role responsible for designing and planning the overall architecture of web applications and ensuring harmony across the stack.
Full-Stack Consultant
$120,000 - $180,000 annually
Provides expert advice and solutions on full-stack projects, often working as a contractor or freelancer.
Freelance Full-Stack Developer
¥6,000,000 - ¥10,000,000
Tokyo offers high salaries driven by a strong tech industry and cost of living.
Full-Stack Developer Intern
$20,000 - $40,000 annually (or equivalent stipend)
Temporary position for gaining practical experience. Tasks include assisting with coding, debugging, and testing under supervision.
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Terminology
Definition
Example
Attributes
Properties or traits of an entity that describe its characteristics.
For a "Customer" entity set, attributes might include customer ID, name, address, and phone number.
Entity Instance
A specific occurrence of an entity type. Each instance is uniquely identifiable.
An individual customer within the "Customer" entity set.
Entity Type
A category or class of entities that share the same attributes.
"Customer" is an entity type with common attributes like ID, name, and address.
Primary Key
A unique identifier for every entity instance within an entity type.
The customer ID serves as the primary key in the "Customer" entity set, ensuring each customer is uniquely identified.
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Entity
Entity Set
A thing in the real world with independent existence.
A set of all entities of a particular entity type.
Any particular row (a record) in a relation (table)
All rows of a relation in RDBMS are an entity set.
Uniquely identified by a primary key.
Defined by the collection of similar entities sharing attributes.
Represents a single instance, such as a specific customer.
Represents the entire group of instances, such as all customers.
Attributes describe specific details about the entity.
Attributes are shared across all entities in the set.
Example: A "Customer" with attributes like customer ID, name, address.
Example: "Customer" entity set containing all customer records.
Exists independently and does not rely on other entities.
Example: "Customer" entity set containing all customer records.
Used to model real-world objects or concepts individually.
Used to model collections of objects or concepts systematically.
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Position
Experience Level
Average Salary (USD)
Description
Junior Business Analyst
0-2 years
$50,000 - $70,000
Entry-level position focused on basic data analysis, requirement gathering, and documentation.
Mid-Level Business Analyst
2-5 years
$70,000 - $90,000
Intermediate role involving more complex analysis, project coordination, and stakeholder management.
Senior Business Analyst
5-10 years
$90,000 - $120,000
Senior role with responsibilities including strategic planning, advanced analytics, and leadership.
Lead Business Analyst
10+ years
$120,000 - $150,000
Leadership position overseeing teams, major projects, and significant business transformations.
Business Analyst Manager
10+ years
$130,000 - $160,000
Managerial role supervising business analysts, strategic initiatives, and budget management.
Consultant Business Analyst
Varies
$70,000 - $150,000
Consulting role with variable pay depending on project scope and industry, often involving high-level advisory services.
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Training Component
Description
Example Programs
Foundational Knowledge
Understanding business analysis roles, responsibilities, and frameworks (e.g., BABOK).
CBAP Certification, Business Analysis Fundamentals
Analytical Skills
Learning data analysis, requirement gathering, and documentation techniques.
Data Analysis and Visualization with Excel, SQL for Data Analysis
Technical Proficiency
Hands-on training with tools like Excel, SQL, Visio, and understanding IT systems.
Microsoft Visio Training, Udacity's SQL for Data Analysis
Communication Skills
Training in effective verbal and written communication, active listening, and negotiation.
LinkedIn Learning Communication Courses
Problem-solving and Critical Thinking
Techniques for identifying root causes, developing solutions, and validating through testing.
Problem-solving workshops, Root Cause Analysis Training
Specialized Training
Agile methodologies, project management principles, and other advanced topics.
Agile Analysis Certification (AAC), PMI Project Management Courses
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IIBA (International Institute of Business Analysis)
  • Entry Certificate in Business Analysis (ECBA)
  • No prior experience is required.
  • 21 hours of professional development within the past four years.
Certification of Competency in Business Analysis (CCBA)
  • 3,750 hours of business analysis work experience in the past seven years.
  • 900 hours in two of the six BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas or 500 hours in four of the six Knowledge Areas.
  • 21 hours of professional development within the past four years.
  • Minimum high school education or equivalent.
Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP)
  • 7,500 hours of business analysis work experience in the past ten years.
  • 900 hours in four of the six BABOK® Guide Knowledge Areas.
  • 35 hours of professional development within the past four years.
  • Two references from a career manager, client, or CBAP® recipient.
  • Signed Code of Conduct.
  • Agile Analysis Certification (AAC)
  • No specific experience required, but knowledge of Agile principles is beneficial.
  • Completion of the Agile Analysis Certification program.
IQBBA (International Qualifications Board for Business Analysis)
IREB (International Requirements Engineering Board)
  • Certified Foundation Level Business Analyst (CFLBA)
  • No specific experience is required.
  • Recommended to have basic knowledge of business processes.
  • Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering 
  • No specific experience is required.
  • Certified Professional for Requirements Engineering
  • No specific experience is required.
  • Completion of CPRE training courses is beneficial but optional.
PMI (Project Management Institute)
  • Professional in Business Analysis (PBA)
  • Secondary degree (high school diploma, associate’s degree, or global equivalent).
  • 60 months of business analysis experience.
  • 35 hours of business analysis education
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Aspect
Business Analysis
Business Analytics
Definition
Identifying business needs and finding solutions to business problems.
Using data, statistical analysis, and modeling to understand business performance and inform decision-making.
Primary Focus
Requirements gathering, process improvement, solution assessment, stakeholder communication
Data analysis, predictive modeling, reporting, performance measurement
Key Activities
Understanding stakeholder requirements, documenting processes, developing and assessing solutions, facilitating communication between business and technical teams
Analyzing historical data, identifying trends and patterns, creating data-driven insights, forecasting future trends
Skills Required
Analytical skills, effective communication, process modeling, problem-solving
Statistical analysis, technical proficiency (e.g., Python, R), data visualization, business acumen
Common Tools
JIRA, Confluence, IBM Rational RequisitePro, Microsoft Visio, Lucidchart, Excel
R, Python, SAS, Tableau, Power BI, QlikView, SAP BusinessObjects, Oracle BI
Typical Roles
Business Analyst, Requirements Analyst, Process Analyst
Data Analyst, Business Analytics Specialist, Data Scientist
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Job Role
Description
Business Analyst (BA)
The generalist role focused on gathering requirements, analyzing business processes, and recommending solutions to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
Systems Analyst
Specializes in analyzing and designing IT systems to meet business needs, often acting as a bridge between business requirements and technical solutions.
Data Analyst
Focuses on collecting, processing, and analyzing data to help organizations make data-driven decisions, often involving data visualization and reporting.
Process Analyst
Concentrates on analyzing and improving business processes, identifying bottlenecks, and recommending process enhancements for operational efficiency.
Requirements Analyst
Primarily responsible for gathering, documenting, and managing business requirements to ensure they are met throughout the project lifecycle.
Product Owner
Works within Agile teams to define product features, prioritize the product backlog, and ensure the product meets customer and business needs.
Business Intelligence Analyst
Uses data analytics and business intelligence tools to generate insights, create reports, and support strategic decision-making.
Financial Analyst
Analyzes financial data, prepares reports, and provides insights to support budgeting, forecasting, and financial planning processes.
Consultant Business Analyst
Works as an external consultant to provide business analysis services to various clients, often involving project-based work and diverse industry exposure.
Lead Business Analyst
Senior role responsible for overseeing a team of business analysts, ensuring project alignment with business goals, and providing strategic direction.
Agile Business Analyst
Focuses on applying Agile principles to business analysis, working closely with Agile teams to deliver iterative and incremental business solutions.
IT Business Analyst
Specializes in aligning business needs with IT solutions, often involved in system implementation, software development, and technology integration projects.
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1. Microsoft Excel
  • Widely used for data analysis, creating spreadsheets, and performing complex calculations.
  • Offers features such as pivot tables, charts, and formulas that help in data manipulation and visualization.
2. Microsoft PowerPoint
  • Essential for creating presentations to communicate findings, recommendations, and project updates to stakeholders.
  • Allows the incorporation of charts, graphs, and visuals to enhance understanding and engagement.
3. Microsoft Access
  • A database management system that helps in storing, retrieving, and managing data.
  • Useful for creating databases, designing forms, and generating reports.
4.SQL (Structured Query Language)
  • Used for querying and managing data in relational databases.
  • Enables data retrieval, manipulation, and reporting from large datasets.
5.Google Analytics
  • A web analytics tool used to track and report website traffic.
  • Provides insights into user behavior, traffic sources, and conversion rates, aiding in data-driven decision-making
6.Tableau
  • A powerful data visualization tool that helps in creating interactive and shareable dashboards.
  • Facilitates the analysis of complex datasets and the presentation of insights in a visually appealing format.
7.Microsoft Power BI
  • A business analytics service that provides interactive visualizations and business intelligence capabilities.
  • Allows users to create reports and dashboards that can be shared across the organization.
8.SAS (Statistical Analysis System)
  • A software suite used for advanced analytics, multivariate analysis, business intelligence, and data management.
  • Provides tools for predictive analytics and data mining.
9. R and Python
  • Programming languages are widely used for statistical computing and graphics.
  • Both languages offer extensive libraries and packages for data analysis, visualization, and machine learning.
10.JIRA
  • A project management tool commonly used in Agile environments.
  • Helps track tasks, manage projects, and facilitate team collaboration.
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Founding Year
1981
Founder
Narayana Murthy
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
250,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1945
Founder
M.H. Hasham Premji
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
220,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1976
Founder
Shiv Nadar
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
150,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1966
Founder
Dhirubhai Ambani
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
194,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1945
Founder
J.R.D. Tata
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
78,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1938
Founder
Henning Holck-Larsen, Søren Kristian Toubro
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
44,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1945
Founder
J.C. Mahindra, K.C. Mahindra
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
250,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1942
Founder
Champaklal H. Choksey
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
7,500+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1897
Founder
Ardeshir Godrej
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
28,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1945
Founder
Jamnalal Bajaj
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
10,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1984
Founder
Brijmohan Lall Munjal
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
8,500+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1884
Founder
S.K. Burman
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
7,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1990
Founder
Harsh Mariwala
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
1,800+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1931
Founder
Lever Brothers
Country of Origin
UK
Number of Employees
21,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1892
Founder
Nusli Wadia
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
5,400+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1959
Founder
Nestle S.A.
Country of Origin
Switzerland
Number of Employees
7,600+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1907
Founder
Jamshedji Tata
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
80,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1984
Founder
Kallam Anji Redd
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
21,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1935
Founder
Khwaja Abdul Hamied
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
22,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1983
Founder
Dilip Shanghvi
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
36,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1978
Founder
Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
11,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1977
Founder
Gracias Saldanha
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
13,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1968
Founder
Desh Bandhu Gupta
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
18,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1991
Founder
Harsh Goenka
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
10,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1999
Founder
Harsh GoenSubroto Bagchi, Ashok Sootaka
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
21,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
2000
Founder
Jerry Rao
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
30,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1986
Founder
Anand Mahindra
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
125,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1994
Founder
Hasmukhbhai Parekh
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
120,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1994
Founder
Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
97,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1994
Founder
Industrial Credit and Investment Corporation of India
Country of Origin
India
Number of Employees
97,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1976
Founder
Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Ronald Wayne
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
147,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1975
Founder
Bill Gates, Paul Allen
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
181,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
{{FSDSk31="/internal/component"}}
Founding Year
1994
Founder
Jeff Bezos
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
1,500,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
2015
Founder
Larry Page, Sergey Brin
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
156,500+
Official Website Link
NONE
{{FSDSk33="/internal/component"}}
Founding Year
1969
Founder
Lee Byung-chul
Country of Origin
South Korea
Number of Employees
287,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
2004
Founder
Mark Zuckerberg
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
71,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
{{FSDSk35="/internal/component"}}
Founding Year
2003
Founder
Martin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
99,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1987
Founder
Ren Zhengfei
Country of Origin
China
Number of Employees
194,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
{{FSDSk37="/internal/component"}}
Founding Year
1946
Founder
Masaru Ibuka, Akio Morita
Country of Origin
Japan
Number of Employees
110,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1911
Founder
Charles Ranlett Flint
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
350,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1968
Founder
Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
110,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1837
Founder
William Procter, James Gamble
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
99,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1867
Founder
Henri Nestlé
Country of Origin
Switzerland
Number of Employees
291,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1886
Founder
Robert Wood Johnson, James Wood Johnson, Edward Mead Johnson
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
132,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1937
Founder
Kiichiro Toyoda
Country of Origin
Japan
Number of Employees
370,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1969
Founder
Lee Byung-chul
Country of Origin
South Korea
Number of Employees
287,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1892
Founder
Asa Griggs Candler
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
80,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1965
Founder
Donald Kendall, Herman Lay
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
291,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1892
Founder
Thomas Edison, Charles A. Coffin, Elihu Thomson, Edwin J. Houston
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
205,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1937
Founder
German Labour Front
Country of Origin
Germany
Number of Employees
670,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1847
Founder
Werner von Siemens, Johann Georg Halske
Country of Origin
Germany
Number of Employees
303,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1968
Founder
Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
110,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1837
Founder
William Procter, James Gamble
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
99,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1867
Founder
Henri Nestlé
Country of Origin
Switzerland
Number of Employees
291,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1886
Founder
Robert Wood Johnson, James Wood Johnson, Edward Mead Johnson
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
132,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1937
Founder
Kiichiro Toyoda
Country of Origin
Japan
Number of Employees
370,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1937
Founder
Kiichiro Toyoda
Country of Origin
Japan
Number of Employees
370,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1946
Founder
Masaru Ibuka, Akio Morita
Country of Origin
Japan
Number of Employees
110,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1987
Founder
Ren Zhengfei
Country of Origin
China
Number of Employees
194,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1911
Founder
Charles Ranlett Flint
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
350,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Founding Year
1984
Founder
Michael Dell
Country of Origin
United States
Number of Employees
165,000+
Official Website Link
NONE
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Name of the University
Country
QS World University Rankings 2024
University of Oxford
United Kingdom
4
Stanford University
United States of America
3
University of Melbourne
Australia
33
University of Toronto
Canada
34
National University of Singapore
Singapore
11
University of Tokyo
Japan
23
University of Cape Town
South Africa
237
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Name of the University
Country
QS World University Rankings 2024
Stanford Graduate School of Business
United States of America
1
Penn (Wharton)
United States of America
2
Harvard Business School
United States of America
3
London Business School
United Kingdom
4
MIT Sloan School of Management
United States of America
5
University of Chicago (Booth)
United States of America
6
INSEAD
France
Columbia Business School
United States of America
8
HEC Paris
France
9
University of California, Berkeley (Haas)
United States of America
10
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Advantages of AI
Sector/Industry
Advantages
Disadvantages
Healthcare
AI enhances diagnostic accuracy and personalizes treatment plans, improving patient outcomes. Additionally, AI streamlines administrative tasks, making healthcare delivery more efficient.
However, high implementation costs and ethical concerns regarding patient data privacy are significant challenges. Furthermore, AI systems in healthcare are heavily dependent on data quality, which can affect their accuracy and reliability.
Finance
In the finance sector, AI improves fraud detection, automates trading, and provides efficient customer service through chatbots. These systems can analyze vast amounts of data quickly, leading to better decision-making and operational efficiency.
On the downside, job displacement is a concern, particularly in roles such as tellers and analysts. Bias in decision-making algorithms and security risks, including susceptibility to cyberattacks, are significant disadvantages
Manufacturing
AI significantly increases production efficiency, ensures precision in tasks, and reduces downtime through predictive maintenance, leading to higher-quality products and lower operational costs.
However, the high initial investment for AI and automation technologies can be prohibitive, especially for smaller companies. Additionally, there is a risk of job displacement for manual labor roles, and technical skills are needed for system maintenance
Retail
In retail, AI personalizes shopping experiences, improves inventory management, and optimizes supply chain operations, resulting in better customer satisfaction and operational efficiency.
Nevertheless, the loss of human touch in customer service and privacy concerns regarding data collection are notable drawbacks. Additionally, AI may lead to job displacement in traditional retail roles.
Customer Service
AI-powered chatbots and virtual assistants provide 24/7 availability, handle routine inquiries efficiently, and reduce staffing costs, leading to quick and consistent customer service.
However, the lack of empathy and personalized human interaction can result in customer frustration. The effectiveness of AI in customer service is also highly dependent on the quality of the training data used.
Education
AI personalizes learning experiences, makes administrative tasks more efficient, and enhances access to educational resources through content recommendations, supporting better learning outcomes and operational efficiency in educational institutions.
However, potential reduction in teacher-student interaction and high costs of implementing advanced AI systems are significant challenges. Additionally, there may be inequities in access to AI tools across different regions and demographics.
Transportation
AI improves safety and efficiency through autonomous vehicles, optimizes routing and logistics management, and provides predictive maintenance for vehicles and infrastructure, significantly enhancing transportation systems.
Nonetheless, high development and maintenance costs for AI-driven systems, job displacement for drivers and logistics personnel, and security risks such as susceptibility to hacking are major concerns.
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Imp of Financial management
Aspect
Strategic Financial Management
Tactical Financial Management
Time Horizon
Long-term
Short-term
Focus
Overall direction and long-term goals
Immediate operations and short-term objectives
Decision Level
High-level, involving top management
Operational level, involving middle and lower management
Examples of Activities
Capital structure planning, long-term investment decisions, mergers,and acquisitions
Budgeting, managing cash flow, short-term financing decisions,accounts payable and receivable management
Objective
Ensuring sustainability, growth, and maximizing shareholder value
Ensuring liquidity, operational efficiency, and meeting current financial obligations
Approach
Proactive, anticipatory
Reactive, responsive
Risk Management
Focus on long-term risk mitigation and strategic risk management
Focus on managing immediate financial risks and operational issues
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Top Career options after BCA
Job Role
Salary Range (INR per annum)
Description
System Architect
6-10 lakh
Designs and oversees implementation of complex IT systems. Ensures scalability, security, and efficiency. Requires strong technical skills and experience with IT frameworks.
Information Security Analyst
6-10 lakh
Protects organizations from cyber threats. Manages security protocols, conducts risk assessments, and responds to security breaches. Expertise in network security, ethical hacking, and incident response is crucial.
Application Developer
4 lakh
Creates software applications tailored to specific business needs using programming languages like Java, C++, and Python. Involves coding, testing, debugging, and collaboration.
Help Desk Technician
4 lakh
Assists users with technical issues related to products and services. Provides troubleshooting guidance and resolves hardware and software problems. Strong communication skills and technical understanding are essential.
Front-End Developer
3 lakh
Designs and develops user interfaces for websites and applications using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Ensures cross-browser compatibility and optimizes site performance.
Business Systems Analyst
6 lakh
Evaluates and improves an organization’s IT systems. Analyzes requirements, designs solutions, and ensures IT infrastructure meets business needs. Requires strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) Developer
6 lakh
Creates and manages blockchain-based applications. Develops DApps and smart contracts using platforms like Ethereum. Proficiency in blockchain technology, cryptography, and programming languages such as Solidity is essential.
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Job Role
Salary Range (INR per annum)
Description
Application Support Trainee
17,500
Assists in maintaining and troubleshooting software applications. Provides technical support and resolves issues to ensure smooth operation
IT Infrastructure Intern
18,000
Helps manage and support an organization's IT infrastructure, including servers, networks, and hardware. Performs routine maintenance and troubleshooting.
Technical Consultant Assistant
21,500
Supports senior consultants in providing technical solutions to clients. Analyzes client needs, implements IT solutions, and offers technical advice.
Junior Network Technician
20,000
Assists in installing, configuring, and maintaining network equipment. Ensures network connectivity and supports network security measures.
SEO Analyst Trainee
22,500
Assists in optimizing website content to improve search engine rankings. Conducts keyword research, analyzes website performance, and implements SEO strategies.
Helpdesk Support Intern
19,000
Provides first-level technical support to users experiencing hardware and software issues. Troubleshoots problems and escalates complex issues.
Junior Cybersecurity Analyst
20,500
Assists in protecting an organization's IT systems from cyber threats. Monitors security systems, identifies vulnerabilities, and implements security measures.
User Experience (UX) Designer Intern
19,800
Assists in creating user-friendly and engaging designs for websites and applications. Conducts user research, designs wireframes, and collaborates with developers.
Cloud Services Associate
18,200
Helps manage and support cloud-based systems and services. Assists in deploying cloud solutions, monitoring performance, and ensuring security.
IT Business Analyst Trainee
21,700
Analyzes business processes and IT systems to identify areas for improvement. Gathers requirements, documents processes, and supports project management efforts.
AI/ML Developer Intern
20,300
Assists in developing and implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning models. Works with data scientists to build algorithms and create intelligent systems.
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Experience Level
Average Salary (₹ per annum)
Description
0-1 year
280,000
Fresh graduates with 0-1 year of experience can expect to earn around ₹280,000 annually. Roles include junior software developers, IT support staff, and web developers. This period focuses on gaining practical experience and foundational skills
1-4 years
445,560
Professionals with 1-4 years of experience earn an average of ₹445,560 annually. Roles may include software developers, system analysts, and network administrators. Individuals start to take on more responsibilities and contribute to significant projects.
5-9 years
764,000
Those with 5-9 years of experience can earn approximately ₹764,000 annually. Mid-level professionals often hold positions such as senior software engineers, IT consultants, and project managers. Their expertise and leadership skills play a crucial role in their organizations.
10-19 years
1,127,500
Experienced professionals with 10-19 years in the field can expect an average salary of ₹1,127,500 annually. They typically occupy senior roles like IT directors, system architects, and senior project managers. Their extensive experience and strategic vision are critical to organizational success.
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Job Role
Salary Range (INR per annum)
Description
Application Support Trainee
17,500
Assists in maintaining and troubleshooting software applications. Provides technical support and resolves issues to ensure smooth operation
IT Infrastructure Intern
18,000
Helps manage and support an organization's IT infrastructure, including servers, networks, and hardware. Performs routine maintenance and troubleshooting.
Technical Consultant Assistant
21,500
Supports senior consultants in providing technical solutions to clients. Analyzes client needs, implements IT solutions, and offers technical advice.
Junior Network Technician
20,000
Assists in installing, configuring, and maintaining network equipment. Ensures network connectivity and supports network security measures.
SEO Analyst Trainee
22,500
Assists in optimizing website content to improve search engine rankings. Conducts keyword research, analyzes website performance, and implements SEO strategies.
Helpdesk Support Intern
19,000
Provides first-level technical support to users experiencing hardware and software issues. Troubleshoots problems and escalates complex issues.
Junior Cybersecurity Analyst
20,500
Assists in protecting an organization's IT systems from cyber threats. Monitors security systems, identifies vulnerabilities, and implements security measures.
User Experience (UX) Designer Intern
19,800
Assists in creating user-friendly and engaging designs for websites and applications. Conducts user research, designs wireframes, and collaborates with developers.
Cloud Services Associate
18,200
Helps manage and support cloud-based systems and services. Assists in deploying cloud solutions, monitoring performance, and ensuring security.
IT Business Analyst Trainee
21,700
Analyzes business processes and IT systems to identify areas for improvement. Gathers requirements, documents processes, and supports project management efforts.
AI/ML Developer Intern
20,300
Assists in developing and implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning models. Works with data scientists to build algorithms and create intelligent systems.
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