Introduction to Data Mining
Introduction to Data Warehousing
Trends in Data Warehousing
Medium of instructions English
Mode of learning Self study
Mode of Delivery Video and Text Based
With the rise in competition in the market, to provide the best customer service the demand for Data Mining professionals is at an all-time high. Data Mining is the process of collecting raw data from a business and turning it into meaningful information, which can be researched to detect customer buying patterns, launching campaigns, and even detecting spam and fraud. Data Miners break down the data provided to find patterns as requested.
Data Mining is decoding sequential patterns and associations to highlight any growing trend in customer behaviour. Companies can use Data Mining software to classify and detect information as requested. Such a technique is used in many industries such as restaurants and supermarkets.
The process of data mining involves different steps. First, data is loaded in data warehouses, then data is managed or stored in the cloud or in the company. The data is accessed by management teams, business analysts, and information technology professionals to determine how it will be organised. Then, the software forms the data on the basis of the user, and the data is then presented in an easy to share format.
Audio-video learning experience
An online forum for discussion of doubts
Study material can be downloaded/printed
Credits can be transferred to University Academic Records
Online e-learning access
Free of cost course material
Attend in-person certification exam at designated centres
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- Project-oriented learning
- Additional reference link
- Video-based study material
- Weekly assessment
Course and certificate fees
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Who it is for
This course is designed for computer science and engineering students at the undergraduate level.
There are no specific prerequisites mentioned for this course. But this course is designed for computer science and engineering students on the undergraduate level.
Certificate Qualifying Details
The course is free of cost, students only need to register and pay if they want a Certificate.
The required score for qualifying for the Certificate is 30 percent of course Assessment & 70 percent of end-term Proctored Exam.
The final marking pattern of the Final score is the Average assignment score and exam score.
The Certification fee is Rs. 1000.
What you will learn
After completion of this course, students will have practical and fundamental knowledge about various topics related to data mining. Some of them are as follows:
Basics of data mining
Data warehousing architecture
Analysis of trends in Data Mining
Applications in Data Warehousing
Association Rule Mining
Data Mining Methods
Swayam courses are free of cost, so students can enrol and learn from any part of the world.
If students need a Certificate for the course they are pursuing they need to fill up the admission form and pay the Certification price.
The Certificate provided to the students once they pass the certification exam, will be e-verifiable at nptel.ac.in/noc
For the Certificate, students need to appear in an offline exam, conducted by Swayam at their designated centre.
Filling the form
To register for the certification exam conducted by Swayam students need to fill an application form which has a very simple process.
Click on the Sign In/Register option given on top of the page
Make a Swayam account through your Gmail account or any social media page
Check if the course is currently available and fill the registration form
Registration form details are available once the course is available.
Data Warehousing and Mining
Data Warehousing Architecture-IV
Data Warehousing Architecture-V
Association Rule Mining
Association Rule Mining-III
Association Rule Mining-IV
Association Rule Mining-V
Association Rule Mining-I
Association Rule Mining-II
Data Warehousing Architecture
Applications in Data Warehousing
Data Warehousing Architecture-I
Data Warehousing Architecture-II
Data Warehousing Architecture-III
Other Data Mining Methods
Other Data Mining Methods-I
Other Data Mining Methods-II
Other Data Methods
Other Data Mining Methods-III
Other Data Mining Methods-IV
There is no financial aid/scholarship available for this course as all the Swayam courses are free of cost. Students only need to pay Rs.1000 if they want a Certificate.
Students need to sit in an offline exam conducted by Swayam at their designated centre they get to choose from while filling the form.
The price of the registration form is 1000 INR.
The final marking pattern of the Final score is a combination of both exam score and Average assignment score.
The required percentage for qualifying for the Certificate is 30% of course Assessment & 70% of end-term Proctored Exam.
How it helps
Enrolling in Swayam Data Mining Course comes with multiple benefits that will help students in long term career opportunities. Some of them are as follows:
Students can access the course material created by top faculty members of the country for free.
The best benefit of the course is how students get to learn from the top faculty members of the country and get full opportunity to interact and learn through the course forum.
This is a Government course that will help students to score top-notch career opportunities in the future.
This course is designed for Computer Science and Engineering students who are at the undergraduate level in college.
There is no financial aid/scholarship available for this course as every course on Swayam is free of cost. Students only need to pay if they need a Certificate.
This course is designed by the country's best faculty members and is even taught by them. The demand for data mining professionals is at an all-time high in the market as every business, big or small, is highly dependent on social media advertising and research data related to it.
Students need to appear in an in-person exam conducted by Swayam and score the required percentage of marks to get the Certificate. The score is based on both assignment scores and exam scores.
Yes, Swayam is in fact a Government certification body.
Mr. L.Abraham David of St.John’s College, Palayamkottai is the instructor of this course. He is associated with the Department of Computer Science and M.Sc. (NIT and IT).
All Swayam Certificates are MHRD approved, so universities can use Swayam scores as their credentials.
Yes, the Swayam Data Mining course is 100% online. Students only need to appear in an in-person exam for Certification.