Understanding the need of the hour, our professional development sessions are aimed at developing essential technical skills as well as soft skills required in social sciences for the members. These will range from beginner-level data analytics and interview tricks/tips to more specific sessions on streamlined topics as we go on.
They are curated and prepared by the Personal Development Group.
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Data Analytics and Analytical Software
We had our first session on 23rd August on the need for data analytics in econ and a basic primer on coding languages like STATA, R, Python, etc (their use, tips on learning them, difficulty level, etc). The session included a basic introduction on each of these languages, along with how they are typically used. The idea of the session was to help one figure out which skill would be the most useful for them to learn. It was meant to serve as a starter session and will be followed up by more detailed sessions on each of these based on interest. This session required no prior knowledge of coding languages but only an open mind and willingness and interest to learn!
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Check out our In-house Resources
This document compiled by the PD Working Group contains links to help you get started with learning R! If you're interested in learning with us, or mentoring others - reach out to Saumya Singla
This folder compiled by Torsha Chakravorty contains links to help you get started with learning Python!
If you're interested in learning with us, or adding resources to the folder - reach out to Torsha Chakravorty
This document compiled by Prashansa Srivastava based on inputs of members of the group contains links to help you get started with learning Stata!
If you're interested in learning with us, or adding resources to the folder - reach out to Prashansa