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International Research Journal of Marketing and Economics (IRJME)
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  • IMPORTANCE OF DATA SCIENCE IN VARIOUS FIELDS


  • Navneet kaur (1) Gurpreet Kaur(2)

Abstract:
There is a lot of importance of data science in today s era. Data Science is something which is related to data. Today , Data science is used in various fields. Such As It is used in fields like Business, Medical Field, Retail, Sports And Much more. Most of the big companies uses Data science to analyse the data such as Google, Amazon Etc. Various companies use and collect data various kind such as Raw Data , Structured Data , Unstructured Data. After that there is proper analyse of that data by the company. After by Graphs , Diagrams, Pie Charts they represent the data. It is very difficult to Handle a lot of big data. Also, It is not possible to analyse the whole of the data individually Because data can be raw, Structured, Non Structured, In the form of pictures, Mails Etc. So to handle such a Big data, Various companies use Various Analytical Tools to analyse that big Data. Also, there is a difference between Data science and Data Analysis.


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  • TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING (TVET) TEACHERS TO BUILD SKILLED NIGERIA


  • Abdullahi Binta Suleiman

Abstract:
This study was carried out in order to identify means by which TVET teachers and training instructors could build a skilled Nigeria through giving options in career exploration, basic academic supports and life skills. Simple random sampling technique was used in selecting participants for this research, 500 respondents were sampled, and data were analyzed using statistical software. The study showed that active youth were heavily involved in one or more trade for skills development to mention but a few are carpentry, electrician, mechanic, motorcyclist, welding,brick-layer etc. 50.0 % of the respondents were between 26 -30 years, and explained that they chooses those trades because of low or lack of employment.100% male by gender and39.0 % were in those trades for over 20 yearsand 40.0% were full time operators.One-fifths (20.0%) were engaged in commercial motorcycling which has no/less technical value addition to the nation’s economy, this was as a result of high income obtained in the trade(com motorcycling).Most of the respondents (25.0%) in this research hadNABTEB(National business and technical examination board certificate),level of education, followed by 18.0% of them who had a senior secondary school education,16.0% had National Diploma (ND), 10.0% obtain National certificate of education (NCE).The research concludes that thedidactic liability for what happens to students at work remains with vocational teachers, their success depends on the readiness of teachers to offer learning opportunities to students, and the students to utilize their talents and explore their competences accordingly.


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