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B.Tech in Data Science, Business and Economics

This cutting-edge interdisciplinary degree is at the nexus of data science and understanding of humans, economy, businesses and government. The Data Science Business and Economics program has a strong core in data science, which is blended with a study of how humans think, behave and make decisions, how our society works and how global economic and financial markets operate. Students will be encouraged to explore the real-world applications that emerge at these intersections to create solutions and value for the economy and society. Application Deadline : Mar 21, 2021
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Learning Experiences

Freshmore Common Core Curriculum
  • Semester 1
  • Semester 2
  • Semester 3
Innovation Lab & Grand Challenge Studio I

Linear Algebra

Basic Science

Programming and Problem Solving I

Basic Electronics and Mechanics

Storytelling and Portfolio

Innovation Lab & Grand Challenge Studio II

Introduction to Human Behaviour

Probability and Statistics

Discrete Mathematics

Programming and Problem Solving II

Fundamentals of Biodesign for Human & Planetary Health

Innovation Lab & Grand Challenge Studio III

Ethics - AI, Robotics, Bio & Economics

Differential Equations


Introduction to Data Science, AI & ML

Introduction to Business, Economics & Society

A student’s journey

You will develop academic depth as well as diverse skill sets and mindset, across four years.

Year 1

Foundational Year

Fundamental courses Quantitative Engineering Analysis, Coding in Context, Basic Sciences, Liberal Arts courses

Year 2

Introduction to Major

Introduction to disciplinary fundamental courses, interdisciplinary courses

Year 3

Advanced Discipline & Electives

Technical Curricular Tracks, Innovation Lab, Liberal Arts and Core Electives

Year 4

Capstone & Projects

Capstone project and Advanced Electives

Experiential Learning

Integrated learning experience across 4 years. Students work on authentic, real world projects through industry and community engagement or by research with faculty.
By having access to state-of-the-art makerspaces and coding cafes and incorporating them in the curriculum, students will become more context-aware, develop critical thinking abilities, and learn by creating. This will help foster a tinkering and problem solving mindset, immersing students in experiential learning from day one. These areas will be open to students to explore, create, prototype and design, while also housing equipment and technologies like 3D printers, sensors, etc.
The core curriculum will not just be limited to engineering and sciences, but bring in exposure to entrepreneurship and design which will enable humane and empathetic outcomes through technology. Each student will undertake multiple different experiences to develop skills like finding opportunities, creating value, and embracing risks. Students will be mentored and supported by Plaksha founders and professionals from industry.
At Plaksha, learning and skill development do not stop in the classroom. Students will have the opportunity to create and immerse themselves in pursuing their academic and creative interests. Student led clubs will be autonomous bodies that operate under the purview of the Office of Student Life. Being the founding batch, students will be encouraged to help establish a vibrant culture through clubs and societies on campus.

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Dates to Remember

10 Jan 2021

Round 1 Deadline

21 March 2021

Round 2 Deadline

25 Apr 2021

Round 3 Deadline

20 Jun 2021

Round 4 Deadline

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