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Who can be a Business Analyst?
Any high-school graduate or post-graduate who is enthusiastic about business as well as technology with good analytical, communication, presentation, and documentation skills can become a Business Analyst.
Minimum high school education and proven skills of Business Analysis is required.
The essential Business Analysis Skills are:
  • Analyze and understand the business problems

  • Identify and document requirements

  • Communicate effectively (written and spoken)

  • Manage client relationships

  • Facilitate discussions

  • Negotiate and build consensus

  • Model data and processes

  • Plan and manage activities

  • Facilitate and develop business strategy

  • Understand and manage organizational change





Brief content of BA course: BA Fundamentals, Overview on CMMI, IIBA, BABOK, CBAP, CCBA, Software Development Life Cycle, SDLC Methodologies – Waterfall, Agile, Scrum, RUP, Iterative, Incremental, Lean, Extreme Programming (XP), etc, Enterprise Analysis, Business Architecture, Project Scope, Project Charter, Requirements Process, Planning, Management, Analysis, RACI Matrix, Work Efforts & Estimations, Requirements - Business, User, System, Functional, Non-Functional, Implementation and UI Requirements, Elicitation Techniques - Data Analysis, Models, Scenarios, Context Diagrams, Surveys, Questionnaire, Interviewing, Brainstorming, Reverse Engineering, Prototyping, Wire Frames, JAD – Joint Application Development, Requirements Validation, Review, Walkthrough, Sign Off, Unified Modeling Language (UML), Overview of UML2.x, Use Case diagrams, activity diagrams, UML tools, UI tools, Object-Oriented Approach, RTM - Requirements Traceability Matrix, Change Management, Risk Management, Impact Analysis, Gap Analysis, Versioning, Approvals, and UAT (User Acceptance Testing). Please download our BA Course Curriculum for complete details.

We also do offer UML Training (1-week) - covering all topics from evolution of UML till advanced level topics and working with all types of UML tools. Please download our UML Training Curriculum for complete details.


July 2017


Batch I - 3-28 July @ 6-8am IST

Batch II - 10 July onwards @ 8-10pm IST

Weekends - One-on-one @ flexible timings


UML Training


From 24 July onwards @ 8-10pm IST


Training Approach

40 PD hours
40 hours of LIVE instructor-led-training
4 weeks - Monday to Friday @ 2hrs/day
Every day assignments
Daily review of assignments
2 real-time projects implementation
Resume + Interview help
Life-time Support

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