I have got the training on SAS Foundation Package (Base SAS, Proc I, Proc II, Querying and Reporting using Enterprise Guide) from Sas Institute India Ltd. It has been a thrilling experience to me as I waited long for this training. Now I can work with the sas programming and reporting. In addition, this will help me to run statistical analysis with the help of Enterprise Guide. Mr. Sudeesh Sankaravel provided the total training and guide us throughout the course. It was good experience to be with him.
Arrangement were excellent by SAS India. All total 12 people were took part to that course.
At last I have cleared the NCFM (Dealer’s module) examination. But marks are poor (55% only) 😦
After one month of study feeling quite relax now. But I faced a bit of difficulties in the examination hall. In fact, I was not aware of that digital diary is not allowed, only simple calculator you can carry. So they take away the diary and I had to do the maths manually 🙂
Anyway I am happy. And now thinking to appear for the Derivative module in the next month.
Also one thing one should keep in mind. For the capital market, negative marking is there.
Filed under Education, exams
I have completed M.Sc in Economics from the University of Calcutta, Department of Economics. That was in the year 2004. After that I had started to pursue the Actuarial Science Course from the Institute of Actuaries of India. Cleared only one subject CT7 😦 Now I am trying to appear for CT2 in November. Lets see what happen. Oh! by the way I had appeared for CT3 also… but coudn’t made that clear. In the graduation level I had major in Economics. And in PG level statistics and econometrics was the special paper.