Power Up Your Data: Power BI Training for Business Leaders



This course is designed to cater to a diverse range of professionals who are eager to embrace blockchain technology and harness its potential in their respective fields. It provides a solid foundation for both technical and non-technical individuals to understand the concepts, applications, and challenges associated with blockchain, empowering them to drive innovation and make informed decisions in the rapidly evolving blockchain landscape.

Finance and Banking Professionals: Professionals working in financial institutions who want to gain insights into blockchain’s impact on financial transactions, payment systems, and security.

Supply Chain and Logistics Professionals: Individuals involved in supply chain management, logistics, and procurement interested in understanding how blockchain can enhance transparency, traceability, and efficiency in the supply chain.

Legal and Compliance Experts: Professionals in the legal field who want to grasp the legal implications and regulatory frameworks associated with blockchain technology.


The total estimated duration to cover java full stack training program including theory and hands-on projects would be approximately 10 weeks(2.5 months). This is considering daily 2 hours commitment and assuming 5 days training week :-

Theory and Conceptual Learning:

  • HTML, CSS, and JavaScript: 4 hours
  • Java Programming: 8 hours
  • Java Frameworks (Spring Boot or JavaServer Faces): 8 hours
  • Relational Databases (SQL, Database Design, and Querying): 6 hours
  • Hibernate (Object-Relational Mapping): 2 hours
  • Front-End Frameworks (React.js or Angular): 8 hours
  • RESTful API Development: 6 hours
  • Server-Side Technologies (Java Servlets and JSP): 8 hours
  • Spring Framework: 8 hours
  • Testing and Quality Assurance: 2 hours
  • DevOps and Deployment: 2 hours
  • Security Best Practices: 1 hour

Hands-on Projects:

  • Project 1: 7 hours
  • Project 2: 7 hours
  • Project 3: 7 hours

Please note this estimation can vary a little bit as per the pace of the batch, additional inclusion of hands-on sessions on the fly . Its also important to allocate ample time to enhance engagement during the session , project implementation  by students , revising of concepts and technologies time to time to reinforce understanding. We don’t compromise in learning quality. Hence it may  extend the class duration a bit.

With our comprehensive Java Full Stack training and hands-on project experience, you’ll be well-equipped to tackle real-world challenges, contribute to innovative projects, and secure lucrative positions in the thriving IT industry. Your expertise in both frontend and backend development, coupled with the Java technology stack, will position you as a valuable asset to companies seeking versatile and skilled professionals.

Take the leap into the world of Java Full Stack development and unlock a future filled with exciting career prospects and competitive salaries!

Here are some potential job roles with estimated salary ranges you can aim for :-

  1. Full Stack Developer:
    • Responsibilities: Developing and maintaining both frontend and backend components of web applications, collaborating with cross-functional teams, implementing features and enhancements, ensuring seamless user experiences.
    • Salary Range: INR 6,00,000 to 15,00,000 per annum
  2. Frontend Developer:
    • Responsibilities: Designing and implementing captivating user interfaces, developing responsive web pages, optimizing performance and user experience, collaborating with designers and backend developers.
    • Salary Range: INR 4,50,000 to 12,00,000 per annum
  3. Backend Developer:
    • Responsibilities: Building and maintaining robust server-side applications, implementing RESTful APIs, handling business logic and data manipulation, optimizing performance and scalability.
    • Salary Range: INR 5,00,000 to 14,00,000 per annum
  4. Java Developer:
    • Responsibilities: Developing and maintaining Java-based applications, writing efficient and reliable code, integrating with external systems and APIs, troubleshooting and debugging, ensuring code quality and scalability.
    • Salary Range: INR 4,00,000 to 12,00,000 per annum
  5. Software Engineer:
    • Responsibilities: Participating in the full software development lifecycle, collaborating with cross-functional teams, designing and implementing software solutions, writing clean and efficient code, performing testing and debugging.
    • Salary Range: INR 4,50,000 to 13,00,000 per annum



Course Outline
Introduction to Power BI
  1. Overview of Power BI
  2. Understanding Power BI Desktop, Power BI Service, and Power BI Mobile
  3. Connecting to data sources
  4. Loading and transforming data
  5. Creating data models
Data Transformation and Data Modeling
  1. Data shaping and cleaning using Power Query Editor
  2. Creating calculated columns and measures
  3. DAX (Data Analysis Expressions) fundamentals
  4. Building relationships between tables
  5. Creating calculated columns and measures using DAX in Power Pivot
Data Visualization Basics
  1. Creating basic visuals like tables, bar charts, and line charts
  2. Formatting and customizing visuals
  3. Using themes and templates
  4. Working with slicers and filters
Advanced Data Visualization
  1. Visualizations for geospatial data
  2. Tree maps, heat maps, and funnel charts
  3. Hierarchical drill-down and drill-through techniques
  4. Custom visuals and integrating custom visualizations
Data Analysis and Insights
  1. Applying statistical functions and analytics in Power BI
  2. Time intelligence functions and date-based calculations using Power Pivot and DAX
  3. Top N, bottom N, and ranking analysis
Power BI Service and Collaboration
  1. Publishing reports and dashboards to Power BI Service
  2. Sharing and collaborating on reports with colleagues and stakeholders
  3. Power BI workspaces and content packs
  4. Row-level security and data access control in Power Pivot and Power View
Power BI and Excel Integration
  1. Importing data from Excel into Power BI
  2. Building Power BI reports using Excel data and Power Pivot
  3. Power BI features in Excel, including Power View

Data Refresh and Scheduled Refresh
  1. Setting up data refresh in Power BI Service
  2. Managing data refresh schedules for Power Pivot and Power View reports
  3. Troubleshooting data refresh issues
Power BI and Azure Integration
  • Using Power BI with Azure data services
  • Streaming data and real-time dashboards with Power BI
  • Power BI embedded and customizing dashboards with Power View
Power BI and Power Apps Integration
  1. Integrating Power Apps with Power BI for data entry and workflows
  2. Creating interactive apps with Power BI visuals
Power BI Administration and Governance
  1. Administering Power BI workspaces, datasets, and reports
  2. Implementing security and data protection best practices for Power Pivot and Power View
  3. Managing licensing and capacity
Power BI Best Practices and Performance Optimization
  1. Optimizing Power BI reports for performance, including Power Pivot and Power View reports
  2. Designing efficient data models and queries
  3. Implementing data compression techniques
Advanced Data Visualization - Gauge Chart
  1. Introduction to Gauge Chart: Understand the concept and use cases of the Gauge Chart in Power BI.
  2. Creating Basic Gauge Visuals: Learn how to create simple gauge charts to represent single data points and KPIs.
  3. Customizing Gauge Visuals: Explore various customization options to enhance the appearance and interactivity of the Gauge Chart.
  4. Advanced Gauge Chart Techniques: Dive deeper into advanced gauge chart techniques, including multi-category gauges and target-based gauges.
  5. Combining Gauge Chart with Other Visualizations: Discover how to combine the Gauge Chart with other visuals to create insightful dashboards.
ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) with Power BI
  1. Introduction to ETL: Understand the crucial role of ETL in data preparation and analysis.
  2. Extracting Data: Learn various methods to extract data from different sources, including databases, Excel, web, and cloud-based services.
  3. Transforming Data: Explore Power Query Editor to clean, reshape, and transform raw data into a structured format suitable for analysis.
  4. Combining Data: Master data blending techniques to merge data from multiple sources and create unified datasets.
  5. Data Loading and Refresh: Understand the data loading process in Power BI and schedule automatic data refresh for up-to-date insights.
Real-time project : sales analysis dashboard
  1. Project Title: Sales Analysis DashboardObjective: Build an interactive sales analysis dashboard using Power BI to provide insights into sales performance, trends, and opportunities for a fictional e-commerce company.Step-by-Step Description:

    Step 1: Data Collection and Preparation

    • Identify or create a sample dataset that includes sales transactions, product details, customer information, and date of purchase.
    • Cleanse the data to handle any missing or erroneous entries, ensuring data integrity.
    • Load the cleaned dataset into Power BI Desktop.

    Step 2: Data Modeling and Relationships

    • Create a data model by defining relationships between tables (e.g., sales transactions to products and customers).
    • Utilize Power Pivot to enhance the data model with calculated columns and measures for metrics like total sales, profit, and average order value.

    Step 3: Data Visualization

    • Design the dashboard layout with a focus on user-friendly navigation and aesthetics.
    • Add various visualizations like bar charts, line charts, and pie charts to represent sales trends, product categories, and customer segments.
    • Include slicers to allow users to filter data based on time periods, product categories, and customer demographics.

    Step 4: Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

    • Integrate KPI cards to display crucial metrics, such as total revenue, profit margin, and top-selling products.
    • Implement conditional formatting to highlight KPIs based on predefined thresholds for performance evaluation.

    Step 5: Geographic Analysis

    • Utilize map visuals to showcase sales distribution across regions or countries.
    • Add drill-down functionality to allow users to explore sales data at different geographical levels.

    Step 6: Customer Segmentation

    • Implement clustering techniques to group customers based on purchase behavior and demographics.
    • Create visuals that illustrate customer segments’ contribution to overall sales and profitability.

    Step 7: Time Series Analysis

    • Build line charts to analyze sales trends over time, allowing users to identify seasonal patterns and growth opportunities.
    • Use forecasting features to predict future sales based on historical data.

    Step 8: Sales Funnel Analysis

    • Construct a funnel chart to visualize the sales process from lead generation to conversion.
    • Analyze the funnel data to identify potential bottlenecks and optimize the sales pipeline.

    Step 9: Drill-Through Reports

    • Create drill-through reports that provide deeper insights into specific product categories or individual customer details.
    • Enable users to navigate from summary-level dashboards to detailed reports seamlessly.

    Step 10: Dashboard Interactivity

    • Add interactivity features like bookmarks, buttons, and tooltips to enhance user engagement.
    • Ensure that the dashboard is intuitive and easy to use, even for users with limited Power BI experience.

    Step 11: Report Publishing and Sharing

    • Publish the completed dashboard to the Power BI Service for online access.
    • Share the dashboard with relevant stakeholders, granting appropriate permissions for data access and interactions.

    Step 12: Dashboard Maintenance and Updates

    • Regularly review and update the dataset and dashboard to ensure the information remains current and relevant.
    • Gather feedback from users and make necessary improvements to enhance the dashboard’s usability and effectiveness.


Project Conclusion: Congratulations! You have successfully built a comprehensive sales analysis dashboard using Power BI. Your interactive dashboard will provide valuable insights into sales performance, product trends, customer behavior, and other critical metrics, empowering decision-makers with data-driven insights to drive business growth and success.



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