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Job oriented courses

It stands out clearly on a resume of the student. Employers appreciate continuous learners because it shows that you’re always looking to progress and absorb new things, making you a treasured benefit to any organization.

Provides a well-rounded training and learning new things, help to communicate better and opens minds to new ideas and ways of thinking.

Enables last-minute career change and helps student to get closer to the career very fast. It helps to earn more money in a short amount of time and take potential steps toward a degree program in the future.

Management:

Course-1: Certificate Course on Research Methodology (CCRM)

Objective:

  • To impart research skills to the beginners and help improve the quality of Research by the existing researchers.
  • To help the students to understand the Concept and Methods of Business Research.
  • To provide the knowledge to the students so that they will be able to plan, design and execute research proposals

Duration: 25 Hours

Eligibility: X Pass

Course-2: GERMINATION: A Certification Module for Developing Entrepreneurship

Objective:

The learning outcomes include development of the key capacities outlined in the goals section, along with the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

  • Identify need(s), particularly one(s) tied to large, complex problems
  • Generate multiple ideas (innovations) to address the need(s) identified
  • Assess the validity (under realistic constraints) of the innovation(s) generated
  • Create the needed financing for an innovation project or venture and manage finances in order to successfully sustain a project or venture
  • Lead manage and work effectively within a team
  • Communicate effectively, particularly innovative ideas, verbally and in writing

Duration: 30 Hours

Eligibility: X Pass

Course-3: Certificate Course in Financial Derivatives

Objective:

The main objective of this course is that how derivative products are used by the operators. The course presents and analyses derivatives, such as forwards, futures, options and swaps. The purpose of this course is to provide the students with the necessary skills to value and to employ futures, options and other related derivative products.

The course defines the main kind of derivatives, shows how they are used to achieve various hedging and speculative objectives, introduces a framework for pricing derivatives and studies several applications of derivative-pricing techniques.

Duration: 45 Hours

Eligibility: X Pass

 

 

Computer Science

Course-1: C-Language Certificate Course

Objective:

Objective of this certification course is to make the student understand the programming language basics, concepts and their real life application.

Duration: 45 Hours

Eligibility: XII Pass

Course-2: Certificate Course in MS-OFFICE

Objective:

To help the candidate gain proficiency in text editing and formatting, spreadsheet and database management, and presentation preparation.  An additional goal of the course is for the student to gain basic knowledge of modern-day computing technology

Duretion: 56 Hours (Theory: 11 Practical: 45)

Eligibility: X Pass

Course-3: MS-Excel Professional Certificate

Objective:

This program is designed for the beginners in MS Excel who want to get hands on the most powerful tool for data manipulation and data analysis. MS Excel is being widely used in almost every department for data manipulation and analysis. This program will enable the candidate to efficiently manage data in MS Excel and organization of data for further usage. This will also empower the candidate to extract the information form the data.

Duration: 25 Hours

Eligibility: X Pass

 

 

Commerce

Course-1: Certificate Course in Tally (ERP.9)

Objective:

Tally accounting is designed to help you to better manage your books of accounts, Business & it will empower your business skills.

Duration: 25 Hours

Eligibility: XII Pass


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