IndiaCan launches in Nagaland
Dimapur, February 23 (MExN): IndiaCan in a joint venture with Pearson solutions Ltd launched its first vocational training centre in Nagaland at Dimapur on February 23. The institute will run under the proprietorship of Vikali Zhimomi.
The chief guest for inaugural programme was MLA Azheto Zhimomi. In his speech he said that the establishment of the institute would benefit the youngsters and create much wider scope in regard to employment. He said unemployment issue is visible and government is also doing its best to address the issue.
The proprietor of IndiaCan Dimapur Vikali Zhimomi also addressed the gathering and said she wanted to do something worthwhile for the society and through IndiaCan she has fulfilled her dream. She said with the establishment of the institute here, youngsters can save money and need not go outside the state to take up job oriented courses.
Also, the AVP of IndiaCan Vikas Metha in his press statement stated: “Our aim is to bridge the gap, between unemployed youth in the region and employment opportunities by providing them certified job skills. We will aim at imparting industry relevant skill set to the students in and around Dimapur to make them most sought after and industry ready professionals.”
Enquiring on the fee structures and placement opportunities, Mehta said that the fee varies from one course to another depending on the duration of the course. The fee starts from Rs 3000 to 45,000.
He revealed that IndiaCan has signed MoU with 54 organisations and the students will be placed according to the vacancies available in those companies. However, Mehta said: “We do not guarantee jobs but we guarantee placement opportunities.”
The institute offers courses in spoken English, accounts, sales, retail and IT infrastructure management and media & broadcasting. Moreover, students will also get an international level certification from Edexcel, UK after successful completion of the course. IndiaCan has also recently announced the launch of Workfirst, the first ever international level certification for vocational skils in India for entry level jobs.
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