Bangalore, Nov 30 (UNI) In a move to support rural and urban youth to shape up their career, Influx Infotech today announced a 'Total Graduate Programme' jointly with Karnataka Government owned KEONICS to give finishing touch to graduate students to brighten their prospects.
Briefing newsmen here after the formal launch of the programme, Keonics Director (Operations) B S Patri said the programme would be covered by 250 centres of KEONICS in the first phase with the help of Influx group across the country, mainly targetting students of various courses such as BA, B Sc, B Com, BE, BBA and BBM, to improve their skills and people them for industry use.
Explaining the programme, Influx Chairman and Managing Director Shivaji Chamkere said the 60-hour training programme comprised basic computers, operating system, MS Office Package, database concepts, among other things.
The programme was aimed at helping students to improve their communication and management skills personality development and career guidance, he explained.
He said Influx would open 1,000 centres to implement the programme as against the existing 24 by March 2009.
The turnover of the company at present was around Rs 200 crore and expected to cross Rs 1,000 crore by 2010.