IIJT opens 2 centres in Bangalore
Bangalore, Sep 1: To bridge the huge demand-supply gap in the field of computer accounting, Indian Institute of Job-Oriented Training (IIJT) today launched its activities in South India from here.
The institute, which launched its Malleshwaram and Basavangudi centre here, gave equal importance to theoretical knowledge and practical application, thus meeting the needs of the industry.
IIJT CEO Devesh Srivastava told newspersons here that the computer accountancy course of the institute would guarantee those who want to pursue accounting as a career with top quality jobs. The institute gave its students a world class experience in learning with fully interactive classrooms and options for online training.
He said the road ahead for IIJT included expansion plans for building an integrated network of quality vocational training centres all over the country that would cater to the masses. By March 2007, IIJT targetted to open 100 fully operational centres.
The courses offered include computer fundamentals, accountancy and audit to banking and finance, capital market operations, and corporate and industrial law. IIJT also trained students on soft skill module, designed in partnership with Hero Mindmine, a division of the US Dollar 3.2 billion Hero group of companies. Besides, IIJT provided 100 per cent guaranteed placement through its dedicated placement cell.