Telecom sales and services course launched, MoU signed with DU
Centum Learning signs a MoU and launches a certificate course with Delhi University.education Updated: Jun 22, 2009 21:02 IST
Centum Learning in its continuous efforts to address the "skill gap" prevailing in the service sector in the country signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Delhi University. It also launched a certificate course in Telecommunication Sales and Services in collaboration with Delhi University (DU).
Centum Learning will conduct a certificate course in Telecommunication Sales and Services. The course will entail two levels; Level 1 and Level 2 of six months each. Students clearing Level 1 successfully would be eligible to apply for Level 2. The course, which would be first of its kind to be offered under DU, will address topical issues that the telecom industry is facing today.
This course has been specially designed keeping in mind the development of employability skills of students studying with School of Open Learning and Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board, University of Delhi. However, all students of Delhi University pursuing graduation or postgraduation in any stream would be able to apply for the course.
The academic session would commence from July 2009 for which the candidates would be selected on an interview basis. The certification of the successful candidates would be jointly done by DU and Centum Learning. Also, Centum Learning alongwith DU will provide placement assistance to the meritorious students after successful completion of all the semesters of the programs as per the terms and conditions.
Commenting on the launch Sanjeev Duggal, CEO & Executive Director, Centum Learning Limited said "The current global meltdown has hardly affected the Telecom sector in India, which is expected to create 1, 50,000 jobs this year alone. Centum Learning, with its years of experience in adding skill to personnel in the Telecom sector, is launching yet another initiative in collaboration with Delhi University, which would address the skill gap and help maintain the growth trajectory for this sector."