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GST TRAINING COURSE
Central Government have recently launched a training programme in the field of Goods and Services Tax (GST) and to train around two lakh people in six months to handle tax compliance issues relating to invoice. This will help businesses areas such as registration and calculation of tax liability.
There have been 100 centres inaugurated digitally. The Ministry also launched national portal for assessors and trainers besides 51 new Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana centres.
Anyone who want to upgrade their skills can undergo this training programme. Candidates including chartered accountants, company secretaries, graduates and post-graduates in commerce, banking, statistics, financial markets and business administration can get the GST training certificate after successfully undergoing the GST training course. The interested candidates can enroll themselves for GST training course by calling at 088000-55555.
Pearson and National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School have launched the Emerging Leaders Management Acceleration Programme (ELMAP), a blended executive programme for young business professionals.
Commencing on October 14, this programme brings together business skills and superior content from NUS to offer in-depth understanding of various functional areas of Management and Leadership.
Working professionals with two to 10 years of work experience, who are keen to work in cross-functional teams or need to coordinate with multiple business functions, would benefit most from the six-month part-time weekend course.
The programme will equip participants with the fundamental concepts of leadership, business strategy, marketing and sales management, big data, service operations, supply chain management, business innovation and finance analytics. It will include four to six webinars with industry leaders. Candidates will be awarded with a certificate from NUS Business School upon successful completion of the programme.
The direct-to-desktop ‘live-online’ classroom sessions with NUS Business School faculty members will provide flexibility to participants to learn from anywhere. The last date to apply is October 6. Interested applicants can find details of the program at http://pearson-professional.com/career-programs/nus/.
The Institute of Management Technology (IMT), invites admissions to its two-year Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) and MBA programmes for June 2018-19 batch. The curriculum is geared to embed innovation, execution and social responsibility as the key values in the young managers’ mind. This is being done through core courses on sustainability and social responsibility, design thinking and organisation based projects.
After successful completion of the course, the students would also have an opportunity to be a part of entrepreneurial/social/ rural/ international immersion, basis their areas of interest. The aspirants should have taken the CAT 2017/XAT 2018 or GMAT. The final selections process for ‘IMT-FIT’ candidates will be done through thinking test, group exercise and personal interview (CT-GE-PI). Work experience candidates will be additionally evaluated on the relevance of their work experience in relation to the PGDM programme.
Candidates can apply for the globally accredited residential programmes at Ghaziabad, Nagpur, Dubai and Hyderabad campus. They can fill in the common application form at www.imt.edu/admissions2018. The application fee is Rs 2000 plus taxes. The last date to apply is November 24, 2017. Critical thinking test, group exercise and personal interview process will be held in February 2018, post shortlisting the candidate on the basis of CAT/XAT/GMAT. For more details, visit www.imt.edu.
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