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We conducts training programs for various skill sets of subject as given below.
- Office Packages
- Accounting Packages
- Programming Languages
- Web Design Courses
- Mobile App Development Courses
- Structural Designing Courses
- Desktop designing Courses
- In-Class room training
- Live Online training via google meet
- Introduction to Operating System
- Text editing Software’s
- Drawing and Painting Software’s
- Basic activities on Operating System
- Word Processing Application Software
- Spread sheet Processing Application Software
- Presentation type of Application Software
- Mini Database processing Software
- Web development Course CMS
- e-commerce website development
- Android Mobile App development using Ionic Framework & PHP Script & Web Server
- CAD Computer Aided Design
- GIMP: The true Photoshop alternative. Key Features: Customizable Interface.
- Krita. Key Features: Layer management support. …
- Darktable. Key Features: Develop RAW images. …
- Inkscape. Key Features: Tools for object creation (best for drawing/sketching)
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In this Accounting Packages of Computer training it includes the topics like
Tally Erp 9 with GST (Goods and Services Tax)
We cover the following topics given below
• Tally Introduction || Basic of Accounts || Golden Rules || Journal || Terms Used || Company Creation || Ledger || Groups || Vouchers || Cost
Category & Center || Inventory Info || Group Creation || Primary Group ||
Voucher Creation || Balance Sheet || Profit & Loss || Trial Balance ||Price
List ||Re-Order Level || Actual & Billed Qty || Order Processing (Supplier & Customer) || Interest Calculation || Import & Export || Backup & Restore || Consolidation of Accounts || Splitting Company || Functional Keys ||
Regional Languages || ODBC || Payroll || Job Costing || Bill of Materials ||Stock Journal || Physical Stock || Non-Accounting Vouchers|| Method of
Adjustment || Filter || Company Features , Configuration || Banking .||
Taxation in India || Sales Tax & Service Tax||GST| TDS & Income Tax
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IBM on Friday announced its collaboration with National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to offer a free digital education platform focused on emerging technologies and professional development skills.
As a part of the collaboration, IBM will curate online courses from Open P-Tech platform and offer it to users via NSDC’s eSkill India portal to empower Indian youth on various skills to succeed in future careers.
IBM will provide online courses in emerging technologies like cybersecurity, blockchain, artificial intelligence and machine learning, cloud and Internet of Things along with professional skills like design thinking to learners between 18 to 22 years for free.
Currently available in English, the platform will soon be available in various Indian languages — starting with Hindi followed by 10 Indian languages including Kannada, Telegu, Tamil, Punjabi, Gujarati, Sindhi, Urdu, Bengali.
IBM will catalogue its 30-plus courses with over 60 hours of learning as a knowledge partner.
NSDC Managing Director and CEO Manish Kumar said the power of technology should be leveraged for reaching out to the youth with scale and quality.
“Online training through digital platforms need to be accelerated to overcome geographical and socio-economic barriers. Digital learning will enable higher participation of women in the labour workforce as the scope for employability will increase,” he said.
“Overall, digital learning will boost the prospects of employment and livelihood for the youth.”
Sandip Patel, Managing Director of IBM India and South Asia said as the pandemic is driving the digital transition to happen more quickly, there must be new forms of learning if we want to empower young learners with technical and market-related skills.
“Our collaboration with NSDC is a significant milestone to equip the next generation with digital skills,” he said.
In the past, IBM has partnered with Directorate General of Training at the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Central Board of Secondary Education, NITI Aayog, State Department of Education and state skills missions to impact more than four lakh learners and students across 22 states through its education and skilling initiatives.
Health ministry issues guidelines for reopening of higher educational institutions, skill training centres
NEW DELHI: Higher educational institutions, as well as skill training centres, can resume their classes from September 21, the Union health ministry said on Tuesday, while asking them to implement staggered classroom activities with separate time slots, mandatory six feet distance between desks and carry out disinfection of premises, among other COVID-19 safety measures.
The guidelines, issued by the ministry, said that seating arrangement should be done in a way to ensure a distance of six feet between chairs and desks. “Staggering of classroom activities to be done, with separate timing slots, to allow for adequate physical distancing and disinfection of classroom premises. Academic scheduling should have an intermix of regular classroom teaching and online teaching and assessments,” the ministry said. In shared rooms and dormitories, the guidelines said, beds should be placed at a distance of six feet from each other.
Social distancing measures
“Temporary partitions may be considered, if feasible. Any symptomatic student should be immediately given a single room and then provided requisite medical care,” the guidelines said. “Mess facility, if any within the premises, shall follow physical distancing norms at all times. Staggering of meal timings may be done to prevent overcrowding. Hostels should be out of bound for all persons except essential staff with known health status,” the ministry said. The generic preventive measures include simple public health measures that are to be followed to reduce the risk of COVID-19. These measures need to be observed by all faculty, employees, students and visitors at these places at all times, according to the guidelines. These measures include physical distancing of at least six feet, use of face covers or masks, frequent hand washing with soap and use of alcohol-based hand sanitisers, they said.
Online learning to continue
“Institutions conducting skill or entrepreneurship training, higher educational institutions conducting doctoral courses and post-graduate studies shall specifically ensure online and distance learning continues to be permitted and encouraged, skill or entrepreneurship training will be permitted with effect from September 21. Higher educational institutions conducting PhD or technical and professional programmes requiring laboratory and experimental works will be permitted by department of higher education in consultation with MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) strictly following guidelines as indicated in the SOPs,” the ministry said in its guidelines. The guidelines said such institutions will only be allowed to open if they are outside containment zones. Further, students and staff living in containment zones will not be allowed to attend the institution, the ministry said. “Students and staff shall also be advised not to visit areas falling within containment zones,” it said. Prior to resumption of activities, the guidelines said, all work areas intended for conducting skill or entrepreneurship training, doctoral courses and postgraduate studies, hostels, laboratories, other common utility areas have to be sanitised with one per cent sodium hypochlorite solution. “Wherever skill-based training on equipment are envisaged to be utilised, place the equipment six feet apart, wherever feasible, to facilitate physical distancing. Similarly, utilise any outdoor space by relocating equipment outside like in the verandah, courtyard, shed, etc,” the ministry said in the guidelines.
Planning of academic calender
The guidelines further said the academic calendar shall be planned with a view to avoid overcrowding and congregation. “As far as possible, the academic calendar should promote a mix of regular classes and online teaching and training, assessments. The day-wise, time-wise scheduling of teaching/training activities may be done in a staggered manner so as to avoid overcrowding at any one location on any day,” it said. “For practical activities in laboratories maximum capacity per session based on redesigned spaces may be planned and scheduled accordingly,” the ministry added.
NSDC, Linkedin Partner To Accelerate Digital Skills Training For Youth
NSDC has trained more than 2.5 crore people through its partnership with 600 training partners, 11,000 training centres spread over 600 districts across the country.
Tamil Nadu: Five-day leave for online classes, no decision on school restart
The Government of Tamilnadu announced a 5 day break in conducting online classes for students to help them for rejuvenate.
Education minister K.A Sengottaian also said the Tamilnadu State government has not taken any decision of reopening schools.
The Government of India had recently allowed partial reopening of schools to conduct classes for students of classes IX to XIIstarting September 21.