Bengaluru gets its first Aptech Learning Centre at Jayanagar

Bangalore, 4th March 2017: Aptech, the global education and vocational skills training company today inaugurated its new Educational Mall in Jayanagar, Bengaluru. The education mall will serve as a one stop for all courses and modules offered by Aptech. The Jayanagar Bangalore Aptech Learning with all brands- Computer Education, IT Training , Banking and Finance, Aviation and Hospitality, English Express was inaugurated by Anil Pant, CEO, Aptech Ltd., Ganesh Subramanyam, VP, Aptech Ltd, Akshay Bansal, Geo Head, Aptech South Zone, Dr KS Tirumalachari and Rajesh Venkat, Director, Jayanagar Centre.

There is a significant shift in focus towards qualityof service; the industry has been looking to hire skilled labour to sustaingrowth. To fill up this acute shortage of skilled resources,Aptech, the leading global learning solutions company, decidedto launch an all encompassing learning centre in IT capital of the country.

According to the recent CII-India Skills Report 2017,employability amongst the talent pool joining the workforce every year isincreasing significantly. While in 2014 the percentage of employable populationwas at 33 percent it has increased significantly to 40 percent this year. Thereport also predicted an overall increase of about seven to ten percent in thehiring intent for year 2017 when compared to the current year. In the study,Bangalore emerged as the preference for the talent pool, which will startjoining the workforce shortly.  Thus, it points towards the need forquality skill training institute that has the expertise of imparting trainingon diverse set of sectors.

Commenting on the inauguration, Anil Pant, ChiefExecutive Officer of Aptech, said, “Aptech has always been at the forefront forproviding industry based training. The IT and Aviation industry amongst othersis estimated to create immense opportunities for skilled jobs. This new centreindicates the consistent efforts that Aptech has been undertaking to bridge theskill-gap in the booming IT and Aviation industry, while ensuring that theyouth are empowered to be successfully employed in this field.”


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