Tally Education Private Limited (TEPL) collates with Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation (APSSDC) to launch a skill training program on “Computerized Accounting using Tally.ERP 9”.
The joint initiative will deliver “Instructor Led” training through a unique training model, which integrates colleges across Andhra Pradesh.
TEPL has tied up with state-run institutions for imparting vocational training to empower the youth.
Till date 1,34,429 candidates have been trained under Star scheme of IT-ITES Sector Skills Council, in the state of Andhra Pradesh, out of which 94,395 candidates have passed. The IT & ITeS industry is expected to reach USD 300 billion by 2020 driven by rising demand in domestic market, along with increasing IT Services exports.
Likewise, the joint initiative of TEPL and APSSDC also seeks to impart vocational education to potential candidates in computerized accounting using Tally.ERP 9. The program aims at empowering the faculty members of colleges across Andhra Pradesh through a Train the Trainer program on “Computerized Accounting using Tally.ERP 9” conducted by Tally Education. The colleges will be required to register their faculty members with APSSDC for seeking training sessions for Tally.ERP 9. Job fairs will be organized jointly by TEPL and APSSDC for the students of colleges enrolled for this program.
This is in the wake of a need that has been felt for increasing the outreach of vocational education amongst the youth and upcoming professionals in the state said the release.
The joint initiative seeks to address both the issues of employability for students and talent acquisition for employers. The proposed training program is asserted to not only mutate students into skilled professionals but also empower them to make significant contributions in their career.