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Arthtech Knowledge Solutions felicitated students who completed its GRAD EMP-SKILL programme recently. The programme is a capsule of comprehensive mix of domain knowledge and application skills.
Realising the need to create a channel between student fraternity and the industry,AKSPL has introduced this knowledge management initiative as a part of business support function.
The course covers six months of intensive conceptual and hands-on training in the essential concepts of accounts & finance,said Shekhar Agharkar,promoter director and CEO AKSPL.
Arthtechs unique training scheme,as a part of knowledge management initiative,intends to create employable graduates and offer them guaranteed placements,said Agharkar.
For the first batch,we had picked 13 students from different strata of society. The first batch of Arthtech Knowledge Force (AKF) has successfully completed its training and apprenticeship. We are planning to commence the second batch in August,said Arun Nigavekar,chairman AKSPL.
At present,Arthtech has been providing training in finance and accounts. It is planning to provide training in human resource and law soon. Practising chartered accountants and CFOs will train these AKFs.