Panel Discussion on Employablity in India

Internship that leads to full time job

Faridabad, Nov 26, 2018 (Issuewire.com) – Delhi School of Media opens up the first-panel discussion and invites Industry Stalwarts and Media Veterans for their views on Employability in India. 

Talk2users Consultancy Private Limited as part of Corporate Social responsibility takes up employability concerns across Industries and offer a 6-months weekend course for students, working professionals and all others looking to upgrade their skills. 

The course aims to deliver more than basic knowledge and understanding of all the domains of Marketing, Advertising, Mass Communication, Journalism, Internet Marketing, Social Presence Creation, and Media Mix Modeling. 

The institute is backed by Talk2users Consultancy Group and Partners networks. The idea is to offer internships as part of the course to desirous students. 

Also, Projects work will be offered to working professionals 

The entire teaching content is in-house and unique to the extent that the teaching makes you pass all interviews ahead. 

The certificate will have three pass references, Passed with flying colours, Passed with Distinction and Recommended for Star Galaxy. 

There will not be a failure as the students will get an auto extension into the course until they get either of the three certificates. 

More so, the students will be absorbed within the Group Companies first and if exceed the capacities, the tie-ups with Industry are being arrived for such absorptions. 

The team behind the Consultancy and the institute collectively has 500 plus years of Industry experience. 

The outcome of the Panel discussion will be available on the webpage for students and Professionals to take reference and share their queries if any.

Employability is a certificate away

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Source :Delhi School of Media

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