GCPS launches accounting, financial courses in Valley
Srinagar, Mar 5: Here is some good news for the Valley students. The Global College of Professional Studies (GCPS), a Kolkata based institute, in collaboration with Institute of Cost and Accountants of India (ICWAI) Monday launched a programme, Certificate in Accounting Technicians (CAT) in the Valley.
The programme comprising several courses was launched at an impressive function at a local hotel here.
Director ICWAI, L Gurumurthy on the occasion said, “The programme covers practical knowledge of Accounting, training about taxation and generating financial data.”
Explaining the importance of such courses, he said: “India requires at least one crore accounting technicians and CAT is an ideal course which prepares the students for it,” he added.
President, ICWAI, G N Venkataraman said, “The Institute provides training courses for individuals and organizations. These courses are aimed at enhancing efficiency and potential in the students.”
He said: “Our aim is to popularize this course all over India and coach students in diverse fields of Business Management, Accounting, Soft Skills, Self-Development, Fashion and Retail.”
To mention, GCPS is offering a unique one year executive program in association with Harvey University, USA. This course shall be started in the Valley also.
Chief Operator, GCPS, B A Khan said the ICWAI would be its recognized Oral & Coaching Centre (ROCC) for Kashmir Valley.
He said, “GCPS offers job oriented course CAT for 10+2 and graduates. It has an advanced campus at Srinagar with four supporting counseling branches.”
Chairman CAT, ICWAI, Balwinder Singh informed the participants about different professional courses of the Institute.
The branch office of GCPS is at Airport Road, here.
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