Computer Tally cum GST training concludes RUDSETI
The Rural Development and Self Employment Training Institute in Ongole organised the valedictory function of the Computer Tally and GST training batch after they complete the 30 days training successfully on Friday on the campus.
Ongole: The Rural Development and Self Employment Training Institute in Ongole organised the valedictory function of the Computer Tally and GST training batch after they complete the 30 days training successfully on Friday on the campus.
The RUDSETI, which is jointly established by the Syndicate Bank, Canara Bank, and Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheswara Educational Trust will conduct the free training programme in its premises in Ongole and offers free boarding and lodging to the candidates.
Speaking at the ceremony, the RUDSETI director GS Murthy said that they are offering international standard training for the candidates along with personality development and soft skills coaching by providing tasty and home-like food and accommodation.
He appreciated the candidates who utilised the services of the institute. Ghanshyam, former AMC chairman and proprietor of Tulasiram theatre participated in the programme as the chief guest and said that RUDSETI is a boon for the district youth, for settling down in the life.
GSR Krishna, director of the ABRSETI in Guntur conducted the assessment of the candidates and appreciated the functioning of the RUDSETI and its dedication towards the candidates.
The director of GK Group of Companies, Bhaskar announced that they are recruiting five candidates to work in their offices and appreciated the RUDSETI for their training. The institute director Murthy thanked Bhaskar and also announced that the TVS Industries from Madurai has recruited three candidates from the batch and offered Rs 16,000 as monthly salary and thanked them too.