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OIL opens call centre training programme

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  7 Dec 2016 12:00 AM GMT

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Dec 6: OIL General Mager (public affairs) Pranjit Deka iugurated a placement-linked skill and capacity building BPO/call centre Training Programme with a batch of 35 students under the project ‘Swabalamban’ in an event organized by Gyanjyoti Foundation in the city today.

“Project Swabalamban started in 2013 with three wings. As many as 4,800 of the 6,500 students, who received training under the programme, have got jobs. At present Swabalamban covers only youths in areas where OIL operates. It is also contemplating on covering other areas in the Northeast,” Deka said.

Guwahati-based Gyanjyoti Foundation is one of the implementing agencies of placement-linked skill and capacity-building training programme for three-month free residential certified course on BPO/ call centre training under Swabalamban. Gyanjyoti Foundation president Amit Sinha, public relations Director Ajay Talukdar, jourlist Manjit Mahanta were also present on the occasion.

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