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‘There are 2 ways of looking at the Indian market – is competency development solutions & delivery mechanism’

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‘There are 2 ways of looking at the Indian market – is competency development solutions & delivery mechanism’

“There are two ways of looking at the Indian market. One is competency development solutions, and the other is the delivery mechanism. We have made the delivery mechanism easier for the learner in the Indian market. There is a lot of hand holding as compared to same trainings in other geographies. But when it comes to competency development, it is truly up to international standards,” says Anuradha Madhusudhanan, Country Director, ITpreneurs India. More


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