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CT University felicitates students on completing Tally GST course

Punjab Tribune Bureau | January 01, 2019 07:05 PM

LUDHIANA: CT University in order to educate the students on the benefits and importance of computerised accounting offers Tally course in collaboration with Cyber Labs, an Authorised Tally Institute of Learning.

Students from School of Management i.e., MBA, BBA, B.Com and B.Com (Hons) are offered with this one year course guided and taught by Tally professionals. 85 students of year 1 and year 2 have awarded with certificates on the successful completion of Tally ACE and Tally GST course.

The students were honoured by Chancellor Charanjit S Channi, Vice Chancellor Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Managing Director Manbir Singh, Dean Academics Dr Gurvinder Bakshi, Registrar Dr Jagtar Singh Dhiman and Head Of School (Management) Dr Amrinder Singh and Dr Kiran Sood (Tally Coordinator).

Rushali Goyal who scored A+ grade, a student of MBA said, “The course was a learning activity for all of us. The trained professionals interacted with us and taught us. On the successful completion we are now awarded with certificates which has now added to one more plus point for shaping our future.”

Elaborating about the course, Dr Amrinder Singh said, “Tally ACE and Tally GST accounting software is widely preferred in India and throughout the globe approximately in 107 international locations. There are quite a huge number of job opportunities available in Tally in accounting field after the proposal of GST (Goods and Service Tax) since companies are in need of skilled professionals to handle their accounting.”

 Vice Chancellor, Dr Harsh Sadawarti said, “An Industry based learning course is always beneficial for the students. CTU offers Tally for the management students which is worth for working in industry so the students are being awarded for their hard work and they become asset for Industries. The certification is a lifetime achievement for Industrial exposure.”

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