Computer Accountants Inst. offers hope to unemployed in AssamFebruary 10th, 2009 - 6:08 pm ICT by ANI
By Vaschipem Kamodang
Jorhat, Feb.10 (ANI): Computerization is in full swing in the north-eastern states with most establishments using advanced systems of accounting.
The latest trend has created a huge demand for the trained manpower.
In Assam’’s Jorhat, the Institute of Computer Accountants (ICA) is all geared up to meet this requirement.
People with good knowledge and aptitude, practical experience and good flair for business communication and ethics are in high demand in today’’s job market here. And, the Institute of Computer Accountants (ICA) is enabling several fresh graduates in the field of Taxes and Business accounting.
It has helped unemployed youths get jobs.
“We are training the students and placing them in the market and the employers are also finding it very easy because they are getting a trained manpower without giving advertisement in the newspaper and going through the tedious process of interview,” said Arup Bhattacharya, the Centre Director.
In this competitive era where professional courses have almost become mandatory, the institute has so far enrolled over 800 students out of which 200 have been successfully placed and the rest are self-employed.
ICA has managed to bring quality education in the field of Excise, Accounts, Taxation, Banking and Finance - all of which meet the employers” requirements.
“To work in the field of accounts and finance this course is very fruitful and I”m looking forward to get a good job after successful completion of this course,” said Chumpy Chetia, one student at Institute of Computer Accountants. “Today it is very difficult to find a job after completion of graduation. But if anybody comes to ICA it is easy for him as people know that this certified industrial course has taught various subjects in the field of accounts,” said Leena Borah, another student.
The institute is a pioneer in providing services and empowering many youth through career oriented training courses not only from Assam but from other north-eastern states. (ANI)
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