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    Posted November 28, 2012 by
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    Ray University to Empower Students through Job Based Training Courses

     
    The new courses have been announced today at Ray University for all degree based programs within 12 schools

    Ray University announced new job related training courses within its twelve schools and divisions that incorporates industry standard online degree certifications, diploma and degree programs. The programs have been developed in closed coordination with the university partners, alumni and corporate partners, specifically focusing on the industry related issues in today’s fast paced world.

    As web based tools have been involved more and more as a critical source of information and knowledge development, the need for skilled resource and personnel has risen exponentially. The introduction of the new courses tends to fill the gap by imparting the necessary skills to the professionals on how to manage the business and employment related technologies.

    “Ray University is dedicated to the development of the students with skills that can make them more employable and is relevant to the current industry needs” says Dr Philips Gate, dean of the School of Computer Studies who was present on the occasion. “The partnerships with our corporate partners have always borne good fruits and this is one of the many examples we have casted in our history.”
    Ray University has worked with several partners, including some of the leading providers of the technology skills certification program developers which is administered through the university’s faculty members. The enrollment program has begun and new applications are being accepted for the prospective candidates.

    “I personally believe that this is a great opportunity for the professionals around the globe to gain the skills that can keep them ahead in their fields,” said Phil McCain, chief partner of the job related management and certification program. “The program would certainly help the professionals to develop and help them to grow and develop in the long run”.

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