Aptech ties up with Microsoft for learning material

| Updated on: Feb 15, 2011

Computer education firm, Aptech, on Tuesday entered into a tie-up with Microsoft to launch embedded courses and certification to its students.

Aptech, which has 360 learning centres across India and has presence in 35 countries, will be bearing the additional costs that come as part of the tie-up and the fees for the courses offered stay unchanged, said Mr Ninad Karpe, Chief Executive and Managing Director, Aptech.

As part of the tie-up, Microsoft’s learning material will be embedded into long-term courses offered by Aptech after which students can appear for a test to get a Microsoft global certification which increases his/her chances of landing a job. Aptech will introduce the Microsoft course material and certification across its centres in the country to start with and gradually take it to select geographies beyond India, Mr Karpe added.

Published on February 15, 2011

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