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upGrad commits to train 50,000 professionals in 5 years


MUMBAI: Harappa Learning – a part of Asia’s largest larger edtech firm upGrad, in the present day unveiled plans to create a one-of-its-kind Leadership School to construct the Owners & high administration of tomorrow.
Pramath Raj Sinha, Founding Dean of ISB & Chairman of Harappa Education and somebody who has remodeled administration training, will lead this initiative that commits to coaching over 50,000 working professionals to take their first step towards Leadership.
The Harappa School of Leadership might be a particular world establishment for leaders-in-the-making and can provide a spread of live-only packages to give mid-career professionals essentially the most in-demand expertise for fulfillment. Its inaugural providing, the Accelerated Management Program, combines the rigor and pedigree of one of the best world MBAs – wealthy in Business, Data, Product Marketing, and management.
New packages to comply with will embrace the Design Leadership program & Women’s Leadership program. The Harappa – upGrad highly effective mixture brings collectively pioneering minds and forces that additionally carry a long time of wealthy institutional expertise & unmatched entrepreneurial ambition with them.
Commenting on the identical, Pramath Raj Sinha added, (*5*)
“There is a Re-Skilling Revolution taking place around the world, and the crying need for more leaders & entrepreneurs at companies, start-ups, and even in public service has never been more critical and urgent. Harappa brings unique insights into what it takes to hone your management skills with the right mix of domain expertise coupled with the soft skills needed to lead from the front and therefore, we are doubling down and investing to bring these courses at affordable prices and right duration of courses, to connect with working professionals around the world,” concluded Ronnie Screwvala, Chairperson & Co-founder, upGrad.
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Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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