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India’s Pearl Academy is now AMHSSC affiliated!

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Pearl Academy, a Delhi (India)-based fashion institute with centres in Noida, Mumbai and Jaipur, is now AMHSSC-affiliated (Apparel, Made-ups, Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council), to make students industry ready and provide them a competitive edge to succeed in the skill-oriented creative domains.

Dr. Roopak Vasishtha, CEO and Director General, AMHSSC said, “The tie up between AMHSSC and Pearl Academy is a great step towards boosting entrepreneurship and increasing employment opportunities for the students. After acquiring the certificate in the desired NSQF Level, they will not only be able to work in the prime domestic industries but will also have bright avenues for international openings. Incidentally, Level 7 of NSQF is equivalent to Graduation Level of Academic stream as per Government of India’s orders.”

The students studying there are required to go through an assessment based on the knowledge, skills and attitude… On clearing the test, the students will be awarded with Industry Recognized Certification in the related creative fields.

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“We understand how important education is for the millennials of India. With our focus on providing holistic education in skill oriented creative domains, this certification will further enrich learning and skill enhancement for our students,” added Claudio Moderini, Head Academics, Pearl Academy.

 

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