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greytHR Academy launches career education program for B Com & BBA students

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In a bid to expand its course offerings and cater to approximately 4.3 million students who are enrolled for B.Com and BBA courses across various universities in India, greytHR Academy has introduced a Career Education Programme.

This programme is designed specifically to enhance the skill sets of students in the Commerce and Business streams. This HR Tech-based course will be launched in the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) format and will cover topics, such as Payroll Processing, which are often excluded from the course curriculum at most educational institutions. On completion of the online course, students will be given the opportunity to practice payroll processing using greytHR software and participate in monthly or bimonthly live training sessions to familiarise themselves with the greytHR software. The greytHR Academy Career Education Programme will empower students with the ability to take up payroll processing-related jobs. It also eliminates the need to undergo an additional training or apprenticeship programme when they join their first organisation in the same domain.

Speaking on this occasion, Girish Rowjee, Co-founder and CEO, greytHR said, “The introduction of our Career Education Programme for B.Com. and BBA students holds immense significance. We are unwavering in our commitment to expanding our range of courses and supporting participants on their career journeys. My hope is that this initiative will truly make a difference in the lives of our participants, empowering them to unlock their full potential and seize promising employment opportunities.”

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