Career Openings

If you’re forward thinking, innovative and hardworking, then we have a place for you at HCG. Search our current openings today to find the best fit for you and your career goals! Let’s build the future together.

We are looking for:

1.Admission Consultant – 3, Vytilla, Kochi

Job Description:
Responsibilities:

  • Contacting students for Course Admission
  • Supporting students admission process
  • Ensuring to achieve the admission target
  • Excellent sales skills (experience in education industry is an advantage)
  • Friendly and approachable personality
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Good computer skills
  • Confident in dealing with customers on the phone
  • High level of organizational and administrative skills
  • Team oriented and be able to work effectively without supervision
  • Previous Customer Service/Call center experience is desirable
  • Ready to work 24/7

Salary: As Per Market Standards
Industry: 
Education Consultancy
Functional Area: 
Customer Care / Tele Marketing
Role Category: 
Student Admissions
Role: 
Student Admissions Consultant

Key Skills:

Good Communication Skill, Customer Care, Tele Marketing / Tele Sales, Telephone Etiquette

Desired Candidate Profile
Education:
UG:
Any Graduate – Any Specialization
PG: Any Postgraduate – Any Specialization

Requirements:

Candidate should have a flair to work on target based job.
Candidate should have minimum 1 years’ experience in Call center, Telemarketing or Customer Care background.
Candidate must be willing to work on Saturdays and Sunday, if work demands, where compensatory off is allotted.
Candidate should have excellent presentation, communication and interpersonal skill. 

  1. Student Support – 2, Vytilla, Kochi

Job Description:

Candidates with good command over English language is preferred. Thorough computer knowledge with introduction to various technologies. Good exposure to e-Learning environment. Internet savvy. Preferable experience from education and training sector.

Salary: As Per Industry Standards
Industry: Education / Teaching / Training
Functional Area: Teaching, Education, Training, Counseling
Role Category: Other
Role: Other

Responsibilities:

  • Monitoring the replies and making sure the client is satisfied.
  • Researching the LMS for implementing requests from the clients.
  • Implementing new modules on the LMS and testing its functionality
  • Coordination with design team for requirement in course delivery.
  • Coordination with development team in LMS customization.
  • Technical support to clients in terms of e learning.
  • Support requests raised by the clients assigned have to be attended & replied satisfactorily & in time.
  • Attending to the support requests assigned.
  • Ensure the support requested by students is answered sufficiently & in time.
  • Coordinating the activities of the e-learning support team and other concerned departments.
  • Ensure the support requested by students is answered sufficiently and in time.
  • Implement the course is ready to be delivered on the LMS as required by the client by making sure e learning assessments and content is published and uploaded as per requirement of the educator.

Key Skills:

Learning, e – learning, support executive, Calls Handling, mails, Tech Support 

Desired Candidate Profile:

Education:
UG: Any Graduate – Any Specialization
PG: Any Postgraduate – Any Specialization, MBA/PGDM – Any Specialization
Doctorate: Any Doctorate – Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required

  1. Sr. Marketing – 1, Kottayam

Job Description:

  • Handling the business promotion activities.
  • Assessing the education industry and getting leads for business promotion.
  • Specific marketing campaigns and projects within the department and to assist with the implementation of the department’s policy, strategies and campaigns. The Executive will have to formulate the contents for the marketing mix and put forth efficient and innovative marketing plans.

Salary: As Per Company Standards
Industry: Education / Teaching / Training
Functional Area: Marketing , Advertising , MR , PR , Media Planning
Role Category: Marketing
Role: Direct Marketing Executive 

Accountabilities

  • Keep the  rules and standards of the organization and  be the representative who deliver the best to the customer .
  • Schedule the  appointments and visit existing customers to review product needs and determining other opportunities.
  • Organize and attend  joint sales calls with Vendors.
  • Open new accounts.
  • Responsible to  liaise  between customers and the company for up-to-date status of service, pricing and new product release launches.
  • Prepare reports for marketing and sales and keeping expense accounts.
  • Generate new and repeat sales by providing product, technical information in a timely manner
  • Identify customer requirements and expectations in order to recommend relevant products/solutions
  • Deliver the best quote to the customer and know the competition and report to the team leader
  • Proactively recommend products needed by customers to increase customer satisfaction and improve profitability
  • Keep up to date on new products, services, procedures and tools by attending training and departmental meetings
  • Contact customers following sales to ensure on going customer satisfaction.
  • Present a professional image at all times
  • Study the product thoroughly and know the marketing techniques .
  • Improve Communication skill  according  to the  changing  styles and fashion of the market .
  • Report to the team leader  for all the activities on a daily, monthly  and quarterly basis .
  • Present a professional image at all times
  • You must take the  ownership of the  task assigned to you

Key Skills:

Marketing Promotions Education Industry

Desired Candidate Profile:

Education:

UG: Any Graduate – Any Specialization
PG: Any Postgraduate – Any Specialization, MBA/PGDM – Any Specialization
Doctorate: Any Doctorate – Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required

  1. WordPress Developer – 1 Vytilla, Kochi

Job Description:

We are seeking a WordPress Developer responsible for both back-end and front-end development, including creating WordPress themes and plugins. This position requires a combination of programming skills (namely PHP, HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap, jQuery and JavaScript) and aesthetics (understanding element arrangements on the screen, the color and font choices, and so on).  The candidate should be expert at developing using WordPress standards. The candidate should have a strong understanding of industry trends and content management systems. Experience with the responsive and adaptive design is strongly preferred. Also, an understanding of the entire web development process, including design, development, and deployment is preferred. 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Designing and implementing new features and functionality
  • Establishing and guiding the websites architecture
  • Ensuring high-performance and availability, and managing all technical aspects of the CMS
  • Helping formulate an effective, responsive design and turning it into a working theme and plugin.

 

Desired Candidate Profile:

Education:

UG: Any Graduate – Any Specialization
PG: Any Postgraduate – Any Specialization, Not Required
Doctorate: Any Doctorate – Any Specialization, Doctorate Not Required

Required Skills:

  • Good understanding of front-end technologies, including HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, jQuery,
  • MySQL.
  • Advanced knowledge of codex and WordPress core.
  • Able to create advanced child themes or from-scratch themes that match designs to pixel perfection
  • Advanced MySQL admin and use, including advanced $wpdb and extending native WordPress functionality.
  • Advanced configuration, debugging and creation of all levels of plugins.
  • Expert at working with APIs
  • Able to lead and refine update process
  • Experience designing and developing responsive design websites
  • Knowledge of how to interact with RESTful APIs and formats (JSON, XML)
  • Proficient understanding of code versioning tools {{such as Git,}}
  • Strong understanding of PHP back-end development.
  • Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/MWTTechnologies/

Corporate Website: http://mwttech.com

  1. Counsellor – East Andheri, Mumbai

Job Description:

Most students are unsure whether they meet the required qualification, what course to take up? Visa options etc. As a student counsellor your role is to guide students to make the right decision when trying to choose a program of study abroad.

Salary: As Per Market Standards
Industry: Service
Functional Area: Student Admissions
Role Category: Sr. Counselor
Working Conditions: Primarily in an office environment.
Role: Sr. Student Counselor

Responsibilities:

The Student Counselor is expected to perform the following along with additional ad hoc duties as and when requested by MWT:

  • Assist and advice candidates to gather documents as per requirement of nursing boards or universities/ colleges.
  • Contact nursing boards or universities on behalf of candidate to know application status.
  • Assist candidates in completing necessary application forms to College/University for admission upon receiving decision letter
  • Arrange interview with college/University to confirm admission
  • Provide candidates with information booklet/brochures of different providers of the course to choose from.
  • Train and guide candidates to attend college/University interview which could be telephonic/video conferencing/ Face to face
  • Advice candidates about documentation and fund necessary for applying visa.
  • Prepare candidates to attend visa interview
  • Assist candidates to complete visa application forms
  • Provide pre departure guidance
  • Ensure all candidates attend preparatory course prior to leaving Australia.
  • Check on eLearning status of the candidate from time to time
  • Advice candidates to take necessary vaccination prior to leaving Australia and verify reports.
  • Make travel arrangement for the candidate to Australia
  • Make accommodation arrangements suitable to candidate
  • Arrange for airport pickup
  • Inform candidates about their status at every stage of the process.

Desired Candidate Profile:

Education:

UG: Any Bachelor’s degree

Key Skills:

Maintain Market Awareness

  • Should be aware of the sales strategies of competitors
  • Maintain an awareness of all promotions and advertisements

 

Communication:

  • Provide accurate feedback
  • Communicate customer requests to management
  • Use CRM to enter new enquires and update candidate status and details   

Achieve Targets:

  • You will have monthly, quarterly and annual targets to be met.

Targets will be assigned to you by TL/ General Manager 

  1. General Manager/ Sr. Manager, Vytilla, Kochi

Job Description:

The General Manager/Sr. Manager directs & monitors the Counseling & Documentation Managers and their teams to work together & get the best results.

High performance is the key to any business, and as a General Manager/Sr. Manager you need to play a vital role in helping the business run smoothly. You need to organize the teams under you and its workload and make sure performance is kept to a really high standard. Delegating the tasks to the Team Leaders, monitoring the team’s performance, helping their training and development, completing paperwork and handling complaints and reporting to Operations Manager.

Salary: As Per Market Standards
Industry: 
Education Consultancy
Functional Area: 
Operations and Marketing
Role Category: Sr. Management
Role: Sr. Manager/General Manager

Desired Candidate Profile

Experience: 8 to 12 Years
Education:
UG: Any Graduate – Any Specialization
PG: Any Postgraduate – Any Specialization

Accountabilities

  • The General Manager/Sr. Manager  is expected to perform the following along with additional ad hoc duties as and when requested by MWT:

 

Marketing Management

  • Responsible for developing, implementing and executing strategic marketing plans the organization
  • Managing and coordinating marketing and creative staff, leading market research efforts to improve productivity and liaising with media organizations and advertising agencies
  • Manage the day to day marketing activities of the organization and long term marketing strategy to improve the business.
  • Developing the marketing strategy for the company in line to get more candidates/applicants for overseas education.
  • Overseeing the company’s marketing budget, Preparing and coordinating online and print marketing campaigns.
  • Planning and implementing promotional campaigns, creation and publication of all marketing material in line with marketing plans
  • Manage and improve lead generation campaigns, measuring results in getting more Customers.
  • Overall responsibility for brand management and corporate identity and getting tie ups with the Universities/Hospitals abroad.
  • Monitor and report on effectiveness of marketing communications.
  • Creating a wide range of different marketing materials and solutions.

Other Responsibilities:

  • The General Manager/Sr. Manager will be responsible for any sort of Business expansions, Business Plans and Strategic Planning.
  • Planning and coordinating Overseas Business Plans and its development
  • Handling Overseas Education for Australia, New Zealand, UK, Canada, Ireland & other countries
  • Responsible for Marketing activities and Seminars
  • Intimate understanding of traditional and emerging marketing channels
  • Ability to think creatively and innovatively
  • Budget-management skills and proficiency
  • General Manager/Sr. Manager may be responsible for gathering the information for the performance review.
  • Conduct performance Review of the Team.
  • Hold weekly meetings, discuss task delegation and review issues.
  • In conjunction with Operations Manager set quarterly targets and objectives

 

Operational Management

  • The General Manager/Sr. Manager handles operations such as verifying performance through tracking systems like Knowledge Hub/CRM/Wise net/SharePoint to check individual student counselor, such as speed of answer, accuracy of information.
  • It could also include coaching and feedback to ensure that the defined customer experience is delivered in every call or visit
  • Set up sales plan in order to achieve sales target required by the company.
  • Supervise daily work of the members and ensure customer satisfaction.

Team Development

  • The General Manager/Sr. Manager develops the teams to ensure that they consistently deliver the needed performance.
  • Monitors individuals and the whole team members to identify and schedule required training.
  • Staying close enough to the team to recognize their shortcomings or weaknesses and address these.
  • Inspire and motivate the team with a clear vision and purpose

 

Communication

  • The Company Manager is the communication link between the front-line and management.
  • He disseminates information to the team and forwards information to his up line in a timely manner.
  • He works closely with his team members to resolve customer problems and reports as required on performance, issues and resolutions.

Identify Opportunities

  • The General Manager/ Sr. Manager tracks and submits ideas and solutions for service based on the observations and analysis.
  • Identify opportunities for business development.
  • Take regular feedback from customer and members of the team.
  • Check for regular visa updates on relevant immigration websites|
    www.immi.gov.au
    www.vfs-au-in.com
  • Check regularly for health practitioner updates on www.ahpra.gov.au
  • Keep track of competitors and competition
  • Check for updates to be made on Company website www.mwt.co.in
  1. Principal (Nursing Background)– 1 Kadavanthra, Kochi
  2. Accountant – Vizag
  3. Payroll Cum Admin Executive – Vytilla, Kochi
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The HCG Bulletin September 2017 – Editorial

newsA warm welcome to one and all, yet again!

Maintaining a good work-life balance is very important to our psychological and physiological health, and in today’s increasingly fast-paced life it has become all the more important that we realise this. As technology and social media have increased our connectivity, many people find it hard to draw the line between their personal and work lives. How many of us check emails in bed before we sleep, and then lay awake worrying about the huge work backlog that has to be tackled the next day! It is very important to unwind and let your creative juices flow, in order to perform better the next day… and the next week! We bring you an article on how to strike a better balance between your work and personal life commitments.

As always, we bring you a pictorial record of whats been happening across our teams last month.

You may have noticed that our monthly bulletin is now called the HCG Bulletin. HCG is the Health Careers Group, and this name is more appropriate as we cover all the activities of all the offices that come under the umbrella of the HCG Group.

Do write in to share your views with the rest of the MWT clan; you may send your emails to usha@mwtedu.com.

So from all of us at the HCG Bulletin, goodbye for now and keep smiling till next month!

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Dreams Are For Real!

Walt Disney said, “All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them.” These are our students who have had the courage to dream big! They have made it to various colleges overseas in September 2017, through their hard work and sincere effort. We wish them all the best!

4th September 2017 (Lonsdale Education Centre – New Zealand)

  • Treesa Jestine Joseph
  • Vinu Kochupurackal Sasi

4th September 2017 (Wesley Institute of Learning – New Zealand)

  •  Renita Dsouza

6th September 2017 ETEA (Education Training and Employment Australia) Melbourne

  •  Snehal Sangram Chopade
  • Neethu Selin
  • Deepa Jisho
  • Jithin Mundaplackal
  • Sindhu Mathew
  • Nisharani Somankutty Hemalatha
  • Ance Eldhose
  • Raji Elsa Varghese
  • Parth Harsukhbhai Umretiya
  • Priseena Radha

6th September 2017 ETEA (Education Training and Employment Australia) Perth

  •  Simi Anish
  • Abin Alexander
  • Tubin Antony
  • Teena Paul
  • Tintu Mathew

 18th September 2017 ACFE (Australian Centre of Further Education) Melbourne

  •  Jemeni Elizabeth
  • Dipinderjeet Kaur
  • Timy Mary Thomas
  • Lijo Sam Antony
  • Ancy Anthonichan
  • Heala Rose Baby
  • Marymol Jinto

25th September 2017 ACN (Australian College of Nursing) Sydney

  •  Asha Maria Shaji
  • Stephy John

Our students have been counseled and groomed by our experienced staff in the Kochi and Kottayam offices of MWT Education Consultancy.

MWT Education Consultancy Pvt. Ltd. is the sole agent in India which recruits nurses for the Institute of Health & Nursing Australia (IHNA). We are one of India’s fastest growing education consultants dedicated to serving students and nurses who wish to study abroad.

 

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Health Careers Institute News Desk

Bringing you the latest news from HCI !

September 2017 Milestones:

  1. HCI is proud to announce that all the students in the first batch of PMKVY have passed with high grades in their final assessments conducted last month. We congratulate all those who have worked hard behind this grand success.
  2. The certificate distribution ceremony of the students of the first batch of General Duty Assistant course under the PMKVY scheme was conducted on 16th September 2017 at HCI, Kadavanthara.   hci1hci2 hci3 3. The induction kit for the second batch of General Duty Assistant (GDA) students under the PMKVY scheme was conducted on the 11th of September, 2017 at HCI, Kadavanthara.

hci5 hci4 hci64. We had a client side visit from Bombay and a surprise NSDC audit on Friday, the 22nd of September, 2017.

5.   An in-service education was conducted on the topic “Aromatherapy”. The session was taken by Ms. Ani Jacob on 22nd September 2017.

6.Our AHA team conducted one-day BLS training at Hotel Sea Palace, Kollam on the 24th of September 2017. The session was organized by the Indian Dental Association (IDA). Mr Jeril, Mrs. Mary, Mr. Eldhose, Mr. Prashanth, Mr. Sreejith and Mr. Christopher were the trainers for the event. 47 doctors attended the training.

hci7 hci8 hci9 hci10 hci11 hci127. The AHA team also conducted a workshop session on the management of cardiac arrest and choking on the 29th of this month at the Vytilla Mobility Hub, Ernakulam. The event was inaugurated by the honorable MLA, Mr. Hibi Eden. The event commenced with a balloon release and featured a talk by Dr. Vinod Thomas, senior cardiologist, Head of Interventional Cardiology at Renai Medicity. He led a session on the preventive aspects of cardiovascular diseases. This was followed by a demonstration and mock drill conducted by our experienced trainers.

8.  We are happy to congratulate our OET student, Ms. Chinchu Michael for having cleared her exam with good grades. Congratulations Chinchu.

9.Mrs. Resmi Renjith and Ms. Finsy have joined our institute this month and we heartily welcome them to the HCI family.

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World Health News

You can read the original article at this link: http://www.webmd.com/women/features/10-tips-to-improve-your-health-at-work#1

Improve Your Health At Work!

Eight hours in a chair in front of a computer, five days a week can take a toll on your body and mind. That’s understandable…. Life is all about balance, especially healthy balance.

“Some days you eat salads and go to the gym…, some days you eat cupcakes and refuse to get up. It’s called balance.” This might seem to be a comfortable balance to many, however, at the back of our heads; we all know that it isn’t.

So how can we maintain a balance in the midst of what is now called “a digital era”?
Here are a few tips that you can follow at work to help you try and maintain this balance. Hoping it proves to be beneficial…. Here goes….

  1. The snacks that your co-workers so nicely place on their desk can add a few hundred calories to your daily diet if you’re not careful and they can leave you with unwanted weight if you help yourself day after day.world1

“If it’s out of sight, it’s out of mind, so if you know someone has a candy dish on their desk, walk around his or her desk, rather than through the front so you don’t feel the temptation,” says Dawn Jackson, a registered dietitian and spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association. “Take a break, get a breath of fresh air, and skip the candy. Or, if you are hungry, have fruit at your desk, like cherries or grapes.”

  1. Drinking an adequate amount of water — eight to 10 glasses every day — can help keep you hydrated. Many foods are also good sources of water; fruits like oranges, grapefruit, grapes, watermelon, and apples can help keep you healthy and hydrated.world2

“The 3 o’clock lull that many people feel at work can be due to dehydration, so drink lots of water,” says Jackson. “Set goals: Bring a half litre bottle of water to work and try to finish it by lunch, and then fill it up again and finish that by 3 p.m. By 5 p.m., finish a third bottle.”

Set your computer alarm to go off so you remember it’s time to refill.
3. One of the most important things you can do during the day to stay healthy and in shape is to exercise. world3

“Walking during lunch is a great idea,” says Jackson. “Not only are you burning calories, but you’re de-stressing and refreshing.”

Recommendations are that you find a walking partner whom you can depend on for a daily walk –someone who will drag you out even if you claim you’re too busy. If you really can’t get out during lunch, park farther away than you normally do so you have a short walk to work in the morning and evening, or make it a habit to take the stairs instead of the elevator.

  1. Eating a healthy lunch is an important part of a balanced diet. Equally important is eating reasonable portions.

Eat a healthy lunch at work, but worldfoodalso practice portion control so you aren’t consuming too many calories and then sitting in a chair all afternoon. Many times, it’s not that you are eating unhealthy food, it’s just that you are eating too much.

 

5. Tension neck syndrome (TNS) can occur when the neck and upper shoulders are held in a fixed, awkward position for long periods of time.

You want to make sure your neck isn’t bent to the side for long periods of time. Tension neck syndrome can cause neck and shoulder pain, muscle tightness, and tenderness. So use a speakerphone, a shoulder cradle, or use a headset at work when you’re on the phone.

  1. Eyestrain is another problem that can be encountered in front of a computer. It can cause headaches, difficulty focusing, and increased sensitivity to light.world4

To prevent eyestrain, the distance to the screen from your eyes should be about an arm’s length away. You should also be able to comfortably read what’s on your screen at that distance, without having to squint.

If you can’t read your screen from an arm’s length away, simply increase the font size on your computer.

  1. Take a holiday!!! A healthy tip that all of us want to hear is that vacations are an important part of staying healthy at work.holidayworld

“It’s very beneficial to get away for a long vacation that will help you recharge your ‘batteries,'” says Jonathan Kramer, a clinical psychologist. Vacations help reduce stress and get your mind off work. So take a break, hit the road, travel and refresh your minds.

  1. Another way to stay healthy at work is to avoid long stretches of long days.

Occasionally, people focus on the task at hand and getting a project done and they aren’t aware of the impact it’s having on their health. They may not be aware of it until the stress is at a really high level, and it’s affecting their relationships and their moods.

This is another type of stress, commonly referred to as burnout. Burnout can also impair a person’s immune system, as well as interfere with sleep and his or her ability to concentrate.

  1. Your keyboard, mouse, and phone can harbor thousands of germs that are just waiting to make you sick. So get out the disinfectant.balm1

Viruses can survive (remain infectious) for hours to days on a hard surface … if a virus such as the rotavirus (a diarrheal virus) were on the surface of a telephone receiver, infectious doses could easily be transferred to persons using the telephone.

 

10. What’s the most important thing you can do to stay healthy at work?

The most important way to stay healthy at work starts with self-awareness. Know yourself and know your limits and do the best you can to stay within those limits given your job. Know when to take breaks and know when to take a vacation. And get plenty of exercise, which helps you both physically and mentally, both at work and at home.

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News From MWT Education Consultancy

Several seminars and workshops on overseas education were conducted at various places in September 2017. Here are some pictures and details.

Date               : 12/09/17
Place              : Kolenchery
Centre            : Nazareath IELTS Centre
Remarks        : 14 Students attended the Consultancy Promotion seminar.

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Date                : 13/09/17
Place                   : Kaloor
Centre                : HCI  Institute
Remarks             : 12 students attended the BLS seminar.

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Date                : 14/09/17
Place                   : Kadavanthra
Centre                : HCI Institute
Remarks            : 8 students attended the OET seminar.

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Date                     : 20/09/17
Place                   : Thodupuzha
Centre                : Carmel CMI
Remarks             : Consultancy Promotion seminar.

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Date                    : 20/09/17
Place                   : Muvattupuzha
Centre                 : Carmel CMI
Remarks             : Consultancy Promotion seminar.

Date                : 20/09/17
Place                 : Kottayam
Centre               : HCI
Remarks            : 15 students attended the Consultancy Promotion seminar.

Date                : 21/09/17
Place               : Changanacherry
Centre             : SB College
Remarks         : Consultancy Promotion kiosk

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Date                : 21/09/17
Place                   : Vyttila
Centre                 :  Benz IELTS Centre
Remarks             : 26 students attended the seminar.

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Date                : 25/09/17
Place                    : Paravoor
Centre                 : Anglo Phone IELTS Centre
Remarks             : 12 students attended the seminar.

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Date                : 26/09/17
Place                    : Kaloor
Centre                 : HCI Institute
Remarks             : 14 candidates attended the BLS seminar.

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Date                : 27/09/17
Place                    : Kuttamassery
Centre                : Foundsland Academy
Remarks             : 52 students attended the seminar.

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Date                : 27/09/17
Place               : Kolenchery
Centre            : Nazareath IELTS Centre
Remarks        : 12 students attended the seminar.

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