Maldives, July 26, 2011: Aptech Limited, a global leader in learning solutions, today announced its three new centers - Aptech Computer Education, Arena Multimedia, and Aptech Hardware & Networking Academy - in Maldives. Aptech enters the Maldives market through a franchise model in partnership with International Institute for Professional Development (IIPD).
The three brands were launched by an official of Ministry of Education, H.E. Dnyaneshwar M. Mulay - Indian High Commissioner to Maldives and H.E. Rear Admiral A.S.M.A Awal - Bangladesh High Commissioner to Maldives, in presence of parliament members, corporate heads, educational institutes head’s and students.
Ninad Karpe, CEO & MD, Aptech Ltd., said, “Aptech has brought the latest course curriculum in IT and its best practices to Maldives. However, there is a huge demand-supply gap of IT professionals in the country and in order to bridge this gap we are planning to further expand our presence with the franchise model which will help us to make available IT education and animation education in every corner of the country.”
In Maldives, Aptech Ltd. is currently offering ACCP course under its flagship brand Aptech Computer Education, along with other related ICT Courses. In order to give the best benefit to its students, these programs are in sync with Middlesex University Programs.
“Our philosophy is to deal with the increasing demand for vocational training. We want to anticipate, understand and address unique needs for the education system in Maldives. We chose Aptech because of its strong credentials and presence not only in India but also all over the world. We are expecting to deliver more efficiently. We believe Aptech will continue to support us in delivering the best to our education system,” Ahmed Mottaki, CEO, International Institute for Professional Development (IIPD) said.