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Uganda PM confers Best Computer Training School award to Aptech

Uganda PM confers Best Computer Training School award to Aptech

Aptech Computer Education was awarded the Best Computer Training School award at the Uganda Responsible Investment Awards held in Kampala, Uganda on April 15, 2013. The award was presented by the Prime Minister of Uganda, Amama Mbabazi.


The investor companies were recognized and rewarded in appreciation of their contribution towards the attainment of UN Millennium Development Goals and promotion of international best practices and standards in their day-to-day operations. Aptech won the award through public voting.


Varghese Mundamattam, director, Aptech Computer Education, Uganda, spoke on the occasion, “Aptech offers latest curriculum through internationally linked courses, thus benefitting the students. Aptech has strategic alliances with world’s leading universities and organizations such as Arena Multimedia, ICDL for training & testing, Microsoft, Oracle, Computer Technology Industry Association, Middlesex University and others, which helps students acquire a formal degree, best skills and IT knowledge. We thank everyone who voted for us as the best computer training centre in Uganda. This is the job we are committed to do unwaveringly because it is evident that the future of this country lies in IT.”


Ninad Karpe, MD & CEO, Aptech Limited, said, “Our flagship brand, Aptech Computer Education, has been operational in Uganda for the past fourteen years, offering best professional education throughout the country. However, there is a huge skill gap of IT professionals in Uganda, and in order to bridge this gap we look forward to further expand our presence in Uganda, as well as the other African countries through our franchisee model. This will help us make IT education available in every corner of the continent.