IILD sets up MSME training centre in Hyderabad
New Delhi, Oct 13 (KNN) Eyeing at equipping the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) with appropriate training, The Indian Institute of Learning and Development (IILD) announced its centre in Hyderabad for the MSME entrepreneurs.
IILD Chairman and Managing Director, Pravin Daryani in a press interview informed about the latest development.
Daryani said the insitute is established with the main aim to contribute to the growth of MSMEs in Telangana.
At the institute. a two-year training programme for MSME entrepreneurs will be offered.
This program splits into bi-monthly full-day modules focussing on different dimensions including human resources, product, and improving brand perceptions.
Highlighting the success of the institute in other regions, Daryani informed that so far, IILD has trained over 16,500 individuals. This includes over 8,500 entrepreneurs across various industries including manufacturing, engineering, automobile, healthcare, capital goods, electronics, and garments.
Indian Institute of Learning and Development (IILD) assists Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) who want to grow. Started in 2013, IILD functions from its head office in Mumbai with 8 branches spread across the country. (KNN/DA)