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Providing skill based commerce education Pearl Chartered Accountant College is the training division of Global Financial Academy UK Ltd. The courses offered at Pearl CA College Are;

1. GST CLASSES FOR CA, CMA & CS (Inter & Final)

With the implementation of GST, syllabi of courses for Chartered Accountant (CA), Cost & Management Accountant (CMA) and Company Secretary (CS) have been revised to include the recent changes in indirect taxes.

To help students of these professional courses to prepare well for the related papers, Pearl CA College offers GST specialised courses to CA, CMA and CS students to enable them to be GST experts. The course will make them capable of keeping up with the current changes and be more aware of new tax proposals and the GST Act. We have structured the course with the aim to increase knowledge while at the same time help add value to the services of these professionals.

AIM
Our goal is to help students prepare for GST related papers by:
• Imparting knowledge that is up-to-date and specific to GST and indirect taxes
• Improving ability to take decisions with logical solutions to problems

Faculty
National and well experienced faculty from Chennai, Mumbai and Delhi are dedicated to training students to prepare for the exams. Trainers will include practicing chartered accountants, lawyers and taxation experts specialised in indirect taxes to enable trainees to gain comprehensive technical and practical knowledge. Courses will be provided as given below. Exam oriented material will be provided and three mock exams conducted for each course.

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT (CA)
For Intermediate Students

Classes will be conducted in April and October.
Questions related to GST are for 40 marks and covered in Section B (Indirect Taxation) of Paper 4 (Taxation).
GST – 40 Marks

Syallabus:
1. Concept of indirect taxes
  • 1.1. Concept and features of indirect taxes
  • 1.2. Principal indirect taxes
2. Goods and Services Tax (GST) Laws
  • 2.1. GST Laws: An introduction including Constitutional aspects
  • 2.2. Levy and collection of CGST and IGST
    • 2.2.1. Application of CGST/IGST law
    • 2.2.2. Concept of supply including composite and mixed supplies
    • 2.2.3. Charge of tax
    • 2.2.4. Exemption from tax
    • 2.2.5. Composition levy
  • 2.3. Basic concepts of time and value of supply
  • 2.4. Input tax credit
  • 2.5. Computation of GST liability
  • 2.6. Registration
  • 2.7. Tax invoice, credit & debit notes, electronic way bill
  • 2.8. Returns
  • 2.9. Payment of tax including reverse charge
For Final Students

Classes will be conducted in April and October.

Questions related to GST, Customs and FTP are for 100 marks and covered in Paper 8 (Indirect Tax Laws).

GST 75 Marks
Customs & FTP 25 Marks

Syllabus:

Part I: Goods and Services Tax (75 Marks)
1. Goods and Services Tax (GST) Law as contained in the Central Goods and Services Tax (CGST) Act, 2017 and Integrated Goods and Services Tax (IGST) Act, 2017
  • 1.1. Constitutional aspects
  • 1.2. Levy and collection of CGST and IGST – application of CGST/IGST law; concept of supply including composite and mixed supplies, inter-State supply, intra-State supply, supplies in territorial waters; charge of tax; exemption from tax; composition levy
  • 1.3. Place of supply
  • 1.4. Time and value of supply
  • 1.5. Input tax credit
  • 1.6. Computation of GST liability
  • 1.7. Procedures under GST – all procedures including registration, tax invoice, credit & debit notes, electronic way bill, accounts & records, returns, payment of tax including reverse charge, refund, job work
  • 1.8. Provisions relating to electronic commerce
  • 1.9. Liability to pay in certain cases
  • 1.10. Administration of GST; assessment and audit
  • 1.11. Inspection, search, seizure and arrest
  • 1.12. Demand and recovery
  • 1.13. Offences and penalties
  • 1.14. Advance ruling
  • 1.15. Appeals and revision
  • 1.16. Other provisions
Part II: Customs & FTP (25 Marks)
1. Customs Law as contained in the Customs Act, 1962 and the Customs Tariff Act, 1975
  • 1.1. Introduction to customs law including Constitutional aspects
  • 1.2. Levy of and exemptions from customs duties – all provisions including application of customs law, taxable event, charge of customs duty, exceptions to levy of customs duty, exemption from custom duty
  • 1.3. Types of customs duties
  • 1.4. Classification and valuation of imported and export goods
  • 1.5. Officers of Customs; appointment of customs ports, airports, etc.
  • 1.6. Import and export procedures – all import and export procedures including special procedures relating to baggage, goods imported or exported by post, stores
  • 1.7. Provisions relating to coastal goods and vessels carrying coastal goods
  • 1.8. Warehousing
  • 1.9. Drawback
  • 1.10. Demand and recovery; refund
  • 1.11. Provisions relating to prohibited goods, notified goods, specified goods, illegal
  • 1.12. importation/exportation of goods
  • 1.13. Searches, seizure and arrest; offences; penalties; confiscation and prosecution
  • 1.14. Appeals and revision; advance rulings; settlement commission
  • 1.15. Other provisions
2. Foreign Trade Policy to the extent relevant to the indirect tax laws
  • 2.1. Introduction to FTP – legislation governing FTP, salient features of an FTP, administration of FTP, contents of FTP and other related provisions
  • 2.2. Basic concepts relating to import and export of goods
  • 2.3. Basic concepts relating to export promotion schemes provided under FTP
COST & MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTANT (CMA)

For Intermediate Students


Classes will be conducted in May and November.
Questions related to GST and Customs are for 100 marks and covered in Paper 11 (Indirect Taxation).

GST 80% Mark Weightage
Customs 20% Mark Weightage

Syllabus:
Section A: Goods And Services Tax (GST) (80 Marks)
Goods and Services Tax Act & Rules
1. Introduction
  • 1.1. What is GST
  • 1.2. Need for GST in India
    • 1.2.1. Cascading effect of tax
    • 1.2.2. Non-integration of VAT and Service Tax causes double taxation
    • 1.2.3. No CENVAT Credit after manufacturing stage to a dealer
    • 1.2.4. Cascading of taxes on account of levy of CST Inter-State purchases
  • 1.3. One Nation-One Tax
  • 1.4. Dual GST Model
    • 1.4.1. Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (CGST)
    • 1.4.2. State Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (SGST)
    • 1.4.3. Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (UTGST)
    • 1.4.4. Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (IGST)
  • 1.5. Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN)
    • 1.5.1. Functions of GSTN (i.e. Role assigned to GSTN)
  • 1.6. Constitution (101st Amendment) Act, 2016
  • 1.7. GST Council
    • 1.7.1. Guiding principle of the GST Council
    • 1.7.2. Functions of the GST Council
  • 1.8. Definitions under CGST Laws
2. Levy and Collection of Tax
  • 2.1. Scope of supply (Section 7 of CGST Act, 2017)
  • 2.2. Non-taxable Supplies under CGST Act, 2017
  • 2.3. Section 7(3) the transactions that are to be treated as
    • 2.3.1. a supply of goods and not as a supply of services; or
    • 2.3.2. a supply of services and not as a supply of goods
  • 2.4. Composite and Mixed Supplies (Section 8 of CGST Act, 2017)
  • 2.5. Levy and Collection
  • 2.6. Composition Levy
  • 2.7. Exemption from tax
  • 2.8. Person liable to pay tax
    • 2.8.1. Forward Charge
    • 2.8.2. Reverse Charge
    • 2.8.3. Person who are required to pay tax under section 9(5) of CGST (i.e. Electronic Commerce Operator)
3. Time and Value of Supply
  • 3.1. Time of supply
  • 3.2. Place of supply
  • 3.3. Value of supply
  • 3.4. Change in rate of tax in respect of supply of goods or services
4. Input Tax Credit
  • 4.1. Eligibility for taking Input Tax Credit (ITC)
  • 4.2. Input Tax credit in special circumstances
  • 4.3. Input Tax Credit in respect of goods sent for Job-Work
  • 4.4. Distribution of credit by Input Service Distributor (ISD)
  • 4.5. Recovery of Input Tax Credit
5. Registration under GST Law
  • 5.1. Persons not liable for registration
  • 5.2. Compulsory registration
  • 5.3. Procedure for registration
  • 5.4. Deemed registration
  • 5.5. Casual taxable person
  • 5.6. Non-resident taxable person
  • 5.7. Cancellation vs Revocation of registration
6. Tax Invoice, Credit and Debit Notes
7. Accounts, Other Records
8. Payment of Tax
  • 8.1. Computation of Tax liability and payment of tax
  • 8.2. Interest on delay payment of tax
9. Returns
10. Audit
11. Anti-profiteering

Section B: Customs (20 Marks)
1. Basic Concepts
  • 1.1. Introduction
  • 1.2. Definitions
  • 1.3. Circumstances of Levy
2. Types of Duties
  • 2.1. Introduction
  • 2.2. Types of Duties
    • 2.2.1. Basic customs duty
    • 2.2.2. IGST (replacement of CVD and Spl. CVD)
    • 2.2.3. Protective duties
    • 2.2.4. Safeguard duty
    • 2.2.5. Countervailing Duty on subsidized articles
    • 2.2.6. Anti-dumping duty
3. Valuation under Customs
  • 3.1. Introduction
  • 3.2. Valuation of Imported Goods
  • 3.3. Valuation of Export Goods
4. Import and Export Procedure
  • 4.1. Introduction
  • 4.2. Import Procedure (including warehousing)
  • 4.3. Export Procedures
  • 4.4. Deemed Exports
  • 4.5. Duty drawback
5. Baggage
  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. General Free Allowance
  • 5.3. Duty Free Jewellery
  • 5.4. Transfer of Residence
6. Administrative and Other Aspects
  • 6.1. Provisional Assessment of Duty
  • 6.2. Penalties under Customs
  • 6.3. Refund
  • 6.4. Seizure of goods
  • 6.5. Confiscation of goods
  • 6.6. Redemption Fine
  • 6.7. Compounding of offences
  • 6.8. Integrated Declaration under Indian Customs Single Window Project
For Final Students

Classes will be conducted in May and November.

Questions related to GST, customs and foreign trade policy are for 100 marks and covered in Paper 18 (Indirect Tax Laws and Practice).

GST 50% Marks Weightage
Customs 20% Marks Weightage
FTP (With special reference to tax planning) 10% Marks Weigthage
Tax practice and Procedure (Case Study Analysis) 20% Marks Weightage

Syllabus:
Section A: Advanced Indirect Tax and Practice
1. Goods and Services Tax Act & Rules
1. Introduction
  • 1.1. What is GST
  • 1.2. Need for GST in India
    • 1.2.1. Cascading effect of tax
    • 1.2.2. Non-integration of VAT and Service Tax causes double taxation
    • 1.2.3. No CENVAT Credit after manufacturing stage to a dealer
    • 1.2.4. Cascading of taxes on account of levy of CST Inter-State purchases
    • 1.2.5. The existing Indirect Tax frame work in India suffer from various duties and taxes at Central as well as at State level
  • 1.3. One Nation-One Tax
  • 1.4. Dual GST Model
    • 1.4.1. Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (CGST)
    • 1.4.2. State Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (SGST)
    • 1.4.3. Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (UTGST)
    • 1.4.4. Integrated Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 (IGST)
  • 1.5. Goods and Services Tax Network (GSTN)
    • 1.5.1. Functions of GSTN (i.e. Role assigned to GSTN)
    • 1.6. Constitution (101st Amendment) Act, 2016
    • 1.7. GST Council
      • 1.7.1. Guiding principle of the GST Council
      • 1.7.2. Functions of the GST Council
    • 1.8. Definitions under CGST Laws
2. Levy and Collection of Tax
  • 2.1. Scope of supply (Section 7 of CGST Act, 2017)
  • 2.2. Non-taxable Supplies under CGST Act, 2017
  • 2.3. Section 7(3) the transactions that are to be treated as
    • 2.3.1. a supply of goods and not as a supply of services; or
    • 2.3.2. a supply of services and not as a supply of goods
  • 2.4. Composite and Mixed Supplies (Section 8 of CGST Act, 2017)
  • 2.5. Levy and Collection
  • 2.6. Composition Levy
  • 2.7. Exemption from tax
  • 2.8. Person liable to pay tax
    • 2.8.1. Forward Charge
    • 2.8.2. Reverse Charge
    • 2.8.3. Person who are required to pay tax under section 9(5) of CGST (i.e. Electronic Commerce Operator)
3. Time and Value of Supply
  • 3.1. Time of supply
  • 3.2. Place of supply
  • 3.3. Value of supply
  • 3.4. Change in rate of tax in respect of supply of goods or services
4. Input Tax Credit
  • 4.1. Eligibility for taking Input Tax Credit (ITC)
  • 4.2. Input Tax credit in special circumstances
  • 4.3. Input Tax Credit in respect of goods sent for Job-Work
  • 4.4. Distribution of credit by Input Service Distributor (ISD)
  • 4.5. Recovery of Input Tax Credit
5. Registration under GST Law
  • 5.1. Persons not liable for registration
  • 5.2. Compulsory registration
  • 5.3. Procedure for registration
  • 5.4. Deemed registration
  • 5.5. Casual taxable person
  • 5.6. Non-resident taxable person
  • 5.7. Cancellation vs Revocation of registration
6. Tax Invoice, Credit and Debit Notes
7. Accounts, Other Records
8. Payment of Tax
  • 8.1. Computation of Tax liability and payment of tax
  • 8.2. Interest on delay payment of tax
9. Returns
10. Assessment
11. Audit
12. The Goods and Services Tax (Compensation to States) Act, 2017
13. Advance concepts under GST
  • 13.1. Introduction
  • 13.2. Demand and recovery
  • 13.3. Offence and Penalties
  • 13.4. Appeals and Revision
  • 13.5. Advance Ruling
  • 13.6. Miscellaneous Provisions
14. Transitional Provisions
15. Anti-profiteering

2. CUSTOMS LAW

1. Basic Concepts
  • 1.1. Introduction
  • 1.2. Definitions
  • 1.3. Circumstances of Levy
  • 1.4. Circumstance under which no duty will be levied
  • 1.5. Tax Planning v Tax Management
  • 1.6. Customs Tariff Act, 1975
  • 1.7. General Rules for the Interpretation of Import Tariff
2. Types of Duties
  • 2.1. Introduction
  • 2.2. Types of Duties
  • 2.3. When can provisional measures are imposed
  • 2.4. Refund on anti-dumping duty
3. Valuation under Customs
  • 3.1. Introduction
  • 3.2. Transaction Value
  • 3.3. Valuation of Imported & Exported Goods
4. Import and Export Procedure
  • 4.1. Import Procedure
  • 4.2. Warehousing
  • 4.3. Export Procedures
  • 4.4. Deemed Exports
  • 4.5. Duty drawback
  • 4.6. Negative list of Duty Drawback
  • 4.7. Export incentives in lieu of duty drawback
  • 4.8. Stores
  • 4.9. Project Imports
  • 4.10. Certification
5. Baggage & Postal Articles
  • 5.1. Introduction
  • 5.2. Baggage
  • 5.3. Postal Articles
  • 5.4. Import of Samples
6. Administrative and Other Aspects
  • 6.1. Introduction
  • 6.2. Appointment of officers of customs
  • 6.3. Appointment of customs ports, airports, etc.
  • 6.4. First & Second Appraisement System
  • 6.5. Self-assessment of Customs Duty
  • 6.6. Refund of Customs Duty
  • 6.7. Risk Management System
  • 6.8. Penalties under Customs
  • 6.9. Offences and Prosecutions under Customs
  • 6.10. Integrated Declaration under Indian Customs Single Window Project
7. Comprehensive Issues under Customs (including Case Studies)
  • 7.1. Introduction
  • 7.2. Adjudicating Authority
  • 7.3. Offences
  • 7.4. Appeals under Customs
  • 7.5. Authority for Advance Ruling
3. Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020

Section B: Tax Practice and Procedures
1. Case Study Analysis

COMPANY SECRETARY (CS)
For Executive Programme Students

Classes will be conducted in May and November.
Questions related to GST and Customs are for 50 marks and covered in Part II (Indirect Taxes) of Paper 4 (Tax Laws) of Module 1.

GST & Customs Act -50 Marks

Syllabus:
A. Goods and Service Tax
  • 1. Concept of Indirect Taxes at a glance: Background; Constitutional powers of taxation; Indirect taxes in India – An overview; Pre-GST tax structure and deficiencies; Administration of Indirect Taxation in India; Existing tax structure
  • 2. Basics of Goods and Services Tax ‘GST’: Basics concept and overview of GST; Constitutional Framework of GST; GST Model – CGST / IGST / SGST / UTGST; Taxable Event; Concept of supply including composite and mixed supply; Levy and collection of CGST and IGST; Composition scheme & Reverse Charge; Exemptions under GST
  • 3. Concept of Time, Value & Place of Taxable Supply : Basic concepts of Time and Value of Taxable Supply; Basics concept of Place of Taxable Supply
  • 4. Input Tax Credit & Computation of GST Liability - Overview
  • 5. Procedural Compliance under GST : Registration; Tax Invoice, Debit & Credit Note, Account and Record, Electronic way Bill; Return, Payment of Tax, Refund Procedures; Audit
  • 6. Basic overview on Integrated Goods and Service Tax (IGST), Union Territory Goods and Service tax (UTGST), and GST Compensation to States
B. Customs Act
  • 1. Overview of Customs Act: Overview of Customs Law; Levy and collection of customs duties; Types of Custom duties; Classification and valuation of import and export goods; Exemption; Officers of customs; Administration of Customs Law; Import and Export Procedures; Transportation, and Warehousing; Duty Drawback; Demand and Recovery; Confiscation of Goods and Conveyances; Refund
FOR PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMME STUDENTS

Classes will be conducted in May and November.

Questions related to GST and Customs are for 70 marks and covered in Part I (Indirect Taxes – GST and Customs Law) of Paper 10 (Advanced Tax Laws) of Module 1.
GST 60 Marks
Customs Law 10 Marks
Syllabus:
A. Goods and Service Tax ‘GST’ (60 Marks)
  • 1. An Overview on Goods and Services Tax ‘GST’: Introduction; Constitutional Aspects & Administration; GST models; Levy and collection of CGST and IGST; Composition scheme & Reverse Charge, Exemptions
  • 2. Supply: Meaning & scope, types of supply (composite/mixed inter/ intra); Time, Place and Value of Taxable Supply; Import and Export of Goods or Services under GST, Classification of Goods and Services; Job work provisions, agency contracts, e-commerce & TCS
  • 3. Input Tax Credit & Computation of GST Liability: Input tax credit; Computation of GST liability
  • 4. Procedural Compliance under GST: Registration; Tax Invoice, Debit & Credit Note, Account and Record, Electronic way Bill, Payment of Tax, TDS, Returns & Refund, Valuation, Audit & Scrutiny; Assessment
  • 5. Demand and Recovery, Advance Ruling, Appeals and Revision
  • 6. Inspection, search, seizure, offences & penalties
  • 7. Compliance rating, anti-profiteering, GST practitioners, authorised representative, professional opportunities
  • 8. Integrated Goods and Service Tax (IGST)
  • 9. Union Territory Goods and Service tax (UTGST)
  • 10. GST Compensation to States
  • 11. Industry / Sector Specific Analysis
B. Customs Law (10 Marks)
  • 1. Basic Concepts of Customs Law: Introduction; Levy and collection of customs duties; Taxable Events; Custom duties
  • 2. Valuation & Assessment of Imported and Export Goods & Procedural Aspects: Classification and Valuation of Import and Export Goods; Assessment; Abatement and Remission of Duty; Exemptions; Refund and recovery
  • 3. Arrival or Departure and Clearance of Goods, Warehousing, Duty Drawback, Baggage and Miscellaneous Provisions: Arrival and departure of goods; Clearance of Import and Export Goods & Goods in Transit; Transportation and Warehousing provisions; Duty Drawback provisions, Baggage Rules & provision related to prohibited goods, notified goods, specified goods, illegal importation / exportation of goods
  • 4. Advance Ruling, Settlement Commission, Appellate Procedure, Offences and Penalties: Advance Ruling; Appeal and Revision; Offences and Penalties; Prosecution; Settlement of Cases
  • 5. Foreign Trade Policy (FTP) to the extent relevant to Indirect tax: Export promotion scheme under FTP; Salient features, administration & Other miscellaneous provisions
C. Case Laws, Case Studies & Practical Aspects.

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2.GST TALLY & ACCOUNTING COURSE ( ONE MONTH)

With the implementation of GST from 1st of July there is a huge requirement of GST compliance for millions of small traders and businesses in our state of Kerala.

As we go forward the majority of business people will need to hire GST trained personnel to submit their returns every month. The present availability of people who can do this job is very minimal or these talents are very expensive for the small business men.

Therefore it is imperative that one should take up training for accountants who can file returns for small traders in large numbers, to have more cost effective accountants we are initiating a course with one month duration and also provide placement assistance.

Course include
  • Basic Coumputer Fundamentals
  • Basics Of Accountancy And Business Structures
  • Tally
  • Basic Concepts Of Income Tax
  • Goods And Service Tax (Gst)
  • Introduction To Pf And Esi
  • Business Communication
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3. GST ONE DAY TRAINING COURSE

Timing:- 9.30am - 4.00pm

It is imperative that one should gather knowledge/ training when a new concept is implemented . Now the most discussed word is the one and only GST by people from all walk of life.

Pearl Accountant organises one day work shop with the purpose of smooth transition, implementation and to create understanding of the work specification and opportunities.

The workshop is lead by specialist- Chartered Accountant.

THE COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR
  • Business Owner
    The purpose of this course is individual consultation of specific problems related to Business and also general awareness related to GST filling.

  • Experienced Accountants / Start up businesses
    This course will be beneficial as this will create a platform for doubt clearance and to gather more knowledge on this subject .This session will instigate you to grow as Tax Consultants

  • GST Filling practitioner
    With the implementation of GST from 1st of July there is a huge requirement of GST compliance for millions of small traders and Business enterprises. The present availability of people who can do this job is very minimal so opportunity awaits you for start up venture.
Interested to join this course ?
4. GULF VAT ONE DAY TRAINING COURSE

Pearl Accountant organises one day work shop with the purpose of smooth transition, implementation and to create understanding of the work specification and opportunities.

The workshop is lead by specialist- Chartered Accountant Tax Practioners
Area of focus :-
  • Implication of VAT on individuals
  • Implication of VAT on businesses
  • VAT-registered businesses
  • VAT in GCC
  • VAT guidelines:
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5. FLEXIBLE B.COM WITH JOB OPTION (MG University)

Course Details:-

Qualification or getting a degree is only a gate pass to the job market, to get selected for a job you need a certain skill level. Kerala with its high literacy and large pool of graduates vis a vis low industrialization has created an environment of unemployment. The conventional education imparted in traditional colleges churns out semi baked academicians who lack market skill.

We at Pearl CA College have moved away from conventions, we focus more on skill development along with the MG university B.com syllabus(Finance &Taxation) that we follow. We create not graduates but market ready accountants/audit assistants or skilled graduates who are ready to take on the market challenges.

We have initiated the European way of education and we expect each one of you to utilize the opportunity and gain a head start in your career. We give placement assistance to our students . We are on the way to make Kochi the hub for skill development and we hope you will be a part of this elite school of education.
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Why should you Choose Pearl ?
  • We have developed a special course to cater Indian & International accounting jobs.
  • This is an excellent job oriented qualification , No CA is unemployed in India
  • The cost of studying this course is comparatively cheaper than Medicine, Engineering, and MBA.
  • Within a time period of 4 1⁄2 to 6 years you can become a Chartered Accountant
  • A CA by the age of 23, earns at least 10 lakhs per annum and you can work anywhere in the world
  • India's first CA coaching regular college
  • CA coaching classes conducted by national and international Faculties
  • Soft skill development classes taken by international faculties
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  • 24 hours parents support line
  • Separate placement department for accounts job
  • Hostel facilities for boys and girls
  • Online exam portal supported by question bank of 25,000
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  • Rigorous selection procedure
  • Constant touch with the industry
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