Mangaluru: VPROV training centre sets foot in city


Media Release

Mangaluru, Feb 6: The Mangaluru chapter of VPROV, a training centre for MBA, MS, law and goernment job entrances, was inaugurated in the city on Saturday, February 4. It is located on the first floor of Catholic Centre (Above Polo Sale), Hampankatta. The new centre is strategically located in the heart of the and will focus more on crafting the career of the Youth in and around the it.
 
The inauguration of VPROV, read as 'We prove' was graced by Fr Dr Ravi Santhosh Kamath SJ, professor of systematic theology and foreign languages at St Aloysius College, and  founder-director of VPROV Rajesh, from Dubai, CAT topper batch of 2006 and an alumnus of IIT Mumbai and IIM Bangalore.

The inauguration was followed by a workshop by Rajesh, on 'patented speed math techniques' . Thw workshop elucidated the aspirants about forthright approach to tackle competitive exams. This workshop was highly appreciated by the attendees, and received an overwhelming response.

Rajesh himself will be available for the first batch of training , scheduled to start on Monday, February 6.

With continual efforts and high results, VPROV has seven centres in Bangalore and 58 centres in other parts of India, with 7 centres overseas, and are privilege to come to Mangaluru, the education hub of coastal Karnataka.
 
Coaching is offered for 

1) Management Entrance Examinations like CAT, CMAT, MAT, XAT, SAT, ATMA, SNAP and PG-CET
2) Overseas Entrance Examinations like: GMAT, GRE, SAT etc. along with language courses like IELTS,  TOEFEL
3) Competitive Examination like CSAT, Bank PO and Clerical, SSC.

About VPROV

VPROV, an IS0 9001:2008 is a national leader for classroom training in Competitive and Management entrance examinations. VPORV is associated with institutions like  IIT Madras, VIT Vellore, PSG Coimbatore, Dr MGR University, Chennai, Osmania University, Hyderabad, Mount Carmel College, Bengaluru, Dubai International Academic City (DIAC), Dubai, Pinnacle Knowledge Group, Dubai and University Of Colombo, Sri Lanka, among others.

As a part of social responsibility, VPROV supports deserving students who are physically challenged or from economically weak backgrounds. VPROV also imparts training to blind students and HIV Positive students for free.

  

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