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EEMA North to add another milestone in EEMA vision for human resource development.

EEMA goes aggressive on human resource development for event industry - Signs a MOU with Primordial Center of Excellence

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Initiative taken by EEMA North to add another milestone in EEMA vision for human resource development. PRIMORDIAL CENTER OF EXCELLENCE, em-paneled by Haryana Skill Development Mission, Government of Haryana, is a premiere learning & education endeavor operating in the graduate training and employability space with a single point agenda of transforming human resources into gainfully employable human capital with a high investment index. 

The Center of Excellence intends to address the Indian growth imperative, as a knowledge based economy, by leveraging skill-based education delivery mechanisms coupled with a strong focus on ‘Market Relevancy’ to generate a gainfully-employable pool of human capital. Since inception in 2010, the Institution has been offering ‘Graduate Management Trainee Programs’ (GMTP) through its endeavor the ‘Indian Institute of Learning and Advanced Development (INLEAD)’across emerging sectors such as Healthcare Administration, Event Management, Media & Public Relations, Infrastructure Management, International Business Management and International Hotel Management etc. to consistently realize its mission of knowledge-based transformation through value-added employment opportunities for the unemployed graduates of our country. 

The GMTP pedagogy revolves around five key areas, namely – Management Skills, Technical Skills, Employability Skills, Soft Skills and Application Skills – and imparts the program components through alternate sessions of in-class and on-the-job trainings. The Center of Excellence is located at a 10-minutes’ drive from the Delhi border along the Delhi-Jaipur Highway on a self-owned 1-acre plot on the NH-48 in Gurugram in a LEED US compliant ‘Green Building’ with a built-up area of 65,000 Sq. Ft. the Center is centrally air conditioned and equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure including AV-equipped classrooms, cafeteria, library, rest & recreation facilities, conference rooms etc., and is operating in full compliance with local and state bye-laws.

Event management is one of the fastest growing sectors of Indian economy. In the absence of a well drafted education policy in event management, the gap between the growing human resource needs of the industry and the talent available is widening with each passing day. This MOU will add to the efforts of the current EEMA Leadership to create a well-trained and talented pool of event industry professionals across India. These initiatives are small steps in ensuring event management industry gets access to a well-trained and qualified manpower to meet its ever growing demand in the coming years. According to Vipul Pandhi – Vice President North - EEMA After signing similar agreements with IGNOU, Amity School of Communication & Pearl Academy recently, this is the 4th institute imparting education in event management to partner with EEMA. 

Event management industry has grown at very fast pace over the last 10 years and will continue to grow at a high speed in the coming years. The way the industry is growing, we will be needing a huge number of skilled and trained manpower to take this industry to the next level. A robust education system will be a backbone in fueling our demand for qualified manpower and help the grow to claim their rightful place in India’s economy. As per Prerana Saxena – Head Education Committee – EEMA North As we are a service industry, only professionally trained and skilled manpower will give us a cutting edge and take us to next levels. Our concentrated efforts in this direction will surely benefit the event industry. 

Team EEMA invites you to be a part of this movement for human resource development.Reach out to us if you are willing to contribute towards this initiative. You can support us in the following areas:
1. Take guests lectures at colleges for event management students
2. Involve them as helping hands in your events as support team
3. Offer internships in your organization
4. Hire students in your organization post successful completion of their education


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