Kathmandu, January 21
The Indian Institute of Digital Education (IIDE) – Asia’s leading digital business organization – has officially launched an international education center in Nepal. The school has been established to offer its courses and certificates to interested students, as well as to develop the necessary skills in marketing for companies and startups.
IIDE offers students a hybrid education, professorship, online learning management system, final assessment, and online certification combined with online networking with industry experts and dedicated placement support at its Nepalese campuses. The school offers a variety of courses, including an 11-month post-graduate program in digital marketing, a four-month technical marketing course, and a one-week certification course.
Speaking at a press conference held here today, Karan Shah, the founder of IIDE, emphasized the importance of digital marketing in the digital development of today’s world and said that he believes that it will not only help improve local businesses but also create sustainability. youth investment.
He also emphasized that IIDE offers a well-structured training program, a student body, job placement assistance and leadership training and development, which differentiates the institution from other institutions offering similar courses.
“Anyone aged 16 who has a smartphone and is interested in digital marketing and related studies can apply for any of our courses without restrictions. In five years, we believe that all students should have an easy opportunity to learn digital marketing as the economy of Nepal has been set up to reflect the digital revolution that brings with it a greater need for technology,” he said.
Similarly, Rishi Agarwal, head of student education at IIDE Nepal, said, “I am happy to bring IIDE to Nepal.
“By partnering with IIDE, we are determined to provide the best digital marketing education to empower our students to achieve their goals,” Anchita Bhimsaria, head of education and development at IIDE Nepal, shared.
This article was published on January 21, 2023, The Himalayan Times.