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First batch of 57 candidates receives certificates in Export import management convocation

Hyderabad, Jan 17 (UNI) The First CERTIFICATE Course In Export import management convocation , designed by The Federation of Telangana Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FTCCI) has as a part of Skill Development Cell and to open up opportunities for the youth of Telangana in association with Telangana State Trade Promotion Corporation Limited (TSTPC) was held here on Friday.
Congratulating the participants for completing the first course, Mr G Seetharam Reddy, Additional Director General of Foreign Trade, Ministry of Commerce, said “There is a urgent need for these skill development courses.
This is a major step in providing livelihoods for our youth, he said and expressed hope that this courses would help to all the participants in expanding and starting new ventures and exploring new regions.
Congratulating FTCCI , he requested them to organize many more in the near future.
Speaking on the occasion, FTCCI President, Karnendus S Jasti said the course was developed in keeping with the State’s growing demand and requirement for trained and knowledgeable personnel in the field of foreign trade. The entire curriculum will help participants to systematically understand the export import ecosystem which include foreign trade policy, documentation, logistics, trade finance, foreign exchange and risk management .
The convocation was witnessed by Telangana State Trade Promotion Corporation Ltd Joint Managing Director EV Narasimha Reddy FTCCI Senior Vice-President Ramakanth Inani and FTCCI CEO, Ms. Khyati Naravane.
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