At a gala ceremony organized by ASSOCHAM, Marg ERP, which has been actively involved in the governmentâ€™s Skill India Program, was awarded the Best Start-Up in Skill Development. The award was given by Mr Rajiv Pratap Rudy, Union Minister of State for Skill Development, Government of India.
Marg ERP is the country’s fastest growing integrated business management and inventory application software provider has been in the forefront of Skill India campaign. The company has set up has set up 500 academies across India for training personnel in software inventory and accounting. It plans to scale this up to 2000 by 2018.Â
The ASSOCHAM Summit-cum-Awards is meant to honor and recognize those who have played a catalytic role and demonstrated their commitment to the advancement of Skills by implementing skills development and training programs. With more than 500 guests in attendance, the awards were announced at a gala lunch.
The criteria for the award was involvement, dedication and success in skilling India.Â There were Smile Foundation, Elite Education, Muskan Foundation &North East Education organizations nominated in this category. But Marg ERP scored over others because of its reputation as the number one, pan-India Inventory and Accounting Software Company and its consistent work in the field of skill development. Its excellent training facilities and proven track record of securing student placement also went in its favor. Starting with 1800 students in 2015, Marg ERP has so far helped train 7000 and the numbers are growing every day.
Conferring the award, Mr. Rajiv Pratap Rudy, was all praise for Marg ERP efforts in skilling India and wished it greater success in the coming days and months.
Delighted at the honor, Mr. Sudhir Singh, Managing Director, Sales and Marketing, Marg ERP said, a recognition of the work we have been doing in this field. With various national and state level skill development programs, we have been involved with, Marg ERP has been instrumental in substantial knowledge transfer in the field of accounting and inventory and has helped a very large number of students get good jobs. The company has set up has set up 500 training academies across India for the purpose. The award encourages us to continue our good work. The Indian economy needs a constant supply of skilled manpower in Inventory and Accounting. Our aim is to fulfill this need through our involvement with the government’s Skill India Program.
The company has recently launched 1-month Crash Course on Goods & Services Tax (GST). The course is meant to enable millions of small and medium business owners and other professionals dealing with GST get up to date with the new tax system.