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Two day Certification Workshop in HR Functions at SMS Varanasi

A two days Certification Workshop in HR Functions being conducted by Mr. Srinivas, a well known H.R. Expert of IVY HR Services at the premises of School of Management Sciences (SMS). IVY HR Services has been associated with renowned companies all over India and worldwide for delivering effective HR Consultancy and services. Speaking on the occasion, he said upon various technicalities involved in computing Provident Funds and Employees State Insurance matters. He has also discussed about the methods of payroll preparation and involved calculations therein. Moreover he has explained the existing tax slabs and logics behind them. He has also clarified the methods of computing Taxable incomes of individuals and corporate. Their focus was to bridge the gap between Education and the Corporate expectations in area of Human Resource Management. Inspirational clippings and power point presentations were used to explain the topics. HR students of various programs attended the workshop. Earlier welcoming the guest, Prof. P. N. Jha, Director, SMS said that SMS is always committed towards conducting such workshops for enhancing the Quality Education as well as enhancing the Skill Sets of its students. Consistent value addition and the best academic delivery has been the hallmark of SMS since its inception. Prof. Jha further reiterated that SMS is among the very few management institutes in India that organize such workshops where Experts and well acclaimed authorities in the respective disciplines from around the world help the students to build upon the strengths necessary to be successful in the Corporate World. It is needless to mention that, it was the first time in any institute of North India to conduct such trainings sessions. This training has been provided to students, without charging any fees in this regard. At the end of two day session certificates were distributed to the participating students.

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