“Small beginnings are the launching pad to great things later.”
A look at Apar India when it was just a baby, 20 years ago. Our Founder chairman Mr. RK Jain founded Apar India in 1998 with just a single room classroom and eyes full of dreams.
And now 20 years later we have trained more than 40 thousand students and seamlessly working hard to make Apar India a proud NSDC & TISS partner with projects currently running all over India.
Since its beginning, Apar India has come a long way since it’s inception from training MS office to MBA to PG in HR. Over the years we have had many associations with a number of reputed organizations including Sikkim Manipal University, NSDC, Tata Institute of Social Science amongst many.
All thanks to the students and trainee that trusted Apar India not just as an institute but as a temple where they can learn and grow and expand their knowledge in their chosen field. It is our passion for teaching that helped us to work endlessly without hassle because we take education very seriously.
After trained tens of thousands of students, and making a difference in countless lives we have realized that our zeal for helping the individuals to get them the required skills, motivate us to work hard each and every day to provide quality education.
As for now our tie-up with NSDC get us involved with many of the skill training program. Providing training for countless students at zero cost to them through Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas and many other schemes all around the country.
While with Tata Institute of Social science, currently, we are running two flagship programs for working professionals who want to upgrade their skills while working. It is a revolutionary concept adopted by TISS for working professionals.
In addition, we are also working in areas like Sultanpur and Bhatimines to help nomadic tribes of India to get the required skills and training to get them to function in modern society.
We have come so far since 1998 and a long way to go, we appreciate all the students who put their trust in us, it was an unimaginable experience.