• सेन्ट्रल म्यानेजमेण्ट अर्गनाइजेसन अफ नेपाल Central Management Organization of Nepal



International Institute of Training and Management

IITM is a Corporate Training Company based at Kolkata (India); we conduct soft Skills Training and software training for Schools, Colleges and Corporate houses and provide Pre-Placement Training (Campus Recruitment Training) and support for engineering, management and general colleges. Our support extends to the states of west Bengal, Sikkim, Jharkhand, Odisha/Orissa, Bihar, Chhattisgarh and in cities of Chennai, Mumbai, Indore, Pune, Patna and Kolkata. A close industry interaction, Trend Analysis and constant research ensures the best of soft skills training from IITM.

Corporate Training by IITM

We are a Corporate Training house based at Kolkata, with services extended to Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha/ Orissa, Chhattisgarh, Chennai, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Indore & Pune. We are equipped to provide both Soft Skills and Software Training. Our Corporate Training Programs are aimed at enriching the work place and creating a positive environment of confidence, knowledge, teamwork, cooperation and initiation. We believe that good communication within the organization is extremely important, and so is teamwork and performance. Training programs are customized according to needs of every group and therefore the objectives of each program are clear and achievable.

College Training by IITM

The training we facilitate in degree colleges (Engineering/ Management, General) traverses Life-Skills and Employability Skills catering to Teachers and Students to help them improve their performance in respective fields. Build their Self confidence and help them perform better in life. There are separate Teacher's Training Programs and Pre-Placement Training programs for students.

Bright Minds (Soft Skills for School Goers)

The World Health Organization and UNICEF have both accepted and decreed life skills as an integral component of quality education. It is recognized as a basic learning need for all children and youth.

In fact, WHO recommended a module comprising ten life skills – stress management, problem solving, communication skills, emotions management, creative thinking, self-awareness, interpersonal skills, empathy, decision making, and critical thinking – to every school worldwide to incorporate into the mainstream academic curriculum. (Source: Education World, October 2005).