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IITC Students IATA Convocation Ceremony

Published On : 12 Feb 2019   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal

IITC a vocational training institute and is a Authorised Training Center for IATA (Travel Tourism and Cargo courses), conducted a Convocation Ceremony for the 280 new IATA graduates On successfully passing December 2018 IATA exam. At St Xavier’s College auditorium, on 9th Feb.2019.

The event was graced by Mr Lokesh Matta IATA Regional Training Development Manager, South Asia, who awarded the IATA certificates to the IATA graduates from IITC’s 10 branch locations in India. IATA Travel Tourism and Cargo Diploma certificates are internationally recognized worldwide and are mandatory requirements for employment in certain departments of the Airlines & Aviation industry.

The event was equally supported by team IITC Mr Vikrant Urval Director IITC, Mr Gurjit Singh, Ms Falguni Mirani, Ms Urmi Patel, Ms Priyanka Dsouza, Ms Vandana Jain, Ms Divya Lakur, Ms Amruta Kavade,Ms Vijaya Menon, Mr Gangadhar Pujari & Sanjay Misrti.

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