More than six decades and over six Lakh students trained.
Jetking is united by a common purpose to encourage people to lead a “better life”. Having trained more than 6,00,000 students across India, our courses are ever evolving and innovating to deliver the best in class education. Through more than six decades Jetking has earned a leadership position in the IT and IMS training industry.
C.K. Prahalad -Extract from "Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid"
If we stop thinking of the poor as victims or as a burden and start recognizing them as resilient, creative entrepreneurs and value-conscious consumer, a whole new world of opportunity will open up. What is needed is a better approach to help the poor: an approach that involves partnering with them to innovate and achieve sustainable win-win scenarios where the poor are actively engaged and, at the same time, the companies providing products and services to them profit, too.
Empowering the Girl Student
A great believer in the equality of the sexes and independence of women, Jetking awards a 25 percent fee discount to all girl students, enabling them to carve out a successful career and to lead an independent life.
Empowering the Underprivileged
Jetking has also been actively involved in spreading computer literacy amongst the masses. The Gordhandas P. Bharwani Computer Centers set up by the company are testimony to this effort. These centers provide computer training to students who come from underprivileged families and cannot afford the same. Jetking's six operational centers impart computer literacy to these youngsters at a minimal fee of Rs.100/-per month. Each center has six computers and 12 students get trained in batches of 2 for an hour each day. In a day six slots are operational. Thus 432 students get trained in computer usage daily.
LETTER OF APPRECIATION FROM THE RURAL HOMOEOPATHIC HOSPITAL
We are happy to inform you that the 30 computers donated by Jetking to Dr ML Dhawale Memorial Trust have proved extremely useful for clinical, academic as well as administrative activities being carried out at Rural Homoeopathic Hospital, Palghar. We have set up the Gordhandas P Bharwani Computer department with the help of these computers.
We have installed 4 different homoeopathic software’s in our OPDS (HOMPATH, CARA, Radar & Organon'96). This allows quick referencing of Homoeopathic repertoires and shortens time taken for prescriptions.
Dr. Anand Kapse Director Rural Homoeopathic Hospital