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SBE- UMT Students Successfully Complete ERP Training at IKL, Dubai

Thursday, October 20, 2016

It is a moment of great pride for the UMT community and SBE-UMT that our students registered in Microsoft Dynamics ERP course have completed their training successfully from the Institute of Knowledge and Leadership (IKL), Dubai. All of them have been awarded certificates by MDSC and their special moments of achievements were celebrated in MDSCP Award Achievement Certificates Distribution Ceremony. It was organized by the Center for Enterprise and Technological Advancement (CETA) on October 15, 2016 in the Seminar Room of UMT.

Dr Hassan Sohaib Murad, Rector, UMT was the chief guest on the occasion. He acknowledged the efforts of students and encouraged them to participate in future training programs. The ceremony began with an overview of the ERP training program and the role of CETA in arranging the 15-day training program for its students at IKL, Dubai. The team of CETA in collaboration with Microsoft Dynamics Team presented the course outline and stated how the training program became a tremendous success.

After the training sessions, the participants received a unique opportunity to intern for five days at Al-Futtaim Group. Al-Futtaim Group is a synonym for excellence. Al-Futtaim ensures quality, utilizes cutting-edge technology and provides the best customer care. Later all the participants were awarded certificates in recognition of their efforts during the internship program. Al-Futtaim has never offered any internship opportunities to students form academic institutions and UMT students have the honor of being the first internees in this regard. 

During the distribution ceremony, Dr Hasan Sohaib Murad appreciated the works of Syed Hussnain Abbas Shah, Microsoft Dynamics, Board of Advisory Member, Director, Center for Enterprise Technology Advancement (CETA), SBE, and congratulated Dr Naveda Kitchlew, Associate Dean SBE on achieving this milestone. 


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