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NITRA offers short-term flexi retailing certificate course
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Jul '13
NITRA is offering a unique short-term flexi-day program Certificate Course in Retailing. The program will run for 24 weeks from 22nd July’13 with one contact class per week.

A working executive can join this course and opt for his own convenient day of the week for attending classes. He/she can even attend the work on that day as the class will be held between 10 AM and 1.30 PM. The program is ideal for both entering and excelling in retail industry.

The Indian Retail Industry witnessed a paradigm shift over the last one decade. Especially after FDI being allowed in this industry, today Indian Retail Industry is a sunrise industry and has gathered a new momentum with a whopping growth rate of 25% per annum.

Being the 5th most attractive destination the retail industry in India is expected to become a US$ 850 billion industry by 2015. Following the upward aspiration-shift of today’s consumers, the organized retail today is not only limited to metropolis but has been spreading its wings very fast in both urban and rural areas as well.

This retail boom in India has opened many opportunities for large as well as global retailers to enter the segment. In addition to domestic giants Pantaloons, Shoppers Stop, Madura, Wills Lifestyle and the likes, global retail giants like ZARA, GAP, Gucci, Levi’s, UCB, Marks & Spencer and many more have opened their stores in India, and also have plans to increase their presence.

In addition to these brand-owned outlets, the establishment of a large no. of hyper/super markets, shopping malls and departmental stores across the cities both small and big, has opened up huge job potential for both aspiring and working professionals.

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