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Ma Foi Academy opened

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VISAKHAPATNAM: Ma Foi Academy, the career training division of Ma Foi Management Consultants Ltd, began operations here on Wednesday.

The academy was inaugurated by Prof. R.V Rama Rao, the Principal of Engineering College. Mr Sanjay K. Basarkar, Head, Marketing, said the academy was opened with the twin agenda of enhancing employability of candidates and propagating the GEM philosophy (group learning, e-learning and mentoring).

The local office will be headed by Mr S.P. Ravindra, according to the press release issued by Ma Foi.

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