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VETA plans 300 centres by 2009

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Kochi, July 5

VETA, one of the leading English training academies, is planning to set up 300 centres across the country by 2009. The institute, which is commemorating its 25 years in spoken English training this year, has over 90 franchisees. As part of the expansion plans, VETA will soon be setting up franchisees across Kerala. VETA will also be launching the VETA Reach programme in the State. It is being initiated as a movement to spread fluent English and would also create an employment opportunity for the existing students.

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