TCS iON, Cambridge Assessment English ink pact to offer Business English qualifications in India
Cambridge Assessment English, department of University of Cambridge, has inked a partnership with TCS iON here, to offer Business English qualifications across the country.
Cambridge Assessment English, department of University of Cambridge, has inked a partnership with TCS iON here, to offer Business English qualifications across the country. TCS iON is the strategic unit of IT major Tata Consultancy Services. The Cambridge English qualifications programme has been launched on the TCS learning hub online platform, making globally recognised qualification accessible to candidates across the country, a press release said. Candidates opting to take up the programme can directly register online, it said.
Cambridge English also announced the launch of mobile application BEC Exam Orientation and portal Campustowork.org. The 'BEC exam' orientation mobile application supports candidates with exam preparation through a detailed understanding of the format of the paper, revision exercises. The Campustowork.org portal brings corporates, educational institutions and students to come together to pick the right candidates for suitable vacancies. "Cambridge Assessment English exists to help people learn English and prove their skills to the world, and our collaboration with TCS will allow many more people throughout India", Cambridge Assessment English, COO, Mark Johnston said.
TCS iON, Global Head, Venguswamy Ramaswamy said, "we are delighted to partner with Cambridge Assessment English. I truly believe learners across the country will be greatly benefit with the certifications from Cambridge," By the partnership with TCS iON, Cambridge will leverage TCS iON's Digital Assessment Platform's extensive, high stake assessment capability to conduct examinations across the country.
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