While the initial offerings of the brand will focus on the growing media & entertainment, AVGC segment given the mass employment opportunities; however it will not be restricted to this segment alone. With the launch of ProAlley.com, Aptech Ltd now has all forms of delivery models in its business arsenal - Offline, Remote, Live and Self- Paced.
Aptech Limited houses some of the most iconic education brands in the country including Arena Animation, MAAC, Lakme Academy Powered by Aptech (LAPA), Aptech International Pre-school, Aptech Aviation Academy, Aptech Learning amongst others. ProAlley.com is the company’s newest brand addition to deliver authentic & professional creative courses purely online. ProAlley.com will extend Aptech’s philosophy/ mission on employment driven education and job enablement by focussing on skilling & up-skilling the new age tech user.
ProAlley.com officially launched on September 16, 2021, is for the new-age user with hitech features and a quick, user-friendly tech- fuss free interface. The ProAlley Advantage includes self -paced learning with easy to follow courses offering hands- on learning with a complete skill driven approach.
The curriculum offered by the brand is developed by the industry experts having over 30 years of experience in the field of media, entertainment & AVGC (Animation, VFX, Gaming, and Computer Graphics) segment. The brand offers two plans to opt from, ‘Pro’ and ‘Pro-Plus’. Both the plans offer certification courses. ‘Pro-plus’ has additional benefits including creating & enhancing portfolio with guidance from experts, placement assistance, personalised one-on-one mentor connect programs and real time graded & evaluated assignments.
Anil Pant, Managing Director and CEO, Aptech Limited said, “We are ecstatic to be announcing our entry in the EdTech segment. This has been a dream project for Aptech Limited to be a bricks & clicks model. Our Ed-tech initiative is for self- paced learners, freelancers, influencers, content creators – literally anyone looking to equip themselves with new skills, looking to make a career in the media, entertainment or AVGC segment.”
Aptech Ltd trade ended at Rs290.45 per piece down by Rs2.8 or 0.95% from its previous closing of Rs293.25 per piece on the BSE.