AIDM to open 10 centers in Odisha

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Bhubaneswar: Advanced Institute of Digital Marketing (AIDM), India’s leading training organisation for aspiring digital marketers and strategists, today announced the commencement of its Bhubaneswar operation and expansion plan in Odisha. AIDM will have its centers in major cities across the state namely- Bhubaneswar, Puri, Cuttack, Raurkela, Berhampur, Sambalpur &Balasore. AIDM seeks to address the growing and fast-paced need of today’s industry by providing skilled digital marketing professionals to all sectors of business, ranging from consulting, education, healthcare, manufacturing, government, defence and IT.
Advanced Institute of Digital Marketing (AIDM) offers short-term and long-term programs which are eminently relevant for Students, Entrepreneurs, Working Professionals, Housewives, Working Women, and the Elderly. The curriculum and course material has been designed and developed by professionals with outstanding international industry experience. The courses are categorized into short, medium and long duration, and range from a period of one month to six months with some internships and 100% placement assurance. The content of all the programs is simple-to-understand and every module is updated as and when an industry update is released. Courses are taught in our classroom(s) thus giving students an experience and knowledge which is authentic, fresh and reliable.
According to Mr. Subrata Chakrabarty, CMD, Advanced Institute of Digital Marketing (AIDM), “We are extremely pleased and full of hope and belief that our initiative in setting up the Advanced Institute of Digital Marketing (AIDM) in Bhubaneswar will serve the needs of the students and the professionals who now have chance to sit the global table of opportunity and easily overcome and excel everyone else already there. Our programs have a unique amalgamation of Global and Indian learning methodologies and have been handcrafted with an objective of offering a world-class state-of-the-art quality content to our students.

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