A diploma in Office Management and Secretarial Practice (OMSP) open doors to job profiles such as executive assistant, personal secretary, administrative officer/assistant, “Students get more exposure through our full-time training”.

Course curriculum :
Course modules include introduction to communication methods (written, verbal), language exercises, report writing (English), note making and minutes writing, composition and grammar. Typically, good faculty focus on skills like phonetic transcription, stress and intonation in communication and presentation practices.

The students are taught book-keeping and accountancy, company law & banking services. Practical lab sessions and field exposure are both extremely crucial for the students.

Job skills :
Apart from good communication skills, these skills are a must: letter writing, précis writing; procedure of preparing memorandum of understanding, tax regulations, effective documentation, updated computer packages and their applications and such functions.

If one is organising the boss’s routine work, one should be aware of schedules, time tables, travel agencies and associated tariffs related to the nature of work.

Professionals on demand :
Of late there has been a steady demand of qualified office managers, secretaries, customer care representatives in MNC, public sector companies, hotels etc. Your workplace could be a public or private sector enterprise, corporation, service sector establishment such as a bank, financial institution, logistic units/firms or a travel agency.

Campus placements :
National Education Council, private in particular, offer placement assistance. The entry level salaries range from Rs. 8,000 to 20,000 depending on the place of work and the city. But a lot more depends on your own ability and experience.