GAARE to Offer Diploma in Automotive Retail Sales

Sale of cars in different segments in the country have increased phenomenally in recent times.

Published: 22nd July 2015 04:43 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd July 2015 04:43 AM   |  A+A-

VIJAYAWADA: Sale of cars in different segments in the country have increased phenomenally in recent times, but automobile companies and showrooms have found one thing in lacking, knowledgeable salespersons.

To fill that gap and provide better employment opportunities, Pune-based Global Academy of Automotive Retail Excellence ( has come out with an Advanced Diploma in Automotive Retail Sales. GAARE has a MoU with Delhi-based Automotive Skills Development Council.

Briefing mediapersons in Gudavalli near here Tuesday about the course and the advantage of those completing it will have in the automobile retail market, chief mentor Yashwant Jhabakh and executive director Vikas Jhabakh said the admissions for the course are under way and the selection process involves online test GET (GAARE Entrance Test) and personal interview.

“The course will be offered at GAARE institute in Pune, Maharashtra, which has world class infrastructure. Students will receive certificate from Automotive Skills Development Council and Business English Certificate from University of Cambridge. We shall also offer scholarships to deserving candidates,” Yashwant said.

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