KLiC Courses

KLiC courses serve as a bridge from school or college to careers. HKCL, under its KLiC brand, offers employability skills development modules as KLiC Certificate Courses at 221+ ALCs in the state.

An aesthetically rich and engaging content of KLiC courses have animations, videos, various work-based case studies, mini- projects, mock aptitude tests, resume writing, interview practice, etc. (earlier KLiC was known as WAVE courses), youth is showing keen interest in KLiC courses.

KLiC courses are categorized under various sectors for better career path selection and list of KLiC Courses are as mentioned below:

Job Readiness
  • KLiC Certificate in English Communication and Soft Skills (Hindi)
  • KLiC Certificate in Information Technology
  • KLiC Certificate in Digital Freelancing
  • KLiC Certificate in Personality Development

Accounting
  • KLiC Certificate in Financial Accounting with Tally ERP
  • KLiC Certificate in Advanced Financial Accounting with Tally ERP
  • KLiC Certificate in Advanced Excel

Designing
  • KLiC Certificate in Desktop Publishing (Adobe)
  • KLiC Certificate in Graphic Designing
  • KLiC Certificate in Desktop Publishing (CorelDRAW)
  • KLiC Certificate in Content Illustration
  • KLiC Certificate in Web Designing
  • KLiC Certificate in Video Editing
  • KLiC Certificate in Photo Editing

Digital Arts
  • KLiC Certificate in AutoCAD
  • KLiC Certificate in 3D Modeling
  • KLiC Certificate in 3D Texturing

Hardware & Networking
  • KLiC Certificate in IT Hardware Support

Programming
  • KLiC Certificate in C Programming
  • KLiC Certificate in C++ Programming

New Collar Jobs
  • KLiC Certificate in SCRATCH Programming
  • KLiC Certificate in Internet of Things (IoT)

Management
  • KLiC Certificate in Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI)- logical grouping
  • KLiC Certificate in Retail Management

he focus of KLiC Courses is on knowledge-based skills for career development in diverse areas of services sector. The KLiC Learners enjoy the benefits of HKCL’s unique eLearning environment and HKCL’s role-based and work-centric (and not book-centric or information-centric) vocational education approach in ERA. During the course, the learners are trained to produce Socially Useful and Productive Work (SUPW) as enshrined in Mahatma Gandhi’s “Nai Talim”. The learning process is so designed that it begins with work, learner derives knowledge from work and then applies that knowledge to produce wholesome work. Thus, the learner development continues on an ever evolving upward spiral. KLiC Courses try to develop earning potential through (L)earning!

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