Applied Research International, New Delhi
Contact No: 011 - 43158585
Location: B-1 , Hauz Khas, New Delhi, Delhi, India - 110016
Applied Research International (ARI), New Delhi is one of the asia’s leading maritime training institutions offering a wide range of training solutions to the maritime industry. ARI has trained approximately 25,000 mariners of various nationalities. ARI vision of quality Maritime education addresses international competency norms and also factors in the needs of Marine Industry and Individuals alike. ARI not only offers the widest range of courses in India, it also has a unique focus on Human Resource development as an essential component of education. They offer complete end to end consultancy and solutions for manpower selection, talent management, performance appraisals, behavioral, aptitude and psychometric testing, counseling and professional development, workshops and seminars.
Careers at Applied Research International –
ARI Group offers the work on the world class technologies in the field of simulation and IT products. It provides a conducive work environment with freedom to learn, experiment and grow with the organization. Apart from Naval Experts, Marine Engineers, master Mariners and Academics Experts, ARI family consists of alumni from IITs, Stanford University and other prestigious institutes around the world.
Clients of Applied Research International –
Applied Research International (ARI), is a premier provider of simulation, IT and e-business and human capital solutions to clients across the world. Widespread global installations and acceptance means a proven solution is in place to support the products and services.
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