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I have been a part of NTPR, as a Psychology Intern for a few months now.

A Reputed Institution.

These few months have been nothing but a journey of incredible learning and everyday experience. The courses which are provided are brilliant, thorough, and knowledgeable. Opting for two courses at a time complement each other and benefits. The trainers are well spoken, diligent and inventive. There is nothing better than a workplace which is comfortable, systematic and colleagues who work with ardent passion. NTPR is that workplace for you. I am delighted to be working here.

NTPR offers, tailor-made programmes. which are creative, exclusive and are well structured. The trainings provided by our trainers include psychological sessions. Which helps in acknowledging various aspects in personal outlook, as well as in professional outlook. The sessions are monitored according to client’s progress. Various questionnaires, activities and modules are included in sessions to have our clients engrossed.

To Develop your personality, speaking skills and interacting competency through profuse psychological trainings, is what we offer at NTPR. In the end of the day, acquiring undivided attention at trainings benefits more than composed trainings.

Written by:

Devika,Psychology Intern

Leadership November 2019

What it takes to be a Leader?

We have been familiar with this word “leader” from our childhood. Implementing this term in our personal as well as Professional life is way beyond our imagination, isn’t it?… Being a leader, you must be very cautious about the things happening in your team and the surroundings. Let your skills be shown at workplace for success.

What does this mean?

Being the unique person at workplace takes a lot of courage. Rise like sun and spark the light in team. Now, you must be thinking how we can be the light resembling the sun. Let’s go in our past talking about lots of revolutionaries taking their feet to the desire to defeat the worst. How can you be so sure about being one of them!!! Still it is a mystery?

Have you ever heard of 80/20 rule where you focus on 20% on the hard work and rest 80% are the results? Wait you are up with lots of questions.

We can give you insight through our training programs to get an outcome…it’s another way to climb the ladder of being a Successful Leader.

Accounting Cycle

Accounting Cycle is that cycle in which all the business transaction are recorded, classified and summarized. It is also known as Accounting Standards.

It is the process of recording all the transaction in following way:

  1. Books of original entry: firstly all the business transaction is recorded in the books of original entry, called as Journal. In this book all the transactions are recorded as per the 3 Golden rules (Real account, nominal account and personal account).
  2. Journal is sub divided into ‘sub-journal’ or ‘subsidiary books’.
  3. Classification or Ledger posting: All the transaction recorded in the Journal or in the subsidiary books are transferred (posted) to various Ledger accounts. In this process, date wise recorded transactions are classified item wise. Thus, this is the second stage of recording and all the separate accounts are made as per item given.
  4. Summary: At the end of the accounting period all the ledger account are balanced and these shows the balances are zero on both side of debit side and credit side.
  5. A list prepared in the form of debit balance and credit balances, called as Trail Balance.
  6. If all the recordings and postings and balances are correct then financial statements or final accounts are prepared.
  7. Final accounts are prepared to know the financial position of the Business Organization. In final accounts we prepare 3 accounts:
  1. Trading Account
  2. Profit and Loss Account
  3. Balance Sheet

What is Accounting?

Accounting is a process of identifying, recording, measuring, classifying, verifying, summarizing, interpreting and communicating financial information. Accounting is a process to know the financial position of the company, that if ,we are earning Profits or Losses.
Accounting consists of all the acts of  counting  and thinking of accountant……. accountant handles accounts where they record all the transactions recorded by the Bookkeeper in the book of accounts…..
Accounting Rules:
Accounting is a process of keeping records of financial reports to know the financial position of the company.
There are some basic Golden Rules of Accounting:
1. Personal A/c
2. Real A/c
3. Nominal A/c
Accounting is all about debit side and credit side……Get your Knowledge bank from us and join for free Demo Class. Call today at NTPR Centre 0172-4181444/9781090222.

Soft Skills Training

Module 01 Grammar & Vocabulary Duration:- 95hours

  • Parts of Speech, Idioms, Punctuations
  • Implementation of Grammar in sentence formation
  • Building Vocabulary, Improving Pronunciation
Module 02 Communication – Part 1

  • Barriers of Communication
  • Speaking & Listening Effectively
  • Idioms, Phrases & Proverbs
  • Comprehension & Composition
Module 03 Communication – Part 2

  • Writing Skills ( Email, Business Correspondence)
  • Reading Skills (focus on voice modulation)
  • Extempore & Group Discussions
  • Smart English V/S Normal English
  • Testing & Evaluation
Module 04 Accent Neutralization

  • Diction Analysis
  • Pronunciation Power Guide
  • Introduction to Vowel & Consonants
  • Intonation Syllable Stress
Module 05 Personality Development

  • Attitude Management
  • Killing Nervousness & Building Confidence
  • Body language & Dress Code
  • Role Play (Real life Conversation)
Module 06 Interview Skills

    • Resume format
    • Personal Interview Techniques

Course Highlights


  • Systematic Approach
  • Enhanced Vocabulary
  • Emphasis on Verbal Communication
  • through Role play, GD , Extempore
  • Accent Neutralization
  • Email Drafting

What is HTML ?

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML):

  • Is a used to create a Web document or a Web page.
  • Tell  the way in which the document is to be read by the browser.
  • Consist of  tags that you can use to insert graphics ,colors ,font for the various elements on a Web page.



• Relationship among tables is maintained in a RDBMS whereas this not the case DBMS as it is used to manage the database.

• DBMS accepts the ‘flat file’ data that means there is no relation among different data whereas RDBMS does not accepts this type of design.

• DBMS is used for simpler business applications whereas RDBMS is used for more complex applications.

• Although the foreign key concept is supported by both DBMS and RDBMS but its only RDBMS that enforces the rules.

• RDBMS solution is required by large sets of data whereas small sets of data can be managed by DBMS.