It was year 1998 when Shri Sudhakar Sonawane set out to build a chain of computer institutes that would offer computer courses at affordable fees to the middle class.
To his delight he found an immense response to his maiden venture, a modest size training centre at Bandra. Students disillusioned with fancy institutes and their fancy price tags found relief in the clean and fill free education at prices that brought a smile to their faces.
Success begets success. Like-minded professionals impressed with the business model and values of Shri Sudhakar Sonawane chose to become his Study Centers.
All agreed that they should follow a strategy of selecting location with a very high density of people movement. Today this network of our Study Centers, mostly concentrated in Mumbai and sparsely at various locales in Maharashtra have their centers at a stone's throw distance of local railway stations and central ST stands. The strategic locations took away the stress of making huge expenses towards mass advertising.
Keerti centre is between 600 - 800 sq. ft., employing anywhere between 6 -12 personnel. Shri Sudhakar Sonawane's man-management skill is evident in the people associated with him as faculty, marketing staff, centre manager and others. They all are united as one team working harmoniously as a single organisation, happily pushing forward for growth and quality in imparting education.
Mission : Make IT and Art related education affordable even to the lower strata of the society.
Keerti has focus on imparting quality education at an affordable cost with a comprehensive range of courses that are geared towards fulfilling the industry demand. Keerti aims at profit through student's satisfaction by offering excellent educational services to its students. Our total commitment to 100% student satisfaction is the true secret of our success.
Vision : Create a vast network of Study Centers penetrating right into the deep interiors of the country. A thousand centers within the next 3 years.
Values : Build careers without considering the cost of effort or money. Create an organisation that nurtures and nourishes talents. Find ways for all concerned to share the fruits of labour.