Tula’s Group expands it’s corporate footprint in Gurugram

Gurugram: Tula’s Institute, a visionary group of institutions based out of Dehradun, is well geared up to extend its facilities and accelerate its growth, with the opening of its Corporate office in Gurugram today, 10th April 2018. With an excellent response in Uttarakhand, the company has expanded it’s outreach in Gurugram, with a fully functional infrastructure set-up. The Gurugram Corporate office, comprising of 15-20 employees, will act as a one stop solution to answer the queriesof Delhi/NCR based students.

Tula’s Group, founded by a group of philanthropists under the Rishabh Educational Trust, the educational group was set up with an objective of imparting education through seamless learning opportunities. To fulfil the objectives of the trust, a technical and management college was started in 2006, registered under the name Tula’s Institute, recognized as one of the ‘Top Engineering Colleges in Uttarakhand, Dehradun’ for its excellence in academic programs, for both the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Also, to turn young students into balanced, analytical people and to provide an ambience where education is balanced and rewarding, the group has set up a co-ed CBSE school in Dehradun whose pristine setting is conducive for learning and development in all spheres of life.

Sharing insights on the expansion, Mr.Sunil Jain, Chairman of Tula’s Group said, “We are delighted to announce our expansion in the Capital region and are very excited to showcase our services, with a conviction to contribute in fulfilling the mission, by providing easily accessible and affordable educational services. Our programmes and campaigns are the best in class, from undergraduate to the postgraduate level”.

Tula’s Group is committed to offer the best-in-class infrastructure and facilities to ensure academic excellence. A new corporate office set-up in Gurugram, will aid in smooth functioning of its administration and will also cater to the queries, posed by the local students.