RAJ SHARMA ESTABLISHED THE TIMESWORLD GROUP IN 2009 BY LAUNCHING WEB & SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SERVICES AND FURTHER SERIES OF BUSINESS INNOVATIONS.
Raj’s restless sprit of entrepreneurialism, innovation and market disruption has created a diversified group and underpins TimesWorld Group’s year on growth.
The group is aiming to be the most admired organization in the state of art of technology engaged in training & education, eCommerce, Brand Promotion, Tech Events and well as development of future leaders and innovations. The strong brand portfolio has created an eco-system to support system to each other as well as clients.
Times Institute of Management & Technical Studies :- (www.timts.edu.in)
Vision: Providing affordable, quality education; every day, everywhere as well as engaging, empowering and inspiring learners.
Market Positioning: An ISO 9001:2008 certified company, having 44 eCampuses across India and aiming to expend its operation in 100 cities across India and middle east. Training more than 70,000 students on various advance technologies via its classroom, virtual and On-campus model.
TechnoXian :- (www.technoxian.com)
Vision: A creative platform to learn, explore and share knowledge on robotics & automation.
Market Positioning: In its 3rd edition, 32000 students participated in various robotics competitions. Aiming to engage 2 million students via District, State, National and International competitions in its 4th edition.
Robohaat :- (www.robohaat.com)
Vision: To become one of the top eCommerce websites serving all engineering and technology needs of the clients.
Market Positioning: Listed 2500+ electronics products, projects for engineering institutions and having traffic more than 1.2 million visitors every month.
All India Council for Robotics & Automation :- (www.aicra.ac.in)
All India Council for Robotics & Automation (AICRA) is a leading, global and non-profit organization that is setting the standard for robotics and automation by helping over 35,000 worldwide members and other professionals to solve difficult technical problems, while enhancing their leadership and personal career capabilities. It aims to promote robotics, automations and other new technologies skills development by catalyzing creation of large, quality, for profit vocational institutions. AICRA provides technical support systems to institutions such as quality assurance, Information systems and train the trainer (TTT) academies either directly or through partnerships. To strengthen supplementary skill development, AICRA focuses on fostering private sector led efforts that include both non-profit and for-profit initiatives with the goal of building models that are scalable.
Vision: Upgrading Robotics & Automation skills to international standards through significant industry involvement and develop necessary frameworks for standards, curriculum and quality assurance, Enhance, support and coordinate private sector initiatives for skill development through appropriate engagement models strive for significant operational and financial involvement from the private sector .