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The TPJ has a fascinating and diverse members that ranges from students through qualified professionals in all disciplines to the still interested and involved retired community.

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Viewing their classrooms as communities of learners, where ownership and responsibility are shared among teacher and students. Demonstrating a student-centered approach to instruction.

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We have ISO 9001:2008 certified company's certificate. So you are going to enjoy every bit of your project and internship with such company.

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TPJ is a growing body of knowledge. We provide you with the best we can for placement assistance so that you can start your career without much struggle.

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