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The Ugly Truth: Computer Institutes fooling innocent parents & students in India.

Are you a parent or a student who is frustrated by computer institutes fooling you in the name of job assistance and useless certificates that they provide?

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The Ugly Truth: Computer Institutes fooling innocent parents & students in India.

Are you a parent or a student who is frustrated by computer institutes fooling you in the name of job assistance and useless certificates that they provide?

The ugly truth is that the problem is not single sided. It’s from both the sides i.e. 1. From the students side who get fooled by thinking job assistance as job placement 2. From the trainers/instructors/managers at the institute who make fake claims to give job placement in the name of job assistance.

Thousands and Lacs of students and parents often get fooled by computer institutes in India Why? Because they are promised by the institute for 100 % job placements in the name of job assistance.

Now there’s a different between 100% Job Assistance and 100% Job Placement. 100% Job Assistance means that the institute will just upload your CV/Resume to recruitment/job hunt website that’s it. Nothing more.

So, do you really want to get fooled by a 100% Job assistance promise and pay 36,000 to 3, 00,000 of rupees to the institute just like that? Think about it.

Visit the below given URLs to know more about the ugly truth about computer institutes in India and how they are fooling innocent people like you and me. Yes, Even I was a victim.

Links

NIIT Mouthshut Reviews

NIIT Complaints

NIIT Is Hell

http://www.grahakseva.com/topic/niit

Saint Angelos Mouthshut Reviews

Aptech Mouthshut Reviews

Aptech Consumer Complaints

Few years back in 2010 I was a computer faculty at Mumbai’s 2nd or 3rd Leading computer institute. It was a horrible place to learn and teach. They were money hungry and money sucking people.

They even fooled students and parents and took good money from them saying that our new faculty can teach anything and is proficient in teaching any subject.

Unfortunately I had to leave that computer institute as the salary was way too low starting from 2,000 to 8,000 rupees.

After few months I applied for a job as a computer faculty at India’s #1 computer institute. Yes, you guessed it right.

Fortunately my resume was selected and I was called to deliver a demo lecture at the institute. My demo lecture went awesome but I didn’t get selected for the job. Why?

I asked the same question to the HR guy and he replied “Your teaching style is like a technical programmer and we don’t need such trainers.” I said “Thank you and walked away”.

Computer institutes usually hire 12th passed students or their own passed out students as faculty and project them as certified trainers in front of parents and children’s. Their ultimate goal is to pay less salary to their trainers and suck more money from parents and torture their children’s.

Enough of getting fooled by computer institutes in the name of 100% job assistance and useless certificates that they provide.

Take the stand and start learning things on your own. Self-learning is the best form of learning.

It’s time to make your parents aware about these traps laid out by computer institutes in India.

Request your parents to invest their hard-earned money on buying you a decent computer and a decent internet connection.

The internet is a vast ocean of knowledge and information. You should stand out from the crowd and start learning through online mediums and develop your skills.

I follow a rule when learning a particular topic in any domain i.e. (LPS) Learn, Practice and Skill.

Your ultimate goal should be to understand every concept you learn about a topic in your domain and that can be done by teaching and helping others to understand it.

Teaching = Double Revision.

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