[AI] Excellent job oriented training

Ramit Luthra ramitluthra at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 11:09:25 EST 2008

Hello Mr. Dipendra,

I have gone through the website, the course catalog demo has been
provided in video format (if I landed right), however I've got the
enough overview of the course, but few questions have blown up in my
mind, about the online classes, if they be held in video format, would
they be comfortable for a VC person to comprehend each and everything?
Especially those, that are related to hardware assembling/plugging.

Secondly, (I personally don't think so,) but still, just to clarify
whether there are any special online classes for VCs being organized?
(Referring  to the "first batch", as you have stated).

I assume these and other things must have already been sorted out. If
Yes, then the course could prove to be a great help in widening career
opportunities for VCs.


On 1/27/08, Dipendra manocha <dipendra.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> Cisco Certification for Network Administration now opens up for Persons with
> Blindness or Low vision in India
> Every small and large office depends heavily on computer networks. Network
> administration is one the major employment stream in the IT industry.
> Network administration an area where persons with blindness or low vision
> can perform as good as persons with normal vision.
> Cisco Certification in Network Administration (CCNA) is a well recognize
> degree in the area of Network Administration. The CCNA Certification can
> make a person employable in private and public sector offices as Network
> administrators.
> National Association for the Blind, Delhi State Branch and Enable India
> Trust, Bangalore, are the premier IT Training Institutes for persons with
> blindness in India. Both these organizations bring the CCNA Certification
> Training Programme in India for persons with blindness in Collaboration with
> Curtin University, Australia, Cisco India and Saksham Trust.
> Any person with blindness and low vision who has passed class 10th
> examination can join this course. It is essential that the student should be
> efficient in operating the PC with the help of Screen Reading Software. The
> students will the required to work on the word processing software and the
> web browser (Internet Explorer) right from the beginning of the course.
> .	Graduate or undergraduate students looking out for excellent job
> opportunities in private or public sector organization.
> .	Persons with blindness or low vision already employed as
> stenographers, telephone operators or office assistants who are looking for
> better job opportunities or promotions.
> .	Persons with blindness or low vision who wish to work in any IT
> enabled service.
> The classes and the lab sessions will be held online students could join
> these form the CCNA training labs at NAB Delhi or Enable India Trust
> Bangalore else they could join  the classes from their own computer if they
> have reliable Internet connection.
> The complete course is divided into four parts. Details of each module,
> course contents and schedule can be seen at http://cisco.netacad.net
> Complete course can be completed with in one year.
> Interested students are required to fill in the registration form and send
> it by email to either NAB Delhi or Enable India Trust Bangalore. The email
> addresses to sending the registration forms are as follows:
> NAB Delhi: nab at vsnl.com
> Enable India Trust Bangalore: enableindia at yahoo.co.in
> For the first batch the students can join the course by paying one time
> registration fee of Rs. 500/- for the entire programme.
> In addition to the registration fee students will be able to get the CCNA
> certification by taking the online examination. The examination fee for this
> is US $ 110 onwards. However all those students who complete the course
> through the NAB or Enable India Trust Bangalore successfully will get 65%
> fee concession on the examination fee. For further details please contact
> NAB helpline at 011-64556968 or Enable India Trust at ---
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