[AI] Excellent job oriented training
balondhe at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 09:04:06 EST 2008
Hello Dipen Sir,
I am a total blind student working as a PGT English in Kendriya Vidyalaya. I
should be incharge of Computer department in future. I also have deep
interest to get offical training in software, hardware and networking which
is required in KVS schools. Can I get such training during vacations? If so,
please give detail. I have done 6 months Computer certificate course MSCIT
with sighted students. I have laptop, BSNL GPRS mobile internet connection.
Kendriya Vidyalaya Amla,
Air Force Station,
Dist. Betul [M. P.] 460553
E-mail balondhe at gmail.com
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From: "Dipendra manocha" <dipendra.lists at gmail.com>
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Sent: Monday, January 28, 2008 1:27 PM
Subject: [AI] Excellent job oriented training
> Cisco Certification for Network Administration now opens up for Persons
> 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
> 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
> Curtin University, Australia, Cisco India and Saksham Trust.
> WHO CAN JOIN
> Any person with blindness and low vision who has passed class 10th
> examination can join this course. It is essential that the student should
> efficient in operating the PC with the help of Screen Reading Software.
> students will the required to work on the word processing software and the
> web browser (Internet Explorer) right from the beginning of the course.
> WHO SHOULD JOIN 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
> better job opportunities or promotions.
> . Persons with blindness or low vision who wish to work in any IT
> enabled service.
> TEACHING METHODOLOGY
> 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
> 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.
> HOW TO JOIN
> 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
> COURSE FEE
> 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
> 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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