Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Jetking to open 20 new franchises across India

New Delhi, Apr 25 (UNI) Aiming to bring education to every door step, Jetking Infotrain Ltd is all set to open 20 new franchises in the country this year.

The institute, that trains youth in computer hardware and networking, has over 135 training centers at present and claims to have placed about four lakh technical and non-technical students in various companies.

''The new centres will be primarily focused in eastern and southern part of the country. The locations will include Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Andhra Pradesh in south, along with the north-eastern states,'' Urvashi Bharwani, Vice-president, Sales and
Marketing, Jetking Infotrain Ltd, told UNI today.

The present centres include more than 10 in Delhi and NCR wherein students from all over the country such as Rewari, Sri Ganganagar, Bijnor, Gorakhpur, Allahabad, Haldwani and Delhi and NCR study.

Talking about the teaching methodology used at the centres, Ms Bharwani stated that building confidence along with providing right skills to the students remained their priority.

''The students are trained by certified trainers who have already been trained by our technical team. Efforts remain constant to upgrade their knowledge according to the industry needs so as to motivate them in performing well,'' she said.

The institute uses its unique Smartlab Plus teaching methodology that focuses on personality development, English-speaking, Yoga, sixty per cent practical, CBT, field visits and quizzes.

''Through this methodology, we break the journey of the student into small interesting steps maintaining his or her interest,'' Ms Bharwani said.

The institute has launched a new course this year named Jetking Certified Hardware and Networking Engineer (JCHNE). It is a year long course wherein the classes are held for two hours daily.

The institute also organises placement weeks in every city annually. The last one was held on April 6 wherein more than 35 students got on the spot job offers and around 260 students were short-listed at the fair, Ms Bharwani claimed.

She added that 950 students (under-graduates and graduates) from 19 different centers and representatives of 13 IT companies had participated in the event.


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