India is increasingly growing as an ever evolving population when compared to other nations. The yearly demographic revelation indicates the possibility of a large and growing labour force, which is expected to deliver productive spin-offs in terms of growth and prosperity through various economic fields.
People of the younger age group are considered to be the most productive class of human resources. Therefore, sustainability of economic development within the country will depend on how the millennials of today are trained and utilized. Continue reading
Education is an important aspect of our lives. Not only do we end up spending time and money on it, but it also paves the way for our future career as well. That is why it is extremely important to choose the correct educational institution, no matter what you or your kid wants to learn.
Prizm Institute also known as Prizm Mobile Institute is among the best options for students opting for mobile repairing course in Mumbai. It conducts the entire course in a very systematic way covering both hardware and software aspects of mobile phone repair. Continue reading
With the increasing number of smartphones, the industry of cell phone repair shows a lot of promise. Obviously, as a businessman in this field, you stand to gain more than a mobile phone repair technician would. But, it isn’t easy to start your own mobile phone repair center from scratch. The easiest way out is to start small, right in your house. In this post, we will tell you how to start a cell phone repair business from your home. Continue reading
Businesses and industries around the world are beginning to value skills over education. People have started realizing that degrees may not be as good a measure of a person’s skill and knowledge. This is why more and more people are choosing programs which help them build a career or start a profession by honing their skills in a certain field.
The unprecedented growth of the mobile phone industry is hardly a secret. And this has given rise to many related careers which are dependent on this industry. The career of mobile phone repairing is one such that is becoming a popular one, and many people have been able to establish a profitable business by starting early in this career. Continue reading
Malcolm X once said, “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” However, staggering school and college dropout rates indicate a divergent mindset – one that does not believe that secondary and higher education are the only criteria for achieving success in life.
Many students do not want to study further and opt for a technical or vocational career after completing 10th or 12th std. They look out for the best career oriented certificate courses to make up their career. Continue reading
While conventional societal norm dictates that students should complete their education before embarking on their professional journeys, yet there are quite a few who choose to defy this age-old practice and look out for a job instead, either due to their unmistakable passion for sports, adventure or other extracurricular activities which far surpasses their interest in studies or because they are unable to pursue their education further due to financial difficulties. This, in no way, implies that their future is doomed forever. Gone are the days when lack of higher education was equivalent to settling for jobs that did nothing for one’s personal satisfaction, skill or remuneration. Continue reading
Most students waste their precious vacations in playing games like cricket, watching movies or by roaming around with friends. Playing for a few hours a day is okay but to waste an entire vacation without learning a skill or 2 is something which they will surely repent later. Students should therefore join some classes and learn skills which can be useful in their future lives. Continue reading
Prizm Institute had recently conducted mobile phone repair training in Mumbai for students of a BMC run Government aided school in association with a reputed NGO based in Mumbai, India. It was a pleasure for us to train the young school students. Most of the students were of class Ninth, while some were from 7th std.
The first day when we started the training, one of the teachers of the BMC School told me, “Padh likh kar koi fayda nahi!” which means Education is useless! Further he said that this is the type of training which will be more beneficial to students. Although I do not fully agree with him on this statement, he meant to say that education should lead to employment. That is obviously important! Continue reading