When mobile phones first entered the market, people replaced them with a new one as soon as a problem arose in them. Nowadays, however, people believe in getting their smartphones repaired instead of replacing them. Whether this is out of a feeling of responsibility or because the price of smartphones is comparatively higher now, we may never know.
On the plus side, this proves profitable to the cell phone repair industry. You could choose to be a mobile phone repair technician and decide to earn more profits by becoming a businessman. This post will teach you how to start your own mobile phone repairing business in India. Continue reading
Every mobile shop owner and technician living in Mumbai and other places of Maharashtra should know the wholesale markets in Mumbai where they can buy all the accessories, spare parts and other mobile phone related items and goods at wholesale prices. 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 class 10 or 12. They look out for the best career oriented certificate courses to make up their career. 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