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5 Best Part-Time Technical Courses in Mumbai

part-time technical courses in mumbai

As a student, it always pays off to know more technical skills than others. You can use these skills to pave a path for your future careers or you can also choose to make some money while you’re in college to pay for extra expenses. Of course, as a student, you can’t get too much free time. That is why part time technical courses are the best options.

 

You can also make a career in the respective field after completing the training. These courses can also further your knowledge if you are in a related field. Continue reading

Mobile Repairing Technician Job Vacancy In Mumbai

mobile repairing technician job in Mumbai

Prizm Institute is looking for sincere and hardworking mobile repairing technicians to work as a trainer for mobile repairing course conducted at its center in Mumbai. The ideal candidate should be enthusiastic and passionate with excellent knowledge in both hardware and software modules of mobile phone repair.

 

Prizm Institute being considered the best institute for mobile repairing course in Mumbai – it needs a technician who has the ability to conduct the training with highest standards.  The trainer should be able to teach mobile phone repair from basics to advanced and make them successful technicians. Both freshers and experienced technicians can apply for the jobs.

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Feedback of Mobile Phone Repair Training Conducted For BMC School Students

mobile repair training feedback

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