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How will this course help me get job?
Studies conducted by Gartner, International Data Corporation, McKinsey, NASSCOM, Price-Waterhouse-Coopers, Stevens International Consulting and others forecast a remarkable growth in India's IT businesses and increasing job opportunities for IT professionals in this sector. McKinsey alone projects India's 2008 IT industry revenues at US $ 80 billion [Rs. 4,00,000 crores] and job potential at 2,200,000. Emerging markets have been identified as falling under 4 broad sectors - IT Services, Software Products, IT Enabled Services, and e-Businesses*

Reportedly, on an average, for every direct job in the IT industry, at least 5 additional IT-related jobs are created in businesses that use IT hardware and software. Also, if employment opportunities for Indian IT professionals through friendly immigration policies in USA, EC, Australia, Japan etc are taken into account the total demand for IT and IT related professionals may turn out to be nearer to NASSCOM's figure of 3,000,000. Most in demand worldwide will be versatile IT professionals - professionals who have integrated mastery of fundamentals with across-domain IT competencies, professionals who deliver performance under pressure any where in the world.

Given the above positive scenario, the course will get you Job ready.

Why should I do the course through Nurture? How is it different from other institutes?

Nurture is the pioneer in I.T education. With almost 3 years of experience in IT Training, Nurture has been in the forefront of IT Training. The biggest strength of Nurture is its flexibility in adapting to the changing requirements in the industry. Nurture has always endeavored to provide quality education through industry interface. The courses delivered at Nurture are current and industry relevant. Nurture also has a robust placement cell that provides placement assistance to career enrollment students. It has alliance with some of the leading technology partners, which help to fortify the course offering.

We provide quality classroom instruction, delivered by only Certified and Industry experienced instructors. You will find more hands-on lab time and more dedicated equipment per student at our centers to give you real world experiences. No doubt our students get placed at the most reputed Corporate firms and MNC’s.

Is the course content fixed or flexible?
At Nurture we believe in serving customers by fulfilling their specific needs and hence we have well defined courses that suit the requirements of various individuals. We have courses ranging from computer basics to Career Programs to Short terms courses. Depending on the profile and the learning objective our counselor will give suitable recommendations.

What is the lab facility we get here?
Our center is well-equipped to handle the courses.

Can you describe the Infrastructure in the training classrooms ?
· The training classrooms are all equipped with Pentium IV or higher workstations
· We use only vendor authorized operating system/software
· 24/7 Internet connection
· A well-equipped library to compliment your training needs

Do you have good faculty?
At Nurture, quality delivery is our mantra and hence all faculties at the center are certified and the best in the industry. The faculty recruitment norms are very stringent. Once recruited they undergo a training program that will enable them to deliver the course successfully.

Do we get to do a project?
Learning through projects is a way of life at Nurture. Our career program is embedded with projects at regular intervals that allow you to implement what you have learnt in the classroom and lab sessions. Projects also hold weightages in the evaluation system.
Nurture has got an active placement cell and we give you 100% job assistance.

What type of companies your students are placed in?
The placements are based on the courses undertaken and prior qualifications; some of the companies that have accepted Nurture’s students are _________________________

Do you get experience in industry while doing the courses at Nurture?
Our students while doing the course create applications, which is considered equivalent to job experience and valued by the industry. We are also associated with leading software development organization who recruit candidates from who have completed their training from our institution.

Are there any non-technical inputs during the course as a support for the placements?
Yes, we do have soft skills classes aimed at supporting our students with the preparations for placements.

Is there any demand abroad for Indian IT professionals anymore?
Skilled IT professionals are definitely required for the US and other countries even today. The skills in demand are networking, enterprise wide computing, multimedia and Animation and specific technologies like J2EE, .NET, EAI etc. At least two thirds of all IT professionals entering Britain now are from India. In year 2000, Government figures show that 18,257 foreign professionals came to Britain out of these 11,474 were from India, three times the number in 1999.

What do you think has been the impact of US slowdown on Indian IT?
The Indian IT industry is expected to grow at over 30% this year. There is no other industry in India, which is growing at such a high rate. There is a shortage of trained manpower in the IT industry today. "India's global competitive edge of high quality software and competitive rates should in fact see us win contracts when the market is tight. Given that India's combined market share of overseas software work to be a miniscule one percent the slowdown of business in the US is not likely to dramatically affect Indian software development firms".---Quote from Vivek Paul, President Wipro Technologies.

In the light of general economic gloom in US market, has enthusiasm level in students fallen? What is the trend?
In most of the IT related areas there are lucrative jobs still available for students who have the required skills. The unusual hype in the media regarding the US slow-down is raising some questions in students' mind.

Students are now much more selective in which course and institute that they are joining. Institutes that have a reputation of good quality content, infrastructure and faculty are the ones that students should select.

At Nurture we are constantly monitoring the technical environment and designing courses on the latest technologies. This ensures that the students get trained on world-class technologies.

Also organizations that are able to provide placements for students should be selected by them for taking up courses. Nurture has a team of placement executives who regularly source openings, prepare students for jobs and help them acquire jobs in the blue chip organizations.

In view of so many lay-offs in the IT industry what's going to happen to Indian IT professional?
The lay-offs in the IT industry are happening in the areas of Internet and communication. This is primarily because of the dot com crash. At the same time there is a lot of recruitment that is happening in areas like networking, enterprise computing and multimedia. India's value proposition of excellent quality at competitive price is even more relevant now for the corporates of the US, Europe or Japan. According to IDC , the US based IT analyst the shortage of IT people in Europe alone stands at one million rising to 1.7 million in 2003 so the myth that the demand for IT professionals has disappeared is unfounded.

Are students retraining themselves in any particular area? Give specific trends like -- move from C++ to Java or wireless etc.?
Students who did short courses in Internet related technologies like html and java without the underpinnings of fundamentals of programming and system design, are finding that these skills are no longer in demand. This is primarily because of the dot com crash. Such students are finding the need to re-train themselves.

Are post-courses jobs easy to come by? How is the situation different this year from the position last year?
We have been successful in placing more than XX% of the eligible students last year. This year too, we have been able maintain that trend. We have been placing over XX students every day through our placement network. Students are getting jobs in the IT industry as well as user industries. Newer openings are available in the areas of IT enabled services, animation and enterprise computing.

What are the advantages of JAVA over VB.Net?
It is too early for a mature language like Java to be compared with an infant like Visual basic .net. As you might be knowing that VB.net is just a language independent programming environment while Java is a platform independent programming language which makes it better than VB.net........Another advantage that Java has over VB.net is the range of components that Java offers are much more powerful than what VB.net offers. Java offers Servlets, Beans, CORBA and components that can be used independently. Using VB.net you can just create some class libraries, Dynamic Link Libraries and small desktop applications and web applications that are restricted to a particular platform.

Is .Net an operating system as it provides environment for applications to work?
.Net is not an operating system.....it is an operating cum development environment. It not only provides an environment for an application to develop but also to execute. Using a Visual Studio.net IDE you can even surf the net. There is an operating system that Microsoft Corporation is currently working on called Windows.net which will act as a platform for .net applications.

What are the key point of VB.Net?
The key point and the only key point that makes VB.net what it is today is its Full Object oriented support. VB.net is an object oriented language which means that it supports classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism. Guess what......u can even write a VB.net code using a simple editor like Notepad and compile it with the Visual Basic Compiler (vbc.exe).

Is it compulsory that people who knows VB has to go for VB.Net?

Migrating from VB 6.0 to VB.net is not too easy as some of the features are completely new. But Microsoft Corporation have taken care of this problem as they have introduced a wizard in VB.net that will convert your existing VB 6 code to a brand new VB.net code. It is not compulsory but recommended that a VB 6.0 programmer upgrades himself or herself to VB.net because anything launched next by Microsoft is going to be on terms of the .net framework. Unfortunately VB 6.0 does not come under the .net framework.

What are the actual implementation area of VB.Net? Is it for creating win forms or for creating web forms?
WinForms and WebForms are a part of the Visual Studio.net IDE. These tools are used to create attractive forms & reports. The role of Visual Basic.net is to provide functionality to the controls that are available in WinForms and WebForms. Using WinForms without C# or VB.net is like having a car without engine.


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