Launch Pad : Ameerpet

Well if Hyderabad is most happening city, and made some interesting headlines about its being choosen by Infosys to build a world-class techpark of its own, Fabcity and some IT/Software/Hardware parks, they name them so, Ameerpet is the most happening part of the city, and if you go into more details, the lane between Maithrivanam and Adithya Enclave is the most happening and interesting place. Particularly to those who want to learn any or new software technologies. That lane and around are hundreds of software training institutions. You will always find students and even employees taking new courses through out the day. And the way those institutions advertise seems very funny though. They dont care to print thousands of pamplets, and distribute them everyday to everybody that passes through that lane. Both the sides of the road are filled with pamplets. And on all the buildings around, you will see most of the part, only banners filled with names like Java/J2ee/.net/SAP etc etc. This is an interesting place to learn, and solve some of your problems, like, you know some technology, but you dont have a certificate, or you have an opportunity to work abroad but have less knowledge and less time, you can solve it here :), you remained fresher for two years and want to be experienced :), you will be, and so so… you invent a problem, you will find a solution invented in parallel :P. Lets not blame anything for gods sake guys. As we know if we start blaming, we all should turn and blame entire world for some or the other reason of its own nature with respect to us. But we keep getting along is because the evil part of it is very less. Well if you say about this place, its really interesting. You would want to see it once. And go to instituions and talk to them, how you get lured into is not in your hands, if you are looking to learn something ( software courses ). Many people, who want to work in good companies in hyderabad, or working currently, they get to this place either to learn or get brushed up fast. I even know people, who come from abroad for few months or so, they get a real cheap courses and will be more useful for them. A two months course in J2EE technologies for 3000/- is not really a bad.

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