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Preparation Classes - Do they worth the money?

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The market is growing more competitive; job vacancies are greatly reduced due to this political instability and unbearable loadshedding. The number of institutes and exam preparation classes are blooming. And we do not see any other alternatives too!

Talking about comptuer operator exams, it was not that competitive just a couple of years ago. Anybody who can comfortably operate Windows and Office Applications could easily get through the  exams and be a civil servant! Why the exams are becoming more and more competitive? Are these preparation classes adding up in the competition?

Probably, more skilled manpower are supplied in the market. Every higher secondary schools offered Comptuer Science as major. Reputed institutes are producing middle level skilled manpower. These are good for the nation and the organizations.

Why Exam Preparation Classes?

Exam Preparation Classes on Training institutes are focused maximum on exam patterns and  the type of questions being asked in previous exams. These classes help any candidate to sharpen and better prepared for the competition.

When you visit your competitors every day, though only for one or two hours, you are always in alert state of mind. They are your friends whom you must defeat. Ironical relatioship. You will help them so that you can be better than all of them.

A group of people who gather and talk about the topics everyday are certainly more updated than the one who is preparing by himself inside his closed room.

Compare, verify, prepare, test and compare again, verify - this is only possible in preparation classes. The frequent tests and analysis of those tests will help you clear the doubts and confusions - gradually polish you and make more competitent.

Whatever materials and subject of discussion collected by a group of people is always far more and better than one man's effort. You will never learn from the weakness of others until you can connected with other candidates. Preparation classes serve best for this reason.

Books are not everything to prepare competitive exams. Books were prepared one or two years earlier even if they are published recently. You can never get as much updated information from books as you can get from preparation classes. Moreover, there is no way to clear your doubts if you did not understand anything written on the book! 

Competitive exams heavily depend upon the competition. It is not that you did not study as much as require but it is that you did not study more than your competitors. So, preparation classes will help you realize the competition and the depth of knowledge on subject matter required.

The Last Minute Rush

A candidate from Bhaktapur College joined the preparation class just a month earlier to the exam date and then left after three days. She found the classes ineffective than she could do herself with books.

A friend from Parvat came to Kathmandu to attend the preparation classes. He made a call to me and asked for my suggestion where he go for the preparation classes. I know very little about MS Access and HTML and little bit PowerPoint, but other's I can manage, he revealed his status. Oh! What institute or book could I recommend for a friend who still needs to start two topics and drill other four topics. If it were a few months earlier, there were basket full of materials available to develop the skill.

People attend the year round training sessions and one or two month's preparation classes. The last two or three months for everything is never sufficient for the exams like Public Service Commission.

Preparation classes are not training classes. The distinction must be clearly understood. In preparation class do not expect that you will be told everything to learn. It must be only to test and drill you to make sharper. Join the preparation classes only after you completed learning all the topics and Applications prescribed. That way you can better interract in the class and reap the maximum benefit out of your money paid.

The last minute rush gives you hardly anything except lot of pressure and tension.

Chhatra Bhattarai and IT Park

Chhatra BhattaraiThere might be some other as well, but I don't know much about them. I did not made any research and could not compare with others. Sorry for that, but I will always welcome you to share your experiences with other institutes and teachers. I come to know Er. Chatra Bhattarai for the last one or two years. I know the man is deadly diligent. He's been teaching and guiding the candidates for more than five years.

What I liked about his teaching is he cares each student personally. In spite of more than 100 students currently enrolled for his class, they find him effective. He teaches year round and terminates the session with one or two month preparation sessions. I've closely seen some students who started completely from ZERO level and now improved up much higher.  

I wonder how he manages everything to do alone? I wish he had some helping hands to manage the institute and to assist him in preparing the materials. What I did not like about his teaching is that he does not provide the question papers that were used in tests. You can't remember all those 50 questions and you can never revise on what you made mistake.

Bhattarai published two books Computer Encyclopedia (the older one) and Computer Guru (the latest one) for Computer Operator Examination. I guess this is the most used book among candidates of Comptuer Operators. Though there are some errors in book, this is the better one I can recommend. How could you allow such silly mistakes? He smiles - typing errors Very Happy

If you wish to visit him or his institute, head towards the Bagbazar, its near to that Shrestha Tailoring.




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