Mar 06


Good music and some prayer.

A conversation about IT Training

My name is Rameshwar Saran, and I’m the Founder and CEO of eSwarnim Knowledge Solutions and Information Systems Private Limited.Over the past thirty-eight years I’ve delivered to the Electronic and Software Industry. I have worked as Software Architect for some of the best software development companies such as Phoenix Technologies, Guardian Edge - Symantec, Tricipher - VMWare, etc. and created products now released by companies such as Lenovo and Samsung etc. I am currently also consulting a national Certificate Authority of Bangladesh to set up Public Key Infrastructure for Digital Signatures. Last several years I have guided hundreds of corporate professionals to produce world class software products in highly complex technical topics. I have had opportunities to live and work in several countries including India, USA, UK, Bulgaria, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Nigeria, Kenya, and Bangladesh.

During this time I’ve heard from countless students who met me to fix their problems that the problems were largely due to inadequate training. The trainers who do not have extensive Industry expreriece fail to take even the simplest steps to assure that their training was real and current.

I have passion for teaching and for this I have created a team. As a team we’ve developed powerful strategies for development and delivery of training that allow us to guarantee excellent value and quality - every time.

So, why am I telling you all this? You need to make absolutely sure that the person you take your advice from regarding software skills training really knows what he is talking about. And given the fact that you’re going to spend tens of thousands, or hundreds of thousands of rupees on IT training, I want you to feel confident that the information that you’re about to receive is credible, is accurate, and most importantly, will save you money and headaches. And let me clarify something. I’m not here to discourage you from looking at alternate training providers. There are lots of good providers out there. But there’s a lot of really bad training going on too. There are too many unethical providers who will over-promise, under-deliver, hope for the best, and simply walk away from a training disaster. We want you to avoid that.

As a software professional I have had experience writing software in over twenty programming languages. When I graduated, C programming language was still not born. To-day I can write good software with equal competence in Java, C, C++, C#, RealBasic, BASIC, DOS Basic, Visual Basic, System Programming with DDK, Bash, Objective-C, SQL, T-SQL, PL/SQL, PHP, Pearl, Python, HTML, Javascript, VB Script, CGI etc. Learning a language is only part of the story. You should be able to program in that language. And you can learn this only from the person who has done it, and done it well.

We are here to help you achieve better results through your IT training so you can keep your software skills up to date and razor sharp.