The Institute of Hardware Technology (IHT) is firmly set for another giant leap in the non-formal education sector.
A prominent player in imparting training in Computer Hardware, Networking and Telecom courses, primarily, at the Chip and component Level, the Institute is set to extend its operations in South India seeking its presence to be felt through 50+ franchisee Centres across the southern states of the country by the end of 2008. To initiate this process 3 IHT Centres are coming up next month in Chennai itself followed by one each at Bangalore and Hyderabad. To begin with IHT Centres would cover the states of Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, TamilNadu and the Union Territory of Pondicherry besides strengthening its already gargantuan presence in North India. At the recently concluded 2nd All India Centre Directors Meet in conjunction with the Annual Awards presentation ceremony in Delhi, the Managing Director, IHT Network Limited, Mr.Umesh Chaudhary also announced the arrival of DSEL (Digital Spoken English Laboratory) and also of IHT venturing into the field of 3D Animation- imparting training through its Animation Academy named `SKILLMAQ` sometime in June`08. DSEL shall employ a unique system of teaching methodology in sharp contrast with the conventional way of imparting training. IHT has been in the forefront trying to bring order in the highly disorganized sector of computer Hardware Technology. The Institute has been successful in its endeavor and has placed thousands of its students across the Industry. There is a rising scope in the Hardware sector and IHT claims that it shall leave no stone unturned to reach the benefits of this tremendous scope to its students.