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Need Info regarding training institutes in bangalore(URGENT)

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please let me know the institutes in bangalore where i can join to get a complete training in JAVA and advanced JAVA along with J2EE.......i would like to join the institutes who are giving training and are dedicated to train in java only...........please let me know as fast as possible....

and also which are the institutes offering job assistance after the completion of the course.
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Please refrain from using the word "Urgent" in your subject, as explained here. We have lots of other useful tips for asking questions on JavaRanch as well.

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Probably I am not providing an answer to your question but just a few related points

If you are looking for training in Java J2EE,I assume you would then look for a Java job
It probably also implies you do not hava Java experience

This could pose a few challenges for you to get a Java job based on just knowledge from the training institutes

I am not trying to discourage you from taking the Java course but my point is as follows

There are too many Java programmers with experience in market even though the job market is good

In summary,if at all you are taking training, try to learn some niche skill which is based on Java...something like Content Management Systems ..etc

Or may be Intervowen, even weblogic for that matter

Of late I also see a trend of companies trying to make a shift to Share Point

Hope that helps
[ September 20, 2007: Message edited by: Ketan Joshi ]
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yes, i know one person in bangalore who is good at providing training in java and j2ee.His reputation is also good.But he is in Matthikare.If you are ready to join at matthikare,please contact me at 9886862843.I will tell you what to do next.
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