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SCWCD 1.5 Voucher Costs In Pune, India

 
Rafi Fareen
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Hi guys,

I'm preparing for SCWCD 1.5 exams.
Have been trying to call NIIT prometric center, but no one responds.

How much is the costs for SCWCD 1.5 in Pune, India.

Any news when SCWCD 1.6 will be launched?

regards,

Rafi
 
Ankit Garg
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You don't need to buy any voucher to give SCWCD now. You can pay your prometric center directly. The cost in India is 125 US Dollars (Ref) which is less than Rs 6000...
 
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hey buddy
oracle website is displaying scwcd price to be 125$ ,but when it comes to paying through credit card through prometric website ,price is shown to be 150$
i am getting scwcd voucher from

RPS Consulting Pvt Ltd
Phone:41494900Ext 4904
Direct: +91 80 4149 4904 Mob no:9901975716
Mail to: bonita@rpssoft.com
URL: www.rpssoft.com

in rs 5800 . but i am not sure with authenticity .can anyone check its authenticity??? they have given these bank details
ICICI Bank

[Ankit: Removed Bank Account Details]

they are saying that they are official sun partners.i even talked to them and enquired a lot but didn't find any loophole.
anyone with a good opinion what should i do ???

kind regards
nitin garg
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Ankit Garg
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Nitin I've removed the bank account details that you posted. Did you ask for their permission before doing that?? Also apart from trying on the prometric website, did you try contacting any nearby prometric centers to see how much is the cost of SCWCD??
 
Suraj Jadhav
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Rafi, I have a contact number of NIIT Arora Tower Branch (Camp).

Contact Person: Sonali/Vineeta
020-30567017/19 or 020-30582439

May be this will help.
 
Rafi Fareen
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Suraj Jadhav wrote:Rafi, I have a contact number of NIIT Arora Tower Branch (Camp).

Contact Person: Sonali/Vineeta
020-30567017/19 or 020-30582439

May be this will help.


thanks yaar, i had to drop by and pay them there only.
i have paid 6,000 Rupees for SCWCD 1.5 .... the problem is that the day you go for exam, it can happen that the server is down or in the middle of the exam the system can hang ... than god bless you giving the exam all over again.

regards,
 
Ankit Garg
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Rafi Fareen wrote:thanks yaar,

Javaranch is a site visited by people all over the world. So please refrain yourself from using Hindi words and stick with English...
 
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Ankit Garg wrote:
Rafi Fareen wrote:thanks yaar,

Javaranch is a site visited by people all over the world. So please refrain yourself from using Hindi words and stick with English...


Javaranch is a site visited by people that we assume can read/write only english. So please refrain yourself from using anything other than english.

your logic was flawed, how can you write "visited by people all over the world" and ask the guy to stick to english?

 
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Rohan kanade wrote:your logic was flawed, how can you write "visited by people all over the world" and ask the guy to stick to english?

What you said was in English but hard to interpret for me. When I said refrain from using Hindi, it means people all around the world don't understand Hindi. Then I said stick to English, this implicitly means people all around the world have a better chance of understanding English than Hindi...
 
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