Teleman's telecom courses are designed to be delivered in a simple step
by step method. It is the only institute to offer on-Site lab experience to help students apply their learning.
The technical knowledge of instructors, conducting telecom courses, are constantly enhanced and updated through regular training and faculty
certification programs. Instructors also undergo onsite training programs within partner organizations to enhance their understanding of concepts and application
environments. In addition, telecom courses are enhanced by visiting Faculties from various organizations.
Today India’s telephone network is the 2nd largest in the world with the potential to reach 100 crores subscribers by 2015. The growth in this technology
segment has led to the influx of Telecom Equipment Manufacturers, Network Integrators, Telecom Infrastructure companies, Telecom Service providers and more to setup
facilities in India. But, all the latest hardware and gadgets are useless without the key element, which is a steady supply of trained professionals to operate and
We estimate that 5 lakh wireless and wireline professionals are needed to fulfill the direct and indirect employment opportunities created by the industry. This
demand outstrips the current supply due to a lack of established training institutions providing quality telecom course content.
Need for Wireless Telecom Education
India is the 2nd largest producer of engineers in the world. In the year 2009, more than 4.5 lakh engineers and an equal number of Diploma Holders passed out of
various engineering colleges across India. Studies show that amongst the freshers in the technical pool, less than 25 per cent are 'employment-ready', and less than
5 percent are 'ready-to-deploy'.
Employment ready - is a term that is often used to signify that the student has basic skills in place and can be hired by the industry. The basic skills that a
technical resource should have in place are problem-solving, communication, interpersonal skills and working knowledge of the technical domain.
Ready-to-Deploy - is a term used to designate resources that can start generating revenue for the company. Most organizations spend anywhere between 3 to 4 months at
a cost of over Rs 2 lakh per employee to bring freshers to a 'ready-to-deploy' state. Needless to say, in tough times this cost hurts organizations and they actively
start looking for freshers who are 'ready-to-deploy' and not just 'employment ready'.
Teleman’s focused telecom courses aims to create ready to deploy wireless professionals. Today, Telman’s alumni work with the best Telecom companies in
India and its telecom courses are well recognized by the industry.
As competition increases it is expected that core businesses will be outsourced, potential employers will emerge from telecom operators, vendors, manufacturers and
also from associated industries including equipment suppliers, distributors, franchises and other consultancy firms. Some of the areas where one can get placed,
after completing a telecom course are: