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Technopoint – Review – Technical Writing Institute – Bangalore

Technopoint India offers technical writing training, technical documentation and instructional design services in Bangalore, India.

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Course Cost: Rs-30,000.
Duration: 2 Months
Location: TechnoPoint
#1657,10th Main, Jeevan Bhima Nagar Main Road, HAL III Stage,
Bangalore – 560 075,
Karnataka, India

The course is split into Five modules:
Module 1: Fundamentals of Technical Writing and Grammar (60 hours)
Module 2: XML and FrameMaker (30 hours)
Module 3: HTML and RoboHELP (30 hours)
Module 4: Advanced MS Word (15 hours)
Module 5: MS Visio (15 hours)

The course is basically designed for the following:
• Build & leverage professional reputation
• Get results working with various personalities
• Maintain focus in stress situations
• Achieve maximum productivity and effectiveness in your organization
• Achieve results in communication, be it internal or external customers
• Work productively within the political environment of your organization
• Build & present persuasive proposals
• Communicate effectively using simple, concise language
• Eliminate the roadblocks that undermine your ability to communicate effectively

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10 Responses to Technopoint – Review – Technical Writing Institute – Bangalore

  1. Site Admin December 20, 2010 at 12:23 pm #


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  2. Jaffer October 18, 2009 at 1:35 am #

    What you say is right here Kamakshi. but I guess the argument here is that they got students just because they claimed 100% placement. Many institutes to get students do this and then once the students pay the full amount they care a s*#t! thats what is happening here i guess. and reading through the entire comments I feel even best students were not given the certificate nor did they refer them to a single interview

    If Anitha (guess shes the owner) speaks so much, why dont she keep a prelim test to filter out students whom she feels NOT FIT and train the rest? That time shes all the more interested in making more money from whichever bakra she gets than getting the right student..Right? what do you have to say for this?

    who should introspect themself? A poor student who is desperate to do some course and get a job somehow or the person who wants to make some more bucks with these students?

  3. Kamakshi October 13, 2009 at 11:09 pm #

    It looks absurd to see that people look out for magic to happen – “when paid the money, they should be placed in a job”. Unless they are deemed fit through their own performance satiating the expectations of the company, how on Earth can a training institute shoulder the responsbility even if the candidate has glaring flaws?!!It will be appreciative if people are practical in their approach and look at the world with a larger perspective. Can they quote any institute that gives or has given 100% placement to all its students!!!!!!!!!!!-then everyone will be joining that.
    My experience has been different even though I have been a student at Technopoint. None of the marketing tools had given a promise that there will be 100% placement and neither did Anitha commit anything like that. She was very clear in her words when she told that you will be referred for interviews and from their it is your performance that will lead you to the result.
    Better introspect on oneself before trying to push the blame on others.

  4. Preeti September 4, 2009 at 2:44 am #

    I am a student of TechnoPoint. Though I am an arts graduate, who then had no knowledge about Technical Writing, got to know about TechnoPoint. I took up the course and completed it successfully with an A grade. Now I am working for a premier company. The knowledge and exposure I got from TechnoPoint helped me get this big break in my career.

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  5. Smita September 3, 2009 at 11:49 pm #


    I have done a course at TechnoPoint, but unlike the others who have given their views, I had a great learning experience, the patience and support rendered is commendable. It is two years since I completed the course and doing extremely well. I have no regrets parting with the course fee as I was able to make a career and settle down.

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  6. Young generation April 28, 2009 at 11:23 pm #

    Hi Anitha, I do not find your justification satisfactory. If getting a job depends on how they perform in their interview only, then why do you claim 100% job placement? I agree with you that there are some standards one has to accomplish to be certified, but do you have any standards to check their functional abilities and proper counseling before they take up the course? You need to understand several challenges faced by a fresher applying for the post of technical writer during this recession, as the companies are dictating new terms, especially for a fresher. Just see from the point of view from a job seeker who is not only spending money, but also time and energy with patience. You claim to have had 8 years of experience and you are a better person to educate the candidates how to handle interviews in this recession rather than just teaching about tools. Also, a best performer in the class gets a “Participation Certificate” instead of a course completion one!!! Whatever may be the reason. When you boast yourself of having 8 years experience and having conducted corporate training companies like Wipro, TCS and many others, why can’t you train your candidates completely and give them a course completion certificate. It might be that you are only interested in taking money from the candidates like many other institutes in Bangalore OR you are least bothered about the young generation/future Bangaloreans.

  7. Anita Sadashiv March 25, 2009 at 2:54 am #


    I would really appreciate if Ravi, Priya and Ramesh could approach me to clarify the allegations they have made, we have maintained all the answer scripts of the students for any clarifications. If you have secured 65% in your final qualifying test and if you have submitted the project I shall give you the certificate the very same day you approach me.
    If the students fail to get the qualifying scores they are entitled to do a retest. There are some standards one has to accomplish to be certified.

    About the trainers, once again I would like to keep you posted that I personally have Eight years of experience and the other trainers are well experienced and excelled in the tools. We have conducted corporate training for premier companies like Wipro, TCS, Mysis and many others.

    Placement is definitely taken care and we have maintained that till date, yes there is a concern here, we can take you till the interview level, from thereon it depends on how you perform during the interview.

    Anita Sadashiv

  8. Ramesh October 26, 2008 at 11:00 am #

    Anitha assured all our batch mates 100% job placement at the time of joining and later said that none of us are qualified and unfit to get a job in this field after we made the full payment. What is 100% placement according to them? Please dont join listening to her sweet words

  9. Priya October 21, 2008 at 8:59 pm #

    I paid 30,000 for the course and they were not willing to give me course completion certificate. They gave me something called “Participation Certificate” which was shocking. I was the best performer in class too. Its a waste of money and time

  10. Ravi October 19, 2008 at 11:32 am #

    They claim that they have skilled trainers in their institute, who follow the structured modules, which is not true in reality. They provide poor quality of training over there

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