Telerama introduces e-classroom

Their joy knew no bounds! The students of Telerama Technical Institute at Putli Bowli will not have to make that extra effort to figure out those complex circuit drawings anymore thanks to their new ‘E’ classroom.

Jotting down complex circuit diagrams from the board can be quiet tedious. With newly installed computers and scanners, learning about complex electronic circuits will be easier in their new classroom and a Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) lab. “It is very difficult to draw the circuit diagrams on the boards and then explain it to students who most of the times get confused trying to understand the circuits. With the help of computers and scanners we will upload the pictures of circuits and other things such as mobile programming and hardware syllabus,” said Ch.V. Krishna Rao, Principal of the institute.

Since its inception in 1985, the institute has churned out over 20,000 service engineers who mainly deal with repairing television sets, DVD and VCD players and mobile phones to name a few.

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