The "Industry-Plus" method of teaching, developed by Network NUTS, caters to students of various educational backgrounds and intellectual capabilities.
As the world of computers can sometimes be very confusing for a non technical student, Network NUTS developed this training method after much research to help even mediocre students become competent in the field.
A the famous Chinese philosopher Confucius said "What I hear, I forget; what I see, I remember; what I do, I understand", that is, learning by doing is the key to a successful learning process.
Network NUTS "Internal Revision" sessions stress on the need for repetition to increase retention among students. Emphasizing the need for holistic development of a student's personality, "Industry-Plus" also includes Personality Development to equip students with the necessary soft skills for the corporate world.
A strong alumnus of ex students provides insights into the real joys and challenges of a job in the booming IT sector of our economy.
Network NUTS has some very basic fundamental rules of the training:
1. Class should start from the level where the students are, not from where the trainer is.
2. Our training revolve around the rule - "Survival of the Weakest". That means that trainer will make sure that the weakest student is able to understand the concepts.
3. Three Knock Rule. If someone ask any question outside the defined objectives, anyone in the class has the rights to politely knock the table thrice and say “I apply three knock rule here" That simply means please stick to the objectives and respect time of others. Personal questions will be answered after the class in person.
4. We never follow the golden rule of the training. “Golden Rule – If you can't convince, then confuse”. Instead we use "Car Park" rule.
5. Car Park Rule. Our trainers are qualified, technical and experienced enough to answer any query. But sometimes if they are unable to find an answer of your intelligent question (very human). They will honestly tell the students to put that question in “Car Park” and tell the students to note the “Car Park” question. The next day trainer will come up with the answer of that "Car Park" question and then proceed with the objectives. This help in bringing the honesty and transparency in the class and strengthen the bond between student and the trainer.
6. We still believe in "Let the chalk talk". We don't make our training rigid by relying too much (or only) on slides. Our trainers liberally use the "white board" to explain you the concepts, draw the diagrams and play games also.
7. We strictly follow the Network NUTS unique PIDP method to conduct the classes. P = Problem. I = Introduce & Explain the Topic. D = Demonstrate. P = Practice.
7. Ample lab or practice time is given to students to master the concept and gain confidence.
Wishing you a delightful training with us.