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GOOD TRAINING INSTITUTE IN BANGALORE
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Hi guys! Vijeth here from Bangalore. I just dropped out of 3rd year B.Pharm so looking for a short course in medical transcription, want to start working as soon as possible.

I looked up Harvest Transcription pvt ltd (as it is one of the oldest training institutes) but read a lot of negative reviews about it.So please let me know if Harvest Transcription is a good institute in terms of education and job placement and also let me know if you know any other well established training institutes.

Please let me know if there are any companies in Bangalore which train for free and recruit the trainees after the training period

Which are the best companies in Bangalore in terms of salary, fair management and decent work atmosphere

Will be eagerly waiting for your replies and thank you very much in advance guys. Cheers!
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"I just dropped out of 3rd year B.Pharm ..."
You will realise this error soon. Medical Transcription is no dream job. There is no such thing as online training in MT as is evident from reviews at Mouthshut - http://www.mouthshut.com/product-reviews...-925602426 and http://www.mouthshut.com/review/Medical-...totmlrllnn. Better join an MT company that will teach and employ you if you learn well. I learnt MT the same way and, subsequently, before working from home sourced some practice dictations from Venu. Practice dictations BMT123 & AMT123 with & without keys, English, etc, you can download at http://www.4shared.com/account/dir/55321...tml?rnd=90 for which you would need to become a free member of www.4shared.com.

Visit http://bangaloremt.com/ for list of medical transcription companies in Bangalore that provide training and absorb potential candidates for in-house, like PRADOT TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD. # 91-80-4023 0909

If you have typing and computer skills then you may be better off at General Transcription. Visit http://freelancetranscriptionistroad.com/ for a general idea of the same and resources.
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(02-09-2013, 12:26 PM)gspal Wrote: "I just dropped out of 3rd year B.Pharm ..."
You will realise this error soon. Medical Transcription is no dream job. There is no such thing as online training in MT as is evident from reviews at Mouthshut - http://www.mouthshut.com/product-reviews...-925602426 and http://www.mouthshut.com/review/Medical-...totmlrllnn. Better join an MT company that will teach and employ you if you learn well. I learnt MT the same way and, subsequently, before working from home sourced some practice dictations from Venu. The same, BMT123, you can download at http://www.4shared.com/account/dir/55321...tml?rnd=90 for which you would need to become a free member of www.4shared.com.

Visit http://bangaloremt.com/ for list of medical transcription companies in Bangalore that provide training and absorb potential candidates for in-house, like PRADOT TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD. # 91-80-4023 0909

If you have typing and computer skills then you may be better off at General Transcription. Visit http://freelancetranscriptionistroad.com/ for a general idea of the same and resources.

Thank you very much for the concern. I appreciate itSmile this is just a part time job I've taken up to supplement my dream of becoming a filmmaker. Secondly I'm thinking of joining Silicon Transcription in malleshwaram(3 month training Fee-Rs.17,500) they have told they will place me in M*Modal company and i can expect a starting pay of Rs.18,000. Do you think i should take this deal or find a company that trains and provides job?
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(02-09-2013, 09:03 PM)Vijeth.V Wrote:
(02-09-2013, 12:26 PM)gspal Wrote: "I just dropped out of 3rd year B.Pharm ..."
You will realise this error soon. Medical Transcription is no dream job. There is no such thing as online training in MT as is evident from reviews at Mouthshut - http://www.mouthshut.com/product-reviews...-925602426 and http://www.mouthshut.com/review/Medical-...totmlrllnn. Better join an MT company that will teach and employ you if you learn well. I learnt MT the same way and, subsequently, before working from home sourced some practice dictations from Venu. The same, BMT123, you can download at http://www.4shared.com/account/dir/55321...tml?rnd=90 for which you would need to become a free member of www.4shared.com.

Visit http://bangaloremt.com/ for list of medical transcription companies in Bangalore that provide training and absorb potential candidates for in-house, like PRADOT TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD. # 91-80-4023 0909

If you have typing and computer skills then you may be better off at General Transcription. Visit http://freelancetranscriptionistroad.com/ for a general idea of the same and resources.

Thank you very much for the concern. I appreciate itSmile this is just a part time job I've taken up to supplement my dream of becoming a filmmaker. Secondly I'm thinking of joining Silicon Transcription in malleshwaram(3 month training Fee-Rs.17,500) they have told they will place me in M*Modal company and i can expect a starting pay of Rs.18,000. Do you think i should take this deal or find a company that trains and provides job?

Looks like you did not get the message gspal was trying to convey.

Do this? Ask that company to give you in writing on a stamp paper that they will provide you a job of Rs. 18000 a month. Expect a kick on your backside.
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M*Modal itself has training section and offers free training in lieu of commitment/bond for a year or two. Walk into any of their centers and get more details.

As far as starting pay, 18k is very high for an on-job trainee and it takes time to reach that pay.

If you do night shift or early morning shift after few months of on-job training, I think you can get few more thousands extra as allowance.

(02-09-2013, 09:03 PM)Vijeth.V Wrote:
(02-09-2013, 12:26 PM)gspal Wrote: "I just dropped out of 3rd year B.Pharm ..."
You will realise this error soon. Medical Transcription is no dream job. There is no such thing as online training in MT as is evident from reviews at Mouthshut - http://www.mouthshut.com/product-reviews...-925602426 and http://www.mouthshut.com/review/Medical-...totmlrllnn. Better join an MT company that will teach and employ you if you learn well. I learnt MT the same way and, subsequently, before working from home sourced some practice dictations from Venu. The same, BMT123, you can download at http://www.4shared.com/account/dir/55321...tml?rnd=90 for which you would need to become a free member of www.4shared.com.

Visit http://bangaloremt.com/ for list of medical transcription companies in Bangalore that provide training and absorb potential candidates for in-house, like PRADOT TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD. # 91-80-4023 0909

If you have typing and computer skills then you may be better off at General Transcription. Visit http://freelancetranscriptionistroad.com/ for a general idea of the same and resources.

Thank you very much for the concern. I appreciate itSmile this is just a part time job I've taken up to supplement my dream of becoming a filmmaker. Secondly I'm thinking of joining Silicon Transcription in malleshwaram(3 month training Fee-Rs.17,500) they have told they will place me in M*Modal company and i can expect a starting pay of Rs.18,000. Do you think i should take this deal or find a company that trains and provides job?
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