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Want to setup Java Classes in My locality but takig a Room on Lease seems to be an issue

Vishal Hegde
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All My Dear Ranchers,

Happy Easter to you all Lovely Members of this forum.After visiting this forum i thought myself of teaching Core Java to College students for free online for whoever where having trouble. But teaching people free seems like as if Students donot value much as they just take it for granted and I dont want to waste my energy for such kind of people.

I am planning to take core Java courses in my own locality... the only issue is:

>>Capital
>>Searching students who want to pursue this education

Now if i want to take a room in rent people will ask to deposit approximately 2 lakhs to deposit which I dont have

Also there are only 3-4 people in my locality pusuing IT and want to learn Java....

I need help from you ranchers how should i proceed .. I always had a dream to have classes that teaches students in a friendly manner like you people do and also gain some profit from it


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John Jai
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Vishal Hegde wrote:Now if i want to take a room in rent people will ask to deposit approximately 2 lakhs to deposit which I dont have

That's a pretty huge sum for a deposit.
Maneesh Godbole
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Instead of investing all this money, don't you think its a better idea to invest your time at the Ranch helping out people with their questions?


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Vishal Hegde
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Dear Maneesh,

I also do that whenever I get time after office hours.The thing is that i also want to set a part time kind of business for myself and I dont have that lumpsome of money with myself..I just want to start this with zero investment but I dont know how to proceed with that
Maneesh Godbole
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No no. You misunderstood me. Please read my post one more time.
I was talking about you investing your time here at the ranch.
Vishal Hegde
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Maneesh Godbole wrote:No no. You misunderstood me. Please read my post one more time.
I was talking about you investing your time here at the ranch.


Dear Maneesh,

Apologies i just read it wrongly, my mistake
Soumyajit Hazra
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Vishal it's a very good idea. Why don't you first search potential students then discuss with them and convince anyone to use one of there room where few group of student will gather. This way you can avoid the initial investment.


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fred rosenberger
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I know around here, the library has rooms you can reserve for a small fee. I think our community center does as well. Maybe you could do something like that for a few weeks/months, until you figure out if this will really go or not.


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Greg Charles
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2 lakhs is about $4,000? I agree that's a huge deposit to rent a room for a short time.

If there's really only three or four people you could recruit, couldn't you just meet at a coffee shop and sit around a table? The way I'd do it is have a textbook, then go through a chapter a week. Ideally you'd have someone different leading the discussion of each chapter, and you could just be a facilitator.
Seetharaman Venkatasamy
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Vishal Hegde wrote:
i want to take a room in rent people will ask to deposit approximately 2 lakhs to deposit which I dont have

even I dont have. recently I shifted home from main to main in Bangalore they demand me 50,000 INR(as a deposite) and 8,500 INR/month as a rent.. 2 lakhs is toomuch... remember we support software .. if you try to find a software...it's up to your manager...probably they screw you
sudipto shekhar
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Vishal Hegde wrote:

Now if i want to take a room in rent people will ask to deposit approximately 2 lakhs to deposit which I dont have



Which city are you in?

I opened my own coaching center ( when i was jobless !! for money of-course ). The advantage with the location of my coaching was that it was just next to an engineering college.

I met the students in the area and discussed my plan.

Start was slogged but eventually, the news spread of a teacher teaching Java and then students started flowing in.

If you cannot even start with your plan by now, I would suggest you to go for it, rent the place and start with whatever number of students you get.

Keep up your hope and keep trying, I am sure you will succeed !!

All the best....


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Vishal Hegde
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sudipto shekhar wrote:
Vishal Hegde wrote:

Now if i want to take a room in rent people will ask to deposit approximately 2 lakhs to deposit which I dont have



Which city are you in?

I opened my own coaching center ( when i was jobless !! for money of-course ). The advantage with the location of my coaching was that it was just next to an engineering college.

I met the students in the area and discussed my plan.

Start was slogged but eventually, the news spread of a teacher teaching Java and then students started flowing in.

If you cannot even start with your plan by now, I would suggest you to go for it, rent the place and start with whatever number of students you get.

Keep up your hope and keep trying, I am sure you will succeed !!

All the best....



I am in Mumbai and for security deposit, amount of 2 lakhs is generally asked
 
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