Hotel Singh Empire Dx

8710 D. B. Gupta Rd, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India
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Looking for a beginners basic course in computers in India........

by melly1234

....but taught in English.Think it's a foundation course I need.Can anybody help me out here.Been on the search engine but it's mainly for people who want batchelor degrees.Any help or pointers would be appreciated.Thanks.

Re: Looking for a beginners basic course in computers in India........

by Donna_in_India

Hi - I don't know if you are in Delhi now or not but I am sure there are plenty of courses. We have the same in Mumbai but they are locally advertised. If you're not in Delhi now, try checking some of the online newspapers - Times of India, Mid-Day, even Time Out Delhi magazine. You might even contact the Delhi expats group. Good luck!

Re: Looking for a beginners basic course in computers in India........

by melly1234

Cheers Donna,will try the ex-pat website.

Re: Looking for a beginners basic course in computers in India........

by adx

there r so many in Delhi. Even a crash course for 3 or 4 days should b enough as u want just basic course.
adx

Re: Looking for a beginners basic course in computers in India........

by ryan007

hiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ru there in delhi?

Travel Tips for Delhi

Lot of places to visit

by srhussaini

The Gardens - Though Delhi is fast being converted into a concrete jungle, the Delhi Development Authority is trying best to provide the residents of Delhi with some greenery by construction of parks and gardens. The DDA has also installed some musical fountains at specific locations which are worth visiting. Being part of the Aravalies

Central Park

by Willettsworld

Opened in 1931 and named after the Duke of Connaught, Connaught Place, (which has now, like most things in India, been renamed Rajiv Chowk but is locally known simply as CP), is a series of circular roads around a central park. It was designed by Robert Tor Russell and features archways and colonnades but is showing its age and needs a good coat of white paint. The central park area was closed when I first visited Delhi in November 2006 but was open with people stretched out on the grass when I came back in March 2007. I believe it was redesigned and re-opened in December and is closed on Mondays. It's a popular place to watch middle class Delhites.

A Day Trip to Kurukshetra

by Scarlie

Kurukshetra is a city about 170km or so to the north in Haryana. It's difficult to judge but it took us about 2.5 hours to get there. The final battle in Mahabharata took place there, and perhaps this is why there is a Krishna Museum. IN addition, you can visit the Panorama and Science Museum and the Brahma Sarover and take a walk or have a picnic in the Chaudhari Devi Lal Park.

Kurukshetra is not on the list of destinations on VT, so I"ll post my tips in the "Off the beaten path' section on the Delhi page.

Spice Market

by Willettsworld

Old Delhi's spice market is said to be the largest in Asia. There are dozens of stalls and shops lining the main street of Khari Baoli with sacks full of nuts and spices spilling over onto the all ready crowded pavement and even on the roads. The atmosphere in the area is extremely hectic with everyone doing their own thing by whatever means they can. Gadodia Market, which lies just south of Khari Baoli, is a spice wholesaler's storage area. The entrance is through a covered arcade that directly takes visitors into a small courtyard lined with storerooms with giant-sized old-fashioned weighing scales, loading, carrying or unloading of huge sacks of items from manual trolleys. Built by Seth Lakshmi Narayan Gadodia in the early 20th century, the first thing you do when you enter is sneeze as the smell and dust gets right up your nose! Even the locals were doing it!

Delhi International Airport

by Carino

Entrance to Airport:
You are only allowed to enter the airport of Delhi with a valid ticket and your passport. Nobody else is allowed to enter the airport. Also you can only enter 3 hours prior to your flight.

Lounge:
There is a departure lounge, where you can stay for 3 hours. Entrance is Rs 30.

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 Hotel Singh Empire Dx

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Address: 8710 D. B. Gupta Rd, Pahar Ganj, New Delhi, National Capital Territory of Delhi, 110055, India