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Gapodi
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Originally posted by Gapodi

From some initial enquiries I have found that cost of 5 month course in India varies between 1 and 2 Lacs.
Any idea what is the ballpark figure for doing the same in Canada in Toronto area?

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In b'lore, I have heard that 3 months part time is 30 thousand.
In Toronto it is around $ 2000- $3000 ($ 26K in SAP Canada for 25 days) for 7-8 weekends ,6-7 hours a day, sat for theory and Sunday for practicals).

Hope this helps.
Peace by TK


Hi Gopidi,

One can do any SAP module course from Rs 5,000 to 25,000/- in Hyderabad. There are good institutes in Hyderabad and due to recession, the coaching institutes reduced prices.

Typically, these institutes offer 1 to 2 hrs daily class for 2 to 3 moths and students can practice in labs on 24 hours basis.

So do not waste 1 to 2 lacs in Bangalore for the same.


Thanks
Thats quite useful
I also heard in Chandigarh the cost is about 1.5 Lakhs for a 5 month full time course.
I will prefer full time courses and will love to hear more from other folks on the subject of pricing.


 
Post ID: 139721 13-03-09 13:35:17
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taker
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Originally posted by prasad_vara1

One can do any SAP module course from Rs 5,000 to 25,000/- in Hyderabad. There are good institutes in Hyderabad and due to recession, the coaching institutes reduced prices.

Typically, these institutes offer 1 to 2 hrs daily class for 2 to 3 moths and students can practice in labs on 24 hours basis.

So do not waste 1 to 2 lacs in Bangalore for the same.





Hi,

What do you think, who would be your tutor for 15K course? What is the level of knowledge of that tutor? He/She's just done the course for that institute and now becomes a tutor.

SAP is not a 2-3 month part-time course, even for one module (tech/functional).
Even I spent 25K in Bangalore for ABAP in 2004. But never get any interview on that basis.

All employers want real-time experience with full cycle implementation (many classes offering that but I doubt). You need functional experience in-depth as well in particular domain.

Best thing is, get a lower level job initially with the company that already implemented SAP and go further.....



- Taker


 
Post ID: 139725 13-03-09 14:15:30
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Daari_Tappida_Maaga
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Attn: All soon to be SAP consultants.

I don't want to be the grinch here, what is your plan B?

IMHO, during recession its always good to have alternatives in one's career plan/training. There is no 100% guarantee for SAP placements, as in most other professions.


I am just curious to know if one can cross-train in a non-ERP computing field along with SAP?





 
Post ID: 139727 13-03-09 14:30:35
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Quote:
Originally posted by taker

Quote:
Originally posted by prasad_vara1

One can do any SAP module course from Rs 5,000 to 25,000/- in Hyderabad. There are good institutes in Hyderabad and due to recession, the coaching institutes reduced prices.

Typically, these institutes offer 1 to 2 hrs daily class for 2 to 3 moths and students can practice in labs on 24 hours basis.

So do not waste 1 to 2 lacs in Bangalore for the same.





Hi,

What do you think, who would be your tutor for 15K course? What is the level of knowledge of that tutor? He/She's just done the course for that institute and now becomes a tutor.

SAP is not a 2-3 month part-time course, even for one module (tech/functional).
Even I spent 25K in Bangalore for ABAP in 2004. But never get any interview on that basis.

All employers want real-time experience with full cycle implementation (many classes offering that but I doubt). You need functional experience in-depth as well in particular domain.

Best thing is, get a lower level job initially with the company that already implemented SAP and go further.....



- Taker



I beg to differ . Ameerpet in Hyderabad is an excellent and dirt cheap training area where 100-200 Institutes abound in a 400 sq m area .... Some of these have developed good reputation for themselves and do provide excellent training ----- they do conduct SAP training for under Rs 10,000/- ........... the training is just learning and in whatever field can't guarantee you a job.......... it takes your own building up upon the training to do that .

But if one has the money , one should go to an Authorized Training Center (Sapient College etc) who would charge 1- 2 lacs for the course .

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Post ID: 139739 13-03-09 18:01:11
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dan
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Guys,
Just to update you on SAP HR Module.
I spoke yesterday with one of my 12 th std classmate who did his BSc. comp sci (evening college) and MSc (comp. Sci) and who had and now is in USA for the last 12 years. 4 years ago he shifted to SAP SCM and is working for a top company in Dallas. When I asked him about SAP HR Module, this is what he had to tell me.

SAP HR Module is very hot right now in the market and that SAP BW is the worst module right now in recession time.
He told me to ask about Placements in any company teaching SAP.
When studying SAP, always prepare well at home before you go to class b'cos SAP teaching will be in the high end and if you donot follow what the instructors are telling, then everything will be spanish.
Get SAP access for 6 months and practice hard and sincere.
Get SAP certification.
cook up your resume to show 4 years of SAP experience.
Always be up to date on the FUNCTIONAL aspects of SAP HR Module as well as all the terms.
Never say SAP in an interview. Always say S-A-P (only the letters). if you say SAP, then it is a rejection on the spot.
SAP is well respected (and higher salary) in USA and Parts of Europe. For all the rest, you will be treated the same as Java, J2EE etc....
Ultimately one fool company from USA will hire you and they will put you on teh job.
The same fool company will see all the mistakes that you do and see that you donot know SAP HR even one bit.
The same fool company will give you about 2 month time before firing you.
With the 2 month experience in the fool company, cook up your resume to 4 years of hard core exp. at the same fool company.
Another company will hire you and if you are clever, you will suceed. Otherwise you will get the same exp. as the fool's company that hired you first.
ultimately, you will be a Guru in SAP and you will earn in 100 + $ each hour.
*******************************************************

My Plan :
I will be going to ERP TEK introduction class in Mississauga this coming saturday at 2:0 pm (CD's welcome to meet me there). there is another company known as MyERPPartners in Mississauga that has orientation / Introduction class on Sunday at 2:00 pm (I will attend not this sunday but the next one).
ERP TEK offers 1 classs free in a module. So I will attend one free class in SAP HR Module.

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any idea about MYERP Partners ? Did you check them out ?

thanks


 
Post ID: 145348 17-06-09 10:05:03
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dan
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Quote:
Originally posted by tamilkuravan

Guys,
Just to update you on SAP HR Module.
I spoke yesterday with one of my 12 th std classmate who did his BSc. comp sci (evening college) and MSc (comp. Sci) and who had and now is in USA for the last 12 years. 4 years ago he shifted to SAP SCM and is working for a top company in Dallas. When I asked him about SAP HR Module, this is what he had to tell me.

SAP HR Module is very hot right now in the market and that SAP BW is the worst module right now in recession time.
He told me to ask about Placements in any company teaching SAP.
When studying SAP, always prepare well at home before you go to class b'cos SAP teaching will be in the high end and if you donot follow what the instructors are telling, then everything will be spanish.
Get SAP access for 6 months and practice hard and sincere.
Get SAP certification.
cook up your resume to show 4 years of SAP experience.
Always be up to date on the FUNCTIONAL aspects of SAP HR Module as well as all the terms.
Never say SAP in an interview. Always say S-A-P (only the letters). if you say SAP, then it is a rejection on the spot.
SAP is well respected (and higher salary) in USA and Parts of Europe. For all the rest, you will be treated the same as Java, J2EE etc....
Ultimately one fool company from USA will hire you and they will put you on teh job.
The same fool company will see all the mistakes that you do and see that you donot know SAP HR even one bit.
The same fool company will give you about 2 month time before firing you.
With the 2 month experience in the fool company, cook up your resume to 4 years of hard core exp. at the same fool company.
Another company will hire you and if you are clever, you will suceed. Otherwise you will get the same exp. as the fool's company that hired you first.
ultimately, you will be a Guru in SAP and you will earn in 100 + $ each hour.
*******************************************************

My Plan :
I will be going to ERP TEK introduction class in Mississauga this coming saturday at 2:0 pm (CD's welcome to meet me there). there is another company known as MyERPPartners in Mississauga that has orientation / Introduction class on Sunday at 2:00 pm (I will attend not this sunday but the next one).
ERP TEK offers 1 classs free in a module. So I will attend one free class in SAP HR Module.

----

any idea about MYERP Partners ? Did you check them out ?

thanks


 
Post ID: 145349 17-06-09 10:11:19
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There is another institute as well in mississauga who are training in SAP HR and BW as well. I guess the owner of the company is real time consultant in that area. Check with them as they are also HRDC approved (second carreer) will help to get funded by govt.
I dont remember his last name..but start with Uttam...
good luck and ofcourse u have to tweek the resume no matter how well u trained.

rgds
mkannuri

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Post ID: 145361 17-06-09 14:26:12
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dan
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Any idea on SRM and how it is being used and demand for people ?

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Originally posted by kabutar12

As mentioned by Anil, prior work experience is a big deciding factor in picking the module/technology.

Now let me briefly explanin about the different modules/technology in SAP, so you can decide accordingly.

1. SD (Sales and Distribution module) -One of the three base modules of SAP, which contains functionality of Inquiry, Quotation, Contracts, Sales order, Delivery, billing etc at high level. With SD background its also easy to get into CRM module (Customer Relationship module).

2. MM (Also know as SCM) -- One of the three base modules of SAP, deals with Vendors, purchase order, requisitions, material master, inventory etc...With SCM/MM background its easy to get into SRM

3. FI/CO: This is the Finance and Controlling module of SAP (two different areas), which deal with GL accounts, cost centers, profit center, AR / AP, special ledger etc. If you dont have strong FI background then stay away from this module, it can be time consuming to learn.COPA is profit analysis.

4. PP (Production planning): This module deals with the manufacturing side of business and deals with concepts like work centers, control keys, production orders, scheduling. With PP module experience its easy to learn APO module, though my advice will be to stay away from it, its not that successful.

5. PM (Plant Maintenance): This deal with maintenace orders, notification, service orders, tolling etc. Industrial engg experience is good for this module. With PM module experience its easy to get into MRO (Maintenance Repair and Overhaul) module, which is used in repair industry.

6. QM: Quality management: This deals with inspection lot, nmaster inspection characterstics etc, though i will suggest you to stay away from this module.Less demand.

7. HR (Human resources): This deals with Personal admin, payroll, personal development , time management etc. This is good in demand and compartively easy to learn. Will recommend it, lot of projects in North America.

8. PS (project systems): This deals with WBS elemnt, projects, networks etc, will suggest to stay away from it, not lot of demand.

9. TDM (technical document management); Use to store all engg drawing. documents, pictures in SAP DMS server. Stay away.

In my next post i will try to touch modules/technologies which are part of Netweaver.
Hope this helps



 
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