An 11-Year-old boy named Trishneet who failed in VIII started learning the basics of computer hardware from the repair shop turned his hobby to professional.
When he was 11 year his dad bought himself a computer as he interested in an experiment on the computer. One day his computer crashed. He taken his computer to repair shop and learnt the basics of computer hardware from repair shop.
Trishneet failed in Class VIII and somehow completed Class X exams through correspondence. His friend who pursuing BTech guided him to know a bit about cyber security later he started learning from youtube and started writing a blog from his new learnings.
“I was always keen to understand more about computer hardware and software too. Practice makes a man perfect and that’s exactly what happened with me. I will not say I was perfect but playing with the hardware and software of the computers gave me the confidence that I can pursue this field as a career,” he says.
He started his career as the trainer by conducting training sessions at Indian Institute of Technology, GNAIMT, among others in Punjab, Gujarat, and Maharashtra. he was introduced and referred to companies and government organisations
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