Wintech closes center in Indore

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p>INDORE: Wintech Computers has done it again! Nearly 100 students enrolled in

various computer courses with Wintech Computers in Indore are on tender-hooks,

as the firm has suddenly closed its training center without serving any prior



Attempts to contact the Wintech Computers chairperson-cum-managing director

Murtaza Mithani and vice president, Mohib Patel also came to a naught. There was

also no response from Mumbai office.

Most students have shelled out anything from Rs 17,000 to Rs 72,000, for the

courses. It may be recalled that Wintech has also closed shop overnight in New

Delhi and Kolkata. The center had been launched in Indore in January 2000, at

Bisco House, near Geeta Bhawan crossing.

The center at Bisco House was later shut down and students shifted to another

center at Princess Pride, near Narayan Kothi. Courses were being offered

included FOCUS, SMART, Wintech Certified Software Developer (WCSD) were very

popular among the students.


The students have now lodged a FIR at the Tukoganj police station. Cases have

been registered against regional manager Mayura Karmarkar, center manager Madhvi

Prasad and regional accountant Hyder Ali

Wintech Computers, a Mumbai-based computer training institute, has over the

past 1-2-years, closed down their operations in several cities, including Bhopal

following a raid by police on its centers in Mumbai, for use of alleged pirated

versions of the Oracle software.