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I conduct classes worldwide on Networking, Linux, Linux Kernel, Systems software programming, Open-Source and Research. Here is a list of courses I currently offer. To enroll for the same kindly go through the course brochure and you can pay the respective course fee.

My contact email: [email protected]

or via phone:(0091) 99860 77058 (and via WhatsApp )

Why this course ?

  • want to learn real-world practical skills ?
  • want to participate, do research and learn which you are unable to accomplish in your existing job ?
  • want to improve your skills or learn new skills but struck in your current career/job ?
  • last but not least: find your mentor for your life !
    • especially if you are born under Sagittarius Sun sign (i.e your birthday is in between November 23 - December 22). Then most probably you need a mentor for your life !


💎 Linux, Kernel, Networking and Device Drivers (Network and Systems Software Programmer) - Download PDF Course Brochure
* Unlimited - 1:1 sessions - Lectures and Practical via Google Hangouts or Skype, each for a duration of 1+ hours
* Frequency: 1 session a week
Students living abroad: Course Fee - $700 USD Pay with PayPal
Students living in India - Course Fee: Rs. 35,000/- INR
Pay to Axis Bank Account: Pay to Axis Bank Account:: Pay to HDFC Bank Account:
Bank: HDFC BANK, ITC Centre,Chennai
Account no: 00041050287035
Beneficiary Name: KANKIPATI SATHYA RAVI KIRAN KUMAR RAJA
IFSC Code: HDFC0000004, ITC CENTRE,CHENNAI


💎 if you are doing PhD or equivalent (or Post Doctoral) looking for assistance/research of your specific project
* the fee will be charged based on the complexity and span of the project/task


💎 Book for a Single Session (Individual/Student)
* a single 1:1 session via Google Hangouts or Skype, each for a duration of around 1+ hours

  • a technical session (such as Linux Kernel, Systems, Networking, etc)
  • and or discussion regarding career/job roadmap and strategy
  • and or mentorship life skills/lessons/perspective/challenges and so on
Students living abroad: Fee - $60 USD Pay with PayPal
Students living in India - Fee: Rs. 2,500/- INR
Pay to Axis Bank Account: Pay to Axis Bank Account:: Pay to HDFC Bank Account:
Bank: HDFC BANK, ITC Centre,Chennai
Account no: 00041050287035
Beneficiary Name: KANKIPATI SATHYA RAVI KIRAN KUMAR RAJA
IFSC Code: HDFC0000004, ITC CENTRE,CHENNAI


💎 Book for a Single Session (Commercial/Organization)
* a single 1:1 session via Google Hangouts or Skype, each for a duration of around 2 hours

  • a technical session (such as Linux Kernel, Systems, Networking, etc)
  • and or discussion regarding product architecture, design, review, roadmap and strategy
  • and or mentorship in general
Company from abroad: Fee - $100 USD Pay with PayPal
Company in India: Fee: Rs. 5,000/- INR
Pay to Axis Bank Account: Pay to Axis Bank Account:: Pay to HDFC Bank Account:
Bank: HDFC BANK, ITC Centre,Chennai
Account no: 00041050287035
Beneficiary Name: KANKIPATI SATHYA RAVI KIRAN KUMAR RAJA
IFSC Code: HDFC0000004, ITC CENTRE,CHENNAI


💎 ... and of course the classic unlimited lifetime mentorship
* Unlimited - 1:1 sessions - Lectures and Practical via Google Hangouts or Skype, each for a duration of 1+ hours
* Frequency: 1 session a week
* to know more you can contact me via mail

  • technical sessions (such as Linux Kernel, Systems, Networking, etc as mentioned in Network and Systems Software Programmer)
  • and or discussions regarding career/job roadmap and strategy
  • and or mentorship life skills/lessons/perspective/challenges and so on
Students living abroad: Course Fee - $800 USD Pay with PayPal
Students living in India - Course Fee: Rs. 40,000/- INR
Pay to Axis Bank Account: Pay to Axis Bank Account:: Pay to HDFC Bank Account:
Bank: HDFC BANK, ITC Centre,Chennai
Account no: 00041050287035
Beneficiary Name: KANKIPATI SATHYA RAVI KIRAN KUMAR RAJA
IFSC Code: HDFC0000004, ITC CENTRE,CHENNAI


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