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I think you should search this on google.
Because it is not about good institute, it depends on distance too in mumbai.
Suppose you live in kalyan and a GOOD institute in VT. How would you manage?
If you are efficient enough you can learn from bad institute too.
Even they can learn from you.
Rain pours same at all places. It is efficiency of the utensil which can collect the quantity of the water.
Google is the greatest teacher and does not take any free from its students.
But if you still want to know. http://t.sulekha.com/red-hat-linux-t...umbai_contacts
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first purpose to learn linux
Right now I m not interested in any certification wanted to good working knowlegde for LINUX RHEL specially
kindly let me know.
Ok, if you want to learn Linux, the best way is to download it, install it, and use it. You don't need ANY 'institute' to help you. Its no harder to install than Windows or Mac, so load it. Configure services, learn shell scripting, etc. You don't need anyone to teach you...if you can read and look things up, you will easily be able to get a good working knowledge of things, before you continue.