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A maintenance technician is in charge of keeping a facility, such as an apartment building or a corporate office, in good working order. Plumbing, carpentry, and electrical systems are just a few of the skills they have. Building inspections, inventory management, and repair scheduling are all part of the job.

Computer Maintenance Technicians typically work with a variety of devices, including desktops, laptops, servers, and computer clusters. The desk technician may be called upon to troubleshoot a variety of peripherals, including both input and output devices. There’s also a probability that system administrators will investigate networking hardware including routers, switches, fibre optics, and wireless networks.

The computer technician provides annual maintenance and upgrades systems in response to client demands. They analyse the systems to ensure that they are operating correctly and to spot any faults. This position entails balancing technical and client support responsibilities by resolving any faults that arise.


Minimum Preferably ITI (electrical, mechanical) Certified Maintenance Technician Training (programme matched to the Electronics Sector Skills Council of India’s ELE/Q4501)

Skills Required

Key Competencies




For freshers 

INR 9,500 to INR 11,000 per month

For experienced candidates (½ year)

INR 19,000 to INR 25,000 per month

For experienced candidates (2 years)

INR 26,000 to INR 35,000 per month

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