Post Graduate Programme in Hardware and Networking

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276 Hours Classroom
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Strong Foundation

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NIIT Certification

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Intensive Learning

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  • Accelerated programme to gain skills in IT infrastructure solutions
  • Bonus: Learn Professional Skills and Interview skills

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In this era, businesses are increasingly dependent on IT infrastructure for mission critical processes to achieve their goals. Organizations want to ensure that IT infrastructure is managed effectively and efficiently.
To meet these business requirements, organizations are looking for IT professionals who can setup and manage IT infrastructure, scale up or down the IT infrastructure to meet the changing business needs and minimize downtime. These organizations require professionals who can manage their network and proactively handle configuration and security issues
Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Hardware and Networking is meant for Graduates of any stream who are keen to gain skills in the areas of IT infrastructure solutions, such as PC Hardware Maintenance, Customer Support, Networking Support, and Data centre support to provide round the clock service to the customers .

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PGP is an accelerated, quick to industry, and a short-term program. It will be executed in the super-fast track mode, in which a learner will be doing two courses simultaneously. The following table shows the sequence of courses a learner will undergo in PGP:

  • Work Smart with MS Office and the Internet
  • Installing, Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting a PC
  • Fundamentals of Linux Operating System
  • Protocols and Internetworking Standards
  • Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting a Windows Client
  • Installing & Configuring Windows Server OS
  • Professional Skills I
  • Interview Handling Skills
  • Work Smart with MS Office and the Internet
  • Installing, Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting a PC
  • Fundamentals of Linux Operating System
  • Protocols and Internetworking Standards
  • Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting a Windows Client
  • Installing & Configuring Windows Server OS
  • Professional Skills I
  • Interview Handling Skills

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Undergraduate Learners who have completed Class XII with >=60% or who have appeared Class XII can enrol for the Advanced Program in Full Stack Software Engineering.

The course curriculum design is path-breaking and includes several aspects, each one designed to build a strong foundation for the domain, and help the learner gain an ability for constant learning, not just for his first job but for life. Some salient features are mentioned below:

  • Project-based learning to help the learner apply his knowledge into projects that simulate real-world situations.
  • Objective-driven sessions to constantly keep the learner and his mentor focused on the immediate task at hand while constantly ascending a well-defined spiral of learning.
  • A telescopic laying out of the three Terms to provide a clear line of sight and a pursuit of a destination and to give confidence to the learner on the end objectives.
  • Guided Practice (GP) sessions to offer every learner an opportunity to polish his learning at a pace that is comfortable for him.  In a stress-free environment, Guided Practice enables the learner to also go beyond the classroom inputs and build more practice hours– something that his potential employers will find valuable and different.
  • Expert Faculty – Recognized practitioner experienced in related field interacting with students. Apart from guiding students on concepts and its implementation, he will pose challenges to students to take up daily and weekly task leading to Project being developed.
  • Guided Practice – Guided Practice is technology based and can be undertaken at learner’s convenience, at home or any other stress free environment.  It is embedded within the program between the Terms.
  • Reference Material – Material referred by a student to obtain answers to queries generated during the learning process. Students can refer to different types of reference material, such as eBooks, video, and web links.

Topics covered will be : OOPs Fundamentals, C++ Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms, Java programming, HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, RDBMS, SQL, JSP and Servlets, Hibernate, Spring, Angular JS, Node Js, React JS, Rest etc.

There are as such no pre-requisites for enrollments except the eligibility criteria.

There are 3 Program Titles that the Learner can enrol for within the Full Stack Software Engineering Program:

  • Foundation Program in Full Stack Software Engineering – covering Term1 and GP1
  • Professional Program in Full Stack Software Engineering – covering Term1 and Term 2 ;   GP1 and GP2.
  • Advanced Program in Full Stack Software Engineering – covering all Term 1, 2 and 3; GP1 and GP2.

At the end of this program, the learner will be able to:

  • Develop Web Applications using Java stack technologies
  • Develop Enterprise Applications using Java stack technologies
  • Front end development
  • Back end development
  • Software Development