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Course Syllabus & Description

Network Engineer Contents

Overview of Network Engineer
Introduction to data communication networks such as LAN and WAN systems

Basic concept of firewalls, routers, switches, WI-FI and access points
Configuration of routing and switching equipment
Different routing protocols TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet etc
Basic knowledge of IP addressing both IPV4 & IPV6
Knowledge of different ways of configuring access list

Explain the various mobile and data technologies
• Know and understand the various product and service offerings in the telecom sector
• Outline the documentation process and documents needed for mobile customers
• Explain the key concepts related to Networking• State the importance of workplace
• Ergonomics and respect at workplace• Express the importance of data confidentiality in the telecom industry

Identify the network infrastructure requirement
• Plan the activities for network installation, implementation & handover
• Knowledge of network infrastructure including configuring network hardware, software, routers, bridges, devices and interfaces
• Know how to install and configure network software including operating systems, firewalls, monitoring and management tools
• Know the test and evaluation procedure for the performance of network
• Understand the implementation of handover sign off by the authorized person

Understand about the monitoring of network infrastructure services
• Know how to apply diagnostic tools and techniques to identify network service level issues and causes
• Learn how to carry out inspection of network devices based on maintenance schedule
• Understand how to generate the network reports as per customer requirement.
Learn how to carry out planned hardware and software upgradations
• Know how to obtain sign-off from the customer as per required documentation

Understand the basic concepts of IP addressing format for IPV4 & IPV6
• Knowledge of different network protocols TCP/IP, UDP, Telnet etc
• Understand the different ways of configuring access-list
• Knowledge of LAN, VLAN and their limitations
• Understand the tools and techniques for network management & support
• Knowledge of Organisational network topology including all wired /wireless media devices, firewalls & industry network standards
• Usability of various network management systems
• Knowledge of network protocol standards used by networked devices for communication

Learn how to monitor and administer computer network using various Network Management Systems (NMSs)
• Ensure the traffic gets diverted to backup link if primary link goes down
• Follow the organization’s policies, procedures and guidelines for Network maintenance & troubleshooting
• Learn how to do load balancing and storage protocols

Know how to handle the fault notifications on prompt basis
• Learn how to apply structured approach to network troubleshooting
• Know how to rectify and test effectiveness of the troubleshooting
• Record all network events by maintaining a network issues log
• Know how to register & file the remediation work carried out to resolve network issues
• Understand how to monitor & report network issues

Linux Admin Contents

The System Administrator
Information resources: Books, Internet, Online documents

System administrator duties and tasks

Boot and Shutdown Run levels.
Processes and daemons. Configure startup sripts. (Workshop)

User Management Add user. (Workshop). User groups.
User and system security.

User environment (Workshop) Shell startup scripts. What not to do in startup scripts
Other dot files

File Management. (Workshop) File system structure.

Manage disk storage Partition, Format,
Fix errors on disk, Mount Links: hard, symbolic

Permission Permission bits. Special permission. ACLs Quotas.

Printing. Setting a printer.
Printing to a remote printer. Printing to an MS Windows printer

Backup Backup strategy. Selecting the backup devices and software. Automating the backup procedure. (Workshop)
Third party product overview

Automounter Automount requirements. Maps to define an Automount mechanism.
Automounter. (Workshop)

X11 The Concept. How it works. Comparison to MS Windows.
X11 setup files. (Workshop) Window manager and its startup files. (Workshop) XDM. (Workshop)

System Administrator Tools. Monitor processes: truss/strace, ps top. Monitor network: lsof, netstat
Working with files: strings, awk, od, du, df, find. Misc: which, whereis, dmesg, Logfiles.

Operating System Installation. (Workshop) System installation. Linux/Solaris installation.
Patches. Installing and removing packages (RPM). Download compile and install using source code.

Kernel reconfig Get the kernel source code.
Add new adapter and update drivers. Kernel upgrade. (Workshop)

Installing from Source Where can you get the source code?
What are the benefits of starting from source code products? Downloading and extracting the packages. Configuring the package.
Installing the package.

The proc Filesystem map of /proc. Process entries.
Hardware information. Kernel information. Kernel settings.

Monitoring the System Swap space tunings. Detecting physical memory shortage.
System resource loads: CPU, I/O, Disk. Raid disks. Setting limits to processes. Measuring network load.

Windows Admin Contents

Functions & Features of an Operating System-OS
Basic DOS/Windows/Unix commands and tools

History of System Administration.System Administration Roles
Basics of Windows NT/2000/2003 and Unix/Linux.History
Basic Info and Account Management.File and directory layout
File Systems (NTFS, FAT, UFS).File permissions.ACL
Command Line vs. Gui
Start up (booting) and Shutdown. Task Manager. More Account Management
Networking configuration
Preventative maintenance and upgrading of OS
Troubleshooting computer operating systems using utilities
Configuring disk and system resources

Security features of an OS
System Processes.Scheduling jobs (scheduler/cron),job monitoring, start and stop jobs
At command vs. scheduled Tasks Gui tool.More Task Manager
Disk administration.File systems/partitions.Disk DeFragmentation
RAID.Basic client/server file sharing
Files, Directories and Memory Management.Permissions
Security and Backups.Patches, passwords, kerberos, enigma
Tools (tcpwrappers and others).Backup methods

Other Advanced Topics (depending upon time)
Installing/upgrading hardware/software/O.S
Email server, web server, dns/dhcp server, telnet/ftp/ssh
Unix-windows interoperability (samba)
User communications and documentation
Problems resolution and solutions
raid, san, nas

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:

1. Discuss installation and upgrade requirements for operating systems (OS).
2. Explain important operating system files and components as well as their functions.
3. Utilize various command-line functions and utilities to manage and support operating systems.
4. Explain procedures for installing and adding devices and configuring associated device drivers and required software.
5. Examine procedures for identifying and resolving common problems using operating system utilities and tools.
6. Apply the networking capabilities of operating systems as well as configure and troubleshoot connectivity.

Application Design UI/UX Contents

Introduction to UI Technologies
More Tags in HTML

More CSS properties Working With CSS
The CSS Rules
CSS Selectors
The CSS Cascade
CSS Fonts & Typography

Working With Links And List
Working With Table
CSS Color & Positioning
CSS Box Model
CSS Display And Positioning
Working With CSS3
CSS3 Borders
CSS3 Gradients
CSS3 Text Effects
CSS3 Web Fonts
CSS3 2D & 3D Transforms
CSS3 Transitions And Animations

Form Elements

Working With Bootstrap 3 Introduction to Bootstrap 3 Bootstrap History Why Bootstrap ? Embedding Bootstrap into page Bootstrap Grid System

Bootstrap Text/Typography
Bootstrap Images
Bootstrap Jumbotron Bootstrap Buttons BS Button Groups Bootstrap Glyphicons Bootstrap Pagination

JavaScript Supported Data structures Advanced JavaScript

jQuery Framework
jQuery Traversing Methods Events using jQuery AJAX
jQuery Templating

Note:- We will provide all topics with example and hands on experience on live project.

We also provide realistic interview question. It will help to you clear the interview process.

Digital Marketing Contents

Overview of Digital Marketing
Session 1: Difference between traditional and digital marketing

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Session 2 & 3: On-Page Optimization
Session 4 & 5: Off-Page Optimization
Session 6: Search Engine Algorithms (Basics & Advanced)

Web Analytics
Session 7: Using Google Analytics
Session 8 & 9: Search Engine Marketing Overview

Social Media Marketing
Session 10: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with Facebook
Session 11: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with LinkedIn
Session 12: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with Google+
Session 13: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with Twitter
Session 14: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with Pinterest
Session 15: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with Instagram
Session 16: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with YouTube
Session 17: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with Tumblr
Session 18: Social Media Marketing, Optimization and Analytics with Snapchat
Session 19: Hootsuite
Session 20: TweetReach
Session 21: Klout
Session 22: Social Mention
Session 23: Twazzup
Session 24: Addictomatic
Session 25: Howsociable
Session 26: Icerocket
Session 27: Topsy
Session 28: Mention (Paid Tools)
Session 29: Alterian
Session 30: Radian6

Other Digital Medium
Session 31: Effective Use of Email and SMS Marketing
Session 32: Effective Use of Whatsapp, Hike, WeChat and Telegram

Hot Topics
Session 33: Viral Marketing with a case study
Session 34: Importance of Content creation and marketing
Session 35: Affiliate Marketing
Session 36: Ad-sense & Blogging
Session 37: Sample SEO and SEM Campaign Demonstration
Session 38: Individual Campaign Presentation on SEO and SEM (Small Products)
Session 39: Group Campaign Presentation on SEO and SEM (Big Products)
Session 40: Sample SMO and SMM Campaign Demonstration
Session 41: Individual Campaign Presentation on SMO & SMM (Small Products)
Session 42: Group Campaign Presentation on SMO & SMM (Big Products)
Session 43: Field Presentation to nearby stores and malls with social media reports for their companies
Session 44: Final Project Presentation with Live Demo

Software Developer SD1/SD2 Contents

We endeavor to make our students employable in the current market scenario as per the company demand.
Students choose a domain of their interest and we train them based on live projects & internships.

Following are the domains we train & place our students.

PHP & .net
Android & iOS
Photoshop, Invision, Illustrator
Java/J2EE,Backbone,Web Frameworks
Cloud Computing
Database Administration (DBA)
MySQL, MongoDB, PostgreSQL, MS-SQL, Redis, Firebase, GraphQL React & ionic

Note : Syllabus for the above domains to be given in office

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