HARDWARE COURSES
  DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER
HARDWARE & NETWORKING
 
  DIPLOMA IN LAPTOP
 REPAIRING
 
  DIPLOMA IN MOBILE
 REPAIRING
  CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN
PRINTER SPECIALIST
 
 
 

MODULE-1 (Computer Application)

  In this foundation module, you will learn: The use of computer, The concepts of electricity, electrical and electronic devices with special focus on their role in working of the computer
   
 

MS Word

Creating a document, saving a document, Opening an existing document Formatting a document Printing a document, Creating a Résumé
   
 

MS Excel

Creating an excel worksheet, saving an excel worksheet, Opening an existing workbook, Using formula and functions, Printing a worksheet, Creating a simple expense worksheet
   
 

MS PowerPoint

Creating a PowerPoint presentation, saving a PowerPoint presentation, Working with an existing PowerPoint presentation, Using templates to create a presentation, Adding animation to slides.
   
 

Basic Computer Electronics

Basic working of a computer Building blocks of a computer, Input, output and processing devices, internal components of a PC
   
 

AC Fundamentals

AC and DC, Working of AC, Transformers, Fundamentals of Semiconductors, Diodes and Rectifiers, Transistors, Power supplies, Number systems
   
 

Fundamentals of Digital Electronics

Digital signals, Logic gates, Combinational circuits, Flip-Flops, Microprocessor fundamentals Site preparation and environmental issues, Voltage and Current, Resistors, Using Multimeters, Ohm's Law, Voltage, Rise and Drop, Inductors and Capacitors, Using Oscilloscope
   
 

MODULE-2 (Operating System)

 

Modules-2

In this module, you will learn
Configure and troubleshoot a PC/Laptop PC Hardware Support Skills
   
 

Detail:

   
  Processor family and classifications
covering Intel and AMD families of processors
Managing disks
  Memory types and characteristics of DDR, RDRAM, Checking and managing application compatibility
  SDRAM and troubleshooting Configuring network access in Windows 7
  Motherboards and their troubleshooting Managing the Windows Firewall
  Cooling methods and devices Resource sharing
  Power supplies and their troubleshooting File and folder access
  Storage systems and their troubleshooting Working with Branch Cache
  Removable storage systems Managing user accounts
  Display devices and their troubleshooting Windows 7 authentication and authorization
  Peripherals and input devices and their
troubleshooting
Managing Direct Access
  Adapter cards Remote connections
  Laptops and their troubleshooting Managing Bit Locker
  Printers (Dot Matrix, Inkjet and LaserJet)
and their troubleshooting
Windows 7 Mobility
  Operating System Support Skills Updating Windows 7
  Operating Systems basic Monitoring performance
  Introduction to Windows XP and installation Recovery and backup
  Pre-installation checks, Installation of Windows
Vista
Antivirus software installation and updates
  Pre-installation checks, Installation of Windows 7
and migration from XP/ Vista
System utilities and partition magic
  Using command line utilities    
  Working with system images    
  Deploying system images    
  Managing devices    
       

MODULE-3 (Computer Networks)

 

Networking Essentials

 

Windows Server 2008 Administration:

    Overview of networking   Configuring and managing the DHCP Server role
  Overview of networking components   Configuring and managing the DNS Server role
  Networking hardware   Configuring Routing and Remote Access
(RRAS) and wireless networking
  Transmission media   Configuring file services
  LAN topologies   Configuring print services
  Structured cabling   Maintaining and updating Windows Server 2008
  Networking technologies   Securing data transmission and authentication
  802 standards   Maintaining network health
  Media access   Maintaining Windows Server 2008 file services
  Network protocols   Overview of active directory domain services
  Networking devices   Implementing active directory
  TCP/IP services and applications   Working with active directory sites
  IP addressing   Global catalogue and Flexible Single
Master Operations (FSMO) roles
  Automatic IP address configuration   Active directory administration
  Client Server systems   Security planning and administrative delegation
  Network servers   Introduction to group policy
  WANs and remote connectivity   Configuring the user and computer environment
using group policy
 

NOS and working on the Internet:

  Performing software installation with group policy
  WAN technologies   Planning a group policy management and
implementation strategy
  Remote connectivity   Planning for server management
  Network security   Monitoring and maintaining servers
 

Testing and troubleshooting networks:

  Planning application and data provisioning
  Network performance monitoring   Planning for business continuity and
high availability
  Wireless networking      

MODULE-4 (CCNA)

 

Modules-4

In this module, you will learn:
To set up network using Cisco devices,
To configure Cisco devices, Help desk operations,
Develop Customer Service concepts.

Linux Administrations:

 

Implementing Cisco Networks:

Linux partitions
  Internetworking overview Package Managment
  IP addressing LVM Management
  Assembling and cabling Cisco devices Quota Management
  Router fundamentals Hardware Mounting
  Basic router configuration Linux Networking
  IP routing Linux sharing with windows
  Routing protocols Linux Permissions
  BBasic IP traffic management with
access control lists
Special Permissions Special Permissions
  Establishing serial point-to-point connection

Linux Network & Security:

  Establishing frame relay connection Yum Server
  Nat/pat Yum Client
  Catalyst switch operation DHCP
  Virtual LAN SAMBA
  VPN (ipsec and ssl) Apache Web Server
  Ipv6 Telnet
  Wireless LAN FTP
 

Linux Essential:

NFS
  Linux history NFS Installations
  Linux Environment  
  Linux Installations    
  Linux Help    
  Linux Commands    
  Vi editor    
         
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