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Hardware and Networking+ Training

i3 Indya Technology is trying to built a reputation as a top global provider for quality computer education. offers a wide range of long-term and short-term IT courses catering to each individual’s unique requirements by using the best faculty with good experience in real time environment. Other than our comprehensive skill-based programmes for individuals, governments and corporates. This is a fast-paced introductory course to the HTML programming language. It is intended for those with little programming background, though prior programming experience will make it easier, and those with previous experience will still learn HTML-specific constructs and concepts. This course is offered during the Independent Activities Period (IAP), which is a special 4-week term at MIT that runs from the first week of January until the end of the month.


Through this course educators improve courses and curricula, making their schools more effective; students find additional resources to help them succeed; and independent learners enrich their lives and use the content to tackle some of our world’s most difficult challenges, including sustainable development, climate change, and cancer eradication. The best thing about this course is that, not only does it offer you comprehensive training for long period, but also gives you a on-the-job learning experience! This helps our students gain the latest learning and professional accreditations in the industry. For those who cannot devote long time to computer education, i3 Indya Technology even has many of short-term courses – that can enhance your computer skills and offer you i3 Indya Technology certification, no matter what your specific requirement.


The Goal of this Hardware & Networking Training course
is to teach students fundamentals of electronics and you can deal with the latest in computer technology. The Hardware & Networking course covers how to Indepth knowldge of all Computer Hardware PC Troubleshooting Assembling Windows installation How to removing virus without antivirus application that delivers dynamic content to our Compuer Stram.
The objective of the scheme is to generate quality manpower for computer hardware maintenance and networking by utilizing the facilities and expertise available with training institutes/ organizations in the non-formal sector


Course Objectives At the end of this Networking+ course, delegates will be able to:

What the students gain through the course?
So, the students completing the Advansed Course in HTML will be equipped with the needful technical skills concerning:

  • Evaluating

  • Developing

  • Implementing

  • Integrating

i3 Indya Technology Advanced Course in Networking+ serves the interests of practicing Visual Studio software engineers The course content of this Program is approved by the industry and Course Objectives At the end of this Networking+ course, delegates will be able to: software engineers The course content of this Program is approved by the industry and it Presents: :

  • Practical Lessons

    Practical lessons and techniques for use in designing, implementing, integrating, and testing software for modern Visual Studio.


    Describes what Networking+ is

    Describes what Networking+ is, what makes them different, and what Visual Studio Developers need to know to develop an Networking+ Project.

  • Multi-Objective Systems

    Provides the student with a life cycle view for designing multi-objective, multi-discipline Applications and Web sites.


    The Role of Networking+

    Imparts a solid understanding the role of Networking+ and Networking+ design and development in modern day's technology - enabled society.

Advance Course Content

  • Inttroduction
    • Network Basic
    • Networking Introduction
    • Defining Computer Networking
    • Point - to - Point Communication
    • Broadcast Communication
    • Topologies
    • Physical Topologies
    • Bus System
    • Star Networks
    • Rings Networks
    • Mesh Networks
    • Trees or Hierarchical Networks
    • Hybrid Topologies
    • Logical Topologies
    • Logical Daisy Chain Topologies
    • Logical Star Topology
    • Logical Mesh Topology
    • Recall
  • Architecture & Design
    • Network Architecture and topology
    • Point-to-Point
    • Physical Point-to-Point Connections
    • Virtual Point- to-point Connections
    • Packet Switched or Transient Connections
    • Switched Connections
    • Switched & Packet Networks
    • Bus Architectures
    • Network Segments
    • Collision Domains
    • Signal Termination
    • Connection Points
    • Peer-to-Peer Networks
    • Client-Server Networks
    • Multi- Tiered Networks
    • Thin Client/ Server
    • Terminal Servers
    • X Window Networks
    • Recall
  • Server and system
    • Defining of services
    • Response time
    • Throughput
    • Availability
    • Security
    • Quantifying performance
    • Performance relationships
    • Eliminating bottlenecks
    • Network modeling
    • Server upgrades
    • Recall
  • Routing, Switching and Bridging
    • Circuit seems Packet Switching
    • Layer 1 & Layer 2 Connection Devices
    • Passive Hubs Repeaters
    • Bridges
    • Routers
    • Control Plane
    • Forwarding Plane
    • Optimization Methods
    • Distance Vector Routing
    • The Bellman Ford Algorithm
    • Count to Infinity
    • Routing Information Protocol
    • Destination - Sequenced Distance Vector
    • Routing
    • Link State Routing
    • Open Shortest Path First
    • Intermediate System to Intermediate System Routing
    • Path Vector Routing
    • The Path Vector Example
    • The Border Gateway Protocol
    • Network Loops
    • The Spanning Tree Protocol
    • Node/Bridge Hierarchy
    • Network Segment Costs
    • Dynamic Optimization
    • Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
    • Onion Routers
    • Tor
    • Tor Client
    • Recall
    • Hidden Services
    • Gateways
    • Recall
  • Network Protocol
    • Net BIOS/ Net Bell
    • TCP/IP
    • ARP/ RARP
    • ICMP/IGMP
    • UDP
    • IPX/SPX
    • Recall
  • The network Stack
    • Standard development organization
    • Osi reference modal
    • How layers communicate
    • The physical layer
    • Data link layer
    • Network layer
    • Transport layer
    • Session layer
    • Presentation layer
    • Application layer
    • The TCP/IP Reference modal
    • Comparing the osi and tcp/ip Reference modal
    • Recall
  • Network Discovery and Mapping
    • Network Discovery
    • Node Advertisement
    • Browsing
    • Polling
    • Connections
    • Simple Network Management Protocol
    • Windows Management Instrumentation
    • Mapping
    • Recall
  • Network Discovery and Mapping
    • Beads Flow through a pipe of SYRUP
    • Signaling
    • Band% kith
    • Sampling Theory
    • Multiplexing
    • Time division Multiplexing
    • Frequency division Multiplexing
    • Other multiplexing technologies
    • Flow control
    • Traffic Engineering
    • Packet shapping
    • Leaky bucket algorithm
    • Token bucket algorithm
    • Quality of services
    • Recall
  • Transport Media
    • Wired Media
    • Wiring the physical plants
    • Twisted pair
    • Coaxial cable
    • Ethernet Wiring
    • Fiber optical cable
    • Attenuation and Dispersal
    • Physical description
    • Fiber optic networks
    • Wireless
    • Electromagnetic radiations
    • Information and transmission
    • Wireless connections
    • Radio links
    • Microwave links
    • Recall
  • Home Networks
    • Features of a Home Network
    • Broadband Connection
    • Wireless Connections
    • Wired Connections
    • Eithernet
    • Phone over Eitheenet
    • HomePlug Powerline
    • Home Plug Modulation
    • Frames and Sequences
    • Security
    • Home Network Servers
    • Recall

Eligibility: Diploma, B.E/B.Tech, M.Tech, M.sc (Electronics Branches)

Duration:
(Depend on Training:) 1 week, 2 weeks, 2 months, 6 Months...
(Depend on the Projects) 1 week, 2 weeks, 2 months, 6 Months...