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					                          HARDWARE & NETWORKING
                     DURATION: 2 YEARS DIPLOMA COURSE




ELIGIBILITY: 10+2 standards AND ABOVE

CURRICULUM: MCSE, CCNP (CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE), MCITP
(MICROSOFT CERTIFIED IT PROFESSIONAL), CCNA (CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK
PROFFESSIONAL), A+, N+(A PREREQUISITE TO QUALIFY FOR CORPORATE AND
VENDOR-SPECIFIC TRAINING)

     Mastering Hardware Technology (CompTIA A+)

        Introduction to Computers, Analog/Digital computers, Mainframe, Midi, Mini, Micro computers, Number
         Systems – Decimal, Binary, Hexadecimal

        Logic Gates – NOT, OR, AND, NAND, NOR, EX-OR with truth tables
        Van Neumann Block Diagram of the computer
        Components required for assembling a computer
        Introduction to motherboard components
        Processors and their features, Socket/Slot nos.
        Memories – ROM, RAM, types and functions, SIMM/DIMM
        Cache, Conventional/Extended Memory, Parity/ECC RAM
        Chipsets – MCH/ICH, Slots – PC/ISA/EISA/VESA/PCI/AGP/CNR/AMR, Ports –
         Serial/Parallel/USB/PS2/Firmware
        Crystal, Battery, CMOS Chip, IRQ/DMA/Bus Mastering, IRQ/DMA Assignments
        CMOS Setup Configuration
        HDD/FDD – Geometry, Access Time, Read/Write Principle, Areal Density, LBA, Master/Slave/Cable
         Select jumper settings and drive letter assignments
        HDD Types – Winchester, ESDI. IDE, EIDE, SCSI, SATA, FDD Types – 360/1.2/720/1.44/2.88 MB
         drives
        File systems – FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, Fragmentation, Partitioning, MBR, PBR, Boot Sequence of a
         machine
        HDD Partitioning using FDISK, DM, PM
        Introduction to OS, WinXP/2000 Boot Process, Installation, Multibooting
        Working with the Win98/XP GUI/CLI
        M/B driver installation for Audio, Video, LAN, USB, Modem Chipset etc.,
         Third-Party Application Software loading – MS-office, WinZip, Win Amp,
                                                                                        KNOWLEDGE PARTNER
         Adobe Acrobat, DAP, etc
        CD/DVD drives, types and working principle, Tape/Zip/MO/Pen Drives etc.
                                                                                        TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY
        Power Supplies, voltages and connectors
        Power protection equipment – UPS, Line Conditioners, and Spike
         Suppressors
        Video Cards and Monitors, types, resolutions, working principles, AGP benefits
        Printers types and working principles, Modems types and working principles
        Installing Printers and Scanners
          Installing Internal/External Modems
          Outlook Express configuration and backup
          Installing Webcams, Joysticks, Wireless Keyboard/Mouse, TV Tuner Cards, External Video Cards
          Introduction to Linux, Linux partitions – native, swap, boot, Linux installation
          Working in Linux CLI/GUI, File System Commands, partitioning and mounting commands
          Troubleshooting – Hardware, OS, CLI/GUI utilities, Multiboot issues and MBR Recovery in
           Windows/Linux
          Third-Party Troubleshooting/Optimization/Anti-Virus Tools, e.g. Norton System Tools, etc., Virus
           working principles


Cisco Certified Network Associate exam. MODULE



    Describe how a network works
    Configure, verify and troubleshoot a switch with VLANs and interswitch
     communications
    Implement an IP addressing scheme and IP Services to meet network requirements
     in a medium-size Enterprise branch office network
    Configure, verify, and troubleshoot basic router operation and routing on Cisco
     devices
    Explain and select the appropriate administrative tasks required for a WLAN
    Identify security threats to a network and describe general methods to mitigate those
     threats
    Implement, verify, and troubleshoot NAT and ACLs in a medium-size Enterprise
     branch office network
    Implement and verify WAN links
Fundamentals of Networking (CompTIA Network+ Certification)


      Introduction to components of Network Theory, Network Communication Methods and Data Delivery
       Methods
      OSI Reference Model and DOD Model
      Physical Layer Functions and Devices.
      MAC Layer Functions – Hardware Addressing, Logical Topology.
      LLC Layer Functions – Error Detection, Flow Control, Ethernet 802.2 Frame
      Layer 2 and Layer 3 Devices, Network Media and Hardware Components
      Network Layer Addressing– Logical Addressing, IP Addresses, Public/Private Addresses, FLSM Subnetting
      Network Layer Functions - Routing, Packet Switching, Congestion Control, Function of ARP in a Network
       and an Internetwork
      Transport Layer Functions – Error Correction, Flow Control, Reliability, Port Numbers, Connection-Oriented
       and Connectionless Protocols
   Session Layer Functions, Presentation Layer Functions and Application Layer Functions
   WinXP Peer-to-Peer Networking, File and Print Sharing
   Major issues and Technologies in Disaster Recovery
   Major Data Storage Technologies and Implementations
   Local Security Policy, Net-meeting, Remote Desktop Connection
   Network Troubleshooting CLI/GUI utilities
   WinXP Internet Connection Sharing, Third-party Proxy servers, e.g., WinProxy, AnalogX

				
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