Hardware & Networking

NIIT introduces a Diploma programme in Hardware and Networking domain which is amongst the highest paying and fastest growing domain in IT sector. Significant talent shortage in the Networking space has opened up multiple career options for aspiring students and professionals. Now master Desktop and Networking skills with India's biggest IT Trainer.

Available Courses

Introduction

In a constantly evolving IT industry, there is no more place for a generalist. With multiple job roles to fill, a specialist is the need of the hour and GNIIT is here to make you one. IT Infrastructure is the backbone of today's corporations and GNIIT will teach you to efficiently handle and troubleshoot the hardware and networking sections of such infrastructures. With field specialization and a one year paid experience as part of the curriculum, you can imagine the power you will hold over your peers.

Audience

Programs for College Students

Pre-requisites

Students should have appeared for, or cleared Class 12, in 2013; or currently be in 1st year/2nd year of college in any stream.

Exit Profile

System Administrator

Semester Details

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Personal Computing and Networking Essentials

Course Description
  • Identify components & working of a PC
  • Identify new age computing devices such as Mobiles, Tabs, Ultra Notebooks etc
  • Identify the requirements for connecting and working on the Internet
  • Search specific content on the Internet
  • Identify various ways of representing numbers in computers
  • Identify network technologies
  • Identify and explain network media and their use
  • Understand and explain topologies
  • Identify standards & protocols
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Personal Productivity Tools

Course Description
  • Create and manage documents, worksheets & presentations
  • Use templates to automate document creation
  • Analyze Data Using PivotTables, Slicers, and PivotCharts
  • Customize tables and charts
  • Create customized formats with Styles and Themes
  • Adding SmartArt Graphics & special effects to a Presentation
  • Automate tasks using Mail Merge & Macros
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Logic Building and Effective Problem Solving

Course Description
  • Identify input and output requirements of a computer problem
  • Define programs and programming languages
  • Identify various tools used in problem solving
  • Solve problems using flowcharts & pseudocode
  • Use the dry run table
  • Use variables and constants
  • Define data types & use operators
  • Perform conditional execution & identify repetitive processes
  • Work with arrays
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Object-Oriented Programming with C#

Course Description
  • Identify features and phases of the object-oriented approach
  • Implement encapsulation and polymorphism in C# by using the various access specifiers
  • Identify and use operators including arithmetic, assignment, unary, comparison, and logical operators
  • Use decision-making constructs and loop constructs
  • Implement structures, enumerations, arrays and collections
  • Describe the various types of relationship such as inheritance, composition, utilization, and instantiation
  • Use various stream classes to implement file handling
  • Develop single and multithreaded applications
  • Explain and use delegates and events
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Information Search and Analysis Skills

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Database Programming with Relational Database Management Systems

Course Description
  • Define DBMS architecture, database design life cycle and methodology
  • Describe types of data models
  • Create an entity-relationship model
  • Define normalization and de-normalization
  • Create logical & physical database design
  • Define Structured Query Language (SQL)
  • Write SELECT queries to retrieve data
  • Group and summarize data by using Transact-SQL
  • Query data using Joins and Subqueries
  • Implement indexes, views, and full-text search
  • Implement stored procedures and functions
  • Implement triggers and transaction
  • Implement managed code and message-based communication
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Information Analysis and Data Reporting Techniques

Course Description
  • Performing calculations with advanced formula
  • Organizing worksheet and table data
  • Writing VBA code to manipulate excel objects
  • Creating and modify charts
  • Analyzing data using Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts
  • Inserting graphic objects and enhance workbooks
  • Designing and creating a portal site
  • Organizing and manage business data on portal sites
  • Collaborating with others using workbooks and audit worksheets
  • Working with multiple workbooks and import and export data
  • Using Excel with the web and structure workbooks with XML
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Introduction to App Development

Course Description
  • Understand the application development life cycle
  • Explore GUI models of.NET Framework
  • Create a GUI application
  • Build a UI for an application
  • Customize the appearance of a GUI application
  • Understand the .NET event model
  • Bind UI controls to data sources
  • Gather, design and evaluate techniques in interaction design
  • Identify various debugging tools, testing strategies, and deployment techniques
  • Configure and deploy GUI applications
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Professional Skills-I

Course Description
  • Use awareness of his/her ability and competence in achieving goals set for him/herself
  • Identify the markers of personality and apply them to create a good first impression
  • Master and apply correct social mannerisms
  • Display an appreciation of cultural differences
  • Apply the fundamentals of effectively participating in a Group Discussion
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Project (on Previous Semester Skills)

Course Description

Semester Project

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Professional Skills-II

Course Description
  • Communicate more confidently and effectively through responses to non-verbal cues and the use of appropriate gestures
  • Use different communication styles based on the situation
  • Demonstrate appropriate listening skills, build rapport and strengthen relationships
  • Apply and reiterate what is learnt through group discussions
  • Solve aptitude questions
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Project (on Previous Semester Skills)

Course Description

Semester Project

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Assembling and Configuring a PC

Course Description
  • Install and Configure PC Components
  • Diagnose, Troubleshoot, and Optimize PC and its components
  • Understand the different types of operating systems
  • Secure the desktop PC ·Implement green IT best practices
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Installing, Troubleshooting and Configuring a Windows Client

Course Description
  • Install, configure, manage, and troubleshoot the Windows Client operating system
  • Configure disks, partitions, volumes, and device drivers to enable a Windows client computer
  • Configure network connectivity on a Windows client
  • Secure, optimize and maintain the performance and reliability of a Windows client
  • Configure mobile computing and remote access settings for a Windows client
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Enterprise Business Desktop Deployment

Course Description
  • Understand the desktop deployment life-cycle in an enterprise
  • Identify the tools and technologies used in desktop deployment
  • Identify, analyze, and mitigate the hardware compatibility issues
  • Evaluate deployment methods and select the appropriate method
  • Plan and deploy the desktops
  • Plan and migrate user data and settings in desktop migration
  • Understand the applications and updates deployment methods
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Protocols and Internetworking Standards

Course Description
  • Identify the basic components of network theory
  • Identify the major network communications methods
  • Identify network data delivery method
  • List and describe network media and hardware components
  • Identify the components of a TCP/IP network implementation
  • Identify the major services deployed on TCP/IP networks
  • Identify major issues and technologies in network security
  • Plan and design a network by using a systematic design methodology
  • Identify the components of a remote network implementation
  • Identify major issues and technologies in disaster recovery
  • Identify major data storage technologies and implementations
  • Identify the primary network operating systems
  • Explore tools, methods, and techniques used in managing and troubleshooting a network
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Server Fundamentals

Course Description
  • Introduction to servers systems and system processing core
  • Explore the storage subsystem
  • Explore the communication, power, and input/output subsystems
  • Install, configure, and maintain server components
  • Upgrade server components
  • Explore environmental issues surrounding servers
  • Explore disaster recovery concepts and techniques
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Installing and Configuring Windows Server OS

Course Description
  • Install and configure Windows server to build a network infrastructure
  • Configure and troubleshoot Domain Name Services and Windows Internet Naming Services
  • Configure and troubleshoot DHCP, RRAS, NPS, NAP, and IPSec services
  • Configure and manage server storage and distributed file system
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Professional Skills - III

Course Description
  • Write an attractive resume
  • Handle interviews effectively and with ease
  • Solve aptitude questions and participate in group discussions in a mock professional scenario
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Project (on Previous Semester Skills)

Course Description

Semester Project

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Professional Practice-1

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Professional Practice-2

Course Description

Protocols and Internetworking Standards

Introduction

With computers slowly turning into our extended limbs, it has become necessary to question our knowledge about it. As the name clearly explains, the 'Installing, Configuring and Troubleshooting Desktop Hardware and Software' program is your ticket to independant, quick and effective handling of computers. The program offers a working knowledge of computer operating systems, peripheral security, printers, network connections and security components, putting you at par with professional technicians.

Audience

Working Professional

Pre-requisites

Graduate/Final Year Undergraduate in any streamSelection Criteria: Based on Diploma Front Office Test.

Exit Profile

At the end of Diploma in Hardware and Networking program, the students will be able to: Assemble, configure, and troubleshoot PCs. Install, configure and troubleshoot Windows 7. Deploy Windows 7 and Microsoft Office in a given environment. Manage and troubleshoot the network in corporate and home environment. Use English language flexibly and effectively for professional purposes, within and outside the job. Understand and respond to requirements related to employability.

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Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Desktop Hardware & Software

Course Description
  • Identify the components of standard desktop personal computers
  • Identify fundamental components and functions of personal computer operating systems
  • Identify best practices followed by professional personal computer technicians
  • Install and configure computer components
  • Install and configure system components
  • Maintain and troubleshoot peripheral components
  • Troubleshoot system components
  • Install and configure operating systems
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot Microsoft Windows operating system
  • Identify network technologies
  • Install and manage network connections
  • Support laptops and portable computing devices
  • Support printers
  • Identify personal computer security concepts
  • Support personal computer security
Introduction

MIND or Managing Interconnected Network Devices is an intrinsic part of Network Services which needs to be imparted structurally to students. PMIND is a comprehensive program that imparts a practical and experimental learning experience to students. This program also has Cisco modules which enable students to take a CCNA certification. All in all, if you're looking for a trajectory into Infrastructure Management Services, PMIND is your path.

Audience

Program for College Students

Pre-requisites
  • Able to interact in English in a classroom environment
  • Knowledge of IT Fundamentals and
  • Familiar with basic computer parts and associated components
Exit Profile

Network Administrator

Course Name

CompTIA Network+(2009 Objectives)

Course Description
  • Identify Standards and Protocols
  • Identify Ethernet Standards
  • Identify the Need for Internetworking
  • Use Networking Technologies
  • Identify the Limitations of Networking Technologies
  • Understand Switch Basics and Switching Networks
  • Configure VPN and VLAN
  • Understand Wireless Technologies and Standards
  • Use Firewalls and Switch Segregation
  • Design a Simple Local Area Network
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Introduction to Internetworking Devices

Course Description
  • Build a Simple Serial Network and a Smarter Network
  • Manage Network Environment
  • Ensure the Reliability of Data Delivery
  • Operate and Configure IOS Devices
  • Classify Devices and Functions in the OSI Model
  • Use the Data Communications Transmission Method
  • Solve Ethernet Networking Issues Using Switched LAN Technology
  • Select Topology and Network Addressing Scheme
  • Identify the Types of Transport Protocols (TCP or UDP) and the IP Application
  • Identify the Fundamental Technologies in a WAN Environment
  • Configure and Troubleshoot Routers and Switches
  • Use Router as a DHCP Server
  • Configure and Troubleshoot RIP
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Interconnecting Networking Devices in a Heterogeneous Environment

Course Description
  • Configure the Different Types of Switches
  • Configure and Troubleshooting Virtual LANs (VLANs)
  • Configure and Troubleshooting IGRP, EIGRP, and OSPF
  • Configure IP Access Lists on a Router
  • Configure Serial Interfaces Using PPP and HDLC on a Router
  • Configure Frame Relay on a Router
  • Configure DDR Between Two Routers with BRI or PRI Using a Router
  • Set Up a Connection Between Switches
  • Build a Switch-Based Network