Advanced Diploma In Computer Hardware And Networking (ADCHN)

The course is useful for Networking Professionals, System Administrators, Installers and End users, Engineering Graduates will benefit more by attending the workshop also.

Course Duration: 12 Months

Advanced Diploma In Computer Hardware And Networking Includes Following Topic:

Level 1: Computer Hardware

  • Information to working principle of devices
  • Memory
  • Mother board
  • Power supply
  • Assembling, dis-assembling of pc
  • Cmos/bios study
  • Operating system and software installation
  • Configuring cards and devices
  • Dual operating system installation
  • Error identification
  • Trouble shooting
  • Virus protection & scanning

Level 2: Advance Computer Hardware And Internet

  • Complete Internet
  • File Systems Conversion
  • Disk Quota, Data Compression, Encryption
  • Partitions Management
  • Virtual Machines
  • Raid access of Harddisk
  • Disaster protection and Data Recovery

Level 3: Computer Networking

  • Introduction to Networking
  • Cabling topology
  • Protocols TCP/IP
  • Windows Firewall Settings
  • Different types of modems
  • Remote access
  • Internet Sharing
  • Performance management
  • Using Offline Files
  • Networking under windows 2000
  • Server client network
  • Active Directory Installation
  • Event Viewer
  • Internetworking and internet utilities
  • Layers of Networking

Level 4: Advance Computer Networking

  • Profiles Roaming/ Local
  • DHCP and DNS
  • MAC Address
  • Local Security Policies
  • Active Directory User Properties
  • MMC intro and Use
  • Terminal Services

Level 5: Computer Networking

  • Installation of LINUX Dual OS
  • KDE and GNOME
  • Managing users and Groups
  • Access Linux from Command Line Interface,
  • File Access Permissions (FAP)
  • Terminals & Run Levels of LINUX
  • Root Password Recovery, GRUB

Level 6: Basic Electronics (Electronic Components)

  • Resistance
  • Capacitor
  • Diode
  • Transformer
  • Coils
  • Transistor

Level 7: Computer Fundamentals & Digital Electronics

  • Introduction
  • Basic Computer Organization
  • Number Systems
  • Computer Codes
  • Computer Arithmetic