CDAC PG Diploma In Advanced Computing (PG-DAC)

The Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Computing (PG-DAC) is the flagship programme of ACTS. The course is targeted towards engineers and IT professionals who wish to venture into the domain of advanced computing. The course aims to groom the students to enable them to work on current technology scenarios as well as prepare them to keep pace with the changing face of technology and the requirements of the growing IT industry. The course curriculum has been designed keeping in view the emerging trends in advanced computing as well as the contemporary and futuristic human resource requirements of the ICT industry. The entire course syllabus, course ware, teaching methodology and the course delivery have been derived from the rich research and development background of C-DAC. The depth and width of the course is unique in the industry covering a wide spectrum of requirements of the ICT industry. Running successfully for more than twenty eight years, PG-DAC course has yielded more than quarter million students, who are well positioned in the industry today.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Graduate in Engineering (10+2+4 or 10+3+3 years) in IT / Computer Science / Electronics / Telecommunications / Electrical / Instrumentation, OR MSc/MS (10+2+3+2 years) in Computer Science, IT, Electronics with Mathematics in 10+2, OR
  • Graduate in any discipline of Engineering, OR
  • MCA, MCM, OR
  • Post Graduate Degree in Physics / Mathematics / Statistics, OR
  • Post Graduate Degree in Management with graduation in IT / Computer Science / Computer Applications .
  • The candidates must have secured a minimum of 50% marks in their qualifying examination.

Fees Structure

The total fees of the course is Rs. 76,500/- plus Goods and Service Tax (GST) currently 18%.

The course fees has to be paid in two installment as per the schedule.
  • First installment is Rs. 10,000/- plus Goods and Service Tax (GST) currently 18%.
  • Second installment is Rs. 66,500/- plus Goods and Service Tax (GST) currently 18%.

Syllabus & Content

Concepts of Programming & Operating System (66 Hours)  
Getting Started, Variables & Methods, Operators, Conditional and Looping Statements, Objects, Arrays, Introduction to OS, Introduction to Linux, Shell Programming, Processes, Signals, Threads, Memory, management, Virtual Memory, Deadlock, Inter process communication.

Object Oriented Programming with Java (104 Hours)  
Features of Java, JVM Architecture, Primitive data types, Object Oriented Programming Concepts, Interfaces, Arrays, Garbage collection, Wrapper Classes and String Class, Exception Handling, & java.nio Package, Object Class & java.util Package, Collections, MultiThreading, Synchronization, Inner Class, Lambada Expression.

Algorithms and Data Structures Using Java (82 Hours)  

Problem Solving & Computational Thinking, Algorithms & Data, Structures, Basic Data Structures, Linked List Data Structures, Recursion, Trees & Applications, Searching Algorithms, Sorting Algorithms, Hash Functions and Hash Tables, Graph & Applications, Algorithm Designs, Analysis of different type of Algorithms, Data Structure Implementation and Applications.

 Database Technologies (72 Hours)  
DBMS, MySQL, Database Design, Entity-Relationship Diagram, Codd’s 12 rules for RDBMS, SQL, Categories of SQL Commands, Normalization, MySQL Data Types, Database Constraints, SQL Functions & Operators, Joins, Subquery, Views, Indexes, ACID Properties, Stored Procedures, Cursors, Triggers, Introduction to NoSQL, MongoDB, Introduction to Big Data.

Web Programming Technologies (108 Hours)  
Architecture of Web, HTML, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), JavaScript, jQuery, JSON & Ajax, Node.js, Node.js Asynchronous Programming, Node.js Modules, Introduction to Express, React, Introduction to React-Redux, Responsive Web Design & Web Security.

Web-based Java Programming (100 Hours)  
J2EE Overview, Servlets, JSP, Sessions, JDBC & Transaction Management, Hibernate Framework, Spring Framework, Spring Boot, Spring Data Module, Spring AOP, Building REST Services with Spring, Testing in Spring, Securing Web Application with Spring Security.

 Microsoft.Net Technologies (84 Hours)  
.Net Framework, Visual Studio, C# Basics, Interfaces, Indexers, Generic classes, Collections, Delegates, Lambdas, Error Handling (Exceptions Handling), LINQ to objects, PLINQ, Files I/O and Streams, Threading

Asp.Net MVC, MVC State Management, MVC Module, Data Management with ADO.NET, Understanding Routing & Request Life Cycle, Layouts, Bundle, Minification, MVC Security, Entity Framework, Understanding ASP.Net MVC Core, Windows Communication Foundation, Web APIs.

Software Development Methodologies (84 Hours)  
Git, Software Engineering, Software Development Life Cycle, Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Agile development model, Introduction to Atlassian Jira, Microservices, API gateway, DevOps, Containerization, Docker, YAML, Kubernetes, Software testing, Quality Assurance vs Quality Control vs Testing, STLC and V Model, Manual testing, Automation testing, Selenium , Jenkins, Introduction to Cloud, Cloud architecture, Service models: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, Deployment models: Private, Public, Hybrid, Introduction to AWS.

General Aptitude (32 Hours)  
Percentage, Profit & Loss, Ratio & Proportion, Average, Mixture & Alligation, Simple Interest & Compound Interest, Number Systems , Series, Cyclicity & Remainders, Data Interpretation, Syllogism, Coding & Decoding, Blood Relations, Seating Arrangements (Linear & Circular), Ages, Puzzles, Time, Speed & Distance, Trains, Boats & Streams, Time & Work, Wages (Man days), Pipes & Cisterns, Clocks, Permutations & Combinations, Probability, Calendar.

Effective Communication (48 Hours)  
Fundamentals of Communication, The Art of Communication, Personality Development, English Grammar, Correct Usage of English, Common Mistakes in English Communication, Listening Skills, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Public Speaking, Presentation Skills, Group Discussions, Interpersonal Skills, Personal Interviews.

Project (120 Hours)  
In addition to the specific subject knowledge, the Software Project module attempts to put into practice a number of things that the students have learned during the PG-DAC course, such as:

•     Ability to work in a team

•     Software development methodology and principles

•     Good programming practices

•     Technical reporting and presentation.

The Software Project module is divided in three phases.

I – SRS Phase:

Tasks: Requirements gathering, feasibility study and project thinking.

II – Design Phase:

Tasks: Software design and project plan.

III – Development Phase:

Tasks: Coding and testing of the software system/application.

Course Outcome

After completion of course students will be able to acquire the following skills:
  • Use technologies to access and interpret information effectively 
  • Apply their analytical skills to investigate unfamiliar problems using web technologies like HTML 5.0, CSS, Java Script, Jquery, Angular JS 
  • Use quantitative data confidently and competently
  • Use communication technologies competently
  • Understand the multi-tier architecture of web-based enterprise applications using. Enterprise JavaBeans. Integrate Servlets, JSPs with EJB and Databases in J2EE application
  • Understand .net architecture, develop and maintain the application

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