12 Months online Program. Specially Designed for Working Professionals. Highly Qualified Industry Experienced Faculties. Discover the latest technology and industry trends.
This module focuses on interactive and non-interactive 2D and 3D graphics. This module studies the principles of creating and displaying 2D and 3D synthetic images. In this module, topics include geometric shapes, 3D visualization and projection, lighting and shading, color, and the use of one or more technologies and packages such as OpenGL and Blender.
In this module, the use of design software is introduced. Topics included design process (creative process, design and practice), architectural principles, constraints, object-oriented design principles and Program idioms will be discussed. This course will use a long-term project to give students real life hands-on experience and models from building software systems.
Students learn to use computing and multimedia for the film and media industry, the Internet and various production developments, audio and visual media, and film production skills. The media technology curriculum also focuses on creative research and understanding of science and technology.
The primary objective of the module is to teach the fundamental concepts and working details of distributed systems and the underlying technologies. Topics include distributed systems architectures, processes, communication and synchronization, consistency and replication, fault-tolerance and security.
You cover topics such as current and future Internet standards, programming networks, and securing the systems. We offer strong value through laboratory programs in software engineering and computer networks; Security lab work involves a special environment where attackers’ methods can be detected and stopped using special security tools.
This course focuses on the design and development of web applications using various models programming languages and tools. Students will be exposed to online applications walking development. Class projects include business-to-market (B2C) development and business-to-business (B2B) applications, among others.
Web Mining and Graph Analytics covers aspects of web mining, fundamentals of machine learning, text mining, clustering, and graph analysis. This includes learning the basics of machine learning algorithms, how to evaluate algorithm performance, feature management, content extraction, impact analysis, distance metrics, the basics of clustering algorithms etc.
Candidates will get a detailed explanation of the relationship process and how to do it. Module will also develop candidates’ knowledge of current topics and advances in interactive database systems, object-oriented programming and XML database systems. In addition, the candidates will have to check the new architectures for database management systems and further develop their understanding of the impact Emerging data security standards may contain resources provided by future data security controls system.
The software testing process consists of manual, automated and SQL testing as well as programming.
This program aims to develop students in the discipline of cybersecurity and includes theoretical knowledge and advanced skills in technology, communication information management and methods to ensure effective operations in the context of identification and mitigation a threat. Students develop highly practical skills in key areas such as programming, advanced databases, network and system administration, while providing theoretical knowledge in digital encryption and encryption.
At the end of this module, the student will acquire the soft skills necessary to work together and as a team player and will add value to any business / organization. The module will enhances the individual skill sets.
Expect approximately 6 hours of work per week. This may include lecture videos, readings, discussions and assessments.
Live sessions will take place according on different time zones.
The answer is No: no particular CS prerequisites are required before a student can apply to the PGDCS program (i.e., it is not required that a student have a CS or EE undergraduate degree in order to apply). You can be from any background, but a bachelor degree is required.
Yes, after completing a computer science pg diploma course, you will get a number of job opportunities in different positions at any IT company.
The Applicant should have a Graduation Degree.
Devoting 10-12 hours per week over a span of 5-6 months will be enough to get you through the program. The more time you devote, the greater will be your learning from the program.
No as such. But if student wants to add some certifications, we have some provision for them.
As an online student, you will have access to several types of support resources when you need help or guidance, beginning with new student orientation. Other services include a help desk for technical issues, a student services coordinator, financial aid advisers and more.
As the program is in online mode, so admission can be made throughout the year.
No, Its not required provided your schooling is in English.
The intended audience for the Program are: IT Professionals Data Professionals Data Scientists Professionals looking for a career shift into Computer Science Sector