B.Sc. Networking Technologies

Dec. 8, 2016, 2:33 p.m.

Bachelor of Science in Networking Technologies is an undergraduate Networking course. The course helps to provide in-depth conceptual understanding and knowledge of the best technology in networking (wired/wireless), security and voice solutions. It also helps to train students on how to design, build, troubleshoot and secure triple play borderless computer networks. The curriculum focuses on enriching the employability skills of an individual in context to the telecommunication & networking industry. The course provides an exposure to key emerging areas of networking technologies such as wireless and mobile networks, ad-hoc networks, and digital forensics. The duration of the course is three years and after passing it students have many options in various fields.

How is B.Sc. Networking Technologies Course Beneficial?

  • The program equips the learner with the technical skills required of networking engineers in the field and provides vital exposure to real-life case scenarios and industry environment. 
  • Course is beneficial to be equipped for a successful career in network support or programming. 
  • Candidates will be well placed to develop a career as a high-level network designer or administrator.
  • Graduates can occupy a wide variety of roles in engineering consultancies, manufacturing, aircraft design and manufacture, automotive and railway engineering, steel manufacturing, naval engineering, water companies and the nuclear fuels industry.

Eligibility   

  • Students who have successfully passed 12th Standard/HSC/10+2 (or equivalent Level of Examination) from any recognized Board.

Syllabus

Syllabus of Networking Technologies as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.

Year I

Sr. No.

Subjects of Study

1

Language (Tamil/Hindi/French/Telugu/Kanada/Malayalam)

2

English Prose and Composition

3

Operating System and Desktop Applications

4

Computer Hardware and Networking Technologies

5

Network Operating Systems

Year II

1

Configuring Windows Server 2008 Active Directory

2

Designing and Configuring Exchange 2007

3

Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Network

4

Designing and Administering Cisco Internetworks Infrastructure

5

Designing and Implementing Wi-Fi and VoIP Networks

Year III

1

Information Security and Ethical Hacking

2

Configuring Electronic Security Systems in IT Networks

3

Customer Relationship Management

4

Management Skills for an IT Environment

5

Management Process and Organisation Behaviour

6

Project and Viva-voce

B.Sc. Networking Technologies Colleges

  • Suryadatta College of Management and Information Technology - SCMIT, Pune
  • Insoft Institute of IT and Management, Noida
  • College of Computer Science and Information Technology - COCSIT, Latur
  • Himalayan University, Itanagar

Employment Areas

  • Colleges & Universities
  • Software Development Companies
  • Hospitals
  • System Design Companies
  • Banks
  • Hardware Manufacturing Companies

Job Types

  • Technical/Desktop Support Engineer
  • Network Support
  • Network Engineer
  • Software Engineer
  • Network Applications Programmer
  • Customer Support
  • Web/Multimedia Manager
  • Webmaster
  • Programming Team Member
  • Computer Network Support
  • Technical Writer
  • Computer Sales Representative
  • Teacher & Professor

 



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