Sunday, May 1, 2016

Web Design & Development Courses in Delhi/Gurgaon




Web design and development has been one of the fastest growing sections of the Information Technology industry since the mid ‘90s. This growth has been fueled by businesses wanting to sell products and services to their customers and to automate workflow, as well as the growth of many web design and web development companies.

Professionals in web design and web development plan, design and create content delivered through websites via the internet and displayed by web browsers like Internet Explorer, Netscape and more. Web Designers are responsible for conceptualizing the creative aspect of the website design, as well as how it functions. They work with graphics software such as Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator and Macromedia Flash.

Hardware & Networking Courses in Delhi/Gurgaon

 Hardware and Networking is a vast field in India .computer hardware and networking was not considered as a very lucrative career option in India but currently, IT, computer hardware and networking courses are gaining much popularity among the students in India.
The course duration will vary as per the level of the course. The goal of the hardware courses is to offer practical knowledge about the hardware and networking domain so that the students are capable enough to handle real time situations.

CCNA Courses in Delhi/Gurgaon


The CCNA stands for Cisco Certified Network Associate. The certificate validates a professional’s ability to understand, configure, operate, configure and troubleshoot medium-level switched and routed networks and also includes the verification and implementation of connections via remote sites using WAN.

Personality Development and Engineering Ethics Training in Gurgaon

These days media often talks about poor quality of graduates coming out of engineering colleges.  The rising number of unemployed engineers in India clearly indicates that the majority of engineering graduates lack the basic employability skills. The reason is the management of most of the engineering colleges seems to focus more on academic contents plus infrastructure provision provided and at times on academic staff profiles, rather than personality development aspect needed for students to be an 'Engineer'.