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    • Embedded system course details (40 hrs) (RS.17500)C Programming 1.1 Constants, Variables, Data types, Operators & Expressions 1.2 Input/output, branching and Looping 1.3 Arrays and Strings 1.4 Functions 1.5 Structures and Unions 1.6 Pointers8051 Microcontroller & 2.1 ArchitecturePIC Microcontroller 2.2 Timers/Counters 2.3 Interrupts 2.4 Serial CommunicationExploring IDE (RIDE and 3.1 Memory configurationsMPLAB) 3.2 Local Memory Model specifications 3.3 Developing an Application using IDEIntroduction to C 4.1 Basic C Program StructureProgramming for 4.2 Differences from ANSI CMicrocontroller 4.3 In-System Programming Technologies and MethodsProgramming 5.1 I/O PortsMicrocontroller using C & 5.2 Seven SegmentHardware Interface– Part I 5.3 LCD 5.4 Interrupts 5.5 Timer / Counter 5.6 Serial Communication 5.7 ADC/DAC 5.8 Keypad 5.9 Motor Control 5.10 Stepper Control 5.11 PWM MethodProgramming 6.1 Using FunctionsMicrocontroller using C – 6.2 Embedding Assembly Language Statements in C ProgramsPart II 6.3 LCD InterfacingProtocols 7.1 I2C (Inter Integrated circuits) 7.2 SPI (serial peripheral Interface) 7.3 CAN (Control Area Network)
    • JAVA COURSE DETAILS (40 Hrs) (RS.13,500)CORE JAVA Introduction to OOPS Introduction to Java and SDE Language Fundamentals and Operators Wrapper Classes, Selection Statements and Iteration Blocks Access Specifiers, Constructors and Methods Inheritance, Interfaces and Abstract Classes Exception Handling Strings, String Buffer and its functions Collections and Util package Threads I/O operations in JAVA JDBC Garbage Collection Overview of Annotation Updating in JDK 1.6ADVANCE JAVA Introduction to HTML Frames and Tables Form Elements Introduction to JavaScript Introduction to Ajax Servlet JSP Custom Tags & Libraries Struts Framework Ver 2.x Spring Framework Ver 3.0 Hibernate J2EEServlet Web Application Basics. Architecture and challenges of Web Application. Introduction to servlet Servlet life cycle Developing and Deploying Servlets Exploring Deployment Descriptor (web.xml). Handling Request and Response Initializing a Servlet Accessing Database Servlet Chaining Session Tracking & Management Dealing with cookies Transferring Request Accessing Web Context Passing INIT and CONTEXT Parameter Sharing information using scope object
    • Controlling concurrent access User Authentication Filtering Request and Response Programming Filter Filter Mapping Servlet ListenersJava Server Pages Basic JSP ArchitectureTechnology Life Cycle of JSP (Translation, compilation) JSP Tags and Expressions Role of JSP in MVC-2 JSP with Database JSP Implicit Objects Tag Libraries JSP Expression Language (EL) Using Custom Tag JSP Capabilities: • Exception Handling • Session Management • Directives JSP with Java BeanEnterprise JAVA Beans Enterprise Bean overview Types of enterprise beans Advantages of enterprise beans The Life Cycles of Enterprise Beans Working with Session Beans Statefull vs. Stateless Session Beans Working with Entity Beans Message Driven BeansAwareness to Other J2EE Java MailTechnologies JTA Web Services JMS ANT Log4J JSF Hibernate Struts Framework Spring Framework Design Pattern .NET COURSE (40 Hrs) (RS.13, 500)
    • Framework 3.5Introduction .NetFramework 1. Windows Application 2. Web Application 3. Web Services Windows Application  Vb.net  C#.net Web Application  Asp.net(C#)  Asp.net(Vb) Web Services  Vb.net  C#.netWindows Application (17 Hrs) 01: Getting Started 02: Expressions, Types, and Variables 03: Control Statements - Selection 04: Control Statements – Loops 05: Methods 06: Namespaces 07: Introduction to Classes 08: Class Inheritance 09: Polymorphism 10: Properties 11: Indexers 12: Structs
    • 13: Interfaces 14: Introduction to Delegates and Events 15: Introduction to Exception Handling 16: Using Attributes 17: Enums 18: Overloading Operators 19: Encapsulation 20: Controls 21: ADO.net 22. ReportsAsp.net (18 Hrs) Validation • Introduction • RequiredFieldValidator • CompareValidator • RangeValidator • RegularExpressionValidator • CustomValidator • More validation State • Cookies • Sessions • ViewState Misc • Sending e-mails ASP.NET & Ms Sql • Introduction • Getting started • First access • Databinding Ajax Controls
    • User Control Creating a UserControl Using a UserControl Events in UserControlsWeb services (5 Hrs) 1. Introduction 2. Create Web Services 3. Using in Windows Application 4. Using in Web Services