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  1. 1. AWARDED AS “BEST IT AND EMBEDDED TRAINING COMPANY” BY BIG BRANDS ACADEMY IN 2011 CETPA INFOTECH PVT.LTD.Because Knowledge Matters ISO 9001: 2008 Certified (A Software & Embedded Development Company)ISO 9001: 2008 Certified PRESENTS 6 Months Project Based Training With Placement Assistance (Pay the Training Fee after 5 Days of Joining) In .NET, JAVA, Mechanical Designing, PHP, Oracle, Hardware Networking, Advanced Networking and Electronic Product Development (Embedded in 8051/ Embedded in PIC/ VHDL/ Verilog HDL) At ROORKEE, NOIDA & LUCKNOW Special Features First Learn 1. Pay the Training Fee after 5 days of the starting of the Training Program. Then Pay 2. Certificate of Honor to Top Performer from Each Technology. 3. Opportunity to participate in Campus Placement of Top Companies. 4. 100 GB Web Space & Software for Uploading the Website would be provided at just a cost of Rs.500/-only for CETPA Certified Students. 5. Learning Kit containing Book and CDs would be provided Free of Cost to the students of all the programs. 6. CETPA student Membership Card of $14 free of cost. 7. Batch Dates once selected may be changed prior to 7 days of starting of the batch. 8. Working on Live Project. Training Schedule: New Batches will be started from 6th & 20th Dec, 2011, 10th Jan, 30th Jan, 7th Feb, 21st Feb & 1st Mar, 2012. (Other dates may be offered for a group of students depending upon the availability) Training Fee:  Training Fee for .Net, PHP, Oracle, Hardware Networking and Advanced Networking: Rs. 10, 000/- [Including Registration Fee]  Training Fee for Java: Rs. 10, 000/- (for Core & Adv. Java); Rs.12, 000/- (for Core & Adv. Java with Struts, Spring & Hibernate) [Including Registration Fee]  Training Fee for Electronic Product Development: Rs. 15,000/- (for any two modules); Rs.20, 000/- (for any three modules) and Rs.25000/- (for all the four modules) [Including Registration Fee]  Training Fee for Mechanical Designing: Rs. 12, 000/- [Including Registration Fee]  Registration Fee for Training: Rs.500/-; Registration Fee for Food & Lodging: Rs.500/-  Food & Lodging Fee: Rs. 6, 000/- Per Month  Hardware Networking and Advanced Networking are only available at our Roorkee Campus. Both Weekdays & Weekend Batches Available Registration: Method 1: The registration fee may be paid by cash directly at any our campuses. Method 2: You can pay the Registration Fee by D.D. through Online Registration. For Online Registration, firstly a D.D. for the registration fee has to be made in favor of CETPA, payable at Roorkee. Then the participant should log on to our website, and fill the Online Registration Form for Six Months Training. After filling up this form, the candidate will get a Registration Slip. The candidate should take a printout of this registration slip, and send it along with the D.D. to our Head Office Roorkee. After receiving the Registration Slip & D.D. by CETPA, a Confirmation Slip will be sent by email on the candidate’s Email ID. Method 3: You can make the payment online on our website by Debit Card/ Credit Card or Net Banking facility. Note: a) To get the details about other modes of payment, contact us at 0120-3060555/56. b) If you want to get registered for food & lodging also, the draft should be made of Rs.1, 000/- (Rs.500/- + Rs.500/-) Reporting: Reporting for a particular batch will be one day prior to the starting of the training program, with following formalities: 1. Two Passport Size Photographs 2. Xerox Copy of College I-Card 3. Confirmation Slip
  2. 2. ORACLEORACLE SQL Writing Basic SQL Statement Sub-Queries  Database Link  SELECT Statement  Sub Queries  Arithmetic Expression  Types of Sub-queries USING SET Operators   UNION OPERATOR Defining a Null Value  Single Row Sub-queries  UNION ALL OPERATOR  Column Alias  Multiple Row Sub-queries  INTERSECT OPERATOR  Concatenation Operator  Null Values in a Sub-Queries  MINUS OPERATOR  DISTINCT Keyword  Matching the SELECT Statement  DESCRIBE Keyword Creating and Managing Tables  Controlling the Order of Rows  Database Objects Restricting and Sorting Data  Create TABLE statement Date-Time Function  Using the WHERE Clause  Tables in the ORACLE  TZ_OFFSET  Comparison Conditions Database  CURRENT_DATE  Logical Conditions  Data Types  CURRENT_TIMESTAMP  ORDER BY Clause  Creating Tables Using Sub-  LOCAL_TIMESTAMP  Sorting by Multiple Column Queries  DBTIMEZONE  ALTER TABLE Statement  SESSIONTIMEZONE Single Row Function  SET UNUSED Option  EXTRACT  SQL Function  Dropping a Table  FROM_TZ  Types of Single Row Function  Truncating a Table  Conversion Function  Adding comments to a table Enhancement to the GROUP BY  Nesting Function Clause Including Constraints  General Function  Review of the GROUP Functions and  Introduction to Constraints  Conditional Expression  NOT NULL GROUP BY Clause  GROUP BY With ROLL UP and CUBE Displaying Data From Multiple  UNIQUE Operators Tables  PRIMARY KEY  GROUPING Function  Cartesian Product  FOREIGN KEY  GROUPING SETS  Equi -Join  CHECK  COMPOSITE Columns  Adding and Dropping  Concatenated Groupings  Non-Equi Join  Outer Join Constraints  Self Join  Disabling and Enabling Advance Sub-Querie  Constraints Cross Join  Review of Sub-queries  Natural Join with USING  View constraints Using Data  Column Comparisons Clause Dictionary  Using a Subquery in the FROM Clause  Scalar Subquery Expression Aggregating Data Using GROUP Views  Correlated Sub-queries Function  Why use views  Using EXITS and NOT EXISTS  Single and Complex Views  Group Functions Operator  Creating a View  Correlated UPDATED and DELETE  Types of Group Function  Modifying a View  Group Function and Null  The WITH Clause  Riles for Performing DML Values Operations on a VIEW  Using GROUP BY Clause  Removing a view  Hierarchical Retrieval  Using GROUP BY Clause on  Inline View  Hierarchical Queries Multiple Columns  TOP-n-ANALYSIS  Walking the TREE  The HAVING Clause  RANKING ROWS with LEVEL  Nested GROUP Function Controlling User-Access Pseudocolumn  Privileges  Pruning Branches  System Privileges  Creating Users  User System Privileges  Granting System Privileges  Role  Creating and Granting privileges to a Role  Changing Password  Object Privileges  WITH GRANT OPTION and PUBLIC Keyword  How to Revoke Privileges
  3. 3. ADMINISTRATION- 1Introduction (Database Architecture) Administering User Security Configuring the Oracle Network  Describe course objectives  Create and manage database Environment  Explore Oracle 10g Database user accounts  Use EM for configuring the Oracle Architecture network environment  Authenticate users  Create additional listenerInstalling the Oracle Database Software  Assign defaults storage  Create Net services aliases areas(table space)  Configure connect-time failover  Explain core DBA tasks and tools  Grant and revoke privileges  Control the Oracle Net Listener  Plan an Oracle Installation  Create and manage roles  Test Oracle Net connectivity  Use optimal flexible  Implement standard  Identify when to use shared v/s password security features dedicated servers architecture  Control resource usage by  Install software with the Oracle Proactive Maintenance Universal Installer (OUI) user  Use statistics  Manage the Automatic Managing Schema ObjectsCreating an Oracle Database Workload Repository(AWR)  Create a database with DBCA  Define schema objects and  Use the Automatic Database data types  Create a database design Diagnostic Monitor (ADDM) template with the DBCA  Create and modify tables  Describe advisory framework  Generate database creation  Define Constraints  Set alert thresholds scripts with the DBCA  View the columns and  Use server generated alerts contents of a table  Use automated tasksManaging the Oracle Instance  Create indexes, views and  Start and stop the Oracle sequences Performance Management database and components  Explain the use of temporary  Use EM pages to monitor performance  Use Enterprise Manager(EM) tables  Use the SQL Tuning Advisor  Access a database with  Use the Data Dictionary  Use the SQL Access Advisor SQL*Plus and iSQL*PLUS  Use Automated Shared Memory Managing Data and Concurrency  Modify database initialization Management  Managing data through SQL  Use the Memory Advisor to size parameters  Identify and administer PL/SQL memory buffers  Understand the stages of Objects database startup  Use performance related dynamic  Describe triggers and triggering views  View the Alert log events  Troubleshoot invalid or unusable  Use the Data Dictionary  Monitoring and resolving locking objects conflicts Managing Database Storage Structures Managing Undo Data Backup and Recovery Concepts  Describe table data storage  Explain DML and undo data  Identify the types of failure in an (in blocks) generation Oracle Database  Define the purpose of tables  Monitor and administer undo  Describe ways to tune instance pace and data-files  Describe the difference between recovery  Understand and utilize Oracle undo and redo data  Importance of checkpoints, redo log  Configure undo retention files and archive log files Managed Files (OMF)  Guarantee undo retention  Configure ARCHIVELOG mode  Create and manage table  Use the undo advisor space Performing Database Backups  Obtain table space information Implementing Oracle Database  Create consistent database  Concepts and functionality of Security backup ASM  DBA responsibilities for  Back your database up security without shutting it down  Principal of least privileges  Create Incremental Backups  Enable standard database  Automate database Backup auditing  Monitor the flash recovery  Specify audit option area  Maintain audit trail
  4. 4. Performing Database Recovery  Recover from loss of a control file  Recover from loss of a redo log file  Performing complete recovery following the loss of a data filePerforming Flashback  Describe Flashback database  Restore the table content to a specific point in the past with Flashback Table  Recover from a dropped table  View the contents of the database as of any single point in time with Flashback Query  See versions of a row over time with Flashback Versions QueryMoving Data  Describe available ways for moving data  Create and use directory objects  Use SQL*Loader to load data from a non-Oracle Database  Explain the general architecture of Data Pump  Use the Data Pump Export and Import to move data between Oracle Databases  Use external tables to move data via platform-independent files
  5. 5. ADMINISTRATION - 2 Recovering from Non-Critical Losses  Recovery of non-critical files  Block Media Recovery Introduction  Creating New Temporary  RMAN BMR interface  Grid Computing Table space  Dumping and Verifying Segment  Oracle EM 10g Product Metadata  Recreating Redo Log Files, Controls Indexes and Index Table  Database Architecture Reviews Monitoring and Managing Memory space  Oracle memory Structures Configuring Recovery Manager  Read Only Table space  Automatic Shared Memory  Recovery Manager Features Recovery Management  Authentication Methods for  SGA Tuning Principles and Complaints Database Administrators  Database Control and Automatic  Using a Flash recovery Area with RMAN  Loss of Password Shared memory Management Authentication Files  Behavior of Auto-Tuned and Manual  Control File Auto backups SGA Parameters   Creating a new temporary Retention Policies and Channel  Resizing SGA_TARGET Allocation table space  PGA Management Resources  Using Recovery Manager to  Altering the default  Using the Memory Advisor connect to a target database in temporary table space for a default NOCATALOG mode database Automatic Performance Management  Displaying the current RMAN  Identifying Tunable Incomplete Recovery Components configuration settings  Recovery Steps  Oracle Wait Events and  Altering the backup retention policy for a database  Server and User Managed System Statistics recovery commands  Troubleshooting and Tuning Using Recovery Manager  Recovering a Control File Views  RMAN Command Overview Auto backup  Direct Attach to SGA for  Parallelization of Backup Sets  Creating a new control file Statistic Collection  Compressed Backups  Incomplete recovery  Workload Repository  Image Copy overview  Advisory Framework  Incomplete Recovery Best  ADDM Scenarios and Usage  Whole Database and Practices tips Incremental Backups  Simplified Recovery Through  Using the SQL Tuning and  List and REPORT commands RESRETLOGS SQL Access Advisor  Enable ARCHIVELOG mode for  Point-in-time recovery using the database RMAN  Use Recovery Manager Monitoring and Managing Storage-I Flashback  Database Storage Structures Oracle Secure Backups  Flashback Database Architecture  Space management Overview  Installation and configuration  Configuring and Monitoring  Oracle Managed Files (OMF)  Implement the Oracle Flashback Database  Row Chaining and Migrating suggested strategy  Backing Up the Flashback Recovery  Proactive Tablespace Monitoring  RMAN and Oracle Secure Area  Managing resumable Space Backup  Using Allocation  Database and File System files V$FLASH_RECOVERY_AREA_US  SYSAUX Tablespace backup/restore to tape AGE  Monitoring table and index space  Flashback Database Consideration usage  Using obtool and web interface  Using the Flashback database to configure Oracle Secure RMAN interface Backup Devices (CLI/GUI)  Managing and monitoring Flashback Monitoring and Managing Storage-II  Configuring EM for Oracle Database operations  Automated Undo Management Secure Backup and test backup  Redo Log Files to Tape(EM) Dealing with Database Corruption  Table types  Using RMAN to backup your  Block Corruption Symptoms: ORA-  Partioned Tables database to tape(CLI) 1578  Index Organized tables (IOT)  Using OB web tool to backup  DBVERIFY Utility and the ANALYZE  Managing index space with SQL file system files command  Configure optimal redo log file size  Initialization Parameter  View “Automatic Tuning of Undo DB_BLOCK_CHECKING Retention”  Segment Metadata Dump and Verification  Using Flashback for Logical Corruption and using DBMS_REPAIR
  6. 6. Automatic Storage Management  ASM General Architecture and Functionalities  Dynamic Performance View Additions  Managing an ASM instance  ASM DISK Groups  Using ASMCMD command line  Migrating Your Database to ASM Storage and creating an ASM instance Automating Tasks with the Scheduler  Scheduler Concepts  Creating a Job Class and a window  Managing Jobs, Programs, Chains , Events, Schedules, Priority  Viewing and Purging Job Logs  Creating a Program and a schedule  Creating a job that uses a program and a schedule Using Globalization Support  Globalization Support Features  Encoding Schemes  Database Character Sets and National Character Sets  Specifying Language Dependent Behavior  Locale Variants  Using Linguistic Comparison and Sorting
  7. 7. Short Term/ Winter/Summer/College Campus Training ProgramsCETPA conducts 2 Weeks, 4 Weeks & 6 Weeks Summer, Winter and Regular Training Programs in.NET, J2EE, C & C++, PHP, VHDL, Verilog HDL, Embedded System, Advance Embedded System,AutoCAD, Pro-E and other latest technologies at CETPA Campus or at the College Campus. Regardingthe same, we can deliver a Free of Cost Technical Seminar at your College Campus. Once the seminarhas been conducted and at least 25 students are interested to join the training, then same program can beconducted at your college campus, depending upon the students’ choice.CETPA Profile:CETPA is the acronym of Computer Education and Technology Promotion Association. As its name says, CETPA is workingfor Education and Technology Promotion from last One Decade. We do not compromise with the quality that’s why CETPA isthe only ISO 9001:2008 certified company for quality management and has been awarded as the “Best IT and EmbeddedTraining Organization” by Big Brands Research in 2011. The award is delivered by Mr. Chetan Bhagat during theCeremony.CETPA is working in three fields that are Development (Software and Embedded), Education and Consultancy. Hence, wedo not only provide education but also provide guidance to the students about their jobs and best path to success. We have afair record in placement of CETPA certified students in good companies such as EA Sports/Games & a Bangalore BasedCompany Best of Breed Software Solutions (I) P. Ltd. (Global Partner to Infosys and India Partner to HP and Wipro),Best Web Online, etc.CETPA has conducted so many successful On Campus Seminars and Training Sessions in more than 100 colleges such asSTEP IIT Roorkee, Lovely Professional University Jalandhar, MIT Muzaffarpur, KNIT Sultanpur, MMMECGorakhpur,Ideal College Ghaziabad, IIMT Meerut, RBMI Bareilly, IFTM Moradabad, G.B. Pant Engineering College Pauri Garhwal,KEC Dwarahat, Shri Sant Gadge Baba College Bhusawal, etc. CETPA has established itself as a Pioneer Engineers TrainingInstitute with more than 50,000 satisfied students from all over India. Details of our Ex-Students are available on our website.CETPA also deals in e-Magazines, Student and Professional Membership, R&D, Tech-Fests and many other technicalactivities. CETPA has delivered training to R&D Team of Samtel Group (Asia’s Biggest Display ManufacturingCompany). CETPA is associated with KnS and “Electronics For You” (Asia’s Biggest Electronics Print Media) forMarketing, Sales and Research. To purchase any Kit, you will get a Special Discount of 10% from CETPA. To know moreplease contact us.Live Projects:CETPA has developed a Web Application for Media Lab Asia (Department of IT, Govt. of India) & an EmbeddedSystem Based project for Central Electronics Limited Ghaziabad (A Government PSU). The complete microcontrollerbased project was developed in an area of 1.5 sq cm.Specialized live projects can be offered by CETPA InfoTech Pvt. Ltd. to interested participants & they have to complete theseprojects within a given time frame (which may lands up from minimum of 6 months to maximum one year). After that theywill be awarded by CETPA and will be given experience letter for 6 months or one year depending on the time frame.Incentives may also be given to the candidates, depending upon their performance while handling the live projects. For queries email us at, or SMS “CETPA” @ 09990397635, 09219602769, 09212172602, 09258017974 or Call at any of our contact numbersHEAD OFFICE: # 200, Purwavali, 2nd Floor, Opp. Railway Ticket Agency, Railway Road, Ganeshpur, Roorkee-247667(U.A.), Ph. No.: +91-1332-264918, +91-9219602769, Fax No. 01332-274960INDIA CORPORATE OFFICE: C-24, Sector 2, Land Mark: Near Nirula’s Hotel, Noida 201301 (U.P.) Ph. No.: +91-8800340777, +91-120-3060555, 56BRANCH OFFICE: 401 A, 4th Floor, Land Mark: Lekhraj Khazana, Faizabad Road, Indira Nagar, Lucknow-226016 (U.P.)Ph. No: +91-522-6590802, +91-9258017974, Fax No: +91-522-6590802Toll Free-1800-102-4262 (From any network)