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Diploma
in
Advanced Software
Development Methodologies
(DASDM)
Centre for Development of Advanced Computing
(A scientific society under Department of Electronics & Information Technolog...
C-DAC Thematic Areas
 High Performance and Computing (HPC)
 Grid Computing
 Cloud Computing
 Multilingual Computing
 ...
What we mean to the Nation ?
 Contributing to the booming
economy and bringing pride to the
nation.
 Providing value thr...
 Over 5000 trained professionals
ready to deploy.
 Well-versed in many technologies
& expert in one technology.
 Well m...
C-DAC ACTS @ a glance
 An outfit initiated by C-DAC R&D in
1993.
 Begun with modest 20 students and
grown to over 10,000...
Advanced ICT
Training
Education Tech.
& e-Learning
Corporate
Training
National Level
Skill
development
Academic
Collaborat...
Current Scenario in India
India has the largest share of young population in the world
 65 percent in the age group of 15...
Indian Skill Development-Issues
Only 5 per cent labour force has
formal skills
Large chunk has informal
unrecognized ski...
Advanced Computing
Training School (ACTS)
Introducing New Course
Diploma in Advanced Software Development
Methodologies (D...
Diploma in Advanced Software Development
Methodologies
 Course Focus: The course is targeted towards students
who wish to...
 Sound knowledge of
Computing
Fundamentals and
Fundamentals of
Programming is
essential.
 One Year (Four (4)
Trimester)
...
Course Modules and duration
Code Subject L T P Cr
101 Fundamentals of Computing 2 1 0 3
102 C & Datastructure 2 1 4 5
103 ...
Code Subject L T P Cr
201 OOPs using C++ 2 1 4 5
202 Core Java 2 1 4 5
203 Web Technologies 2 1 4 5
204 Software Quality A...
Code Subject L T P Cr
301 Advanced Java 2 1 4 5
302 SQA – II 2 1 4 5
303 Anroid Programming 2 1 4 5
304 Advanced Global Su...
Code Subject L T P Cr
401 Projects - - - 20
402 Colloquium - - - 2
403 Comprehensive Viva - - - 2
Total 24
• Term 4
L Lect...
Course Highlight
 Course is designed and developed in consultation with
the domain experts of C-DAC, academia and ICT
ind...
Course Fees Structure
• Total Course fees – Rs. 80,000/- plus Service tax
@12.36%
Term Course Fees
Type
Fees in Rs. Servic...
Application
 Application form can be filled online from the website
www.acts.cdac.in/dasdm
 The application fees of Rs. ...
Training Centres
The course is offered at 19 training centres across India.
The candidate shall be given admission to the ...
Training Centres
 Global Infotech Learning, Kolhapur
 Thakur Institute of Career Advancement
TICA, Mumbai
 Soft Polynom...
Training Centres
 Knowledge-Divine Information Technology Pvt.
Ltd.(KNOW-IT), Pune
 Sunbeam Institute of Information Tec...
Common Entrance Test
 The admission to the DASDM course is through a
Common Entrance Test (CET) which shall be conducted
...
CET Admit Card
• Candidates can download their admit cards by logging
in on the website www.acts.cdac.in/dasdm with the fo...
Result of CET
 CET results will be published on the C-DAC website
www.acts.cdac.in/dasdm.
 In order to be considered for...
Admission Schedule
No. Event Dates
(a) Start Date of Online Registration and Application 25th July, 2013
(b) Last Date of ...
Admission Schedule
No. Event Dates
(g) Certificate verification 17th September, 2013
(h) Second selection list 20th Septem...
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Placement Initiatives
Centralized placement in Pune for
all region students.
Assistance in providing internship
during P...
TCS Capgemini
Accenture
Cognizant
Tech Mahindra
Synechron
Convergys
Barclays
IBM
Target Companies
Roles
Offered
Global Support Services
Quality Analyst
Database
Administrator
Web
Developer
Testing
Software
Engineer
Proje...
Dream BIG
Dream NOW
Act FAST
and
Go for the DREAM!!
WISH YOU HAPPY LEARNING
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Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies (DASDM)

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Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies (DASDM)

  1. 1. Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies (DASDM)
  2. 2. Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (A scientific society under Department of Electronics & Information Technology, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology) Government of India C-DAC’s Advanced Computing Training School (ACTS) Pune Email : acts@cdac.in website : www.cdac.in
  3. 3. C-DAC Thematic Areas  High Performance and Computing (HPC)  Grid Computing  Cloud Computing  Multilingual Computing  Professional Electronics  Software Technologies  Cyber Security  Health Informatics  Ubiquitous Computing  Education and Training
  4. 4. What we mean to the Nation ?  Contributing to the booming economy and bringing pride to the nation.  Providing value through quality IT education.  Creating young entrepreneurs.  Multiplying the knowledge capital of the country manifold.
  5. 5.  Over 5000 trained professionals ready to deploy.  Well-versed in many technologies & expert in one technology.  Well molded to work productively for 12 hours a day.  The industry gets confident, hardworking, flexible and ready employees. What ACTS means to the Industry?
  6. 6. C-DAC ACTS @ a glance  An outfit initiated by C-DAC R&D in 1993.  Begun with modest 20 students and grown to over 10,000 students.  Trained more than quarter million students.  Grown from one city one centre to 28 cities and 49 centres.  Over 200 crores of investment and 1000 plus dedicated manpower.  Spread from India to International.  From One course to more than 10 PG Diploma courses
  7. 7. Advanced ICT Training Education Tech. & e-Learning Corporate Training National Level Skill development Academic Collaboration Global Alliance 3600 Intervention in ICT ACTS
  8. 8. Current Scenario in India India has the largest share of young population in the world  65 percent in the age group of 15-29.  400 plus million work-force  Only 5 percent of our work force is vocationally trained  Widespread unemployment even among the educated, while economy faces shortage of skilled workforce  ITIs run courses only for 8th standard pass and above  Between class 1st - 8th, about 50 percent students drop out  Lack of access to vocational training for people entering the informal sector
  9. 9. Indian Skill Development-Issues Only 5 per cent labour force has formal skills Large chunk has informal unrecognized skills, issue of certification and employability Need to ensure quality standards
  10. 10. Advanced Computing Training School (ACTS) Introducing New Course Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies (DASDM) (Employability Linked Programme)
  11. 11. Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies  Course Focus: The course is targeted towards students who wish to venture into the domain of computing.  Course Aim : The course aims to groom the students to enable them to work on current technology scenarios as well as prepare them to keep pace with the changing face of technology and the requirements of the growing IT industry.  Employment opportunity: After the completion of the course, students can work as Software developer /programmer/trainee Tester, System Analyst, and the like in the IT industry and Service Sector.
  12. 12.  Sound knowledge of Computing Fundamentals and Fundamentals of Programming is essential.  One Year (Four (4) Trimester)  Post Graduate / Graduate in Engineering or Science or Computer related streams  Minimum of agreegate 50% marks in qualifying degree examination.  Course Prerequisite & Duration  Course Eligibility Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies
  13. 13. Course Modules and duration Code Subject L T P Cr 101 Fundamentals of Computing 2 1 0 3 102 C & Datastructure 2 1 4 5 103 Operating System using Unix 2 1 2 4 104 RDBMS 2 1 4 5 105 Software Engineering 2 1 4 5 106 Mgt Dev Pr (MDP) 1 0 2 2 107 Seminar - - - 4 Total 11 5 16 28 • Term 1 CHPW
  14. 14. Code Subject L T P Cr 201 OOPs using C++ 2 1 4 5 202 Core Java 2 1 4 5 203 Web Technologies 2 1 4 5 204 Software Quality Assurance (SQA) – I 2 0 4 4 205 Application and Customer Support Services 2 1 0 3 206 MDP 1 0 2 2 207 Seminar - - - 4 Total 11 4 18 28 • Term 2 CHPW Course Modules and duration
  15. 15. Code Subject L T P Cr 301 Advanced Java 2 1 4 5 302 SQA – II 2 1 4 5 303 Anroid Programming 2 1 4 5 304 Advanced Global Support Services 2 1 0 3 305 Organisational Beheaviour 2 1 0 3 306 MDP 1 0 2 2 307 Seminar - - - 4 Total 11 5 14 28 • Term 3 CHPW Course Modules and duration
  16. 16. Code Subject L T P Cr 401 Projects - - - 20 402 Colloquium - - - 2 403 Comprehensive Viva - - - 2 Total 24 • Term 4 L Lecture T Tutorial P Practical CHPW Contact Hours Per Week Cr Credits Lecture of 1 Hour – 1 Credit Course Modules and duration
  17. 17. Course Highlight  Course is designed and developed in consultation with the domain experts of C-DAC, academia and ICT industry  Updated syllabus to incorporate the current technology requirements in the ICT industry  Training centres with state-of-the-art infrastructure.  Students are provided Placement assistance through common campus placements  Compulsory Live project during the fourth trimester.  Management Development Programme for the overall personality development
  18. 18. Course Fees Structure • Total Course fees – Rs. 80,000/- plus Service tax @12.36% Term Course Fees Type Fees in Rs. Service tax @12.36% Total Fees Term 1 Admission Fees Tution Fees Rs. 10,000 Rs. 20,000 Rs. 1,236 Rs. 2,472 Rs. 11,236 Rs. 22,472 Term 2 Tution Fees Rs. 20,000 Rs. 2,472 Rs. 22,472 Term 3 Tution Fees Rs. 20,000 Rs. 2,472 Rs. 22,472 Term 4 Tution Fees Rs. 10,000 Rs. 1,236 Rs. 11,236 T O T A L Rs. 80,000 Rs. 9,888 Rs. 89,888 The candidate has to pay the admission fees and Tuition fees in the form of Demand Draft drawn in favour of “C-DAC ACTS” payable at Pune from any nationalised bank. The Demand Draft has to be submitted at the Training centre where he/she wishes to join.
  19. 19. Application  Application form can be filled online from the website www.acts.cdac.in/dasdm  The application fees of Rs. 600/- (Rupees Six hundred only) is to be paid in the form of Demand Draft in favour of “C-DAC ACTS” payable at Pune drawn on any nationalized bank.  The facility of online payment gateway to pay the application fees of Rs. 600/- using the credit card or debit card is also available on the website.
  20. 20. Training Centres The course is offered at 19 training centres across India. The candidate shall be given admission to the course only at the centre which he/she selects while applying.  National Institute of Technology (NIT), Agartala, Tripura  Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), Allahabad, Uttarpradesh  Lakshya, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha  Smartage Computers, Dhanbad, Jharkhand  Orlando Academy, Indore, Madhyapradesh  NETCOM, Jaipur, Rajasthan  Sunbeam Institute of Information Technology (SIK), Karad
  21. 21. Training Centres  Global Infotech Learning, Kolhapur  Thakur Institute of Career Advancement TICA, Mumbai  Soft Polynomials, Nagpur  MET - IIT, Bhujbal Knowledge City, Nasik  Bytes Softech Pvt. Ltd (BYTES)., New Delhi  Astric Solutions, Patna, Bihar  Institute for Advanced Computing and Software Development (IACSD) , Akurdi, Pune
  22. 22. Training Centres  Knowledge-Divine Information Technology Pvt. Ltd.(KNOW-IT), Pune  Sunbeam Institute of Information Technology (SIP), Pune  Institute of Emerging Technologies (IET), Pune  Ashwath Infotech Pvt. Ltd., Solapur
  23. 23. Common Entrance Test  The admission to the DASDM course is through a Common Entrance Test (CET) which shall be conducted on two dates at the selected training centre.  The exam centre (same as the training centre for course admission) for CET is selected by the candidates at the time of application.  The syllabus of the CET comprises of the following: • Computing Awareness 40 questions • Functional English 20 questions • Mathematical Aptitude 20 questions • Reasoning 20 questions
  24. 24. CET Admit Card • Candidates can download their admit cards by logging in on the website www.acts.cdac.in/dasdm with the form no. and password. • Candidates will be able to download their admit cards upon receipt of the Registration fees before the last date of payment. • The venue of the examination, which will be the same as the training centre for course delivery, is to be selected by the candidate at the time of application.
  25. 25. Result of CET  CET results will be published on the C-DAC website www.acts.cdac.in/dasdm.  In order to be considered for admission to the course, a candidate’s name must appear in the rank-list and also satisfy its minimum eligibility criteria.  The centre wise result will be announced for all the candidates who have appeared for the CET in that particular training centre. This training centre for which the result is declared is based on the candidates selection while applying.
  26. 26. Admission Schedule No. Event Dates (a) Start Date of Online Registration and Application 25th July, 2013 (b) Last Date of Online Registration & Application and Payment of Application Fee 20th August, 2013 (c) Downloading Admit Cards 22nd August, 2013 (d) Common Entrance Test (CET) CET: I CET: II 24th August, 2013 25th August, 2013 (e) Announcement of Result 2nd September, 2013 (f) Last date of payment of Admission Fees (Rs. 11,236) and Tuition Fees (Rs. 22,472) i.e. total of Rs 33,708/- in the form of Demand Draft 16th September, 2013
  27. 27. Admission Schedule No. Event Dates (g) Certificate verification 17th September, 2013 (h) Second selection list 20th September 2013 (i) Last date of payment of Admission Fees (Rs. 11,236) and Tuition Fees (Rs. 22,472) i.e. total of Rs 33,708/- in the form of Demand Draft 25th September, 2013 (j) Certificate Verification of Second list students 26th September 2013 (k) Commencement of Course 27th September 2013
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  29. 29. Placement Initiatives Centralized placement in Pune for all region students. Assistance in providing internship during Project Work. All Region support during placement activities. Tips on Aptitude , GD and Interview preparation
  30. 30. TCS Capgemini Accenture Cognizant Tech Mahindra Synechron Convergys Barclays IBM Target Companies
  31. 31. Roles Offered Global Support Services Quality Analyst Database Administrator Web Developer Testing Software Engineer Project Engineer Mobile App. Developer
  32. 32. Dream BIG Dream NOW Act FAST and Go for the DREAM!! WISH YOU HAPPY LEARNING

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