2011 Admissions open for WiMC and DAC course in CDAC By Common Entrance Test


CDAC run the Advanced Computing Training School (ACTS) under which admission for the Post Graduate Diploma in Wireless and Mobile Computing (WiMC) and Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Computing (DAC) is open through the CET test on 20/11/2010.This courses has a duration of 24 weeks.

Admission for WiMC and DAC course in CDAC By Common Entrance Test


Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is formed by of the Department of Information Technology (DIT), Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MC&IT), Government of India .It is started in year 1988, C-DAC had development of High Performance Computing (HPC) in the country covering interconnection networks, network connectivity and programming environment for scientific engineering, e-Governance and business applications. For fulfillment of this goal, C-DAC has advented the flexible and scalable parallel architecture, which has created 'PARAM' series of Supercomputers. C-DAC has set up the Advanced Computing Training School (ACTS) to increase skill manpower requirements of IT industry and for resource base for cutting edge research and development.ACTS gives high quality training services to countries like Mauritius, Ghana, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Dubai and Japan.

2011 Admissions

open for:

1. Post Graduate Diploma in Wireless and Mobile Computing (WiMC)
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Computing (DAC)

Important Dates:
Last date of submission of application form: 18/11/2010
Exam Date: 20/11/2010

Eligibility:
For Post Graduate Diploma in Wireless and Mobile Computing (WiMC)

Engineering degree in Electronics / Electrical / Electronics and Communication / Electronics and Instrumentation / Computer Science and Engineering / Computer Engineering / M.Sc. (Electronics)
Computing Background : Sound knowledge of C Programming, Operating Systems and Computers Architecture

For Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Computing (DAC)

BE / ME or Equivalent (AMIE, AIETE),B.Sc (Engg), MCA , MCS (After B.Sc), M Sc (Electronics / IT / IS / Instrumentation), MCM, MBA (Systems), BCS, B Sc (IT), BSc (Comp.Sc.), BCA, BIS (Bachelor of Internet Sciences).

Application Form:

C-DAC's online application form for WiMC and DAC Course are to be filled on CDAC website of ACTS. The non-refundable registration fee of Rs.500/- (Rs 600/- for Printed Form) for the CET is to be paid by DD drawn in favour of "C-DAC, ACTS" payable at "Pune"and sent to the following address:
The Programme Coordinator,C-DAC, Advanced Computing Training School, 5th Floor, N.S.G. IT Park, S.No. 127/2B/2A,
Aundh, Pune – 411 007, Maharashtra, India

Common Entrance Test CET:

The Common Entrance Test (CET) shall be conducted in two pattern.The CET conducted online at the centres mentioned in the online application form. Candidate can choose any one of the two available dates for the CET as per their convenience mentioned in the online application form. Candidates can select the city only after the receipt of the registration fees of Rs. 500 /- or 600/- (Whatever the case may be) at C-DAC, ACTS, Pune. Once the city is selected, the system will allocate date, centre & slot to the candidate for CET.

Practical Test:
This practical test have 60 minutes duration for C Programming on a personal computer with Turbo C or equivalent compiler.

There are 150 questions in CET. Each question shall carry one mark. There will be a negative of 0.25.

CET Syllabus:

Computing Fundamentals (10 marks)
Evolutions of computers, Computer generations, Computer organization, Primary and Secondary storage, Input-output devices, Computer software, Operating systems, Data communications and computer networking, Multimedia, Classification of computers, etc.

Fundamentals of Programming (15 marks)
Algorithms, Flowcharts, Computer languages, System implementation and operation, File organizations and Data processing, etc.

Programming in C (50 marks)
Introductory concepts, C Fundamentals, Operators and Expressions, Data Input and Output, Control statement, Functions, Arrays, Pointers,
Structures and Unions, Arrays, Stacks, Queues and Linked Lists (Single, double, Circular), etc.

Basics of Object Oriented Programming & C++ Programming (25 marks)
Understanding of the object oriented concepts, such as Classes and Objects, Generalizations, Polymorphism, Abstract Classes and
Re-usability, etc.

General Aptitude (50 marks)
Questions shall be modeled on GMAT pattern.
For Further information refer CDAC, website for ACTS.


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