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  • Eligibility
    1. candidate should have 60% through out his/her academics
    2. should have good communication skills
  • Topics

    1. A+ Syllabus
      • Operating System Fundamentals
        1. Personal Computer Operating Systems
        2. Windows User Interface Components
        3. Windows File System Management
        4. Windows System Management Tools
      • PC Technician Professional Best Practices
        1. Tools of the Trade
        2. Electrical Safety
        3. Environmental Safety and Materials Handling
        4. Perform Preventative Maintenance
        5. Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
        6. Professionalism and Communication
      • Installing and Configuring Peripheral
        1. Install and Configure Storage Devices
        2. Install and Configure Power Supplies
        3. Install and Configure Memory
        4. Install and Configure CPUs
        5. Install and Configure System Boards
      • Installing and Configuring System Components
        1. Install and Configure Display Devices
        2. Install and Configure Input Devices
        3. Install and Configure Adapter Cards
        4. Install and Configure Multimedia Devices
      • Maintaining and Troubleshooting Peripheral
        1. Troubleshoot Display Devices
        2. Maintain and Troubleshoot Input Devices
        3. Troubleshoot Adapter Cards
        4. Troubleshoot Multimedia Devices
      • Troubleshooting System Components
        1. Troubleshoot Storage Devices
        2. Troubleshoot Power Supplies
        3. Troubleshoot Memory
        4. Troubleshoot CPUs
        5. Troubleshoot System Boards
      • Installing and Configuring Operating
        1. Install Microsoft Windows
        2. Upgrade Windows
        3. Add Devices to Windows
        4. Optimize Windows
      • Maintaining and Troubleshooting Microsoft Windows
        1. Troubleshoot Storage Devices
        2. Troubleshoot Power Supplies
        3. Troubleshoot Memory
        4. Troubleshoot CPUs
        5. Troubleshoot System Boards
      • Network Technologies
        1. Operating System Utilities
        2. Network Concepts
        3. Network Communications
        4. Network Connectivity
        5. Internet Technologies
      • Maintaining and Troubleshooting Microsoft Windows
        1. Troubleshoot Storage Devices
        2. Troubleshoot Power Supplies
        3. Troubleshoot Memory
        4. Troubleshoot CPUs
        5. Troubleshoot System Boards
      • Installing and Managing Network Connections
        1. Create Network Connections
        2. Install and Configure Web Browsers
        3. Maintain and Troubleshoot Network Connections
      • Supporting Laptops and Portable Computing Devices
        1. Laptop and Portable Computing Device Components
        2. Install and Configure Laptops and Portable Computing Devices
        3. Maintain and Troubleshoot Laptops and Portable Computing Devices
      • Supporting Printers and Scanners
        1. Printer and Scanner Technologies
        2. Printer and Scanner Components
        3. Printer and Scanner Processes
        4. Install and Configure Printers and Scanners
        5. Maintain and Troubleshoot Printers and Scanners
      • Personal Computer Security Concepts
        1. Security Fundamentals
        2. Security Protection Measures
        3. Data and Physical Security
        4. Wireless Security
        5. Social Engineering
      • Supporting Personal Computer Security
        1. Install and Configure Security Measures
        2. Maintain and Troubleshoot Security Measures
    1. N+ Syllabus
      • Network Theory
        1. Networking Terminology
        2. Network Categories
        3. Standard Network Models
        4. Physical Network Topologies
        5. Logical Network Topologies
      • Network Communications Methods
        1. Data Transmission Methods
        2. Media Access Methods
        3. Signalling Methods
      • Network Media and Hardware
        1. Bounced Network Media
        2. Unbouced Network Media
        3. Noise Control
        4. Network Connectivity Devices
      • Network Implementations
        1. Ethernet Networks
        2. Wireless Networks
      • Network Models
        1. The OSI Model
        2. The TCP/IP Model
      • TCP/IP Addressing and Data Delivery
        1. The TCP/IP Model
        2. IP Addressing
        3. Default IP Addressing Schemes
        4. Create Custom IP Addressing Schemes
        5. Implement Ipv6 Addresses
        6. Delivery Techniques
      • LAN Infrastructure
        1. Switching
        2. Enable Static Routing
        3. Implement Dynamic IP Routing
        4. Virtual LANs
        5. Plan a SOHO Network
      • WAN Infrastructure
        1. WAN Transmission Technologies
        2. WAN Connectivity Methods
        3. Voice Over Data Transmission
      • Remote Networking
        1. Remote Network Architectures
        2. Remote Access Networking Implementations
        3. Virtual Private Networking (VPN)
        4. VPN Protocols
      • System Security
        1. Computer Security Basics
        2. System Security Tools
        3. Authentic Methods
        4. Encryption Methods
      • Network Security
        1. Network Perimeter Security
        2. Intrusion Detection and Prevention
        3. Protect Network Traffic Using IPSec
      • Network Security and Threats
        1. Network-Based Security and Threats and Attacks
        2. Apply Threats Mitigation Techniques
        3. Educate Users
      • Network Security and Threats
        1. Network-Based Security and Threats and Attacks
        2. Apply Threats Mitigation Techniques
        3. Educate Users
      • Network Security and Threats
        1. Network-Based Security and Threats and Attacks
        2. Apply Threats Mitigation Techniques
        3. Educate Users
      • Network Management
        1. Network Monitoring
        2. Configuration Management Documentation
        3. Network Performance Optimization
      • Network Troubleshooting
        1. Network Troubleshooting Utilities
        2. Hardware Troubleshooting Tools
        3. Common Connectivity Issues

    1. Digital electronics Electronics Syllabus
      • Number Systems
        1. Decimal, binary, octal, hexadecimal number system and conversion , binary weighted codes, signed numbers, 1s and 2s complement codes, Binary arithmetic
      • Boolean Algebra:
        1. Binary logic functions , Boolean laws, truth tables, associative and distributive properties, DeMorgans theorems, realization of switching functions using logic gates
      • Combinational Logic
        1. Switching equations, canonical logic forms, sum of product & product of sums, Karnaugh maps, two, three and four variable Karnaugh maps, simplification of expressions, Quine-McCluskey minimization technique, mixed logic combinational circuits, multiple output functions.
      • Analysis & design of Combinational Logic
        1. Introduction to combinational circuits, code conversions, decoder, encoder, priority encoder, multiplexers as function generators, binary adder, substractor, BCD adder, Binary comparator, arithmetic logic units
      • Sequential Logic
        1. Sequential circuits, flip-flops, clocked and edge triggered flipflops, timing specifications, asynchronous and synchronous counters, counter design with state equations, Registers , serial in serial out shift registers, tristate registor, timing considerations.
      • Sequential Circuits
        1. State diagrams and tables, transition table, excitation table and equations. Examples using flip-flops. Analysis of simple synchronous sequential circuits, construction of state diagram, counter design.
      • Programmable Logic
        1. Programmable logic devices, programmable read only memory, programmable logic arrays and programmable array logic, Design using PLA, field programmable gate a arrays.
      • Digital integrated circuits
        1. Logic levels, propagation delay time, power dissipation fan-out and fan-in, noise margin, logic families and their characteristics TTL, LSTTL CMOS and ECL integrated circuits and their performance comparison, open collector and tristate gates and buffers.
    1. Analog Electronics Syllabus
      • P-N Junctions
        1. Diode theory, forward and reverse-biased junctions, reverse-bias breakdown, load line analysis, diode applications - Limiters, clippers, clampers, voltage multipliers, half wave & full wave rectification, Special purpose diodes - Zener diode, Varactor, light emitting diodes, Laser diodes.
      • Bipolar Junction Transistors (BJT):
        1. Transistor fundamentals, transistor
      • syllabus analog electronics
        1. configurations, DC operating point, BJT characteristics & parameters, fixed bias, emitter bias with and without emitter resistance, analysis of above circuits and their design, variation of operating point and its stability.
      • Field-Effect Transistors (FET)
        1. JFET- current-voltage characteristics, effects in real devices, high-frequency and high-speed issues.
      • Transistors Amplifier
        1. Small Signal BJT amplifiers: AC equivalent circuit, hybrid, re model and their use in amplifier design.Multistage amplifiers, frequency response of basic & compound configuration, Power amplifiers: Class A, B, AB, C and D stages, IC output stages.
      • Feedback & Oscillator Circuits
        1. Effect of positive and negative feedbacks, basic feedback topologies & their properties, Analysis of practical feedback amplifiers, Sinusodial Oscillators (RC, LC and Crystal), Multivibrators, The 555 timer.
      • Operational Amplifiers
        1. Op-Amp Basics, practical Op-Amp circuits, differential and Common mode operation, Inverting & Non Inverting Amplifier, differential and cascade amplifier, Op-Amp applications.

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