Hardware and Networking

1. IT Fundamentals
2. Introduction about Software
3. Introduction about Hardware
4. Identification of Computer parts
5. Important Parts of Computer
6. I/O ports , Motherboard components
7. Type of SMPS
8. Types of Memories
9. Type of RAMS
10. Types of Hard disk Drivers (HDD)
11. Types of Motherboards
12. Assembling a PC
13. Disassembling a PC
14. BIOS / CMOS Setup
15. Types of Operating System’s
16. OS Installation
Windows-Xp2 / Windows-Xp3 /  Windows-7 / Windows-8 / Windows-8.1 /Linux
17. Difference Between CUI & GUI
18. Windows Operations

  • Overview about MS-Windows
  • Control Panel Options
  • Icon Options
  • System Properties
  • Mange Options

19. Ms-Dos Commands

  • Overview about MS-Dos
  • Internal Commands
  • External Commands
  • General / Regular Commands

20. System Configuration, Hardware & Software Details
21. DM/F DISK /Win – 98 Bootable disk
22. Application software installation

  • Operating Systems (Windows / Linux)
  • MS-OFFICE, Winrar, WinZip, ACROBAT READER etc
  • Languages (C, C++, DS, JAVA / J2EE, DOTNET etc.)
  • Players (VLC / Zoom / Xing / Win PLAYERS)
  • Multimedia / Graphic & Web Designing Software’s
  • Adobe Family

CorelDraw & PageMaker

  • 3d Max
  • \MAYA

Virus Software’s (Norton Internet Security, Quick Heal, MacAfee etc.)
23. Driver installation

      • Display / Colour Drivers
      • Sound Drivers

Printer & Scanner Drivers
LAN & Wi-fi Drivers
24. Dual Operating System
25. Jumper setting
26. Desk Clean UP / Disk Defragmentation
27. User Accounts
28. Data Security for User Account
29. Folder Hiding
30. File , Folder Permission
31. Trouble Shooting
32. Breaking of Admin Password
33. Antivirus
34. Windows Shortcut Keys
35. Internet Concepts
36. Field Work tips

1. Introduction to networking & Types of networking
2.Classification of networking

  • LAN
  • MAN
  • WAN / PAN

3. Component of networking
4. Cable structure
5. Connector
6. Topologies
7. Devices
8. File system
9. Protocols
10. OSI Layer & TCP / IP
11. Classes (IP address)
12. Sub Net Mask
13. Ping
14. Patch Cards / Crimping Cables

  • Straight
  • Cross cable
  • Roll Over Cable

15. Assigning IP address to System
16. Configuring LAN
17. LAN Trouble Shooting
18. Sharing File / Folders
19. Remote Desktop
20. Net Meeting
21. Field Work tips

HARDWARE CONTENT

1. IT Fundamentals

2. Introduction about Software

3. Introduction about Hardware

4. Identification of Computer parts

5. Important Parts of Computer

6. I/O ports , Motherboard components

7. Type of SMPS

8. Types of Memories

9. Type of RAMS

10. Types of Hard disk Drivers (HDD)

11. Types of Motherboards

12. Assembling a PC

13. Disassembling a PC

14. BIOS / CMOS Setup

15. Types of Operating System’s

16. OS Installation

Windows-Xp2 / Windows-Xp3 /  Windows-7 / Windows-8 / Windows-8.1 /  10

Linux

17. Difference Between CUI & GUI

18. Windows Operations

  • Overview about MS-Windows
  • Control Panel Options
  • Icon Options
  • System Properties
  • Mange Options

19. Ms-Dos Commands

  • Overview about MS-Dos
  • Internal Commands
  • External Commands
  • General / Regular Commands

20. System Configuration, Hardware & Software Details

21. DM/F DISK /Win – 98 Bootable disk

22. Application software installation

  • Operating Systems (Windows / Linux)
  • MS-OFFICE, Winrar, WinZip, ACROBAT READER etc
  • Languages (C, C++, DS, JAVA / J2EE, DOTNET etc.)
  • Players (VLC / Zoom / Xing / Win PLAYERS)
  • Multimedia / Graphic & Web Designing Software’s
  • Adobe Family
  • CorelDraw & PageMaker
  • Virus Software’s (Norton Internet Security, Quick Heal, MacAfee etc.)

23. Driver installation

  • Display / Colour Drivers
  • Sound Drivers
  • Printer & Scanner Drivers
  • LAN & Wi-fi Drivers

24. Dual Operating System

25. Jumper setting

26. Desk Clean UP / Disk Defragmentation

27. User Accounts

28. Data Security for User Account

29. Folder Hiding

30. File , Folder Permission

31. Trouble Shooting

32. Breaking of Admin Password

33. Antivirus

34. Windows Shortcut Keys

35. Internet Concepts

36. Field Work tips

NETWORKING CONTENT

1. Introduction to networking & Types of networking
2.Classification of networking

  • LAN
  • MAN
  • WAN / PAN

3. Component of networking

4. Cable structure

5. Connector

6. Topologies

7. Devices

8. File system

9. Protocols

10. OSI Layer & TCP / IP

11. Classes (IP address)

12. Sub Net Mask

13. Ping

14. Patch Cards / Crimping Cables

  • Straight
  • Cross cable
  • Roll Over Cable

15. Assigning IP address to System

16. Configuring LAN

17. LAN Trouble Shooting

18. Sharing File / Folders

19. Remote Desktop

20. Net Meeting

21. Field Work tips

Installation Of Windows Operating System

  • Lab – 1: Installing Windows Server 2008 Operating System  Or Installing Windows 7 Operating System
  • Lab – 2: Creating Local User Accounts

Active Directory

  • Lab – 1: Assigning IP Address
  • Lab – 2: Installing Active Directory

Member Server/Client and User Management

  • Lab – 1: Configuring Client Or Configuring Member Server
  • Lab – 2: Creating Domain User Accounts
  • Lab – 3: Changing Default Password Policy
  • Lab – 4: Changing Allow Log on Locally Policy
  • Lab – 5: Enabling Account Lockout Policy

Profiles

  • Lab – 1: Configuring Local Profiles
  • Lab – 2: Configuring Roaming Profiles
  • Lab – 3: Configuring Home Folder
  • Lab – 4: Enabling Disk Quota

Logical Structure of Active Directory

  • Lab – 1: Configuring Additional Domain Controller
  • Lab – 2: Configuring Child Domain

Roles of Active Directory

  • Lab – 1: Transfer of Roles
  • Lab – 2: Seizing of Roles

Group Policies

  • Lab – 1: Creating an Organizational Unit (OU)
  • Lab – 2: Applying Group Policy on OU Level
  • Lab – 3: Applying Group Policy on Domain Level
  • Lab – 4: Applying Group Policy on Site Level
  • Lab – 5: Applying Group Policy on Modeling
  • Lab – 6: Delegating Control to a User
  • Lab – 7: Applying Scripts using Group Policy

Trust Relationship

  • Lab – 1: Raising Functional Levels
  • Lab – 2: Creating Forest Trust

Global Catalog, Sites and RODC

  • Lab – 1: Configuring Global Catalog Server
  • Lab – 2: Creating Active Directory Sites
  • Lab – 3: Creating Active Directory Site-Links
  • Lab – 4: Creating a Pre-Create RODC Account.
  • Lab – 5: Configuring Read-Only Domain Controller

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

  • Lab – 1: Installing DHCP Service
  • Lab – 2: Creating a Scope
  • Lab – 3: Creating DHCP Reservations
  • Lab – 4: DHCP Server Backup and Restore

Domain Naming System (DNS)

  • Lab – 1: Installing DNS Service
  • Lab – 2: Creating Standard Primary Forward Lookup Zones
  • Lab – 3: Creating Standard Primary Reverse Lookup Zones
  • Lab – 4: Creating Secondary Zone
  • Lab – 5: Creating Stub Zone
  • Lab – 6: Creating Active Directory Integrated Primary zone
  • Lab – 7: Conditional Forwarders

Computer hardware basics

Binary, hexadecimal number systems

Basic networking terminology

Internetworking concepts

Major components of network system

Clients and servers

Network interface cards (NICs)

Internetworking devices

Media and topologies

Major network access methods

Key features of each

Switching technologies

SMALL NEWORKING ENVIRONMENT

Functions and operations

IP addressing

Classes

Subnetting

IP address scheme

Calculating valid sub network addresses

Calculating mask values

Local Area (LAN)

Wide Area (WAN)

Remote access services

Cisco internet operating systems (IOS)

Cisco catalyst Switches and Routers

Network discovery and management

Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP)

Telnet

Trivial FTP (TFTP)

LINUX

Basic concepts of operating system

Kernel

Shell

File system structure

Basic concepts of Linux

Red Hat Enterprise Linux Vs Fedora

Basic commands in Linux

Networking addresses

Routing Protocols

Routed Protocols

NETWORK OPERATIONAL PARAMETERS

Display network operational

parameters

Bridging

Switching

Spanning Tree protocol

Purpose and operations

VLANs

Trunking

Configure a switch and router

Troubleshoot a switch and router

Implementing VLSMReserved

address space

OSPF

Configure, verify, and trouble shoot

EIGRP

Configure, verify and trouble shoot

ACL

Configure, verify, and trouble shoot

Virtual private networks (VPNs) Solutions

Introduction to ipv6 Addressing

Introduction to Wireless LAN’s

Build a functional router configuration

Installation of Linux

User management

Group management

File Permissions

Disk Partitioning.

1. ANOLOG    DIGITAL

  • A/C & D/C Current, Soldering & Disordering
  • Balling & Rebelling, IC replace Using Blower
  • How to use Multi meter, SMD Rework Station
  • How to check Components in Electronics
  • Circuit Tracing, IC Soldering

2. RESISTOR

  • Carbon Resistor (Colour coding)
  • Carbon Film Resisters
  • Metal Film Resisters
  • Chip Resistors & Digital Resistor

3.DIODES

  • Rectifies Diode
  • Signal Diode
  • Zenar Diode
  • Varoctor Diode
  • Shotkey Diode
  • Tunnel Diode

4.LED

  • Photo Sensitive Diode
  • FET (Field Effect Transistor)
  • MOS FET & J.FETS
  • IC’S:
  • Power IC / Charging IC

5. CAPACITOR

  • Mica Capacitor
  • Polarized Capacitor
  • Paper Capacitor
  • Ceramic Capacitor

6. TRANSISTOR:

  • N-P-N, P-N-P
  • Silicon Transistor
  • Germanium Transistor
  • Power Transistor

7. TRANSFORMER

  • Step up-increasing
  • Step Down Decreasing
  • Driver (or) Protector-Constant

7.COIL

  • Inductor Coils
  • Chowk Coils
  • Digital Coils
  • FUSE

MOTHERBOARD REPAIRS TRAINING

      1. TYPES & MODELS OF MOTHERBOARD
        1. From P1 to P, Duel Core, Core2 Duo, i3, i5, i7,i9
        2. IBM, INTEL, MERCURY, AMD ALL types
        3. All components Identification in MB
        4. Functions Of Components
      2. INPUT/OUTPUT SECTION PROBLEM
        1. Ps2,USB,VGA,LPT,LAN,COM Ports Checking
        2. BIOS Flashing ,Power Section Problems
        3. RAM Section Problems
        4. Processor Section Problems
      3. TROUBLE SHOOTING
        1. No Display (IC’s Replacement)
        2. No Power (Dead Condition)
        3. Automatic Hanging
        4. Automatic Shutdown
        5. Automatic Restarting
      4. HDD, CD, DVD Not Detecting
        1. Blue Serene error Problems
        2. Clock signals checking with CRO (oscillate scope)
        3. North Bridge Checking
        4. South Bridge checking ( Voltage Singnals)
      5. SMPS (POWER SUPPLY)
        1. No Power, Low Outputs
        2. High Outputs, Power Good Problems
        3. AC Fuse Blow off Frequently
      6. CD, DVD ERITERS
        1. Not Detecting, Belt Problems
        2. Reading & Writing Problems
        3. Lens Problems, Sensor Problems
        4. Tray & Logiv Card Problems
      7. Hard Disk Drivers (HDD)
        1. Bad sectors & Culsters
        2. Detecting Problems
        3. Logic Card Burning
      8. UPS
        1. Charging Problems
        2. Back up & Battery Problems 

DIPLOMA IN LAPTOP CHIP LEVEL

      1. BASIC ELECTRONICS
        1. Usage of Soldering Rod & Hot Air Gun.
        2. Usage of Multi meter & Component checking
      2. INTRODUCTION OF LAPTOP & PARTS IDENTIFICATION
        1. Laptop Assembling and Disassembling
        2. Motherboard, LCD, Inverter
        3. Keypad, Touchpad, CD/DVD
        4. Processors, Rams, Bluetooth
        5. WIFI, CCFL
        6. Batteries, Projector
        7. Section Wise Parts Checking
        8. Laptop I/O Sections
        9. Digital Components Identification and Checking
        10. C’S Identification
        11. I/O IC, Power IC
        12. controller IC, Charging IC
      3. BOARD SIDE PROBLEMS & ADAPTOR REPAIRING
        1. Mother Board Working With Block Diagrams And Circuit Tracing
        2. Core Voltages Checking
        3. Processor Section Repairs
        4. Memory Section
        5. Power Section Voltages (with Multi Meter)
        6. Clock Signal Checking With C.R.O (oscillo Scope)
        7. Bios Chip Flashing
        8. North Bridge
        9. South Bridge Problems
        10. I/o Controlling Ic Replacement
        11. All Components Repairs
        12. Maxim Controlling Chips Replacement
        13. Motherboard Tracing
        14. B G A Chips Voltages & Signals Checking (M C H & I C H)

BURNING TEST WITH POWER

ON LIVE LAPTOPS

      1. I/O SECTION PROBLEMS
        1. Key Pad, Mouse Pad
        2. LAN, Sound, USB
        3. WI-FI & Blue Tooth
        4. HDD, DVD
        5. Modem Trouble Shooting & Repairs
      2. BOOTING PROBLEMS
        1. HDD & DVD Not Detecting
        2. Key Pad & Mouse Pad Problems
        3. Booting Password Problems

 

      1. CHARGING PROBLEMS
        1. Low Back Up
        2. No Back Up
        3. Battery Not Charging
      2. SCREEN SIDE PROBLEMS
        1. Inverter Problems, Horizontal & Vertical Line Display Problems
        2. CCFL Changing (screen Inside Lamp)
        3. Data Cable And CPU Connector Checking
        4. LCD’s Section Problems
        5. Hinges And Screen Replacement
      3. TROUBLE SHOOTING
        1. No Power , No Display
        2. Hanging &shut Down
        3. Dull Display (or) DIMM Display
        4. White Display
        5. Colour Lines
      4. FAULT FINDINGS AND TROUBLESHOOTING FOR ALL BRANDS WITH LIVE LAPTOPS

REPAIRING OF PRINTER TRAINING

    1. DOT MATRIX PRITERS
    • Section deals with:
    1. Power section ( SMPS)
    2. Logic card section ( motor & ph )
    3. Carriage , paper feed section
    4. Ribbon / ribbon gare section
    5. Print head section
    6. Sensor problems
    7. Non impact printer:
    1. LASER PRINTER
      1. Power & laser section
      2. Logic card & sensor
      3. Toner cartridges & refilling
      4. Paper pickup & Furser section
      5. Teflon sheet replace
    2. LINE MATRIX PRINTERS
      1. ASSEMBLING & DE-ASSEMBLING
      2. MECHANISMS OF ALL TYPES OF PRINTERS
    3. INKJET/DESK-JET & SCANNER
      1. Power section(SMPS)
      2. Carriage section
      3. Print head section
      4. Ink cartridges refilling
      5. Sensor problems

Introduction to UNIX & LINUX

      1. History of UNIX and LINUX
      1. Basic concepts of Operating System, Kernel, Shell & File System structure
      1. Basic concepts of Linux
      1. Differences between CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Fedora
      1. Basic commands of Linux
      1. Advanced Linux Commands
      1. Installation of Linux
      1. Interactive Installation
      1. Network Based Installation
      1. Introduction to Graphical Environment
      1. Use and customize the GNOME interface
      1. Perform command tasks using the GNOME GUI
      1. Launch applications from command line & GNOME interface
      1. Customize X Window System
      1. Software Package Administration
      1. Installing and deleting software packages
      1. Querying and updating software packages
      1. User and Group Administration
      1. Creating and deleting users from the systems
      1. Modifying users profile
      1. Creating and deleting groups
      1. Important system files related to user administration
      1. Advanced File Permissions
      1. Assigning advanced files permissions i.e. chmod, chown, chgrp & Sticky bit
      1. Creating, modifying and deleting ACL’s
      1. Disk Partitioning and Mounting File System
      1. Using fdisk, disk druid utilities for disk partitioning
      1. Using mkfs, commands to create file systems
      1. Mounting various file systems
      1. Auto mounting of file system
      1. Disk Quotas
      1. Enabling Quotas on partitions
      1. Creating Quotas for users
      1. Auditing Quotas limit
      1. Backup and Recovery
      1. Introduction to various types of backup media
      1. Backup and restoring using tar and CPIO commands
      1. NFS
      1. Configuring NFS server
      1. Mounting NFS exports on NFS clients
      1. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
      1. Configuring Linux as DHCP Server
      1. Configuring various clients for DHCP Server (Windows & Linux)
      1. DNS Server
      1. Configuration of DNS server
      1. Configuration of primary DNS server
      1. Configuration of forward lookup zone
      1. Configuration of reverse lookup zone
      1. Testing tool of DNS zones
      1. Adding services in DNS
      1. Mail Server (SMTP, POP3, IMAP)
      1. Basics of Mail Servers
      1. Configuring SMTP service using Postfix
      1. Configuring POP3 / IMAP service on Linux
      1. Web Server (Apache)
      1. Basics of Web Service
      1. Introduction to Apache
      1. Configuring Apache for main site
      1. Configuring Apache for multiple sites using IP-based, port based and name-based virtual hosting
      1. FTP Server (VSFTP daemon)
      1. Basics of File Transfer Protocol
      1. Configuring VSFTP for anonymous ftp service
      1. RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) & Logical Volume Manager
      1. Implementing RAID on Linux
      1. RAID levels (0, 1 and 5) configuration using raid tools
    1. Resizing the Partition using LVM