(Admission) CDAC Pune: PG Diploma in Integrated VLSI and Embedded System Design 2010

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Central for development of advanced computing
(A scientific society of ministry of communications and information technology, govt of India)
Website http://acts.cdac.in

Post graduate diploma in integrated VLSI and Embedded system design

Duration: 6 months, fees: 70,000/-

C-DAC is committed to nation building through its advanced computing training school (ACTS) offering advanced courses through a network of training centers across India. The above course is designed keeping in view, the current and future needs of the VLSI and Embedded industry. The placement cell at the centers assists the students to get placed in MNCs and major Indian companies

Course modules:

  • Programming languages and fundamentals,
  • Advanced microcontroller programming,
  • RTOS programming driver development,
  • Embedded system techniques,
  • Advanced digital design,
  • HDLs (VHDL, verilog, synthesis),
  • ASIC designing, system architecture,
  • CMOS,
  • Projects

Eligibility: M.Tech/B.Tech/ME/BE in electronics/electrical/ET&TC/electrical and electronics/instrumentation/computer science/M.Sc (electronics), B.Sc (electronics, instrumentation)

Job placement assistance through CDAC ACTS common campus placement programme

Admission procedure: The application form for admission to PGDIVESD course is to be downloaded from http://acts.cdac.in, and sent along with the non-refundable registration fee of Rs 500/- for the CET to be paid by demand draft on any nationalized bank in favor of CDAC, ACTS payable at Pune and sent to, the programme co-ordinator, C-DAC, advanced computing training school, 5th floor, NSG IT park, s.no. 127/2B/2A, Aundh, Pune-411007, Maharashtra

Candidates are required to give the details on the backside of demand draft like name of the candidates, registration, ID, form no, contact no and the course applied for i.e. PG DIVESD Feb 2010 batch

  • The above course commences on 29th March, 2010