Mapped to CompTIA, Microsoft, Red Hat and CISCO Curriculums

Objective

This program is specially designed for students willing to make a career in the specialized field of computer Hardware, Networking and System Administration. The program aims to develop highly trained and employable Networking and Systems Professionals with Knowledge, Communication, Attitude, Personality and Skills ready for immediate employment.

The course syllabus has been primarily mapped to A+, N+, MCSE, RHCE and CCNA Curriculums to give an in-depth knowledge on both Windows and Linux platforms.

Job Oppurtunities

  • IT Support Engineer/Technician
  • Network Engineer/Technician
  • Systems Engineer/Administrator
  • Server Support Specialist
  • Field Support Technician

Duration

1 Year

Eligibility

Minimum 10+2 pass

Award of Qualification

Student will be awarded "Mahan Certified System Specialist Diploma" by the institute on completion of the course as per institute's norms.

Admissions

Admission to the course is based on a candidate's academic performance/written test/interview.

Placement

On successful completion of the course, students will be provided 100% placement assistance as per institute's norms.

Fees

Admission Fee : Rs. 10,000/-


Course Fee

Lumpsum Plan : Rs. 28,000/- x 1
Semester Plan : Rs. 15,000/- x 2
Quarterly Plan : Rs. 8,000/- x 4

Fee includes Tuition, Lab, Library, Study Material and Internal Examination charges. Service Tax and Third Party fees to be paid extra as applicable.

Course Ouline

Introduction to ICT Resources
PC Assembly, Operation and Troubleshooting
Utilities
Networking Concepts
Network Administration

Installing, Configuring and Administrating Microsoft Windows

Installing Windows
Implementing and Conducting Administration and Resources
Manage and Troubleshoot Access to Shared Folders
Connect to Local and Network Print devices
Implementing, Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drives
Monitoring and Optimizing System Performance and Reliability
Configuring and Troubleshooting the Desktop Environment
Implementing, Managing and Troubleshooting Network Protocols and Services
Configuring, Managing and Troubleshooting Security
Configure, Manage and Troubleshoot Internet Explorer Security Setting

Windows Server

Introduction to Microsoft Windows Server
Installing Microsoft Windows Server
Administrating Microsoft Windows Server
Monitoring Microsoft Windows Server
Backing up and Restoring Data
Maintaining the Operating System
Working with User Accounts
Working with Group
Working with Computer accounts
Sharing File System Resources
Working with Printers
Managing Device Drivers
Managing Disk Storage

Implementing, Managing and Maintaining Microsoft Windows Server Network

Infrastructure
Implementing DHCP
Managing and Monitoring DHCP
Implementing Name Resolution using DNS
Network Security
Securing Network Traffic with IPSec
Implementing and Managing Software Update Services
Configuring, routing by using Routing and Remote Access
Maintaining a network Infrastructure

Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server Network Infrastructure

Introduction to Network Infrastructure Administration
Assigning IP addresses
Routing IP
Planning a Name Resolution
Connecting to the Internet
Server Clustering
Securing a Network Infrastructure
Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
Securing Network Communication
Monitoring a Network Infrastructure

Linux Essentials

Linux Ideas & History
Linux Usage Basics
Running Commands & Basic Help
Browsing the File System
Users, Group & Permissions
Using the Bash Shell
Standard I/O & Pipes
Text Processing Tools
vim: An Advanced Text Editor
Basic System Configuration Tools
Investigating & Managing Processes
Configuring the Bash shell
Finding & Processing File
Network Clients
Advanced Topics in Users, Groups & Permissions
The Linux File System In Depth
Essential System Administration Tools

Linux System Administration

System Initialization
Package Management
Kernel Services
System Services
User Administration
File System Management
Advanced File system Management
Network Configuration
Installation
Virtualization with Xen
Troubleshooting

CCNA

Network Models
TCP/IP
IP Addressing
Configuring a Router
Building a Network
Ethernet Local area Network
Switching
Virtual LAN
Access List
WAN
Network Implementation

PE: Professional English
CS: Communication Skills
PD: Personality Development

OJT/Placement