Course Content

M1. :Telecom Fundamentals {Online learning (video and printed courseware) upto 30 learning days}
Mode: @home

Transmission units and impairments – Modulation and multiplexing – Transmission media – Optical fiber communication – Basics of wdm – DWDM, CWDM architecture – FTTH Technologies – PON  – Basics of sip signalling – Sip call flow – OSI model – Ethernet technologies and protocols – Encapsulation – Virtual Private Network – IPv6 addressing – Wireless LAN – VOIP – Performance management – Local craft Terminal – Telecom Management Network – Digital Loop Carrier – Interface V.5 – Metro Ethernet Services – Overview of NGN – NGN in access and core networks – Overview of Telecom OSS – GSM frequency spectrum and planning – GSM network components – CDMA Technology evolution and Architecture – EVDO and EVDV – UMTS (WCDMA) Overview – Radio and core network mobility – Overview of LTE – Evolution of UMTS (HSDPA and HSUPA) – WiMAX standards, spectrum and data rates – WiMAX architecture – Civil and Electrical Works – RF Engineering and Planning – Earthing in Telecom Systems – Measurement of Earth Resistance & Soil – Safety while handling high voltages – Safety Devices and Inspection – First Aid and action to recover the patient – Handling of Devices Sensitive to Static – Safety from RF and Laser Radiation – Tower safety systems and Fall prevention – Emergency and Rescue Procedures

M2. : Advanced Telecom (94 Hrs.)
Mode:Instructor Led Training
Section 1:

OFC Splicing – Test and measuring instruments – Basics of Transmission systems – Introduction to digital switching – SS7 Signalling in telecommunication – Telephone Traffic Engineering – Long Distance Switching Plans

Section 2:

IP addressing – Networking components and cables – Networking media – Router fundamentals – basic router configuration – Routing protocols – Access control lists – Frame Relay – Network Address Translation (NAT) – LAN Switching and VLAN

Section 3:

PDH Multiplexing Technology – Basic SDH concepts – SDH Multiplexing and Mapping – SDH Network elements and Topologies – SDH system Description – Network Survivability – Network Synchronization – Multi Protocol Label Switching – MPLS based L2 and L3 VPN

Section 4:

Mobile Handset identities – Base station subsystem – Mobile Switching centre – GSM channels and Call Flow – GSM data evolution(GPRS & EDGE) – UMTS Core Network Architecture – Handover between WCDMA and GSM – UTRA Channels and Protocols – WCDMA Radio Network (USIM, NodeB, RNC) – LTE architecture

Section 5:

Antenna Theory(Gain,Propagation) – Antenna Installation Guidelines – Survey Works – BTS Towers and Shelters – BTS Installation Activities – MW Antenna Installation – Concept of Network optimization – Concept of Network optimization – Need for Drive Test and types – Drive test data analysis – Drive Log File analysis – Analyzing Coverage, Quality and Sector swap – Handoff issues – Maps of Rx Level, Rx Quality,SQI etc – Performance /KPI analysis for Drop calls

Section 6 :
Route to successful  employment

Communication skills, Presentation Skills, Mock Aptitude Tests, Mock Interviews Face to face and Tele interviews, tips to crack personal interview, how to start your career in Telecom industry and be successful.

M3. : Lab - Hands on sessions (40 Hrs.)

Lab : Hands on sessions (40 Hrs.)

Mode: Teleman Onsite

OFC splicing – Test and measuring instruments(OTDR) – Optical Power meter, Calibrated light source and optical fiber connector – optical fiber connectorization – IP addressing – Networking components and cables – Networking media – Router fundamentals – basic router configuration – Routing protocols – Access control lists – Frame Relay – Network Address Translation (NAT) – LAN Switching and VLAN – Overview

M4. : Campus to Corporate (20 hrs)
Mode: Activity based Instructor Led Training

The module helps students to build self confidence to manage interviews with ease. It helps in building their self belief and create a winning attitude so essential for success. They will learn to leverage their strengths and mitigate their weaknesses at the end of the course. They will be trained on methodologies and tools to manage their time, and develop their communication skills. Based on extensive discussions with the industry the course now incorporates modules on managing a successful career once they get selected to the role. It helps them transition into corporate life from college seamlessly.

This module will be delivered by our experienced soft skill and placement team using interactive tools, videos and role plays. Learning will be fun here.

The workshops help them perform better than peers at interviews and post that sets them up for a fulfilling career managing in the corporate ecosystem.