Diploma in Advanced Software Development Methodologies (DASDM) The course is targeted towards science graduates who wish to venture into the domain of software testing and latest web technologies.
What is CDAC..?
Set up in 1988, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is a scientific society of the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India, carrying out Research and Development (R&D) in IT, electronics and associated areas. As an institution for high-end R&D, C-DAC has been at the forefront of the IT revolution in the country, constantly building capacities in emerging/enabling technologies, and innovating and leveraging its expertise, calibre and skill sets to develop and deploy IT products and solutions for diverse sectors.
What is DASDM?
The DASDM course highlights include such as
- Course is designed and developed in consultation with the domain experts of C-DAC, academia and ICT industry.
- The course syllabus is regularly updated with the latest trends in the ICT industry.
- The expert faculty members from C-DAC and ICT industry with extensive domain knowledge shall conduct the lectures.
- Training centres are well equipped with laboratory.
- The Tutorials and hands-on sessions are relevant to the standards of the ICT industry.
- Students are provided Placement assistance and region-wise common campus placements.
- Periodic Corporate / industry interaction will be conducted.
- The students have to undertake a live project either at the C-DAC training centres or in the IT industry / IT organization.
- Aptitude and Effective communication is an integral part of the syllabus for personality development of the students.
The admission to the DASDM course is through a Common Entrance Test (CET). The syllabus of the CET comprises of the following:
Computing Awareness (20 questions)
Evolution of computers, Computer generations, Computer organization, Primary and Secondary storage, Input-output devices, Computer software, Operating systems, Data communications and computer networking, Multimedia, Classification of computers, Algorithms, Flow charts, Fundamentals of Programming
C Programming (20 questions)
Fundamentals of C Language, Data Types, Variables, Operators and Enums , Decision Making, Loop control , Control Flow Statements, Array, Function, Pointer, Structure, Union
Functional English (20 questions)
Mathematical Aptitude (20 questions)
Reasoning (20 questions)
Recommended Reference Books
The list of reference books for the various topics of CET is given below:
1. Foundations of Computing – P. K. Sinha and Priti Sinha (BPB)
2. C in Depth by Deepali Srivastava, S. K. Srivastava
3. The C Programming Language by Brian W. Kernighan / Dennis Richie
4. GRE Barrons
5. Quantitative Aptitude by R. S. Agrawal
6. Any English Grammar book of High School standard
How To Register
The process of admission to C-DAC’s Diploma course begins with Registration of prospective candidates on the C-DAC website, acts.cdac.in. Upon registering, candidates will get their form number that can be used to log in and fill the CET application form online. The form number must be remembered by the candidate as it will be the reference number and login ID of the candidate during the whole admission process. Read carefully the instructions on the C-DAC website while filling the online registration and application forms.
The candidate will get the Form No. and password in his mail id. Once candidates have completed registration, the next step is to log in and fill the CET application form. After filling the application form, candidates have to upload their passport size photograph.
The candidate needs to pay the CET examination fees of INR 600/- towards the Common Entrance Test using the payment gateway facility available using the credit card or debit card.
The candidates need to select the training centre for CET from the following list training centres located in Delhi, Indore, Jaipur, Mumbai, Nagpur, Patna, Pune and Ranchi.
Note: The study training center and CET centre shall be same for candidates so before selecting the CET centre candidates need to ensure selecting the study centre for undergoing the training.
The students undergo the Project Internship of one month in different IT organizations.
The placement cell in every centre shall help the candidate in providing the Project Internship. The students have to undertake a project work in the last month of DASDM course. The placement team shall assist the students in undergoing this project work in the Companies as a internship.
We also conduct soft skill classes for the students for an overall personality development by which they improve on their communication skills, presentation skills, Aptitude, Interview techniques, group discussion skills and many other aspects of their personality. Experience during the course prepares them for a successful career thereafter.
Common Campus Placement Programme (CCPP) for students of all training centres shall be conducted in Pune region.
The schedule of DASDM course admission activities is provided in the table below:
|Start date of Online registration||Jul 26, 2019 (16:30HRS)|
|Last date of Online Registration and Payment of fee||Aug 25, 2019 (16:30HRS)|
|Downloading of Admit Card||Aug 27, 2019|
|Common Entrance Test (CET)||Aug 31 & Sept 01, 2019|
|Announcement of result||Sept 05, 2019|
|Last date of payment of course fees of INR 70000/-+ GST||Sept 25, 2019|
|Certificate verification and registration||Sept 25, 2019|
|Commencement of course||Sept 26, 2019|
DASDM Course Modules:
Problem Solving, Mathematical Thinking & Algorithms - 50 Hours
OOPS and Data Structures Using Java - 90 Hours
Introduction to Computer Science Using Python - 60 Hours
Modern Database Technologies and Data Models - 60 Hours
Software Engineering Tools and Techniques - 40 Hours
Full Stack Development - 100 Hours
Advanced Java - 80 Hours
Software Testing Tools and Techniques - 90 Hours
Upcoming Technologies - 30 Hours
Aptitude and Effective Communication - 100 Hours
Internship with Projects - 200 Hours
Industrial project works.