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Hardware And Networking

Hardware refers to the physical components (computer screen, mouse, keyboard, scanner, hard drive) that comprise a computer system while networking enables multiple computers to exchange data via cable or wireless media. A Hardware and Networking professional is a person trained in building , servicing and resolving issues pertaining to Computer Hardware and Networking.
Software requires hardware and as long as hardware exists, job opportunities for Computer Hardware and Networking professionals too will always be available. Given the increasing digitization and penetration of computers in India, there’s a great demand for such professionals. This demand has in turn fueled the demand for vocational courses in Hardware and Networking.

Hrishi Computer Education (a Government recognized institute) is one the best training institutes in the Mumbai North region (Vasai, Virar, Palghar) offering a Diploma Course in Hardware and Networking. Our course completely focuses on practical training and making our students job-ready on completion of the course.

And the cherry on the cake is that we offer 100% placement assistance to students once they successfully complete the course!!

COURSE DURATION

4 Months

WEEKLY

6 Days/ 3 Hours

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Given below is a list of the modules that comprise the syllabus for our Diploma in Hardware and Networking course.

Fundamentals of
personal computer

1
  • Define the computer
  • Identify different hardware components
  • Identify types of computers
  • Identify input and output devices
  • Identify types of memories (RAM, ROM)
  • Identify units used to measure the memory capacity
  • Enumerate the different types of software
  • Explain how to install and uninstall software
  • Starting a pc for the first time

Module - 2

2
  • Installing microprocessor
  • Configuring microprocessor
  • Upgrading
  • Troubleshooting
    • Using bios beep codes
    • Using award bios beep codes
    • Using pc memory diagnostic software
  • Configuring motherboard
  • Installing motherboard
  • Troubleshooting

Power supply, cooling &
protection

3
  • Components of power supply
    • Power connectors
    • Power switches
    • Power supply fan
  • Installing power supply
  • Removing power supply
  • Installing a case fan
  • Power protection & back up
  • Protecting a system using back up
  • Power systems
  • Selecting a ups
  • Troubleshooting

Module - 4

4
  • Installing the hard disk
  • Partitioning the hard disk
    • Primary partition
    • Extended partition
    • Logical partition
  • Formatting the hard disk
    • Low level formatting
    • High level formatting
  • Troubleshooting
  • Components of the cd drive
    • Optical head
    • Head actuator
    • Spindle motor
    • Loading mechanism
    • Connectors
  • Jumpers
  • Working of the cd drive
  • Installing the cd drive
  • Working with cd writer software
  • Creating a bootable cd
  • Troubleshooting
    • Changing the boot sequence
    • Aligning the cd drive
  • Installing & configuring
  • Combo drives
  • Troubleshooting DVD drive

Module - 5

5
  • Troubleshooting
  • Connecting the keyboard
  • Troubleshooting the keyboard
  • Connecting the mouse
  • Troubleshooting the mouse

Scanners

6
  • Installation
    • Installing a scanner
    • Installing a parallel port scanner
    • Installing a usb port scanner
    • Installing a scsi scanner
  • Configuring the scanner
  • Troubleshooting the scanner
    • Computer does not recognize the scanner
    • Scanner does not work
    • Scanner does not work properly after a system crash
    • Cannot access web scanners
    • Scans are not clear

Module - 7

7
  • Installation
  • Installing a printer
  • Installing a parallel and USB port printer
  • Installing a SCSI printer
  • Configuring the printer
  • Troubleshooting the printer
  • Assembling a printer
  • Setting up a printer
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Installatione
    • Installing SCSI drives
    • Installing the host adapter
    • Installing the internal SCSI device
    • Installing the external SCSI device
  • Troubleshooting
    • Problem with SCSI daisy chain
    • The connected device is not working properly

Monitors

8
  • Installing the monitor
  • Testing the monitor
  • Components of an adapter
    • Components of bios
  • Installing the adapters
  • Troubleshooting the monitor
  • Troubleshooting the adapter

Assembling and
disassembling a pc

9
  • Assembling a PC
    • System case
    • Opening a case
    • Installing a power supply
    • Configuring a motherboard
    • Installing a microprocessor
    • Installing a motherboard
    • Installing a memory
    • Mounting the disk drive
    • Mounting the floppy disk drives
    • Mounting the cd rom drive
    • Connecting the peripheral devices
  • Disassembling a PC
    • Removing the device cover
    • Removing the disk drive
    • Removing the RAM
    • Removing the processor fan
    • Removing the processor
    • Removing the cooling fan
    • Removing the motherboard

Pc maintenance and
troubleshooting

10
  • Maintaining the hard disk drive
  • Scanning your disk
  • Working with CHKDSK
  • Working with disk cleanup utility
  • Maintaining the I/O devices
  • Troubleshooting the printer
    • Mouse
    • Keyboard
    • Monitor
    • Scanner
  • Maintaining the storage devices
  • Maintaining the CD-ROMs drive

Installing drivers

11
  • Installing drivers using add hardware wizard
  • Viewing hardware devices in windows XP/7/8/10
  • Troubleshooting

Antivirus software

12
  • Installing antivirus software
  • Working with the antivirus software
  • Configuring the antivirus
  • Using live update
  • Manual update of antivirus
  • Scanning drives
  • Using a fix tool
  • Preventing virus attack

Working with a portable pc

13
  • Laptop components
  • Laptop input & output devices
  • Troubleshooting

Working with BIOS/CMOS

14
  • Motherboard bios
  • Bios manufacturers
  • Accessing the bios
  • Determining your bios version
  • Reboot environment
  • Basic input/output system (bios) packaging
  • Complementary metal oxide semiconductor(CMOS)
  • BIOS settings for backup
  • Upgrading the bios setup utility
  • Setting the standard CMOS
  • Setting the advance setup
  • Setting the power management
  • Setting the plug and play(PNP)features
  • Applying optimal settings
  • Applying best performance settings
  • Setting the features setup
  • Setting the CPU, PNP setup page
  • Setting the hardware monitor
  • Setting the bios password
  • Troubleshooting the system using the BIOS beep codes

Working with system utilities

15
  • Working with disk management utility
  • Creating a partition
  • Modifying drive letters
  • Deleting a partition
  • Working with partition magic pro utility
    • Creating a partition
    • Formatting a partition
    • Resizing a partition
  • Converting the partition file system
    • Splitting a partition
    • Merging a partition
    • Deleting a partition
    • Undeleting a partition
    • Copying a partition
  • Installation a windows
    • Types of a windows
    • Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10
  • Troubleshooting
  • System crash
  • Windows hang

Module - 1

1
  • Cable Types and Cable Configuration
    • Coaxial Cable
      • CAT-5, CAT-6
    • Twisted Pair Cable
    • C. Fiber Optic Cable
  • Connectors
  • Identify mac address in windows
  • Network interface card (NIC) installation
  • To test the NIC
  • To configure IP address in windows
  • To ping a host
  • To configure gateway
  • Color coding
  • Sharing resources on network
  • Configure wins on the client pc nntp
  • NETSTAT command
  • To install proxy server
  • To view the files and folders on ftp
  • To configure nntp in outlook express
  • To establish connection to the server using telnet
  • To create an email account in Microsoft outlook
  • To perform loopback test using windows hyper terminal
  • IPCONFIG command
  • Arp command
  • Troubleshooting TCP/IP using network diagnostics

Module – 2

2
  • Installation
  • Configuration
    • To configure a task manager
  • To create a console for a remote computer using mmc
  • To access the remote computer using cmc
  • To configure server to allow remote desktop for administration
  • To access the remote desktop
  • To enable remote assistance
  • To make a request for remote assistance
  • To enable offering remote assistance
  • To initiate remote assistance
  • To install IIS
  • To configure IIS
  • To assign user rights to an account
  • To access a remote server running IIS
  • To stop a site from running
  • To create a meta base backup of IIS
  • To view router statistics
  • To perform a backup
  • To perform a incremental backup
  • To perform restore
  • To perform restore in single folder
  • To schedule the backup
  • To modify the time for the scheduled backup
  • To create a backup of system state
  • To restore the system state data
  • To create an automated system recovery backup
  • To install recovery console
  • To use the recovery console for troubleshooting
  • To delete a recovery console

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