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Certificate in Hardware course validates competency in networking administration and support. BINT has designed its Networking and Hardware Courses so Well that, searching a job in market after finishing of the course is very easy. You Will get several job offers from reputed organizations in Market. We  Technologies is a pioneer in career building industry for Hardware and Networking sector. We are associated with many of the major IT Companies like Infosys, Honeywell, Wipro, HCL, HP, IBM etc.
Computer Networking and Hardware is one of the fastest growing sectors. The hardware sector is crucially associated with computer hardware and development fact-finding. This program covers the training in networking administration and support on different kinds of Operating Systems like Windows 2003/8, Linux, Windows 7 etc. It also provides you the knowledge of media and topologies, protocols and standards, Storage area Network and Network Security. The demand for skilled network support professionals has been growing significantly. The technology community identifies this course as the perfect entry point into a networking career. Upon completion of this course one can work as a Field support Technician, Network Support Technician, Network Administrator etc.

Networking Course Contents


Basic Network Theory

  • Network Definitions
  • Network Models
  • Connectivity
  • Network Addressing
  • Signaling Concepts


Network Connectivity

  • The Data Package
  • Establishing a Connection
  • Reliable Delivery
  • Network Connectivity
  • Noise Control
  • Building Codes
  • Connection Devices


Advanced Network Theory

  • The OSI Model
  • Ethernet
  • Network Resources
  • Token Ring/IEEE 802.5
  • FDDI
  • Wireless Networking


Common Network Protocols

  • Families of Protocols
  • NetBEUI
  • Bridges and Switches
  • The TCP/IP Protocol
  • Building a TCP/IP Network
  • The TCP/IP Suite


TCP/IP Services

  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • DNS Name Resolution
  • NetBIOS Support
  • SNMP
  • TCP/IP Utilities
  • Upper Layer Services: FTP


Alternate Network Protocols

  • Introduction to IPX/SPX
  • AppleTalk
  • Introduction to Apple Open Transport
  • Introduction to IPv6


Network LAN Infrastructure

  • Implement LAN Protocols on a Network
  • IP Routing
  • IP Routing Tables
  • Router Discovery Protocols
  • Data Movement in a Routed Network
  • Virtual LANs (VLANs)


Network WAN Infrastructure

  • The WAN Environment
  • WAN Transmission Technologies
  • WAN Connectivity Devices
  • Voice Over Data Services


Remote Networking

  • Remote Networking
  • Remote Access Protocols
  • VPN Technologies

Network Security

  • Introduction to Network Security
  • Virus Protection
  • Local Security
  • Network Access
  • Internet Security


Disaster Recovery

  • The Need for Disaster Recovery
  • Disaster Recovery Plan
  • Data Backups
  • Fault Tolerance


Advanced Data Storage Techniques

  • Enterprise Data Storage
  • Clustering
  • Network Attached Storage
  • Storage Area Networks


Network Troubleshooting

  • Using a Systematic Approach to Troubleshooting
  • Network Support Tools: Utilities
  • The Network Baseline


Hardware Course Contents

Introduction to Operating System (DOS)

  • Introduction to OS Booting sequence in DOS
  • Internal & external commands

Working with Windows 98

  • Hardware profiles
  • System and memory Resource management
  • Boot sequence
  • System management and maintenance tools
  • Registry monitoring tools and troubleshooting resources.

Working with Windows 2000

  • Installing Windows 2000 Professional and Server
  • Administration tools
  • Microsoft Management Consoles
  • Basic disk management
  • The boot process
  • System recovery using safe mode
  • Using Device manager

Networking with Windows 98 and 2000

  • Discussion on TCP/IP.
  • Installing Network adapters, protocols and services
  • Discussion of Workgroup or Domain models
  • Mapping network and printer connections.

A+ PC Support (Core Hardware) (Part-II)

Assembling & Installation

  • Add on card identification
  • Assembling a computer
  • Installation of DOS, 95,98,ME, MS-Office etc.,
  • Configuration of display, sound card

Basic Electronics

  • Resistors, capacitors and Inductors
  • Conductors, Insulators and semiconductors
  • Comparison between AC and DC Current
  • Diodes and transistors
  • Rectifiers and voltage Regulators

Digital Electronics

  • Number System and conversion
  • Basic logic gates (NOT, AND, OR)
  • Universal gates (NAND, NOR)
  • Flip flops (RS, D and JK)
  • Counters, Shift registers
  • Multiplexer and Demultiplexer
  • Introduction to Integrated Circuits

Microprocessor and Support chips

  • Difference between 8085,8086 and 8088
  • Data, Address and control bus
  • Dumb and Smart chip
  • Use of 8284,8288, 74LS245, 74LS373, in a PC
  • Use of 8237,8253.8255 & 8259 in a PC.

Advanced Microprocessor

  • Difference between PC-XT & PC-AT
  • Processor speed ratings
  • Study on Intel 80286, 80386, 80486
  • Study on Pentium, MMX, Pentium Pro, Celeron, PII, PIII,P4, Xeon
  • Study on Hyperthreading and DualCore Technology
  • Pipelining and superscalar execution
  • Difference between RISC and CISC
  • Discussion on Overdrive processor
  • Processor performance tests
  • AMD- K5, K6, K7, Athlon, Duron, Cyrix- M II, Media GX
  • Multiprocessor configuration

Using System Resources and Memory

  • Managing IRQ and I/O Base addresses.
  • Configuring DMA Channels
  • Troubleshooting resource conflicts
  • Memory management
  • The system and logical Memory Layouts
  • Adapter Memory Configuration and optimization
  • Different Memory types
  • Discussion on Cache Memory.


  • Socket identification & I/O Slots
  • Study on LX, BX, ZX, 810,820, 815, 840 and 850 motherboard
  • Upgrading the motherboard and the processor
  • Bus Slots and I/O Cards
  • Types of I/O Buses (ISA, EISA, MCA, VESA, PCMCIA and PCI)
  • Study on Notebook and Laptop architecture.

Storage Devices

  • Floppy Disk Controller and drive
  • Read/write Heads and Head Actuators
  • Sensors and motors in a FDD
  • Analyzing floppy disk and drive construction
  • Data organization in floppy disk
  • Analyzing problems in FDD.

Hard Disk Drives

  • Data encoding scheme (FM, MFM, RLL)
  • Different HDD interface (ST-506/412, ESDI, IDE)
  • Study on SCSI interface
  • Data organization (MBR, DBR, FAT)
  • Data recovery using Various tools
  • Hard Disk Limitations (File System and BIOS)
  • Introduction to Disk Arrays (RAID)
  • Analyzing and troubleshooting Hard Disk Drive
  • Introduction to Tape Drives

Optical Storage Device

  • Introduction to CD-ROM, DVD, CD-RW
  • Encoding and data organization in CD-ROM
  • Multiread and Universal Disk Format (UDF)
  • Troubleshooting CD-ROM Drives
  • Introduction to MO Drives


  • Virus History
  • Types of viruses (Trojans, File, Boot sector, etc.)
  • Installing different Antivirus packages

Communication Ports and modem

  • Using communication ports and devices
  • Serial port configuration
  • Null Modem Configuration (RS-232)
  • Modem Standards
  • Configuring modem for internet connectivity
  • Internet concept and browsing
  • Introduction of USB


Parallel Ports and Printers

  • Parallel port configuration
  • Detecting and testing Parallel port using DEBUG
  • Introduction to Printers
  • Printer working concepts (DMP, inkjet, LaserJet)
  • Detailed study about dot-matrix and inkjet printers
  • Troubleshooting printer
  • Introduction Scanners

Software and Hardware Diagnostic Tools

  • Power-on Self Test (POST)
  • Using AMIDIAG, Norton Diagnostics, QAPLUS and MSD
  • GUI based Diagnostics Utility

Operating system and hardware troubleshooting

  • Differentiating problems between Hardware, software and OS
  • Potential system problems
  • Diagnosing problems through Beep Sounds
  • Analyzing and repairing hardware problem
  • Advanced Troubleshooting

Monitors and Power Supply

  • Power supply functions and operation
  • AT and ATX power supply
  • Repairing a power supply
  • Introduction to monitors
  • Identifying different sections in monitor
  • Basic troubleshooting of monitors

Introduction to Networking

  • Network Cabling and Interfaces
  • Introduction to Baseband and broadband
  • Network Cable Types (Co-axial, Twisted pair, Fiber Optic)
  • Network Technologies (Ethernet, Token Ring)
  • Discussion on ISO/OSI Model and Network Protocol

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