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Winter Training Institute in Kolkata

Winter Training Institute in Kolkata

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Course Summary

These days, with the advancement of the technology people are also getting advanced by learning new skills available in the market. Vacations are the best time to learn something new and to grow the skills. With ever changing technologies & methodologies, the competition today in the IT sector is much greater than it had ever before. The IT jobs needs constant technical enhancements to cater to the rapid changing demands. Are you an engineering student or pursuing graduate/post-graduate level IT degree? If yes, then you might have heard about the term "Winter Training". Winter training is important because it is the best way to acquire and clear your concepts about your respective fields.

Global Institute of Cyber Security and Ethical Hacking is the best Winter Training Institute in Kolkata. We offer high quality Courses for 1 month, 2 month and 3 months, during our winter training program, completely customized as per the requirements of the students. Courses in Winter Training Program include various IT courses, which are mentioned below in detail.


COURSE SYLLABUS (CCNA CISCO CERTIFIED NETWORK ASSOCIATE)

Segment1 - Introduction to Computer Networking concepts
Segment2 - Perspective on Networking
Segment3 - The TCP/IP N/Wing Concepts, Protocol, DOD model

Segment4 - OSI reference model, Cisco Layer, IP addressing
Segment5 - Ethernet Data-Link Protocols
Segment6 - IP Address Subnetting Basics, VLSM
Segment7 - Troubleshooting Of IP Addressing, Network Utilities
Segment8 - Lab: Network Layer Utilities

Segment 9 - The IOS user interface, Command-line interface
Segment 10- Router & Switch Administrative Configuration
Segment 11 - Router Interface, Cisco Password, Viewing Saving
Segment 12 - Erase Configuration, Cisco Security Device Manager

Segment 13 - Logging in to Router, Using Help and Editing feature
Segment 14 - Saving a router Configuration
Segment 15 - Setting Your Password
Segment 16 - Password Encryption
Segment 17 - Usernames & SSH
Segment 18 - Setting Hostname, IP address and Clock Rate
Segment 19 - Installing SDM on Machine

Segment 20 - The Internal Component Of Cisco Router
Segment 1 - The Router Boot Sequence
Segment 2 - Managing Configuration Register
Segment 3 - Backing and Restoring the Cisco IOS
Segment 4 - Backing up and restoring Cisco configuration
Segment 5 - Cisco Discovery protocol (CDP) using Telnet
Segment 6 - Resolving hostname

Segment 7 - Backup & Restoring Router IOS
Segment 8 - Backing up The Router Configuration
Segment 9 - Using CDP, Telnet, resolving Hostname

Segment 10 - Basic, Static, Default Routing
Segment 11 - Principal of Routing
Segment 12 - Routing Protoco

Segment 13 - Creating Static Routing, Creating Default routing
Segment 14 - Troubleshooting of Static & default routing

Segment 15 - Configuring Rip, IGRP, Routing loop, Split Horizon
Segment 16 - Holddown, Route Poisoning
Segment 17 - Communicate between RIP v1 and RIP v2
Segment 18 - RIP Timer, EIGRP Feature and Operation

Segment 19 - RIP & IGRP Configuring, RIP v1 and RIP v2
Segment 20 - Debug RIP, Passive-interfaces

Segment 21 - Using EIGRP to support large network, RTP, DUAL
Segment 22 - EIGRP Metric, Configuring EIGRP
Segment 1 - Load balancing with EIGRP, Basic of OSPF

Segment 2 - Configuring & verifying EIGRP, Route Summarization

Segment 3 - Concept of Single Area and Multi Area of OSPF
Segment 4 - Configuring OSPF, Verifying OSPF configuration
Segment 5 - OSPF DR, BDR Election
Segment 6 - OSPF & Loopback Interface

Segment 7 - Configuring OSPF, Neighbors
Segment 8 - OSPF DR and BDR Election

Segment 9 - Virtual LANs, Virtual LAN Concepts
Segment 10 - VLAN & VLAN Trunking Configuration & Verification
Segment 11 - VTP Configuration & Verification
Segment 12 - InterVLAN Routing

Segment 13 - VLAN, Trunking, Inter-Vlan routing
Segment 14 - Troubleshooting SPANNING TREE PROTOCOL
Segment 15 - Spanning Tree Protocol, Rapid STP
Segment 16 - STP Configuration, Verification & Troubleshooting

Segment 17 - STP, STP Port Costs, Switch Priority, RSTP

Segment 18 - Standard & Extended IP Access Control List
Segment 19 - Advances in Managing ACL Configuration

Segment 20 - Standard ACL, Extended ACL
Segment 1 - Named Access List

Segment 2 - WAN Concept & Technology
Segment 3 - IP Services for Internet Access
Segment 4 - Point-to-Point WANs
Segment 5 - PPP Concepts & Configuration

Segment 6 - Basic PPP, CHAP Confiture & Debugging PAP & CHAP

Segment 7 - Frame Relay overview
Segment 8 - Addressing Network Layer Concerns
Segment 9 - Frame Relay, Verification & troubleshooting

Segment 10 - Frame Relay configuration & Address mapping
Segment 11 - Frame Relay & Static Frame Relay Mapping
Segment 12 - Troubleshooting

Segment 13 - Network Address Translation & Translation concepts
Segment 14 - NAT Configuration & Troubleshooting
Segment 15 - VPN fundamentals, IPsec VPNs

Segment 16 - Global Unicast Addressing, Routing & Subnetting
Segment 17 - IPv6 Protocols and Addressing
Segment 18 - Configuring IPv6 Routing and Routing Protocols
Segment 19 - IPv6 Transition Options
Segment 20 - Wireless LAN Concepts
Segment 22 - Deploying WLANs
Segment 23 - Wireless LAN Security



COURSE DESCRIPTION (PYTHON)



Segment 1 - Python Programming for Beginners
Segment 2 - Getting Started with Python
Segment 3 - Print and Strings
Segment 4 - Math
Segment 5 - Variables, Loops and Statements
Segment 6 - While Loops
Segment 7 - For Loops
Segment 8 - If Statments
Segment 9 - If Elif Els
Segment 10 - Functions and Variables
Segment 11 - Function Parameters
Segment 12 - Global And Local Variables
Segment 13 - Understanding Error Detection
Segment 14 - Working with Files and Classes
Segment 15 - Appending To A File
Segment 16 - Reading From A File
Segment 17 - Classes
Segment 18 - Intermediate Python
Segment 19 - Import Syntax
Segment 20 - Making ASSIGNMENT s
Segment 21 - Error Handling - Try And Accept
Segment 22 - Lists vs Tuples And List Manipulation
Segment 23 - Dictionaries



COURSE SYLLABUS(ANDROID DEVELOPMENT)



Segment 1 - How it all got started
Segment 2 - Why Android is different (and important)

Segment 3 - Overview of the stack
Segment 4 - Linux kernel
Segment 5 - Native libraries
Segment 6 - Dalvik
Segment 7 - App framework
Segment 8 - Apps

Segment 9 - Platforms
Segment 10 - Tools
Segment 11 - Versions

Segment 12 - Creating your first project
Segment 13 - The manifest file
Segment 14 - Layout resource
Segment 15 - Running your app on Emulator

Segment 16 - Activities
Segment 17 - Activity lifecycle
Segment 18 - Intents
Segment 19 - Services
Segment 20 - Content Providers
Segment 21- Broadcast Receivers

Segment 1 - XML versus Java UI
Segment 2 - Dip's and Sip's
Segment 3 - Views and layouts
Segment 4 - Common UI components
Segment 5 - Handling user events

Segment 6 - File System
Segment 7 - Preferences
Segment 8 - Notifications
Segment 9 - Security model

Segment 10 - Selection components
Segment 11 - Adapters
Segment 12 - Complex UI components
Segment 13 - Building UI for performance
Segment 14 - Menus and Dialogs
Segment 15 - Graphics & animations

Segment 16 - Multimedia Supported audio formats
Segment 17 - Simple media playback
Segment 18 - Supported video formats
Segment 19 - Simple video playback

Segment 20 - Introducing SQLite
Segment 1 - SQLite Open Helper and creating a database
Segment 2 - Opening and closing a database
Segment 3 - Working with cursors Inserts, updates, and deletes

Segment 4 - Content provider MIME types
Segment 5 - Searching for content



ADVANCE ANDROID


Segment 6 - Why Content Providers
Segment 7 - Where the content comes from
Segment 8 - Implementing the API Supporting content files

Segment 9 - Using Location Based Services
Segment 10 - Working with Google Maps

Segment 11 - Overview of services in Android
Segment 12 - Implementing a Service
Segment 13 - Service lifecycle
Segment 14 - Inter Process Communication (AIDL Services)

Segment 15 - What are Broadcast Receivers
Segment 16 - Implementing broadcast receiver
Segment 17 - System broadcasts and how to use them

Segment 18 - Role of filters
Segment 19 - Intent-matching rules
Segment 20 - Filters in your manifest

Segment 1 - Working with web services
Segment 2 - Best practices

Segment 3 - How Sensors work
Segment 4 - Lig to Sensor readings

Segment 5 - Monitoring and managing Internet connectivity
Segment 6 - Managing active connections
Segment 7 - Managing Wi-Fi

Segment 8 - Making calls
Segment 9 - Accessing phone properties and status
Segment 10 - Controlling the phone

Segment 11- Taking pictures
Segment 12 - Rendering previews

Segment 13 - Controlling local Bluetooth device
Segment 14 - Discovering and bonding with Bluetooth devices

Segment 15 - Introduction to OpenGL ES
Segment 16 - Introduction 2D Graphics

Segment 17 - Twin Animation
Segment 18 - Frame Animation

Segment 19 - Android Application Deployment on device with Linux and Windows
Segment 20- Android Application Deployment on Android Market



COURSE SYLLABUS (CORE JAVA AND ADVANCE JAVA)


Segment 1 - Java OOPS concepts, need for Java
Segment 2 - Classes and interfaces
Segment 3 - Objects, Constructor, fields, methods, variables, keywords
Segment 4 - Inheritance, method overloading and overriding, access specifiers
Segment 5 - jar file, javadocapi creation
Segment 6 - Package, comparing and printing objects
Segment 7 - final variable and initializing
Segment 8 - Bitwise operations, operators, data types
Segment 9 - Generic types, Date, Calendar, Joda
Segment 10 - Inner, anonymous classes
Segment 11 - String, String Buffer, Regular Expressions, arrays, switch statement
Segment 12 - Exception, Reflection, Clone, Assertion
Segment 13 - File Handling, IO package classes
Segment 14 - Enum type
Segment 15 - Multi-threading, concurrency
Segment 16 - Data structures, Collection framework, sorting
Segment 17 - JDBC, SQL, database concepts, drivers

Segment 17 - Sockets, remote communication
Segment 18 - Servlets, Webserver, http methods
Segment 19 - RMI, networking
Segment 20 - JavaServer Pages(JSP), JSTL
Segment 1 - Java Cryptography, encryption
Segment 2 - Java mail, cryptographic protocols
Segment 3 - JMS
Segment 4 - XML

Segment 5 - CSpring Framework, IoC, Dependency Injection,
Segment 6 - Spring Containers : BeanFactory, ApplicationContext
Segment 7 - XmlBeanFactory, ClassPathXmlApplicationContext,FileSystemXmlApplicationContext
Segment 8 - Spring scope : singleton and prototype
Segment 9 - Bean Life Cycle : setup and tear down, init-method and destroy-method
Segment 10 - BeanPostProcessor
Segment 11 - Spring Bean definition inheritance
Segment 12 - Dependency Injection: Through Constructor, setter method
Segment 13 - Injecting Collection, inner bean
Segment 14 - Bean Autowiring: by name, by type, by constructor
Segment 15 - Annotation : Injection required true/false
Segment 16 - Autowiring : setter, property, constructor, qualifier, Component, life cycle
Segment 17 - Spring Wiring, loose coupling

Segment 18 - JDBCTemplate, queryForObject
Segment 19 - PreparedStatementCreator
Segment 20 - PreparedStatementSetter
Segment 21 - DataSource

Segment 1 - Advices: Before, After returning, After throwing, Around

Segment 2 - Define the characteristics of a RESTful web service
Segment 3 - Test a REST web service using cURL or Postman
Segment 4 - Create a REST web application using Spring Boot
Segment 5 - Deploy a REST Spring Boot application
Segment 6 - Run and test a REST Spring Boot application

Segment 7 - Model-Vew-Controller
Segment 8 - Controller, command class, validator
Segment 9 - FormController
Segment 10 - ExceptionResolver, ViewResolver
Segment 11 - MVC annotations: @Controller, @RequestMapping, @ExceptionHandler

Segment 12 - ORM, JDBC to hibernate transition, POJO to DB mapping
Segment 13 - Hibernate Config file, class annotation , associations
Segment 14 - Persistence
Segment 15 - Session, SessionFactory, Transaction
Segment 16 - Spring and Hibernate

Segment 17 - Java Persistence API
Segment 18 - Entities
Segment 19 - Primary Key, Persistent Fields in Entities
Segment 20 - Entity Inheritance
Segment 21 - Entity Manager
Segment 22 - Managing Entities
Segment 23 - JPQL

Segment 1 - Service-Oriented Architecture
Segment 2 - XML, SOAP over HTTP
Segment 3 - Web Services Description Language ÔÇô WSDL
Segment 4 - Universal Description, Discovery and Integration
Segment 5 - Representational State Transfer - RESTfulWebservices

Segment 6 - DBMS, Table, Column, Row
Segment 7 - Constraints, Primary, Foreign, Unique keys
Segment 8 - Queries, DML, select, update, insert
Segment 9 - DDL, create, alter, drop
Segment 10 - DCL, Data Control Language, Grant, Invoke
Segment 11 - Transactional Control Language, Commit, Rollback

Segment 12 - Elements,Attributes, Paragraphs, Headings & Styles
Segment 13 - Links, Images, Classes & lists
Segment 14 - Create simple static web pages,colours,backgrounds
Segment 15 - Create and Work on Forms
Segment 16 - Tables and Frames
Segment 17 - Logical tags
Segment 18 - Responsive UI
Segment 19 - HTML5

Segment 20 - Borders
Segment 21 - Backgrounds
Segment 22 - Font, text-effect
Segment 23 - Animations

Segment 24 - Elements of JavaScript Program
Segment 25 - JavaScript Statements
Segment 26 - Functions
Segment 27 - Objects
Segment 28 - Array
Segment 29 - Events
Segment 30 - Time Outs



COURSE SYLLABUS(IOS)


Segment 1 - Anatomy of an Application
Segment 2 - Underneath Xcode
Segment 3 - Installing the iPhone SDK
Segment 4 - What You’ll Need
Segment 5 - The iPhone Simulator
Segment 6 - Downloading and Installing the iPhone SDK
Segment 7 - Provisioning an iPhone
Segment 8 - Building and Installing Applications
Segment 9 - Model-View-Controller
Segment 10 - Application Templates
Segment 11 - Xcode Project Layout
Segment 12 - Prototypes
Segment 13 - Adding Frameworks
Segment 14 - Setting the Active SDK
Segment 15 - Building an Application
Segment 16 - Installing an Application
Segment 17 - Transitioning to Objective-C
Segment 18 - Messaging
Segment 19 - Class and Method Declarations
Segment 20 - Implementation
Segment 1 - Properties
Segment 2 - Protocols
Segment 3 - Categories
Segment 4 - Posing
Segment 5 - Additional Resources

Segment 6 - Windows, Views, and View Controllers
Segment 7 - Existing Templates
Segment 8 - New Templates
Segment 9 - User Interface Elements
Segment 10 - Controllers
Segment 11 - Data Views
Segment 12 - Inputs and Values
Segment 13 - Windows, Views, and Bars
Segment 14 - The Inspector
Segment 15 - Designing a UI
Segment 16 - The Window
Segment 17 - The View Controller
Segment 18 - Views
Segment 19 - Connecting the Views
Segment 20 - Adding Linkage to Code
Segment 1 - Removing Interface Builder from a Project

Segment 2 - Basic User Interface Elements
Segment 3 - Windows and Views
Segment 4 - Creating a Window and View
Segment 5 - Displaying the View
Segment 6 - HelloView: Most Useless Application Ever
Segment 7 - Deriving from UIView
Segment 8 - HelloWorld: The Traditionally Useless Application
Segment 9 - View Controllers
Segment 10 - Creating a View Controller
Segment 11 - Loading from Interface Builder
Segment 12 - Orientation Changes
Segment 13 - Disposing of a View Controller
Segment 14 - ControllerDemo: Hello World, View Controller Style
Segment 15 - Further Study
Segment 16 - Text Views
Segment 17 - Creating a Text View
Segment 18 - Assigning Content
Segment 19 - Displaying HTML
Segment 20 - Source Reader: Web Page Source Code Reader
Segment 21 - Further Study
Segment 22 - Navigation Bars and Controllers
Segment 1 - Creating a Navigation Controller
Segment 2 - Navigation Controller Properties
Segment 3 - Adding a Segmented Control
Segment 4 - Adding a Toolbar
Segment 5 - Page Demo: Page Navigation Exercise
Segment 6 - Further Study
Segment 7 - Transition Animations
Segment 8 - Creating a Transition
Segment 9 - Attaching a Transition
Segment 10 - FlipDemo: Page-Flipping Transitions
Segment 11 - Further Study
Segment 12 - Action Sheets and Alerts
Segment 13 - Alerts
Segment 14 - Action Sheets
Segment 15 - Dismissing an Action Sheet
Segment 16 - End World: Ending the World (with Confirmation)
Segment 17 - Further Study
Segment 18 - Table Views and Controllers
Segment 19 - Creating the Table
Segment 20 - Table Cells
Segment 21 - Implementing Multiple Select
Segment 22 - Editing and Swipe-to-Delete
Segment 23 - Reloading Tables
Segment 24 - TableDemo: Simple File Browser
Segment 25 - Further Study
Segment 1 - Status Bar Manipulation
Segment 2 - Hiding the Status Bar
Segment 3 - Status Bar Style
Segment 4 - Status Bar Orientation
Segment 5 - Application Badges
Segment 6 - Displaying an Application Badge
Segment 7 - Removing an Application Badge
Segment 8 - Further Study
Segment 9 - Application Services
Segment 10 - Suspending and Resuming
Segment 11 - Program Termination
Segment 12 - Invoking Safari
Segment 13 - Initiating Phone Calls

Segment 1 - Introduction to Geometric Structures
Segment 2 - CGPoint
Segment 3 - CGSize
Segment 4 - CGRect
Segment 5 - Multi-Touch Events Handling
Segment 6 - UITouch Notifications
Segment 7 - UIEvent
Segment 8 - Events Handling
Segment 9 - Example: Tap Counter
Segment 10 - Example: Tap and Drag
Segment 11 - Processing Multi-Touch
Segment 12 - PinchMe: Pinch Tracking
Segment 13 - TouchDemo: Multi-Touch Icon Tracking
Segment 14 - Further Study

Segment 1 - Understanding Layers
Segment 2 - Layer Hierarchies
Segment 3 - Size and Offset
Segment 4 - Arrangement and Display
Segment 5 - Rendering
Segment 6 - Transformations
Segment 7 - Layer Animations
Segment 8 - Layer Transformations
Segment 9 - BounceDemo: Layer Fun
Segment 10 - Further Study

Segment 1 - AVFoundation Framework
Segment 2 - The Audio Player
Segment 3 - Player Properties
Segment 4 - Playing Sounds
Segment 5 - Delegate Methods
Segment 6 - Metering
Segment 7 - AVMeter: Build a VU Meter
Segment 8 - Further Study
Segment 9 - Audio Services
Segment 10 - Audio Queues
Segment 11 - Audio Queue Structure
Segment 12 - Provisioning Audio Output
Segment 13 - Sound Buffers
Segment 14 - Callback Function
Segment 15 - Volume Control
Segment 16 - Example: PCM Player
Segment 17 - Further Study
Segment 18 - Recording Sound
Segment 19 - Audio Queue Structure
Segment 20 - Provisioning Audio Input
Segment 21 - Sound Buffers
Segment 22 - Callback Function
Segment 23 - Accessing Raw Data
Segment 24 - Writing to a File
Segment 25 - Example: Sound Recorder
Segment 26 - Further Study
Segment 27 - Vibrating

Segment 1 - Basic Sockets Programming
Segment 2 - Socket Types
Segment 3 - CFSocket
Segment 4 - CFSocketContext
Segment 5 - Socket Streams
Segment 6 - CFSocket Example: Joke Server
Segment 7 - Further Study
Segment 8 - CFHTTP and CFFTP
Segment 9 - CFHTTP
Segment 10 - CFFTP
Segment 11 - Further Study

Segment 1 - The Core Location Manager
Segment 2 - Query Parameters
Segment 3 - Issuing a Query
Segment 4 - Receiving Updates
Segment 5 - Completing a Query
Segment 6 - Error Handling
Segment 7 - WhereYouAt: Redneck Core Location
Segment 8 - Further Study

Segment 1 - Address Book Access
Segment 2 - Top-Level Address Book Functions
Segment 3 - Querying the Address Book
Segment 4 - Creating Records
Segment 5 - Working with Records
Segment 6 - Multivalue Properties
Segment 7 - Working with Dictionaries
Segment 8 - Image Data
Segment 9 - Further Study
Segment 10 - Address Book UI
Segment 11 - Person Views
Segment 12 - People Pickers
Segment 13 - Further Study

Segment 1 - Common Controls
Segment 2 - The UIControl Base Class
Segment 3 - Segmented Controls
Segment 4 - Switches
Segment 5 - Sliders
Segment 6 - Text Field Controls
Segment 7 - Buttons
Segment 8 - Page Controls
Segment 9 - Further Study
Segment 10 - Preferences Tables
Segment 11 - Creating a Preferences Table
Segment 12 - Displaying the Preferences Table
Segment 13 - ShootStuffUp: Preferences Table Example
Segment 14 - Further Study
Segment 15 - Section Lists
Segment 16 - Creating the Section List
Segment 17 - Adding an Index Bar
Segment 18 - Displaying the Section List
Segment 19 - TableDemo: A Better File Browser
Segment 20 - Further Study
Segment 21 - Progress and Activity Indicators
Segment 22 - UIActivityIndicatorView: Things That Spin
Segment 23 - UIProgressView: When Spinny Things Are Tacky
Segment 1 - Network Activity Indicators
Segment 32 - Further Study
Segment 3 - Images
Segment 4 - The Image Object
Segment 5 - ImageFun: Fun with Images and Patterns
Segment 6 - UIImageView: An Image with a View
Segment 7 - Image Pickers
Segment 8 - Keyboard Properties
Segment 9 Keyboard Style
Segment 10 - Keyboard Appearance
Segment 11 - Return Key
Segment 12 - Autocapitalization
Segment 13 - Autocorrection
Segment 14 - Secure Text Entry
Segment 15 - Pickers
Segment 16 - Creating a Picker
Segment 17 - Displaying the Picker
Segment 18 - Reading the Picker
Segment 19 - NosePicker: Picking Your Nose
Segment 20 - Further Study
Segment 21 - Date/Time Pickers
Segment 22 - Creating the Date/Time Picker
Segment 23 - Displaying the Date Picker
Segment 24 - Reading the Date
Segment 25 - DatePicker: Independence Segment Picker
Segment 26 - Further Study
Segment 27 - Tab Bars
Segment 28 - Tab Bar Controllers
Segment 29 - Building a Tab Bar Controller
Segment 30 - Customizable Buttons
Segment 1 - Navigation
Segment 2 - Delegate Actions
Segment 3 - TabDemo: Another Textbook Approach
Segment 4 - Further Study
Segment 5 - Sensors and Device Information
Segment 6 - Reading the Orientation
Segment 7 - Reading Device Information
Segment 8 - Reading the Accelerometer
Segment 9 - Proximity Sensor
Segment 10 - Further Study
Segment 11 - Scroll Views
Segment 12 - Creating the Scroll View
Segment 13 - Properties
Segment 14 - Delegate Methods
Segment 15 - BigImage: Scrolling a Weather Map
Segment 16 - Further Study
Segment 17 - Web Views
Segment 18 - Creating the Web View
Segment 19 - Displaying the Web View
Segment 20 - Loading Content
Segment 21 - Navigation
Segment 22 - Delegate Methods
Segment 1 - WebDemo: Google Search Utility
Segment 2 - Further Study

Da3 - y Dictionaries and Property Lists
Segment 4 - Creating a Dictionary
Segment 5 - Managing Keys
Segment 6 - Writing Property Lists
Segment 7 - Reading Property Lists
Segment 8 - Further Study
Segment 9 - Preference Bundles
Segment 10 - Adding Keys
Segment 11 - Reading Preference Bundle Values
Segment 12 - Further Study

Segment 13 - CovertFlow: SDK Cover Flow Programming
Segment 14 - Further Study

Segment 15 - PageControl: Page Flicking Example
Segment 16 - Further Study
Segment 17 - A PageScrollView for Many Views

Segment 18 - Movie Player Controllers
Segment 19 - Properties
Segment 20 - Starting and Stopping the Movie
Segment 21 - Notifications
Segment 22 - Further Study

Course Features

  • Duration : 40 Hours
  • Lectures : 20
  • Quiz : 10
  • Students : 15

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The Winter training programs available at GICSEH – Winter training Institute in Kolkata



You can join winter training programs on:
• CCNA
• CEH
• NPT (Network Penetration Testing
• WAPT (Web Application Penetration Testing)
• CHFI (Computer Forensic & Computer Investigation)
• Python
• Core Java
• C Programming
• ASP.NET Using C# Training
• MCSA
• MCSA
• MCSE
• RHEL
• Oracle SQL
• CCNP
• Computer Forensic
• Diploma in Security Development
• Diploma in Networking Development
• Diploma in Software Development
• C++ Programming
• N+ Networking
• CompTIA Network+
• A+ Hardware
• Android
• Machine Learning Subject

In today’s competitive job market, it is advisable to have in depth knowledge of some latest technologies, which will increase your chances of getting a better placement. In this Winter break, join GICSEH- Winter Training Institute in Kolkata to learn some of these technologies.

All the courses in winter training program will cover the concepts from basic to the advanced level. The modules of the Training here are designed in such a way that the acquired skills can be used throughout the professional career of the student.

What is winter training program at GICSEH?
Winter training programs at GICSEH provide a great opportunity to the students to utilize their winter vacation in the right way. Our winter training program is designed in such a way that it makes learning by working on live projects easy for the students. You can develop a great hands-on learning experience by building various projects as part of our winter training program in Kolkata.

What is the duration of winter training program at GICSEH?
Our winter training program is customized as per the requirement of the students. We have different courses available for different durations – 1 month, 2 months and 3 months. You can enrol in any batch as per your requirement and ease.

Our Winter Training Program - Theoretical or Practical?
The winter training program at GICSEH is designed to be very practical. Student will get hands-on with software to build the projects and hence, learn in the process. No doubt, we will also cover theory that is required to learn or to recap your memory. But majority of the time would be spent on practical sessions and live projects.

Features of Winter Training program in Kolkata
• Best Trainer in the industry promised
• We provide an opportunity to work on Real-time project
• Certificate from the institute and Program specialisation
• Placement support
• We provide digital materials for reference in future
• Practical teaching/learning approach and much more...

Benefits of Winter Training program in Kolkata
• You can enhance your technical skill
• It will make it easy to mark an impression in Interviews
• You can boost your career ahead others
• You can develop your Academic projects by your own
• Get amazing discount on future trainings at GICSEH
• Helps you to add Difference in your Resume

What you'll receive from Winter Training Program at GICSEH?
• Great Learning
• Training from industry experts
• Hands-on training on latest concepts in Kolkata

What you'll build
• Be a real, practical engineer.
• WORKING PROJECT
• Impress your interviewers, teachers and friends.
• Improve your projects portfolio
• Chance to get the best jobs & opportunities of higher studies

Why should anyone join Winter training program in Kolkata?
Winter Training Program is the best way for anyone to develop practical skills during the break time. The hands-on experience by doing projects, helps you to improve your practical skills which is missing in your regular institute’ module. The certification of Winter Training Program helps you to showcase your skills to your prospective recruiters. Join the specially designed and customized winter training program at GICSEH and enhance your skills & career!

If You Are Looking to Join an Institute for Winter Training This Vacations, Then We Here at GICSEH Are Always Ready to Guide You for A Better Career. Come and Meet the Experts at GICSEH By Availing A Demo Session. Clear All Your Doubts and Decide About Your Future. We Are Always There to Help and Motivate You. Get in Touch Today!!