A daily newspaper reports that The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) have given approval to a new M Tech course in “Network Computing” introduced by Toc-H Institute of Science and Technology (TIST) at its Arakkunam campus.
Aim of the course-
The course is designed in a way that caters to the growing demand for professional engineers in various fields.
Duration: two year post graduate course.
Vice Principal of TIST, Prof Babu John says that the courses focuses on acquiring knowledge in multimedia networking, network management, wireless and mobile networks to make the students expert in network engineering.
The uniqueness of the course is that apart from giving prime importance to coding theory, network security and advanced communication technologies, the course also imparts training in information and resources management, cluster and grid computing, cloud computing and big data analysis.
The colleges have already started the preparation by setting up well equipped laboratories for the students to gain hands on experience in computer network and wireless network protocols.