Online Summer Internship/Training Programmes at NIELIT Haridwar


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Applications are invited for the following online summer internship/training programmes at the National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT) Haridwar, for May-June 2021 session. The duration of the Program will be 4 to 6 weeks.

Programmes: Cloud Computing, Big Data Analytics; Machine Learning using Python; Web Application Development using Apache, MySQL and PHP; Internet of Things (loT) using Arduino; Deep Learning using Python; MATLAB Programming (Fee for these Programs will be Rs.1600/-); Android Application Development; Web Designing; JAVA Programming; Programming in Python (Fee for these programs will be Rs.1200/-).

Eligibility: For the Internship programme; students undergoing B.E./B.Tech/MCA from a recognized Institute /University. For Training Programs: B.E./B.Tech/MCA; M.Tech/M.Sc. in CS/IT or allied branches; M.Sc. with knowledge of any programming language; Graduate with A/B Level from NIELIT; Graduate with PGDCA/PGDIT from any recognized university.

Online registration can be done at https://nielit.gov.in/haridwar/content/online-courses latest by 9th May 2021. There are 30 seats for each Program and will be filled on a first-come-first-serve basis.

The 6 Weeks training comprises 4 weeks of online training and 2 weeks of project development. No additional fee is payable for the project period. E-Content/presentations will be shared using LMS. e-Certificate will be provided after successful completion of training. The printed certificate may be obtained by paying Rs. 200/- extra towards printing, postage, and handling charges. For details, visit the website indicated.

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