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The promising Digital Virtual University has every real ingredients you say for all round development and yes indeed empowers with the purest academia and true pragmatic values

Digital Virtual University is a new term researched and coined by Karamvir Singh Rajpal on 25th March 2020.

SCODEL, an integral part of NGEP (Next Generation Edutech Platform) is a remodeled format of imparting the true realm of academia and skill development system. An amalgamation of Advanced Technology Skills + Mathematics + Engineering Skills + Soft Skills. The model which is primarily meant for aspiring Entrepreneurs and early age startups to work in accordance with STEM Education format and Industry 4.0 standards.

Motto – “Pioneered with Values and Technology"

Vision & Philosophy – Our vision is to impart fundamental knowledge for enabling the recipient to derive leverage appropriate application area

Stay Connected & Stay Ahead – Proven expertise and being skilled can boost to stand tall in the world of brilliants

Analytical Outlook – Relevant fundamentals transformed into meaningful insights, within a quick span of time should be the thought

Schematic Plan – All our courses are planned strategically for delivering the best of basics and fundamentals in education space

Our Recommended Approach & Practice 70% Case Studies | 3% Project Work | 20% Lecture | 7% Learning

Power of having SCODEL

  • An IncubatorAccelerator and Center of Excellence driven and coined from the vision thought of Neonex Technology
  • Courses planned strategically for delivering the best of basics and fundamentals
  • Relevant fundamentals transformed into meaningful insights, within a quick span of time 
  • Under SCODEL we also offer FDP - Faculty Development Program, Employee Development Program to enable reskilling as per Industry 4.0
  • Online classes are offered and digital eBooks, the material provided by the mentor
  • We have trained over 50 plus underprivileged students for free of cost
  • Graphology and Quality of Answer is an integral part of Fuzzie Gauge

More Benefits can be seen

  • Avail the free PortoCafe PLX who has achieved excellent track record throughout their graduation record
  • Inherit the Latest technologies by Seasoned Industry Experts and Professionals 
  • Make the best use of our autonomous and indigenous edutech platform – NGEP
  • Exemplary product with the right dose of Business Model in sync with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) and Industry 4.0 backdrop

With the best in class training programs which includes C++, UI & UX, Digital Marketing, Entrepreneurship Skills, as mentioned in the slideshow, mentored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal, an author of Making UI a Utopian Thought , Escape from the Natural and 3 more books and inventor of 23+ IP Works.    

Under SCODEL, the following programs are being run

  • COEXL: Digital Online Incubation Program in the Latest Emerging Technologies & Industry 4.0
  • LONMAT: Digital Online Incubation Program towards Business Practices and Management 
  • PFDI : Digital Online Mentoring, Incubation & Acceleration Program in Fashion Design & Fashion Technology 
  • Freshnus Academy: Digital Incubation & Acceleration Program in Beauty and Wellness Sector
  • Da Musik Geen: Digital Online Incubation & Acceleration Program in Music Composition & Music Production 
  • JobFayr: Digital Online Acceleration Program for Digital Portfolio Building  
  • Fuzzie Gauge: Digital Online Analytical Program for Rational Test Aptitude
  • UdhayaFal: Digital Online Acceleration Program for Entrepreneurship in Creative & Fine Arts 
  • Book4est: Digital Online Acceleration Program for Book Authoring
  • LSIMP :  Digital Online Mentoring Program for Global Languages' Mentoring
  • Brijedu : Digital Online Incubation Program in Assistive Technology-enabled scenario 
  • Sportnima : Digital Online Mentoring Program in Sports & Outdoor Activities 
  • Savigya: Digital Online Mentoring Program in Ayurveda,  Yoga, and Meditation
  • Trana : Digital Online Mentoring Program for Defense Education 
  • Arthashastra: Digital Online Mentoring Program for Statecraft, Economic Policy, and Military Strategy
  • Aoushad: Digital Online Mentoring, Incubation & Acceleration Program in Pharmaceutical
  • Param Surbhi : Digital Online Mentoring Program for Food Making and Food Technology 
  • T2OC: Digital Online Mentoring, Incubation & Acceleration Program in Intellectual Properties, R&D Works and other Advance Studies

Our job opportunities with a backdrop of Intrapreneurship are available at

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Our industrial training program is now running

Industrial training is given to the students so that they are capable of applying the subjects practically. It also helps the student in developing their skills. It increases the flexibility of the student and helps them in improving their career. Industrial training focuses on enlightening these issues.

Industrial training offers you great advantages and experience during your research including:

  • First-hand experience working as an electronics student
  • Adapt your technological skills and engineering techniques to real-life circumstances
  • Work with other engineering professionals
  • Growing your technical, interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written
  • Observe relationships of engineers with other technical classes
  • Witness the functioning and organization of business and companies
  • At the very least, you can make better decisions after taking industrial training courses provided by us

However several institutes offering such instruction lack industrial skills. To bridge this gap between Academia and Industry, SCODEL enabled Industrial Training Program has following to say:

  • Full-fledged Industrial Training of Duration 3 Months | 6 Months covering Technical Training, Entrepreneurship, Job Interview Preparation and the Latest Industrial Standards’ exposure
  • Highly Recommended for BCA | BBA |  MCA | B.Tech | B.E.

COEXL : Digital Online Incubation Program in the Latest Emerging Technologies & Industry 4.0

 

MATLAB is a high-performance technical computing language. It integrates computing, visualization and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. Typical uses include: math and computing. MATLAB is usefully needed for     

  •    Data Science
  •    Image Processing
  •    Artificial Intelligence
  •    Neural Network

MATLAB lets following things to do 

  • Easily bring in and check the algorithms
  • Simple development of computational codes
  • Simple to Debug
  • Using a wide set of algorithms developed into
  • Always process images, and easily create simulation videos
  • Symbolic estimation can be achieved with ease
  • Call Outside Libraries
  • Carry out detailed study and visualization of data
  • Build an application with a user interface to graphics

PROFESSIONAL CHARGES OF MATLAB –

 i.)   INR 499 | 10 -15 Days (Basic Level)

ii.)   INR 2499 | 5 Weeks (Foundation Level)

iii.)  INR 3999 | 8 Weeks (Standard Level)             

iv.)   INR 5999 | 12 Weeks (Pro Level)

 

 

Today Python has several implementations including Jython, scripted for Java Virtual Machine in Java language; IronPython, written for Common Language Infrastructure in C #, and PyPy, written in RPython and translated into C. To be noted, the default and most common implementation of Python is Cpython which is written in C and developed by the Python Software Foundation. Though these implementations work in the native language in which they are written, they are also able to interact with other languages by using modules. Most of these modules work on the model of community development and are open source and free of charge.

Applications of Python are 

  • Desktop Apps based on GUI
  • Image processing and the application of graphic design
  • Applications in science and computation
  • Games
  • Web frameworks and web apps
  • Enterprise and commercial applications
  • OS
  • PL Development 
  • Prototype

Python is a general-purpose and a high-level programming language. One can use Python to develop GUI desktop applications, websites and web applications. Also, Python, as a high-level programming language, allows you to focus on the core functionality of the application by taking care of common programming tasks. Python is usefully needed for     

  •     Data Science
  •     IoT
  •     Web Development 
  •     Software Testing

PROFESSIONAL CHARGES OF PYTHON

 i.)   INR 499 | 10–15 Days (Basic Level)

ii.)   INR 2499 | 5 Weeks (Foundation Level)

iii.)  INR 3999 | 8 Weeks (Standard Level)             

iv.)   INR 5999 | 12 Weeks (Pro Level)

 

 

C++ offers the portability or platform independence function which makes it easy for the user to run the same program on different operating systems or interfaces. Suppose you write a program in Linux, and you switch to Windows OS for some apparent reason, you would be able to run the same program in windows without any error. This function is proving very convenient for the programmer. One of C++'s greatest advantages is the object-oriented programming feature, which includes concepts such as classes, inheritance , polymorphism, data abstraction, and encapsulation that allow code reusability and make a program much more reliable. This not only helps us deal with real-world issues by treating data as an object.

C lacked this feature, and thus it was created, which proved to be of great importance. This feature gave rise to multiple job opportunities and technologies. It is fascinating to note that C++ was created by combining features not only from the first object-oriented programming language, C but Simula 67. C++ is a programming language of multi-paradigms. The expression "paradigm" refers to the programming style. It encompasses program logic, structure, and procedure. There are three paradigms of C++ which are generic, imperative and object-oriented. As C++ is closely related to C, which is a procedural language closely related to the machine language, C++ enables data to be manipulated at a certain level at a low level. Using C++, Embedded systems, and compilers are developed. C++ gives the programmer complete control over the management of memory.

This can be regarded as both an asset and a liability, as this increases the user's responsibility for managing memory rather than being managed by the Garbage collector. This principle is implemented using pointers with the help of DMA (Dynamic Memory Allocation). C++ has a wide community that supports it by delivering both paid and free on-line courses and lectures. Statistically speaking, on StackOverflow and GitHub, C++ is the 6th tag that is most used and followed. C++ is comparatively consistent with C. Every error free C program is virtually a valid C++ programme. Any C++ program will run on a file with a .cpp extension, depending on the compiler used.

 

 

  • In order to reach consumers, digital marketing is the use of the Internet, mobile devices , social media, search engines and other channels. Many marketing experts find digital marketing to be a radically new field needing a new approach to consumers and new ways of understanding how customers act in contrast with conventional marketing.
  • Digital marketing targets and is interactive to a specific segment of the customer base. Digital marketing is on the rise and involves search engine advertising, email advertising and sponsored tweets – anything that combines customer feedback marketing or a two-way business-customer interaction. The web marketing varies from Internet marketing. Internet marketing is Internet-only advertising, whereas digital marketing can be done via mobile devices, a subway platform, a video game or a smartphone app. A website forms the core of all digital marketing activities. It's a very powerful channel alone, but it's the medium needed to run a variety of online marketing campaigns too. A website should clearly and memorably reflect a brand, a product and a service. It should be quick, easy to use and mobile friendly.
  • PPC advertising allows advertisers to reach Internet users through paying advertisements on a variety of digital platforms. Marketers can set up PPC campaigns on Google , Bing, LinkedIn, Twitter , Pinterest, or Facebook and show their advertisements to people looking for terms related to the products or services. PPC promotions may classify users based on their demographic characteristics ( e.g. by age or gender), or even target their particular preferences or locations. Google Ads, and Facebook Ads are the most popular PPC platforms. The aim of content marketing is to use content to reach potential customers. Normally content is published on a website and then promoted through social media , email marketing, SEO, or even PPC campaigns. The content marketing resources include forums, ebooks, educational courses, infographics, podcasts, and webinars. Email marketing is still one of the most efficient, digital marketing platforms. Most people are confused with unwanted email messages email marketing, but this is not just about email marketing. Email marketing is the way you need to reach your future clients, or the people you are interested in. Many digital marketers use all other digital marketing channels to add leads to their email lists, and then create customer acquisition funnels to turn those leads into customers through email marketing.
  • It is also used to take professional-level understandard images, which is one of the software's key advantages. This will develop your skills as well. All the blemishes and imperfections in the images can be explained. The images can be changed to fix the faults, the photographs can be put into the professional look when using a standard camera, and network images can also be created and edited.

  • There are two significances of cloud computing. The most common reference is to run workloads remotely over the internet in the data center of a commercial provider, also known as the "public cloud" model. Popular cloud offerings – such as Amazon Web Services ( AWS), Salesforce 's CRM framework, and Microsoft Azure – all reflect this common notion of cloud computing. Most companies today adopt a multicloud approach, which simply means they are using more than one public cloud service.
  • Cloud computing 's second meaning describes how it works: a virtualized pool of resources, available on demand, ranging from raw compute power to application functionality. As cloud services are procured by consumers , the company addresses those demands using advanced automation rather than manual provisioning. The key advantage is agility: the ability to apply abstract computing, storage , and network resources to workloads as required, and the abundance of pre-constructed services.
  • The public cloud helps consumers to gain new technologies without investing in new software or hardware. Alternatively, they pay a monthly fee to their cloud provider or simply pay for the services that they need. Users can set up accounts and spin virtual machines, or create new software, simply by filling in web forms. It is possible to add more users or computing resources on the fly — the latter in real time as workloads demand these resources thanks to a function known as autoscaling.
  • This form of public cloud computing is delivering applications via the browser over the Internet. The most popular business SaaS apps can be found in Google's G Suite and Microsoft's Office 365; Salesforce leads the pack among enterprise applications. But virtually all enterprise applications have adopted the SaaS model, including Oracle and SAP ERP suites. SaaS applications typically offer extensive configuration options as well as development environments that allow clients to code their own modifications and additions.
  • At a basic level, IaaS public cloud providers offer storage and compute services on a pay-per-use basis. But the full array of services offered by all major public cloud providers is staggering: highly scalable databases, virtual private networks, big data analytics, developer tools, machine learning, application monitoring, and so on. Amazon Web Services was the first IaaS provider and remains the leader, followed by Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, and IBM Cloud.
  • PaaS provides sets of services and workflows that specifically target developers, who can use shared tools, processes, and APIs to accelerate the development, testing, and deployment of applications. Salesforce’s Heroku and Force.com are popular public cloud PaaS offerings; Pivotal’s Cloud Foundry and Red Hat’s OpenShift can be deployed on preon-premisescessed through the major public clouds. For enterprises, PaaS can ensure that developers have ready access to resources, follow certain processes, and use only a specific array of services, while operators maintain the underlying infrastructure.
  • FaaS, the cloud version of serverless computing, adds another layer of abstraction to PaaS so developers are completely isolated below their code from everything in the stack. Rather than futzing with virtual servers, containers, and runtime programs, they upload narrowly usable blocks of code and set them to be triggered by some event (such as sending a form or uploading a file). On top of IaaS, all the major clouds offer FaaS: AWS Lambda, Azure Functions, Google Cloud Functions, and IBM OpenWhisk. A special benefit of FaaS applications is that no IaaS resources are consumed until an event occurs, reducing pay-per-use fees.
  • Cloud computing's most difficult security issue is user identity management, and ssociated rights and permissions across private data centers and pubic cloud sites. IDaaS providers maintain cloud-based user accounts that authenticate users and allow access to security policies, user groups and individual privileges based on resources or applications. It's necessary to be able to integrate with and provide various directory services (Active Directory, LDAP, etc.) Okta is the clear leader in cloud-based IDaaS; both on-site and cloud solutions are provided by CA, Centrify, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and Ping.

  • Photoshop is a software program creating graphics. It is used by photographers, graphic designers, video game developers, hashtag designers and advertisers. It is used for editing photos, creating art, retouching product photos, raster-to-vector images, manipulating photographs etc. Photoshop is able to do just about everything online. It started as a photo-processing program. Now it's advanced to build and edit video, build 3-D images and design graphics. The fact that a person can easily make minor edits on images that would otherwise be difficult is one of the main advantages. It helps to alter the skin tone, make a copy of the picture in high resolution, adjust brightness or delete a blur area in just a few clicks using adobe Photoshop. The additional benefits of using Photoshop include the fact that those who use it to improve or expand their editing skills and enhance them.
  • It is also used to take professional-level understandard images, which is one of the software's key advantages. This will develop your skills as well. All the blemishes and imperfections in the images can be explained. The images can be changed to fix the faults, the photographs can be put into the professional look when using a standard camera, and network images can also be created and edited.

PLC programming is the act of creating a programmable logic controller (PLC) with internal logic. PLCs are typically programmed in a controller-proprietary "language;" accurately described as a translation from the spoken word ("If condition 1 is true and condition 3 is false, turn on output 12") to something that the controller can interpret and execute ("If I1.0 = 1 and I1.2 = 0 then O12.0 = 1').

Ladder Logic (which reads similarly to electrical drawings), is the most common language used. Other common languages used for the programming include:
1. Structured text-close to conventional computer programming based on commands; used in the example above
2. SFC (Sequential Flow Chart) – much like a typical flowchart
3. List of Instructions
4. Diagram of block functions

PLC programming is incredibly useful for modern industry because of its ability to eliminate the monotony of simple work activities, to simplify cabling and reduce material costs (wire is very expensive!), and to construct fluid, complex routines that are literally unable to handle obsolete methods such as mechanical relay-based controls and, in particular, can not handle cost-effectively. The PLC enables cost-effective solutions for complex assembly, process control, testing, and manufacturing applications to even the smallest and largest manufacturers looking for solutions.

The PLC can be defined as a specialized computer with precision. It differs from a traditional home or office machine, however, in that it can perform the tasks it CAN do at an incredibly fast pace, although it can not do anywhere near the same range of tasks. It is absolutely essential that a PLC processor does not get bogged down or slowed down in the way a traditional computer can, due to the high-speed process of many automated applications.

PLC is an industrial computer that tracks inputs and outputs for decisions based on the software that is stored in the PLC memory. Use support from the PLC to minimize attempts to make human decisions for greater efficiency. PLCs integrate internal relays that can act as a physical relay, reducing the risk of downgrading the footprint of relays.

PLC sizes and types are varying:

1. A compact PLC is a PLC that sets the number of inputs and outputs. Usually, the manufacturer controls this.
2. A modular PLC is a system consisting of several inputs and outputs, as the consumer wants. Multiple modular units can be installed together on a rack to suit the user 's purpose.

Small , medium and large processors accompany the PLC, as well. The size of the processor is dependent on the size of the PLC system and the amount of data to be processed in the memory of the PLC.

  • UI and UX design have become so common in terms of device and website design that when we use them, it can often be hard to know what we are really thinking about. Although UI or User Interface tends to be fairly clear – it is about providing a way for the user to interact with your application – UX or User Experience is a much more hazy concept. That much is obvious about what your users experience.
  • In a web or application the difference between good and bad UX is like the difference between good and poor service at a restaurant. A five-star chef may make the food (i.e., the material and products), but if the waiting staff drops it down on the floor before it even gets to the customer's table, it doesn't matter. In the end, a cautious guest will get their meal and enjoy it, but by that time most others will have left. That just leaves you with all the delicious food and no one to serve it to.
  • As online and mobile touchpoints become increasingly relevant for the user / buyer journey in virtually all industries, UX architecture is increasingly becoming a major distinguisher between competitors. Although price will continue to be a factor in trading transactions, good UX design is seen as a good way to increase acquisitions and revenues, which will benefit your end result. A user-friendly interface means the users would need to do less research and take less steps to convert. It is important to streamline and shorten this portion of the purchaser journey, not just to get those sales, but also to please the users. You will stick in their minds by showing you truly understand what your customers want in their online experience. This will also contribute to greater social networking and feedback on word-of - mouth.
  • Customer retention is vitally important especially in e-commerce. You want your clients to keep coming back for new interactions and new purchases again and again. Despite the growing abundance of Trade sites across the world and through sectors, this is not getting any easier. As mentioned above, UX is becoming increasingly a differentiator, so you need to leverage it to make your app or website stand out from the crowd.
  • Doing these tests before actual production allows development teams to predict costs even more accurately and prevent feature creep, adding new features constantly throughout the development process. Being sure that a system performs ahead of actual implementation also ensures that less re-designs and re-working will be required, further minimizing costs.

  • Computer-aided programming is an acronym for CAD. It refers to the process of building virtual versions of the proposed items using computer software. A variety of CAD software is available, each with special features that often make the application suitable. A product 's concept must be ready to the last detail before it is placed into service. This ensures that no setbacks can occur afterwards through necessary modifications to the product.
  • It has historically included manual drawing and design using a paper and pencil. The use of CAD programs today greatly decreases the amount of work performed. Creation of 3D models and 2D sketches is faster and simpler than ever. The parts and assemblies can be created, analysed, improved and shared with others in CAD. You can apply colours, look at the different angles and create rendered images for a life-like experience. This is especially common for displaying visuals for future products.
  • It takes seconds to construct basic shapes, and pieces. But the biggest victory comes with more nuanced pieces. For instance, a flat pattern of an intricate bent sheet metal component can be produced with a mouse click. Any need to ponder how to correctly present it. The saved time directly translates into improved efficiency. A larger number of completed tasks will result in the same period of time. One option is the repeatability of design. Modifying the same template helps end product to create infinite variations. For average there is a 3x improvement in the productivity of workers. Over time, it can reach the efficiency 10x. Part of this is due to the ability to construct models in CAD, rather than manual calculations.
  • Manual sketching can't compare the accuracy of CAD drawings. The precision of the CAD design is unparalleled, with almost no errors. It gives it a major advantage over the concept and drafting manuals. The model will of course continue to pay attention to the result. The feature "recover dimensions" does not substitute an engineer because, for example, it does not know the base planes for measurements. And with pieces like shafts, this can be critical.
  • Complex CAD surfaces and shapes are comparatively easy to build. These surfaces with manual sketching are extremely difficult to get correct but with the software of CAD systems a perfect result can be obtained. The creation of 3D models to accompany drawings will make it easier to interpret even the harshest drawings. This can not be achieved in physical sketches, as it would take at least three sketches (plan, height, and side view) to get a general idea. Other views, such as isometric views or views of segment, can also come into the picture. Although CAD is perfectly capable of showing a product 's views above, nothing beats being able to play around in virtual space with the product to understand the exact configurations. Many workshops today take advantage of this possibility by making the job simpler for the system operators and assemblers tablet computers.
  • CAD models also make it simpler for designers to show their work to fellow designers and non-engineering laypeople. These incredible digital images of goods can be used for advertisements and sales without the need for a physical prototype. Being digital files, CAD drawings are easy to share among team members working on the same product. There is no need to ship voluminous sketches. Sharing is snapshot. And even remote workers will remain in the loop with no concerns about any innovations.
  • The design of CAD or CAE (Computer-Aided Engineering) models also helps to get components even further into development. CAD-CAM software makes it easy to test the CNC machining device paths and to feed the files into the machines. Calculating rates for CNC machining takes into account cycle times and makes it much simpler and quicker using CAM systems.
  • The ability to use CAD / CAM also helps engineers to integrate the files into an ERP program. Enterprise Resource Planning is an acronym for ERP. ERP is used in fabrication to increase the performance of the process. The ERP platform aims to incorporate and manage different aspects within a project so that it takes less time to go from raw materials to finished goods.
  • Automating all ongoing procedures in the design stage is the solution to reduce project lead time. CAD use eliminates a lot of hard work which is part of manual sketching, without impacting the efficiency. Companies selling custom goods , for example, have the added pressure to produce design documents and sketches as soon as possible. Costings of the best estimate are expected for unsecured orders. The resources of the technical departments are spent on projects that can be automated. Further time is needed to focus on integrating technology and add value to the company.
  • Sketching continues to have a role in the design industry. Until moving onto CAD, many designers start with a rough manual product draft. Yet sketching really doesn't cut it anymore when it comes to new product design. CAD has inaugurated an age of technical design that is so seamless, quick, and stable that it can no longer be ignored. To stop using CAD at this time is equivalent to swimming against the tide and therefore a profit-seeking company cannot afford to miss out on CAD's advantages.

  • Responsive web design means simply creating websites which can adjust to the viewport size of the user. The aim is to make content based on the computer or screen size differently so that users have an optimal experience regardless of how they access a website. The primary benefit of responsive web design is that pages are quickly loaded without any bugs, so users do not need to manually change the content to access it.
  • The idea has been around for decades, but developers started to fully understand the advantages of responsive web design in the mid-2000s when more users began using mobile devices. As designers struggled to ensure their websites looked good on desktops, smartphones and tablets, they soon realized that they needed compact templates. Therefore, they created websites that "responded" to the devices of users.
  • Today, more users access the web with mobile devices than with traditional laptops or desktops, so the field continues to evolve.
  • Website businesses that do not care for internet users are going extinct. Businesses must accept the advantages of responsive web design to meet a broader audience of potential customers. Similarly it is a term that must be grasped by all working developers.
  • Fluid grids are grid structures that differ depending on the user 's device, as opposed to fixed-width configurations that always look similar. Although the term is often used synonymously with "liquid layouts," fluid grids allow all elements to be redimensioned in relation to one another.
  • More than half of the traffic to top US websites came from mobile devices in 2015, according to a report from SimilarWeb. It is therefore increasingly important for businesses to have websites that correctly render on smaller screens so that visitors do not encounter blurred images or experience a sub-optimal layout of the site. Although some businesses still opt for a separate version of their website for mobile users, responsive design is becoming the standard as it provides greater flexibility at lower development costs.
  • In addition to a regular desktop website, making one responsive website requires far less time than creating one stand-alone mobile application. Since time is money, responsive design of course costs less than the alternative. Even if the initial investment in a responsively built website turns out to be more costly than the development of two separate websites, you will end up saving a website that uses two separate versions in the long run due to maintenance costs, special configuration costs, etc.
  • Web creation is just how websites are produced, performed, and viewed on the internet. It relates to the work behind the scenes, creating a functional website which performs a set of specific, defined functions. It covers various aspects of network security, web content creation, web design , web publishing, database administration, and more. To make the website look better and function properly, it includes the application of DOM or Document Object Mode; HTML, CSS, and Javascript.

  • Web developers are programmers who specialize in designing world wide web applications or distributed network applications. Using associated programming languages like JavaScript, C #, Ruby and PHP, these network applications usually run protocols such as HTTP from a Web server to a client browser — to name a few.

  • As its the fact that designing is part of a web developer's job. And innovation is a critical web-development skill. You can create your own imagination, and come up with numerous ideas. You'll also learn from yourself as time goes on by re-using your previous idea. And the end? Just your imagination.

  • The market for people with skills in Blockchain is strong. It's looking to recruit people who have expertise set to handle this new technology because of its many fields of use. Like with any other great career prospects, of course, not everyone is cut out for these prospects. You must have or develop the skills that differentiate you, and make an employer want to entrust their investment to you.
  • The crypto work market has four major participants, these are:
    Industries – these are major businesses including banks, accountancy firms, oil & gas, insurance companies, retailers and law firms who want to keep up with the technology. Startups – these are independent companies and products that have been produced since Blockchain's invention. Tech companies – these are the businesses who have the most to lose if Blockchain software takes over the planet. We need all the experience we can gain when they seek to transition to a decentralized structure. Governments – many governments employed experts to educate them on cryptography. Owing to its several benefits, many governments are warming up to Blockchain; Blockchain professionals are highly in demand.
  • Blockchain developers are on high demand, with the skills to help businesses build Blockchain systems. Blockchain technology may be the most marketable career path today, as people are willing to understand all of Blockchain's benefits. Such individuals require full attention to detail because theirs is a high place in the ranking. Blockchain developers are programmers who build blockchain applications. We usually have considerable experience working with C++ , Python, and Javascript before becoming developers of Blockchain.
  • The Blockchain Solution Architect is responsible for developing, assigning and linking Blockchain solution components to team members such as developers, network managers, UX designers, and IT operations to create Blockchain solutions to complete them.
  • The responsibility of connecting Blockchain projects to experts whose duty is to develop Blockchain solutions is entrusted to that individual. Blockchain Project Managers need to be equipped with traditional (cloud) project manager skills. We must also learn the technical bit to get a detailed understanding of the technology. Another valuable capacity is outstanding communication skills; this is necessary when addressing non-technical staff, offering useful information or attempting to procure support from higher levels of government.
  • With the incorporation of Blockchain into so many industries, its design as well as user interface, is becoming critical. The role of a Blockchain Designer is shaping a user interface that creates trust and is alluring to a regular user. These individuals need to be able to pay attention to detail, have an artistic touch, but most importantly they need to be hardworking as their line of work requires them to spend a countless number of hours behind their computers.
  • In any development environment, we have quality assurance engineer who tests and ensures that all areas of the project are of the required quality. In the Blockchain world, a Blockchain Engineer plays a similar role by guaranteeing that all operations are of excellence in the Blockchain development environment. In other words, they conduct the testing and automation of frameworks for Blockchain. These individuals need to have a third eye as far as payment to detail is concerned because a small mistake on their part affects everyone using their technology. Excellent communication skills would also go a long way in the maintaining of good work relationships.
  • Obviously, when companies seek to recognize Blockchain's integration into their processes, legal problems often arise. As companies adopt this new technology, they are also finding legal advice on what considerations to make when investing. We are concerned about the consequences of their acts, how their finances are handled, and eventually how their identity is treated. Of course, proper communication skills are mandatory for an person like this. You must also have a clear understanding of your international law as Blockchain is software without frontiers for the same reason that it is recommended that these people learn as many common languages as they do.
  • In addition to the specific roles of practitioners associated with Blockchain technology, it is also essential that the Blockchain has a fundamental structure for everybody in the organisation. The Blockchain can only be completely used by companies when everyone has an understanding of the advantages, core features, usage cases and essential success factors.
  • As the technology Blockchain continues to evolve, so will it be professional opportunities. The Blockchain is here to stay with us which means Blockchain Expertise will be in high demand for years to come. But whether you are a techie or not, a Blockchain career is a fresh and exciting prospect worth exploring.

7 Benefits of Robots at Workplace are as following:

1. Health & Safety: Health is the clearest advantage of using robotics. Heavy equipment, hot-temperature running machines, and sharp objects can easily harm a human being. You 're more likely to look at a maintenance bill by delegating risky tasks to a robot than a serious medical bill or litigation. Employees doing stressful jobs should be thankful that robots will take some of the risks off.

2. Speed: Robots are not overwhelmed, or require breaks. They don't ask for holiday time or they ask to leave early for an hour. A robot should never feel stressed out and will continue to run more slowly. We don't need to be invited to staff meetings or training sessions either. Robots will work all the time, and this will increase growth. They prevent your employees from having to overwork themselves to meet the deadlines for high pressure or seemingly impossible standards.

3. Consistency: Robots never need a multitude of things to split their focus amongst. Their role is never dependent on other people's jobs. We will not have unforeseen incidents, and will not need to be moved to accomplish another time-sensitive mission. They are always there and they do what they should do. Usually automation is much more efficient than human labour.

4. Perfection: The robots always provide quality. They 're less likely to make mistakes because they're designed for accurate, repetitive motion. For certain cases robots are both an employee and a quality control device at the same time. A lack of nuances and desires, combined with the removed potential for human error, will each time produce a predictably perfect product.

5. Happier Employees: Since robots are often assigned to perform tasks that humans don't particularly like, such as menial labor, repetitive activity or dangerous occupations, the workers are more likely to be satisfied. They'll concentrate on more stimulating jobs, which is less likely to wear their nerves down. We may want to take advantage of additional training resources, take advantage of the workplace wellness plan, or take part in an ambitious project at work. They will be happy to let the robots do the job which makes them feel burned out.

6. Work creation: Robots are not taking away work. They are merely changing existing jobs. Robots need the control and supervision of humans. The more robots we need, the greater the number of people we need to create such robots. You 're giving them a reason to remain engaged in their place with your company by teaching your workers to work with robots. They will be there for the developments, and they will have the rare opportunity to learn a new range of skills relevant to software or engineering.

7. Productivity: Robots can not do it all. There are certain jobs that a person must completely complete. When the human workers are not caught doing the tasks that could easily have been left to robots, they would be accessible and efficient. They will speak to customers, respond to emails and comments on social media, help with branding and marketing and sell goods. You'll be surprised by how much they can do when they're not being weighed down by hard work. Although we're still lightyears away from a completely autonomous workplace, one of the best developments of our time has proved to be the autonomous technologies that many businesses are actually using. Start by adding a couple of robots and see where you are taking them.

  • 3D printing is becoming common among manufacturers also known as additive manufacturing. Demand is on the rise because of some of the creative benefits it can offer. As almost all innovations it has its own drawbacks that need to be addressed.
  • Compared to conventional manufacturing processes, this production cycle provides a number of benefits. These benefits include, amongst others, those related to design, time , and cost. The 3D printing allows more complex designs to be designed and printed than traditional production processes. More traditional processes have restrictions on design which no longer apply with 3D printing. 3D printing can produce parts in hours and speed up the process of prototyping. This allows for a speedier completion of each level. 3D printing is cheaper and quicker when compared to machining prototypes when producing parts because the component can be completed in hours, making it easier to complete each design change at a much more efficient pace.
  • Printing on demand is another advantage since, unlike traditional manufacturing processes, it does not need much space to stock inventory. This saves space and costs since unless required, there is no need to print in bulk. The 3D design files are all stored in a virtual library as they are printed either as a CAD or STL file using a 3D model , which means they can be found and printed when appropriate. Editing designs at very low cost can be achieved by editing individual files without wasting obsolete inventory and investing in software.
  • The main material used for 3D printing is plastic, although some metals can be used for 3D printing too. Plastics however offer advantages because they are lighter than their metal equivalents. It is particularly important in industries such as the automotive and aerospace, where light weighting is a concern and can provide greater fuel efficiency. Parts can also be created from custom-made materials to provide specific properties such as heat resistance, increased strength or water repellence.
  • 3D printing will print items in hours, which is much quicker than moulded or machined pieces, depending on the size and complexity of a component. Not only is component production capable of providing time savings by 3D printing, but the design process can also be very quick by producing ready to print STL or CAD files.
  • Parts manufacturing requires only the materials necessary for the component itself, with little to no waste compared to alternative methods made from large chunks of non-recyclable materials. The method not only saves on energy but also reduces the cost of the products to be used.
  • 3D printing saves time as a single step in the manufacturing process and reduces costs associated with the use of various machines for output. 3D printers can also be set up and left to get on with the job, ensuring operators don't need to be around all the time. This manufacturing technique will also minimize material costs, as it uses only the amount of material needed for the component itself, with little or no wastage. Although it can be costly to purchase 3D printing equipment, you can also reduce the cost by outsourcing your project to a 3D printing service provider.
  • With more local service providers providing outsourcing services for the production work, 3D printers are becoming increasingly available. Compared with more conventional manufacturing methods developed in industrialized countries, this saves time and does not require high transport costs.
  • This method is also environmentally friendly, as this system decreases the amount of material wastage used. However, the environmental advantages of using lightweight 3D printed components are increased when you consider factors such as improved fuel performance.
  • In the medical industry, 3D printing is used to help save lives by printing human organs such as livers, lungs, and hearts. In the healthcare sector, more advancements and uses are being created to include some of the greatest advances from using the technology.

  • Before we move on to the benefits of using Virtual and Visual Reality in eLearning, let's recapture briefly exactly what alternate reality technologies entail. The term Virtual Reality means to replicate an interaction using software and specialized tools, while Augmented Reality is about integrating digital knowledge with our own world. Unlike Virtual Reality it uses the same environment instead of "creating" a new learning experience.
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality is being used to make eLearning courses more immersive and enjoyable. Some of the biggest challenges eLearning professionals face is engaging online learners within the eLearning climate. Luckily, virtual reality systems are taking care of that. The idea that online learners will actually test out what they know without the possibility of any consequences appeals. In addition to offering online learners the chance to gain a deep understanding of the subject being examined, they are often encouraged to ask questions and talk about what they are trying to learn. They are given the opportunity to engage in activities that would not otherwise have been possible.
  • The eLearning industry is concerned with using advanced technologies to improve the learning experience. Ultimately, the fundamental aim is to make learning an easy and enjoyable task. It's practically impossible to achieve that aim without integrating the latest technological resources , particularly when we're completely immersed in the digital age. And, for some time now, Virtual and Visual Reality have been slowly but steadily edging into the eLearning market. Modern learners welcomed these add-ons warmly because of the many advantages they offer. If you still don't know about these trend-setting alternate reality technologies, then here are five benefits to put your view into perspective.
  • Augmented technology and Virtual Reality have introduced another dimension to eLearning. We take online learners to a different environment and allow them to gain experience at no risk. This technology also allows organizations to embed environments that would be too expensive to recreate in the real world. For example, paying workers to travel to certain job sites or producing a package worthy of Hollywood to put things in perspective. Training in a simulated environment also increases safety rates, in addition to saving costs. This method ensures that the online learner is clear on what is being taught and is able to apply it in real life.
  • Our existing education system mostly focuses on theory rather than practical approach. That is why people tend to so easily forget about rotely learned concepts. In the opposite, both Augmented and Virtual Reality make learning realistic. And interactions are what remains with learners online and helps them to remember the knowledge for later use. Some concepts which seem to be dry in theory struggle to attract the attention of online learners for more than 15 minutes. By adding practical application and immersion to eLearning, AR and VR can however make them more interesting.
  • Technologies for Augmented and Virtual Reality give you the opportunity to construct a comfortable space for online learners to explore and try things otherwise impossible. Taking the medical school, for example. Imagine the burden a medical student must face when he first meets a critical event. A wrong decision at this stage will make the situation worse, and the doctor's trust for the rest of his life might may be shattered. When replicating the same scenario with the aid of Virtual Reality, however, doctors can be prepared beforehand for these risky scenarios without having to think about any consequences.

Digital electronics are systems using a digital signal, rather than an analog signal. Electronic digital circuits operate with digital signals. Digital circuits use the binary notation (0 AND 1) to express the signal. A digital circuit is composed of small electronic circuits called as logic gates that are used to build combination logic. Each of the logic gates is built to perform a Boolean logic function while acting on the logic signals. The key benefits are that in digital systems , information storage can be much simpler than in analog systems. It has great noise-immunity which allows data to be stored it retrieved later without degradation.

Digital electronics is nowadays more common than analog electronics because of their advantages.

1. Electronic digital circuits are relatively easy to design

2. It has higher precision, more programmability

3. Despite the long distances transmitted signals are not compromised

4. Digital signals are easy to store

5. Comparatively more immune to 'error' and 'noise,' digital electronics. But in the case of high-speed designs a small noise may cause signal error

6. More Digital Circuits can be manufactured on integrated chips; this allows us to get smaller complex systems

7. Voltage can be either high or low at any point in a Digital Circuit; hence there is less chance of confusion

8. Digital Circuits have greater flexibility; we can change the functionality of digital circuits by making software changes rather than changing the actual circuit

9. Digital circuits are more reliable, as their output is invariant in terms of time when, as in the case of analog circuit output, changes with environmental change
Lower transmission rate, with broader broadband range

10. Transmission rate is higher, with broadband range wider

11. It is secure and better

  • Nanotechnology increases fuel production performance by improved catalysis from raw petroleum materials. This is also allowing reduced fuel consumption in automobiles and power plants by combustion with higher efficiency and reduced friction.
  • The field of nanotechnology involves the analysis and micromanipulation of nanostructure properties at dimensions ranging from 1 to 100 nanometres. Nano-science has many applications including technology, production, and medicine. This technology is on the verge of several groundbreaking advancements which many scientists are excited about and concerned about.
  • Researchers in nanotechnology fields study and manipulate anatomical properties of various materials up to a scale of one nanometer. The field of nanotechnology continues to develop and brings together a multidisciplinary community of researchers including biologists, chemists, physicists and engineers. The observation of the objects on a nanoscale requires powerful microscopic instruments. The topographical, morphological, and compositional data are provided by electron microscopes such as Transmission Electron Microscopes (TEM) and Scanning Electron Microscopes (SEM).
  • Nanoscale studies of a material include observation and experimentation. Many substances' properties behave differently on a nano-level; an understanding of why and how this occurs should help researchers identify possible benefits and risks. Furthermore, scientists are experimenting with micromanipulation and molecular processing to gain more knowledge about material properties as well as to establish practical applications for that technology. Knowledge of quantum mechanics, a branch of physics focused on subatomic particles, such as atoms, protons, neutrons , and electrons, is needed when studying changes in nanoscale behaviour.
  • Nanotubes and nanowires are claimed by many scientists to hold the most promise for future innovations. Qdots are thought to have future applications in diagnostic testing, including where cancer cells are located. This and related iron oxide, gold and magnetic nanoparticles are capable of binding to proteins and/or other molecules.
  • These particles are currently used by a variety of companies to develop diagnostic and imaging techniques. Buckyballs consist of carbon molecules and look like a football ball. They have technological applications in medicinal instruments for electronics and diagnostics. Skilled scientists can recreate carbon nanotubes by micromanipulating the atoms. Nanotubes are stronger and more durable than steel with the right arrangement, and significantly lighter in weight.
  • Nanoengineers intend to use nanotubes as the basis for automobile and aircraft building materials. The stronger material, while the lighter weight will increase the fuel efficiency, will increase safety. Researchers continue to use molecular engineering to modify the arrangement of atoms in nanotubes, aiming to find the correct combination to use them in semiconductors, transistors and other electronics.
  • Nanowires are tiny wire researchers capable of replicating; they have a range of possible applications including the prospect of tandem use of nanotubes. Some say nanowires can be used in future computers and electronics, as transistors and semiconductors.

Lots of other future uses and benefits include:

1. Advances in therapies for illnesses , such as cancer
2. Better medical and imaging tools
3. Energy efficient products like petrol and solar cells
4. Manufacturing improvements which allow durable, lightweight and efficient production tools
5. Improved electronic equipment including transistors, LED and plasma displays, and quantic computers
6. Nanorobots may be used to regenerate the ozone layer, clean contaminated areas and reliance on non-renewable sources of energy

The optical fiber or fiber optic cable is a flexible, transparent fiber created by drawing glass and is most commonly used as a means of transmitting light between the two ends of the fiber and finds wide use in fiber optic communications, where transmission over longer distances and at higher bandwidths (data rates) than wire cables is allowed.

Advantages of Optical Fibre Cable

1. Bandwidth: Fiber optic cables have a bandwidth much greater than metal cables. The most important benefit is the amount of information which can be transmitted per unit fiber time over other transmission devices.

2. Low Power Loss: An optical fiber has low power loss, allowing for longer transmission distances. Similar to copper, the longest suggested copper gap in a network is 100 m whereas it is 2 km for fibre.

3. Intrusion: Fiber optic cables are resistant to intrusion by electromagnetics. This can also run without fear in electrically noisy conditions because electrical noise does not impact fibre.

4. Size: Compared to copper, a fiber optic cable has about 4.5 times the power of the wire cable, and a sectional cross-sectional area 30 times less.

5. Weight: Fiber optic cables are much thinner than metal wires and much lighter. They also take up less space with cables with the same capacity for information. Lighter weight makes installing fibre easier.

6. Security: It is hard to tap the optical fibres. Emissions can not be detected, because they do not radiate electromagnetic radiation. As it takes great skill to do undetected physically tapping of the fiber, fiber is the most secure medium available to hold sensitive data.

7. Flexibility: The tensile strength of an optical fiber is greater than the same diameter of copper or steel fibres. It is versatile, easily bends and withstands most corrosive elements that strike copper wire.

8. Cost: Unlike copper, the raw materials for glass are abundant. This means that glass is easier to produce than copper.

 

 

  • Arduino is a simple single board microcontroller built to be easily adaptable to applications, interactive controls, or environments. The hardware consists of a circuit built around an 8-bit or 32-bit ARM microcontroller. Current models feature features such as a USB port, analog inputs, and GPIO pins that allow additional boards to be attached. Launched in 2005, the Arduino platform was designed to provide a cheaper way for hobbyists, students and professionals to create applications that use sensors , actuators, motors, and other basic devices to play in the human interface world. Simple robots or motion detectors are typical applications for students or the unexperienced.
  • It provides a simple integrated IDE (integrated development environment) running on standard personal computers and allowing users to write Arduino programs using C or C++. Typical Arduino board prices vary from $25. Arduino boards are available for purchase either pre-assembled or as do-it-yourself kits. Data on hardware design is available for those wishing to assemble an Arduino by hand. It was reported that more than 300,000 official Arduinos were created commercially in mid-2011, and that 700,000 official boards were in the hands of the users in 2013.

  • Some of the largest semiconductor companies, such as Cypress, STM, Texas Instruments, Freescale and of course the incumbent Atmel, have jumped into the Arduino space.What is significant is the proliferation in many unsuspected areas of small cottage industries that sprout up. The latest generation of platforms is radically different as it acts as the incubator for emerging designers, and a new age, as technology transformations meet fresh and exciting needs.

  • The project structure of Android Studio and the Gradle-based builds provide the versatility you need for generating APKs for all types of devices. Android Studio provides scheduling, dependency management, and plugins for creating customizables. You can customize your project to include local and host libraries, identify variants for building that include specific code and resources, and add different configurations for code shrinking and signing apps.
  • Android Studio combines version management systems like GitHub and Subversion, so you can keep the team updated with the project and make improvements. The Gradle open source development framework lets you customize the development to your environment and run on a continuous integration server such as Jenkins.
  • Android Studio offers a seamless framework in which Android phone, tablet, Android Wear, Android TV and Android Auto apps can be created. Structured code modules allow you to divide your project into functionality units which can be developed , tested and debugged independently.
  • Android Studio completely supports editing C / C++ project files so that JNI components can be easily installed into your device. The IDE offers C / C++ syntax highlighting and refactoring, and an LLDB-based debugger that allows you to debug your Java and C / C++ code simultaneously. The build tools can also execute without modification your CMake and ndk-build scripts and then connect the shared objects to your APK.
  • Android Studio offers Interface tools that simplify development of the less interesting parts of the device. Android Studio provides a drag-and - drop visual editor when working with XML layout files which makes it easier than ever to build a new layout. The Layout Editor was designed in accordance with the ConstraintLayout API, so you can easily build a layout that adapts to various screen sizes by dragging views into place and then applying layout constraints with just a few clicks.
  • You can quickly analyze the contents of your APK using the APK Analyzer. It shows the size of each item and you can find ways of growing the total size of the APK. It also enables you to preview bundled properties, inspect DEX files to solve multidex problems, and compare the discrepancies between two APKs.
  • Android Studio enables the development of a new image asset for any size of scale. Vector Asset Studio allows you to select material design icons provided by Google, or import an SVG or PSD file. Additionally, for increasing screen resolution, Vector Asset Studio can generate bitmap files to support older versions of Android that do not follow the Android vector drawable format.
  • The Translations Editor provides you with a single view of all your translated tools, making it easy to modify or delete translations, and discovering missing translations without opening the strings.xml file version. It also provides a connection to translation services for the request.

The STM32 series are among the most common microcontrollers that are used in a wide range of items. We do have an outstanding support base from numerous sites for designing microcontrollers. The STM32 is a family of 32-bit RISC ARM Cortex-M33F, Cortex-M7F, Cortex-M4F, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M0 + and Cortex-M0 cores based microcontroller ICs. STMicroelectronics awards ARM Processor IP licenses to ARM Holdings.

Development Tools

  • Compiler.
  • Debugger.
  • In-Circuit Serial Programmer (ICSP)

All STM32 devices are compatible with the pin and program, and share from a can peripheral pool. This commonality allows developers to update products with limited overhaul, and re-use their intellectual property, software , and hardware in several projects to minimize costs and speed up market time.

  • The IAR Embedded Workbench toolchain provides you with a full IDE with everything you need to ensure performance , reliability and efficiency within your embedded framework in one view. Some find IAR Embedded Workbench the best toolchain compiler and debugger in the market.
  • The access to low-level features is important for hardware-related parts of an embedded device application. The C programming language is usually a good choice for embedded systems because it is fairly similar to the hardware and you can monitor the peripherals on the computer relatively easily. Often C is not enough, however, and you need to combine C and assembler modules with an assembler instruction in your C functions. Inline assembler can be used to directly insert assembly instructions into a C or C++ feature. This can usually be useful if you need to access hardware resources that are not available in C, or you need to manually write a time-critical sequence of code that does not have the appropriate timing if written in C.
  • Similar to a C function, an inline assembler statement may take input arguments (input operands), have return values (output operands), and read or write to C symbols (via the operands). An inline assembler statement may also declare clobbered resources (i.e. values which have been overwritten in registers and memory).
  • No operands and clobbered resources, statements made by inline assemblers do not have any access to surrounding C source code. It makes the inline assembler code vulnerable and it may also become a maintenance issue if you change the compiler in the future. A downside of an inline assembler is that the compiler's various optimizations will ignore the effects of inline statements that are not at all optimised. As a consequence, where possible, inline assemblers are often best avoided, or isolated in their own function or module.
  • Instead of using intrinsic features, a simpler way to managing the lower hardware levels is. The IAR Embedded Workbench compiler provides a few predefined functions which allow direct access to low-level processor operations without using the assembler language. Such functions are known as functional intrinsics. For example, they can be very useful in time-critical routines.

Proteus VSM was the first product to bridge the gap for embedded design between schematics and PCB, providing device level simulation of microcontroller-based designs within the schematic kit itself. About fifteen years later, Proteus VSM continues to lead the market with more variants and peripherals for microcontrollers than any other product, improved measurement and debug tools and a relentless emphasis on innovation. Each page discusses some of the advantages of using Proteus VSM as a prototyping tool embedded in your workflow. Proteus VSM gives embedded engineer a special development platform. It allows you to define a program (HEX file, COF file, ELF / DWARF2 file, UBROF file etc) as the property of the part of the microcontroller on the schematic and will show you the effects of the program on the schematic you generated during the simulation. You can modify the 'hardware' by repurposing the schematics, modifying the values of the components for resistors , capacitors, etc., and removing or inserting new components. In the IDE of your choice, you can change your firmware and then test the new code on the new system by pressing a button once it is compiled.

Throughout the design process and in the test / debugging process, Proteus VSM will save time and energy. Both of these turn into cost savings for a project, and with each additional project performed, these savings increase. The ability to use the schematic for firmware design and debugging in Proteus as a virtual prototype increases the consistency of the physical prototype. Few design cycles mean fewer development times and lower production costs. Proteus comes with a range of instrumentation and research tools, ranging from DSO to Logic Analyser to I2C and SPI Protocol Analyser.

OrCAD 's benefits are: Superior Performance

1. 64 Architecture bit by bit. Current software is approaching the edge of what a 32-bit architecture can possibly do
2. Unlimited Size Design. OrCAD actively leverages the latest in computing technology to allow its users to make the most of their tools
3. Capabilities of Multi-threading

The Interactive Network Analysis Toolkit (TINA) is a SPICE-based electronics design and training program developed by Budapest's DesignSoft. Its features include analog, digital and mixed circuit simulations, and PCB architecture. NA program is available in Cloud and Installable versions. There are feature versions available for use in industry and for use in education. TINA enables simulation, design and real-time testing of hardware description language (HDL) such as VHDL, Verilog, Verilog-A, and Verilog-AMS circuits, as well as mixed electronic circuits like switched-mode power supply, RF, connectivity, and optoelectronic circuits. MCU code generation and debugging in both physical and mixed circuit environments is also possible with the integrated and third-party flowchart software. TINACloud is the multi-language, cloud-based online edition of TINA. This operates over the Web without installation in main browsers. TINACloud runs on most of the machines and operating systems. As of 2014, Infineon Technologies has also used TINACloud as Infineon Designer's tool for online prototyping with A / D simulation.

EAGLE is Software for Electronic Interface Automation (EDA). Enabling designers of printed circuit board ( PCB) to connect schematic diagrams, part positioning, PCB routing and comprehensive library material seamlessly.

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LONMAT : Digital Online Incubation Program towards Business Practices and Management

 

 

  • SAP offers "future-proof Cloud ERP technologies that will fuel the next business generation." With its advanced technology, SAP will improve the efficiency and competitiveness of your company by automating routine activities, allowing better use of your time, energy and resources.
  • SAP-skills have become an important consideration for beginning a productive career after several years at school and university. Understanding SAP software and operating with it is vitally necessary in many aspects of the job market. Today these skills are mandatory for many positions. When that is not the case, candidates can always be sure to improve their chances of being hired for a job if they can show they have already brought SAP-skills from their university time.
  • Enterprise Resource Planning ( ERP) is the basic program that any organization uses to manage its business processes. SAP ERP is the most prevalent product worldwide in this region. This encompasses all of the above listed procedures, and is also included in a company's several separate divisions. In addition, products such as SAP BI (Market Intelligence), SAP CRM ( Customer Relationship Management) and many more are designed specifically for certain areas of business. While SAP BI offers a powerful tool for evaluating company data , for example, and thus helps to make critical decisions, SAP CRM is best suited for marketing , sales and service areas.
  • The need for young professionals with SAP-skills increases with the growing number of SAP customers – no matter in which area. For example, SAP is used by logistics companies, the telecommunications sector, car companies, as well as banks and the retail sector. Regardless of which area and position you prefer, SAP-skills are needed in almost any of them – and are increasingly expected. Getting a clear understanding of the SAP is therefore a great advantage for any application. Additional specializations in certain areas of SAP such as SAP BI and SAP CRM (and others) can help to flesh out one's own personal career plan and achieve intended goals faster.

  • Digital marketing supports businesses of all sizes by providing mass consumer exposure at an affordable price. This allows genuinely customized ads as opposed to TV or print advertisement. Digital marketing often poses a variety of obstacles of which you should be conscious. The biggest benefit of digital marketing is that it can reach a broad audience cost-effectively and measurably. Other advantages of digital marketing include increasing brand loyalty, and driving online sales.
  • The Digital Advertising advantages include:

    1. International scope : a website helps you to find new markets and exchange with only a small investment internationally

    2. Lower cost : a well designed and well-targeted digital marketing strategy will meet the right consumers at substantially lower cost than conventional marketing methods

    3. Trackable, measurable performance : tracking your online marketing using Web analytics and other online measurement tools makes it easier to assess how successful your campaign was. You can get specific details about how customers use your website or address your advertisements

         4. Personalization: if your customer database is linked to your website, then you can greet them with targeted offers whenever someone visits the website. The more they buy from you, the more effectively they are able to refine their customer profile and market to them

         5. Openness: you can build customer loyalty by engaging with social media and carefully managing it, and create a reputation for being easy to engage

        6. Social currency: digital marketing lets you use content marketing tactics to create engaging campaigns. The content (images , videos, articles) will acquire social capital-moving from user to user and becoming viral

        7. Enhanced conversion rates: When you have a website, then your buyers are only a few clicks away from purchasing. Digital marketing can be smooth and instant in comparison to other channels that involve people to get up and make a phone call, or go to a store

  • If someone aspires himself or herself in working for big name brands such as Dior, Ferrari, Versace and more, then choosing a degree in luxury brand management could be the right option for you. Such a degree will allow you to work for the luxury companies you like, and you will be able to play your part in their growth. Now, if you have any concerns about joining the luxury industry, that is understandable. Challenging a consumer's purchasing power, and whether it will continue, is a valid concern. Recent years have seen drastic shifts on the earth.
  • Numerous small companies suffered because of the global recession. Because of the recession, asset inflation outpaced wages while the beneficiaries of the stock market and real estate gains were a driving force in economic growth. The collapse of the Euro's buying power in 2015 continues to hurt the continental consumers while the situation in the US has changed absolutely. Shoppers in the middle class can not afford to buy larger cars. Likewise, the number of high-income and middle-income customers has increased in many developing countries
  • You should know that the sales of luxury products are only continuing to grow despite the economic crisis going on around the world. Nowadays, luxury brands are more than just a symbol of status; they are considered a symbol of wishes, taste, benefit, wealth and above all achievement. Hence the luxury industry 's success depends heavily on brand managers who can recognize and develop the market. Sought-out luxury brands tend not to be attractive any more because they are readily or easily available. People with a passion for all the finer things in life will find that specializing in luxury brand management in a way that distinguishes their degree
  • The luxury market has continued to flourish, as more people understand the value and significance of the various luxuries of life. Although the global economy continues to evolve, one aspect remains constant, and that is the attraction of the people for luxury. With the advent of more and more luxury brands, luxury goods have become more attainable and this trend is only predicted to expand. For those thinking of pursuing a degree in luxury brand management, they should be aware that they will be given numerous career opportunities. Not only can you qualify to become a brand manager with such a degree, but you may also become a marketing consultant or product manager as well
  • Students seeking a degree in luxury brand management are given the skills and experience required to cope with the ever-changing financial situation. True, the luxury industry is a challenging and trending field; however, you can get closely interacting with the luxury world
  • Apart from knowing the entire idea of luxury, you can also hear about the different features involved in the luxury industry. That means you'll also learn the brand's value in the luxury business. You will also get the product concept and the pricing in the industry. More fields of study also include retail management and policy along with the method of resolving contact as well as the practices of public relations in such an undertaking. Finally, you'll also hear about the future of luxury brands and where they're going.
  • Students get the opportunity to learn from academics along with extensive experience in the industry. They get exceptional learning opportunities such as visits to prestigious luxury brands, talks from speakers from big business and the opportunity to work in a real firm on a consultancy project.

  • A Radio Jockey, popularly called an RJ, is a person who hosts a radio talk show. Radio Jockey is, in plain words, the 'sutradhaar' of an assigned radio show. The task of Radio Jockeys or RJ's is to entertain the callers in the chat show, which the radio obviously broadcasts and interacts with the caller through telephone or email and online chatting. The Radio Jockey must also be able to reach the audience / viewers with their voice and word selection, and how they deliver the material to the audience and viewers
  • Radio Jockey is an exciting, rewarding and incredibly demanding music lover career. If you're really interested in a radio jockey career then spontaneous, fun, polite personality is really important for you. A strong command over the language and good voice is always a good thing if you want to pursue a career in this field. Besides that, in order to become a good radio jockey, you'll always listen to good radio jockeys so you can appreciate their style and improve your own with practice later
  • After completing class 12 one can join the radio jockey area. There are no entrance tests available to participate in a radio-jockey course. Candidates can also take short-term diploma and certificate courses in this field. Of course your personality is what matters most in this career direction. You should be consistent about your grammar and pronunciation too
  • A Radio Jockey has good scope to get employment opportunities in the government sector. Within the private sector, however, there is strong room for career too. Based on their skill such as voice modulation, simple grammar, accurate pronunciation and command over language and vocabulary, candidates are recruited.
  • Radio Jockeys can find jobs in government organizations such as AIR (All India Radio), state-owned radio stations, and other stations. There are many opportunities to work in the government sector, and the salary packages are also high. In addition to the annual pay, different health insurance , retirement savings, etc. are given to Radio Jockeys. Employees in the government sector have job security, as well as salary benefits, perquisites, and retirement benefits such as gratuity, pension, pension fund, etc. that are missing in the private sector
  • In the private sector, there is a lot of scope for job opportunities in companies such as Radio Mirchi, Big FM, Red FM, Radio Mid-day, Radio Wani, Times FM, Radio Star and many other independent radio stations. In the private sector, radio jockeys get good salary package, competitive environment, incentives etc. The working environment in the private sector is quite competitive which is missing in the government sector because they are not established to fulfill business objectives
  • A jockey may also apply over time for voice-over for commercials, TV shows , and movies
  • Most common national Radio Agencies / FM stations are:
  1. AIR (All India Radio)
  2. Times FM
  3. Radio Mid-day
  4. Radio Star
  5. Radio Wani
  6. Big F.M 92.7
  7. Radio Mirchi 98.3
  8. Radio Mango 91.9
  9. Club FM 94.3
  10. Red FM 93.5
  11. 104 Fever FM
  12. Other independent radio stations
  • Demand for Radio Jockeys is growing because of private radio waves in this region. You should expect to earn approximately Rs 15,000 per month as a field fresher. With time and experience the pay scale is definitely going to increase. An successful RJ could make up to Rs. 1.5 lakhs per month to Rs. 2 lakhs. RJs can earn Rs. 2,500-Rs. 3,000 per series, with experience and time. As a radio jockey, one can earn good money by buying advertisements, in addition to receiving the contract. You can receive more for TV and Radio advertisements by voice-over.

 

Certificate we provide to our SCODEL(ian) infact to our LONMAT(ian) here

JobFayr : Digital Online Acceleration Program for Digital Portfolio Building

                     

PROFESSIONAL CHARGES : INR 180 (Comprising all courses with a support system valid for maximum 6 sessions)

Our current listed programs are 

# Digital & Visual CV Portfolio Building   

# Social Media Profile Building & Reputation Management

 

 

Certificate we provide to our SCODEL(ian) infact to our JOBFAYR(ian) here

Fuzzie Gauge : Digital Online Analytical Program for Rational Test Aptitude

   

We have our own innovative test series for every department crafted in our own developed philosophy. 

  • STEM Series
  • Industry 4.0 Series
  • Technocrat Series
  • Business Management Series

PROFESSIONAL CHARGES:  INR 140 (Comprising 50 Questions with Answer Keys)

 

Certificate of Fuzzie Gauge

Da Musik Geen : Digital Online Incubation & Acceleration Program in Music Composition & Music Production

     

We use the latest state of art of music hardware and software for music production, composition and mastering. We are also into the online music streaming and distribution. Professional charges are variable and known on demand.  

We deal in following genres of music

  • Sufi Rock
  • Western Classical
  • Blues
  • Jazz

 

 

Certificate we provide to our Musical SCODEL(ian)

UdhayaFal : Digital Online Acceleration Program for Entrepreneurship in Creative & Fine Arts

 

How about launching yourself for creative movie by learning Video Editing and Cinema's finest techniques like DI, Post Production, Cinematography and etc. ? We have plethora of such programs and courses running under UdhayaFal

 

 

 

Certificate we provide to our UdhayaFal(ians)

Book4est : Digital Online Acceleration Program for Book Authoring

Certificate suitable for aspiring and visionary authors

LSIMP : Digital Online Mentoring Program for Global Languages' Mentoring

 

 

Certificate we provide to our LSIMP(ians)

Brijedu : Digital Online Incubation Program in Assistive Technology enabled scenario

   

Assistive Technology program for Visually Impaired and Blind students starts soon in Kurukshetra 

 

 

 

 

 

Special Certificate for Specially Blessed ones

Sportnima : Digital Online Mentoring Program in Sports & Outdoor Activities

Sportnima, an integral part of SCODEL derives its meaning from two words "Sport" and "Nima" which later word means grace and fair. We have introduced Sports and Outdoor activities. 

 

Certificate of Sport Nima

SAVIGYA : Digital Online Mentoring Program in Ayurveda, Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Homoeopathy and MEDITATION

 


 

Certificate of Savigya

Trana : Digital Online Mentoring Program for Defense Education

 

 

Certificate we provide to our TRANA(ians)

Param Surbhi : Digital Online Mentoring Program for Food Making and Food Technology

 

 

T2OC : OUR FLAGSHIP AND THE HIGHEST ORDER OF DIGITAL INCUBATION IN ASSISTANCE OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES | R&D | HYPOTHESIS | JOURNALS | CONFERENCE PAPERS

 

 

Explore the best in research and insightful exploration

The Vision at T2OC (also a Research Division of Neonex Technology), a portmanteau for "Think Tank of Computing" completely follows a path of R&D where one can craft their original thinking by always striving for the best in path-breaking innovations which can define a new paradigm in computing.Our copyright works are acknowledged and granted by the Ministry of Human Resource Development (MHRD) of India .  We also encourage the use of reverse engineering.

 

Here we convert existing thesis works or literature into meaningful product by giving apt brand name and serving in the form of Intellectual Property. Hence setting stage for fresh ideas to pour in before it takes off as startup. Here T2OC be guiding force for freelancers, fresh startups until they become profitable and successful.  Also recommended option for Under Graduate students to morph their usable academics to pen down their journal and literature works.

 

  • ASLBUD - Authored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal, M.Tech in Computer Science Engineering. The content covers the science and logic behind the great UI/UX. It covers the recommended findings and guidelines to create the best UI model. Also it is published in the format of International Journal.

 

  • KYCP - Authored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal, M.Tech in Computer Science Engineering.  A copyright which gives an abstract of the idea that will substantially change the way "Communication" takes place.

 

  • ESTEM - Authored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal and Deepak who are M.Tech in Computer Science Engineering.  It covers the recommended findings and guidelines to create and test app by making an interaction among the tester, developer and client more personalized and transparent. 

 

  • ZCFS - Authored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal who is M.Tech in Computer Science Engineering. A new storage paradigm for an upcoming revolutionary file system.

 

  • Peopleing - Authored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal who is M.Tech in Computer Science Engineering. It comprises innovative set of path-breaking technologies for an upcoming Instant Messaging and Social Media app.

 

  • Portocafe - Authored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal who is M.Tech in Computer Science Engineering & Ankit Prasad who is MCA under his academic belt.

 

  • NGEP - Next Generation Edutech Platform, filed jointly and authored by Karamvir Singh Rajpal and Sandeep Singh Brar.

Significance of having Intellectual Property for Startups and Entrepreneurs

Forthcoming Works in Production

  • Advance Valve Management driven via Android platform and PC platform
  • NXCR (Next Generation Code Reader)

Certificate we provide to our Research Scholars and Innovators

Get in touch with us to know more about our SCODEL programs, we will assist you to know more

 

 

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