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Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another.
Today- Engineers at BMCE
True to this tradition we have conducted programs on developing soft skills. The program intended improve the personality and qualitative outlook of the students. We aspire that our students excel not only in academics but must be groomed across the entire constitution in all aspects.
Microsoft IT Academy
The Microsoft IT Academy program is a novel way to cut across academic learning institutions to bridge the gap between academic education and industry interface by enabling faculty and students to add new technology skills in an academic setting. Microsoft IT Academies are a sub domain product of world-class Microsoft curriculum and cutting-edge software tools to simulate real-world challenges in the classroom environment. As a Microsoft IT Academy member, our institution is a resource for top-quality education while providing cutting edge Microsoft technologies.
One of the sought after programs in the technology domain, the Cisco Networking Academy program at BMCE helps students to enhance their career prospects while supplementing the demand for networking professionals Networking Academy helps our students to gear themselves for industry-recognized certifications and entry-level information and communication technology (ICT) careers in virtually every type of industry.
About Cisco Networking Academy
Launched in October 1997 with 64 educational institutions in seven states, the Networking Academy has spread to more than 150 countries. Since its inception, over 1.6 Million students have enrolled at more than 10,000 Academies located in high schools, technical schools, colleges, universities, and community-based organizations.
Interested educational institutions are given the designation of Networking Academy at the level of training that they will be providing in the program. There are currently three possible tiers of training. Industry experts at Cisco Systems train the Instructor Trainers at the Cisco Academy Training Centers (CATCs), the CATC Instructors train Regional Academy Instructors and the Regional Academy Instructors train the Local Academy Instructors who then educate students. Utilizing this three-tier training model helps to provide instructors the training they need in close proximity to where they are located. Educational institutions may play a role at one or more of these training levels.
Cisco's partners from business, government and community organizations form an ecosystem to deliver the range of services and support needed to grow tomorrow's global workforce. Initially created to prepare students for the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) degrees, the Academy curriculum has expanded with ecosystem-partner sponsored courses. Optional courses include: IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software and IT Essentials: Network Operating Systems; and Panduit Network Infrastructure Essentials sponsored by Panduit Corporation.
The Internet enables anytime, anywhere learning for all students, regardless of location, socio-economic status, gender, or race. With the United Nations Development Program, the United States Agency for International Development, and the International Telecommunication Union, Cisco has made the Academy program available to students in Least Developed Countries to help them build their country's economies.
The Networking Academy program continually raises the bar on e-learning and educational processes. Through community feedback and electronic assessment, the Academy program adapts curriculum to improve outcomes and student achievement. The Academy infrastructure is designed to deliver a rich, interactive, and personalized curriculum to students around the world. The Internet has the power to change the way people learn, work, and play, and the Cisco Networking Academy Program is in the forefront of this transformation.
Created by industry and education professionals, the curriculum prepares students for the demands of the workplace and motivates them to continue their education and learning. Delivered globally in multiple languages, the Academy program uses assessment data to adapt and improve lessons, labs, and teacher training. The program recognizes multiple learning styles of students with Web-based, multimedia content; online assessment and evaluation throughout the course; hands-on labs; and instructor training and support. Upon completion, students have the opportunity to take a certification exam.
Participating organizations join a global community of learners including students, instructors, and partners in academia, business, government, and community. Through the tiered support system, every Academy has a "parent" Academy. Cisco Systems trains the Cisco Academy Training Centers (CATCs), the CATCs train Regional Academies and the Regional Academies train the Local Academy Instructors who then educate students. Through the Academy Connection participants have access to a community of users to share best practices, solve problems, access discounts, and request assistance. Cisco ecosystem partners contribute expertise, discounted resources, and Workplace Learning opportunities.
The LabView certification program offered by National Instruments is a novel way to extend our knowledge domain into the intricacies of the electronics and computer industry. fter completing the program, students have the opportunity, knowledge, and tools to attempt the Certified LabVIEW Associate Developer (CLAD) exam.
The LabVIEW Academy program provides academic institutions with a classroom curriculum package that supports both credit and noncredit courses. LabVIEW Academy is for anyone seeking LabVIEW education and knowledge through an academic institution over the course of a semester.
LabVIEW Academy Benefits
Gain LabVIEW Academy Recognition
Training on PLC/SCADA by Prolific
PLC’S (Programmable Logic Controllers) have emerged as the fore runner of automation technology with various companies like Allen Bradley, Siemens, and Keyence PLCs have come to dominate this sphere. With domestic and international companies using any automation system it has become a must for an engineer to learn this tool. PLC’s have incorporated one of the most interesting programming systems called Ladder programming. The PLC’s make use of a graphical Interface called SCADA. A sound knowledge about these programming techniques is definitely a shot in the arm for the students during placement and allied job ventures.
Training on DCS by Yokogawa