Megam Solutions and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras Pravartak Technologies Foundation are offering a six-month online certification course on 'Next Generation Mobile Wireless Networks.'
The deadline to apply for the course is February 8, with classes starting on February 12. On alternate weekends, sessions will be held.
Candidates can register and get more information on the website.
According to IIT Madras, this program will provide in-depth understanding and hands-on experience in technologies such as 5G, Software Defined Networks, Network Function Virtualization, and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Participants will learn about the architecture of next-generation mobile wireless networks, network infrastructure components, protocols, and modern mobile wireless network applications, according to the announcement.
The course is open to undergraduate and graduate engineering students, MSc (Electronics) students, Ph.D. scholars, faculty members, and the industry or start-up experts. Interested candidates should visit pravartak.org.in/next-generation-mobile-wireless-networks.html to register.
IIT Madras Director, Prof V Kamakoti, Director said, “5G is not just a network that can provide entertainment at high speed but is one of the basic building blocks of Industry 4.0. This course is launched at a very apt time wherein, we anticipate employment opportunities with this skill set, in large numbers, in the near future.”
The course is designed to give students a solid understanding of and hands-on experience with technologies including 5G, software-defined networks, network function virtualization, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Participants will learn about the architecture of next-generation mobile wireless networks, as well as network infrastructure components, protocols, and modern mobile wireless network applications.
Experts who have built networking products and solutions for prominent network device makers and service providers all over the world are guiding the course. Academicians from prestigious schools that have worked on mobile wireless technology-related research for several years also make up the faculty.
Dr. MJ Shankar Raman, CEO of IIT Madras Pravartak Technologies Foundation, added, “IITM Pravatak is a leader in providing leading-edge technology development and solution provider. With the introduction of the Next Generation Mobile Wireless Networks course, we will have trained professionals with hands-on experience who can address the implementation challenges in various use-cases where this technology is applied.”