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During the Indian independence struggle, Indian leaders recognized the need for a local military institution to meet the needs of an armed force loyal to sovereign India. The British Raj was reluctant to commission Indian officers or to permit local officer training. Until World War I Indians were not eligible for commission as officers in the Indian Army.[1] Following the experiences in World War I, where Indian soldiers proved their mettle Montague-Chelmsford Reforms facilitated ten Indians per year to undergo officer training at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. In 1922 the Prince of Wales Royal Indian Military College (now known as the Rashtriya Indian Military College) was set up in Dehradun to prepare young Indians for admission to Sandhurst. The Indianisation of the Army started with the commissioning of 31 Indian officers. Among this first batch of officers to be commissioned was Kodandera Madappa Cariappa, who later became the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army and the second Indian Field Marshal. Despite demands, the British resisted expansion of the Indian officer cadre. Indian leaders then pressed for the issue at the first Round Table Conference in 1930. Eventually, the establishment of an Indian officer training college was one of the few concessions made at the conference. The Indian Military College Committee, set up under the chairmanship of Field Marshal Sir Philip Chetwode, recommended in 1931 the establishment of an Indian Military Academy in Dehradun to produce forty commissioned officers twice a year following two and a half years of training.

Employment Testing Skills

Indian plumbing skill council

Learn computer graphic development and discover the field of video games, animations, 2 and 3 dimensional designs and and create your own way of representing things.  
The IPSC acts as a accrediting and certifying body; and will work to fill the gap of skilled and unskilled labour in India. For this purpose we are partnering associations and organizations who share same vision, and work to upgrade the skills deficit in the plumbing industry.

What will you learn in this course?

The objective of "Let's Learn English" course is to enhance the English communication skills of the students. Make them confident and fluent in speaking English.

The competencies taken care in this course are Listening(Recorded sessions), Reading, Writing (Grammar, comprehension) and speaking English.

After completing this course students will be able to understand, read, write and speak English.Their employability will be enhanced and communication skills will be perfect.

What will you learn in this course?

The objective of "Let's Learn Hindi" course is to enhance the Hindi communication skills of the Non RESIDENT Indian students or those Non Hindi speaking people who are keen to learn Hindi .This course will make them confident and fluent in speaking Hindi.

The competencies taken care in this course are Listening (Recorded sessions), Reading, Writing (Grammar, comprehension) and speaking Hindi.

After completing this course students will be able to understand, read, write and speak Hindi .They will be able to communicate with Hindi speaking people.

What will you learn in this course?

Tally is all about connecting the various financial data in an organization. Over the years, Tally has become synonymous with accounting. And accounting is nothing but maintaining different books of accounts. The objective of Tally 9 is to provide an individual with practical knowledge. It is a tool that gives you a working method to organize all the numbers and figures you have already pulled up and which in turn can be used to make an organization's work very streamlined and organized.                                        

The competencies of Tally 9 optimizes an organization's various operations and divisions, streamlines every aspect, and brings together its functioning into a cohesive whole. After completing this course student will be able to record all transaction, compile payroll, compute taxation and e-filling, stock maintenance etc.

Their employability will be enhanced.


The course assumes the knowledge of the course MCS-013, "Discrete Mathematics". 

In the two blocks of this course, we discuss recursion and graph theory, respectively. The first block is aimed at development the understanding of a very important tool for analyzing recursive programmes, namely, recurrence relations. In the second block we aim to develop a basic understanding of graph theory, which is a very useful modeling tool for computer programming.


CREDITS: 2

DURATION: 180 days 




List of Topics to be covered

Unit 1:

Introduction to Object Oriented Modelling

Unit 2:

Object Oriented Analysis

Unit 3:

Using UML

Unit 4:

System Design

Unit 5:

Object Design

Unit 6:

Advance Object Design

Unit 7:

Object Modeling

Unit 8:

Dynamic Modeling

Unit 9:

Functional Modeling

Unit 10:

Implementation Strategies

Unit 11:

Object Mapping with Databases

Unit 12:

Case Study

Testing Quiz

it describe the introduction of economics