Vector Institute Bangalore - Best VLSI training in Bangalore, Embedded Training - Bangalore

Monday, 23 January 2012

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City: Bangalore, Karnataka
Offer type: Sell


Contact name Vector
Phone 8762456789

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Vector Institute Bangalore - VECTOR Institute, Bangalore is the first ISO 9001:2008 certified Embedded and VLSI Training Institute in India
VECTOR Institute Bangalore has emerged as the pioneer training center for Embedded and VLSI systems education in Hyderabad, India. We have the distinction of being the first ISO 9001:2008 certified Embedded and VLSI Training Institute in India. We conduct an all-India Entrance Examination for admission into our world-class Embedded Systems courses in Bangalore. VECTOR Institute - bangalore is different to other Embedded Institutes, in terms of its real-time and project based curriculum, industry-specific course content, state-of-art infrastructure, and complete Embedded placement guidance. The training we offer in Bangalore for Embedded Programming is highly application oriented.

VECTOR Institute has put in place two types of computer labs.

The first category of open labs includes

Networked personal computers, printers, and other computer equipment.
Systems that readily serve students in providing hands-on experience, and practice on Embedded Programming and practical modules.
Systems that are equipped with the needful software, and availed by students. We provide systems on 1:1 basis.
So, after practicing in the classroom labs, students can reinforce and revise their Embedded Programming lessons by actual practice in the open labs.

The second category includes the Classroom Labs that provide for

Display screens, computer projection systems, and a networked personal computer on every student desk.
Fixed number of hours for each Embedded course student
Needful flexibility, wherein classroom labs may be utilized as open labs, when no class is in progress.
It is ensured that the students and faculty in the classroom labs are least disturbed. So, students and faculty working in a classroom lab need to leave the lab when the Embedded Systems class starts or is in progress.