CCSIT in collaboration with Cisco Networking academy had organised a workshop on (29th August) Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching certified course with latest updated curriculum modules.
The modules are CCNA R&S Introduction to Networks (Module 1); CCNA R&S Essentials (Module 2). The regularly updated Cisco curriculum keeps the students industry ready for performing various tasks in networking domain. The course focuses on practical learning and skill enhancement as informed by Rajendra Pandey (Cisco certified instructor) in his address. The simulator known as Cisco Packet Tracer is an all equipped tool kit to perform networking experiments through its use which the students learned in the workshop.
College of Computing Sciences and Information Technology (CCSIT), TMU motivate the students to be updated by arranging and collaborating with various such platforms. Cisco is one of the leading brands in the networking industry and is a globally known for it. Mr Priyank Singhal (Head Cisco Networking Academy and Cisco certified instructor) introduced Cisco CCNA Routing & Switching certificate course at the college.
At the end of the workshop he appreciated the efforts of the college for supporting Cisco for this venture. Further applauding the students, he commented how the students of CCSIT has shown great interest and have been so apt with their understanding about the workshop which was great. This shows how great the teaching staff has groomed & guided the students well which has resulted in their immense dedication and quick understanding for the networking concepts. The students of CCSIT exhibit the virtues of a top college and hoped that such endeavours would soon make CCSIT as one of the best private institute for B-tech stream in India and not just in the state of Uttar Pradesh & Delhi NCR.
Principal RK Dwivedi humbled by the appreciation applauded the students and faculty members for all their hard work and motivated them to keep doing their best and making CCSIT proud. The workshop concluded with distributing the kit and a Cisco Networking Academy Tshirts to all the enrolled students for free. The event coordination was handled by Priyank Singhal and Rajendra Prashad Pandey.