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C-DAC facility inaugurated at JNTU

Staff Reporter

Focus on research and development



Centre responsible for industry-relevant course in embedded-design

Services at the centre to be provided in Indian languages



HYDERABAD: The Research, Development and Training facilities of Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) were inaugurated at the Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University campus, Kukatpally, by Vice-Chancellor K. Rajagopal here on Wednesday. The C-DAC Director General S. Ramakrishnan was also present on the occasion.

Focus area

The centre will have activities focusing on research and development in cutting-edge technologies such as Ubiquitous Computing, Information Security, Grid Computing Applications and Embedded Systems. Courses in Embedded, VLSI and e-Security areas will also be offered here.

The C-DAC however, will continue e-Learning, Enterprise Solutions for SME sector, business and training activities at its Delta Chambers campus at Ameerpet.

Relevant to poor

The C-DAC which has developed several solutions such as EnSAFE (End Systems Suraksha Framework) and e-Sikshak (e-Learning Framework) is presently working on ‘India Development Gateway (IN DG) Portal’ to provide services and products relevant to poor and rural communities in the areas of agriculture, education, rural energy, health and e-governance.

The portal provides services in Indian languages.

The Hyderabad centre which is identified as National Resource Centre for Embedded Systems Training is responsible for industry-relevant course ‘Diploma in Embedded Systems Design’ and rolling out almost 1,000 professionals every year through 10 locations.

New courses

The JNTU and C-DAC which are already working together in the area of Bio-Informatics will now start new courses in the area of Information Security, Digital and Analog VLSI Design.



Centre responsible for industry-relevant course in embedded-design

Services at the centre to be provided in Indian languages





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