Project work has evidently resulted higher learning, processing and thinking ability in students. Moreover, computer courses in Information Technology, being dynamic in nature and increasing in scope requires “project work” to be an inseparable part of its learning.
Undertaking a project work teaches students the way and manner in which projects are handled and executed for an optimal result. It also involves the experience of an expert in the respective field.
In the current context of Nepal, without the completion of a project, an IT degree is considered almost inapplicable. IT Training Nepal offers its intelligence team to a wide range of students. Students can acquire as much knowledge as they want from our pool knowledge by working in projects.
Who can undertake the project work?
1. Candidates who are currently undergoing an academic degree
Students who are currently earning their degrees (BSc.IT, BCA, BE computers ) in colleges and university require to complete a project in a certain programming platform. Commonly, student do not have the level of proficiency to build their own project through the little knowledge they learn in their classroom, unless they are exceptionally good to do project on their own. In this case, IT Training Nepal services to guide the individual or group of students in any programming language. Every semester new students come to fulfill their academic projects in Java, .Net, Php who are more than satisfied by our service.
2. Candidates who have completed their academic degrees
Students who have completed their degree in IT and are looking for an opportunity to gear up their career in software development field can also join the project work.
This will help them be ready for the job market, boost their confidence to face the interview.
Their opportunities may additionally extend to launching themselves as a freelancer and working on their own grounds.
3. Candidates with non-IT background:
IT Training Nepal has maintained a history of training non-IT background students with equal comfort and care. Having realized the fact that one does not necessarily need an academic degree to excel in a particular field, our team is fully dedicated towards the training of each individual and taking him/her to his/her full potential. Extra time, space, guidance and attention to their progress is given to students when necessary.
How Project Supervisors are allocated?
The years of expertise in IT field of the founders and trainers of IT Training Nepal are its highest assets. We have a number of enthusiastic full-time trainers who have till date supervised hundreds of students in their projects. Normally a group is assigned one supervisor who is responsible till its completion. Students may also sometimes generate ideas and solutions from other trainers and colleagues in the friendly ambience of IT Training Nepal.
A large project consists of a team of 4 to 5 whereas a small project is carried on an individual basis. In a group project, one person is allocated as a leader who is responsible to run the project smoothly. Each member is assigned to complete the given module. After finishing each module, it is integrated into a single system.
A project is normally given a duration of a month and has following phases.
Planning phase:In this phase, students form a group and choose a topic on which they wis to do the project. They either generate innovative idea or take a real case scenario.
Our students till date have taken projects like online shopping portal, online quiz, library management system, phonebook and many more.
Requirement Analysis phase:
In this phase the students make a list of functions and features that are required in the project.
Database, frontend and back-end Designing:
Students design appropriate and normalized relational databases. Front-end and back-end are initially designed from templates.
Students implement the functions and queries in the system. System Testing is carried out simultaneously. Implementing search functions and crystal reporting is also a part of the development phase in project.
Finally, the project is completed and submitted to the respective person.