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Aatul Palandurkar

Java Training at BISAG (GTU) and CDAC

Posted on: October 24, 2014

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Conducted Java Training at CDAC for M.Tech. students at Bhaskaracharya Institute of Space Applications and Geo-Informatics (BISAG), Info City, Gandhinagar, Gujrat under Gujrat Technical University (GTU). Seen a great collaboration between BISAG, CDAC and GTU, never seen such program for students where are students getting chance to work on research projects and all.

During the training covered Java, Java EE, Struts, Hibernate, Spring, EJB, RMI, Networking, etc. all in 5 days daily 8 hours. It helps a lot to cover that much if you use NetBeans for training Java and other Java related technologies like JavaEE, Struts, Hibernate, Spring, HTML5, etc. Students were good.

I feel honored after receiving Diwali Gift and Dinner party from students. I would also like to thanks them for Akshardham visit and really love the fountain and water show at Akshardham. There are only 4 water shows like that all over the world. I really enjoyed a lot guys thanks a lot. And I would like to share the thing that you are doing for physically and mentally challenged people, I have never seen this from students.

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3 Responses to "Java Training at BISAG (GTU) and CDAC"

what a process to give a training java ni bisag???

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Hello,
Glad to hear that you have developed your own college project and you want to give training. Send me your CV on aatul@ancyber.com
Regards.

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Thanks a lot sir…
It was indeed our pleasure to have you as a faculty. The knowledge which you shared with us is really very useful. We would love to gain more knowledge from you in future.

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