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PROJECT REPORT
ON
COMPUTER HARDWARE
AND
NETWORKING

ACCOMPLISHED AT
MASS INFOTECH (CEDTI) ,
YAMUNA NAGAR (HARIYANA)

SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT
OF
BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING (COMPUTER ENGG. DEPT.) ,
2004UNDERTAKEN BY:- SUBMITTED TO:-
PANKAJ ACHARYA HEAD
COMPUTER ENGG. TRAINING & PLACEMENT CELL
"POORNIMA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING"

JAIPUR

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

" MASS INFOTECH " is affillited by CENTER FOR ELECTRONICS DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY OF INDIA(CEDTI). Govt. of India, Ministry ofInformation Technology. This certificate was acquried in 1997 for hardware and networking.Even though for a very short span, to be able to work in" Mass infotech " has been a valuable experience in the practical education and has given me a priceless insight into the functioning of a team of technology in aproven productive environment. I here by present my sincere thanks to all theconcerned authorities for helping me in completing the training . I am glad to thank "Mr. Rajiv Lamba" who gave me this golden chance to gain knowledge at their basestation. I also extend my heartiest thanks to all the engineers and faculty members for sparing their valuable time in guiding me through my training. In short I would like to thank all the staff members of "Mass Infotech" fortheir co-operation and healthy support.

PANKAJ ACHARYA

PREFACE


Today is the world of technology. There will be 5 crore computers and 10 crore mobile phones in the country by the end of the year 2008, bringing plethora of related job opportunities in manufacturing, services and maintenance in this arena of technology.

As an engineering graduate,innumerable career options are available for you in varied fields but you will definitely agree that technical careers offers not only good remuneration and growth prospects but social status and job satisfaction too. Therefore apart from the engineering degree, which is more or less theoretical in nature you are required to undertake practical training, which can give you an edge over otherswhen you apply for the vacancies in the organizations.




CONTENTS

• 1) HARDWARE
a) Introduction of hardware.

• 2) INSIDE THE SYSTEM BOX.
a) Center processing unit.
b) Memory.
c) Mother board/Electronic circuit
board.
d) Secondary storage devices.
e) Different types of connector.
f)Different types of card’s
.
• 3)POWER
a) SMPS.
b) UPS

• 4)NETWORKING
a) Introduction to networking.
b) Types of networking.
c) Topologies.

• 5)NETWORK DEVICES
a) Hub, switch, router.
b) Ccommunication channel.
c) Cbles and connector.

• 6)RULES OF NETWORK
a) Layers architecture.
b) Protocol.
c) Ip addressing.
d) Network model.

• 7) CONNECTIVITY
a) Workgroup network usingWINDOWS XP
b) Domain networking using WINDOWS 2000 SERVER & WINDOWS XP

• 8) FUTURE OF NETWORKING.

COMPUTER HARDWARE:-

The Indian hardware industry is expected to reach a size of USD 62 BILLION by 2010, 12 times its existing size, with the domestic market accounting for USD 37 billion and exports for another USD 25 billion. The factors that would bring such mega growth are:
1. Thegovernment has taken aggressive steps in providing quality infrastructure with “Hardware Parks” flexible labor policies, availability of skilled workers, congenial business environment, level playing field, right policies and incentives, concessional import duty, reduction in excise duty, customs, SAD, CVD and sales tax. All these factors will make the market respond positively, economics of scale...
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