Internship Program ..

Summer Internship Project (SIP) I :

The students are required to do SIP-I at the end of year 1. The SIP-I will be a project done in the campus with guidance from the faculty which help the students to apply theory to practical solutions. The duration of SIP-I is 8 weeks and has a weightage of 10 units.

Summer Term :

The students have a Summer Term at the end of year 2, where they will be offered certification courses from Microsoft, Oracle, IBM and PMI. Training on these courses is provided free of cost to the students.

Computer Application Project/Internship II

All students undertake the Computer Application Project (CAP) /Internship II during the third year of the program, in the sixth-semester.

The CAP is a semester long research project undertaken during the final semester and focuses on practical training in software development. The objective of CAP is to provide students an “On-the-Job Training” opportunity through involvement in a real-time project.

CAP requires the students to pursue a detailed project in the specific company in the areas of computer software and hardware through a specially designed project. This is supplemented by literature survey and library research. Students are expected to study and analyze the IT initiatives of the company in addition to the company’s operations, and then develop a software solution for the company.

The students will be guided and evaluated on a continuous basis by a faculty member of Faculty of Science and Technology and a senior executive from the CAP organization, who acts as a mentor. CAP carries a weightage of 25 units which is equivalent to five regular courses of four units each, and the duration is 24 weeks.

Soft Skills Development

The soft skills’ training is provided to all students during the course of the MCA Program. This training also helps the students in career visioning and planning, effective resume writing and dealing with the placement consultants and recruiters. Soft skill courses are meant:

  • to develop effective communication skills (spoken and written)
  • to develop effective presentation skills
  • to develop a self-confident person by mastering inter-personal skills, team management skills and leadership skills
  • to develop all round personality with a mature outlook to function effectively in different circumstances.
The pedagogy includes lectures, projects, role plays, quizzes and various other participatory sessions. The emphasis will be on experiential learning i.e, learning by doing.

Academic Initiatives at Faculty of Science and Technology

IFHE University has signed up with Microsoft, SAP, IBM, PMI and Oracle to become their accredited Academic Alliance Institution.

As a part of the MCA Program, the students will be assisted to appear for Certification Courses offered by Microsoft and become a Microsoft Certified Professional, MCSA, MCSD, MCAD, etc. The course material and training will be provided as per the guidelines of Microsoft IT Academy.

Similarly under Oracle Academic Initiative (OAI), Oracle will deliver state-of-the-art Oracle Software and curriculum resources to the students to facilitate them to obtain Oracle Certification.

The University has signed up with SAP under the SAP University Alliance package for Indian Universities. Under this program, the students can use and gain hands-on experience on SAP software and can work with SAP enterprise systems.

The University has also become a member of the IBM Academic Initiative. Under this partnership, the students will have access to the latest software, hardware, course materials and other resources of IBM, like IBM DB2 UDB Suite, IBM Websphere Suite, IBM Lotus Suite, IBM Tivoli Suite, Rational Software.

The University proposes to have an academic alliance with PMI. The students will have the opportunity to get PMP and CAPM Certification from PMI. These are very valuable and highly regarded certification for IT professionals for those who handle projects.

Software Development

Students will have an opportunity to get software development experience by working on live projects at the software development centre. The software developed in this centre will be used for various activities and the students will have an opportunity not only on developing the software but also on testing it under real time conditions. This will provide a good opportunity for the students to gain hands-on experience in the full system development lifecycle and software project management