Department of Information and Communication Technology, Royal Institute of Management is pleased to announce the availability of the NDG Linux I and NDG Linux II Courses.
Linux I & II is a 2-course curriculum, developed and supported by Networking Academy partner NDG. Students learn basic Linux system administration skills and prepare for LPIC-1 or Linux+ Certification.
By the end of NDG Linux I, students will be able to:
- Perform maintenance tasks with the command line
- Install and configure a computer running Linux
- Configure basic networking
- Take exam 101 toward LPIC-1 certification or LX-103 towards Linux+ certification
The course is designed to be taken over a full semester with roughly 70 hours of lectures and content, 27 chapters with chapter exams, 24 lab exercises, mid-term and final assessments.
By the end of NDG Linux II, students will be able to:
- Use shells, scripting and data management
- Become familiar with interfaces and desktops
- Gain proficiency in administrative tasks and essential system services
- Advance understanding of networking fundamentals and security
- Take exam 102 toward LPIC-1 certification LX-104 toward Linux+ certification
The course is designed to be taken over a full semester with roughly 70 hours of lectures and content, 19 chapters with chapter exams, 19 lab exercises, mid-term and final assessments.
Mode of Teaching:
Instructor-led: Full time 70 hours of lectures and content, 19 chapters with chapter exams, 19 lab exercises, mid-term and final assessments at RIM networking computer lab. The course will be taught by experience lecturer/instructor. Both courses shall be completed within 22 days spending 6 hours a day.
Self-paced course: Candidates will register for the course at Cisco Networking Academy, Royal Institute of Management. The students will be facilitated by instructor to complete the course in a given time frame.
For the instructor-led and self-paced courses, a fee per learner of $39.95 is collected by NDG and Nu. 2000 is collected by RIM for the registration and facilitating the students to complete the course.
Tentative Course dates:
1 to 29 December 2017 (only working days)
Certification and Careers
NDG Linux I & II prepare students for careers in cloud computing, cyber security, information systems, networking, programming, software development, big data, and more. Upon completion, students will be prepared for the LPIC-1: Linux Administrator exams as well as the CompTIA Linux+ exams.
For information: Wangdi , email@example.com , 17655569 .
For registration: Chhimi Om , firstname.lastname@example.org , 17799505