Admission

Admission - PG Diploma Courses

How to register for C-CAT

Admissions to all PG Diploma courses of C-DAC are done through C-DAC's computerized Common Admission Test (C-CAT). Every year, C-CAT is usually conducted in June (for August admissions) and December (for February admissions).

C-CAT has three sections (Section A, Section B, Section C) of one hour duration each. As shown in Table 1, depending on the category of courses selected by the candidate, he/she will have to either appear for just one test paper (Section A) or two test papers (Section A and Section B) or all the three test papers (Section A, Section B and Section C). The medium of C-CAT is English.

Important Note: A candidate can appear only for the specific section(s) in C-CAT as per the category of the courses opted by him/her at the time of filling the online application form.

Every section in C-CAT will have 50 objective-type questions. Each question will have four choices as possible answers of which only one will be correct. There will be +3 (plus three) marks for each correct answer, -1 (minus one) for each wrong answer, and 0 (zero) marks for each un-attempted question. The maximum mark a candidate can obtain in any one section of C-CAT is 150.


Table 1: Categories of PG Diploma courses and the corresponding test paper(s) in C-CAT.


COURSE

CATEGORY

COURSE NAME

C-CAT

PAPER(S)

I

PG Diploma in Geoinformatics (PG-DGi)

Section A

II

PG Diploma in Advanced Computing (PG-DAC)

Section A +

Section B

PG Diploma in Big Data Analytics (PG-DBDA)

PG Diploma in IT Infrastructure, Systems & Security (PG-DITISS)

PG Diploma in Internet of Things (PG-DIoT)

PG Diploma in Artificial Intelligence (PG-DAI)

PG Diploma in Mobile Computing (PG-DMC)

PG Diploma in System Software Development (PG-DSSD)

PG Diploma in Advanced Secure Software Development (PG-DASSD)

  PG Diploma in HPC System Administration (PG-HPCSA)

III

PG Diploma in Embedded Systems Design (PG-DESD)

Section A +

 Section B +

 Section C

PG Diploma in VLSI Design (PG-DVLSI)

PG Diploma in Biomedical Instrumentation & Health Informatics (PG-DBIHI)

Table 1a: Indicative syllabus of the different sections of test papers in C-CAT.

TEST PAPER

TOPICS

DURATION

Section A

English, Quantitative Aptitude, Reasoning

1 hour

Section B

Computer Fundamentals, C Programming, Data Structures, Data Communication & Networking, Object Oriented Programming Concepts,  Operating Systems

1 hour

Section C

Computer Architecture, Digital Electronics, Microprocessors

1 hour

The list of reference books for the various topics of C-CAT is given in Table 1b. Candidates are, however, advised to read more books than the ones specified in this table.

Table 1b: Reference books for the various topics in C-CAT.

SECTION

TOPIC

REFERENCE BOOK

A

English

Any High School Grammar Book (e.g. Wren & Martin)

 

Quantitative Aptitude & Reasoning

Quantitative Aptitude Fully Solved (R. S. Aggrawal)

Quantitative Aptitude (M Tyara)

Barron’s New GRE 2016

B

Computer Fundamentals

Foundations of Computing (Pradeep Sinha & Priti Sinha)

 

Data Communication & Networking

Data Communication & Networking (Forouzan)

 

C Programming

C Programming Language (Kernighan & Ritchie)

Let Us C (Yashavant Kanetkar)

 

Data Structures

Data Structures Through C in Depth (S. K. Srivastava)

 

Operating Systems

Operating System Principles (Silberschatz, Galvin, Gagne)

 

OOP Concepts

Test Your C ++ Skills (Yashavant Kanetkar)

C

Computer Architecture

Computer Organization & Architecture (William Stallings)

 

Digital Electronics

Digital Design (Morris Mano)

Digital Design: Principles & Practices (John Wakerly)

Modern Digital Electronics (R. P. Jain)

 

Microprocessors

Microprocessor Architecture, Programming & Applications with 8085 (Ramesh Gaonkar)

The Intel Microprocessor (Barry Brey)

 

C-CAT Examamination Fees

CCAT examination fees is based on the course category selected by the students in the application form.

Category-wise C-CAT examination fee is illustrated in the table below.

Course Category

C-CAT Paper(s)

Examination fee       

I

II

III

A

A+B

A+B+C

Rs. 1350/-

Rs. 1550/-

Rs. 1750/-


After filling the online C-CAT application form, the examination fee is to be paid online through the ‘Make Payment‟ step on the main menu of the online application. No cash or cheque or demand draft (DD) will be accepted towards payment of C-CAT examination fee.

Candidates may note that the C-CAT examination fee once paid is not refundable.

Online: The examination fee can be paid using credit/debit cards through the payment gateway that will be opened upon clicking the 'Online' option of the 'Make Payment' step. Candidates are advised to follow the instructions/steps given on the payment gateway, and also print/keep the transaction details for their records.


On accepting the examination fee at C-DAC, the ‘Make Payment’ step on the main menu of the online application will be tick-marked, and the status of payment will be updated on the ‘Status Check’ menu. The pdf application form obtained by clicking the ‘View/Print Application Form’ on the main menu will now have the transaction details of the payment made.


C-CAT Admit Cards

Candidates can download their admit cards from C-DAC’s website during the dates mentioned under Important Dates. No candidate will be permitted to appear for C-CAT without a valid admit card. The admit card along with a photo identity proof must be presented to the C-CAT officials/invigilators for verification at the time of the test.

The venue, date and time of C-CAT will be communicated to the candidates on the admit cards. Candidates must appear for C-CAT on the specified date and time at the venue mentioned on the admit card. Examination fee will not be refunded to candidates who are absent or coming late for C-CAT.

C-DAC’s PG Diploma admission process has two counselling sessions and three rounds of seat allocations. Counselling means online filling of preferences of courses and training centers by the candidates.

·         There are two rounds of seat allocations based on the first counselling. This means that using the course-center preferences given by the candidates during the first choice filling, two rounds of seat allocations (Round 1 and Round 2) will be done.

Depending on their C-CAT ranks, candidates will be allocated seats strictly based on the order of preferences of courses and centers given by them during the counselling. If some candidates' ranks are not good enough to get them their top preferences in the first round of seat allocations, they may be offered their lower preferred courses/centers depending on their ranks. Such candidates may be allocated their higher-preferred course/center in the second round of seat allocation, depending on their ranks. However, if candidates get their first preference in the first round of seat allocation itself, then that will be their final allocated seat and there will be no change for them in the second round of seat allocations. The seats allocated in the second round are final and there will be no further change in them.

·         Through the second counseling, candidates who have not got/confirmed admission are given one last chance to online fill their preferences of courses and training centres for the vacant seats that arise after the second round of admissions. The second counselling is scheduled after the payment of the first installment fee of the second round of seat allocation. The third round of seat allocation is based on the second counseling.

·         During both the counselling sessions, candidates will be permitted to give preferences for only those courses belonging to the category they had selected in the C-CAT application form. However, a candidate can give as many preferences of training centers and courses belonging to the applied C-CAT category.

Based on the C-CAT ranks, admissions to various courses at different training centres are offered in the order of preferences of courses and centres given by the candidate and the number of seats available for the courses at the particular centres. Therefore candidates must take utmost care while filling the order of preference of the courses and centres. Under any circumstance, a candidate will not be allocated another course/centre which was not given as a preference during the counselling stage.

Important dates related to admission to C-DAC’s PG Diploma courses of February 2020 batch through the C-CAT of December 2019.

No.

Event

Dates

a

Beginning of Online Registration and Application for C-CAT

30th October 2019

b

Closing of Online Registration & Application, and Payment of Examination Fee for C-CAT

27thNovember 2019

c

Downloading of C-CAT Admit Cards

04 to 14 December 2019

d

C-DAC's Common Admission Test (C-CAT)

CCAT I

08 December 2019

CCAT II

15 December 2019

e

Announcement of C-CAT Ranks

27 December 2019

f

Online Selection of Courses and Centres (1st Counselling)

27 December to 06 January 2020

g

Declaration of First Round of Seat Allocation

08 January 2020

h

Last Date of Payment of first installment for candidates allocated seats through the first round

16 January 2020 (till 5pm)

i

Declaration of Second Round of Seat Allocation

21 January 2020

J

Last Date of Payment of first installment for candidates allocated seats through the second round

28 January 2020 (till 5pm)

k

Payment of Caution Deposit and Online selection of course and centre (2nd Counselling)

30 January-05  February 2020

l

Declaration of Third Round of Seat Allocation

(based on 2nd Counselling)

07 February 2020

m

Last Date of Payment of Balance Course Fee

14 February 2020

n

Registration of Students at Training Centres

17 February 2020

o

Commencement of PG Diploma Courses

18 February 2020


Set up in 1988, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is a scientific society of the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India, carrying out Research and Development (R&D) in IT, electronics and associated areas. Different thematic areas of C-DAC's research include high performance computing, grid and cloud computing, multilingual computing, professional electronics, software technologies, cyber security, health informatics, ubiquitous computing, and education & training.


As an institution for high-end R&D, C-DAC has been at the forefront of the IT revolution in the country, constantly building capacities in emerging/enabling technologies, and innovating and leveraging its expertise, calibre and skill sets to develop and deploy IT products and solutions for diverse sectors. It has resulted in the emergence of a high-quality intellectual resource base at C-DAC in the form of expert teams with specialised knowledge of various facets of advanced computing.


With such a rich resource base at its command, C-DAC set up the Advanced Computing Training School (ACTS) in 1993 to meet the ever-increasing skilled manpower requirements of the Information Communication Technologies (ICT) industry as well as supplement its intellectual resource base for cutting-edge research and development. Over the years C-DAC has designed and delivered various postgraduate and undergraduate degree and diploma programmes. In addition, C-DAC imparts ICT training to state and national governments and agencies, strategic sectors, corporate and industries, foreign countries and international students, based on specific requirements.


Presently C-DAC is offering postgraduate diploma courses through its training centres located in cities such as Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Karad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mohali, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, New Delhi, Noida, Pune, and Thiruvananthapuram. Each year, thousands of students and professionals are trained at these centres, enhancing their knowledge-base and equipping them with the latest methodologies in advanced computing so as to make their mark in the ICT industry. So far more than 3 lakh students have passed out from C-DAC. Many of them are successful employees of multi-national and premier Indian ICT companies today, and many more have become booming entrepreneurs.


C-DAC is committed to nation building and is the first Indian government agency that has expanded its training horizons globally, extending its high quality training services to countries like Armenia, Belarus, Cambodia, Dominican Republic, Dubai, Ghana, Grenada, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lesotho, Mauritius, Myanmar, Peru, Seychelles, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Uzbekistan and Vietnam.


C-DAC has been awarded as the 'Most Popular Training Institute in India'

at the Electronics For You Awards.

C-DAC's Post Gradate Diploma courses are full-time courses of 24-week duration. The list of PG Diploma courses along with their eligibility criteria and fees is given in Table 1. Details of these courses are given in Section 17 of this Admission Booklet.

Common Eligibility Criteria for all the PG Diploma Courses of C-DAC

·     Graduate in Engineering (10+2+4 or 10+3+3 years) in IT / Computer Science / Electronics / Telecommunications / Electrical / Instrumentation.

OR

MSc/MS (10+2+3+2 years) in Computer Science, IT, Electronics.

·     Mathematics in 10+2 (exempted for candidates with Diploma + Engineering).

In addition to the common eligibility criteria given above, candidates with the course-specific qualifications mentioned in Table 1 are ALSO ELIGIBLE for the particular courses. Minimum percentage of marks required in the qualifying examination is also stated in Table 1. The minimum percentage of marks will be considered as per the norms of the university from where the candidate has graduated.

Table 1: C-DAC's PG Diploma courses and their eligibility criteria.

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

ELIGIBILITY

MIN. %

Fees

CATEGORY I (Section A in C-CAT)

PG-DGi

Post Graduate Diploma in Geoinformatics

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  4-year Degree in Geosciences / Petroleum / Mining / Civil/ Planning / Architecture  / Forestry / Agriculture, or related fields, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Geography / Geology / Natural & Applied Sciences / Mathematics, or allied areas

50 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

CATEGORY II (Sections A+B in C-CAT)

PG-DAC

Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Computing

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  Graduate in any discipline of Engineering, OR

·  MCA, MCM, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Physics / Mathematics / Statistics, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Management with graduation in IT / Computer Science/Applications

50 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DBDA

Post Graduate Diploma in Big Data Analytics

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  4-year Graduation in Bioinformatics, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics/ Statistics/ Physics, OR

·  MCA

55 %

Rs 115,000

+ GST

PG-DITISS

Post Graduate Diploma in IT Infrastructure, Systems & Security

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics / Statistics, OR

·  MCA

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DIoT

Post Graduate Diploma in Internet of Things

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  MCA

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DAI

Post Graduate Diploma in Artificial Intelligence

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics / Statistics / Physics, OR

·  MCA

60 %

Rs 150,000

+ GST

PG-DMC

Post Graduate Diploma in Mobile Computing

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics / Statistics, OR

·  MCA

50 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DSSD

Post Graduate Diploma in System Software Development

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics / Statistics, OR

·  MCA

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DASSD

Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Secure Software Development

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  MCA

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DHPCSA

Post Graduate Diploma in HPC System Administration

·  Common eligibility criteria, OR

·  Post Graduate Degree in Mathematics / Statistics, OR

·  MCA

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

CATEGORY III (Sections A+B+C in C-CAT)

PG-DESD

Post Graduate Diploma in Embedded Systems Design

·  Common eligibility criteria

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DVLSI

Post Graduate Diploma in VLSI Design

·  Common eligibility criteria

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST

PG-DBIHI

Post Graduate Diploma in Biomedical Instrumentation & Health Informatics

·  Common  eligibility criteria, OR

·  BE/BTech in Biomedical related fields

55 %

Rs 90,000

+ GST


 

There is no age restriction for admission to C-DAC’s PG Diploma courses. Candidates who have appeared for the final examination of their qualifying degree in 2019 will also be considered for admission to the above courses. By qualifying in C-DAC's admission tests of December 2019, such candidates can apply for provisional admission in February 2020 batch, subject to the condition that:

(a)   All parts of their qualifying degree examination shall be completed by the date of joining the course, and

(b)  Proof of having passed the qualifying degree with at least the required minimum marks shall be submitted at C-DAC by 31 May 2020.

Important Note: Candidates are required to ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria of the courses for which they are applying. In case a candidate is found to be non-eligible during any stage of the admission process or course delivery, his/her admission will be cancelled with immediate effect. The penalty clauses as given in the section Cancellation & Refund will be applied to such candidates.

  • Well established courses with excellent placement records.
  • 24-week full-time courses with 900 hours' theory + lab + project.
  • 8 hours per day theory + lab sessions on 6 days a week in most centres.
  • Continuous lab and internal assessments during the course.
  • Centralised course-end theory exams across all centres.
  • Courses designed and developed in consultation with the domain experts in C-DAC, academia and ICT industry.
  • Syllabus regularly updated with the latest trends in the ICT industry.
  • Expert faculty from C-DAC and ICT industry with widespread domain knowledge.
  • Tutorials, hands-on and projects relevant to the standards of the ICT industry.
  • Well equipped computer labs with internet that can be accessed most of the time.
  • Special training on aptitude, general English, effective communication and interview skills.
  • Extensive placement orientation and region-wise common campus placements.
  • Excellent participation from top ICT companies in campus placements.


Over the 25 years, C-DAC has shaped the careers of around 3 lakh IT professionals in software development and other specialised advanced computing domains. The Placement Cells of C-DAC organise Common Campus Placement Programmes (CCPP) for its PG Diploma students. For every batch, C-DAC's CCPPs are conducted region-wise at Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Noida and Pune. Training centres from other cities are attached to one of these regional placement programmes, so that students from all centres across India get fair chance in placements (see Table 2 for details). All C-DAC training centres actively coordinate and organise campus interviews for all their PG Diploma students. About 300 companies participated in C-DAC's campus placements in 2018, wherein overall 80% placement is achieved across India.

Table 2: Region-wise distribution of cities in C-DAC’s Common Campus Placements (CCPP)

CCPP Region

Cities of the Training Centres attached in CCPP

Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Chennai, Kochi, Thiruvananthapuram

Hyderabad

Hyderabad

Mumbai

Guwahati, Kolkata, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai

Noida

Mohali, Noida

Pune

Indore, Karad, Nagpur, Nashik, New Delhi, Pune

C-DAC has always been the ICT recruiters’ first choice when it comes to recruiting ready-to- deploy manpower for their turnkey projects. Top ICT companies (some are listed in Table 3) have expressed faith in C-DAC's trained resources by regularly recruiting them through CCPP. C-DAC has also recruited many of the PG Diploma students for its R&D projects.

Table 3: Selected list of companies visiting C-DAC for campus placements


ü 3i Infotech

ü 63 Moons

ü Accelya Kale

ü Alcatel Lucent

ü Allegion

ü Allstate

ü Altair Engineering

ü Amdocs

ü AppDirect

ü AppDynamics

ü Asian Paints

ü Atos

ü Axis Bank

ü Bank of America

ü Barclays

ü Bentley

ü BlueStar Infotech

ü BNP Paribas

ü book my show

ü Bosch

ü C-DAC

ü Canon India

ü Capgemini

ü Cavium

ü CISCO

ü Citius Healthcare

ü Citrus Payments

ü Cognizant

ü Continental

ü Credit Suisse

ü Cumulus Systems

ü Cybage

ü Dassault Systems

ü Datamatics

ü Dell

ü Deloitte Consulting

ü Diebold Nixdorf

ü EMC

ü Ernst & Young

ü Fidelity

ü First American

ü Fiserv

ü Fujitsu

ü General Electric

ü Geometric

ü GEP Solutions

ü Godrej Infotech

ü Golden Source

ü Happiest Minds

ü HCL

ü Hella

ü Honeywell

ü HP

ü HSBC

ü Huawei

ü Ibexi Solutions

ü IBM

ü IGATE

ü John Deere

ü Johnson Controls

ü JP Morgan Chase

ü Justdial

ü Kotak Mahindra

ü KPIT Cummins

ü KPMG

ü L&T Infotech

ü Larsen & Toubro

ü Lear Automotive

ü Manhattan

ü Mercedes Benz

ü Mindtree

ü Microsoft

ü Morgan Stanley

ü Morning Star

ü Mphasis

ü MuSigma

ü NEC Technologies

ü Nihilent

ü Nokia

ü NPCI

ü NSE Infotech

ü OnMobile

ü Persistent

ü Polaris

ü Quantiphi Analytic

ü Quick Heal

ü QLogic

ü Qualcomm

ü Rediff

ü Reliance Jio

ü Rockwell Collins

ü Rolta India

ü Samsung

ü SanDisk

ü SAS Global

ü Sasken

ü Schlumberger

ü Seagate

ü Siemens

ü SunGard

ü Symantec

ü Synopsis

ü Syntel

ü Tata Elxsi

ü Tata Power

ü Tata Technologies

ü Tavisca

ü TCS

ü Tech Mahindra

ü TechProcess Pay

ü Teradata

ü TIAA GBS

ü Whirlpool

ü Wipro

ü Zensar

ü ZS Associates

Across India, C-DAC is offering postgraduate diploma courses through its training centres located in cities such as Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Karad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mohali, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nashik, Navi Mumbai, New Delhi, Noida, Pune and Thiruvananthapuram. The address and contact details of these training centres can be found at http://cdac.in/index.aspx?id=cdaccenters and also in Section 18 of this Admission Booklet. Candidates are advised to visit the training centres of their preference and see the facilities offered before opting for courses at these centres. Table 4 shows the courses offered and the seat capacity at various training centres of C-DAC in the February 2020 batch.

Table 4: PG Diploma seat capacity at C-DAC’s training centres.

Sr. No.

City

Centre Name

PG-DAC

PG-DESD

PG-DBDA

PG-DITISS

PG-DVLSI

PG-DIoT

PG-DAI

PG- DMC

PG-DSSD

PG-DASSD

PG-DHPCSA

PG-DGi

PG- DBIHI

1

Bengaluru

C-DAC, Electronics City

120

 

 

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

Bengaluru

C-DAC, Knowledge Park

120

120

80

 

 

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

Chennai

C-DAC

50

50

30

 

 

30

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

Guwahati

C-DAC

50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

Hyderabad

C-DAC

120

120

 

60

40

 

 

 

60

40

 

 

 

6

Indore

Orlando Academy

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

Karad

Sunbeam

120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

Kochi

C-DAC

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

Kolkata

C-DAC

40

 

40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

Mohali

C-DAC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20

11

Mumbai

C-DAC, Juhu

120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

Mumbai

C-DAC, Kharghar

140

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

Mumbai

AIT (YCP),           Nariman Point

120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14

Mumbai

MET - IIT, Bandra

120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15

Mumbai

TICA, Kandivali

40

40

 

 

40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16

Mumbai

USM’s Shriram Mantri VITA, Juhu

120

 

50

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17

Nagpur

Soft Polynomials

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18

Nashik

MET – IIT

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19

New Delhi

C-DAC

40

 

 

40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  20

Noida

C-DAC

100

20

40

15

20

30

40

 

 

 

 

20

 

21

Pune

C-DAC

240

120

60

120

40

40

40

 

 

 

40

 

 

22

Pune

IACSD, Akurdi

220

 

60

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23

Pune

IET, Shivajinagar

120

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

24

Pune

Infoway, Kothrud

90

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25

Pune

Know-IT, Deccan

100

 

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

26

Pune

Sunbeam, Hinjewadi

220

120

60

 

 

 

 

70

 

 

 

 

 

27

Thiruvananthapuram

C-DAC

 

60

 

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hostel and canteen facilities are available for students at some of the C-DAC training centres as shown in Table 5. Hostel allotments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. However, outstation students will be given preference when the allotment is done. If any vacancy is there after allocating rooms to the outstation students, local students' hostel applications may also be considered. Some of the centres, which are not offering hostel facilities, may provide assistance to find out suitable boarding and lodging to their students.

Candidates interested to avail hostel accommodation should send their requests to the Administrative Officers at the respective training centres, after the admission lists are published. Hostel/canteen fees, room availability and other related information may be obtained by communicating to the respective centre’s contact person whose name is mentioned at http://cdac.in/index.aspx?id=cdaccenters and also in Section 18 of this Admission Booklet.

Table 5: Hostel/canteen facility at C-DAC’s training centres.

Training Centre

Hostel

Canteen

AIT (YCP), Mumbai (Nariman Point)

 

ü

C-DAC, Bengaluru (Electronics City)

ü

ü

C-DAC, Bengaluru (Knowledge Park)

 

ü

C-DAC, Kolkata

 

ü

C-DAC, Mohali

ü

ü

C-DAC, Mumbai (Juhu)

 

ü

C-DAC, Mumbai (Kharghar)

ü

ü

C-DAC, New Delhi

 

ü

C-DAC, Noida

ü

ü

C-DAC, Pune

 

ü

C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram

 

ü

IACSD, Pune (Akurdi)

ü

ü

MET-IIT, Mumbai (Bandra)

 

ü

MET-IIT, Nashik

ü

ü

Sunbeam, Karad

ü

ü

Sunbeam, Pune

ü

ü

TICA, Mumbai (Kandivali)

ü

ü

USM’s Shriram Mantri VITA, Mumbai (Juhu)

 

ü