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Welcome to

DAWN OF A ReVOLUTION
WORLD HAS CHANGED
& NEW INDUSTRY TRENDS
New Age Careers
Hand held devices an
extension of our lives
Experiencing an
Explosion of the Digital
Age
Entrepreneurship at an
early age
University catering to
multi-disclipinary
Degrees
Organisations
dependency on
technology for Business
Processes & Decisions
The SMAC Edge
Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud is becoming a business reality!!!

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Banking as a Career Opportunity
The Hindu BusinessLine Feb 9, 2014
Source: http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/economy/banking-sector-may-create-20-lakh-new-jobs-in-next-510-years-experts/article5670424.ece
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Digital
Advertising
spend in India
is now
3,000 crores
Digital
Commerce in India
is now worth
63,000 crores
Source: IAMAI Report
E-Commerce/Digital as a Career Opportunity
India will have
243 million
Internet users
by June 2014.
That is more
than the US
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Gartner: By 2015, 4.4 million IT jobs globally will be
created to support big data.

McKinsey: India will need 1 lakh more business
analysts over the next 2 years and 2 lakh data
scientists in the next few years

HBR: Data Scientist is the sexiest job of the 21
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century



Analytics as a career opportunity
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KNOW YOUR TG
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Total Universe of
Under Grad Segment

22.5 mn

Commerce
Science
Arts
Engg & IT
2.9 mn in college
3.1 mn in college
8 mn in UG Colleges
5.4 mn in colleges
What do Customers want?
Flexibility Facilitation Experience
Engagement Ease
This is the Age of the Customer!!!
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Career Guide for Students
Stream Subjects Jobs Critical Skills
B. Com Financial Accounting, Economics,
Statistics, Laws, Taxation, Cost
Accounting, Works Accounting,
Mathematics
Chartered Accountant, Company
Secretary, Costs and works accountant,
Finance Auditor, Finance manager,
Stock broker, Financial analysts
Governance, strategy, and
risk management,
Performance measurement
and reporting, Finance,
Management decision making,
Taxation
BA Economics, History, Political Science,
Sanskrit, Philosophy, Elective English,
Statistics
Hotel Management - Front Office
Manager/ F&B Services Manager/ Hotel
Operations Manager, Economist,
Marketing Research - Marketing
Analyst/ Marketing Researcher, Human
Resources - Recruiter/ IT Recruiter/
Compensation & Benefits Manager/
Talent Development Manager
* Statistics, Mathematics, IT
tools, Consumer behavior/
psychology, Strong written
communication skills, Excellent
communication skills, Public
Administration,
BSC Non-IT Specializations - Chemistry, Agriculture
Research, Mathematics, Nursing, Dental
Hygiene, Psychology, Medical
Technology, Journalism, Law,
Pharmacology
Chemist, Agriculture Research Analyst,
Staff Nurse, Journalist, News Analyst,
Law Officer, Legal Associate Arbitration,
Medical Coder, Laboratory
Technologists, Medical Sales Executive,
* Through technical
understanding, computer
science, Various software
applications, Desktop
publishing, Mathematics,
Economics, Operational
research, Business-related
subjects, Social and political
sciences
Job Opportunities for a DQ Student
Career Guide for Students
Stream Subjects Jobs Critical Skills
BSc (IT) Mathematics and Statistics,
Programming, System Analysis Design,
Software Engineering, Operating System,
RDBMS, Network Technology, Software
Testing and Project Management,
Information Security
IT Administrator, Software Engineer, IT
Recruiter, Network Manager, Mobile
applications developer, Web
applications developer,
* Math, Statistics, Economics,
Computer science, Good
communication skills,
Expertise in current computer
hardware and software, Ability
to use one or more
development language (C++,
PHP, HTML, etc.)
IT
Engineering
Data Structure, Soft Engg, Automata,
Embedded Systems, Mathematics &
Data Modelling, Systems Modelling,
Discrete Systems, Finance and Law for
Engineers, Modelling, Analysis and
Control
Software Engineer, Web Applications
Developer, Data Analyst, IT Manager, IT
Administrator, Database Administrator,
Network Analyst
Math, Statistics, Economics,
Computer science, Good
communication skills,
International Certifications,
Security tools, Principles of
database design, Excellent
Analytical and design skills
MBA &
Others
Organizational behavior, Business
Statistics, Financial Accounting, Micro
Economics, Business Maths, Business
Research, Production and Operations
Management, Consumer Behavior,
Corporate Governance, E-Commerce, IT
in Business Management, Development
of Information System
Finance Assistant, Business Analyst,
Academic Writer, Marketing Intern,
Management Trainee, Recruitment
Executive, Business Development
Executives, HR Trainee, Social Media
Marketer, Marketing Communications
Manager
* Critical Thanking, Excellent
communication skills (written
and spoken), Quantitative,
Analytical and Strategic
Thinking, Innovation and
Creativity,
Multiple Career Options
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Year 1
Year 2
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Accumulate
Credits by doing
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Year 4
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Foundation
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PP I
PP II
Semester 4


HND
(min-36 Credits)

ANIIT
(min-48 Credits)
Semester 3


Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4
Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4
Semester 5


ANIIT
(Hons)
For select students
Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4
Semester 2


Course 1 Course 2 Course 3 Course 4
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REVOLUTION GNIIT DESIGN
Awards & Titles Framework
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Audience Title / Award Min Credits Remarks
UNDER
GRADUATES
ANIIT (Hons.) 60
ANIIT Program 48
Higher Diploma Program 36
Diploma Program 24
Certificate Program 12
ALL Course Certificate 1 - 11
Applicable for all standalone
courses irrespective of the
audience. The word certificate
will not come in the actual
certificate.
Course Category
Min Credits
Required
Min #
Courses
Description
Industry Orientation 40 2 Actual work experience in
Professional Industry setting
Open Electives As many
required to
reach 56 credits
4 Freedom to choose courses in
chosen stream or exposure to
other streams
Disciplinary Electives 10 3 Critical Competency areas in
chosen stream including project
Core Disciplinary 12 4 Foundation for a stream
Professional Skills 6 2 Critical workplace skills
Common Core 10 3 Foundational courses across
streams
Total 96 18 Min. Credits thru min. courses

Blueprint for a GNIIT Title
*Additional credits/courses may be prescribed for students admitted with marginal deficiency.
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Common Sem1
A 6 month Common Sem 1 for all streams
Will impart foundational skills irrespective of the stream/courses students
choose later or the kind of organizations/job profiles they get into later
The courses covered in Common Sem 1 are :





And will enable students to :
Identify applications areas of IT, effectively use computers, and solve their
day to day tasks efficiently by using MS Office.
Apply logical and creative thinking while solving problems
Summarize, analyze, report and share business data
Gain insight into their own personality and to recognize their ability and
competence in achieving the goals that they have set for themselves.


Common Semester 1 Courses
Work Smart with Microsoft office & the internet
Critical Thinking and Creative Problem Solving
Advanced Excel tools & techniques for Analysing data
Professional Skills

Common Core Common Core Common Core
Professional
Skills
Core
Disciplinary
Core
Disciplinary
Open Elective
Professional
Skills
Core
Disciplinary
Core
Disciplinary
Disciplinary
Elective
Open Elective
Disciplinary
Elective
Disciplinary
Elective
Open Elective Open Elective
PP I PP II
Certificate
Diploma
Higher Diploma
ANIIT
GNIIT
GNIIT Architecture
ReVOLUTION GNIIT
Salient Features
Designed for DQ students
Follows Credit Based Architecture
Course by Course execution
Multiple Career GNIIT :: Offered in 6 STREAMS
Common Sem1 for all streams with contents that are
technology /domain agnostic
Correct mix of Professional skills and Domain skills in each of
the 6 streams
Cloud Learning Methodology
Cloud Campus
Projects an integral part of the program
Professional Practice with stipend at the end of the program to
apply skills learnt at a real life workplace




The 6 Streams of RevGNIIT
GNIIT In
Cloud and
Mobile
Software
Engineering
Cloud
Computing
and IT
Management

BIG Data
and
Business
Analytics
Banking
and
Finance
eCommerce
and Business
Management
Digital
Marketing
and Social
Media
Software
Engineering
Cloud
Computing
Analytics Banking
eCommerce
Digital
Marketing
Short Names
Introducing Analytics
Every organization recognizes the need for Data management.
A new set of applications, is pushing traditional database management solutions beyond their
limits.
Especially when we live in an era where, a customer has an ability to generate varied types of
data.
Every day, every second, huge volumes of data are being created by business and individual
activity. data on customers, suppliers, operations.
Contributing further to this deluge of data is the use of social media sites, smart phones, and
other consumer devices (including PCs and laptops), by billions of people around the world.
McKinsey: India will need 1 lakh more business analysts over the next 2 years and 2 lakh data
scientists in the next few years
HBR: Data Scientist is the sexiest job of the 21st century

Data Analyst or Data Engineer helps design solutions in the form of reports, analyses, and
dashboards for consumption by business users using non-volatile historical data. Data Analyst
has not only expertise in relational and multidimensional database schemas but have a view of
working with unstructured data. Further responsibilities include to extract, cleanse and prepare
data for implementation of models to predict targeted outcomes are critical factor for successful
& informed organizations.

Introducing Banking & Financial Services
Banking Financial Services and Insurance or BFSI Sector contribute 10% of
our GDP
They would be employing 8.4 million people during by 2020.
The Banking Industry is expected to double its business to 2 trillion USD over
next 5 years.
In order to achieve this growth, India needs a pool of banking professionals
in India, who can sustain the growing momentum of the bank and help it
achieve new levels of profitability and customer responsiveness. As per
experts ,Banking industry may create 20 L new jobs over next 5-10 years .
Banking Professional, primarily customer service oriented positions,
banking officers are an essential part of the organization. This position
has a great deal of interaction with the public, and provides front-line
banking services. The tasks required in this position include processing of
customer requests, reconciling, and some computer-based processing of
transactions or correction of errors.

Introducing Cloud Computing
Cloud computing delivers software, platform, and IT infrastructure services
via a shared network.
In this model, businesses access resources such as hosted software and
applications remotely, i.e., via the internet.
Huge saving for the organisations Low capital investments in servers and
storage, but also results in zero operational expenses for running data
centers.
Data Center Administrators are responsible for overseeing technical and IT
issues within the data center. This includes computer and server operations,
data entry, data security, data quality control and management of the
services and applications used for data processing. Data center management
integrates into other IT systems for complete data synchronization including
virtual systems, proprietary systems, and automation. The role entails
designing, installing, administering, and optimizing organization's servers and
related components to achieve uptime and maintenance of organizations
infrastructure locally and on the cloud.

Introducing Digital Marketing
The pace with which new technologies are emerging has opened up a host of opportunities
and challenges for digital marketers.
Brand building and lead/business generation has often been looked at from a digital
marketers perspective but it is no longer so.
Therefore, organizations are increasingly realizing the importance of digital marketing in
enhancing their business thus creating many new career paths and job titles.
It is The ability to build an online connection to customers or clients is quickly becoming
one of the most highly demanded skills in the job market.
With more and more people accessing the Web through mobile phones, the Internet user
base in the country is projected to touch 243 million by June 2014,
Establishing a presence on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn has
become a reality for many organizations.
A digital marketing executive is typically responsible for engaging a brand with customers or
clients via the digital space, aiming to establish and manage the online presence. It is their
job to keep up to date with relevant issues and latest news through articles and blogs to
ensure that their brand is at the forefront of any industry developments.
An important part of a digital marketing executives job is to engage with the community
through social media methods such as Facebook and Twitter. The role also involves the
analysis of website traffic flow and creating online adverts. Day-to-day tasks can include
updating website content, helping design and maintain the weekly newsletter, SEO keyword
searching, social media optimization, engaging with the community through social media.


Introducing Cloud and Mobile Software Engineering
With the expanding demand for software in many small and large
organizations, the need for inexpensive software solutions led to the
growth of simpler and faster methodologies
As an application developer is responsible for designing, planning,
evaluating,
Normally, target both Web and client user experiences. An enterprise
application developer is a systems expert who relies on the underlying
development platform for building software solutions. . In addition,
he/she should possess skills to deploy and configure applications on the
cloud platform.
Introducing eCommerce and Business Management
Every organization has a set of business processes and functions that is integral for its
smooth functioning. When these business processes and functions are IT enabled, not
only does the efficiency of the processes increase, but also the growth and productivity
of the organization is accelerated. This course discusses IT enabled business processes,
such as Sales & Marketing, Production Planning, Financial Accounting, Supply Chain
Management etc. Modern organizations are having to compete in a globalized economy
and require flexibility as they have to demonstrate high rate change, agility and
automation.

This has led to changes in the way we do commerce the way organizations are
structured how quickly you are able to get the company off the ground the use of
automation

Today Indian Enterprises from retail, banking, manufacturing, online businesses and
other diverse and micro verticals are increasingly automating and improving their
business processes to bring competitive advantage in their supply chain management,
customer relationship management, vendor management etc. via deployment of
enterprise applications like ERP, CRM and ecommerce portals. These enterprises
create a big volume of jobs for domain experts to run these processes.
2. Power to Choose your own Future
1. Professional Practice
4. New Flexible Credit based Architecture
3. Build Relevance & flexibility
NIITs Professional Practice, is a 1
year internship a concept adopted
from BITs Pilani. Providing 1 year live
work ex in one of the chosen areas
Most young graduates often compromise on
their career aspirations due lack of domain
specialisation. Given the emerging areas
aligned to graduation streams NIIT now gives
you the Power to choose and work towards it
in a planned manner
NIITs range has strengthened from IT to
Non IT as well thereby building relevance
& the courses must be aligned to current
day and times. Students also require
flexibiity to follow program at your own
pace

The Credits based course help you plan the
desired set of courses and lays emphasis
based on the depth of course the higher
ones may be more; a combination of credits
will state if you are eligible for a certificate
or Diploma or GNIIT Title
Step 7:: FABining
5. More Personalisation
6. Dual Qualification
7. Cloud Campus Learning methodology
You may increasingly, personalise your
learning as much as possible. Eg
despite a given domain, you may even
select another course from a different
stream and add to your course basket
A student needs to start preparing for a
career from a very early age cannot
wait till graduation is over. The learning
and development of an individual starts
from Graduation. Hence the learning
methodoloyg provides the flexibility.
Required
Refer to the 6 Cloud Campus Serivices
areas:
1. Cloud Classroom
2. Anywhere Lab
3. Online Assessment
4. Buddy Net Learning
5. Cloud Course
6. Lesson on Demand
Explaining the GNIIT Programs
The New GNIIT program is a title, consisting of a combination of courses
leading upto a total of 56 credits earned during the 4 semesters. And
balance 40 credits through the Profession Practice . NIIT has a catalog of
courses as against programs, hence through a Course suggestor on the
student portalyou wil know what is the current charter of courses for the
chosen stream.
Title represents certain level of academic qualification.
GNIIT/ANIIT/Diploma titles can be attained from the portfolio of courses
available.
Those who planned their career well in advance can learn at their own
pace, others have to take accelerated modes to attain the title.
As you proceed through the courses, there are a set of communication
and conversations built in to help configure/modify/change your
courses. This will keep happening
Hence enough and more flexitbility is offered to a student to manage the
pace of courses and plan clearly

Vocabulary
Course : Certificate based Modular course
Program: A set of courses with fixed credits leading upto a
Program/title
Title: A set of programs leading upto the Title eg/ GNIIT Title-
96; Diploma-24; HND-36; Certificate-12
Credits: A unit which measures the effort put in by a student
to learn a course eg CR-15 hrs= 1 credit & MR-30=1 credit
Semester: Virtual Package which will be limited to Deliver
execution purposes
Stream: A chosen domain leading to career profile