ICT Training Courses in Bangladesh

By Your Query Staff

Published on September 19, 2021
Updated on October 20, 2021

IT courses by Institute of Information Technology under DU 

Institute of Information Technology under University of Dhaka is inviting applications from the students  on Web Design using HTML, CSS and JavaScript, Web Programming using PHP and MySQL, Office Applications for Smart Office, Introduction to Matlab, OriginPro and LaTex and Android Mobile Application Development. 

Name of the Course: Web Design using HTML, CSS and JavaScript 

Qualification for admission: 

Minimum HSC pass

Content of the course: Topics about Website Design 978 and Static Web Content Development 

Course fee: BDT 7, 200

 

Name of the Course: Web Programming using PHP and MySQL

Qualification for admission: 

Minimum HSC pass

Content of the course: Topics about Web Application Development 

Course fee: BDT 7, 200

 

Name of the Course: Office Applications for Smart Office

Qualification for admission: 

Minimum HSC pass

Content of the course: Topics about Microsoft Office Word, Excel and Power Point 

Course fee: BDT 5, 000

 

Name of the Course: Introduction to Matlab, OriginPro and LaTex

Qualification for admission: 

Minimum HSC pass

Currently studying in university or working on research institute will be appreciated  

Content of the course: Helpful things for research related tasks 

Course fee: BDT 8, 000

 

Name of the Course: Android Mobile Application Development

Qualification for admission: 

Minimum HSC pass

Must have ICT on HSC or computer course (6 months) completed 

Content of the course: Topics about Android Application Development 

Course fee: BDT  12, 000

Course duration: 10 weeks (3 days/week)  

Deadline of application submission: As soon as possible 

Class starts on: October 16, 2021

Application procedures details are in the circular.

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For further information please visit the Official website or see the published circular 

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