DMC Diploma in Multimedia Creations

Mumbai Educational Trust
In Nashik

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Description

Diploma in Multimedia Creations - a 16-week, part-time foundation course, developed by C-DAC's National Multimedia Resource Centre (NMRC). DMC is designed for Graduates from the Arts, Commerce, Engineering, Science streams, other Diploma holders, College students and for those who aspire to enter the Multimedia Profession. The course also prepares students who wish to pursue the Diploma in.

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Starts Location
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Nashik
Bhujbal Knowledge City, MET League of Colleges, Adgaon, 422 003, Maharashtra, India
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Course programme


DACA / DMC

C-DAC, ACTS has designed the following courses keeping in view the emerging trends in advanced computing as well as the contemporary and futuristic human resource requirements of the Computer / IT industry.

ACTS offers you a wide range of options to suit your needs. Whether you are a student just out of college, looking forward to enter into the wide world of advanced computing or a working professional or housewife wanting to make intelligent use of the computer, we have the solution just right for you. All the courses fulfill the needs of various sections of society and are constantly revamped based on inputs from the target audience and the demand from the respective industry.

DACA

The course-Diploma in Advanced Computer Arts (DACA) focuses on the creative and technical aspects of multimedia application development. It includes the following three modules:

· Multimedia Content Creation

· Multimedia Interactive Application Development

· Multimedia Web Page Creation

Various forms of animation and their applications are introduced and practiced using 2D and 3D animation tools. 3D modeling and rendering is explored for architectural and industrial visualisation. Image editing tools are used for illustration and effects. Multimedia devices like a Scanner, Audio Card, MPEG Encoder and a VCR are used for digitisation. Multimedia presentations and CD ROM Titles are compared and studied for understanding the linear and non linear multimedia. Interactive applications are developed with the help of authoring templates. Internet and Web Page Designing is introduced in the final module which covers Web content creation, organisation of information and HTML scripting. The course is designed for Fine Artists, Designers, Architects, Video Film Producers and Media Professionals.

DAC Schedules February 2010 Batch

Activity

CET#1

CET#2

Last date of submission of application form of CET

13-May-2009

17-June-2009

Date of Common Entrance Test (CET)

16-May-2009

20-June-2009

Common Entrance Test Result

30-June-2009

Last Date of Payment of Rs.2,500/-

16-July-2009

Dates for selecting the center

20-July-2009 to 22-July-2009

Date of Stage II & III of Selection Process

04-August-2009 to 06-August-2009

Last date of Payment of Balance Fees

20-August-2009

Commencement of course

24-August-2009

Conclusion of course

06-February-2010

DMC

Diploma in Multimedia Creations - a 16-week, part-time foundation course, developed by C-DAC's National Multimedia Resource Centre (NMRC). DMC is designed for Graduates from the Arts, Commerce, Engineering , Science streams, other Diploma holders , College students and for those who aspire to enter the Multimedia Profession. The course also prepares students who wish to pursue the Diploma in Advanced Computer Arts (DACA), offered by C-DAC. DMC enables students from non-Design and non-Fine Arts backgrounds to qualify for the Common Entrance Test (CET) of DACA. The course curriculum covers a wide variety of publishing media such as print, electronic, digital multimedia and web.


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