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PG Diploma in Embedded Training:

PG Diploma in Embedded System is a course that focuses on the design and programming of embedded systems.

This Diploma in Embedded system is having a mix of lectures and hands-on lab work, where students will learn how to design, program, and test embedded systems using microcontrollers, sensors, and other hardware. The course does not require any prior knowledge.

PG Diploma in Embedded System

This course is designed for pursuing students & those who wants to take training on specific micro-controller for upgrading skills

PG diploma in embedded system can be an entry gate to your career in embedded system. candidate having no knowledge of embedded can start from basic & can gain expertise through this course.

The course can be taken at graduate or postgraduate level, depending on the institution, and can lead to career opportunities in a variety of industries, such as automotive, aerospace, medical devices, and consumer electronics.

The duration of course is 3 months

Weekend as well as regular batches available.


Introduction to programming and the C language:

Introduction to C and its history

Basic elements of a C program (e.g. tokens, keywords, identifiers)

Data types, variables, and constants

Operators and expressions

Control flow statements (e.g. if, for, while)

Functions and function prototypes

Arrays and pointers

Structures and unions

File Input and Output

Dynamic memory allocation

Advanced topics like preprocessor directives, and macros

It also covers the basic concepts of software development, such as program design, testing and debugging.

The training may include hands-on exercises and programming assignments to help students practice and apply the concepts they have learned. It also includes topics like software development life cycle and software development methodologies.

C is a general-purpose, low-level programming language that is widely used for system programming, embedded systems, and other applications that require direct access to memory and low-level system resources. It is known for its simplicity, efficiency, and portability, and it is a popular choice for learning how to program

After completing the basic training, students will have a good understanding of the C language, and they will be able to write and debug simple programs. They will also be equipped with the foundational knowledge needed to continue learning more advanced programming concepts and techniques.

Embedded C Programing:

Embedded C programming is the use of the C programming language to program microcontrollers and other embedded systems.

An embedded C programming course typically covers the following topics:

Introduction to microcontroller architecture and programming

Programming and debugging techniques for microcontrollers

Register-level programming and direct memory access

Interrupts and real-time considerations

Hands-on lab work with microcontroller development boards and other hardware.

Embedded C programming is commonly used in a wide range of applications such as control systems, automotive, medical devices, consumer electronics, and many other embedded systems. It is a low-level programming language, which gives the programmer more control over the hardware and memory, which allows for the development of small, fast, and efficient systems.

The course usually requires a good understanding of C programming and computer architecture. After completing the course, students will have a good understanding of embedded C programming and will be able to design, program, and test embedded systems using microcontrollers, sensors, and other hardware.

Introduction to Embedded:

What is embedded System

Embedded Design development life cycle

Embedded System Programming

Embedded Systems Design Issues

Electronics Designing Concepts

Trends in Embedded Systems

Challenges and Design Issues in Embedded Systems


Host & Target Development environment

Cross Compilers, Debuggers

Programming Techniques

Introduction to Embedded Development tools

Assemblers, Compilers, Linkers, Loaders

Embedded In-Circuit Emulators and JTAG

Tools, Build Tools for Embedded Systems

Debugging and troubleshooting techniques

Project development and integration

8051 microcontroller:

The 8051 microcontroller is a family of microcontrollers that were first introduced by Intel in 1980. They are based on the 8051 CPU core, which is a Harvard architecture 8-bit microcontroller.

It has a small instruction set and a small amount of on-chip memory, making it well suited for small-scale embedded systems with limited resources.

Introduction to 8051: Overview of the 8051 microcontroller, its architecture, and its features.

Programming fundamentals: Understanding basic concepts such as data types, variables, operators, control structures, and functions.

Memory organization: Understanding how the 8051's memory is organized, including internal and external memory, and how to work with memory-mapped I/O.

Timers and counters: Understanding how to use the 8051's timers and counters to generate precise timing and counting.

Interrupts: Understanding how to use interrupts to handle external events and how to set up and configure interrupt controllers.

Serial communication: Understanding how to use the 8051's serial communication features to communicate with external devices.

Peripheral interfaces: Understanding how to work with peripheral interfaces such as LCD, keyboard, and sensors.

Programming in C language: Understanding how to program the 8051 microcontroller using C language.

Debugging and testing: Learning how to use debugging tools and techniques to find and fix bugs in 8051 programs.

Best practices and optimization: Understanding how to write efficient and maintainable code for the 8051 microcontroller.

PIC Microcontroller:

PIC microcontroller (Peripheral Interface Controller) is a family of microcontrollers manufactured by Microchip Technology that are widely used in embedded systems. They are known for their small size, low power consumption, and wide range of peripherals and interfaces.

PIC microcontrollers can be found in a variety of different industries, including automotive and industrial control systems, medical devices, consumer electronics, robotics and automation, energy management systems and communication systems.

Introduction to PIC Family of microcontrollers

Overview of Architecture of 18F4520

Processor Core and Functional Block Diagram

Description of memory organization

Overview of ALL SFR’s and their basic functionality

Developing, Building, and Debugging ALP’s

Using MPLAB software

Hardware interfacing on PIC18F

Debugging and troubleshooting techniques

Project implementation on PIC18F4580

ARM7 Microcontroller

ARM7 microcontroller is the most widely used processor in embedded systems. This microprocessor family uses the ARM7 CPU core and has a wide range of peripheral options,

making it an ideal choice for applications requiring high-performance and low power consumption,superior real-time performance.

ARM7 microcontrollers are used in many different types of products and devices, including mobile devices, automotive systems, medical devices, consumer electronics, networking and communication devices & embedded Linux.

Introduction to ARM Architecture

Overview of ARM & Processor Core

Data Path and Instruction Decoding

Comparison of ARM Series (ARM 10, ARM 11, Cortex)

Intelligent Energy Management

Conditional Execution

ARM Development Environment

Assembler and Compilers

Software Interrupts

Introduction to ARM family of processors

ARM 7 Peripheral Interfacing

Writing efficient C programs for ARM

Timer/Counter with Interrupt

UART programming (polling/interrupt)

System Peripherals

Pin Connect Block

Hardware Debugging Tools

Project development on ARM

Hardware Interfacing :

Interfacing of LEDs

Interfacing of Switches

Interfacing of Relays

Interfacing of LCD

Interfacing of 7 Segment Display

Interfacing of ADC

Interfacing of Stepper Motors

Interfacing of DC Motors

Interfacing of IR Sensors

Interfacing of Ultrasonic Sensors

Interfacing of MEMS Sensors

Interfacing of Real Time Clock

Serial Communication

Communication Protocols:

Communication protocols play a crucial role in embedded systems, as they enable communication between different devices and systems.

The choice of communication protocol depends on the specific requirements of the embedded system, such as the distance between devices, the amount of data to be transmitted, and the power consumption of the devices.


UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter) is a type of serial communication that allows devices to communicate with each other using asynchronous serial communication.

USART (Universal Synchronous and Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter) is a type of serial communication that allows devices to communicate with each other using both synchronous and asynchronous serial communication

UART/ USART Training syllabus include the following topics:

Introduction to UART/USART Understanding the UART/USART protocol architecture

UART/USART communication parameters such as baud rate, data bits, stop bits, and parity

UART/USART signaling and voltage levels, MAX 232 & its uses

Implementing the UART/USART protocol on microcontrollers

Using UART/USART in embedded devices

Communication modes and its configuration

Transmitting & receiving data using UART/USART

Implementation of UART/USART is Serial & wireless Interfacing with devices

Batch Scheduled

Sr. No. Course Name Batch Schedule Duration Registration
1 Advance Career Track in Embedded

27 April 2024 ,
6 May 2024

5 Months
2 PG Diploma in Automotive Embedded

27 April 2024 ,
6 May 2024

3 months
3 Autosar Training

11 May 2024

3 months
4 IOT ( Internet of Things )

27 April 2024 ,
16 May 2024

45 days

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