Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is a research and development organization under the Department of Information Technology, India. Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) is a popular organisation in terms of several courses in the field of advanced computing and software development which can be used in any service industry, for services available at little or low cost, to promote their primary business. In the education industry, C-DAC’s Education and Training Programmes aim to build and enhance skills in critical areas of Information Technology and electronic product development. Apart from various diploma programs, C-DAC also imparts IT training programmes to Government, Industry, Strategic sector and International participants. Currently, C-DAC offers various ICT courses under three separate Education and Training programs.

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, Seychelles, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Uzbekistan and Vietnam. C-DAC plays significant national and international roles in its areas of interest to hasten the acquisition of knowledge. C-DAC contributes its own findings and design suitable channels of dissemination. The educational role of C-DAC, Mumbai and Electronics City, Bengaluru conducts a well-established one-year duration full-time diploma in the field of advanced software technology for graduates and a six-month part-time diploma in the field of Information Security. R&D Divisions at the Centre also conduct professional educational courses oriented towards proffesionals sponsored by their employers

C-DAC is conducting the training programme across India in 15 states, 27 cities at 32 centres. C-DAC conducted the training programme for 2376 student belonging to Minority Community. The graph below depects the Outstation Candidate, Local Candidate and Total candidates in the courses offered.

These students are placed in the private companies such as Infosys, Patni, Dizsol, FIBCOM, PYRO, Mindtree, Avenues, IBM, Spectross, ABB etc.

IT Training For Women Empowerment

Ministry of Communications and IT Government of India has taken an initiative under the IT for Masses (Women) to empower the women candidates by providing IT training programmes. Center For Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), the premier R & D organization is one of the institutions to empower women students for employment opportunities in IT under this scheme The training programmes have been designed to prepare the students for careers in information technology(IT), business process outsourcing(BPO) and other IT enabled services. The training shall be conducted in seven states of India Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Orissa, Chattisgarh, Rajasthan, and Bihar.