Computer Science Projects
According to the College Board, computer science majors learn about computer systems and the way people interact with them from a scientific perspective. They may specialize in areas like programming, software engineering, or computer architecture. In the career world, computer science graduates must be able to think both like a human and a machine, a skill that requires a great deal of creativity, imagination and logic. The ideal candidate must be precise and math-oriented, but also able to think abstractly. Computer science training courses vary tremendously by program, institution and degree type. Some institutions approach the discipline on a theoretical level, while we emphasize the practical aspects of computer science and programming.
It is this gap that Coastal ProSoft strives to bridge between the industrial demands and the education system in India. There is a lot of scope in terms of the types of courses: from embedded system training, computer hardware, to microcontroller projects and DIY robotics projects,students can find a lot of flexibility in choosing a course that revs up their knowledge quotient. With state-of-the-art practical lab training facilities and inter-departmental engineering projects in Coastal ProSoft’s Energy, Healthcare and Robotics divisions, students can be sure to practically test their knowledge and earn their way into applying for major corporations with our successful internship and placement programs.
In 2 years, we have partnered with 10 colleges, opened 10 facilitation centers, and empowered more than 1000 engineering students. There has always been wide gap between the theoretical knowledge and the practical application of it – a pain point well echoed by the industries. We have established franchisee relations with ECIL (Electronics Corporation of India Limited), IGIAT (Indo Germanic Institute of Advanced Technology) in providing certified engineering courses training to students with a will to learn and solve problems creatively. In the next two years, we aim to replicate our successful engineering training model in countries like Brazil, South Africa, Tanzania and Kenya.