Infolink College Programs


 Infolink College Programs

Civil Engineering

(Bachelor of Science)

Course Duration

Five years

Session

Regular and Extension

Admission Requirement

  • Pass in College Preparatory Examination, or pass COC examination for related TVET graduates. The field requires competent skill in mathematics, physics, drawing and English language courses.

Career Scope

  • Competent engineer to design and construct Civil engineering structures; prepare complete drawing and design details of buildings, highway and bridges, dams, water treatment plants and their structures with detailed specifications, contract documents and bill of quantities; read, analyses and understand technical drawings and specifications; conduct inspection and supervision by checking and measuring works for accuracy and fit to specification; detect and identify design problems /faults/ by justifying the cause and detail requirements of adjustment or redesign and recommend measures; create new ideas and apply scientific theories and principles to produce economic designs and construct efficiently; adapt construction materials, equipment, machines and other technological outputs to local needs; manage efficiently construction works and integrate constraints and requirements of both manpower and construction machines; active participant in research projects, discoveries and consultancy services

Course Content

  • Reasoning Skills( Logic)
  • Engineering Mechanics I (static)
  • Introduction to Computer
  • Applied Mathematics I
  • Sophomore English (writing Skills)
  • Introduction to Engineering Skills
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Engineering Mechanics II
  • Applied Mathematics II
  • Strength of Materials
  • Civic Education
  • Communication Skills
  • Fundamental of Computer  Programming
  • Applied Mathematics III
  • Hydraulics I
  • Surveying I
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Theory of Structures I
  • Soil Mechanics I
  • Theory of Structure II
  • Surveying II
  • Hydraulics II
  • Construction Materials
  • Numerical Methods
  • Open Channel Hydraulics
  • Building Construction
  • Soil Mechanics II
  • Engineering Hydrology
  • Engineering Geology
  • Transport Engineering
  • Foundation Engineering I
  • Fundamentals of Architecture
  • Electrical Installation and Wiring
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures I
  • Hydraulic Structures I
  • Highway Engineering I
  • Integrated Civil Engineering Design I
  • Reinforced Concrete Structures II
  • Foundation Engineering II
  • Highway Engineering II
  • Hydraulic Structures II
  • Integrated Civil Engineering Design II
  • Computer Applications in Civil Engineering I
  • Water Supply & Urban Drainage
  • Contract, Specification & Quantity Surveying
  • Irrigation Engineering
  • Steel and Timber Structure
  • Water Treatment
  • Engineering Economics
  • Technical Report & Research Methodology
  • Computer App in Civil Engineering II
  • Entrepreneurship for Engineers
  • Construction Management
  • Construction Equipment
  • B.SC. Thesis
  • Computer App in Civil Engineering III

Electives

  • Fundamentals of Bridge Design
  • Highway Engineering III
  • Hydropower Development
  • Sewage treatment
  • Reinforced Concrete Structure III

Computing Sciences

(Post Graduate Program)

Course Duration

  • One year

Session

  • Extension

Admission Requirement

  • Completion of first degree in natural or social science disciplines.  The field requires competent skill in mathematics and English language courses.

Career Scope

  • Conceive, design, and prototype computer systems; study, design and prototype microprocessor based systems; study, design and prototype digital systems; proficient in low level and high-level programming; design, develop implement and maintain computer systems, communication systems and information systems; understand Knowledge-based systems, software engineering parallel processing, databases and scientific computing;  manage efficient storage and retrieval of massive amounts of data; write system programs;  plan and manage computer system projects; troubleshoot Software and hardware problems; develop application programs

Course Content

  • Fundamentals of Programming
  • Database Management System                              
  • Introduction to Computer Application
  • Computer System Architecture           
  • Principle Of Operating Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • Internet Programming
  • Data Structure and Algorithm Analysis
  • Computer Networks & Communication                      
  • User Interface Programming  
  • Computer Maintenance & Troubleshooting
  • Final Project

Library and Information Science

(Level III)

Course Duration

  • Three years

Session

  • Regular and Extension

Admission Requirement

  • Pass in EGSCE Examination. The field requires competent skill in mathematics, English language, and Physics courses, and great aspiration in the field.

Career Scope

  • The prime objective of this training program is to equip the learners with the identified competences specified in the EOS.  Graduates are therefore expected to implement electrical installation, co-ordinate machinery, equipment maintenance and repair, keep records for primary production business in accordance with the performance criteria described in the EOS.

Course Content

  • Know about library  Science
  • Develop basic skill in Information technology & basic Application
  • Perform  Circulation
  • Provide Periodical Service
  • Provide Documentation Service
  • Work In Team Environment
  • Participate in work place communication
  • Respond to Emergencies
  • Cataloguing
  • Demonstrate work values
  • Perform Binding
  • Office Automation & Internet Services
  • Perform acquisition activities
  • Handle online and offline resource
  • Conduct information literacy program
  • Select  Library Automation software
  • Classify information resource
  • Lead small teams
  • Lead work place communicatio