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Start Date: 03/04/2024 @Ban
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Class: 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM
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Start Date: 03/04/2024 @HYD
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Class & Lab : 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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ELIGIBILITY

  • Any year BTech, MTech, BE, ME pass out students
  • with minimum of 50% in academics are eligible for.
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Total fee: 1,00,000/- (+GST)

  • Total fee: 80,000/- (+GST)
  • PCIE Training Fee : 30,000 Duration : 2-3 months
  • USB Training Fee : 20,000 Duration : 1-2 months
  • Ethernet Training Fee : 25,000 Duration : 1-2 months
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Course Curriculum

  • Semiconductor ecosystem
  • VLSI design cycle - front end design flow & backend design flow
  • What is ASIC & FPGA
  • FPGA design flow & ASIC design and verification flow
  • SoC example and industry updates
  • Opportunities for VLSI engineers in India
  • VLSI industry work profiles and roles
  • How to be industry ready?

  • Digital system design & applications
  • Introduction
  • What is digital & analog
  • Introduction to digital system design
  • Elements of digital logic, number system
  • Code conversion, logic gates, K-maps, Boolean algebra, SOP, POS
  • BCD, excess-3, gray code, ASCII, complements
  • Combinational logic design: adders, subtractors, multipliers, dividers, comparators, multiplexing, demultiplexing, encoders, decoders, parity, checkers, data path, control path, ALU
  • Sequential logic design: synchronous logic design, asynchronous logic design
  • Latches
  • Flip-flops
  • Counters (asynchronous, synchronous, mod, Johnson, ring)
  • Registers (SISO, SIPO, PISO, PIPO, USR, LFSR)
  • FSM (Mealy and Moore – overlapping and non-overlapping)
  • FIFO (asynchronous, synchronous)
  • Memories (RAM, ROM)

  • Introduction & Importance of HDL - HDL vs High Level Languages.
  • Basic Language elements
  • Design Methodologies - Top Down, Bottom Up
  • Verilog data types
  • Verilog Modelling Styles:
    • Dataflow Modelling – continuous assignment statements
    • Gate Level Modelling/Structural modelling
    • Behavioural Modelling – Procedural blocks, procedural block statements – blocking and non-blocking assignments.
    • Switch Level Modelling – switch primitives
  • System Tasks
  • Logic Gates, Half Adder, Full Adder, Half subtractor, Full subtractor.
  • Multiplexer – 2:1, 4:1, 8:1 and other mux-oriented problems.
  • Logic gates using Mux, Encoder, Decoder, Priority Encoder
  • Stratified Event Queue or Timing Regions In-depth explanation with examples.
  • Comparator, Seven Segment, Multipliers
  • Combinational Circuits to be taught in Behavioral (IF, CASE) and Gate level
  • Adders – RCA, Carry Look ahead adder, ALU, Subtractor, Division Circuits
  • Sequential Circuits:
    • Latch – Definition, usage, types, Coding and Simulation Result Explanation.
    • Flipflop – Types (dff, tff, jkff), Coding and Simulation Result Explanation, Sync and Async FF. Difference between Latch and Flipflop, Why Nonblocking should be used for Sequential Circuits?
    • Counter - Both Synchronous and Asynchronous, Mod Counters, Repeated Counters, Ring, Johnson Counters.
    • FSM – Melay and Moore, Timescale, Parameter, Local Param, ifdef
    • Shift registers – SISO,PISO,PIPO,PISO, Bi-directional Registers, Universal Shift Registers
    • MEMORIES – RAM, ROM, Frequency Dividers, Self-checking testbenches.
  • Define, setup, hold time, Types of delays to be used in coding. – Inter,Intra,Gate
  • Sequential and Parallel execution blocks, generate blocks, Primitives - Try
  • Randomization based testbenches, Task oriented TB.
  • Synthesizable vs Non-Synthesizable Constructs explanation with examples, Loops.
  • Race conditions in Verilog with Live examples

  • ASIC Verification:
    • Introduction & Importance
    • Verification Methodologies
    • System Verilog: Introduction to Verification and System Verilog.
  • Data Types:
    • Integer, Void
    • String, Event
    • User-defined Enumerations
    • Class Arrays
    • Fixed Size Arrays - Packed and Un-Packed
    • Dynamic Array - Associative Array, Queues, structure, Union, typedef
  • Procedural Statements and Flow Control:
    • always_ff, always_comb, Blocking & Non-Blocking assignments
    • Unique-I, Priority-If
    • While, do-while, for each & enhanced for loop
    • Repeat, Forever
    • Break & Continue
    • Named Blocks and Statement Labels
    • Disable block and disable statements
    • Event Control.
  • Tasks and Functions:
    • Tasks
    • Functions
    • Argument passing – Automatic, Static
  • Processes:
    • fork-join
    • fork-join any
    • fork-join none
    • wait-fork
    • disable-fork
  • Classes:
    • Classes
    • This Keyword
    • Constructors
    • Static Class Properties & Methods
    • Class Assignment
    • Shallow Copy & Deep Copy
    • Parameterized Classes
    • Inheritance
    • Overriding Class Members
    • Super Keyword
    • Polymorphism, Casting
    • Data Hiding and Encapsulation
    • Abstract Classes & Virtual Methods
    • Class Scope Resolution Operator
    • Extern methods
    • Type def Classes.
  • Randomization & Constraints:
    • Constraint Blocks
    • External Constraint Blocks
    • Inheritance
    • Inside operator
    • Weighted distribution
    • Implication and if-else and other constructs.
  • IPCSemaphore - Mailbox - Event:
    • Scheduling Semantics
    • Program Block
    • Interface
    • Mod port
    • Clocking Blocks.
  • Assertion:
    • Assertions
    • SVA Building Blocks
    • SVA Sequence
    • Implication Operator
    • Repetition Operator
    • SVA Built in Methods
    • Ended and Disable iff.
  • Coverage:
    • Coverage
    • Functional Coverage – Types
    • Coverage Options - Parameters and define.
  • Project on System Verilog on Industry Standard Protocol with assertions and coverage along with tool explanation.

  • INTRODUCTION
    • What is UVM?
    • Why UVM?
    • Overview of UVM Structure.
  • UVM Testbench Architecture
    • Test Bench Structure
    • Explanation of Test Bench
    • UVM Objects and UVM Components
    • UVM Sequence Item
    • UVM Sequence and UVM Sequencer
    • UVM Driver and UVM Monitor
    • UVM Agent and UVM Scoreboard
    • UVM Test and UVM Top.
  • UVM Phases
    • Types of Phases
    • Explanation of Phases
  • UVM TLM
    • Analysis Port
    • Usage of TLM Ports
    • Declaration and Connection of Ports
  • Register Layer
    • Introduction
    • Register Model
    • Register Environment
    • Connection of Register Environment
  • UVM Reporting
    • Reporting Methods
    • Configurations
    • Usecases
  • UVM Configurations
    • Usage of Configurations
    • Set Config Methods
  • UVM Factory
    • Registration
    • Factory Methods Explanation
  • UVM Callback
    • Body Call back
    • Usage and Importance of Call Backs
  • Lock Grab
    • Examples
    • Arbitration
    • Importance of Arbitration
    • Usage of Arbitration
    • Sequencer Arbitration
    • Virtual Sequence, Sequencer
    • Need and Usage of Virtual Sequence and Sequencer.
  • Sequential and Parallel Sequence, Layered Sequences
    • Overview and Implementation of Sequences.
  • UVM MACROS
    • Macros Explanation in UVM.
  • UVM Project
    • UVC Development for Industry standard protocol.
    • Explanation of IP, VIP, SOC Level Testbench flow, Testplans, Verification plan.

Students will work on some of the below Design and Verification projects as part of training project. APB, AHB, AXI, SPI , UART, I2C, MEMORY CONTTROLLER, USB, UTMI, PCIE, ETHERNET, AES. Linux Operation System, Vim Editor.

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Course Fee
  • Affordable fee
  • Structure
  • We take 50% Fee after placement.
  • Student can pay in No cost EMI for 5 months.
  • Students are Eligible for Scholarships.
  • High Fee.
  • No Fee after placement option
  • They ask to clear total fee within 1 month.
  • No scholarships provided.
Trainers
  • All trainers are experienced and active industry working professionals
  • Normal trainers with no Realtime experience
Placement
  • 1 year placement support
  • Multiple placement opportunities in service and product companies.
  • Over 1000+ students got placed.
  • Internship Experience certificate
  • 100% placement assistance.
  • All students are eligible for placements (No placement test after training to shortlist students)
  • No placement support after training
  • They will shortlist students based on placement test which they conduct after training
  • Very few companies for placement
  • No internship experience certificate
Class size
  • Only 20 students per batch.
  • No limit on student intake.
Course module
  • As per hiring companies requirement, as our trainers are working in industry they update course content time to time
  • No update in course content as per industry standards.
Projects
  • Hands-on live industry project
  • Multiple Industry standard projects will be provided for a batch.
  • Dedicated mentor will be assigned for project support.
  • Project presentations and code development will be handled by students
  • No Industry standard Live projects.
  • Same projects for every batch.
  • No mentor provided.
Locations
  • Located in two major cities Hyderabad and Bangalore where semiconductor industry is dominant
  • Mostly in 1 location No exposure to all the companies in India
Assessment
  • Test will be conducted every Saturday.
  • Mock interviews for after every module.
  • Presentations to improve students’ soft skills
  • Limited tests and Mock interviews

Why VLSI FIRST ?

class size

Smaller class size - only 20 students per batch

VLSI Training with low student to teacher ratio has many advantages like one to one attention, students get an increased opportunity to bond with trainers, chance to trailer individual learning and less disruption.

Course Modules

We always listen to our students and Industry, and develop courses that meet the current demands of industry through a wide range of industry contacts and innovative teaching methods. These VLSI training modules are designed by our industry experts and are customized as per the requisites of the Semiconductor organizations

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Exclusive, Experienced and Industry Professionals as Trainers

VLSI FIRST possesses a team of Exclusive trainers and industry professionals who have gained years of experience working on live project development and implementations. Their passion for study, learner-focused approach and their industry expertise gives learners an inspirational learning experience and an understanding of industry trends. Along with the exceptional academic faculties, our institute also possesses a strong team of administration staff, who ensure that your education sessions run smoothly and you get all the things that you need for VLSI Training conveniently.

Projects

RTL Design and Verification Training Projects are on Latest Industry Applications and Trends, Every student gets a different project, once student finishes his project before time then he can involve in other project, projects implementation helps understand VLSI technology and useful in getting placement.

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Fee

Pay 50% fee after Placement, Quality Education at affordable price

Placement Assistance

Placement Training Starts from 1st day of Training and Placement Assistance will be valid upto 1 year after Training, for more details see placements page VLSI Training RTL Design and Verification Training

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100% Placement Assistance

The Placement Cell of "VLSI FIRST" provides guidance and all the assistance to the students in order to achieve their career goals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Fee Structure:
Total fee: 1,00,000/- (+GST) Student need to pay 50,000 in Training Period
10000/- for Registration
10000/- after 1 st Month
10000/- after 2 nd Month
10000/- after 3 rd Month
10000/- after 4 th Month
Remaining 50,000 after getting placement (after receiving offer letter from company)

Fee Structure:
Total fee: 80,000/- (+GST) Student need to pay 40,000 in Training Period
10000/- for Registration
10000/- after 1st Month
10000/- after 2nd Month
10000/- after 3rd Month
Remaining 40,000 after getting placement (after receiving offer letter from company)

No, if you get placement through your sources then no need to pay 50% fee, however, you need to inform us that you want to try on your own as soon as you finish your training.

No, you will pay 50% fee after placement only.

No, we don’t offer any discounts in fee.

Yes, we provide 10% scholarship on fee for the students with 75% or 7.5 CGPA (in all the academics) in Bangalore branch

We provide offline classes 2 locations, Hyderabad and Bangalore

Yes, any student who are passedout between 2005 to 2023 can join the course

We take 20 Students per batch.

5 Months

3 Months

Trainers are from Industry; they are active working professionals. Average experience level of our trainers is 4years.

Yes, any student who are passedout between 2005 to 2023 can join the course

Yes, Online students can come to offline on Saturdays to our branches in Hyderabad and Bangalore

Yes, you can switch but not in the middle of the module, there are 4 main modules in the course, after completing or before starting any module you can switch.

9am to 1pm (you can spend till 6pm in lab if you want to) same timings from Monday to Saturday, Sunday Holiday.

7am to 8:30am Class
7pm to 8pm Lab session (we can change based on students availability between 6pm to 9pm for 1hr)
same timings from Monday to Friday, on Saturday we conduct Test and Sunday Holiday

There are two type of VLSI companies which are operating in India
1) Product Companies Ex: Intel, AMD, Qualcomm etc..
2) Service Companies Ex: Wipro, Capgemini, L&T etc...
For the total list of companies please go to our placement page.

Before answering that question, please go through our placement process below:
Placement Process:

After 5 Months of Training, we provide 1 week of Placement training which includes your
  • Resume preparation,
  • Interview Questions Preparation,
  • Technical Interview Preparation and
  • HR Interview preparation.
After that actual placement starts with MNC companies.
MNC companies will be coming for 2months, we make sure that all the students get placed in MNC companies.
Those who are not successful in getting placement in MNC's will be attending start-ups for next 2 months.
If in worst case any student is not successful in getting placement in start-ups also, then we send them for internship in our company for next 3 months.
In internship students will be working directly on clients’ projects and will gain experience. Once students are done with internship then we take interview and based on students’ performance we give them 1 year of Internship experience as they have spent 1 year in institute (5 months for training + 2 months for MNC placements + 2 months for start-up placements + 3 months for internship = 12months)
Advantages if going as experienced candidate:
  • More Opportunities – more openings in companies for experienced candidates
  • Good Salary package
  • Simple interview process (No written test and mostly 2 rounds of Interview)
  • No bond and we can choose location of work.
If student is appearing for interview as experienced candidate, then chances of getting placement is 100%.

Freshers can get minimum 3L package and maximum depends on the company and your performance in the interview.

No, you should be flexible to relocate to any location in India as you are fresher getting opportunity is important, how ever after getting 1 year of experience you can request company to transfer to your preferred location.
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