The Students’ Industrial Work Experience Scheme – Science and Technology Education in Nigeria
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[pic 1]AL-HIKMAH UNIVERSITY, ILORIN, KWARA STATE.DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL SCIENCEA TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME (SIWES)UNDERTAKEN AT:[pic 2]SHORELINE POWERShore Line House, 46 Industrial Avenue, Ilupeju, Lagos.PERIOD OF ATTACHMENT:AUGUST 2015 TO NOVEMEBR 2015YUNUSA ABDULAHMEED13/03CS015SUBMITTED TO:THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICAL SCIENCE, COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCE. IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT FOR THE AWARD OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCES (B.Sc) DEGREE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE.CERTIFICATIONThis is to certify that Yunusa Abdulhameed with matriculation 13/03CS015 Department of Physical Science, College of Natural Science, Al-Hikmah University, ILorin underwent his three months Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme(SIWES) at Shoreline Power, 46 Industrial Avenue Ilupeju, Lagos State from August, 2015 – November, 2015.…………………… ………………………Supervisor Signature/Date ACKNOWLEDGMENTIt is a great pleasure for me to acknowledge the assistance and contributions of all the people who helped to make my industrial training a success. My training would not have been so successful, without the dedicated assistance given to me by those individuals.I would like to give my special thanks to Mr David Oluseyi Ogunride, the Head of IT Department of Shoreline Group and all the individuals in the IT Department for the assistance and guidance they gave me towards this program.I must also thank Mrs. Oyinkan (Human Resource Manager, Shoreline Group) and Mr Adediran Bruce (Human Resource Manager, Shoreline Oil Services) for their timely support in recommending me for a placement at Shoreline Power.And a very big thanks to my Father for his persistence, love, care, encouragement and financial support throughout my IT and also to my mother, brother and cousin for their unduly advices.Finally, I would like to thank every individual (for whom I did not mention their names above) who gave me the slightest support (even with words) to make my industrial training a success.REPORT OVERVIEW You may be theoretically rich, but practically poor.” ― Pushpa Rana“Computer science graduates are competent with their theoretical knowledge, but they lack the practical exposure, industry relevant skills, managerial skills, attitude and interpersonal skills, when they first get into the industry.”- This is a very common phrase within the industry.The Primary objective of industrial training program is to overcome such problems faced by a graduate, and to build up a sound appreciation and understanding of the theoretical and ever evolving principles learnt as an undergraduate. It is designed towards developing the skills, knowledge and attitudes needed to make an effective start as a member of the Computer Science profession.This report presents a brief presentation on gained; technical know-how, experiences, client interaction, challenges, achievements and failures during my industrial training, I was placed at Shoreline Power IT Department for a period of 12 weeks commencing 3RD August 2015.
It was a daunting task deciding on what topics I present in this report and what to be eliminated. I was exposed to new technologies and devices that I wasn’t familiar with .. This report is organized into several chapters which begin with an introduction to the training organization; Chapter 3 a brief summary of my training exposure. Next several chapters briefly present some of the theoretical concepts, equipments, their capacities and configurations of the products that I worked with. Finally, there is a conclusion, which discuss about the training, exposure, an organizations ability to provide better training, current training program, improvements and a few other issues.References include the list of references that helped me during my training and writing this report. TABLE OF CONTENTPAGETitle page ICertification page IIAcknowledgement IIIReport overview IVTable of contents VCHAPTER 1:- INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of SIWES 1 1.2 Objectives of SIWES 2CHAPTER 2 SHORELINE POWER LIMITED 2.1 Location and brief history of establishment 32.2 Objectives of establishment 32.3 Organizational Structures (including organogram) 42.4 Departments and units in the establishment and their functions 5CHAPTER 3 NETWORKING FUNDAMENTALS 3.1 What is networking? 7 3.2 What is a computer network? 7 3.2.1 Network Design. 7