Why Design Verification Program?
Design verification engineer is the most in-demand job profile in the VLSI industry currently. If you have the aptitude for testing and verification of complex IC designs, this course is custom designed for you.
An ASIC verification engineer works with system designers and architects to test performance and validate hardware components and systems.
You plan and develop a verification environment while coordinating with developers and architects throughout the design process.
Highlights of the program
This program offers a comprehensive, well-researched and developed training material for understanding how Design works in the real industry.
Small Batches of 10 members
Get enrolled in small batches of 10 members and get focussed attention from teachers
Live & Interactive Sessions
It’s not just videos that you would learn from but live and interactive sessions from expert teachers
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You will Learn through our Scientifically Designed & Proven 5 Step Practice Oriented Learning Process
Encompasses exercises which enable the learners to recall and find the facts from course materials pertaining to the session
Intends to train the learners in justifying the decisions and course of actions through experimenting and hypothesising for generating new ideas and products thereby changing the ways of viewing things
Includes exercises which enable the learners to explore the ideas, interpret, summarise and paraphrase by referring to various information available in books and other resources.
Evaluates the ability of learners in solving problems under time constrained environment while attempting to showcase their acquired skills
Aims at training the learners in applying the concepts and constraints in other familiar situation and break the solutions into parts to analyse the correlation between parts