Summer Training/Summer Internship/Project Training

DUMMY PROJECT VS LIVE PROJECT What is a dummy project? Dummy project is a application which utilizes your skills and enables you to experiment on a virtual plan. In a real-time scenario, this setting is just a little help. There are no guidelines and routines. Team members are free to work at their own comfort and pace. The design and features of the project can change randomly. No emphasis is laid on testing the outcomes. Because learning in such a scenario is not systematic and lacks key motives of productivity, students hardly gain the benefits of training. What is a live project? Live projects are a facility to get to work on the techniques which are being used in Real Time Website/Software Development and will be used in real world. Working on a live project is like doing a job. You have to follow the guidelines given by the client or the project leader. With the advent of growing competition and low budgets, the owner of the project can ask any number of changes, at any point of time of the development. To mitigate such changing requirements and targets, live projects run on agile methodology, a well-bound team under a good leadership and informed and highly skilled developers. For the end user to utilize the project/product, the deliverables should be 100% error free. Therefore testing at each level is very important and cannot be skipped. While working on live project, you will learn: to work on deadlines to survive work pressures to test actual results to face and resolve real-time issues to work efficiently to handle important data