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DBMS for GATE Exams

Created by Arnab Chakraborty, Last Updated 05-Sep-2019, Language:English

DBMS for GATE Exams

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Created by Arnab Chakraborty, Last Updated 05-Sep-2019, Language:English

Description

Database Management System or DBMS in short refers to the technology of storing and retrieving users’ data with utmost efficiency along with appropriate security measures. This tutorial explains different aspects of DBMS such as its architecture, data models, data schemas, data independence, E-R model, relation model, relational database design, functional dependencies, normalization, transaction management, concurrency control, recovery, reliability and storage and file structure and much more.

Audience

This tutorial will especially help GATE Exams aspirant students to get detailed study based on the respective syllabus and good guidance towards solving GATE Exams question and answers.

Course Content

Arnab Chakraborty

Corporate Trainer

Prof. Arnab Chakraborty is a Calcutta University alumnus with B.Sc. in Physics Hons Gold medalist, B. Tech and M. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering has twenty-six+ years of academic teaching experience in different universities, colleges and thirteen+ years of corporate training experiences for 170+ companies and trained 50,000+ professionals. He has also completed MBA from Vidyasagar University with dual specialization in Human Resource Management and Marketing Management. He is NLP and PMP trained, "Global DMAIC Six Sigma Master Black Belt" certified by IQF (USA). He is certified by ISA (USA) on "Control and Automation System". He is "Global ITIL V3 Foundation" certified as awarded by APMG (UK). Qualified for "Accredited Management Teacher" by AIMA (India). "Star Python" Global Certified from Star Certification (USA). "Certified Scrum Master (CSM)" Global Certification from Scrum Alliance (USA). He is also empaneled trainer for multiple corporates, e.g. HP, Accenture, IBM etc