Certificate Courses are conducted by departments to complement students’ knowledge and skills in their field of study. Courses offered are chosen based on current trends, relevance and value in the job-market.

What is a Value Added Course?

Employment scene today requires that a student wanting a job be an all-rounder, with several skills. Pursuing multiple long-winding degree programs is no answer to this. Rather than spending a lifetime seeking higher qualifications, Value Added Courses give you the chance to update your skill set in only a fraction of the time and money. But, the value they create is very high.

Why should I do a Value Added Course?

Value Added Courses are a one way to fill the gaps in your knowledge and add competitive edge to your job prospects. As systems, programs and practices change, making it critical for job-seekers to have a range of competencies, Value Added Courses can help you to be a winner. Starting off with a Value Added Course helps you to have a foundation on which to build your career. Many of these courses may lead you on to your own enterprise or to further qualifications, if needed.

How many courses can I do?

As the basic idea is to make ample opportunities available to students, there are no restrictions on how many courses a student can offer. Many of these courses are offered more than once a year and thus one can acquire several certifications during the period of a degree program.

What about the Certification?

Each course has its own assessment pattern, both practical and theoretical. Successful completion of the course earns you Certification issued by GALWIN TECHNOLOGY.

  • Internet of Things

  • Robotics

  • Embedded System (PIC Microcontroller, ARM LPC 2148 )

  • Raspberry pi

  • PIC Microcontroller


  • Arduino Uno with Node MCU

  • Multilayer PCB Designing

  • LabVIEW with CLAD Training

  • Beagle bone

  • Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning


  • LoRa

  • Basic Electronics

  • C, C++ & Python Programming with data structures

  • Wireless Interfaces GSM, GPS, ZIGBEE, RSSI, WiFi, LiFi, iBeacon & Bluetooth

  • Protocol on Embedded System (SPI, I2C & CAN Protocol)

  • JAVA & Android