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Network programming is a process which involves writing computer programs that enable processes to communicate with each other across a computer network. Network programming is use for software APIs and development tools to build network aware applications. Network programming known as client–server model in which the process initiating the communication is a client and the process waiting for the communication to be initiated is a server and the client and server processes together form a distributed system.

Network programmers typically use socket libraries rather than coding directly to lower level socket APIs. A socket is a software construction representing a single connection between two network applications.

Network programming involves writing computer programs that communicate with each other across a computer network and different programs must be written for the client process, which initiates the communication, and for the server process, which waits for the communication to be initiated. Both endpoints of the communication flow are implemented as network sockets hence network programming is basically known as socket programming.

Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with science subjects to get    admission into bachelor’s degree program

2. B.E in computer science or Information Science

3. B.E in Electrical and Computer Engineering

4. B.E in Communications Science

5. B.E in Telecommunications, Telecommunications Management

6. B.E in Tele computing



Network Programmers are employed in all IT companies, Government and Private Organizations. Graduates work as a Network Administrator, Network (Systems) Engineer, Network (Service) Technician, Network Programmer/Analyst, and Network/Information Systems Manager.

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