Proposed Local Area Network - NMEICT
The project aims at providing LAN connecting all the selected educational institutions under National Mission for Education (NMEICT).
University Campus Wide Local Area Network: The scope of the work includes site survey, network design for campus Wide LAN in each University, equipment supply and delivery at site, installation, network configuration, commissioning, acceptance testing, training, warranty and facility management.
Scope of the work includes the following major areas
There will be a single POP location in the university campus where the Layer 3 Core Switch/router and Security infrastructure shall be located.
Around 400 - 600 nodes are proposed to be connected to a single POP in university.
Ethernet Section: All the offices within the range of 100 meters of the POP shall be connected through Ethernet extension. These Extensions shall be given from the Layer 3 Core Switch or Router as the case may be.
Fibre Section: All the offices at a distance of more than 100 meters shall be connected on dark fiber. This type of connectivity is required for the offices within 20Km separated through public roads [Multi campus scenario].
Wireless Section: WLAN Access Points will be installed as per the requirement of the University for Wi-Fi connectivity at a distance less than 100 meters from the WLAN Switch. Heat map for wi-fi coverage is to be designed for the assessment of expected coverage under Wi-Fi.
A typical connectivity diagram within a university is furnished as follows.
The number of network elements of each type and the connectivity as furnished in the diagram is only indicative and actual requirement of the type and number of network elements, security functionality and the connectivity required for various sections may vary as per University requirement.
About Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit
The University was established two decades ago in the name of the illustrious Indian philosopher Jagad Guru Adi Sankara in his place of birth at Kalady. The basic objective of the University is to impart knowledge in various branches of Sanskrit, Indology, Indian culture, Indian and Foreign languages, Indian philosophy, Fine Arts and Social Sciences and to promote the study and research in Sanskrit and other systems of Indian knowledge. As a centre of cultural heritage and a house for indigenous art forms, the University is envisioned to harmonize the society through educational excellence.