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Network Management Engineer Courses

Network Management Engineer

A Network Management Engineer is responsible for provisioning of end to end circuit and managing network elements from a Centralized server called Network Management System. Personal Attributes: Attention to detail, excellent problem-solving capabilities, strong quantitative abilities, strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with people, ability to multitask and track multiple projects simultaneously, dedication and willingness to stay current on changing technologies.


Big Academy offers comprehensive training to professionals, career seekers, students to design, develop, support and implement solutions for on field, real world situations, using the latest products and technologies. The institute stands strong on the foundation of its profound technical background and extremely Knowledgeable and dedicated faculty. We have merged a few TSSC jobroles and create a unique course for Telecom & Computer Engineers.


Eligibility : ITI / Diploma / Bachelor in Technology (any field).

Duration : 1 Month.

Certification : Upon successful completion you will receive certificate from BIGFIX and Telecom Sector Skill Council.

  •   Provisioning of SDH equipment.
  •   Launching Network Management System (NMS).
  •   Hierarchy of NMS, EMS, Nodes.
  •   End to end unprotected circuit provisioning.
  •   End to end protected circuit provisioning.
  •   Activation of circuit.
  •   Deactivation and Deletion of circuit.
  •   Report and record.
  •   Provisioning of DWDM equipment
  •   Provisioning DWDM amplifier.
  •   Provisioning MDU units.
  •   Provisioning RODAM.
  •   Provisioning of Layer 2 equipment.
  •   Identifying Switch view of Network.
  •   Understanding point to point and point to multipoint.
  •   Provision Ethernet Services.
  •   Implementation of Quality of Service.
  •   Activation of service.
  •   Deactivation and Deletion of service.
  •   Monitoring & Reporting the status of SDH, DWDM and L2 equipment.
  •   Implementing and supporting Monitoring activities.
  •   Resolving actual or potential monitoring problems.
  •   Implementing rules, alerts and notifications for monitoring.
  •   Addressing queries in an accurate and timely manner.
  •   Generating required report in required format.
  •   Reviewing and analyzing reports.
  •   Submitting reports on time.
  •   Enhancing quality of reporting.