Professional Development Course – BSDI

Database Management Systems


The Database Management Systems (DBMS) course provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the principles, techniques, and best practices involved in managing databases effectively. Participants will learn to design, implement, and administer relational database systems, ensuring data integrity, security, and accessibility in various organizational contexts.

Course Contents:

  1. Introduction to Databases and DBMS
  2. Relational Database Model and SQL Fundamentals
  3. Database Design and Normalization
  4. Indexing and Query Optimization
  5. Transaction Management and Concurrency Control
  6. Data Backup, Recovery, and Disaster Planning
  7. Database Security and Access Control
  8. Introduction to NoSQL Databases
  9. Database Administration and Performance Tuning
  10. Emerging Trends in Database Management

Career Prospects:

Upon completion of the Database Management Systems course, participants will be equipped for diverse career opportunities in database administration, data management, and related fields. Career prospects include:

– Database Administrator (DBA)

– Data Analyst

– Data Engineer

– Database Developer

– Database Architect

– Business Intelligence (BI) Developer

– Data Warehouse Manager

Job Roles:

Participants will gain the skills necessary to design, implement, and manage relational and non-relational databases efficiently. They will learn to optimize database performance, ensure data integrity, implement security measures, and troubleshoot database-related issues. Additionally, participants will acquire hands-on experience with SQL and other database management tools, enabling them to support organizational data needs effectively.


The Database Management Systems course spans 3 months, with a total of 36 hours of instruction. Participants will engage in lectures, practical exercises, case studies, and projects to deepen their understanding of DBMS concepts and develop practical skills in managing databases.

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Duration: 3 Months
Video: 36 hours