DOEACC '0' LEVEL COURSE(Foundation/Junior Programmer Level)
The objective of the course is to enable a student to acquire the knowledge and skills pertaining to Information Technology (IT Tools and Business Systems, Internet Technology and Web design, Programming and Problem Solving through 'C', Application of .NET Technology/Introduction to Multimedia/Introduction to ICT Resources.
- Junior Programmer
- EDP Assistant
- Web Designer
- Tech Support Executive
- Lab Demonstrator
DOEACC 'O' Level Course consists of 4 theory modules (3 compulsory modules and 1 elective module), 1 Practical examination and a Project.
In order to improve employability of its students, classes will be conducted on Professional English, Communication Skills and Personality Development as an Integral Part of the Course.
10+2 or ITI Certificate (One Year) after class 10 or Successful completion of the second year of a 3-year Government recognized polytechnic engineering diploma course after class 10. The 'O' level certificate will be awarded only after successful completion of the polytechnic engineering diploma.
Award of Qualification
The students would be eligible for the award of 'O' Level Certificate on successfully qualifying the Theory Examinations of all modules, Practical Examination and the Project. The 'O' Level Certificate is recognized as equivalent to Foundation Level Course by the Government of India for the purpose of employment. A student will also be awarded Higher Diploma in Information Technology by the institute on completion of the course as per institute's norms.
100% placement assistance will be given to all students on successful completion of the course as per norms.
The institute provides merit scholarships based on a student's performance in the Internal/DOEACC examinations.
DOEACC Scholarship Scheme for SC/ST/Physically Handicapped & Female Candidates
Under this scheme candidates pursuing the 'O' Level course through an accredited institute are offered scholarship upto Rs.4,000/-, subject to meeting the specified norms.
Admission to the course is based on written test/academic performance/interview. A candidate willing to take admission has to apply in the prescribed application form.
Employment Exchange Minutes
"The ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, has recognized 'O' level and 'A' examinations conducted by the Computer Society of India under the Department of Electronics Accreditation of Computer Courses (DOEACC) scheme as equivalent to Foundation course and Advanced Diploma level course, respectively, for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the Central Government w.e.f. 1 March, 1995 vide their notification nos. F.18-23/92-TD/. V/TS-IV, dated 1.3.95 and 10.4.96. "In a partial modification dated 10.4.96, "the Government of India has resolved to recognize, w.e.f. July, 1995, the change in the name of the examination-conducting/awarding body for 'O' level and 'A' level courses from Computer Society of India to the Department of Electronics Accreditation of Computer Courses (DOEACC) Society. In view of above notifications, the passed out candidates with 'O' level and 'A' level qualifications from the DOEACC Society will henceforth be eligible for registration in employment exchanges for job assistance."
M1: IT Concepts, Tools and Business System
Operating System (Windows & Linux)
Data Base Management System
Information Technology Applications in Society
M2: Internet Technology and Web Design
Introduction to Internet
TCP/IP - Internet Technology and Protocol
Services on Internet
Current Trends on Internet
Web Publishing and Browsing
ASP, VB Script, Java Script, Front Page, Flash
Internet Security Management Concepts, Information Privacy and Copyright Issues
M3: Programming in 'C'
Introduction to Programming
Algorithms for Problem Solving
Introduction to 'C' Language
Conditional Statements and Loops
Structures and Unions
Self Referential Structures and Linked Lists
Elective (any one)
M4.1: . NET Technology
The .NET framework
C# Using Libraries
Advanced Features Using C#
File and Database Applications (ODBC)
Advanced Programming Constructs
.NET Architecture and Advanced Tools
M4.2: Multimedia Technology
Introduction to Multimedia
Computer Fonts and Hypertext
Audio fundamentals and representations
Image Fundamentals and representations
Video and Animation
Using Multimedia tools such as Flash, Dreamweaver, Photoshop etc. or any other open source multimedia tools.
M4.3: Introduction to ICT Resources
(PC and Network Administration)
PC Assembly, Operation and Troubleshooting
Note : Electives will be offered at the discretion of the institute.
PJ: Project Work
PE: Professional English
CS: Communication Skills
PD: Personality Development