Code: CoEB 104 Name: Basic Computer application I (Computer Fundamentals & Introduction to Operating Systems – DOS, Windows XP) Number

of Credits: 2 13.5.4 Sub-Enabling Outcomes • Ability to identify the functions of computer peripherals • Ability to identify input/output peripherals • Ability identify the functions of each computer parts • Ability to identify hardware and software problems • Ability to identify defective parts • Ability to identify operating systems • Ability to manage files 13.5.5 13.5.6 Prerequisite Module: Learning Context This module will be conducted through Lectures, Laboratory work, guided independent work. Industrial placement, short practical /theoretical tests, Industrial visits and placement Computer System Memory and CPU Input and Output Application software System software, Operating system, Disk operating (DOS) commands Introduction to Windows, creating. Retrieving, Saving and Editing Documents Pre-requisite Module None Learning Context Lectures, Laboratory work, guided independent work. Learning Materials Text Books, computers, white board, Marker Pens. References 1. Morris M & Charles, M. Logol Computer Designer Fundamentals, #rd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2003. 5. Herniter, M. E Personal Computer Fundamentals for Students, Hardware Windows 2000 application, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 2000. 6. Cook, L.R> Computer Fundamentals – Understanding How they Work, 1 st edition, Ventage press, 2001. 7. Steve Sagman (1999) Microsoft Office 2000 for Window: Visual Quickstart Guide. 8. Ed Bott and Carl Siechert (2001) Microsoft Windows XP Inside out. 11.13.2 Integrated Method of Assessment 1

Continuous Assessment End of Semester Examination 40% 60% 2 .

inserting and moving text-using menu Creating workbook. entering formula and function Adjusting spacing and data alignment. demonstration and practical computer lab with tutor guidance and consultation. entering data. visits. deleting. Industrial placement. page formatting. inserting graphics and creating tables Printing documents. Laboratory work and guided independent work Changing. Saxena (2001) “MS-Word 2000 in a Nutshell” ICDL Curriculum 3 .Code Name CoEB 204 Basic Computer Applications II ( MS. creating test column Merger and speller. merging and tabs. changing fonts. and Creating charts. Learning Materials Integrated Method of Assessment Continuous Assessment 40 % End of Semester Examination 60 % References: Curtis Frye (2001): Microsoft Excel Version 2002 Step by Step S.Word & Excel) 3 Number of Credits Sub-Enabling Outcomes • Ability to write documents • Ability to arrange documents • Ability to use worksheets in the daily activities • Ability to manage data Pre-requisite module: CoEB 104 Basic Computer Applications I Learning Context Lectures. editing data in the worksheet.

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