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Ref.: Advertisement published in Ananda Bazar Patrika on 12.06.

2018 (Tuesday)

Sl. No. A, B & C in Long term (Full Time) course is NSQF (National Skill Qualification Framework) aligned.

A. IT-O Level - Outline Syllabus (Duration: 480 hrs.)

Duration (in Hrs.)


Topic
Theory Practical Total
M1-R4 IT Tools and Business Systems 60 60 120
M2-R4 Internet Technology and Web Design 60 60 120
M3-R4 Programming and Problem Solving through C Language 60 60 120
Elective: (One Module out of the following three modules to
be chosen)
M4-R4 M4.1-R4 Application of .NET Technology 60 60 120
M4.2-R4 Introduction to Multimedia 60 60 120
M4.3-R4 Introduction to ICT Resources 60 60 120
PR Practical (Based on M1, M2, M3 & M4 module syllabus)
PJ Project
Total: 240 240 480

B. IT-A Level - Outline Syllabus (Duration: 1550 hrs.)

Duration (in Hrs.)


Topic
Theory Practical Total
A1-R4 IT Tools and Business Systems 60 60 120
A2-R4 Internet Technology and Web Design 60 60 120
A3-R4 Programming and Problem Solving through C Language 60 60 120
A4-R4 Computer System Architecture 60 60 120
A5-R4 Structured System Analysis & Design 60 60 120
A6-R4 Data Structure through C++ 60 60 120
A7-R4 Introduction to DBMS 60 60 120
A8-R4 Basics of OS, Unix & Shell Programming 60 60 120
A9-R4 Data Communication and Network Technologies 60 60 120
A10.1-R4 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming through JAVA 60 60 120
OR
A10.2-R4 Software Testing and Quality Management 60 60 120

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PR-1 Practical -1(Based on A1, A2, A3, A4 module syllabus)
PR-2 Practical -2 (based on A5,A6,A7,A8,A9,A10 modules syllabus)
PJ Project 350
Total: 600 600 1550

PRACTICAL EXAMINATION SCHEME

No of Practical Examination : Two


Duration of each Examination : Three hour duration including viva-voce
Max. marks in each Examination : 100=80 (Practical) + 20 (Viva)

All ‘O’, ‘A’ and ‘B’ Level Candidates under the revised syllabi (Revision 4) shall have to qualify the Practical Examination, in
addition to qualifying the theory examinations as well as the Project Work.
Practical-1 : Examination will be based on the syllabi A1-R4, A2-R4, A3-R4 and A4-R4 modules
Practical-2 : Will be based on the syllabi A5-R4, A6-R4, A7-R4, A8-R4, A9-R4 and A10-R4 modules.

PROJECT
DOEACC curriculum has a project as an important component of ‘A’ Level course. The Project is carried out by the student under
guidance and support of faculty and management of the respective institute.

C. CHM-O Level - Outline Syllabus

Total duration of the Courses : 400 Hours


Theory and Conceptual Classes : 214 Hours
Practical Classes : 186 Hours

Theory Exam would be of 100 marks & Practical Exam would be of 50 marks.
To pass the course, 50% marks are required in both theory and practical component in all six courses.

Duration (in Hrs.)


Module Topic
Theory Practical Total
H1 PC Hardware and Maintenance 30 30 60
H2 PC Architecture 30 20 50
H3 Advanced Networks and Networking Peripherals 40 40 80
H4 Operating Systems, Software & Tools 40 40 80
H5 Personality Development 34 16 50
H6 Devices and Applications 40 40 80

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Total : 214 186 400

Mod Prerequisite Learning outcome of this Topic Topics covered


H1 Basic electricity and On completion program the students will S-1 PC hardware
digital electronics, basic be able to understand the fundamentals of S-2 Primary Memory
knowledge about the Hardware, handling, testing & S-3 Secondary storage
computer systems troubleshooting of personal computer S-4 Power Supply
(identification with/ problems. S-5 Cabinet types
without working units)
will be an added
advantage.
H2 Basic knowledge of Able to diagnose the problem S-1 Introduction to Microprocessor
Digital Electronics, Desktop/Laptop/Mobile/ Note pad etc. S-2 ARM PROCESSORS
Number Systems and repair S-3 Troubleshooting & General PC
(Decimal, Binary, Octal, Problems
Hexa).
H3 Basic understanding of Subject contents are designed with an S-1 Networking Basics
computers networks intention to provide an Introduction to S-2 Network components & Management
and Internet, MSCIT Computer Networks, other relevant S-3 Data Communication, protocols and
course will be an added networks and extensively used Network filters
advantage peripherals. it also focuses on various S-4 Transmission Media and Networking
types of internet connections , network Connectivity Hardware
services , network security and finally S-5 Types of Internet connections and
deals with general troubleshooting and protocols
maintenance of Networks and networking S-6 Network services
peripherals. S-7 Network security
H4 Basic understanding of Subject contents are designed with an S-1 Basics of Operating System
computers Operating intention to provide an Introduction to the S-2 Memory management and file
system Operating system ( windows 7,8 & Linux), systems
types of software , software engineering S-3 Operating system Back-up and
basic, and understanding various restore
programming languages and platforms, it S-4 Advanced operating system concepts
also focuses on inbuilt diagnostic tools of S-5 Viruses & anti-viruses
windows. with additional information S-6 Operating system security
about file system, memory management, S-7 Introduction to Software and
system backup and restore , viruses and software engineering
anti viruses.
H5 Student should be Student will be capable for performing S-1 Personality Development

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prepared for changing better in their roles as leader/ manager/ S-2 Self Esteem and Stress Management
some habits, attitudes, well behaved/ well mannered personality S-3 Communication
beliefs and outlooks etc. in their future. S-4 Emergencies and management
S-5 Environmental Studies
H6 Basic knowledge of 1. Students will be able to Identify existing S-1 Input Devices and Applications
computer and its configuration of the computer and S-2 Display devices classification and its
Devices peripherals and also to troubleshoot and use
repair common problems with these S-3 Output Devices and Applications
devices of computers S-4 Secondary Storage Device media and
2. Students will be able to understand the Applications
applications of devices. S-5 Trouble Shooting related to device
and its use

Certificate Courses (Part Time) – Course Outline

Sl. No. 1, 2, 3, & 5 in Short term courses is NSQF (National Skill Qualification Framework) aligned.

Venue: SL -> Salt Lake Campus (033-4602-2246/0938) JU -> Jadavpur University Campus (033-2414-6081/6054)

Sl. Venue Course Name Eligibility Topics Covered


01. -- JU Assembly & Maintenance of 10th/12th/ITI/  Basic of computer, I/O devices, Different types of Mother
Personal Computer Polytechnic Board and Cards, Different types of RAM
[240 Hrs. [03days/wk] Diploma /  BIOS setup, Partitioning of HDD, Installation of
Graduation Operating system, Password resetting, Preventive and
breakdown maintenance, troubleshooting of sound, USB
and LAN
 Introduction to Application Software, Antivirus
Software, Utility Software, Multiple OS
 Integration of system, Troubleshooting, Power supply,
Storage devices, Installation, Repair and maintenance of
Keyboard, Mouse, Monitors

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 Types of printers, Printer interface and setting of dip
switches, working principles of printers, Types of UPS,
UPS replacement and maintenance.
 Assembly of PC, Maintenance and preventing PC,
Backup, Diagnostics tools, Virus protection program
02. SL JU Certified ANDROID Apps Graduate/  Introduction to Android and Creating Applications &
Developer Undergraduate Activities
[100 Hrs. (02days/wk)] and knowledge of  Creating User Interfaces and Intents, Broadcast
Java, Internet Receivers, Adapters and The Internet
Concepts and  Files, Saving State, and Preference, Database and Project
Database
03. SL JU Course on Computer At least 10th Pass  Introduction to computer
Concepts (CCC)  Introduction to GUI Based Operating System
[80 Hrs.]  Elements of Word Processing
 Spreadsheets
 Introduction to Internet, WWW and web browsers
 Communication and Collaboration
 Application of presentations
 Application of Digital Financial Services
04. SL JU Certified Course in Web Basic knowledge  Introduction to Internet to Web Design
Designing of Computer  HTML
[80 Hrs., 04days/wk, (6-8)  DHTML
pm]  JavaScript
 Flash
 Photoshop
 CSS
 Project on Website Development
05. -- JU Certificate Course in Core At least 10+2  Introduction to OOP’s Classes and Objects
JAVA passed with  Packages & interfaces
[80 Hrs., 03days/wk,] Computer  Exception handling
Programming  Multithreading
knowledge  Applets & Swing
 SQL & JDBC
 Java I/O
06. SL JU Certificate Course in 10+2 pass with  Concept of Financial Accounting
Advanced Accounting using Commerce  Capital & Revenue Expenditure, Provisions & Reserves
Tally & GST background  Company & Account master Creation

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[80 Hrs., 03days]  Voucher types
 Preparation of reports
 Introduction to Accounts with inventory
 Inventory enabled voucher entry
 Inventory based report
 GST Overview (Acts & Rules)
 Cost centers, Budgets, Scanners
 Job, Contract & Process costing
 Backup Restore & Security features
 Payroll, PF, ESI & Gratuity
 How to appear Interview
07. -- JU MATLAB Programming ME/MTech/MCA/  Introduction to MATLAB
[ 36 Hrs. (5-6) pm] BCA/B.Sc/M.Sc,  Graph plots
(Monday through Friday) Diploma &  procedure & functions
Engineering  control statements
graduates  manipulating text
(undergoing also)  GUI interface
 Introduction to simulink
 Introduction to Digital Image processing tool box
08. -- JU Certificate Course in Engineering  Image processing fundamentals
Machine Learning, AI, Graduates /  Image Digitization
Optimization Techniques & Diploma  Image Enhancement & Restoration
Image Processing using (undergoing  Image Compression
MATLAB also)/ Science  Edge and Boundary Detection
[ 36 Hrs. (5-6) pm, Graduates  Image Filter
(Monday through Friday)] (undergoing also)  Image Registration

09. SL JU Summer Training in any of Android, MATLAB, R & Python, Big data, Machine Learning, IoT, GIS

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Courses at IT Parks

NIELIT Kolkata has taken initiative to conduct the Computer Training Program in and around six IT parks of West Bengal for
unemployed youths to increase their skills in IT, Electronics and IT enabled services by extension of locational presence of
NIELIT Kolkata.

Six IT Parks are located at (1) Bolpur, (2) Kharagpur (3) Asansol (4) Purulia (5) Barjora and (6) Siliguri.

Courses are offered at Six IT Parks: The following Courses of 42 hours (1 and ½ months) will be offered in different phases:

i. Certificate Course in Android Apps Development

ii. Certificate course in IoT using Python

iii. Certificate Course in Office Automation and Practices

iv. Certificate Course in Assembly & Maintenance of PC

v. Certificate Course in Desk Top Publishing

vi. Certificate Course in Soft Skill

vii. Certificate Course in Multimedia

viii. Certificate Course in Financial Accounting


ix. Certificate Course on Solar Technologies

Registration of Students

1. The students are to be registered with NIELIT Kolkata.


2. The admission of a student will be confirmed after registration. Without valid registration the students cannot be given any
confirmation by the institute.
3. The student should submit valid photo identification proof (valid Aadhar Card/ PAN Card/ Voter ID/ Passport/ Driving
License) along with application form.

Eligibility

1. The candidates should reside within those mentioned districts.


2. The Candidate must submit the photocopy of photo identity proof and their educational qualification along with NIELIT
application.
3. Taking admission in more than one course by a student will be discouraged.
4. The candidate will be selected by a committee.
5. Academic eligibility of the students (according to the course).
6. The following additional points will be considered for selection.
 Economically Weaker sections (EWS) are preferred.
 Basic Computer knowledge and intention to setup entrepreneurship.

Examination and Certification

1. NIELIT Kolkata will conduct the skill evaluation examination as per practice.
2. Certificates will be issued to the successful candidates. All the successful candidates would be issued the Certificate and
Grade card.

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