About SMT Computer Institute 1.

SMT Computer Institute is run by a non-profit making Trust, registered under the Trust/ Society registration act and bears a registration number. 2. It’s the first government recognized computer-training institute at Hardwar city. 3. SMT Computer institute is recognized by Department of Electronics (DOE), Government of India to run ‘O’ and ‘A’ Level courses. 4. SMT Computer Institute is also the authorized study center for Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak to run various IT courses like APGDCA and M.Sc. (Computer Science). 5. Recently SMT Computer Institute has also started Computer Hardware/ Networking and Accounting Courses also with ETCDRC (An Agra based Ltd. Company) as their knowledge partners. 6. Soon SMT Computer Institute is also going to start various courses in Retail, Recruitment, Human Resource, Banking and Finance Management along with Oyster (Noida based company). 7. SMT Computer Institute has its own franchisee network around the region and is backed by a multinational Delhi based IT company with proficiency in ERP, WEB development, Networking, Publishing and Hardware Solutions. SMT Computer Institute is in collaboration with: SMT [Sanju Memorial Trust, A memorial Trust working in national interest] 4cplus [Delhi based IT skill set company] CCPL [Delhi based Hardware company] DOEACC Society [Govt. of India scheme, New Delhi] MDU [Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak] ETCRDC [ET Career Development & Research Centre, Agra] OYSTER [Educational Services Company, NOIDA] SMTCI Courses:Internet A-Z [Internet Awareness/Handling Program] Minimum Eligibility: 8th Duration: 10 Days Multimedia Packages [Flash/ Photoshop/ Coreldraw/ Pagemaker/ Diretor/ Illustrator/ Dreamweaver] Minimum Eligibility: 8th Duration: 20 Days Business Package [Office Automation Awareness Program] Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 1 Month Computer Languages [C/ C++/ VB/ Java/ SQL/ COBOL/ Fortran/ Pascal/ DS] Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 1-2 Months Summer Kids [Computer Application Awareness for kids] Minimum Eligibility: 5th Duration: 2 Months DTP [Desk Top Publishing] Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 3 Months WEB DESIGNING Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 3 Months IBL [Introductory Basic Learning] Minimum Eligibility: 8th

Duration: 3 Months Tally [Financial Accounting] Minimum Eligibility: 12th Duration: 4 Months DOAA [Diploma in Office Automation and Accounting] Minimum Eligibility: 12th Duration: 6 Months CCM [Certificate Course in Multimedia] Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 6 Months SPSC [Smart People Smart Course] Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 1 Year DIPW [Diploma in Programming and Web] Minimum Eligibility: 12th Duration: 1 Year ADMAT [Advanced Diploma in Multimedia and Web Technology] Minimum Eligibility: 12th Duration: 1 Year Fashion Designing Minimum Eligibility: 12th Duration: 1 Year DOEACC Courses:CCC [Course on Computer Concepts] Minimum Eligibility: 8th Duration: 3 Months ‘O’ Level [Foundation Level] Minimum Eligibility: 12th Duration: 1 Year ‘A’ Level [Advanced Level] Minimum Eligibility: Graduate/ ‘O’ Level Duration: 1 Year MDU, Rohtak Courses:APGDCA Minimum Eligibility: Graduate Duration: 1 Year M.Sc. (Computer Science) Minimum Eligibility: Graduate/ APGDCA/ ‘A’ Level Duration: 2 Years ETCDRC [ET Career Development & Research Centre] *Over 10,000 jobs in the next 5 years ADCHN - Advanced Diploma in Computer Hardware & Networking

Advanced Certified Professional Accountant Minimum Eligibility: 12th Duration: 1 Year Sem – I Computer Fundamentals Computer Certified Application Business Accounting Taxation (Direct Taxes – Income Tax) Taxation (Indirect Taxes – VAT) Sem – II International Trade Corporate & Industrial Law Banking & Finance Investments & Insurance Capital Market Operations Internship Oyster Learning [Educational Services Company] Retail Management Minimum Eligibility: 10+2 Duration: 6 Months + Internship Classroom training Market Visits Internship Banking. Financial Services and Insurance Management Minimum Eligibility: 10+2 .Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 1 ½ Year Sem – I [Hardware with Card Level] Computer Fundamental Microsoft Certified Application Electronics (EL+) Hardware (A+) Operating System PC Maintenance (Assembling. Dissembling. Troubleshooting) Network Essentials (N+) Personality Development Sem – II [Hardware with Chip Level] Repairing of Power Supply Printers Monitors (LCD & TFT) Motherboard Laptop Maintenance Sem – III (Advanced Hardware and Networking) MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) MCSA (Microsoft Certified System Administrator) CCNA (Cisco Certified Networking Associate) RHCT (Red Hat Certified Technology) ACPA .

of India.Equivalent MCA Level C Level . of Electronics (now Ministry of Communications & Information Technology) Govt. Members of the Council consist of eminent academia from IITs. Universities. and professionals from the industry. the society has revolutionalised computer knowledge dissemination. Government of India. of India. the prime objective of DOEACC Society is to bring the most updated global industry relevant computer education. 1860. Realising the wide gap in the availability of quality computer professionals to meet India’s ambitious leadership plans in software exports. Govt. Specific Levels of courses: O Level . etc. The objective of this scheme is to develop quality manpower in the field of IT by utilizing the expertise available with the computer training institutes who are granted accreditation for conducting specified levels of course all over the India and even abroad.Equivalent to Advanced Diploma in Computer Applications B Level . DOEACC Society is implementing a joint scheme of AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) and DIT (Department of Information Technology) formerly DOE (Department of Electronics). under the chairmanship of the Minister of State. The management and administration of the Society is overseen by Governing Council.Equivalent to Foundation level course A Level . by offering its meticulously prepared curriculum through the no-formal sector. The Society was formed on the 9th November 1994 and is registered under the Societies Registration Act.Duration: 6 Months + Internship Classroom training Internship Recruitment Management Minimum Eligibility: Graduate Duration: 6 Months + Internship Classroom training Internship Human Resource Management Minimum Eligibility: Graduate Duration: 6 Months + Internship Classroom training Internship Conversational English with PD Minimum Eligibility: 10th Duration: 3 Months Classroom training Practical Skills What is DOEACC Bringing quality computer education within reach of more Set up as an autonomous organization under the Dept. within the reach of more and more. Communications & Information Technology.

a student has to apply in a prescribed format with a fee. consisting of academicians and professionals in the computer field including representatives from the IT industry.50. The total number of papers.94. The revised syllabi have been designed to facilitate students in the development of concept-based approach for problem solving using IT as a tool. The detailed eligibility criteria for individual levels is as under: . governing accreditation for that Level. Registration Registration is mandatory for students to appear for the DOEACC examination. Salient features of the revised version include: (a) Introduction of practical examinations for the first time (b) Introduction of credit scheme to facilitate other academic organizations/ universities in India and abroad for determining the academic professional equivalence and (c) Inclusion of Free domain Software in the curricula. As on 1st January 2004. Syllabus Syllabus for different levels are designed and finalized by a Syllabus Committee for each Level.The courses are to be conducted according to prescribed syllabus for each Level. As on 1st January 2004 about 839 institutes have been approved in the country to conduct 1133 courses ('O' Level 739. 'A' Level 303. The examinations are managed by a Board of Examinations consisting of academia and professionals.275. As on 1st January 2004. namely `O'/`A'/`B'/`C' on All India basis in about 106 centres. namely.055 candidates who have qualified all the theory papers at the respective levels. if they fulfill the prescribed eligibility criteria. The number of paper/module candidates for the last examination (July 2003) was about 1. Eligibility Criteria The basic entry level is a 10+2 or 10+ ITI qualifications. Based on the recommendations. Depending on the educational qualifications. to be set for the examination is 148. The Convener and members are chosen from a database of experts. There is also a provision for horizontal entry at higher levels for students and professionals with university degree qualifications. for all the Levels. Syllabi are updated at reasonable intervals to meet the requirements of industry. the number of registrants with the Society is about 4. 2003 and in respect of 'B' and 'C' Level courses has commenced from July 2003 and first examination held in January 2004. a student can select one of the four levels of O/A/B/C. thereby training the candidates to update themselves on the changing technologies in their area of work. specifically in each case to make an on the spot inspection of the institutes and make recommendations on grant of accreditation.872. 'O'/ 'A' /'B'/ 'C'. The self-learning approach is built into the syllabus. Institutes apply to the DOEACC Society in the prescribed format with a fee. Students from accredited institutes as well as working professionals are eligible to appear for the examinations at these Levels conducted by the DOEACC Society. a student can be registered at only one Level. Teaching for Third Revised syllabus in respect of DOEACC 'O' and 'A' level courses has commenced from January 2003 and the first examination was conducted in July. specifies the norms and criteria. 'B' Level 81 and 'C' Level 10) to conduct DOEACC accredited courses. a total of 42. For getting registered with he DOEACC Society. At a point of time. Accreditation The prospectus for each Level of courses. consisting of a Convener and two members. A Screening Committee is constituted by the Society. Examinations Examinations are conducted twice a year in January and July for all the level of courses.080 candidates have been issued certificates so far out of the 69. accreditation is granted.

followed in each case. by an accredited 'A' Level course (no concurrency). Tech/BE/MCA/MSc/Master's Degree in Mathematics/ Statistics/ Operations Research/MBA (or equivalent) with B. followed in each case. followed in each case. by an accredited 'B' Level course (First two semesters are exempted for those who pass 'A' Level in full. Graduate/Government recognised polytechnic engineering diploma. / B. followed by an accredited 'O' Level course concurrently during the third year of the said polytechnic engineering diploma course. GATE (Computer). excludes coaching. followed in each case. they hadundergone. 'B' Level 'A'/Government recognised PPDCA/Government recognised PGDCA/Government recognised polytechnic engineering diploma/Graduate.LEVEL Candidates Appearing Through Accredited Institute Direct Applicants 'O' 10+2 or ITI Certificate (One Year) after class 10 followed in each case. excludes coaching. Or A Government recognised polytechnic engineering diploma after 10+2/ Graduate and an accredited 'A' Level course in each case (May be concurrent). (Mathematics/Statistics). 'C' Level 'B'/B. (First two semesters are exempted for those who pass 'A' level in full.year relevant experience. Relevant experience connotes job experience in IT. Relevant experience connotes job experience in IT. Followed in each case. conducted by DGE&T (Govt. Candidates having Government recognised PPDCA/Government recognised PGDCA will also be eligible for exemption of some subjects depending on the courses.A. Relevant experience connotes job experience in IT. Or a pass in the NCVTDP&CS (Data Preparation & Computer Software) Examination. including teaching in a recongnised institution as a faculty member. including teaching in a recognised institution as a faculty member excludes coaching. including teaching in a recongnised institution as a faculty member. Relevant experience connotes job experience in IT. by one year relevant experience. by an accredited 'O' Level course. Or Successful completion of the second year of a Government recognised polytechnic engineering diploma course after class 10. followed in each case. Level 'O'/Government recognised polytechnic engineering diploma/ Graduate. by one and half year relevant experience. on a case by case basis).Sc. 10+2 or ITI Certificate (One Year) after class 10. polytechnic engineering diploma after 10+2 or degree. followed in each case. on a case by case basis). excludes coaching. GATE (Computer). including teaching in a recongnised institution as a faculty member. Candidates having Government recognised PPDCA/Government recognised PGDCA will also be eligible for exemption of some subjects depending on the courses they had undergone. Level 'B'/B Tech/BE/MCA/MSc/Master's Degree in Mathematics Statistics/Operations Research/MBA (or equivalent) with BSc/BA (Mathematics/statistics). of India) 'A' Level 'O'/ Government recognised polytechnic engineering diploma after class 10. Even after clearing 'A' Level the diploma will be awarded only after successful completion of the academic stream i. by an accredited 'C' Level course. followed in each case by three years relevant experience. by one.e. Educational Opportunities in Computers & Information Technology . by two years relevant experience. The 'O' level certificate will be awarded only after successful completion of the polytechnic engineering diploma. Level 'A'/Government recognised PPDCA/Government recognised PGDCA.

sending mails. viewing information on Internet (the Web). On successful completion of the course. Project Managers IT Consultants R & D Scientists System Specialists A LEVEL      C LEVEL     Course on Computer Concepts (CCC) This 80 hours duration course is designed to impart basic computer knowledge to the common man. preparing business presentations.THE DOEACC WAY O LEVEL     Assistant Programmers EDP Assistants Web Designer Lab Demonstrator B LEVEL      System Analyst Database Administrators Software Engineers Senior Faculty Network System Administrators Programmer Web Administrators Training Faculty Web Content Developer Trouble Shooter etc. .CAREER PATH . etc. keeping accounts. the incumbent can use a computer for basic purpose of preparing personal/business letters.

Internet & Web Design Elective: (One Module to be chosen out of the following two) . Flexibility  Vertical integration at 'O'. As a result of the MoU. 'A' and 'B' Level courses exists. the facility of Online Registration shall also be available. DOEACC Courses -Syllabus 'O' Level Course Structure M1-R3 M2-R3 M3-R3 M4-R3 .  Fill-up the registration form for the level at which you wish to join and submit the same along with the registration fee and other documents as per instructions in the registration form. a student after qualifying 'O' Level can move to 'A' Level.  Obtain a lost of DOEACC Accredited Institutes from the Society or its website and choose the suitable one for joining. Eligible students get exemption in such subjects.  MoU signed with Singapore Computer Society and National Information Competency Centre. Republic of Sri Lanka. academia and training institutes through national and regional workshops. the certificate is given to the student only after completion of the degree. F. then to 'B' Level and finally to 'C' Level. as announced by AICTE.  The Scheme is highly flexible. Singapore for mutual recognition of DOEACC Qualifications ('B' & 'C' Levels)  MoU signed with Ministry of Science & Technology and Council for Information Technology. DOEACC 'A'. vide notification Nos. Colombo for the conduct of DOEACC Examinations at Sri Lanka.IT Tools & Applications .Recognition DOEACC 'O' and 'A' level qualifications are recognized for the purpose of employment by the Government of India. International Cooperation  MoU signed with Central Academy of IT (CAIT). Three subjects at 'O' Level are common with 'A' Level and 10 subjects of 'A' Level are common with 'B' Level. Recognition of 'B' Level qualification as equivalent to MCA. Leading computer software organizations in the private sector have recognized DOEACC Qualifications. V/TS-IV dated the 1st March 1995 and 10th April 1996 respectively. The Society is implementing this Scheme in Sri Lanka and Nepal. as they have shown interest for similar arrangements for establishing a similar Scheme in their own countries. For example. Necessary feedback and inputs are obtained from industry. Japan for mutual recognition of DOEACC Qualifications.18-23/92-TD. A graduate can directly join 'B' level and also a student undergoing graduation can concurrently opt for 'A' level.  Keeping in view the industry's need and with the fast changing technology in IT field.Business Systems . which are held regularly. DOEACC Courses are regularly upgraded and revised. However. 'B' and 'C' Level Qualifiers are eligible for issue of visas by the Government of Japan.  After July 2004. How to apply  The registration forms can be downloaded from the DOEACC Website or can be acquired from the office of the Society by post or in person free of cost.  DOEACC is also interacting with many other countries. Recognition to DOEACC 'C' Level qualification is expected shortly. Students can join the Scheme from diverse academic background and lateral entry is also permitted. DOEACC 'A' level is considered equivalent to CAITs 'FE-SS' (Fundamental Information Technology Engineers Examination of Skill Standards) under the fundamental IT examination scheme of Japan as per the MoU signed between DOEACC and CAIT of Japan.

1-R3 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming & C++ A10.1-R3 Programming & Problem Solving through 'C' Language M4. A6.Programming & Problem Solving through 'C' Language A4-R3 -Computer Organization A5-R3 . A7.IT Tools & Applications A2-R3 . A9. A10 module Syllabus) PJ .3-R3 Computer Graphics PR-1 Practical –1 (Based on A1.M4. A2.Project 'A' Level Course Structure A1-R3 .Introduction to Data Base Management Systems A8-R3 .Basics of OS.Data Structures through 'C' Language A7-R3 . A3.2-R3 Programming through Visual Basic PR Practical .(Based on M1-R3 to M4-R3) PJ . A4 module Syllabus) PR-2 Practical –2 (Based on A5.2-R3 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming through JAVA A10. A8. Unix & Shell Programming A9-R3 .Data Communication & Computer Networks A10-R3 Elective: (One out of the following three subjects to be chosen) A10.Business Systems A3-R3 .Project .Structured System Analysis & Design A6-R3 .

to maintain their small accounts using the computers and enjoy in the world of Information Technology.1 Candidates sponsored by DOEACC approved Institutes permitted to conduct CCC Course irrespective of any educational qualifications. This course is.360/.3 Direct Applicants (without essentially undergoing the Accredited Course or without being sponsored by a Govt.examination fee + Rs. therefore. However. preparing his business presentations. this. recognised School/College) . Fee Plan: 1. This helps the small business communities. etc. housewives. After completing the course the incumbent should be able to the use the computer for basic purposes of preparing his personnel/business letters.A minimum educational qualification of passing Matric/High School/SSLC or equivalent.irrespective of any educational qualifications. No separate accreditation is required for such institutes. 50/. Government recognised Schools/Colleges are also eligible to field candidates to DOEACC's CCC Examinations. Besides. CALENDAR OF EVENTS Examination Fee: The duly filled in downloaded examination forms can be submitted with a Demand Draft of Rs. Note: Accredited Institutes shall continue to directly submit their requests for permission (Application Proforma) to conduct CCC to DOEACC headquarters at Delhi.(Rs. The last date of receipt of such forms is 10 days after the normal cut off date for receipt of Examination Forms. Institutions falling under the above categories are required to inform DOEACC Society in writing and obtain permission before the commencement of the course.20/-. The Examination Fee is Rs. 2.per Examination Application Form. designed to be more practical oriented.form processing charges) drawn in favour of DOEACC payable at the respective city of the Regional Centre where the form is to be deposited by the Institute / Candidate. Examination: Examination for the certificate course will be conducted by the DOEACC Society initially twice a year.2 Candidates sponsored by Government recognized Schools/Colleges having obtained an Unique Identity number from DOEACC for conducting CCC .340/-. Provision of Late Fee:Examination forms can be submitted with late fee @ Rs. The Examination form costs Rs. viewing information on internet (the web). consisting of: i) Theory 25 hours ii) Tutorials 5 hours iii) Practicals 50 hours The course could ideally be a two weeks intensive course.CCC Introduction: This course is designed to aim at imparting a basic level IT Literacy programme for the common man. . 340/. and 2.20/. Eligibility: The candidates can appear in the DOEACC CCC Examination through following three modes and the eligibility criteria for each mode are indicated against each: 2. preparing small databases etc. 2. Who can conduct the course: Institutes conducting any of the O/A/B/C Level accredited courses may conduct the Course on Computer Concepts. receiving and sending mails. This programme has essentially been conceived with an idea of giving an opportunity to the common man to attain computer literacy thereby contributing to increased and speedy PC penetration in different walks of life. Duration: The total duration of the course is 80 hours.

CCC (Course on Computer Concepts) is offered by the Society all over the country. Some of the top notch companies who regularly seek successful qualifiers are : • • • • • • • • • • • V.An IT Literacy course namely. Activity For candidates appearing through approved Institutes For candidates appearing as direct applicant Feb June Oct Feb June Oct Exam Exam Exam Exam Exam Exam Commencement date for receipt Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding of filled in forms 1st Oct 1st Feb 1st June 1st Oct 1st Feb 1st June Last date for receipt of requests Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding for Exam Forms 31st Dec 30th Apr 31st Aug 5th Dec 5th Apr 5th Aug Last date for submission of -do-do-doPreceding Preceding Preceding filled-in Forms without late fee 10th Dec 10th Apr 10th Aug Last date for submission of Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding Preceding filled-in Forms with late fee 10th Jan 10th May 10th Sep 20th Dec 20th Apr 20th Aug th th th th th Date of commencement of 4 4 4 4 4 Saturday 4th Exam.i. Saturday Saturday Saturday Saturday of June Saturday of of Feb of June of Oct of Feb Oct DOEACC Courses 1.S. CONCOR UPSC CRIS GOVERMENT MINISTRIES BANKING SERVICES NHPC IDBI ONGC SHIPPING CORPORATION OF INDIA RAILWAY RECRUITMENT BOARD .N.L. 2Career After Doeacc Courses Some of the Institutions/Companies seeking DOEACC Qualifiers : A brilliant future awaits DOEACC Qualifiers in some of the most prestigious Government and private organizations.

doeacc. The current schedule of cut-off dates is: Level Cut-off Dates January Exams July Exams O Level Preceding 30th June Preceding 31st December A/B/C Levels Preceding 31st July Preceding 31st January (iii) Candidates are not eligible to appear in the relevant examination if their Registration Forms are received after the stipulated cut-off dates. However. each candidate gets a unique identification number. Application Forms for examinations are different from Registration Forms. unless all conditions. which is attached at Annexure-I. relevant to the examination are fulfilled by the candidate. 2. Candidates should apply for registration in the prescribed form. Registration. does not entitle a candidate to appear for an examination at the level concerned. c) Registration . What is Registration? A system of registration of candidates has been evolved to monitor the growth of a student through the various levels of courses under the DOEACC Scheme and to enable the Society to infer the likely number of candidates appearing in a particular examination in advance to ensure proper planning for the forthcoming examinations. Registration forms are available from the DOEACC Society free of cost and can be obtained either in person or through post. Registration Number is also different from Roll Number of a candidate. d) (i) The DOEACC Society at New Delhi is the authority for registration for all levels. stipulated in the examination application form. cut-off dates have been prescribed for receipt of completed registration forms. How to apply for Registration? a) While applying for registration. An attested photocopy of the certificate of highest educational qualification attained by the candidate . and in any other notification. Registration is a pre-requisite for appearing in DOEACC O/A/B/C level examinations. Clear Photostat copies of the Registration Forms may be made use of by candidates for applying for registration.Free of cost. Essentially a candidate can register at only one level at any point of time and appearing for an examination at any other level is not permitted. (ii) Registration is open throughout the year.org.pre-requisite for appearing in Examination.• HAL Registration 1. 3. a) Registration Forms . except for certain specific cases as may be notified by DOEACC from time to time. Arrangements are also being made to enable students and institutes to down load the Performa from the DOEACC web site (http://www. b) A student can register only at one level at a time. Registration is only for candidates and not for institutes.in). by itself. Under the system of Registration. for examination. the Registration Form duly filled in should be sent to the DOEACC Society with a photograph affixed thereon attested by a Gazetted Officer/Panchayat/Bank Officer/Centre Manager of the institute where the candidate has undergone the accredited course.

should be attached. This facility would be available only to the students of the institutes running accredited courses. 5. the registration is valid for ten consecutive examinations for O/A levels and twelve consecutive examinations for B/C levels. Registration Forms of newly admitted students of the institutes conducting accredited courses will be accepted by the DOEACC Society up to one month beyond the normal cut-off dates. In such an event.300/C Level Rs.a) Validity of Registration. c) Other instructions to applications given in the Registration Forms should be strictly adhered to while sending the Registration Form. Students from institutes running accredited courses can submit their examination application forms for the next higher level in the next immediate examination on successful completion of all modules/papers of the level by using the old registration number and paying the difference of registration fee and charges for publication.300/B Level Rs. the Registration Fee is charged at the following rates: O Level Rs. a) Submission of Registration Forms through Authorized Institutes. List of Institutes (one time) and Newsletters for one year from the date of Registration. reckoned from the specific examination as indicated in the Registration Allocation Letter issued to the candidates. b) Presently. the registration would be automatically upgraded. intending to register at another level. will have to remit the full registration fee and charges for publications for the latter level along with a registration form duly filled in.300/* Denotes mandatory charges for despatch of Students Guide. . without clearing all modules/papers of the former level. b) It is advised that candidates may register themselves as early as possible without waiting for the cut-off date. The registration fee for the level should also be sent through Demand Draft in favour of DOEACC payable at Delhi. Once registered at a particular level. b) Cut-off dates extended by one month for new students. c) Applications for registration for next level. provided such forms are duly sponsored by institutes conducting accredited courses and accompanied by a soft file containing the data pertaining to the Registration Forms in the data structure provided by the DOEACC Society. d) (i) Eligibility for obtaining a certificate when one applies for next level registration and fail some modules of the previous level. The difference of registration fee and charges for publications would be in addition to the requisite amount of examination fee and postal charges and will have to be remitted through a separate demand draft. A candidate registered at one level.300/A Level Rs. 4.

For "B" level: if you have two years working experience in computer field after "A" level /PGDCA/PPDCA or 3 years working experience in computer field after graduation/Govt. For detailed syllabus please visit http://www. (Maths/Stats/OR). For "C" level: if you have one and a half year working experience in computer field after "B" level/MSc. For "O" level : if you have One year working experience in computer field after 10 + 2/ 10 + ITI. BE. How to appear in the DOEACC examination? Registration with DOEACC is a prerequisite for appearing in the examination. 6. For "A" level : if you have One year working experience in computer field after graduation / 'O' level/Govt. What is “CCC” Course"? Course on Computer Concept (CCC) is designed to aim at imparting a basic level appreciation for the common man. recognized Polytechnic Engg. Can I appear in "B" level as direct candidate after clearing "A" level? Yes.in What is the duration of CCC course? Normally the CCC course duration is 80 hours (Theory: 25 Hrs + Tutorials: 5 Hrs + Practical: 50 Hrs) Where can I get information about CCC program? From the Web site http://www. the candidate will forfeit the chances of appearing in the modules/papers in which the candidate is found unsuccessful at the lower level after declaration of results.in or from any of the CCC accredited institute or by writing to DOEACC Society – CCC Section. sending mails. recognised Polytechnic Engg. . complete new address may be written in block capitals. B.Tech. Change of address. a) Candidates should invariably inform the DOEACC Society in case there is a change of address. 2. in anticipation of passing the lower level.In case a candidate qualifies in certain modules/papers at a level and appears for the remaining modules/papers at that level and pending the announcement of results.edu. 3.doeacc. registers at higher level. student can appear for O/A/B/C level examinations subject to his/her fulfilling the eligibility conditions. not be eligible to get the certificate for that level. as communications to the candidate will be to their addressed given in the Registration Forms. you can appear in the DOEACC Examination if you satisfy the following criteria. can I appear as a direct candidate? Or How to appear as a direct candidate in DOEACC examination? Or How to appear privately in the DOEACC examination? As a direct candidate. b) Personal addressed may be given instead of c/o institutions. I have working experience in Computers. After completing the course the incumbent is able to the use of computer for basic purpose of preparing his personal/ business letters. preparing his business presentations. 1. if you have two years working experience after passing "A" level or 3 years working experience in computers after completion of graduation. He/she will thus. After registering with DOEACC Society. for the details.doeacc. Diploma.edu. playing games etc. While requesting for change in address. (ii) Exemption for the common module/papers qualified at a particular level would not be extended at the higher level in case the candidate get himself/herself registered at another level without qualifying all modules/papers at the level at which he/she was initially registered. Diploma. What is the detailed syllabus of CCC course? 2. viewing information on the Internet.

recognised School/College) – A minimum educational qualification of passing Matric/High School/SSLC or equivalent What are the application requirements? Application Form to the DOEACC Society through any of the institute specifically authorized by the DOEACC to conduct CCC Course. What is the minimum score required to qualify CCC successfully? 50 % marks are the minimum score required.per examination application form.20/. where you have undergone the training. The last date of receipt of such forms is 10 days after the normal cut off date for receipt of Examination Forms. Where do I send my application? The duly filled examination form along with the relevant documents and examination fee may be submitted to the regional centre catering to your region.360/. 50/. Submission of examination forms with late fee @ Rs. The duly filled in downloaded examination form can be submitted with a Demand Draft of Rs. 2. Can you tell me where I will be appearing for the theory examinations? .examination fee + Rs.irrespective of any educational qualifications. Simply fill in the CCC Examination Application Form and submit it through DOEACC approved institute.form processing charges) drawn in favour of DOEACC payable at the city of the respective regional centre can be submitted at the regional centre catering to the specific state to which the candidate belongs. In case of the candidates from approved Institutes. the same shall be submitted to the respective regional centre through the Institute specifically authorized by the DOEACC for conducting CCC Course How many papers are there in CCC course? There is only one examination.Candidates sponsored by DOEACC approved Institutes permitted to conduct CCC Course – irrespective of any educational qualifications.Candidates sponsored by Government recognized Schools/Colleges having obtained an Unique Identity number from DOEACC for conducting CCC . How do I get an application form? Examination application form is available on the web site of DOEACC Society. How much does it cost? Examination form is available on the web site of the Society. Can I use previously issued application forms? No.What are the admissions requirements for the CCC course? The candidates can appear in the DOEACC CCC Examination through following three modes and the eligibility criteria for each mode are indicated against each: 1. which is theory paper. Can I file a late application? Yes. This fee is non-refundable and not transferable. In case of direct candidates. What documents I should send along with my application? Two recent passport size photographs and examination fee along with the application form.Direct Applicants (without essentially undergoing the Accredited Course or without being sponsored by a Govt.(Rs. 340/. attested copy of minimum educational qualification needs to be attached with the exam form. and 3. How do I apply? It’s easy to apply.

F : Fail To whom I should contact in DOEACC Society for enquiry related to CCC examination? For general enquiry please contact the reception of DOEACC Society. A: 75% – 84%. But my background is not in science. To whom should I contact to know my examination result? Please check with the institute where you have registered yourself for CCC examination. DOEACC Society communicates all information to the respective institutes accredited for its Course(s). . May I apply to enter your CCC program? Yes. Society is conducting examination for CCC online. no pre-requisite is needed. The legend of grades is: D: 50% – 54%. However. If I get admission to O/A/B or C level of DOEACC Society after completing CCC can I get any benefit of CCC? No. The details of the examination centers shall be provided with the Examination Application forms. represent? The examination result is represented as grades. B: 65% – 74%. you must have working knowledge of English. Candidates are required to route all the correspondence regarding the ‘CCC’ Course/ examination through their respective institute including form submission. S: 85% and over. The results are also made available on the DOEACC web site http://www. C: 55% – 64%. I am interested in CCC Course. The details of the Roll numbers and examination centers are also provided on the web site of the Society prior to each Examination. since this is a course on Computer Appreciation.From September 2004 Examination onwards.edu. For enquiry related to accreditation of your institute please contact HOW (Accreditation).in. How long does it take to hear whether I have been admitted or not? Please check with the institute where you have registered yourself for CCC examination.doeacc. What do the different grades awarded to the candidates after examination.

one elective modules. Syllabus The syllabus for 'O' level has been diversified. (Relevant experience cannot job experience in IT. ii) For students-at-large (Direct Applicants): 10 + 2 or ITI Certificate (one year) after class 10 followed in each case. Eligibility i) For students appearing through an institute: 10 + 2 or ITI Certificate ( one year) after class 10 followed in each case by an accredited 'O' Level Course. OR A pass in the NCVT-DP&CS (Data Processing & Computer Software) Examination conducted by DGE&T (Govt.What is the schedule of the examination? The examination is conducted three times in a year commencing from the 4th Sunday of January. In the diversified syllabus. by one-year relevant experience. three compulsory module and. followed by an accredited 'O' level course concurrently during the third year of the said polytechnic engineering diploma course. new subjects have been added as electives and certain amendments have been made to the syllabus on some of the subjects.(wef May 2008 exam onwards) Introduction 'O' level course of DOEACC Scheme is equivalent to a Foundation Level Course in Computer Applications. The syllabus for 'O' level can be obtained by post or in person from the DOEACC Society at a cost of Rs. provided they possess the requisite educational qualification as indicated below. OR Successful completion of the second year of a Government recognized polytechnic engineering / diploma course after class 10.125/Papers: The papers for 'O' level are as under: - . May and September. of India). including teaching in a recognized institution as faculty member. Students can acquire this qualification by undergoing this course and passing the examination conducted by the DOEACC Society. excludes coaching. Working professionals can also appear in this examination directly.

Project At 'O' Level there is one project. of India has recognized 'O' level examination conducted by the Computer Society of India (CSI) under the Department of Electronics Accreditation of Computer Courses(DOEACC) Scheme as equivalent to Foundation Level course for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the Central Government w. A Government recognized . Working professionals can also appear in this examination directly. who are registered at 'O' level and have successfully completed two modules under the diversified syllabus for 'O' level. Followed in each case. 300/.e. including compulsory module of 'Personal Computer Software'. No marks are assigned.Examination Examination for 'O' level is being held only under the diversified syllabus from January 2000 onwards. Fee: Rs.by Demand Draft in favour of DOEACC payable at New Delhi. Introduction 'A' level course of DOEACC Scheme is equivalent to an Advanced Diploma in Computer Applications.f 1st March 1995 vide their notification No: F 18-23/92-TD. Govt. In view of the above notification the passed out candidates with 'O' level qualification from the DOEACC Society will henceforth be the eligible for registration in employment exchanges for job assistance. Candidates are expected to carry out a project successfully and submit certificate in the prescribed format from the head of the institute running the accredited course or the organization of which the candidate is an employee. by an accredited 'A' level course (no concurrency). Certificate will be issued to candidates. Eligibility i) For students appearing through an institute Level 'O' /Government recognized polytechnic engineering diploma after class 10.V/TS-IV dated 1st March 1995. Government Recognition The Ministry of Human Resource Development. Students can acquire this qualification by undergoing this course and passing the examination conducted by the DOEACC Society. provided they possess the requisite educational qualification as indicated below.

by one year relevant experience*. All the subjects prior to diversification have been retained on diversification of the syllabus.polytechnic engineering diploma after 10+2 / Graduate and an accredited 'A' level course in each case. A vivavoce will be conducted by an expert nominated by the DOEACC Society. new subjects have been added as electives and certain amendments have been made to the syllabus on some of the subjects.and a certificate is to accompany it. Examination: Examination for 'A' level will be held only under the diversification syllabus from January 2000 onwards. In the diversified syllabi. polytechnic engineering diploma after 10+2 or degree. with the amendments mentioned above. excludes coaching. including teaching in a recognized institution as faculty member. Government Recognition The Ministry of Human Resource Development. 100 marks are assigned.. In view of the above notification the passed out candidates with 'A' level qualification from the DOEACC Society will henceforth be the eligible for registration in employment exchanges for job assistance. The syllabus for 'A' level can be obtained by post or in person from the DOEACC Society at a cost of Rs. ii) For students-at-large (Direct Applicants)Level 'O'/Government recognized polytechnic engineering diploma/Graduate. It contains: Nine compulsory module and. . Papers: The papers for 'A' level are as under:Project At 'A' Level there is one project. The 'A' level diploma will awarded only after successful completion of the academic stream i. Govt. Syllabus The syllabus for 'A' level has been diversified.150/. of India has recognized 'A' level examination conducted by the Computer Society of India (CSI) under the Department of Electronics Accreditation of Computer Courses (DOEACC) Scheme as equivalent to Advanced Diploma level course for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the Central Government vide their notification No: F 18-23/92TD. Followed in each case. One elective papers.e. *Relevant experience connotes job experience in IT. as far as possible near the candidate's location.V/TS-IV dated 10th April1996. The project has to be submitted along with a fee of Rs 500/. 'A' level as a whole is a sub-set of 'B'.

At any point if you feel you are unable to follow your schedule or you are ahead of schedule. 10-Complete assignments and readings throughout the year.Review your notes and readings often. cross it off your notes and continue to study your weaker areas. The different areas can be broken down.Each member can pick their weakest area and prepare a study guide. review it and adjust it as soon as possible.Study in groups is helpful for various subjects as it helps to develop understanding. 6. Several weeks before the exam. Have a friend or relative quiz you on the material. This also gives you idea of important topics that examiner can ask in question paper. 2. eating right. 4.Focus on important areas. Each member of the group can take on an area that they feel most comfortable with and prepare a study guide. If you think you don’t have enough time to cover entire syllabus. This gives you good idea of questions examiner can ask in exams and pattern of questions. You can check how marks are divided between different types of questions. hold tutoring sessions. This can help students overcome fears and even force them to take a new look at that subject. best way is to request your friends. Teenagers need 10-12 hours of sleep in order to be really alert. 11-Here are some tips: Take notes in class. you have already covered 70% of syllabus and 30% is remaining. Reading the material (that you need to study) out loud helps also. and complete one section each week.The best way to study for exams is by finding a quiet environment. calculate how much percent you can cover in next 2 months. so the material is "fresh" in your mind. Once you are sure you know a certain section of the material. Focus on important areas of your syllabus. Most of the time examiner repeats few questions from sample or previous year question papers or ask on same topic. Be sure to get at least 8 hours of sleep the night before the test. 5. Try to get notes for this 30% remaining syllabus. Create a schedule for next months of your study plan and put it on your wall. Follow it and try to cover all subjects as much as you can. and eat a balanced.Make your study plan. This practice run helps you to find your weak points and gives you chance to improve them in advance. 9.Slow down and take deep breaths. Divide the material into sections. and staying properly hydrated. Relax and be confident. 3. Try to think up questions about the material.Tips for Examination Preparation:1. high-protein meal. Arrive at class early and review last week's notes. or go over the questions in those famous practice tests and explain the answers to other members of the group. Try to solve sample and previous year question papers within given time. Eat a healthy meal before the test starts. Complete any assigned readings and exercises. Read your subject syllabus carefully and see how much percent you have already covered and have notes for them? Let’s say. if they already have notes for remaining 30% and get them photo copied as this is going to save your time and you can focus on reading and grasping these notes. take the practice test books and find the most difficult questions and explain the answers. .Practice from sample papers. 8. 7. and a high-protein meal will last longer than a carbohydrate one. After class. 12-Dedicate at least a week before examination getting plenty of rest. treat them as real exam.Study your subject syllabus. schedule extra hours of study time. review the notes and/or rewrite them within 24 hours if possible.

Here are some specific tips for different tests.what questions would you ask on the test? If you do this right. Read over your material and pretend you are the teacher . instead of cramming in a surplus of infomation in one night or a period before the big test. you will benefit much more from sleeping than studying. This is extremely difficult because most of us have a strong inclination to sleep rather than study. or for a review of the skills 14-Try to visualize what you are reading (stories. There are usually one or two that are obviously wrong . Make up possible questions based on this information.raise your hand and ask the teacher if you do not understand what any question is asking. 18-Before the Test: Try to guess what type of material will be on the test. In "All of the Above" questions. MAYBE get someone to Quiz you Look on the NET for online tests and worksheets. To do this. then the answer is false.in this case. Think about each answer carefully .if "Reading is one of the three basic types .) and try to associate numbers with figures.13-Study skills: READ over all of your notes and material. pay attention to any study guides the teacher gives out. without tipping the balance one way or the other. then one of the might be the correct answer. even if you have to guess. if you know that even two of the choices are correct. but sleeping is like studying. Also think about any answers where the grammar doesn't match that of the question for the same reason. If two of the answers seem to be exact opposites.some might be worded in "tricky" ways so that they sound correct at first." then drop the negative part and decide if the sentence would be true without it . You need to do both consistently. then skip that one and try again later if you have time. reward yourself for the hard work. Watch for questions that state "everything EXCEPT this is true" . Likewise. If a sentence has some sort of negative. and it will be much easier. If you really have no idea about a question. Relax before the test . then "all of the above" is probably the right answer.check out the True/False tips for more hints with this one! 21-True/False . objects. Then see if you can answer those questions. be sure to get enough sleep that night. Think about any answers that are totally unfamiliar to you .they might be the wrong ones. You will be more likely to get the question right now. etc. If you have been sleeping through class. just take a few deep breaths to calm yourself down. 19-During the Test: read everything carefully! Be sure you understand what is being asked . every single part of the sentence must be true . 20-Multiple Choice . consider large amounts of study rather than catching up on sleep. characters. but are wrong once you read carefully. 15-Make quizes and tests for yourself.do some deep breathing and stretching exercises.if you find even one false part. often you will find questions you made very similar to actual test questions.cross out any answer(s) that you are sure will not be the answer. When your sitting for the test. Go into the test with a clear mind. and eat a healthy breakfast to give you energy. if you've been studying consistently. 17-Sleep is always important. they are asking you to find one false statement in a set of true ones .in order to be marked true. Make goals and if you can meet them. like "Reading is not one of the three basic types of learning. etc.first read all the choices for the question. 16-Studying always helps. Study every day. Take note of anything the teacher seems to emphasizing particularly. Just make sure you get a lot of sleep before the test. not just the night before the test! Instead of cramming.

Here are some online related links to help! . Watch for modifying words like "most. If you have trouble with a particular kind of test. 23-After the Test: don't just jump up and leave.but only change one if you are absolutely positive that you made a mistake the first time! 24-Post-Test Follow-Up: once you have your grade.if you can't see what is needed. Jot down all the numbers. symbols. go over the test to see where you did well and where you did poorly. or put your head on your desk for a nap! Read over any questions you had trouble with. There should now be a clear mathematical formula or pathway for you . whatever that you have found. and try them again Check your spelling and grammar. Underline anything that seems to be information you will need for the problem. If there is time. such as changing "All dogs live in families with children" to "Many dogs live in families with children. skip the question and come back to it later. read over all of your answers . then the sentence with the negative is a false sentence.of learning" is true. Double-check your math.these words might make a false statement into a true one." or "sometimes" ." "many. Keep your old test papers to help you study." 22-Word Problems .read through the question first to be sure you understand exactly what is being asked. practice those sorts of questions in between your regular tests.

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