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CCC

Course Duration: 3 Months

Schedule of CCC Examination:

Examination Time period for online filling of Examination form & payment Date of Commencement of Examination
January November 01-30 1st Saturday of January
February December 01-31 1st Saturday of February
March January 01-31 1st Saturday of March
April February 01-28 1st Saturday of April
May March 01-31 1st Saturday of May
June April 01-30 1st Saturday of June
July May 01-31 1st Saturday of July
August June 01-30 1st Saturday of August
September July 01-31 1st Saturday of September
October August 01-31 1st Saturday of October
November September 01-30 1st Saturday of November
December October 01-31 1st Saturday of December

Syllabus:

  • Introduction to Computer
  • Introduction to GUI Based Operating System (Window 7)
  • Elements of Word Processing (MS WORD 2007)
  • Excel Spreadsheet (MS EXCEL 2007)
  • Making Small Presentations (MS POWER POINT 2007)
  • Computer Communications and Internet
  • WWW and Web Browsers
  • Communication and Collaboration

Qualifying Marks:

The candidates should score at least 50% marks in the theory as well as practical exams in order to qualify in the concerned course exam. The grades will be allotted as follows:

Failed (<50): F Grade

50%- 54%: D Grade

55%-64%: C Grade

65%-74%: B Grade

75%-84%: A Grade

85% and above: S Grade respectively

O Level

Course Duration: 12 Months

Eligibility:12th /ITI Certificate course of 1 year

'O' Level Cut-off Dates for Registration Cut-off Dates for Examination
January Preceding 31st July Preceding 31th October
July Preceding 31st Januray Preceding 30th April

Syllabus:

Module Code Topics
M1-R4 IT Tools and Business System
M2-R4 Internet Technology and Web Design
M3-R4 Programming and Problem Solving through “C”
M4-R4 (the candidates should choose any one of the following modules): Application of .Net Technology/ Introduction to Multimedia/ Introduction to ICT Resources/ Practical (Based on M1, M2, M3, M4 module syllabus)
PJ-1 Project

Exam Pattern:

The candidates will have to appear and qualify in the theory examination for each module which is mostly held in the months of June and December respectively for all the candidates.

Theory Exam: 100 Marks

Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

Practical Exam: 100 Marks

Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

Qualifying Marks:

The candidates should score at least 50% marks in the theory as well as practical exams in order to qualify in the concerned course exam. The grades will be allotted as follows:

Failed (<50): F Grade

50%- 54%: D Grade

55%-64%: C Grade

65%-74%: B Grade

75%-84%: A Grade

85% and above: S Grade respectively

The students enrolled in the course will get the certificate of ‘O’ level after successfully qualifying in the above theory and practical exam of all the modules.

A Level

Course Duration: 12 Months

Eligibility: Graducation/‘O’ Level

'A' Level Cut-off Dates for Registration Cut-off Dates for Examination
January Preceding 31st August Preceding 31th October
July Preceding 28th Feburary Preceding 30th April

Syllabus:

Module Code Topics
A1-R4 IT Tools and Business System
A2-R4 Internet Technology and Web Design
A3-R4 Programming and Problem Solving through “C”
A4-R4 Computer System Architecture
A5-R4 Structured System Analysis & Design
A6-R4 Data Structure through 'C++'
A7-R4 Introduction to Data Base Management System
A8-R4 Basics of OS, Unix & Sell Programming
A9-R4 Data Communication and Network Technology
A10.1-R4 Introduction to Object Oriented Programming through JAVA
A10.2-R4 Software Testing and Quality Management
PR-1 Practical-1 (Based on A1,A2,A3,A4 Module Syllabus)
PR-2 Practical-2 (Based on A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, A10 Module Syllabus)
PJ-1 Project

Exam Pattern:

The candidates will have to appear and qualify in the theory examination for each module which is mostly held in the months of June and December respectively for all the candidates.

Theory Exam: 100 Marks

Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

Practical Exam: 100 Marks

Duration of Exam: 3 Hours

Qualifying Marks:

The candidates should score at least 50% marks in the theory as well as practical exams in order to qualify in the concerned course exam. The grades will be allotted as follows:

Failed (<50): F Grade

50%- 54%: D Grade

55%-64%: C Grade

65%-74%: B Grade

75%-84%: A Grade

85% and above: S Grade respectively

The students enrolled in the course will get the certificate of ‘A’ level after successfully qualifying in the above theory and practical exam of all the modules.