Duration: 3 MONTHS

Course Syllabus

Course Title: Information Technology for Self-Employment

Course Objectives: • To provide basic knowledge and skills on computer fundamentals, Windows operating system, and MS Office applications. • To impart knowledge on web design using HTML and DHTML. • To provide an understanding of PC configuration, installation, and troubleshooting techniques.

Course Overview: This 3-month part-time course is designed to equip students with essential knowledge and skills in Information Technology that can be useful for self-employment. The course covers fundamental computer concepts, Windows operating system, MS Office applications, web design using HTML and DHTML, hardware introduction, PC configuration, startup process, CMOS setup, installation, and troubleshooting.

Teaching Methodology: The course will be conducted through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, hands-on exercises, and project work. Students will have access to computer labs equipped with necessary software and hardware tools. The instructor will also provide online resources and support to the students.

Importance for Learners in Career Growth and Self-Employment: Information Technology is an essential skill that can enhance career growth and employability. The course provides a foundation for IT skills that can help students to start their own businesses, work as freelancers, or pursue careers in IT-related fields.

Course Syllabus:

  1. Fundamentals of Computers • Introduction to computer systems • Components of a computer system • Types of computers • Input/output devices • Computer memory • Computer networks

  2. Windows Operating System • Introduction to Windows OS • Windows desktop and file management • Application management • System management • Troubleshooting

  3. MS Office • Introduction to MS Office applications • Word processing with MS Word • Data management with MS Excel • Presentation creation with MS PowerPoint

  4. Web Design • Introduction to web design • HyperText Markup Language (HTML) • Dynamic HTML (DHTML) • Tables and Frames

  5. Hardware Introduction • Basic hardware components • PC configuration • Start-up process • CMOS setup • Hardware installation • Troubleshooting

Note: The course contents can be modified based on the requirements of the learner or location.

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