Duration: 3 MONTHS

Course Syllabus

Course Title: Computer Fundamentals (Skill Development)

Course Duration: 3 Months (Part-time)

Course Objectives:

  1. To provide a comprehensive understanding of computer hardware and software.
  2. To develop practical skills in operating systems and file management.
  3. To enable students to proficiently use word processing and spreadsheet software.
  4. To introduce the concept of databases and their applications.
  5. To explore the internet, email, and their significance in modern computing.
  6. To develop basic graphic design and multimedia editing skills.
  7. To gain an understanding of computer hardware components.
  8. To introduce the fundamentals of programming.
  9. To provide insights into computer networking concepts.
  10. To prepare students for self-employment opportunities in the IT sector.

Course Overview: This 3-month course will cover a wide range of topics related to computer fundamentals, ensuring that students acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. The course is designed to be interactive, with hands-on activities and real-world examples to enhance learning.

Course Teaching Methodology:

  1. Lectures: Interactive lectures to introduce and explain key concepts.
  2. Hands-on Practice: Practical sessions to apply what is learned during lectures.
  3. Group Discussions: Encourage discussions on industry trends and real-world applications.
  4. Assignments: Regular assignments to reinforce learning.
  5. Project Work: Students will work on a final project that applies all the skills learned during the course.
  6. Guest Lectures: Industry experts may be invited to share insights and experiences.
  7. Online Resources: Access to online materials and tutorials for additional learning.

Importance for Learner in Career Growth and Self-Employment:

  • In today's digital age, computer literacy is crucial for career advancement and self-employment opportunities.
  • Understanding computer fundamentals is a prerequisite for many job roles.
  • Self-employment opportunities in IT-related services, such as web development, digital marketing, and software consulting, are abundant.
  • Knowledge gained in this course can be applied to start small businesses or freelance work.

Course Contents:

  1. Operating Systems

    • Introduction to Operating Systems
    • Windows and Linux Basics
  2. File Management

    • File Structure and Organization
    • File Operations and Navigation
  3. Word Processing

    • Microsoft Word
    • Document Formatting and Editing
  4. Spreadsheets

    • Microsoft Excel
    • Data Entry, Formulas, and Functions
  5. Databases

    • Introduction to Databases
    • Basics of Microsoft Access
  6. Internet

    • Browsing, Search Engines, and Web Navigation
  7. E-mail

    • Setting Up and Using Email Accounts
  8. Graphics

    • Introduction to Graphic Design
    • Basics of Adobe Photoshop
  9. Multimedia

    • Introduction to Multimedia
    • Basics of Adobe Premiere Pro
  10. Hardware

    • Computer Components and Peripherals
  11. Programming

    • Introduction to Programming Concepts
    • Basics of Python Programming
  12. Networking

    • Networking Basics
    • Introduction to Local Area Networks (LANs)

Please note that the course content can be modified based on the specific requirements of learners or the location where the course is conducted. Additionally, regular assessments and feedback sessions will be conducted to ensure effective learning and skill development.

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