Duration: 1 YEAR

Course Syllabus

Course Title: Computer Applications (Skill Development)

Course Duration: 1 Year (part-time)

Course Objective:

The objective of this part-time skill development course in Computer Applications is to equip students with essential computer skills and knowledge that will enable them to pursue self-employment opportunities. The course aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of computer fundamentals, operating systems, office productivity software, programming basics, database management, desktop publishing, web design, and accounting software.

Course Overview:

The course is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in computer applications and empower them to leverage their skills for self-employment. It covers a wide range of topics, including computer fundamentals, operating systems, popular software applications, programming concepts, database management, desktop publishing, web page designing, and accounting software.

Course Teaching Methodology:

The course will be conducted through a combination of theoretical lectures, hands-on practical sessions, group discussions, and projects. Students will have access to computers and relevant software during practical sessions to enhance their learning experience. Guest lectures and industry visits may be arranged to provide real-world insights and practical applications of the course concepts.

Importance for Learners in Career Growth and Self-Employment:

This course will provide learners with the necessary skills and knowledge to pursue self-employment opportunities in various sectors. In today's digital age, computer literacy and proficiency are crucial for career growth and entrepreneurship. By gaining expertise in computer applications, learners can enhance their employability, start their own businesses, or offer freelance services in areas such as office administration, data management, web design, and accounting.


Module 1: Fundamentals of Computer

·         Introduction to Computers

·         Storage Devices

·         Computer Software

Module 2: Operating System and Application Program

·         Disk Operating System (DOS)

o   DOS basics

o   Basic DOS Commands

·         Windows

o   Windows concepts

o   Windows Accessories

o   Windows Explorer

o   Entertainment

·         Linux

o   Linux basics

o   Basic Linux Commands

Module 3: Microsoft Office

·         MS Word

·         MS Excel

·         MS PowerPoint

Module 4: Programming Language - C Language

·         Introduction to C

·         C Character Set, Constants, Variables, and Keywords

·         Decision and Control Structures

o   if, if-else, forms of if-else statement

o   Operators

o   Types of Loops

o   Case and Switch

·         Arrays and Functions

o   Arrays

o   C Functions - Call by Value and Call by Reference

Module 5: Database Management System

·         Database Tables

·         Query Basics and SQL

·         Report Generation

Module 6: Desktop Publishing (DTP)

·         Page Maker

·         Corel Draw

·         Photoshop

Module 7: Internet and Web Page Designing

 ·         Internet

·         World Wide Web (WWW)

·         Web Publishing

·         HTML

Module 8: Tally Prime with GST

Note: The course contents can be modified based on the requirements of the learners or the location to ensure relevance and local context.

Please note that the duration and specific breakdown of topics in each module may vary based on the course's total duration and teaching hours.

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