Duration: 3 MONTHS

Course Syllabus

Course Title: Advanced Computer Fundamentals and HTML (Skill Development)

Course Duration: 3 Months (Part-Time)

Course Objectives:

  1. To provide a comprehensive understanding of computer fundamentals.
  2. To introduce students to computer hardware and software components.
  3. To educate students on computer security and protection.
  4. To impart practical knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
  5. To familiarize students with internet and network concepts.
  6. To equip students with HTML web development skills.
  7. To promote self-employment opportunities in the IT sector.

Course Overview: This 3-month course is designed to empower students with advanced computer skills and proficiency in HTML web development. The course covers computer fundamentals, hardware and software components, cybersecurity, networking, and HTML web design. It emphasizes hands-on learning and practical applications to prepare students for career growth and self-employment in the IT industry.

Course Teaching Methodology:

  1. Lectures: Interactive classroom lectures to explain concepts and theories.
  2. Hands-On Practice: Practical sessions on computers and HTML coding.
  3. Case Studies: Real-world scenarios and problem-solving exercises.
  4. Group Discussions: Collaborative learning and knowledge sharing.
  5. Assignments: Regular assignments to reinforce learning.
  6. Guest Lectures: Industry experts sharing insights and experiences.
  7. Project Work: Students will undertake a web development project using HTML.

Importance for Learners in Career Growth and Self-Employment:

  • Enhances employability by providing a strong foundation in computer fundamentals.
  • Opens doors to a wide range of IT-related job opportunities.
  • Equips learners with Microsoft Office skills, essential for many professions.
  • Knowledge of computer security safeguards personal and professional data.
  • Networking knowledge is valuable in the IT industry.
  • HTML web development skills enable self-employment as a web designer or developer.

Course Contents (Subject-wise):

Module 1: Introduction to Computer

  • Definition, History, Generation, Characteristics, Types & Applications.
  • Overview of a computer system
  • Hardware and Software

Module 2: Computer Hardware

  • Input Unit: Keyboard, Mouse, Scanner, etc.
  • CPU: Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU), Control Unit (CU), Memory Unit (MU)
  • Output Unit: Monitor, Printer, etc.
  • Storage Devices: Primary & Auxiliary Memory (e.g., Hard Disk, DVD, Flash Disk)
  • Others: Network Card, Modem, Sound Card, etc.

Module 3: Software

  • Definition & types of Software
  • Programming Language
  • Liveware
  • Firmware and Cache Memory
  • Introduction to Microsoft Office

Module 4: Computer Security

  • Setting & Protection of Computer Room and Computer
  • Concept of Computer-related threats (virus, worms, Trojan, phishing, etc.) remedies and protection

Module 5: Networking and Internet

  • Concept of E-mail / Internet / Extranet, World Wide Web (WWW)
  • Concept of Multimedia
  • Familiarity with internet browsers (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome)
  • Introduction to IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway
  • Introduction to Network Media, topology, and protocol
  • Setting up Microsoft Network
  • Dial-Up Networking

Module 6: Number Systems

  • Introduction to binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal number systems
  • Introduction to ASCII and Unicode standards

Module 7: HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)

  • Introduction to HTML
  • HTML Documents
  • HTML Media Tags

Please note that the course content can be modified to meet specific learner requirements or regional needs. Practical training and hands-on experience will be a significant part of this course, ensuring that students are well-prepared for IT-related careers and self-employment opportunities in web development.

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