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C++ .NET Visual Basic Certificate in Computer Application Incorporated Computer Application Diploma in Computer Application Diploma in Computer Application & Maintenance
Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application Post Graduate Diploma in Software Engineering Certificate in Computer Hardware Diploma in Computer Hardware Advanced Diploma in Computer Hardware Advanced Diploma in Computer Networking Tally
Photoshop PageMaker CorelDraw iLeap - Multilingual Editing Tool Spoken English

 


HTML5 is the latest standard for HTML. The previous
version of HTML, HTML 4.01, came in 1999, and the
internet has changed significantly since then.

HTML5 was designed to replace both HTML 4, XHTML,
and the HTML DOM Level 2. It
was specially designed to deliver rich content
without the need for additional plugins. The current
version delivers everything from animation to
graphics, music to movies, and can also be used to
build complicated web applications.

HTML5 is also cross-platform. It is designed to work
whether you are using a PC, or a Tablet, a
Smartphone, or a Smart TV.



What is CSS?

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. Styles define
how to display HTML elements.


Styles were added to HTML 4.0
to solve a problem. External Style Sheets can save a
lot of work. External Style Sheets are stored in CSS
files.

CSS3 is the latest standard for CSS.

CSS3 is completely backwards-compatible with earlier
versions of CSS.



JavaScript is a Scripting Language

A scripting language is a lightweight programming
language.

JavaScript is programming code that can be inserted
into HTML pages.

JavaScript code can be executed by all modern web
browsers.

JavaScript is the world’s most popular programming
language.

It is the language for HTML, for the web, for
servers, PCs, laptops, tablets, phones, and more.

JavaScript is the scripting language of the Web.

All modern HTML pages are using JavaScript.


  • What is jQuery?

    jQuery is a lightweight, “write less, do more”,
    JavaScript library.

    The purpose of jQuery is to make it much easier
    to use JavaScript on your website.

    jQuery takes a lot of common tasks that require
    many lines of JavaScript code to accomplish, and
    wraps them into methods that you can call with a
    single line of code.

    jQuery also simplifies a lot of the complicated
    things from JavaScript, like AJAX calls and DOM
    manipulation.

    The jQuery library contains the following
    features:

    * HTML/DOM manipulation.
    * CSS manipulation.
    * HTML event methods.
    * Effects and animations.
    * AJAX.
    * Utilities.



What is PHP?

* PHP is an acronym for “PHP Hypertext
Preprocessor”.
* PHP is a widely-used, open source scripting
language.
* PHP scripts are executed on the server.
* PHP costs nothing, it is free to download and use.



Java (originally called Oak, until it was discovered
that another company used Oak as a trademark) was
developed at Sun MicroSystems in a forward looking
project to develop a new programming language. The
primary design goal of Java was to provide code for
programs that would run on many different hardware
platforms. The second design goal was to produce
robust programs—programs that would have as few bugs
as possible. The third design goal was for the
language to be easy to learn and use. Since the
world of computers and application development was
already populated with programmers who knew C++, the
syntactical model of C++ was chosen along with some
characteristics of Smalltalk.



What is SQL?

* SQL stands for Structured Query Language.
* SQL lets you access and manipulate databases.
* SQL is an ANSI (American National Standards
Institute) standard.

What Can SQL do?

* SQL can execute queries against a database.
* SQL can retrieve data from a database.
* SQL can insert records in a database.
* SQL can update records in a database.
* SQL can delete records from a database.
* SQL can create new databases.
* SQL can create new tables in a database.
* SQL can create stored procedures in a database.
* SQL can create views in a database.
* SQL can set permissions on tables, procedures, and
views.



Computer languages have undergone dramatic evolution
since the first electronic computers were built to
assist in telemetry calculations during World War
II. Early on, programmers worked with the most
primitive computer instructions: machine language.
These instructions were represented by long strings
of ones and zeroes. Soon, assemblers were invented
to map machine instructions to human-readable and
-manageable mnemonics, such as ADD and MOV.

In time, higher-level languages evolved, such as
BASIC and COBOL. These languages let people work
with something approximating words and sentences,
such as Let I = 100. These instructions were
translated back into machine language by
interpreters and compilers. An interpreter
translates a program as it reads it, turning the
program instructions, or code, directly into
actions. A compiler translates the code into an
intermediary form. This step is called compiling,
and produces an object file. The compiler then
invokes a linker, which turns the object file into
an executable program.

Because interpreters read the code as it is written
and execute the code on the spot, interpreters are
easy for the programmer to work with. Compilers,
however, introduce the extra steps of compiling and
linking the code, which is inconvenient. Compilers
produce a program that is very fast each time it is
run. However, the time-consuming task of translating
the source code into machine language has already
been accomplished.

Another advantage of many compiled languages like
C++ is that you can distribute the executable
program to people who don’t have the compiler. With
an interpretive language, you must have the language
to run the program.

For many years, the principle goal of computer
programmers was to write short pieces of code that
would execute quickly. The program needed to be
small, because memory was expensive, and it needed
to be fast, because processing power was also
expensive. As computers have become smaller,
cheaper, and faster, and as the cost of memory has
fallen, these priorities have changed. Today the
cost of a programmer’s time far outweighs the cost
of most of the computers in use by businesses.
Well-written, easy-to-maintain code is at a premium.
Easy- to-maintain means that as business
requirements change, the program can be extended and
enhanced without great expense.


.NET Framework
(pronounced dot net) is a software framework
developed by Microsoft that runs primarily on
Microsoft Windows. It includes a large library and
provides language interoperability (each language
can use code written in other languages) across
several programming languages. Programs written for
.NET Framework execute in a software environment (as
contrasted to hardware environment), known as the
Common Language Runtime (CLR), an application
virtual machine that provides services such as
security, memory management, and exception handling.
The class library and the CLR together constitute
.NET Framework.

.NET Framework’s Base Class Library provides user
interface, data access, database connectivity,
cryptography, web application development, numeric
algorithms, and network communications. Programmers
produce software by combining their own source code
with .NET Framework and other libraries. .NET
Framework is intended to be used by most new
applications created for the Windows platform.
Microsoft also produces an integrated development
environment largely for .NET software called Visual
Studio.



What is Visual Basic?

*
Visual Basic is a tool that allows you to develop
Windows (Graphic User Interface – GUI) applications.
The applications have a familiar appearance to the
user.

*
Visual Basic is event-driven, meaning code remains
idle until called upon to respond to some event
(button pressing, menu selection, …). Visual Basic
is governed by an event processor. Nothing happens
until an event is detected. Once an event is
detected, the code corresponding to that event
(event procedure) is executed. Program control is
then returned to the event processor.


Certificate in Computer Application

Certificate in
Computer Application

Computer
Fundamentals & dimensions of IT.
Introduction with Ms DOS.
Introduction to Operating Systems.
Microsoft Office Apps– Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Working with Internet, Email, Uploading &
Downloading.


Incorporated Computer Application

Incorporated
Computer Application

Computer Fundamentals.
Introduction to Operating Systems.
Microsoft Office Apps – Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Working with Internet, Email, Uploading &
Downloading.
DTP – Adobe PageMaker, CorelDraw, LeapOffice.


Diploma in Computer Application

Diploma in
Computer Application

Computer Fundamentals.
Introduction to Operating System. Microsoft Office
Apps – Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Working with Internet, Email, Uploading &
Downloading.
DTP – Adobe PageMaker, CorelDraw, LeapOffice.
Financial Accounting – Tally.
Concept of Virus & Antivirus.
Introduction to Photoshop.

Introduction to HTML.


Diploma in Computer Application & Maintenance

Diploma in
Computer Application & Maintenance

Computer Fundamentals.
Introduction to Operating System. Microsoft Office
Apps – Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Working with Internet, Email, Uploading &
Downloading.
DTP – Adobe PageMaker, CorelDraw, LeapOffice.
Financial Accounting – Tally.
Concept of Virus & Antivirus.
Introduction to Photoshop.

 


Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application

Post Graduate
Diploma in Computer Application

Computer Fundamentals.
Introduction to Operating System. Microsoft Office
Apps – Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Working with Internet, Email, Uploading &
Downloading.
DTP – Adobe PageMaker, CorelDraw, LeapOffice.
Financial Accounting – Tally.
Concept of Virus & Antivirus.
Introduction to Photoshop.
Programming Language (Any Two) Visual Basic, JAVA,
C, C++.
Project on Software Development.


Post Graduate Diploma in Software Engineering

Post Graduate
Diploma in Software Engineering

DTP – Adobe PageMaker, CorelDraw, LeapOffice.
Financial Accounting – Tally.
Concept of Virus & Antivirus.
Introduction to Photoshop.
Programming Language (Any Two) Visual Basic, JAVA,
C, C++.
Project on Software Development.

1st SEM:
Computer Fundamentals.
Introduction to Operating System. Microsoft Office
Apps – Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Working with Internet, Email, Uploading &
Downloading.
Overview of E-Commerce.

2nd SEM:
System Analysis and Design.
Microsoft Access.
Programming Language – C.
Web Development with HTML.
Concept of Multimedia.
Computer Virus & Antivirus.
Computer Hardware – I.

3rd SEM:
Graphics Designing with Photoshop.
Introduction to Linux Operating System.
DTP.
Database Management.
Oracle/Ms SQL/MySQL.
Computer Hardware II.
Computer Networking.
Programming with Object
Oriented Language C++.

4th SEM:
Programming with Visual Basic.
NT Server Installation.
Programming with Object Oriented Language – JAVA.
Concept of Computer Games.
Introduction to Firewall and Hacking.
Computer Hardware – III.
Project on software Development.


Certificate in Computer Hardware

Certificate in
Computer Hardware

Computer Fundamentals & Dimensions of IT.
Data & Information.
Computer Architecture.
Software – Its Types & Objectives.
Microsoft Office Apps– Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Introduction to Motherboard, Processor,HardDisk-IDE,
SCSI, SATA, Memory(RAM).
Assembling & De-assembling of Computer Component.
Identify purpose and characteristics of computer
peripheral parts.
Introduction to CD-ROM,CD-RW,DVD-ROM, DVD-RW.
Installation & Configuration of Operating System,
Application Software.
Fault finding.
Computer Virus & Antivirus.


Diploma in Computer Hardware

Diploma in
Computer Hardware

Computer Fundamentals & Dimensions of IT.
Data & Information.
Computer Architecture.
Software – Its Types & Objectives.
Microsoft Office Apps– Excel, Word, PowerPoint.
Introduction to Motherboard, Processor,HardDisk-IDE,
SCSI, SATA, Memory(RAM).
Assembling & De-assembling of Computer Component.
Identify purpose and characteristics of computer
peripheral parts.
Introduction to CD-ROM,CD-RW,DVD-ROM, DVD-RW.
Installation & Configuration of Operating System,
Application Software.
Fault finding.
Computer Virus & Antivirus.
Understanding Network, its types, Network Cables.
Installation of Linux.
Networking with Windows.
Installation of Windows Server.
Firewall.
Computer Gaming.
Introduction to Registry Editor.
Internet – Uploading & Downloading. Multimedia.
Project.


Advanced Diploma in Computer Hardware

Advanced Diploma
in Computer Hardware

Computer Fundamentals & Dimensions of IT.
Data & Information.
Computer Architecture.
Memory – Its Types.
Number System-Binary, Octal, Decimal & Hexadecimal.
Software – Its Types & Objectives.
Operating System-Kernel, Devices-Harddisk, Floppy,
DVD-Disc, Pendrives.
Introduction to Microsoft Office – Excel, Word,
PowerPoint.
Computer Password – Removing, Changing and Breaking
the password. Introduction to CDROM, CD-RW,DVD-ROM,
DVD-RW.
Introduction to Motherboard, Processor, HardDisk-IDE,
SCSI, SATA, Memory(RAM).
Assembling & Deassembling of Computer Component.
Identify purpose and characteristics of computer
peripheral parts.
Hard Disk Defragment.
Motherboard Chipset.
Pendrive blocking.
Local HDD hiding.
Drive not accessible.
Concept of RAM.
Microprocessor.
Introduction to logic gates.
Karnaugh mapping.
Configuration of HDD as Master/Slave.
HDD partitioning and formatting using Disc or
without disc.
Ms DOS commands.
Network cabling.
Installing and configuring devices.
PC Optimization.
Installation & Configuration of Operating System,
Application Software.
Fault finding.
Computer Virus & Antivirus.
Understanding Network, its types, Network Cables.
Installation of Linux.
Networking with Windows.
Installation of Windows Server.
Firewall.
Computer Gaming.
Introduction to Registry Editor.
Internet – Uploading & Downloading.
Multimedia.Dual Boot Operating System.
Installing and Configuration of Virtual Machines
using VMWare, Parallels and VirtuaBox.
Project.


Advanced Diploma in Computer Networking

Advanced Diploma
in Computer Networking

Understanding the Network.
Identify purposes, features and functions of Network
Components.
Identify the types of Networking.
Identify the characteristics of different types of
cables.
Introduction to bridge, router, modem, switch, hub,
Wireless Router, Repeater etc.
Introduction to wireless technologies.
Classification of Internet Protocols and subnet
masks.
Transfer Control Protocol.
IPV4 and IPV6 Addresses.
Installation of Windows Server with Active Directory
Services and Domain Installation and management.
Network Game installation and configuration.
Installation of Linux.
Proxy Servers.
Network cabling.
Installing and configuring devices.
PC Optimization.
Installation & Configuration of Operating System,
Application Software.
Fault finding.
Computer Virus & Antivirus.
Understanding Network, its types, Network Cables.
Installation of Linux.
Networking with Windows.
Firewall.


Tally

Tally is an accounts
and inventory management software which is having
many other features too. With the latest version of
this software Tally 9 you can
1. do all basic accounting functions,
2. manage your store and items,
3. do the job costing,
4. manage payroll,
5. get many MIS reports which are useful for day
today functions,
6. file your tax returns like prepare balance sheet,
profit and loss statement, VAT forms, TDS, returns,
Service tax returns, e-TDS filing, Excise forms, FBT
reports and forms,
7. maintain budgets, scenarios,
8. calculate interest on pending amount
9. manage data over different locations and
synchronize it and many more other features.


Photoshop


Adobe Photoshop is a graphics editing program
developed and published by Adobe Systems.

Adobe’s 2003 “Creative Suite” rebranding led to
Adobe Photoshop 8’s renaming to Adobe Photoshop CS.
Thus, Adobe Photoshop CS6 is the 13th major release
of Adobe Photoshop. The CS rebranding also resulted
in Adobe offering numerous software packages
containing multiple Adobe programs for a reduced
price. Adobe Photoshop is released in two editions:
Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Photoshop Extended, with
the Extended having extra 3D image creation, motion
graphics editing, and advanced image analysis
features. Adobe Photoshop Extended is included in
all of Adobe’s Creative Suite offerings except
Design Standard, which includes the Adobe Photoshop
edition.


PageMaker

PageMaker was one of
the first desktop publishing programs, introduced in
1985 by Aldus, initially for the then-new Apple
Macintosh and in 1987 for PCs running Windows 1.0.

PageMaker was awarded an SPA Excellence in Software
Award for Best New Use of a Computer in 1986.

PageMaker relies on Adobe Systems’ PostScript page
description language.

In 1994 Adobe Systems acquired Aldus and PageMaker.

As an application relying on a graphical user
interface, PageMaker helped to popularize the
Macintosh platform and the Windows environment.


CorelDraw


CorelDraw (styled CorelDRAW) is a vector graphics
editor developed and marketed by Corel Corporation
of Ottawa, Canada. It is also the name of Corel’s
Graphics Suite, which bundles CorelDraw with a
bitmap image editor, Corel PhotoPaint, and other
graphics-related programs (see below). The latest
version is designated X6 (equivalent to version 16),
and was released in March 2012.


iLeap - Multilingual Editing Tool


iLEAP and Leap Office are complete word processors
designed specially for Indian Languages with an
additional ability to provide Indian language
Interface to most popular windows based
applications. LEAP Office is a result of more than a
decade of research in Indian scripts and languages.


Spoken English


Many of our students studied English in public
school where teachers don’t always teach pupils how
to speak English. The emphasis is often on grammar
instead of spoken English. The best way to improve
your spoken English is to have casual conversations
as often as possible on everyday topics.