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A LEVEL - NIELIT

NIELIT “A “ Level  Course consists of Ten theory modules (Nine compulsory modules and one elective module), Two practical and one Project. The structure of the “A “ Level syllabus is indicated below:-
DOEACC “A” LEVEL COURSE STRUCTURE


Paper Code

Subject

A1-R4

IT Tools and Business System

A2-R4

Internet Technology and Web Design

A3-R4

Programming and Problem Solving Through ‘C’ Language

A4-R4

Computer System Architecture

A5-R4

Structured System Analysis and Design

A6-R4

Data Structures through ‘C++

A7-R4

Introduction to Database Management System

A8-R4

Basics of Os, Unix and Shell Programming

A9-R4

Data Communication and Networking Technologies

A10-R4

Elective (One out of the following tow subjects to be chosen)

A10.1-R4

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming through Java.

A10.2-R4

Software Testing and Quality Management

PR-1

Practical-1( Based on A1, A2,A3, A4 module syllabus)

PR-2

Practical-2(based on A5, A6,A7,A8,A9,A10 modules syllabus)

PJ

Project

Calculation of Credits


A -Level

Subject

L*

T/P**

No. of Credits+

A1-R4

IT Tools and Business System

3

3

5

A2-R4

Internet Technology and Web Design

3

3

5

A3-R4

Programming and Problem Solving Through ‘C’ Language

3

3

5

A4-R4

Computer System Architecture

3

3

5

A5-R4

Structured System Analysis and Design

3

3

5

A6-R4

Data Structures through ‘C++

3

3

5

A7-R4

Introduction to Database Management System

3

3

5

A8-R4

Basics of Os, Unix and Shell Programming

3

3

5

A9-R4

Data Communication and Networking Technologies

3

3

5

A10-R4                          Elective (One out of the following tow subjects to be chosen)

A10.1-R4

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming through Java.

3

3

5

A10.2-R4

Software Testing and Quality Management

3

3

5

Total Credit (for 10 Paper)

55

 

*L           :               No. of Lecture hours per week
**T/P    :               No. of Tutorial/Practical Hours per week
+Credit = L (T+P)/2

Note:

  1. One credit is defined as one hours of lecture of 2 hrs. of tutorials/practical’s every week for one semester consisting of 20 weeks.
  2. Total No. of credits earned in a module is calculated using AICTE FORMULA( as applicable to Under Graduate Courses in IT namely

C=L +(T+P)2 where L,T and P indicate no. of hours per week for Lectures, Tutorials and Practical’s.

  1. The credit scheme was implemented from July, 2003 examination.
  2. Fractions in Credits have been rounded to nearest integer.

EXAMINATION PATTERN
The theory examination for each module under the fourth revised syllabus would be for duration of three hours and the total marks for each subject would be 100. Two Practical examination of three hours duration and 100 marks. The first examination with the revised syllabus will be held in July 2010, for which teaching will commence with immediate effect.
Date for the various activates connected with examinations will be announced on DOEACC website, well in advance of the examination.
Laboratory/Practical work will be conducted at Institutions/ Organizations, which are running the courses. The Society will be responsible for holding the examination for theory and practical both for the students from Accredited Centers and student at large.

Pass Percentage.
To qualify for a pass in a module, a candidate must have obtained at least 50% in each theory and practical examination.
The Marks will be translated into grades, while communication results to the candidates. The gradation structure is as below:

Pass Percentage                     Grade
Failed (<50)                             F
50%-54%                                 D
55%-64%                                 C
65%-74%                                 B
75%-84%                                 A
85% and over                          S

Award of Certificates
Successful candidate in “A” Level would be eligible for a Certificate which is recognized as equivalent to  Advance Diploma in Course by the Government of India for the purpose of employment vide Ministry of Human Resources Development Govt. of India’s notification no. F. 18-23/92-TD.V/TD dated 1st March, 1995 and F.18-23/92-TD.V/TS-IV dated on 10th April, 1996

     
  

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