Course Name: Office Automation and Internet (COI)
Course Id: OAI/Q0001.
Education Qualification: 10th Class.
Course and Exam Fee: 2000.
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Step 7- After Completion of Course Study give Online Examination.
Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.
Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.
Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
Benefits of Certification:
- Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
- Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
- Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
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Office Automation and Internet
|Name of paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Principal of Information Technology||100||40|
|Internet and Advance Communication||100||40|
|Office Automation -Lab||100||40|
|Operating Systems MS-Windows and Linux||100||40|
Introduction to Computers, History of computers, Types of computers, Characteristics of computers, Basic Anatomy of a computer, Applications of computer – Input and Output devices – Introduction – inputting text: keyboards, OCR, Memory and Types: Memory types – Main Memory – RAM, ROM, Types of ROMs- PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Cache memory, virtual memory, buffers – Secondary storage – Diskettes – Hard Disks – Optical Disks – Magnetic Tapes – External Hard Disks, USB Flash Drive, Number Systems: Binary, Octal, Decimal and Hexadecimal number Systems – Conversion from one base to another base – use of complements – binary arithmetic – Numeric and Character codes – Boolean Algebra and Combinational Circuits: Fundamental concepts of Boolean Algebra – De Morgan’s theorems, Operating Systems: Introduction – Types – Structure – Functions – Operating System Services – System Calls – System Programs – Operating System Design and Implementation.
Principal of Information Technology
Introduction to information technology, Information systems – Definition of computer and system – Software and Data – IT in business and Industry – IT in the Home and at Play – It in Education and Training – IT in Entertainment and the Arts – IT in Science, Engineering, and Mathematics– Global Positioning System, Computer Networks: Introduction – Definition Computer Networks – Types of Networks – Local Area Network – Metropolitan Area Network- Wide Area Network – Personal Area Network – internet – Intranet –firewalls – Network Topology – Bus – Ring – Hybrid – Star, Basic Internet Concepts: – Analog and Digital Signals – modems and communication Software, ISDN lines, and Cable Modems – Definition of Internet – The World Wide Web – Connecting to the Internet, E-governance: E-government, Need of E-Governance, E-assistance, E-Democracy, E-Administration, On-line Citizen Services – E-governance implementations: Software and Hardware required for E governance Implementation.
Internet and Advance Communication
Internet and Web Browsers: Definition & History of Internet – Uses of Internet – Definition of Web Addressing-URL-Different types of Internet Connections; Dial up connection, Broad band ( ISDN, DSL, Cable), Wireless ( Wi-Fi, Wi Max, Satellite, Mobile) naming convention, browsers and its types, internet browsing, searching – Search Engines – Portals – Social Networking sites- Blogs – viewing a webpage, downloading and uploading the website; Creating an email-ID, e-mail reading, saving, printing, forwarding and deleting the mails, checking the mails, viewing and running file attachments, addressing with cc and bcc, Introduction to various devices & Applications: Other than the computers, (electronic gadgets), which are widely using by executives in the Offices – Tablet, Smart Phone – concept of mobile phone and Tablet and their uses – Various applications using by Tablets and Smart Phones such as UC browser, What’s App, Maps, Skype.
MS-Word -Working with Files – Working with Text – Formatting, Moving, copying and pasting text Styles – Lists – Bulleted and numbered lists, Nested lists, Formatting lists. Table Manipulations, Graphics – Adding clip Art, MS-Excel- Modifying a Worksheet – Moving through cells, adding worksheets, rows and columns Resizing rows and columns, selecting cells, Moving and copying cells, freezing panes – Macros – recording and running, MS-Power Point -Create a Presentation from a template- Working with Slides – Insert a new slide, applying a design template, changing slide layouts -Slides: Reordering slides, hide slides, Create a Custom slide show, MS-Access – Using Access database wizard, pages and projects. Creating Tables – Create a Table in design view. Datasheet Records – Adding, Editing, deleting records, Adding and deleting columns Resizing rows and columns, Open Office Impress: Introduction, Creating, Saving Presentation – Master Templates – Slide transition – Linking with MS Power point slides.
Office Automation – Lab
Format, edit, and print text documents and prepare for desktop publishing, worksheet and presentation software, Integrate both graphs and tables created in Microsoft Excel into a laboratory report in Microsoft Word, Generate equations, sample calculations, and basic diagrams in Microsoft Word, Input experimental data into Microsoft Excel, Perform calculations in Microsoft Excel using both manually inputting formulas and built-in Functions, Generate simple and effective tables and graphs to describe experimental data in Microsoft Excel, Properly format and organize a formal laboratory report in Microsoft Word, Working with Text, spell check and grammar, Table manipulation, Flow chart drawing and Create organization chart, Real-time document preparation (Covering letter, greeting cards, invitation, brochures, ), Performing arithmetic calculations using worksheet, Using functions, Using Graphs and charts, Sorting and filtering, Designing slides for real time applications, Using image, audio and video effects, Using Animation and transition.
Operating Systems MS-Windows and Linux
Definition of Operating System – Functions of OS – Types of OS: Single user, Multi-User, multi-task, RTOS, Single-user, Multi-tasking, – Windows Desk top – GUI: Definition, Standards, Cursors/Pointers, Icons, GUI Menus, GUI-Share Data – Desktop icons and their functions: My computer, My documents, Network neighborhood, Recycle Bin, Quick launch tool bar, System tray, Start menu, Task bar, Dialog Boxes: List Box, Spin Control Box, Slide, Drop-down list, Radio button, Check box, Text box, Task Bar – System Tray – Quick launch tool bar – Start button – Parts of Windows -Title bar-Menu bar – Scroll bar- Status bar, Maximize, Minimize, close and Resize & Moving a Window – Windows – Start Menu –Help Menu- Preview Menu, Working with Notepad & WordPad: Opening & Saving files, Formatting, Printing, Inserting objects, Finding & replacing text, Creating & Editing Images with Microsoft paint, using the Calculator – Personalizing Windows.