Authorised Training Centre of NIELIT (formerly Doeacc)

The NIELIT Qualifications

Your Passport To A Global Career
NIELIT: National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (Formerly DOEACC Society) is an autonomous body under the Department of I.T., Ministry of Communications and I.T., Government of India offering four levels of govt. certified computer courses. These include ‘O' as foundation level, ‘A' as advanced level, ‘B' as MCA level and ‘C' as M. Tech. level programme. The admission to one year ‘O' level programme starts after 10 + 2.

Objectives

The objective of NIELIT Scheme (that is a joint scheme of AICTE and Ministry of I.T. Govt of India ) is to train and produce quality I.T. manpower to fulfill the escalating demand of the industries for I.T. professionals worldwide. NIELIT qualifications are endorsed by the software industry through NASSCOM (National Association of Software Services Companies) and accepted by government and public sectors, banks and various national and multinational companies for employment.

·         Recognised by AICTE

·         Accredited by Govt. of India

·         Endorsed by NASSCOM

·         Validated by Foreign Govts.

NATIONAL RECOGNITION

'O' and 'A' levels under NIELIT Scheme have been recognised as equivalent to Foundation & Advanced Diploma respectively for the purpose of employment in Central Government and its constituents vide MHRD's Gazette Notification(43) as ammended vide Notification(49).

State Governments of UP, HP & Odisha and many Public Sector Organisations have recognised NIELIT qualifications for promotions in various posts.

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

Japan Accepts

‘A' Level

Diploma Holders

 

The 'A' level examination is recognized by the Japan Information Technology Engineering examination centre (JITEC), Govt. of Japan who deems it equivalent to its corresponding skill standard examination. Thus, NIELIT ‘A'/'B' level qualifiers are fully eligible to apply for working visas to Japan and in Japanese MNCs across the world.

U.S.A. 's H1-B Visa For  'B' (MCA) Level Diploma Holders

The qualification has been assessed as equivalent to a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science in USA by an accredited evaluator. Thus the ‘B' (MCA ) level qualifiers are fully eligible for the H1-B working visa

‘O-Level’ Course:  (1 year Duration)

'O'Level Programme
Blending Knowledge with Skills

The NIELIT curriculum has been scientifically designed to give the students a solid foundation in Information Technology. The one-year course comprises of two semesters that are further divided into four modules. The entire course is covered in more than 500 hours - divided evenly between lectures and laboratory. In addition, atleast 20 hours of inputs will be provided in the Personality Development and Pre-Placement training which gives a competitive edge to F.I.E.T. students in the job market.

Eligibility: 10+2   Duration: 1 year

The Best Foundation For A Futuristic Career

'O' level leads to progressively advanced courses such as 'A' and 'B' (MCA) levels. It also lays down the foundation for premier international I.T. certifications from world leaders such as Cisco, Oracle, Red Hat and Microsoft. These certifications lead to superspecialization in high-demand niche fields of networking, database administration, open source technology and software development.

Whether one desires to superspecialize in I.T. or just needs basic I.T. skills for career-specific requirements, 'O' level becomes a must-do course for every student post 10+2.

Programme Structure 

Module No.

Title

Contact Hours

Lec

TUT/LAB

Total

 Semester - I

M1-R4

I.T. Tools and Business Systems

60

60

120

M2-R4

Internet Technology And Web Design

60

60

120

 Semester - II

M3-R4

Programming & Problem Solving Through C' Language

60

60

120

M4-R4

Application of .Net Technology

60

60

120

 

Project Work

 

30

 

Personality Development and Pre-placement Training

 

20

 

Total 

240

240

530

Subject to revision by NIELIT.
Successful students of the O' level course, pursuing A' level, will be exempted from M1-R4, M2-R4 and M3-R4 modules in the A' level examinations.

The Final Examinations

These are conducted on a national basis by the NIELIT - the agency designated by Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Government of India - twice in a year, in January and July. 
The students must complete the entire course in a maximum period of five years. The final examinations are supported by continuous internal evaluation.

Evaluation

The internal assessment of academic performance is based on the evaluation of the following:-
a) Seminars/Class Participation      b) Project work      c) Tests/Quizes     d) Final examinations.

The results are provided in the form of performance grades accordingly.

80% and above      Outstanding
70%-79%               Excellent
60%-69%               Good
50%-59%               Fair
<50%                     Fail

Contents will be revised as & when modification by Department of Electronics & I.T., Govt. of India.

M1- R4 : I.T. Tools And Business Systems

Computer Appreciation: Characteristics of Computers, Binary Number System; Computer Organization: CPU, Memory, Input, Output Devices, Multimedia, Computer Software; Operating Systems: Disk Operating Systems, Microsoft Windows, Linux: An Overview, File Handling and Installation Basics; Word Processing; Spreadsheet Package; Presentation Package; Database Operations: Data Manipulation-Concepts; Database, Relational Database, Integrity; Creating, Dropping, Manipulating table structure; Manipulation of Data: Query, Data Entry Form, Reports; Information Technology and Society : Indian IT Act, Intellectual Property Rights - issues, Application of Information Technology.

M2- R4 : Internet Technology and Web Design

Introduction to Internet: ARPANET, World Wide Web, Internet Applications; TCP/IP Internet Technology and Protocol: TCP/IP, Router, Internet Addressing Scheme; Internet Connectivity: Connectivity Types, Hardware requirement, Software requirement, Telephone Line Options Dialup connection thought the telephone systems, Protocol Options; Internet Network : Network Definition, Common terminologies, LAN, WAN, Node, Network Components, DNS, Network Topologies; Services on Internet (Definition and Functions); Electronic Mail; Current Trends on Internet; Web Publishing and Browsing: Overview, SGML, Web Hosting, Web Page Design Consideration and Principles; HTML Programming Basics: HTML page Structure, HTML links; Interactivity Tools: ASP, VB Script, JAVA & Front Page; Internet Security Management Concepts, Information Privacy and Copyright Issues.

M3- R4 : Programming & Problem Solving Through C' Language

Introduction to Programming: The Basic Model of computation, Flow-charts, Programming Languages; Algorithms for Problem Solving; Introduction to 'C' Language: Conditional Statements and Loops; Arrays; Functions; Storage classes; Structures and Unions; Pointers: Pointer Arithmetic, Arrays and Pointers, Dynamic Memory, Allocation, Self Referential Structures and Linked Lists, File Processing.

M4- R4 : Application of .Net Technology

The .Net framework: Common Language Runtime, Common Type System, Common Language Specification, The Base Class Library, MSIL, Just in Time Compilation ; C# Basics : Introduction, Data Types, Identifiers, Variables & Constants, C# statement , Object Oriented Concept, Arrays and Strings, System Collections, Delegates and Events, Indexes Attributes , Versioning ; C# Using libraries : Namespace System, Input Output, Networking and Sockets, Windows Forms, C# in Web Application, Error handling ; Advanced Features Using C# : Web Services, Window services, messaging Reflection, COM and C#, localization, Distributed Application in C#, XML and C#, Unsafe Mode, Graphical Device Interface with C#; ASP.NET 2.0 : Feature of ASP.NET 2.0, Introduction to Server controls, HTML Controls, Validation Controls, User Controls, Personalization, Session State, ADO.NET; Introduction to Programming with VB.NET : Basic Concepts and a Simple Application, using Variables, Constants, Functions, Processing Decisions, Looping structures and Lists ; File and Database Applications : File Access, Dialog Boxes, Error Handling, Menus, Connecting to Databases ; Advanced Programming Constructs : Sub Procedures, Function Procedures, Modules, Arrays, Structures, Collections; .NET Architecture and Advanced Tools: Object-Oriented Programming, Creating Distribution Web Applications, XML and ADO.NET, Graphics, Printing, Reporting.

Personality Development And Pre - Placement Training

Understanding the Thought Process; Role of Expectations; Self-View; Strengths and Weaknesses; Goal Setting; Conflict Resolution; Happiness - a State of Mind ; Developing Communication Skills. Preparing Curriculum Vitae (CV); Facing Interviews; Mock Interviews; Group Discussion Guidelines; Mock Group Discussion; Feedback.

Practicals

The Students have to devote half of the total time allotted to each module for the practical session. Practical assignments have been worked out for each theory module. The Practical examination will be based on the syllabi of all modules of O' level course.