‘A’ Level Computer Course

  • Duration: 2 year  , 1 ½ Years (‘O’ to ‘A’ Level Candidates)
  • Eligibility : ‘O’ Level or pursuing graduation or Polytechnic Engineering Diploma after 10 + 2
  • ACCREDITED BY: National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) ACCR NO. : A-0463
  • Age: No Bar

In modern society the computers has become essential part of any organization. An ‘A ‘ Level qualifier is expected to be key member of a software development team with all round capabilities to manage and guide a software project. In order to develop these capabilities the ‘A’ level course has been so designed that a student acquires an in-depth knowledge of the key areas like the computer software, office automation products, knowledge of developing a business system module using database packages, problem solving skills using programming languages, computer a rchitect ure, softwa re dev elopme nt life cycle, data -st ructure, da ta bas e management system, operating system, practical exposure to UNIX/LINUX a nd communication principles and computer networking, object oriented programming using C++ / JAVA and multimedia application.

The career options available to a NIELIT ‘A ‘ level qualifiers are:

  • Programmer
  • Training faculty
  • Trouble Shooter
  • Web Administrator
  • Web Content Developer

Paper Code  Subject
Al-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
A7- R4 Introduction to Database Management System
A8- R4 Basics of OS, UNIX and Shell Programming
A9- R4 Data Communication and Network Technologies

 

AIO-R4 Elective (One out of the following one subject to be chosen)
AIO.l-R4 Introduction to Object-Oriented  Programming through Java.
AI0.2-R4 Software Testing and Quality Management
PR-I Practical -I (Based on Al, A2, A3, A4 module syllabus)

 

PR-2 Practical-2 (based on AS, A6, A7, AS, A9, AIO modules syllabus)
PJ Project

*** Total 120 hours (Lectures=60 and Practicals=60) are devoted per module.

*** Examination pattern is followed as per NIELIT rules.

SALIENT FEATURES

  •  Fully Equipped Labs
  • Project Training
  • Educational Visits
  • Virtual Classroom
  • Presentation Skills
  • Personal Grooming
  • Interview Techniques
  • Extra Curricular Activities

 

                          

 


A Lvl (I Year) 2yr

Category Installments of Fee Total Course Fee
First Second Third
Annual Charges Tuition Fee NIELIT Fee Total Fee Tuition Fee Tuition Fee
NAF 6500 8500 0 15000 8400 8400 31800
AFA 6500 6800 0 13300 6700 6700 26700
AFO/Ex-AF 6500 5900 0 12400 5900 5900 24200
NC(e) 6500 5100 0 11600 5000 5000 21600

A Lvl (II Year) 2yr

Category Installments of Fee Total Course Fee
First Second Third
Annual Charges Tuition Fee NIELIT Fee Total Fee Tuition Fee Tuition Fee
NAF 0 8500 0 8500 8400 8400 25300
AFA 0 6800 0 6800 6700 6700 20200
AFO/Ex-AF 0 5900 0 5900 5900 5900 17700
NC(e) 0 5100 0 5100 5000 5000 15100

A Lvl (II Year) 1 ½ yr

Category Installments of Fee Total Course Fee
First Second Third
Annual Charges Tuition Fee NIELIT Fee Total Fee Tuition Fee Tuition Fee
NAF 0 6350 0 6350 6350 0 12700
AFA 0 5050 0 5050 5050 0 10100
AFO/Ex-AF 0 4450 0 4450 4450 0 8900
NC(e) 0 3750 0 3750 3750 0 7500

 

* NAF: Non Air Force, AFA: Air Force Airman, AFO/EX-AF: Air Force Officer/Ex Air Force, NC{e): Air Force NC(e)
* Caution Money is refundable
* Fee will be accepted by Cheque/DD/Cards only. No cash will be accepted.
* NIELIT Exam Fee will be charged Extra.

For 1 ½ Years (‘O’ to ‘A’ Level Candidates)Fees will be same except in second year. Second Installment: Rs. 3325/-, Third Installment: NIL

Examination Pattern

Examination is conducted module wise after completion of module.

Internal marks: 20 {includes assignments, presentations, practical exam) External marks: SO

Total: 100

 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 communicating  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 above S