‘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 7600 500 14600 7700 7700 30000
AFA 6500 5300 500 12300 5400 5400 23100
AFO/Ex-AF 6500 6200 500 13200 6100 6100 25400
NC(e) 6500 4500 500 11500 4600 4600 20700

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 7600 0 7600 7700 7700 23000
AFA 0 5300 0 5300 5400 5400 16100
AFO/Ex-AF 0 6200 0 6200 6100 6100 18400
NC(e) 0 4500 0 4500 4600 4600 13700

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 5750 0 5750 5750 0 11500
AFA 0 4050 0 4050 4050 0 8100
AFO/Ex-AF 0 4600 0 4600 4600 0 9200
NC(e) 0 3400 0 3400 3400 0 6800

 

* 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