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									        OUTLINES OF DOEACC III REVISED SYLLABI – ‘O’ & ‘A’ LEVELS

Outline of Third Revised ‘O’ level Syllabus (Effective from January 2003)

Module No.         Name
M1-R3              I.T Tools and Applications.
M2-R3              Business Systems.
M3-R3              Internet & Web Design.
M4-R3              Elective:(One subject to be selected out of the following
                   subjects )
M4.1-R3            Programming & Problem solving through “C” Language.
M4.2-R3           Programming through “Visual Basic”.
PR                 Practical
PJ                 Project


Outline of Third Revised ‘A’ level Syllabus (Effective from January 2003)

A1-R3              IT Tools and Applications.
A2-R3              Business Systems.
A3-R3              Programming & Problem solving through “C”
                   language.
A4-R3              Computer Organization.
A5-R3              Structured System Analysis & Design.
A6-R3              Data Structure through “C” language.
A7-R3              Introduction to Data Base Management Systems.
A8-R3              Basics of OS, Unix & Shell Programming.
A9-R3              Data Communication & Networks.
A10-R3             Elective: (One subject to be selected out of the
                   following subjects)
A10.1-R3           Introduction to Object Oriented Programming & C++.
A10.2-R3           Introduction to Object Oriented Programming through
                   JAVA         .
A10.3-R3           Computer Graphics.
PR1                Practical ( based on the syllabus of A1,A2,A3 and A4
                   modules)
PR2                Practical ( based on the syllabus of A5, A6, A7, A8, A9
                   and A10 modules)
PJ                 Project
PARITY TABLE BETWEEN REVISION II (w. e. f. July 1999) and
REVISION III (w. e. f. January 2003) of DOEACC Syllabus (‘O’ LEVEL )


REVISION II – (Effective from July 1999)        REVISION III – (Effective from Jan, 2003)

Code       MODULES                              Code       MODULES
M1         Elective I (one subject out of
           M1.1/M1.2/M1.3 is to be chosen).
M1.1       Information Technology               M1-R3      IT Tools and Applications
M1.2       Internet & Web Page Designing        M3-R3      Internet and Web Design
M1.3       Client Server Computing                         No Equivalent
M2         Personal Computer Software           M1-R3      IT Tools and Applications
M3         Elective II(one subject out of
           M3.1/M3.2/M3.3 is to be chosen
M3.1       Business Systems                     M2-R3      Business Systems
M3.2       Desk Top Publishing & Presentation              No Equivalent
           Graphics
M3.3       Computerized Financial Accounting               No Equivalent
M4         Elective III(one subject out of
           M4.1/M4.2/M4.3 is to be chosen).
M4.1       Programming and Problem Solving      M4.1-R3    Programming and Problem Solving
           Through ‘C’ Language                            through ‘C’ Language
M4.2       Programming and Problem Solving                 No Equivalent
           Through COBOL
M4.3       Programming in Visual Basic          M4.2-R3    Programming through Visual
                                                           Basic


The above table shows the equivalence between the modules of existing syllabus
(Revision II) and the new syllabus (Revision III). Candidates would not be
allowed to appear in the equivalent papers of the Revision III (new) syllabus, if
they have already passed them. Candidates would have to pass a total of 4
papers in order to qualify O level. Candidates would be allowed exemption in
equal number of papers of their choice for papers which they have passed in
Revision II (old) syllabus and which have no equivalence in the Revision III (new)
syllabus.
PARITY TABLE BETWEEN REVISION II (w. e. f. July 1999) and
REVISION III (w. e. f. January 2003) of DOEACC Syllabus (‘A’ LEVEL )

CODE Revision II (effective from CODE                          Revision III (effective from
              July 1999)                                             January 2003)
A1   Personal Computer Software A1-R3                      IT Tools & Applications
A2   Elective(One subject out of
     A2.1&A2.2 is to be chosen)

         A2.1 Business Systems                A2-R3        Business Systems

         A2.2 ERP Fundamentals                             No Equivalent

A3       Computer Organization and            A4-R3        Computer Organization
         System Software
A4       Programming and Problem              A3-R3        Programming and Problem Solving
         Solving through “C”                               through “C” Language.
         Language.
A5       System Analysis , Design and         A5-R3        Structured System Analysis & Design
         MIS
A6       Data Structure through “C”           A6-R3        Data Structure through “C” Language.
         Language.
A7       Introduction to DataBase             A7-R3        Introduction to DataBase Management
         Management
A8       Computer Graphics                    A10.3-R3 Computer Graphics
A9       Data Communication and               A9-R3    Data Communication and Network
         Network
A10      Elective(One subject out of
         A10.1,A10.2,A10.3&A10.4 is
         to be chosen)
         A10.1 Unix and Shell                 A8-R3        Basics of OS, Unix & Shell
         Programming                                       Programming
         A10.2 Introduction to Object
         Oriented Programming and             A10.1-R3 Introduction to Object Oriented
         C++ / Visual C++                              Programming and C++

         A10.3 Programming in Java
                                              A10.2-R3       Introduction to Object Oriented Programming through
                                                                                                            Java
         A10.4 Introduction to Object
         Oriented programming and                          No Equivalence
         Visual Basic

The above table shows the equivalence between the papers of existing (old) syllabus (Revision II) and the
new syllabus (revision III). A candidates would not be allowed to appear in the equivalent papers of the
revision III (new) syllabus, if they have already passed them. Candidates would have to pass a total of 10
papers in order to qualify A level. Candidates would be allowed exemption in equal number of papers of
their choice for papers which they have passed in revision II (old) syllabus and which have no equivalence
in the revision 3 (new) syllabus.
             Third Revised Syllabus for
     DOEACC ‘O’ and ’A’ and ‘B1’* Level Courses.


a)   For Students undergoing DOEACC accredited courses:

1.    The Third Revised Syllabi for ‘O’, ‘A’ and ‘B1’*, level come into
      force with effect from January 2003. The first examination
      under the Third Revised Syllabus will be held in July, 2003.

2.    The students undergoing ‘O’, ‘A’ and ‘B1’* levels under the
      existing (II Revised Syllabus) would be given an opportunity for
      two examinations (July 2003 and January 2004) to complete
      their courses. Students unable to complete the courses would
      have to choose the subjects under the new (III Revised)
      Syllabus with effect from July, 2004 examination.

3.    The new students getting registered for July 2003 Exams for
      ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels will opt only for the Revised Syllabi.

4.    A student can opt for Module/Paper EITHER under the Old
      syllabus OR under the New Syllabus. Opting for the old as well
      as new syllabus in the same examination will not be
      permissible.

5.    Once a student opts for the New Syllabus, reversal to Old
      Syllabus will not be permissible.


*     ‘B1’ level indicates the students undergoing first two semesters
      of ‘B’ level course which is common with ’A’ level.
            Third Revised Syllabus for
       DOEACC ‘O’, ’A’ and ‘B1’ Level Courses.

b) For the Approved Institutes running DOEACC accredited
   course(s):

1.   The teaching for the New Syllabus for students appearing in
     July, 2003 Examinations to commence with effect from 1st
     January, 2003.
2.   The first Examination for ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels as per the revised
     syllabus will be held in July 2003.
3.   Examinations in July 2003 and January 2004 will be conducted
     parallely under Old and Revised syllabus.
4.   From July, 2004 onwards, examinations will be conducted only
     under Revised Syllabus for these levels.
5.   One copy each of the Third Revised ‘O’ and ‘A’ level Syllabi
     have been dispatched to all the institutes. Institutes may check
     the receipt of official copies of Revised Syllabi for ‘O’ and ‘A’
     Level
6.   Arrange for requisite number of copies of the syllabi for
     reference by students of your institute.
7.   To arrange for books (reading and reference), as given in the
     respective syllabus.
8.   In case of any queries/clarifications, please contact Lt. Cdr. S.
     Chopra (4363257- sudhakar@doeacc.org.in), Shri C.P. Raghav
     (Phone: 4363184 – email cpraghav@doeacc.org.in)
9.   To ensure availability of additional infrastructure including
     internet access etc. for implementing the new syllabus.

								
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