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         IICE has realized the knowledge demand of industries, government and private
sectors. The institute has designed different courses, taking complete care of latest
technical developments in the global scenario. The courses are as follows:

 S. No                           Course                                      Duration
   1.      Certificate in Computer Application (CCA)               1 Month       ( 50 Hrs)
   2.      Diploma in Computer Application    (DCA)                6 Months ( 300 Hrs)
   3.      Advance Diploma in Computer Application (ADCA)          1 Year        ( 600 Hrs)
   4.      Honors Diploma in Computer Application      (HDCA)      2 Years      (1200 Hrs)
   5.      Master Diploma in Computer Application      (MDCA)      3 Years      (1800 Hrs)
CCA (Certificate in Computer Application)
Duration: One Month (50 hours)

Course Break-Up

Course Contents:

   1. Introduction to Computer :
          What is Computer, Components of Computer System, Classification of
          Computers, Representation of data/information and concept of data processing
   2. Introduction to Windows:
          What is operating system, basic of Windows, User Interface, Windows
          Settings and Advanced Windows
   3. Basic DOS Commands:
          Comparison of DOS and Windows, Switching Between DOS and Windows,
          Basic DOS Commands
   4. Elements of Work Processing:
          Word Processing basics, Opening and closing document, Moving around in a
          document, Using a document / help wizard, Text Creation and manipulation,
          Formatting the text, Handling multiple documents, Table manipulation,
   5. Spread Sheet:
          Elements of Electronic Spreadsheet, Spreadsheet for small accounting,
          Manipulation of cells, Formula preparation
   6. Computer Communication and Internet:
          Basics of Computer Networks, Internet, Services on Internet
   7. WWW and web browser:
          Web Browsing software, Surfing the Internet, Chatting on Internet
   8. E-mail:
          Basic of electronic mail, Using e-mail, Document handling
   9. MS Power Point:
          Basics and introduction, Creation of presentation, Preparation of slides, Slide
          manipulation and slide show, Presentation of slides
DCA (Diploma in Computer Application)
Duration: Six Months (300 Hours)

Course Break-Up

Course Contents:
      CCA +

   1. HTML:
         Document overview, Header elements, Section headings, Block-Oriented
         elements, Lists, Visual markup, Hypertext links, Uniform Resource Locators
         (URLs), Images, Forms, Tables, Special characters, Using Dreamweaver for
         web designing
   2. Financial Accounting:
         Accounting basics, Getting started with Tally, Gateway of Tally and other
         useful features of Tally
   3. Desk Top Publishing (DTP):
         Page Maker: Introduction, Page creation, Editing & Formatting, Designing,
         Utilities, Working with Pallet
         Corel Draw: Introduction, Transforming Object, Outlining Objects, Creating
         Special effects
   4. Visual Basic:
         The Integrated Development Environment, Managing projects, Visual Basic
         programming elements, Working with forms, Basic and Advanced ActiveX
         controls, Graphics with Visual Basic, Multiple Document Interface, Error
         handling, Windows APIs and DLL, OOP with Visual Basic and Database
         programming with Visual Basic
   5. MS-Access:
         Introduction, Tables, Query, Form, Function, Report
ADCA (Advance Diploma in Computer Application)
Duration: One Year (600 Hrs)
       10+2 for ITI Certificate (one year) after class 10, or Higher Qualification

Course Contents:

       DCA +

    1. Programming using C
       Fundamentals of C programming: Overview of C, Structure of C program, Data
       types, Constants & Variables, Operators & Expressions, Identifiers & Keyword,
       Control statements, Arrays, Functions, Basic I/O, Programming examples
       Advance programming techniques: Scope Rules, Recursion
       Dynamic Data Structures in C: Pointers, Structures, Unions, Example Algorithms
       Miscellaneous features: File Handling, C Preprocessor, C Standard Library and
       Header files

    2. Object Oriented Programming using C++
       Basics of C++: Structure of a program, Variables, Data Types, Constants,
       Operators, Basic Input/Output, Control Structures, Functions, Arrays, Character
       Sequences, Pointers, Dynamic Memory
       Object Oriented Programming: Classes, Friend function, Inheritance and
       Advanced Concepts: Templates, Namespaces, Exceptions, Type Casting,
       Preprocessor directives
       C++ Standard Library: Input/Output with files

    3. Relational Database Management System
       DBMS: Data information and knowledge, Data management and processing, File
       oriented approach, Data oriented approach, Database administration, Database
       architecture and language
       Relational Model: Definition, Hierarchical, Network, Relational model, Concept
       of keys, Candidate, Foreign, Primary and Alternate key, Fundamental integrity
       rule, Relational algebra and Tuple relational calculus
       SQL: Commands, Creation of database, SELECT, FROM, WHERE, GROUP
       BY, HAVING, ORDER BY, INSERT, DELETE etc, Queries
       Database design: Conceptual model, Logical and Physical model, Entity
       Relationship diagram, Normalization and Concept of Indexes

    4. Computer Organization & Architecture
       Introduction: Definition of computer, Stored programming concepts and Van
       Neumann architecture, Building blocks of computer
       Combinational blocks: Logic Gates, Flip Flops, Decoder and Encoder,
       Multiplexer, Register, Counter and RAM
   Register transfer language and micro operations: Buses, Data movement among
   registers, Data movement from / to memory, Arithmetical and logical operations
   and register transfer
   Architecture of processor: Computer organization and instruction set, Micro
   instruction, Concept of Interrupt and simple I/O organization
   CPU Organization: Address modes, Instruction formats, CPU organization with
   large register, Stack, Handling of interrupts and subroutines, Assembly language
   programming, Machine and Assembly language, Subroutine in assembly
   language, I/O programming
   Microprogrammed Control Unit: Organization of microprogrammed controller,
   Horizontal and Vertical formats
   Memory organization: Dynamic and Static RAM, Building large memories using
   chips, Associative, Cache and Virtual memory
   System programming (Introduction): Assembler and micro assemblers, Loader,
   Linker and Compiler

5. Advanced Web Designing (Using CSS, DHTML & JavaScript)
   Tags Programming Using CSS, Theory of DHTML
   JAVA Script:
   Statements, Comments, Variables, Operators, Comparisons, If...Else, Switch,
   Popup Boxes, Functions, For loop, While loop, Break loops, For...In, Events,
   Try...Catch, Throw, Special Text, Guidelines
   Objects Introduction, String, Date, Array, Boolean, Math

6. Project
HDCA (Honors Diploma in Computer Application)
Duration: Two Year (1200 Hrs)
       10+2 for ITI Certificate (one year) after class 10, or Higher Qualification

Course Contents:

       ADCA +

       1. Implementing RDBMS through MS SQL Server 2005:
          Introduction to Database Management System, Introduction to SQL Server
          2005, Installing SQL Server 2005, Introduction to Databases in SQL Server
          2005, Tables in a Database, The Structured Query Language, User-defined
          functions and Stored Procedures

       2. Data Structures through C
          Introduction to Data Structure: Definition of Data types, Representation of
          Algorithm Design and data Structure: Design and Analysis of Algorithm, Top
          down and Bottom up approach, Structured approach to programming
          Array: Definition, Use, Single & Multidimensional Array
          Stacks and Queues: Implementation of Stacks and Queues using array,
          Circular queues and Application of stacks
          Linked List: Singly linked list, Stacks and Queues using Linked List,
          Polynomial representation & manipulation, Circular linked list, Doubly linked
          Storage Allocation and Garbage Collection: Memory location, First and Best
          Fit approaches, Boundary tag method.
          Trees: Binary Trees, Traversal (In-order, Pre-order and Post-order),
          Representation of trees and its application, Representation of a Binary Trees,
          Binary Search Tree
          Searching and Sorting: Sequential search, Index search, Internal sorting,
          Insertion, Bubble and sort
          Strings: String representation, String manipulation using array

       3. Java and Application Development through Java
          Fundamentals, Using Classes and Methods, Java’s Control Statements,
          Creating Classes, Inheritance, Interfaces and Packages, Exceptions,
          Multithreaded Programming, Java Class Libraries, Input and Output, Applets,
          Event Handling, The Abstract Window Toolkit and Swing Class

       4. System Analysis and Design
          Introduction to system: Definition of system, Types and characteristics of
          system, System Model and its types, Elements of System, Real time and
          Distribute system, Principle of successful system.
   System Development Life Cycle: Definition, Study, Problem definition,
   Analysis of problem, Logical design, Prototyping, Development of model,
   Testing and Refining, System construction & development, System
   Implementation and Maintenance, Documentation & types
   System Planning: Techniques of Data Gathering, Interviews, Group
   communication, Presentations and site visits, Feasibility studies and
   requirement, Definition, Technical Feasibility, Economical Feasibility, Use
   response, Cost benefit and Analysis
   Structured Tools and Techniques: Flow charts, DFD (Data Flow Diagram),
   Decision table & tree, Pseudo code, Data Dictionary
   Input-Output Forms: Types of Forms System, Audit and Security, Definition
   of security, Data and storage media, Recovery of data
   Management Information System: Definition of MIS, MIS Organization,
   System objectives and System constants

5. Computer Graphics
   Input Devices: Digitizing tablets, Mouse, Track ball, Light pens, Touch
   panels, Scanners (Types, size)
   Drawing Geometry: Mathematics for computer graphics, Polar coordinates in
   XY plane, Matrix (Scalar multiplication, matrices addition multiplication and
   Line drawing and 2D transformation: Simple line drawing, Homogenous
   coordinates systems, Translation, Scaling, and Rotation
   Conics and Curves: Generation of Ellipse through transformation on circles,
   Curves drawing
   Graphic Operations: Clipping, Window port and View port, Explicit Line
   clipping algorithm, Midpoint subdivision algorithm and Filling
   Graphical devices: Display systems, CRT, Gray shade, Lookup tables, Flat
   panel displays (Plasma panels, Liquid Crystal Display)
   VGA and SVGA Monitor

6. Project
MDCA (Master Diploma in Computer Application)
Duration: Three Years (2400 Hrs)
       10+2 for ITI Certificate (one year) after class 10, or Higher Qualification

Course Contents:

       HDCA +

       1. Operating Systems
          Introduction: History, Views, Concepts, Structure
          Process Management: Processes, State and Resources, Threads, UNIX
          implementation of Processes
          Process Scheduling: Paradigms, UNIX, Modeling
          Process Synchronization: Synchronization primitives and their equivalence,
          Memory Management: Virtual memory, Page replacement algorithms,
          File Systems: Implementation, Directory and space management, UNIX file
          system, Distributed file systems
          Distributed Issues: Synchronization, Mutual exclusion
          Security: General policies and mechanisms, protection models, authentication
          I/O: Layers, Buffers, Drivers.

       2. UNIX and Shell Programming
          Introduction to operating System: DOS & UNIX, Process, files
          UNIX Architecture: Kernel, Process & Time Sharing, Shell, File and
          Directories, Creation of a file, Inode number and Filename, File security, File
          UNIX Editors: ED-Editor and VI-Editor
          Shell Scripts: Introduction, Bourne shell, C-shell, Shell variables, Scripts,
          Meta characters, If and case statements, For, While and Until loops
          AWK Programming: Pattern, Scanning and processing language, Begin and
          End pattern, Awk Arithmetic and variables, Arrays and string
          System administration: Need and Role, System Manager
          System calls and C-function library: UNIX-System calls, ‘C’-Library & math
          Library-file handling, Command line argument, ‘C’-Files and UNIX-C
       3. .NET Frameworks
       a. C#:
          What is .NET?, What are C# and MSIL?, Introduction to Visual Studio .NET,
          .NET SDK and Tools, C# Fundamentals, Type Hierarchy, Classes v/s
          Structures, Iteration and Flow of control, Arrays, Exception handling,
          Inheritance, Polymorphism, Interfaces, C# Event model, Streams, WinForms,
   Threading Support, Performance in C#, Raw access, Reflection,
   Interoperability, Assemblies, Advance concept
   Introduction: .NET framework overview, Introduction to ASP.NET, Web
   Forms (Server Controls, Validation Controls), Web, Forms Exercise, State
   Management Techniques (Session, Applications, View state, Cookies and
c. Data & ADO.NET
   ADO.NET I: Debugging, Tracing & Error Handling techniques,
   DataBinding, Creating Datasources for DataBinding, DataBinding Controls
   (Using templated controls: Repeater, DataList), ADO.NET Object model
   (ADO.NET connections, ADO.NET commands, Executing commands, Using
   Stored Procedures, ADO.NET DataReader, ADO.NET Transactions)
   ADO.NET II: ADO.NET DataSets, (Working with disconnected data,
   Working with XML data, Working with related data, Updating data &
   concurrency issues), Editing data with the DataGrid, (Sorting, Paging, Button,
   Columns, Hyperlink columns, Templated columns, Use of Stored Procedures)
   Introduction to VB.NET: Language fundamentals, Type Hierarchy, Language
   features, .NET Framework, Windows, Application Development (WinForms,
   Event Model, Controls and Menus)

4. Computer Networks
   Introduction: Communication System, Analog and digital data
   communication, Communication channels
   Transmission Media: Twin wire, Coaxial cable, Microwave stations, Satellite
   link, Optical fiber
   Data Modems: Modulation and Demodulation, Amplitude Shift Keying,
   Frequency Shift Keying, Phase Shift Keying (PSK), Deferential PSK
   Multi channel data communication: Circuits, Channels and multi channeling,
   Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM), Time Division Multiplexing (TDM)
   Data Network: Circuit switching, Packet switching, Network topologies
   Network Protocol: OSI model, TCP/IP model, Data link protocol, Ethernet
   and Token Rings, X.25 protocol

5. Oracle
   Concept of DBMS & RDBMS, Difference between DBMS & RDBMS, SQL-
   DDL, DML, TCL with options, Database objects, Table view, Synonym,
   Index, Sequence, Joins (simple, outer and self join), Operator in SQL *plus,
   Introduction to PI/SQL, Trigger, Cursor, Sub programs (procedure &
   function), Packages, Types, Error handling (exceptions)
6. Project
Special Courses:
    1. Financial Accounting (Duration: 1Month)
           i. 1 Month (50 Hrs)
                    i. Accounting Basics: Accounting concepts, Types of accounts,
                       Main accounting reports, Procedure of writing A/Cs, Trial
                       balance, Final accounts, Cash         & Fund flow, Inventory
                   ii. Getting Started with Tally
                   iii. Gateway of Tally: Various key function, Account information,
                       Voucher entry, Balance sheet, Ratio analysis, Printing &
                       exporting the data, Preparation of final accounts & printing
                   iv. Other useful features of Tally: Company information, Backup &
                       restore, Voucher cancellation, Changing financial year

    2. Business Accounts Analyst
                   6 Months (300 Hrs)
                   MODULE -I

                   Accounts Assistant
                   IT & Computer Operations: Introduction to IT & its trends, Windows
                   & DOS, MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Internet & e-mails
                   Accounting fundamentals: Introduction, Basic rules for Debit &
                   Credit, Double entry system, Manual book keeping (Day book, cash
                   book, journal, ledger, subsidiary ledger, purchase book, sale &
                   purchase return), voucher entries

                   FA Packages: Tally 7.2, Busy Lite & Tata EX-NGN
                   Advance Accounts: Capital & Revenue transactions, Billing terms and
                   other concepts, Depreciation as per Income Tax rules, Rectification of
                   errors, Bank reconciliation statement, Ratio analysis, Final accounts
                   and trial balance, Trading account, Profit, Loss and Balance sheet.

                   Business Accountant
                   Taxation: Concept of Income Tax and Tax laws, Preparation of sales
                   Tax return, Different types of forms, Income Tax challan, TDS
                   returns, TDS certificates, manually and electronically return, Tax
                   planning, Deduction, Exemptions and disallowances & special
            workshop on Income Tax, Concept of sales tax and laws, Nilbills,
            Preparation of sales tax return
            Introduction to VAT: VAT calculation, Procedure getting, VAT credit,
            VAT from / return

            Excise: All procedure and excise records, Invoicing, Credit scheme,
            Export procedure, Service tax and Documentation
            Banking: Banking concepts, various instruments of banking, e-
            banking, Debit and Credit card transactions, On-line fund transfer and
            balance enquiry, Loan project (CC, OD, Term loan, Interest
            calculation, Hire purchase and EMI)

            MODULE – II

            Business Accounts
            Payroll: Generation of pay slip, Pay register, Leave register, LTA,
            leave, Form 16 compensation, Statutory deduction, PFP Tax
            Investment and portfolio Management: Portfolio and investment
            analysis, Insurance bonds, Debenture, PPF, NSC, FD, EMI, Mutual
            funds, Shares, DMAT account, On-line trading, Analysis with Tax
            effect on share transactions.

            ROC (Company Matters)
            Statutory book maintenance and forms fixed assets register, Member
            register, Filling of different forms like appointments, Registration of
            director, Annual returns as per requirements

3. DTP Course (Duration: 1 Month)
      i. Page Maker
             i. Introduction
            ii. Page Creation, Editing & Formatting
            iii. Designing
            iv. Utilities
            v. Working with Pallet
      ii. Corel Draw
             i. Introduction
            ii. Transforming Object
            iii. Outlining Objects
            iv. Creating Special effects
4. Web Designing (Duration: 1 Month)
  Internet basics, HTML, Dreamweaver
5. Web Development (Duration: 3 Months)

      i. Internet Basics, HTML, Dreamweaver
      ii. Tags Programming Using CSS, Theory of DHTML
      iii. JAVA Script:
           Statements, Comments, Variables, Operators, Comparisons, If...else,
           Switch, Popup boxes, Functions, For loop, While loop, Break loop,
           For...in, Events, Try...catch, Throw, Special text, Guidelines
           Objects Intro, String, Date, Array, Boolean, Math

      iv Adobe Photoshop: Introduction, Learning different tools, Implementing
         filters, Creating special effects

6. Programming Languages (Duration: 3 Months)
      i. C
      ii. C++
      iii. Visual Basic
7. Advanced Programming Language (Duration: 6 Months)
      i. JAVA
      ii. .Net (Using C#, VB, ASP)
      iii. SQL (Structured Query Language)
Diploma in Hardware & Networking (DHN)
Duration: 6 Months
   1. Introduction to Computer Peripherals: (45 Days )
      Power cables, UPS, Cabinet, S.M.P.S., Motherboard, CPU, CPU fan, RAM,
      Floppy Drive, Hard Disk, CD-ROM Drive, CD-Writer, Connector cables, PCI
      VGA display card, LAN card, AGP card, Sound card, AMR card, TV tuner card,
      SCSI card, DVD ROM, Combo drive, Keyboard, Mouse, Monitor, Speaker,
      Printer, Modem, Scanner, Digital Camera, Pen Drive etc.
   2. Assembling: (15 Days)
      Understanding BIOS, BIOS setup, CMOS battery, UPS, Memory Types (D-
      RAM, SD-RAM, DDR-RAM, RD-RAM, DDR2-RAM etc.), Ports Types, CPU
      Types (e.g. Intel, AMD, Cyrix), SMPS (AT&ATX) and Motherboard
   3. Installation: (1 Month)
      Disk formatting, File Systems, Partition, System configuration for installation,
      Installation of different operating system (e.g. DOS, Win 98, Win 2000, Win XP
      Professional, Vista, Linux etc.), Installation of antivirus software
   4. Basic Electronics: (2 Month)
      Analog Electronics:
      Introduction to electronics, Multimeter, Resistance, Color coding, Frequency
      capacitor, Evaluation of resistance & capacitor, Quail transformer, Diode,
      Transistor, FET, MOSFET, SCR, Sensor, Photo diode, Photo transistor, ICs,
      Soldering & de-soldering
      Digital Electronics:
      Introduction to Digital electronics, Difference between analog & digital signal,
      Number system & conversion, Binary addition & subtraction, Logic gates,
      Multiplexer & de-multiplexer, Comparator and parity checker, Flip-Flop (SR,
      CLK-SR, JK, Master-Slave, D Type), Introduction to register & types, Universal
      Shift Register IC, Semi-conductor memory (RD/WR operation), Types of
      memory (RAM, ROM)
   5. Basic Networking: (1 Month)
      Introduction, Topology, OSI Model, TCP/IP Model, Network devices, Network
      addressing, Network cabling, Network types, Network routing, Firewall, DNS,
      Network services, Network operating system, Dial-up connection, Sharing
      resources, NTFS permissions, Setup internet connection sharing
Advanced Diploma in Hardware & Networking (ADHN)

Duration: 1 Year

MODULE I (4 Months)
Cover all contents of DHN in a fast track program.

MODULE II (3 Months)

Client Operating Systems
070-270-Installing Configuring and Administering Microsoft Window XP Professional
070-290-Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
070-291-Implementing, Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Network Infrastructure
070-293-Planning & Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network
070-294- Planning & Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory
070-297-Designing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network
070-284-Implememting & Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003

MODULE III (2 Months)

Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

Fundamentals of Internetworking, IP Addressing & Variable Length Subnet Masking,
Basic Configuration of CISCO Router, Configuration & Managing Static, Default,
Dynamic Routing, Configuration & Managing Dynamic Routing Protocol (RIP (V1, V2),
IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF), Concepts of Switching, Configuration & management of
Switches, Backup & Restore of Cisco Router IOS, Access List, V-LAN concept,
Configuration & managing CISCO IOS, ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network),
FRI (Frame Relay Implementation)

MODULE IV (3 Months)

RHCT (Linux) Troubleshooting and System Maintenance

Introduction to Unix & Linux, Installation of Linux, Introduction to Graphical
Environment, Basic of TCP/IP Network Services(DHCP, DNS, Apache, FTP, Squid,
Samba & Cups), System Admin (Start up & Shutdown, SPA. User & Group Admin,
ACL Disk Management, Quota), Linux Security, Raid & MODEM Configuration

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