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     DETAILED SYLLABUS
DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
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No.                             Title of the Subject                        Duration/Hrs

1.    Computer Science and Operating system(Windows)                             10

2.    Personal computer software tools (MS Word,MS Excel and Power Point)        30

3.    Open Office                                                                20

4.    Designing and Publishing using PageMaker, Photoshop and CorelDraw          40

5.    Windows Programming through Visual Basic                                   50

6.    Software Lab                                                               50

7.    Seminar                                                                    40
                                   Total                                        240
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                                      DCS -1
                  COMPUTER SCIENCE & OPERATING SYSTEMS (WINDOWS)


1.    TYPES OF COMPUTER
      Analog, Digital, and Hybrid type, Hardware, Software, System software, Application software, Stored
      Program Concept and Von Newman Architecture, Firm ware, Human ware, Stored Program Concept,
      Evolution of computers, Generation of computer.

2.    BACKGROUND AND NUMBER SYSTEM
      Information Representation and Codes, Data Types, Complements, Addition and Subtraction of Binary
      Numbers, Fixed Point and Floating Point Representation, Octal and Hexadecimal System , Conversion of
      Number Systems, Alpha Numeric Codes – ASCII & EBCDIC, Error Detection Codes, Building Blocks
      of Computers, Combinational Blocks (Gates, Multiplexes, Decoders, Encoders etc.), Sequential Building
      Blocks (Flip Flops, Registers, Counters, Random Access Memory, etc.)

3.    REGISTER TRANSFER LANGUAGE AND MICRO-OPERATIONS
      Register Transfer Language, Concept of Bus, Bus and Memory Transfer, Arithmetic Micro Operations,
      Logical and Shift Micro Operations

4.    ARCHITECTURE OF A SIMPLE PROCESSOR
      A Simple Computer Organization, Computer Registers, Computer Instructions, Timing and Control,
      Instruction Cycle, Program Interrupts, Design of Basic Computer

5.    CPU ORGANIZATION
      Addressing Modes, Instruction Formats, CPU Organization with Large Registers, Stacks and Handling of
      Interrupts and Subroutines, Instruction Pipelining : Storage, Hazards and methods to Remove Hazards

6.    PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
      Machine language, Assembly language, High level language

7.    ORGANISATION OF A DIGITAL COMPUTER
      Input unit, Output unit, Central Processing unit, Memory

8.    DATA PROCESSING
      Data collection, Classifications, Sorting and Merging, Processing, Summarising
      Storing

9.    DATA ORGANISATION
      Organisation Data, Character, Field, Record, File, Database, Sequential Access, Random Access, Indexed
      Sequential Access


10.   PROGRAMMING PROCESS
      Problem Definition, Algorithm, Flowchart and coding, Testing and debugging, Implementation,
      Documentation, Structured Programming.
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11.   DATA COMMUNICATION
      Local Area Network, Wide Area Network, Satellite Communication, Internet

12.   OPERATING SYSTEM
      Introduction, Different Operating Systems, Loading and Quitting the Operating Systems
      Important DOS Commands

                                                WINDOWS

1.    WINDOWS INTRODUCTION
      Operating System

2.    DESK TOP ICONS
      My Computer, Recycle Bin, Internet Explorer, Network Neighborhood, My Documents

3.    WORKING WITH WINDOWS
      How to create a Folder, Copying and cutting files, Renaming

4.    START ICON
      Programs, Favorites, Documents, Settings, Find, Run, Shut down

5.    APPLICATION ICONS

                                          DCS -2
                             PERSONAL COMPUTER SOFTWARE TOOLS
                                   (MS WORD, EXCEL AND POWERPOINT)

                                                MS WORD

1.      AN INTRODUCTION TO WORD
        The Word work space, Starting and quitting Word, Creating and Manipulating Various documents,
        Editing of proofing files, Merging documents and macros

2.      HOW TO USE MOUSE AND MENU
        Working with dialog box

3.      PRIMARY COMMANDS IN FILE MENU
        The Open Commands, The File name commands, The New commands, The Save, Save As, and Save
        all commands, The Close command, The Page setup, The Print commands, The Exit commands

4.      EDIT MENU COMMANDS
        The Cut, Copy, and Paste commands, The Undo and Repeat commands

5.      FORMAT COMMANDS
        Font commands, Paragraph commands
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6.     OTHER MENU
       The view menu, The Insert menu, The tool menu, The table menu, The Window menu

                                                 EXCEL

1.     BUILDING A SIMPLE WORKSHEET
       Entering Text, Entering Values, Entering Dates and Times, Moving Around, Selecting Ranges, Using
       Menu, Using Tool Bar, Using Shortcut Menus, Changing Entries, Copying Entries, Moving Entries,
       Inserting and Deleting cells

2.     FORMATTING BASICS
       Changing Character Style, Changing Alignment, Changing Column Width

3.     WORKING WITH MULTIPLE WORKSHEET
       Copying entries between work books, Moving sheets between work books, Deleting sheets, Quitting
       Excel

4.     OPENING EXISTING WORKBOOKS
       Simple calculations, Doing Arithmetic, Totaling column of values, Naming cells and Ranges

5.     FORMATTING TEXT
       Displaying dollars and cents, Formatting decimal places, dates Format, Copying style and formats

6.     FORMULAS THAT MAKE DECISIONS
       Using the IF function, Using the nested IF function, Copying formulas

7.     Checking Spelling, Printing Worksheets, Preview Worksheets, Setting up the pages,

8.     Sorting data, Keeping Leading in View, Finding records, Adding and deleting Records, Filtering
       Records

9.     Plotting charts, Sizing and moving charts, Updating charts, changing the chart type, Using chart auto
       format

10.    Creating Macros, Recording Macros, Running Macros



                                             POWER POINT

1.    POWER POINT
      Main Features of Power Point

2.    MAKING THE PRESENTATION
      Creating Template with the Auto Content Wizard. Creating a Presentation with a Template. Creating a
      presentation from Scratch
3     DIFFERENT VIEWS
      Normal Slide, Outline, Slide Sorter, Slide Show, Notes, Slide Master
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4      ANIMATION, ART AND SOUND
       Controlling Transitions between slides. Animating Different Parts of a slide. Inserting a Motion Clip.
       Including Sounds in slides.

5.     INCLUDING GRAPHS, CHARTS, TABLES AND COLUMNS
       Organization Chart Slide, Creating a table Slide. Creating two columns Slide, Showing A Presentation,
       Rehearsing/ Timing a Presentation, Designation some slides as “Hidden”, Viewing Slides Anywhere in a
       Slide Show.

6.     Techniques for Making a Show Livelier

7.     OFFICE CONNECTIONS
       Presenting with the help of other Office Programs Importing the text from a World Document.

8.     Printing a Presentation

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                                               OPEN OFFICE

     1. OVERVIEW OF OPENOFFICE.ORG CALC
     1. Describe the features of Open Office Calc
     2. The Open Office Calc Screen
     2. ENTERING INFORMATION IN A WORKSHEET
     1. Entering numeric values
     2. Entering text values
     3. Entering dates and times
     4. Entering notes
     5. Entering formulas
     6. Saving the workbook


     3. EDITING THE WORKSHEET
     1. Selecting cells and ranges
     2. Clearing and deleting cells
     3. Undoing commands
     4. Using Cut, Copy and Paste
     5. Adding rows and columns to the worksheet
     6. Entering a series of labels, numbers and dates

     4. FORMATTING A WORKSHEET
     1. Formatting cells
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     2. Applying an Auto format to a table
     3. Changing column widths and row heights
     4. Inserting page breaks


     5. ORGANISING INFORMATION WITH WORKBOOKS
     1. Linking Information between worksheets
     2. Using more than one Workbook
     6. CUSTOMISING OPENOFFICE CALC TO WORK THE WAY YOU DO
     1. Using the Zoom command
     2. Setting AutoCorrect options
     3. Setting Printing Options
     4. Controlling Page Orientation
     5. Adjusting the Margins
     6. Adding gridlines and other options


     7. CREATING WORKSHEET CHARTS
     1. Planning a Chart
     2. Creating a Chart
     3. Formatting a Chart

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                         DESIGNING AND PUBLISHING IN COMPUTER
                      USING PAGEMAKER, PHOTOSHOP AND CORELDRAW

                                              PAGEMAKER


1.     INTRODUCTION
       Introduction to Desk Top Publishing, Introduction to Page Maker Advantages, Using the Mouse,
       Components of the Page Maker Window

2.     CREATING A NEW DOCUMENT
       Setting the Margins, Setting the Page Size, Changing the page Orientation, Setting Page Numbers,
       Changing the Page Size view, Creating New Document Windows: Displaying the Rulers, Changing the
       Rulers, Using Rulers, Using Guidelines, Positioning Guidelines., Adding Guidelines to Master Pages.
       Aligning to Guidelines, Displaying Guidelines, Locking Guidelines. Formatting Types: Changing Font
       Families, Changing Fond Sizes, Changing Typeface Style, Changing Character Specifications : Changing
       Type leading, Changing Character Widths, Changing Tracking, Changing Type Options. Saving Your
       Document: Saving a new Document, Saving an existing Document, Saving a Document as another
       document, Reverting to a Previously Saved Version. Developing Paragraphs: Typing Text, Adding special
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      Characters to Text, Aligning Text. Formatting paragraphs: Changing Indents, Changing the space
      around Paragraphs, Changing paragraph Alignment, controlling How Paragraphs Break Between Pages
      and Columns, Adding lines Above or Below Your Paragraphs.

3     INTRODUCTION TO CREATING FRAMES
      Converting Other Objects to Frames, Threading and Unthreading Text. Threading additional Text,
      Threading Text to Different Page, Unthreading Text Blocks, Rethreading Text Blocks, Making Text

      Blocks Disappear Without Deleting them, Selecting and Dragging Text, Editing Deleting Text, Cut,
      Copying, Pasting Text, Viewing the Contents of Clipboard, Using Undo and Revert. Inserting and
      Removing Pages: Inserting and Removing Pages, Adjusting Spacing of Characters, Words, Lines :
      Adjusting, Spacing and Leading, Setting and changing Tabs.
4.    Introduction to Auto Flow, page maker Plug-Ins, Drop Cap, Change Case, Bullets and Numbering.

5.    ADDING DESIGN ELEMENTS- INTRODUCTION
      Adding Graphics to your Document, Adding Lines, Changing Lines Specifications, Adding Shapes,
      changing Shape specifications, Changing Line and fill, Specifications together (Fill and Stroke), Changing
      Round Corners, Creating Drop-Shadow, Boxes, Text wrap, Changing page maker Options: Adjusting
      Margins, Setting and Adjusting Columns, Setting Unequal Width Columns, Creating headers and Footers,
      Creating Graphics in page maker, Rotating Text, Skewing and Mirroring objects with Control Palette.
      Importing Graphics into page maker : Placing, Sizing, aligning Graphics, Cropping Graphics.

6.    SETTING UP TEMPLATES
      Setting Up Master page Templates, Creating Custom Page Sizes, Creating Custom Boarders, Creating a
      News Paper Template, Creating New master Pages, Saving an existing Page As a Master Page. Setting UP
      Custom Styles: Defining Styles, Creating, Editing, Removing Styles and Copying Styles.

7.    Introduction to Using layers , n- Layers Palette, Moving and creating objects. Introduction to Printing-
      Selecting a Printer, Printing your Document, printing Document Dialog Box Options.

8.    ADDING COLOR
      Introduction – Using Page Makers Default Color Palette, Opening Color Palette, Adding color to Text,
      Working with Color Graphics, Defining Custom Colors, Creating Text Screens.

9.    DEVELOPING LONG DOCUMENTS
      Introduction – Using Story Editor: Opening Story Editor, How the Story Editor names, Tories, Switching
      Between Story Editor and Layout Editors, Closing Story Editor and Placing the Story Editor, Differences
      between Story Editor and layout Editors.


10.   SPELLINGS:
      Starting the speller, Correcting Misspelled Words, Correcting Duplicate Words, Adding Words to the
      different Dictionaries, Correcting Duplicate Words, using find Feature, Using the change Feature,
      Creating an Index, using page Maker Help.
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                                          ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

1.   INTRODUCTION
     Getting Stock Image, Tools, Getting Images into Photoshop, Creating New Images, Selecting Colors and Display Mode,
     Selecting Tools, Path, Mask, Editing, Layers, Filters

2.   SAVING AND DEVELOPING IMAGES
     Application using Images

3.   RETOUCHING A PHOTOGRAPHY
     Remove a Stain from a Photo, Remove Blemishes, Rubbing out an unwanted person, Repairing the
     Cracked Photography, Cloning a Pattern, Cropping an Image, Making Things Appear Small

4.   WORKING WITH OLD PHOTOGRAPHS
     Warped Photograph, Wrinkled Photograph, Faded Photographs
5.   WORKING WITH FIXED MEDIA


                                                    COREL DRAW
1.   BASICS OF CORELDRAW
     Introduction-Getting Started-Creating A New File - Title Bar-Menu Bar-Work Area-Printable Page-
     Property Bar-Page Counter Bar-Colour Palette-Toolbox-Status Bar-Drawing Figures-Lines-Ellipse-
     Circles-Rectangle-Square-Polygon-Saving-Closing-Opening-Views-Normal View-Preview-Wire Frame
     View-Draft View-Zoom-View Manager-Creating a View.

2.   DRAWING
     Introduction - Toolbox-Selecting an Object-Resizing an Object-Moving an Object-Changing the Shape-
     Combining Two Objects-Skewing-Welding the Objects-Blending-Curve Lines-Straight Lines-
     Continuing a Line-View Mode-Changing-Media Tool-Rotating An Object-Grouping-Fill Tool Fly Out-
     Filling-Spray Mode.

3.   TEXT
     Introduction-Text Tool-Entering Artistic Text-Entering Paragraph Text-Converting Text-Formatting
     Text-Changing the Font Size-Arranging Objects-Ordering The Objects-Changing the Font-Bullets-
     Decorating the Text-Webdings-Text Editor-Opening-Changing the Alignment-Type Style-Spell
     Checking-Grammer-SearchingSynonyms-Find-Replace-Editing-Kerning-Formatting Characters.
4.   IMAGE
     Bitmap Images-Vector Image-Resizing-Rotating-Skewing-Moving-Cropping-Importing Images-Adding
     Special Effects-Converting to Bitmap-Exporting Images.

5.   PAGE LAYOUT
     Changing the Page Size-Changing the Layout-Applying Styles-Applying Bitmaps to the Background -
     Changing the Background-Adding a Page Frame-Moving Between Pages.
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                                    DCS-5
                   WINDOWS PROGRAMMING THROUGH VISUAL BASIC

1.   WINDOWS PROGRAMMING VISUAL BASIC ENVIRONMENT
     Windows Programming Concepts, Windows GUI, Application Programming Interface, Features of
     Windows OS, Kernal, User and GUI Services, Other APIS, Memory Models, Message Architecture of
     Windows, Call Backs, Window Procedures, Message Queries, Graphic Device Context, Resources in
     Windows, registry Dynamic Kinking Concept, Platform Difference , Windows NT, Windows 95, Other
     Platforms, Windows and VB Features, Steps involved in Developing a simple VB Application, Visual
     Basic Environment IDE Features, General – Menus and Windows, Single Document Interface
     Environment (SDI), Toolbox and Controls, Form Window, Project Explorer, Form Designer, Object
     Browser Short cut (pop up) Menus, VB Editor, Creating Simple Application

2.   FORMS, TOOL BOX, STANDARD CONTROLS, MENU DESIGNING AND DIALOG
     BOXES
     From, The Anatomy of a Form, Controls, Properties, Events and Methods, MDI Forms, Creating MDI
     Forms, Using Form Wizard, Tool Box, Controls, Properties, Events and Method, Custom Controls,
     Properties, Events and Methods, Command Button, Text Boxes, Frame Controls, List Boxes, Combo
     boxes, Image controls, Timer, Scroll bars, Drive List, Directory List Box, Data Control, Menu
     Properties, Check Event Menu Methods, Creating Menu with Menu Editor, Menu Design, Sample
     Menu Design Window, MDI Forms, MDI Parent & Child Forms, Window Menu, Title Converting &
     Arranging Child Windows, Dialog Boxes, Custom Dialog Boxes, Designing Custom Dialog Boxes,
     Common Dialog Boxes, File Open, File Save, Color Changing Print, Font Choice – Method.

3.   VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING
     Modules and Design, Variables, Constants, Statements, Control Structures, Decision making Statements,
     if … else statements, Select … Case, Goto, Looping Statements, Do … while, Do … until, For … next,
     While … wend, Exit Statements, Functions, Built-in Functions, Working with Sun and Function
     Procedures, Public, Private & Static Scopes Friend Functions, Arrays, Files, Sequential Files, Random
     Files, Binary Files, Processing File in VB, Database Features, Data Controls, Advanced Database
     Controls, Tables and Queries

4.   OOPS IN VB, IDE AND CRYSTAL REPORTS
     OOPs Concepts, Properties and Methods of and Object, Inheritance, Encapsulation Polymorphism
     Character, Object and VB, OLE, OLE Control, Creating an Object in VB, General property
     Procedures, Creating a New Class Module, Using Object Browsers IDE Features, Extension of IDE
     with Add-Ins, Loading Add-Ins into IDE, Using Add-Ins Application Wizard, Add-Ins Tool Bar,
     Creating Add-Ins, Application Level Utility Module Level Utility, Procedure Level Utility, Crystal
     Reports, Using Crystal Reports Understanding and Using Print Form Methods, Printing Reports


5.   USING ACTIVEX
     Using ActiveX, ActiveX Platform, ActiveX Requirements, Role of ActiveX in Software Development,
     Creating & Using ActiveX Documents, ActiveX Controls, ActiveX DLL, ActiveX Excel, Windows API,
     API Functions, Windows API Library Files, Declaring a Windows API Function, Statements, Data
     Types, Introducing DLL, DLL Calling Converts, API Viewer Using API Application. Multiple mode,
     Paintbrush to OS, Linear gradient tool.
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6.   PREPARING IMAGE FOR THE WEB
     Creating WEB Pages with Images



                                  DCS -6
                              SODTWARE LAB

                                  DCS -7
                                 SEMINAR

				
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