Objective of the ‘A’ Level (New) Course

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 architecture, software development life cycle, data-structure, database management system, operating system, practical exposure to UNIX/LINUX and communication principles and computer networking, object oriented programming using C++/Java, and multimedia application.

The career options available to a DOEACC 'A' level qualifier are:
  • Programmer
  • Web Administrator
  • Training faculty
  • Web Content Developer
  • Trouble Shooter
DOEACC 'A' LEVEL COURSE STRUCTURE

The structure of the 'A' Level course is:

Paper Code Subject
A1-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 Data Structures through 'C++'
A7-R4 Introduction to Database Management System
A8-R4 Basics of OS, Unix and Shell Programming
A9-R4 Data Communication and Network Technologies
A10-R4 Elective (One out of the following two subjects to be chosen)
A10.1-R4 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming through Java
A10.2-R4 Software Testing and Quality Management
PR-1 Practical –1 (Based on A1, A2, A3, A4 module syllabus)
PR-2 Practical –2 (based on A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, A10 modules syllabus)
PJ Project