Follow Us On  
 
DCSE
ADCHN
CCTC
Kids
Other
Fee
MCSE
MCSA
MCITP
CCNA
More Courses...
Fee
.Net
Java
Php
More Courses...
Fee
C Programming
C+ + Programming
Photoshop
More Courses...
Fee
P.C. Assembling & Software Installation
Printer Diagnostics & Servicing
Electronic & Digital & servicing
More Courses...
Fee


  
   Name
 
  
   Phone
 
  
   E-mail
 
  
   Program
 
  
   Center
 
  
  Degree
 
  
   Message
 

CTTC (Computer Teacher Training Course)

Computer Fundamentals: Intro to Computer and data processing, Input and Output Devices, Disk Operating System, Viruses, Computer Operations and Central Processing Unit. Windows’ XP/Vista: Windows O/S, Working with Application Programs, Using Notepad, Making Images with Paint, Control Panel Items, Playing Movie.Networking:  Windows NT Environment, Network Topologies, Networking in Windows’2000. Microsoft Office XP: MS-Word, MS- Excel, MS- Powerpoint, MS-Access.   

Computer Programming
Programming in C: Introduction, Data Types, Generating  Program in C language, Operators, Decision Making S
witch Statement, Iteration or loops, Statements, Arrays, User Defined Functions and Prototype, Pointers, Structures
and Union, File Management System, Syntex, Practice. Programming in C++: Introduction, Generating Program
in C++, Operators, Decision Making, Arrays, Functions & Prototype, Pointers Structure & Union, File Management
System, Class and Object, Practice. Visual Basic 6.0: Introduction to Vb, Forms controls and menus, Programming construct, Functions and procedures, Array, File input output, Accessing database, Crystal report, Ole concepts.,
Project: in C++ or Visual Basic.
HTML/DHTML
Introduction to HTML/DHTML,File handling, Html language, Different types of lists, Creating
lists, Changing background, Handling of  tables, Frames, Uploading files to web server. JavaScript: Where does
java script fit in?, Working with data and information, Functions and objects, Built-in  objects, Events, Creating
interactive forms, Loops, Frames, Documents and windows,  JSP/ASP, Project: Static Web VisualJava6.0, Oracle9i: Introduction to DBMS, Data Modeling, RDBMS,  Relationships, Data Definition, Manipulation and control language statement, SQL, Basics, SQL, PL/SQL,ORD BMS, Web Browser & Search Engine, Project: Dynamic Web Development. Internet Online: Introduction to internet, Installing and configuring internet tool, Introduction to www,
File transfer protocol, e-mail, Evolution of internet, Connecting to internet, Surfing website, Working offline,
Downloading files, Handling e-mail, Attachments. 

Computer Accounting
Tally 7.2/6.3: Accounts- Groups, Ledgers, Vouchers, Voucher entry, Group summary, Trial Balance, Balance sheet, Profit and Loss Account, and reports. Inventory- Groups, Items, Item category, Unit of measures, Vouchers and Godowns, Inventory reports. Accounts with inventory, Vat- Ledgers, Voucher entry, reports. Account Leader:

DTP  (Desktop Publishing)
Adobe PageMaker 7.0: PageMaker Basics: File Menu, edit menu, Layout menu, Type menu, element menu, Utilities menu,  Working with Files: Creating a new document, Document setup dialog box, Setting a document’s size, margins etc.PageMaker Screen: Viewing the pasteboard, Toolbox, Screen, rulers, measurement system, Control palette.

Photoshop 7.0
The Photoshop work area is arranged to help you focus on creating and editing images. Palettes, Menus & Tools, Photo Editing, Manage workspaces, Bitmap images and vector graphics, Pixel dimensions & image resolution, Adjusting image size & resolution, Importing scanned images, Create a new image, Change Color modes, Create a shape, Painting.

CorelDRAW 12
CorelDRAW is an intuitive graphics design application that gives designers a more enjoyable work experience. CorelDRAW is built and designed to meet the demands of today’s working designer to create ads or collateral for print or for the Web,  Publishing to the Web, Commercial printing. Working with lines, outlines, and brush strokes Drawing shapes, Working with objects Working with symbols, Filling objects, Working with color, Adding three-dimensional effects to objects, Changing the transparency of objects, Working with layers, Adding and formatting text

Computer Networking
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Essentials(RH033) : Overview, Command Lin File system Browsing, GNOME and KDE Desktop, the bash Shell, Users, Groups and Permissions vi and vim Editor, Basic and  Printing the Linux  File system, Configuring GNOME, KDE and X - based Tools, the bash Shell and configuration, Advanced Topics in             users, Group, and permission, Advanced uses of the vi & vim Editors, Standard I/O and pipes, Introduction to string.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux System Administration(RH133): Installation System Initialization and Service, Kernel Service and Configuration Lab, Configuration Kernel, parameters, File system Management, Network Configuration, RPM and viclestant.

Micro Teaching Classes
Even though often unacknowledged the importance of a good teacher is enormous in a country like India. They play a vital role in the overall development of the students. The importance of teachers is especially enormous in the tender aged students. Therefore training the teachers adequately is very important and over the years various institutes providing teacher’s training courses have come up in different parts of the country. As keeping in minds various courses are introduced for various stages of  a students. We are trying to concentrate  the needs of a Computer Teacher.

Psychology Classes
This course provides an overview of basic psychological principles that underlie human behavior and reactions to everyday life. Students are provided an opportunity to apply critical-thinking skills to the problems and issues. This course examines the major issues and organizing principles that delineate the topic of motivation. Various theories will be assessed to understand motivation and analyze diverse motivation systems in terms of their primary components of biological, learned, and cognitive behavior. The structure of this course is designed to help each student become his/her own learner and theoretician, to gather information from a variety of sources, and to draw upon personal experience as well as that of other students. Each student should analyze the information in developing his/her own "therefores" or theories. Those personalized theories should be applicable to students' work situations.