DOEACC CCC course Center Sonepat: INT INSTITUTE providing DOEACC CCC course in Sonepat. First time in Haryana these Level course going to start by INT Institute, this is really a good news for all those students who go outside Sonepat for learning these level courses.
Department of Information Technology has approved and is funding an initiative to certify all Village Level Entrepreneurs (VLEs) of the CSC Scheme in the DOEACC Society’s Course on Computer Concept (CCC). The objectives of CCC are:- To enable the VLE to communicate CCC Course training to citizens in his locality, thereby boost his service offerings and income. Create a standard touchstone for minimum level of digital knowledge of VLEs across India that is recognized by the various government departments (both State and Central line ministries).Further, DIT has approved a pilot Women’s Literacy Scheme that provides VLEs incentives for training women in the CCC Course.To take advantage of this Scheme, the VLEs must earn the CCC Course Certification by passing the CCC examination and they must procure the authorization from DOEACC Society to impart CCC training to citizens.
CCC Course:- This course is basically designed for beginners. This programme gives an opportunity to ordinary man to know how to work with computer,and how it helps to do different jobs and multipurpose work with it .After finishing the course the student should be able to use computer for their basic purposes,prepare his business or personnel letters ,sending ,writing and receiving mails ,make their business presentations,creating databases etc. CCC level course helps the small business communities to maintain their accounts .CCC is designed for practical work.
The CCC course is designed for basic-level IT literacy program for beginners with little or no experience with computers. The CCC course content is as follows:-
- Introduction to Compute
- Introduction to GUI based Operating Systems
- Elements of Word Processing
- Computer Communication and Internet
- WWW and Web Browsers
- Communication and Collaboration
- Making Small Presentations