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Syllabi of Courses

for

Skill Development in ESDM sector

Under the

“Scheme for Financial assistance to select States/UTs for Skill

Development in ESDM sector” (Scheme-1)

and

“Skill Development in ESDM for Digital India” (Scheme-2)

of

Department of Electronics and Information Technology

Ministry of Communications & Information Technology,

Government of India

 

 

Course Level Code                             : L2

Vertical Name                                    :Computer Hardware

Course ID                                :NL/S/L2/C010

Course Name                         :   Assembly and Maintenance of Personal Computer

Objective of the Course:

To train students in the area of Assembling of Computer, Troubleshooting, Installation of Software and Peripherals.

Learning Outcomes:

After completing the course the person should be able to

ü  Assembled & Dissembled the computers installing the peripherals devices

ü  Repair of Computer up to Card label

ü  Install different software of computers

ü  Data recovery

ü  Maintenance & formatting the computers

ü  Password breaking

ü  Protect the computer from virus

 

Expected Job Roles:

Act as Computer Hardware Technician Starting his own Computer Assembling and Maintenance Shop

Duration of the Course (in hours)

240 Hrs

Minimum Eligibility Criteria and pre-requisites, if any

Polytechnic Diploma/Graduation/ ITI/12th/10th

Professional Knowledge:

ü  Basic parts of Computer system

ü  Studies of Different types of Mother Board

ü  Power Supply

ü  Different types of Cards

ü  Different types of Monitors

ü  Different types of Printers and Scanners and their installation procedures

Professional Skill:

ü  Identification of Desktop Motherboard IC’s and tracing of North Bridge Section

ü  Identification of Desktop Motherboard IC’s and tracing of RAM/ROM/Clock Section

ü  Identification of Desktop Motherboard IC’s and tracing of PS/2/Audio Section

ü  Practical on Diagnostics Card Error Code

ü  Fault finding of Desktop Computer Motherboard

ü  Card level Test along with error code

ü  Mother Board Practical Test

ü  Diagnostics Card Level Test

ü  Fault Tracing through CRO Test

ü  Different Drivers Loading Test

ü  Soldering and De-soldering Test

ü  BGA Chip Replacement and Rebolling Test

Core Skill:

ü  Fault Diagnostic Skill

ü  Soldering and De-soldering Skill

ü  Motherboard Repair Skill

ü  Operation of BGA Machine Skill

ü  Software Installation Skill

ü  BIOS Programming Skill

ü  Partition making without Formatting Skill

ü  How to make Multi boot Pen Drive Skill

ü  How to Recover window by Command Prompt Skill

Detailed Syllabus of Course

Module. No

Module. Name with detailed syllabus

Minimum No. of Hours (Theory/Practical)

Module-I

Introduction to Computer, Uses of Computer, Different between Hardware & Software, Different types of computers inside PC and its peripherals devices, Booting concept of computer in DOS and

Windows environment, Different input and output devices/ cables, connectors identifications, Identifications of different types of motherboard, controller cards, display cards, sound card AGP cards FAX/Modem Cards, TV Tuner Cards, LAN Cards, Ethernet cards, Different types of RAM used in PC’s.

 

40 Hrs

 

Module-II

BIOS setting, Formatting of Hard Disk, Installation of Operating System i.e. DOS/Windows, Off-line drive installation / online drive installation / Driver backup / restore / partition formatting / Windows file repairing / BIOS password break / Administrative password break / Data recovery / Pen Driver bootable / Sound Problem / USB Problem / LAN problem etc.

30 Hrs

Module-III

Application Software Installation/ Different types of Application Software/ Antivirus Software Installation/ different types of Antivirus Software/ Protect PC from Virus / Hard Disk utility

Software / Dual Booting Installation etc

 

40 Hrs

 

Module-IV

System integration of different types of computers, such as PC,PCXT, PC –AT etc. up to Pentiem-4 label, Trouble shooting of shooting of different types of faults, Different computer cards identifications and trouble shooting, Power supplies installation and trouble shooting, Different types of SMPS identifications, Hard Disk driver installation and configuration setting, Use of CD ROM and DVD Drivers, Using of FDD drives, Different types of keyboards, repairing and maintenance, different types of monitors, Monitors Repairing / Maintenance / Mouse repairing and Installation

50 Hrs

Module-V

Different types of printers, working of printers, working / repairing of DMP printers, working / repairing of inkjet printer, working / repairing of LaserJet printer, Checking of printer interface cable and dip switch setting, self test and loading of printer drives, introduction to UPS, different types of UPS maintenance and servicing of UPS, battery replacement of UPS

30 Hrs

Module-VI

Assembly and dismantling of PCs front panel connection, preventing maintenance and Cleaning, servicing of computer, Type of Backup, Taking Backup files and fine tuning the system, running diagnostics tool, running of virus protection programme, FAQ and feedback.

50 Hrs

 

Different types of Mother Board

ü  Desktop

Different types of Cards

ü  VGA

ü  AGP

ü  NIC

ü  Audio

Different types of Tools and instrument

ü  BGA Machine

ü  Soldering and Disordering Station

ü  Oscilloscope 25-100 Mhgz

ü  Multi-meter

ü  Digital IC Tester

ü  Analog IC Tester

ü  Function Generator

ü  Power Supply 0-30 V

ü  Small screw Driver kit

ü  Different types of small Plair set

ü  De-soldering pump

ü  Soldering wire

ü  Twizer,

ü  Bond makes liquid flux 0% some respective components etc.

 

 

 

Course Level Code               : L4

Vertical Name        : Office Automation, IT & networking

Course Code           : NL/S/L4/C014

Course Name          : 3.6.2 Telecom Technician - PC Hardware and Networking

Objective of the Course:

To obtain proficiency in the different components of PC (processors, mother board, RAM, I/O Devices) and networking components (Simple Network Components, Networking Components like Switch, Router, Hub, NIC, PC/Laptop, Router) and the various processes of setting up different kinds of network. It also helps to gain proficiency in trouble shooting of networks, installation of software, setting up network security The students are also equipped with good Communicative English Skills, soft Skills and Basic IT skills required for good performance in any job in the modern world.

Learning Outcomes:

Acquire hands on training in assembling a PC using the scrap components. Also get a detailed knowledge on the basic networking concepts and complete hands on training in setting up different kinds of network. Efficient in managing, configuring, installing and troubleshooting different hardware and networking resources. Have Good Communicative English Skills, Soft Skills & IT skills

 

 

Expected Job Roles:

1.     Troubleshooting PC & it’s Components

2.     Maintenance of Computer Hardware

3.     Network Administrators

4.     Hardware Technicians

5.     Entrepreneurs - Consultancy Services

Duration of the Course (inhours)

170 hrs

Minimum Eligibility Criteriaand pre-requisites, if any

10th with strong aptitude in Science / 12th Pass

Professional Knowledge:

KA1.                           Knowledge to assemble a PC using scrap components and                                               standard methodologies to set up a system using various                                                 components of the system

KA2.                           Understanding on designing the network and set up a network

KA3.                           How to troubleshoot the various hardware resources like                                               printer, scanner, hard disk, mouse, keyboard etc.

KA4.                           How to troubleshoot the software resources (application                                                troubleshooting)

KA5.                           How to troubleshoot of networks and networking resources                                          like routers, switches, hub, cable, modem etc.

KA6.                           To interpret design requirements of different types of                                                      networks

KA9.                           SMPS and Specifications- Form factors, Power Connectors

KA10.                         K n o w l e d g e t o prepare HDD- Configuring, Mounting,                                                Partitioning, Formatting and loading OS

KA11.                         Introduction to Computer Software- Application Software,                                             Open Source Software, Proprietary Software, Functions of                                            System Software

KA12.                         Protocols and topologies to simulate, analyze and synthesize                                         design options

KA13.                         Number Conversion systems and IP addresses

KA14.                         IP Addressing and sub-netting

KA15.                         Broadband, Network Architecture & Wireless networks

Professional Skill:

SA1.                           Assemble a PC using scrap components and standard                                                        methodologies to set up a system using various components of                                     the system

SA2.                           Designing the network topologies and setting up various types                                      of networks

SA3.                           Troubleshooting of hardware resources like printer, scanner,                                        hard disk, mouse, keyboard etc., software resources                                                        (application troubleshooting) and the networks and                                                          networking resources like routers, switches, hub, cable,                                                  modem etc.

SA4.                           Connecting SMPS and use of Form factors, Power Connectors

SA5.                           Usage of number conversion systems, IP addresses and IPV6

SA6.                           Setting up Broadband Network & Wireless networks

Core Skill:

SA1.                           Complete accurate well written work with attention to detail                                         on the different components of PC (processors, mother board,                                                 RAM, I/O Devices)

SA2.                           Setting up networks and understanding of various network                                            topologies

SA3.                           IP Addresses and IPV6

SA4.                           Number conversion systems and it’s usage

SA5.                           Information on Broadband & Wireless Networks

 

Detailed Syllabus of Course

Module.No

Module. Name

Minimum No. of Hours

1

PC Hardware

1.      Know your computer, PC case , SMPS

2.      Motherboard of clients, Motherboard of Servers

3.      Hard disks , CPUs-Intel/AMD , Keyboards , Mouse , USB Devices

4.      Monitors – CRT / TFT / LCD / LED

5.      I/O devices – Printers , Webcams, Scanners, Digital Camera,

6.      USB Wifi, USB BT, USB Storages, UPS

7.      Overhead/LCD/DLP/LED Projectors

8.      8. Assembling of a PC, Severs and trouble shooting

25 Hrs

2

 

PC Hardware Practical

1.      Loading and configuration procedure of Microsoft Client O/S – Win XP /Win 7 and Windows 8

2.      Loading and configuration procedure of Microsoft Server O/S – Win 2003 server /Win 2008 Server

3.      Loading and configuration procedure of Linux Clients and server OS

4.      Firewall configuration, Antivirus/Internet security loading and configuration procedure

5.      Installation and configuration of , I/O devices – Printers , Webcams , Scanners , Digital Camera , USB Wifi , USB BT, USB Storages , Projectors

6.      Multiple OS loading and trouble shooting

35 Hrs

3

Computer Networking

1.      Introduction to Networking, Types of Networks and Topologies available and its areas of use

2.      Protocols used in networking- Its purpose, use and types

3.      Introduction to ISO-OSI Layer Protocols

4.      Different Networking elements used to build a network and its purpose-like

5.      NIC, Hubs, Switches, Routers

6.      Addressing used in Networking-IP address

7.      Basics of Internet protocol TCP/IP

8.      Different types of cabling used in networking and their standards

9.      UTP cable types and its purpose, UTP cable crimping using RJ 45 connectors-

10.  Straight through and Cross over Crimping

11.  Introduction to Server- features, Hardware features and Software features,

12.  RAID etc.

13.  Basics of routers- Difference from switches, uses, features

14.  Configuration aspects, Basic concepts of Switching and Routing

15.  Internet connection mechanisms-Dial up, Broadband etc

16.  Overview of a Service Provider network to connect Internet

17.  Wireless Networking- Wireless networking concepts, different wireless

18.  standards like Blue tooth, Wifi, WiMaX etc

25 Hrs

4

Computer Networking Practical

1.      Familiarization of Internetworking elements like Hubs, switches, routers

2.      Network Cable Crimping- Straight through and Cross over Crimping using UTP

3.      cables and testing

4.      Installation of NIC in PCs and trouble shooting

5.      Client configuration for networking, advanced client configuration for

6.      connecting multiple networks

7.      Setting up of a simple LAN ,Checking the connectivity using DOS commands

8.      Sharing files, Printers, CD drives

9.      Sharing desktops, Remote desktop, Using Applications like Team Viewer for accessing a remote computer

10.  Configuration of client PCs for connecting multiple networks etc

11.  Installation of Windows server, Configuration of server for Web Server and FTP server, Verification from a client

12.  Basic router configuration, Connecting through Hyper terminal, Configuring router connecting different networks

13.  Broadband Lab- Type 1 and Type 2 Modems, Modem configuration for internet connection

14.  Wireless modem configuration for Wi Fi connectivity, Internet connection sharing to multiple clients

35 Hrs

5

Internship

Internship at various BSNL Units

 

50

 

                                                                       

(Training in 100 hrs of Communicative English and 80 hrs of Basic IT Skills also provided, as required)