DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL & COMPUTER PRACTICE (DCCP)

DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL & COMPUTER PRACTICE (DCCP)
SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION
CURRICULUM-2014
FIRST YEAR
SUB CODE
SUBJECT
PERIODS PER WEEK
TOTAL PERIODS PER YEAR
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
THEORY
PRACTICAL
DURATION (hrs)
SESS. MARKS
END EXM MARKS
TOTAL MARKS

THEORY SUBJECTS







CCP-101
ENGLISH-I
6

180
3
20
80
100
CCP-102
ACCOUNTANCY-I
5

150
3
20
80
100
CCP-103
ENGLISH SHORTHAND-I
5

150
3
0
100
100
CCP-104
BUSINESS ORGANISATION-I
4

120
3
20
80
100
CCP-105
FUNDAMENTALS OF I T
2

60
3
20
80
100
CCP-106
COMPUTER PACKAGES-I
2

60
3
20
80
100

PRACTICAL SUBJECTS







CCP-107
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-I

4
120
10 mts
0
100
100
CCP-108
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-II

4
120
45 mts
0
100
100
CCP-109
FUNDAMENTALS OF I T (P)

5
150
3
40
60
100
CCP-110
COMPUTER PACKAGES-I (P)

5
150
3
40
60
100


24
18
1260

180
820
1000

NOTE: 
I)                    A PASS IN CCP-107 AND CCP-108 ENGLISH TYPEWRITING – I AND ENGLISH TYPEWRITING – II WITH 45% IN THE END EXAMINATION SHALL BE TREATED AS EQUIVALENT TO ENGLISH TYPEWRITING LOWER GRADE OF TE SECTION OF SBSTET.

II)                  THE QUESTION PAPER IS TO BE ISSUED BY THE SBTET.




I YEAR
III SEMESTER
IV SEMESTER
V SEMESTER
VI SEMESTER
Subject Code
Subject Name
Subject Code
Subject Name
Subject Code
Subject Name
Subject Code
Subject Name
Subject Code
Subject Name
101
ENGLISH-I (6)
301
ENGLISH-II (6)
401
ENGLISH-III (6)
501
ENGLISH-IV (5)
601
ENGLISH-V (5)
102
ACCOUNTANCY-I(5)
302
ACCOUNTANCY-II(5)
402
ACCOUNTANCY-III (5)
502
BUSINESS ECONOMICS & ENVIRONMENT-I (4)
602
BUSINESS ECONOMICS & ENVIRONMENT-II (5)
103
ENGLISH SHORTHAND-I(5) 
303
ENGLISH SHORTHAND-II(6)
403
QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES-I (4)
503
QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES-II (4)
603
MARKETING (4)
104
BUSINESS ORGANISATION-I(4)
304
BUSINESS ORGANISATION-II (3)
404
BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE (4)
504
BANKING-I (4)
604
BANKING-II (4)
105
FUNDAMENTALS OF I T(2)
305
OFFICE ORGANISATION (3)
405
MERCANTILE LAWS (3)
505
VISUAL BASIC (4)
605
(a) HRM / (b) INSURANCE (4)
106
COMPUTER PACKAGES-I(2)
306
COMPUTER PACKAGES-II (3)
406
 'C' PROGRAMMING (3)
506
TELUGU TW-1/ENG SH-1 100 wpm(3)
606
COMMUNICATION SKILLS PRACTICE(3)
107
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-I(4)
307
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-I (3)
407
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-I 45 wpm(3)
507
TELUGU TW-2/ENG SH-2 100 wpm(3)
607
BANKING (P) (3)
108
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-II(4)
308
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-II (3)
408
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-II (3)
508
LIFE SKILLS (3)
608
PROJECT WORK (4)
109
FUNDAMENTALS OF I T (P)(5)
309
OFFICE ORGANISATION (P) (3)
409
ENGLISH SHORTHAND 80 WPM (6)
509
VISUAL BASIC (P) (5)
609
DTP (4)
110
COMPUTER PACKAGES (P)(5)
310
COMPUTER PACKAGES (P) (7)
410
 'C' PROGRAMMING (P) (5)
510
FIELD PRACTICES (7)
610
TALLY (6)
CURRICULUM FLOW CHART




DIPLOMA IN COMMERCIAL & COMPUTER PRACTICE (DCCP)
SCHEME OF INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMINATION
CURRICULUM-2014
FIRST YEAR
SUB CODE
SUBJECT
PERIODS PER WEEK
TOTAL PERIODS PER YEAR
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION
THEORY
PRACTICAL
DURATION (hrs)
SESS. MARKS
END EXM MARKS
TOTAL MARKS

THEORY SUBJECTS







CCP-101
ENGLISH-I
6

180
3
20
80
100
CCP-102
ACCOUNTANCY-I
5

150
3
20
80
100
CCP-103
ENGLISH SHORTHAND-I
5

150
3
0
100
100
CCP-104
BUSINESS ORGANISATION-I
4

120
3
20
80
100
CCP-105
FUNDAMENTALS OF I T
2

60
3
20
80
100
CCP-106
COMPUTER PACKAGES-I
2

60
3
20
80
100

PRACTICAL SUBJECTS






CCP-107
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-I 30 wpm

4
120
10 mts
0
100
100
CCP-108
ENGLISH TYPEWRITING-II

4
120
45 mts
0
100
100
CCP-109
FUNDAMENTALS OF I T (P)

5
150
3
40
60
100
CCP-110
COMPUTER PACKAGES-I (P)

5
150
3
40
60
100


24
18
1260

180
820
1000

NOTE: 
III)                A PASS IN CCP-107 AND CCP-108 ENGLISH TYPEWRITING – I AND ENGLISH TYPEWRITING – II WITH 45% IN THE END EXAMINATION SHALL BE TREATED AS EQUIVALENT TO ENGLISH TYPEWRITING LOWER GRADE OF TE SECTION OF SBSTET.

IV)               THE QUESTION PAPER IS TO BE ISSUED BY THE SBTET.


CCP-101 English-i

Subject Title                                         :     English - I
Subject Code                             :               CCP – 101
Periods per Week                    :               06
Periods per Year                       :               180 (Year wise Pattern)

Introduction:

                Curriculum C-14 aims at imparting the students the much needed communicative competence to enable them to be effective communicators in the use of English both in the academic sphere and the chosen vocation. Further it attempts to realise this by both imparting theoretical input in terms of lesson structure and grammar besides supplementing it with speech practice, debates and seminars.

Time Schedule

Sl. No.
Major Topics
No. of periods
Weightage of Marks
No. of short questions
No. of Essay questions

            I. Poetry

25
2X10=20
2x3=6





2( 1 annotation & 1 short question)





2

1.
On  Friendship-Kahlil Gibran
05

2.
Television- Roald Dahl
05
3.
A Spider and A Fly- Don Marquis
05
4.
Mother’s Day –Shiv .K. Kumar
05
5.
  Anecdote  for Fathers-William Wordsworth    
05











Sl. No.
Major Topics
No. of periods
Weightage of Marks
No. of short questions
No. of Essay questions

            II. Prose

30
2X10=20
2X3=6






2






2
1.
Thinking out of the Box-( An  article from Internet : Edward de Bono )
05

2.
Gender Bias- Sudha Murthy
05
3.
The Art of Wicket Keeping: The Uttakh – Bhaitakh Breed - Ramachandra Guha
05
4.
Robots and  People- Isaac  Asimov
05
5.
You‘re on the 87 th Floor and Something’s Terribly  Wrong –Adam Mayblum
05
6.

The  Refund –Fritz Karinthy

 

05

III. Non – Detailed Text

24
2X10 = 20







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2
1.

After Twenty Years - O. Henry

04

2.

The Gold Frame-R.K. Laxman

 

04
3.

The Story Teller - Saki

04
4.

The Face on the Wall- E.V.Lucas

 

04
5.

The Nightingale and the Rose- Oscar Wilde

04
6.

Bepin Choudhury’s   Lapse of Memory - Satyajit Ray

04






Sl. No
IV Grammar –Major Topics
No. of PERIODS
Weightage of Marks
No. of short questions
No. of Essay questions

Grammar Study Skills & Communication Skills
101



1.
Reading Comprehension
10
10

1
2.
Parts of Speech. Synonyms & antonyms
10
03
1

3
Prepositions & Articles
10
03
1

4
Tenses & Voice
18
03
1

5
Words and Phrases
10
03
1

6
Degrees of comparison/ Questions
10
03
1

7
Direct ,Indirect Speech
15
03
1

8
Phonetic Transcription & Dialogue Writing
18


1

Total
180
110
10
8



        OBJECTIVES
  1. Poetry
1.1          To appreciate the theme and distinct expressions of poems.
1.2          To inculcate human values and sensitivity.
1.3          To paraphrase the poems / summarizing.
           
  1. Prose
2.1          To develop English Language Skills.
2.2          To enrich vocabulary
2.3          To answer long and short questions based on the lessons.
2.4          To use words of & phrases in sentences
2.5           To comprehend passages from the lesson.

  1. Non-Detailed Text :
3.1          To summarise the lessons.
3.2          To develop  narrative skills 


The study of Language:
        The following topics facilitate the proper usage of the language.
    A.        Grammar                            
1.1               Parts of speech                                
1.2               Articles
1.3               Prepositions
1.4               Tenses (verb forms)
1.5               Modals
1.6               Concord
1.7               Voice    
1.8               Direct-Indirect speech
1.9               Degrees of Comparison
1.10            Conditional clauses
1.11            Types of Questions (Wh “ Yes-No , Question Tags)
1.12            Correction of sentences              
1.13            Synonyms, Antonyms
     
The below Study Skills help the students in effective self-learning.
1.14            Use of dictionary              : Spelling & Pronunciation
1.15            Use of dictionary              : Grammar & Usage
1.16            Use of dictionary              : Meanings of words (as different parts of speech) 
1.17            Text and Diagram
1.18            Giving Directions

The following Communication Skills will enable the students for effective communication in all social contexts.

1.19            Pronunciation,
1.20            Vowels & Consonants (Phonetic script)
1.21            Greeting / Introduction
1.22            Requests for help / seeking information, suggestions etc..
1.23            Dialogue writing (for a given situation)
1.24            Role play (Filling in gaps in a dialogue)

Course Contents: (Same as for Intermediate First year -InterNet—1: Revised Edition 2010-11)

The subject consists of two parts namely the study of text book and the study of language which includes grammar and composition.

Inter Net – 1
Intermediate New English Text Book prescribed by Board of Intermediate Education, A.P. designed by   EFLU  (CIEFL)

This text book has four sections:
Prose, Poetry,  Non-detailed Text and Grammar, Study skills and communication skills.
Note :
·         To improve the standard of communication skills of students, every weekend, one period may be utilised for speech practice, seminars and debates.
·         As and when Intermediate I year English Text Book changes, it is to be followed for the DCCP I year course, invariably as per the guidelines from the State Board of Technical Education and Training.





                                       CCP-102 ACCOUNTANCY – I

Sub Title                   :
Accountancy – I
Sub Code                  :
CCP-102
Periods/week          :
5
Periods/year            :
150

TIME SCHEDULE & BLUE PRINT
Sl. No.
Major Topic
No. of periods
Short Questions
Essay Questions
R
U
A
R
U
A
1
Introduction to Accountancy
05
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
Journal - Recording of Transactions in Journal
12
2
0
0
0
1
0
3
Ledger - Classification of Journal Entries and recording in Ledger
15
0
1
0
0
0
1
4
Subsidiary Books - Purchases Book, Sales Book. Purchase Returns Book and Sales Returns Book
15
1
0
0
0
1
0
5
Cash Book (simple, 2 col. and 3 col.) and Petty Cash Book
25
0
1
0
0
1
1
6
Bank Reconciliation Statement
20
0
1
0
0
0
1
7
Trial Balance
08
0
1
0
0
0
0
8
Rectification of Errors
20
0
0
1
0
0
1
9
Final Accounts of Sole Trader (Trading A/c., P&L a/c and Balance Sheet with adjustments
24
0
1
0
0
0
1
10
Recording transactions by giving typed invoices / debit note and credit note.
04
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
Understand the Groups in Tally
02
0
0
0
0
0
0


150
4
5
1
0
3
5
R:  Reading           U:  Understanding                A:    Application
NOTE: In Part-A of question paper, each question carries 3 marks.  In Part-B, out of 8 questions, student has to answer any 5 problems, including Q.No.11 on FINAL ACCOUNTS chapter, which is a COMPULSORY PROBLEM carrying 18 marks. NOTE:  SINCE THE PRACTICAL SUBJECT OF TALLY 9.0 IS ALLOCATED ONE FULL SEMESTER (IN SEM VI), THE THEORETICAL CONCEPTS OF GROUPING OF VARIOUS ACCOUNTS UNDER TALLY ARE INTRODUCED IN THIS SUBJECT (IN TRIAL BALANCE CHAPTER) TO BE THE PRE-CURSOR TO WHAT THE STUDENT WILL LEARN PRACTICALLY IN SEMESTER VI. 
OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
2.0               Understand the subject of Accountancy
1.1          Define Accountancy and Book – Keeping.
1.2               State, objectives and merits and demerits of Book Keeping.
1.3               Define the different branches of Accounting.
1.4               Define different systems of Book-Keeping
1.5               Define accounting concepts and terminology.
3.0               Understand the principles of Journalising transactions
3.1               Define an account and types of accounts.
3.2               Explain rules of Debit and Credit for each type of account.
3.3               Prepare Journal Entries for cash and credit transactions.
3.4               Pass Journal Entries involving Personal, Real and Nominal types of accounts.
3.5               Explain compound journal entry and prepare Journal entries when the creditor allowed discount and when the debtor allowed discount.
3.6               Distinguish between Trade Discount and Cash Discount.
4.0               Understand how to post Journal Entries into LEDGER
4.1               Define Ledger with its proforma.
4.2               Post the journal entries into the ledger accounts.
4.3               Balancing the ledger accounts (when transactions occur only on one side i.e, Debit/Credit side of an account, when only a single transaction occurs in an account and when transactions appear on both sides).
4.4               Distinguish between the Purchase of Goods, Purchase of Fixed Assets and Sale of Goods and Sale of Fixed Assets.
5.0               Understand the procedure/practices while using SUBSIDIARY BOOKS
5.1               Mention the different types of Subsidiary Books.
5.2               Explain Purchase Book and Sales Books with their formats.
5.3               Explain terms Inward/Outward Invoices with format.
5.4               Prepare Purchase Returns and Sales Returns books.
5.5               Explain Debit and Credit Notes with formats.
5.6               Prepare Purchases, Sales, Purchase Returns and Sales Returns Books with transactions.
5.0         Understand the procedures/practices to maintain CASH BOOK
5.1.             State the need for preparing Cash Book and Journal Proper.
5.2.             Prepare Simple, 2 column and 3 column Cash Book.
5.3.             Explain the terms Cheque, Discount allowed/received and CONTRA entry.
5.4.             Prepare a simple and imprest system of Petty Cash Book.
5.5.             Mention the items appearing in Journal Proper.
6.0          Prepare BANK RECONCILIATION STATEMENT
6.1.             Explain Bank Reconciliation Statement and list its purpose.
6.2.              Prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement with ordinary balance.
6.3.              Prepare Bank Reconciliation Statement with overdraft balance.
6.4.             Check the bank pass book with reference to the transactions.(Give a pass book to the students and ask them whether Cheques issued by you are accounted for with suitable examples).
7.0         Understand the meaning and purpose of TRIAL BALANCE
7.1                Define ‘Trial Balance’ with proforma.
7.2                Explain the need for Trial Balance.
7.3                Explain 2 methods of preparing Trial Balance (1.Liquidity Method and 2. Balances                  
            Method).
7.4               Explain Opening and Adjusting Journal Entries in Trial Balance.
7.5               Explain Grouping of Ledger Accounts in terms of TALLY (ledger accounts to be covered     under Fixed Assets, Current Assets, Liabilities, Reserves & Surplus, Indirect and Direct Expenses, Cash & Bank etc.).
8.0          Identify the ERRORS and perform/conduct their RECTIFICATION
8.1               List the errors disclosed and not disclosed by the Trial Balance.
8.2               Explain the significance of suspense account.
8.3               Pass journal entries to correct errors without suspense account.
8.4               Pass journal entries to correct errors with suspense account.

9.0     Prepare the FINAL ACCOUNTS of Sole Trading concerns.
9.1               Explain the need for preparation of Final Accounts.
9.2               Explain contents of Trading account, Profit and Loss account and Balance Sheet               (without adjustments) with formats.
9.3               Distinguish between direct expenses and indirect expenses
9.4               Distinguish between direct incomes and indirect incomes.
9.5               Prepare final accounts (with adjustments on Outstanding expenses, prepaid expenses, accrued income, income earned but not received, depreciation on assets, bad debts and provision for bad and doubtful debts).
10.0            Record transactions based  on typed Invoices / Debit Note and Credit Note.
11.0            Understand the Groups in Tally
11.1     Explain Grouping of Ledger Accounts in terms of TALLY (ledger accounts to be covered under Fixed Assets, Current Assets, Liabilities, Reserves & Surplus, Indirect and Direct Expenses, Cash & Bank etc.).

COURSE CONTENTS
1.      Introduction to Accountancy - Definition of Accountancy and Book keeping – Book Keeping - its objectives, merits and demerits – Branches of accounting – Definition of accounting concepts and terminology.
2.      JOURNAL - Recording of Transactions – Journal – Define Journal – Types of accounts – Rules of Debit and Credit – Compound Journal Entry.
3.      LEDGER - Classification of Recorded Transactions – Ledger Meaning of ledger, Posting the recorded transactions into separate accounts of Ledger book and balancing the ledger accounts.
4.      Subsidiary Books - Need of Subsidiary Journals – Sales Books, Purchases Book, Sales Returns Book, Purchases Returns Book.
5.       CASH BOOK - Simple or Single Column Cash Book, Double Column Cash Book, Triple Column Cash Book, Analytical Petty Cash Book.
6.       Bank Reconciliation Statement: Bank Transactions, Pass Book, Bank Reconciliation Statement (with Cash Balance and Overdraft balance).
7.  Trial Balance – Meaning, purpose and 2 methods of its preparation. Grouping of Ledger Accounts with reference to Tally.
8.  Rectification of Errors:  Types of errors disclosed and not-disclosed, Suspense Account, Journal entries for correction with and without suspense account.
9.      Preparation of Final Accounts of Sole Trading concerns: Significance of the final accounts, preparation of Trading Account, Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet with adjustments of Sole Trading Business.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.                   Grewal T S ‘Introduction of Accountancy’
2.                   Grewal T S ‘Double Entry Book-Keeping’
3.                   Maheswari S.N. ‘Introduction to Accountancy’
4.                   Gupta and Gupta ‘Principles and Practice of Accountancy’
5.                   Jain and Narang ‘Accounting – Volumes I & II’
6.                   Telugu Academy Text books prescribed for Intermediate course
7.                   Tally Manual by Tally Solutions Pvt.Ltd
8.                   Tally 9 published by BPB Publications


CCP -103 ENGLISH SHORTHAND-I

Sub Title                   :
English Shorthand -I
Sub Code                  :
CCP-103
Periods/week          :
5
Periods/year            :
150
 TIME SCHEDULE & BLUE PRINT
Sl. No
Major Topics
No. of Periods
SHORT QUESTIONS
ESSAY QUESTIONS
R
U
A
R
U
A
1
Introduction 
03
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
Consonants
08
3.
Vowels, Intervening vowels
07
4.
Alternative forms for R & H
08
0
0
0
0
0
1
5.
Diphthongs
06
6.
Phraseography
09
7.
Circle S or Z
06
0

0

0

0

0

2

8.
 Stroke S/Z,
06
9.
Large Circles
06
10.
Loops ST & STR
06
11.
Initial Hook s
08

0

0

0

0

0

1
12.
Alternative Forms
10
13.
Final Hooks
10
14.
Circles & Loops to Initial Hooks
06

0

0

0

0

0

2
15.
Circles & Loops to Final Hooks
06
16.
Shun Hook
08
17.
Aspirate
06
0
0
0
0
0
2
18.
Liquids – R& L
08
19.
Compound Consonants
06
0
0
0
0
0
1
20.
Vowel Indication
05
21.
Halving Principle ( Section-I & II)
12
0
0
0
0
0
1
22.
Practice of words/outlines covering above topics
0
0
1
0
0
0
0


150
0
1
0
0
0
11

The Question Paper consists of 11 Theory Questions upto Sl.21 above having 8 marks each.  Q.No. 12, Outlines for 12 words  with 1 mark each.
OBJECTIVES - At the end of course, the student will be able to: 
1.0 Understand the phonograph system.
1.1 State the need and importance for shorthand in Modern business and Government offices.
1.2 State the three advantages of Phonography system in Shorthand.
1.3 Identify divisions of sounds, consonants and vowels in English Language.
2.0 Practice Consonants.
2.1 Define consonant – general and scientific.
2.2 Categorise consonants as per articulation.
2.3 Identify the signs to the consonants.
2.4 Practice of Explodents, continuants.
2.5 Practice of Nasals, Liquids.
2.6 Practice of Aspirates, coalescents.
2.7 Revisionary Practice of above consonants.
2.8 Explain the principles of joined strokes and practice joined strokes.
3.0 Understand Vowels and Intervening vowels
3.1 Define a Vowel and list out the 6 dot vowels and 6 dash vowels.
3.2 Locate the placing of 12 vowel sounds.
3.3 Practice the exercises containing vowel chapter.
3.4 Categorise position – writing of shorthand characters.
3.5 Practise writing of words under 3 position-writing rules.
3.7 Define grammalogue and logogram.
3.8 Practice grammalogues and punctuation marks.
4.0 Understand the alternative forms of R and H.
4.1 State the principles of using the two forms R & H.
4.2 Practice the exercises covering R & H.
5.0 Use diphthongs.
5.1 Define diphthongs and triphones.
5.2 Identify the four diphthongs, their places.
5.3 Practice words with diphthongs, joined diphthongs and triphones.
5.4 State the principle for use of initial ‘W’ sound.
5.5 Practice the exercises covering ‘w’.
6.0. Understand Phraseography
6.1 Define Phraseography.
6.2 State the qualities of a good Phraseography.
6.3 Practice the exercises covering Phraseography.
7.0 Understand circles S and Z.
7.1 Explain the small circle as abbreviated form for S and Z.
7.2 Identify the circles initially, medially and finally.
7.3 Explain the principles of using circle S or Z.
7.4 State the use of circles in Phraseography.
7.5 Practice the exercises covering circles S and Z.
8.0 Practise exercises using strokes S and Z
8.1 Explain the principles of using stroke S or Z.
9.0  Practise exercises using large circles SW,SS and SZ
9.1 Explain the principles for using large circle initially, medially and finally.
10.0 Practise exercises using loops ST and STR.
10.1 State the use of loops as abbreviated forms initially,  medially and finally.
11.0 Practice exercises using initial hooks.
11.1 Define double consonant.
11.2 Categorise R and L hooks to straight strokes and curves.
12. 0  Practice exercises with Alternative forms.
12.1 State the advantages of using alternative forms.
12.2 Explain the principles of using alternative forms.
13.0. Practise exercises using Final Hooks
13.1 Categorise N and F/V hooks to straight and curved stroke.
13.2 Explain how N hook is indicated to Straight Strokes & Curves.
13.3 Explain how F/V hook is indicated to Straight Strokes & Curves.
14.0 Practise exercises using Circles & Loops to Straight Strokes to hooked strokes.
14.1 Identify the circles and loops to straight strokes hooked for R.
14.2 Identify the circles and loops to straight strokes hooked for L.
14.3 Explain how the Circles are added to Curved strokes with initial hooks.
15.0 Practise exercises using Circles & Loops to straight strokes having final hooks
15.1 Identify the circles and loops to straight strokes hooked for N,F/V.
15.2 Identify the circles and loops to straight strokes hooked for N.
15.3 Explain how Circles are added to straight and  curved strokes with final  hooks.
16.0 Practise exercises using SHUN hook.
16.1 Explain the principles covering SHUN hook.
17.0 Practise exercises using the ‘Aspirate’ in Shorthand.
17.1 Define aspirate.
17.2 Categorise the various types of aspirate.
17.3 State the principles of using aspirate.
18.0 Practise exercises using R, L and SH.
18.1 Explain the principles of writing ‘R’ upward and downward.
18.2 Explain the principles of writing ‘L’ and ‘SH’ upward and downward.
19.0 Practise exercises using compound Consonants.
19.1 Define Compound Consonant.
19.2 Categorise the various types of Compound Consonants.
19.3 Explain the principles of Compound Consonants.
20.0 Practise exercises using Vowel indication
20.1 Identify the implications of consonants and vowels initially and finally.
21.0 Practise exercises  using the halving principle.
21.1 Explain the principles of halving.
21.2 State the limitations of halving.
21.3 Use the halving principle in Phraseography.
COURSE CONTENTS
1.                   Introduction of phonographic system – Consonants - joined strokes – vowels – sound places – Intervening vowels – position writing – Grammalogues – Punctuation.
2.                   Alternative form of R and H, diphthongs, joined diphthongs, triphones, abbreviated W, Phraseography.
3.                   Circles S – stroke S, Z – large circles, loops, initial hooks, alternative forms, circles and loops to initial hooks – Final hooks N and F.
4.                   Circles and loops to Final hooks – Shun hook – Aspirate, upward and downward R, L & S.  Compound Consonants , vowel indication and Halving Principles.
5.                   Practice of outlines for the words in the Exercises .

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.       Shorthand Instructor and Key (Pitman).
2.       Shorthand Theory Guide by late Sri G.V.R. Kameswararao C/o.Sri P. Raghunath, 13-44/1, Road
        No.10, Alakapuri, Hyderabad – 500 035 . (phone: 040-24037762)
3.       Shorthand dictionary.
4.       New course in Pitman’s Shorthand
5.       Shorthand Theory Book by Sri G. Ram Reddy, Sr. Lecturer in CCP (Retd.,)   Government Polytechnic                       
        for Women, Warangal.


CCP-104 BUSINESS ORGANISATION – I

Sub Title                 :
Business Organisation – I 

Sub Code                :
CCP-104

Periods/week        :
4

Periods/year          :
120


TIME SCHEDULE & BLUE PRINT


Sl. No.
Major Topic
No. of periods
Short Questions
Essay Questions

R
U
A
R
U
A

1
Scope of Business
15
1
1
0
0
1
0

2
Forms of  Business Organisation
3
1
0
0
0
0
0

3
Sole Proprietorship
7
0
1
0
0
1
0

4
Partnership
25
0
2
0
1
1
0

5
Joint Stock Company – Types of Companies, Incorporation of Joint Stock Companies
35
1
1
0
1
1
0

6
Joint Stock Company - Raising of Capital – Management of Company (including Lab Practicals)
35
1
1
0
1
1
0


Total
120
4
6
0
3
5
0

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, the student will be able to :
1.0           Understand Business Organisation and its Scope
1.1      Mention the different types of activities – Economic & Non-economic.
1.2      Mention the different occupations – Business, Profession, Industry.
1.3      Explain business  and its importance .
1.4      Define Trade and Aids to Trade – Components of Aids to Trade.
1.5      Explain Aids to Trade and its significance.
1.6      Define Commerce and how does Commerce help in the promotion of    business.
1.7      Define ‘Industry’.
1.8      Explain different types of industries.
1.9      Differentiate between Commerce and Industry.
1.10     Differentiate between Trade and Commerce.
2.0        Understand the various forms of Business Organisation
2.1         List any three of Non-trading organisations – Clubs, Charitable Societies,   Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Cultural Organisations.
2.2          List three ownership forms of business concerns – One Man Enterprise,    Partnership, Company, Co-operative Society and Joint Hindu Family.
3.0         Understanding the features of Sole Trading Organisation
3.1         Meaning of Sole Proprietorship.
3.2         Explain five features of Sole Trading organisation.
3.3         Explain five merits and demerits of Sole Trader.
4.0         Understanding the features of Partnership Organisation
4.1         Define Partnership .
4.2         List and explain five characteristics of Partnership Organisation.
4.3         List and explain the five merits and demerits of Partnership organisation.
4.4         Explain the three demerits of un-registered partnership.
4.5         Distinguish between sole trader and partnership.
4.6         Explain the contents of a Partnership Deed/Agreement.
4.7         Explain the different types of partners.
4.8         Explain the rights of the partners.
4.9         Explain the duties and responsibilities of partners.
5.0         Understand the Joint Stock Companies
5.1         Define a joint Stock Company and list its characteristics. 
5.2         Explain the characteristics of Joint Stock Company .
5.3         Explain the merits and demerits of joint stock companies.
5.4            List and explain the different types of companies – Chartered Companies and                Registered Companies.
5.5         Explain the features of Private Limited and Public Limited Companies.
5.6         State the meaning of  Company Promoter. 
5.7         Explain the procedure for the incorporation of the joint stock company.
5.8         Explain Memorandum of Association and its clauses.
5.9         Explain Articles of Association and its contents.
5.10         Define a prospectus and list its contents.
5.11         Explain the features of prospectus.
6.0       Understand the capital structure of the Joint Stock Company    
6.1                      Explain the capital structure of a joint stock company – Long, Medium and Short   term.
6.2                      Explain the various means of capital raising – Shares, Debentures and Public   Deposits.
6.3                      Define Share.
6.4                      List and explain the different types of shares – Preference, Equity and   Deferred Shares.
6.5                      Define debenture.
6.6                      List and explain various types of debentures – Secured and      Unsecured, Convertible and Non-convertible, Redeemable and Irredeemable debentures.
6.7                      Explain the procedure for allotment of shares.
6.8                      Explain the procedure for forfeiture of shares.
6.9                      Explain issue of shares at par, at premium and at discount.
6.10            Explain the different types of meetings –Statutory Meeting, Board of Directors, Shareholders – Annual General Meeting and Extraordinary Meeting.
6.11            Explain the procedure for conduct of Annual General Meeting.
6.12            Define the terms – agenda, Chairman, Meeting Notice, Quorum, Minutes and Resolutions.
6.13            Distinguish between Ordinary Resolution and Special Resolution and Resolution requiring Special Notice.
6.14            Explain recent changes in Company Law – Financial Year, One Person  Company, Annual General Meeting, Dormant Company, Minimum  Subscription.
COURSE CONTENT:
Business Organisation and Its Scope – Business, Profession, Industry, Trade and Aids to Trade, Types of Industry, Commerce.
Understand the various forms of Business Organisation – Sole Trader, Merits and Demerits of Sole Trader, Partnership, Merits and Demerits of Partnership, Types of Partners, Rights, Duties and Responsibilities of Partners, Dissolution of Partnership.
Understand the Joint Stock Companies and its functioning – Characteristics of Joint Stock Companies, Merits and Demerits - Types of Companies - Procedure for incorporation of Joint Stock Companies - Capital Structure of Joint Stock Companies - Prospectus and its features - Issue of Capital, Management of Companies – Meetings, Resolutions, Quorum, Agenda.

LAB ACTIVITIES IN COMMERCE LAB:
  1.  Collection and Display of various documents relating to Partnership, Joint Stock Company like Partnership Deed, Memorandum of Association, Articles of Association, Prospectus/ Statement in lieu of Prospectus, Invitation of Public Deposits, Annual General Meeting.
  2. Conduct of Mock Annual General Meetings involving Resolutions etc.
  3. Preparation of Meeting Agenda and notice.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

  1. Fundamentals of Commerce – Y.K. Bhushan & Others, Sultan Chand & Sons
  2. Business Organisation – M.C. Shukla, S Chand & Co.
  3. Elements of Commerce – S. Davar
4.       Elements of Commerce – M Malpani
5.       Business Organisation & Management – Tapash Ranjan Saha, McGrawhill Co, New Delhi.



CCP-105 FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Sub Title                    :
Fundamentals of I.T.  
Sub Code                   :
CCP-105
Periods/week           :
2
Periods/year             :
60

TIME SCHEDULE & BLUE PRINT
Sl. No.
Major Topic
No. of periods
Short Questions
Essay Questions
R
U
A
R
U
A
1
History, Importance of Computers.
4
1
0
0
1
0
0
2
Structure, Organisation of Computers.
10
0
1
0
1
1
0
3
Input/Output Devices.
6
1
0
0
1
0
0
4
 Operating System – DOS.
10
0
1
1
0
0
1
5
WINDOWS Operating System (Windows XP).
20
1
1
1
0
1
1
6
Internet and its features.
10
0
1
1
0
0
1

Total
60
3
4
3
3
2
3

OBJECTIVES - At the end of the course the student will be able to:
1.0               Understand the history and importance of computers.
1.1               Define the term computer.
1.2               Outline the capabilities of computers.
1.3               List the areas where computers are used.
1.4               Specify the areas in business where the computers are used.
1.5               List different data processing operations.
2.0               Analyse the structure and organisation of a computer.
2.1               Draw the block diagram of a computer and label the important components.
2.2               Explain the functions of each unit.
2.3               Define a) Hardware, b) Software and c) Firmware.
2.4               List types of software.
2.5               List the various Hardware components of a computer.
2.6               Explain the functions of a mother board.
2.7               List different types of memories.
2.8               List the different generations of computers.
2.9               List different types of Computers – Digital, Analog and Hybrid Computers.
2.10            Compare micro, mini and mainframe computers.
2.11            State the configuration of computers-Processor, speed, Hard Disk capacity, RAM size.
3.0               Understand the various types of input/output devices.
3.1               List different types of input units.
3.2               List different types of output units.
3.3               Explain the layout of a keyboard.
3.4               State the functions of keyboard.
3.5               State the functions of Mouse.
3.6               List different types of Monitors.
3.7               State the functions of Scanner.
3.8               List different types of Printers.
3.9               State the functions of printer.
3.10            What is OCR and MICR.
4.0               Understand the Operating System
4.1               Explain concepts and functions of Operating System (O.S).
4.1.1          Define O.S.
4.1.2          State the need for O.S.
4.1.3          List the functions of O.S.
4.1.4          State the booting process.
4.1.5          List any three types of operating systems.
4.1.6          Differentiate the character based O.S. with graphic based O.S.
4.2               State the role of Disk Operating System (DOS).
4.3               List Internal and External DOS commands.
4.4               Explain syntax for basic DOS commands, DIR, MKDIR, RMDIR, CD, COPY, RENAME, DELETE, ERASE, PROMPT etc..
5.0               Explain the Windows as O.S.
5.1               State about windows versions.
5.1.1   List various versions of Windows.
5.2               State the Opening Operations of Windows.
5.2.1          List options of start menu.
5.2.2          Explain the functions of each option of the Start Menu.
5.3               Explain the Desktop.
5.3.1          Explain procedure for changing different display properties.
5.3.2          Explain the features of Recycle Bin.
5.3.3          Explain procedure for sending files/folders to the recycle bin.
5.3.4          Explain retrieving deleted files.
5.3.5          Explain My Computer.
5.3.6          Explain My Documents.
5.4               Explain accessories of Windows O.S.
5.4.1          Explain procedure for file creation using Notepad/WordPad.
5.4.2          Explain procedure for formatting and printing of text created with Notepad/WordPad.
5.4.3          Explain the use of MS-Paint.
5.4.4          Explain the use of calculator.
5.5               Explain windows explorer.
5.5.1          Define Windows explorer.
5.5.2          List out various components of windows explorer.
5.6               Explain managing files and folders.
5.6.1          Explain the procedure for creating and renaming folders.
5.6.2          Explain the procedure for searching files and folders.
5.6.3          Narrate copying and deleting files and folders.
5.6.4          Explain the procedure to format CD/DVD.
5.6.5          Explain the procedure to copy the files/folders to CD/DVD.
5.7               Explain making and using shortcuts.
5.7.1          Define a short cut.
5.7.2          Explain procedure for creating, naming and moving short cuts.
5.7.3          Explain procedure for changing short cut settings.
5.8               Explain the functional aspect of control panel.
5.8.1          Explain adding and removing programs.
5.8.2          Explain installing and uninstalling hardware.
5.8.3          Explain the procedure for changing the mouse settings.
5.8.4          Explain the procedure to change the date and time.
6.0               Explain the features of Internet.
6.1               Define Computer Network.
6.2               State the difference between LAN and WAN.
6.3               Explain the uses of internet.
6.4               List Hardware and Software requirements for internet.
6.5               List various Internet Service Providers.
6.6               State the need of browser software.
6.7               List different types of browser software.
6.8               Explain the procedure to search the Net.
6.9               Explain the procedure of Downloading file/folder.
6.10            Explain the procedure of Zip/Unzip file/folder.
6.11            Explain the concepts of E-mail, Web searching and E-Commerce.

COURSE CONTENTS

1.       History and importance of Computers
        Computer - electronic data processing machine – General areas where computers are used - Role of Computers in Business. – Data Processing operations.
2.       Structure and organisation of a computer
        ALU, CPU, Memory and I/O devices – Block diagram - Hardware components of a computer – Mother board, RAM & ROM, Memory Devices, Floppy disk drives, hard disk drive, tape drive, CD-ROM disk drive, display monitors.
3.       Input/output devices
        Functions and specifications of key board, mouse, OCR, MICR, dot-matrix  printer, laser printer, color printer, scanner, key board layout and special keys - Types of Computers – Generation and Configuration:  Mini and Mainframe systems – Configuration of computers, Capacity of hard disk, floppy disk, peripherals and their specification, Types of monitors.
4.    DOS operating system
        Operating system concepts: Need for O/S – Definition of O/S – Functions of O/S – Different types of O/S – DOS, UNIX and WINDOWS– DOS  Operating system, its role and importance - :Basic Commands FORMAT, COPY, TYPE, RENAME, MKDIR, RMDIR, ERASE, DIR, CD, MKDIR, PROMPT.
5.    WINDOWS O.S.    (WINDOWS XP)
        A brief history of windows- Task bar- Control panel – Install/uninstall software, hardware, Date and Time, Mouse Operations – Using the mouse buttons – Adjusting mouse settings -Desktop – screen settings – Recycle bin operations- Explorer – Navigating in Windows explorer – components – My computer - settings – changing Windows display.  Folders – creating a new folder, sub folder, moving and copying files and folders – Deleting files and folders – Recovering files and folders – Undo command. Short cuts – Creating, Removing, putting shortcuts on the desk top – Adding a program to the Start Menu – Icons – Changing short cut icons. Accessories – Notepad, Wordpad, MS Paint and Calculator.
 6.   Internet and its features
        Basics of a computer network – local area network – wide area network – H/W& S/W requirements of internet-Basics of E-mail – Exposure to web Browsers – Exposure to search engines – Web searching – Zip/unzip files/folders-Concept of E-commerce – Transactions in E-commerce.
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.       Fundamentals of Information Technology – S.K. Bansal, APH Publishing
2.       Computer Fundamentals – Pradeep Sinha & Preethi Sinha, BPB Publications.
3.       DOS Manual.
4.       Teach Yourself Windows – A L Stevens, BPB  Publications.
5.       The ABCs of the Internet  --- Christian Coumblish, BPB Publications.


CCP-106 COMPUTER PACKAGES  - I
Sub Title                     :
Computer Packages – I  
Sub Code                    :
CCP-106
Periods/week            :
2
Periods/year              :
60

TIME SCHEDULE & BLUE PRINT
Sl. No.
Major Topic
No. of periods
Short Questions
Essay Questions
R
U
A
R
U
A
1
MS WORD - WORD PROCESSOR (MS-OFFICE-2007)
40
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
MS POWER POINT - PRESENTATION SOFTWARE  (MS OFFICE-2007)
20
1
2
1
0
1
2

TOTAL
60
3
4
3
1
3
4
1.0               Know MS Word - Word Processing software:
1.1               Understand the layout of the MS WORD Screen.
1.1.1          Describe the layout of MS Word window.
1.1.2          Demonstrate the tool bars in MS Word.
1.1.3          Describe the functional aspects of each of the tool bar.
1.1.4          Describe selecting and deselecting the functional tool bar.
1.1.5          Describe the Scroll bars and its operations.
1.2               Understand the creation of a document.
1.2.1          Narrate the creation of file and saving of file.
1.2.2          Explain deletion of character, word, line, block of text.
1.2.3          Explain undo and redo.
1.2.4          Explain the process of moving, copying of text.
1.3               Explain copying vs. Cutting.
1.4               Understand formatting features of MS Word.
1.4.1          Explain procedure for the Character formatting.
1.4.2          Explain procedure for paragraph formatting.
1.4.3          Explain procedure for page formatting.
1.5               Understand searching and proof reading tools in MS Word.
1.5.1          Explain procedure for finding and replacing of text in document.
1.5.2          Explain the term bookmarks and searching for a bookmark.
1.5.3          Explain procedure for checking spelling and grammar automatically.
1.5.4          Explain procedure for checking spelling and grammar using dictionaries.
1.6               Understand printing of text document.
1.6.1          Explain procedure for printing the text document.
1.6.2          Explain the various options of print dialogue box.
1.7               Understand mail merging in MS Word.
1.7.1      Explain the procedure for creating main document and data source file.
1.7.2      Explain procedure for creating form letters using mail merge.
1.7.3      Explain procedure for creating mailing labels using mail merge.
1.8               Understand the process of table creation in MS-Word.
1.8.1      Explain procedure for creating tables in different methods.
1.8.2      Explain procedure for adding rows and columns to the existing table.
1.8.3      Explain procedure for changing column width and row height.
1.8.4      Explain the procedure for splitting and merging of cells in a table.
1.8.4      Explain procedure for formatting a table.
1.8.5      Explain procedure for sorting data in a table.
1.8.6      Explain procedure for using formula in a table.
2.0                Know MS PowerPoint - presentation software
2.1               Understand the features of presentation software MS-Power point.
2.1.1          Describe the layout of opening screen in Power Point.
2.1.2          List the tool bars in MS Power Point.
2.1.3          Describe the functional aspects of each of the tool bar.
2.2               Understand the creation of a blank presentation.
2.2.1          Explain the methods of creating a new blank presentation.
2.2.2          Explain choosing of Auto Layout for a new slide.
2.2.3          Explain the process of insertion and editing of text in the presentation using text boxes.
2.2.4          Explain the process of inserting pictures into slides.
2.2.5          Describe changing the background of the slide.
2.3               Understand the animation process in power point.
2.3.1          Explain the process of slide transition.
2.3.2          Explain the methods of animation.
2.3.3          Explain the different views of slides.

COURSE CONTENTS

1.        MS - WORD-Word Processing software
Creation of Text document – Moving around the document – Inserting text – Deleting text – Undo – Redo  - Selecting text with mouse – Moving and copying of text – Formatting the document – Character formatting – Page formatting – Search and replace of Text – Spell Check –Mail Merge – Creation of Tables– Printing of documents.
    2.        MS - POWER POINT- presentation software
Starting of Power Point – Tool bars in opening screen – Lay Out – Functional aspects – Creation of a new blank presentation – Choosing of Auto Layout – Organization Chart - Insertion of text and pictures – formatting the text – changing the background layout – Slide transition – effects – Animation – Custom animation – effects of animation – sounds, order and timing – Views of slides.
REFERENCE BOOKS:

  1. The ABC s of MS Office 2007  – Guy Hard-Davis, BPB Publications.
  2. Working in MS Office 2007  - Ron Mansfield, Tata McGraw Hill.
  3. Microsoft Office Basic 2007 – Elsa Wenzel.
  4. Microsoft Office Word 2007 Step by step – Joyce Cox and Joan Preppaerrae.




CCP-107 ENGLISH TYPEWRITING – I
Sub Title                  :
English Typewriting – I  
Sub Code                 :
CCP-107
Periods/week         :
4
Periods/year           :
120

TIME SCHEDULE

S. No.

Major Topics

No. of Periods

1
Mastery of the Keyboard Etc.
35
2
Shift Key operation
25
3
Practice of speed 15,20,25,30 WPM
60

Total
120

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
1.0          Know the importance of communication in the modern business world.
1.1          Define the term communication.
1.2          List out the different types of communication.
1.3          State the uses of different types of communication.
1.4          Identify the different types of communication.
1.5          Select the business machines as a means of communication.
2.0            Use the typewriters as a means of business machine for communication.
2.1          Define the term typewriter.
2.2        Identify the important parts of the typewriter like keyboard, space bar, typeset, type bars etc.
2.3          Demonstrate the functions of the important parts of the Typewriter.
3.0            Demonstrate the key board of the typewriter.
3.1               Distinguish between touch method and sight method of typewriting.
3.2               Insert the paper with a backing sheet in the typewriter.
3.3               Describe the arrangement of alphabets in the keyboard.
3.4               Point out the ‘guide keys’ in the keyboard.
3.5               Practice ‘home keys’.
3.6               Repeat ‘letters and words’ for accurate typing of home keys.
3.7               Practice ‘second fingering’.
3.8               Repeat ‘letters and words’ of the second fingering.
3.9               Practice ‘third fingering’.
3.10  Repeat ‘letters and words’ of third fingering.
3.11  Repeat typing 1, 2 and 3 fingering letters and words.
3.12  Practice typing numbers 0 to 9.
3.13  Repeat typing numbers 0 to 9.
3.14  Practice typing words and sentences.
3.15  Repeat typing of sentences.
4.0        Locate the various punctuation marks in the typewriter.
4.1     Identify the different punctuation marks.
4.2     Adhere to the spacing after punctuation marks.
5.0     Practise the ‘method of paragraphing’ during typing.
5.1     Subdivide typing paragraphs.
5.2     Set the margin stop 5 degrees from the left margin for starting fresh paragraph.
5.3     Set the left and right margins of 10 degrees.
6.0     Practise the centering the typed matter.
6.1     Calculate the letters and spaces in a given sentence.
6.2     Design the given sentence in a beautiful way using centering rules.
7.0     Speed Development Practice
7.1     Practice speeds with accuracy of 15 WPM.
7.2     Practice speeds with accuracy of 20 WPM.
7.3     Practice speeds with accuracy of 25 WPM.
7.4     Practice speeds with accuracy of 30 WPM.
7.5         Demonstrate Speed and Accuracy in typing a given printed matter.

COURSE CONTENTS
1.            Importance of typewriting in modern correspondence.  Master key board with emphasis on rhythm – Blind touch – Accuracy development.
2.            Shift key operation – Words – Sentences – Spacing after punctuation – Paragraphing – Two lines and three line paragraphing.
3.            Regular practice of speed and accuracy passages at 15, 20, 25, 30 w.p.m. – Practice of speed test at various rates – Speed spurt drills.  End Exam at 30 w.p.m.

(FIVE DEPRESSIONS OF KEY (STROKES) IS TO BE TAKEN AS ONE WORD).

REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.       Speed spurt drills.
2.       Examination question papers of S.B.T.E.T. Typewriting English Lower Grade.

Note : Examination will be conducted on a par with SBTET pattern i.e. Speed @30wpm for 10           Minutes.



CCP-108 ENGLISH TYPEWRITING – II
Sub Title                 :
English Typewriting – II  
Sub Code                :
CCP-108
Periods/week        :
4
Periods/year          :
120

TIME SCHEDULE

S. No
Major Topics
No. of Periods
1
Practice from typing manuscripts with Simple abbreviations Statement/Invoice/Debit Note/Credit Note/Account Sales)
45
2
Practice of Professional Letter/Business Letter/Application Letter
45
3
Government Order/Memorandum
30

Total
120

OBJECTIVES
At the end of the course, the student will be able to know:
1.0        Practise Typing of Statement, Debit and Credit Notes Account Sales not exceeding 4 Columns.
 (60 Words) (300 Strokes) (25 Marks)
1.1        Interpret the abbreviation in a given script.
1.2        Select the appropriate spacing of the statement columns.
1.3        Correct the mistakes in a given script.
1.4        Display the typed statement.
1.5        Practice typing statements neatly and accurately.
1.6        Outline the format of a debit note and credit note.
1.7        Practice typing debit and credit note.
1.8        Outline the format of Account Sales.
1.9        Practice typing account sales neatly and accurately.
2.0        Practise Typing of Business Letters, Professional Letters and Applications  (100 Words)  (500 Strokes) (35 Marks)
2.1        Define the terms Business Letter, Professional Letter and Application.
2.2        Outline the format of a Business Letter.
2.3        Identify the abbreviations in a script letter.
2.4        Amplify the abbreviations while typing the matter.
2.5        Prepare a typed business letter.
2.6        Practice the business letter for neatness and good display.
2.7        Outline the format of a professional letter.
2.8        Prepare a typed professional letter.
2.9        Practice the professional letter for neatness and good display.
2.10     Outline the format of an application.
2.11     Prepare a typed application.
2.12     Practice the application for neatness and good display.
3.0        Practise Typing of Government Order and Memorandum. (140 Words) (700 Strokes) (40 Marks)
3.1        Understand a Government Order and Government Memorandum.
3.2        Distinguish between the two.
3.3        Outline the format of a Government order.
3.4        Outline the format of a Government Memorandum.
3.5        Practice Government Order and Memorandum.
3.6        Prepare a typed Government Order and Memorandum.
3.7        Demonstrate Accuracy in Typing Manuscripts according to the Layout.

COURSE CONTENTS
1.            Practice from typing manuscripts with simple abbreviations – Practice of simple business, professional letter from printed matter and manuscript.
2.            Practice typing an application for a situation.
3.            Practice tabular statements, debit note, credit note, invoice and account sales.
4.            Practice Government Correspondence like Government Order and Government Memorandum.
5.            Accuracy tests in the above.
(FIVE depressions of key is to be taken as one word).
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1.       Text book to beginners.
2.       Business typewriter by Fredrick.
3.       Abbreviations by National Shorthand School (Books).
4.       Lay outs and Formats of Typewriter – Published by S.B.T.E.T.

Note : Examination will be conducted on par with SBTET pattern i.e. English Typewriting   Lower Paper-II (45 minutes)




CCP-109 FUNDAMENTALS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (PRACTICALS)

Sub Title                 :
Fundamentals of I.T. (Practicals)
Sub Code                :
CCP-109
Periods/week        :
5
Periods/year          :
150

Rationale : Fundamentals of IT lab is a core lab as the student is expected to understand and demonstrate practical skills in computer systems and handling, identifying and using various components with ease. Emphasis is laid on imparting essential skills in Hardware Components,  DOS, Windows and internet applications that are required of subsequent learning.
TIME SCHEDULE

S. No

Major Topics

No. of  Periods

I
Hardware Components.

1
Motherboard, RAM, Hard disk, Processor, Battery etc.,
05
II
DOS

1
Internal Commands.
07
2
External Commands.
03
III
WINDOWS

1
Basics of Windows Desktop (Icons, Start Menu, Task bar, Display Properties, My Computer).
15
2
Usage of Recycle Bin.
05
3
Creating, Deleting, Renaming folders.
05
4
Copying, Moving of files.
10
5
Format CD/DVD.
03
6
Creating Shortcuts, Placing Shortcuts at Convenient Place.
05
7
Working with Windows Accessories.
10
8
Text creating using Word pad/note pad.
10
9
Formatting text  using Word pad/note pad.
10
10
Printing text documents.
05
11
Operations of Control Panel –Changing settings of the components.
10
12
Installing/Uninstalling software, Hardware.
15
13
Practice painting the pictures using MSPaint.
10
14
Working with calculator.
02
IV
INTERNET

1
List and show the Hardware and Software requirement for Networking.
01
2
Demonstrate the steps to Browse the Net.
02
3
Web searching using search engines.
03
4
Downloading file/folder.
01
5
Zip/unzip files/folder.
01
5
E-mail – Account creation, Sending and Receiving.
07
6
E-Commerce transactions.
05

Total
150

List of Experiments:

1.       Basics of a computer System

a)      Identify the various components of a Computer system.
b)      Differentiate between hardware and software.
c)       State the functions of each component of a computer system.
d)      State the configuration of a computer system.
e)      Identify the various peripherals.
2.       DOS
a)      Booting Process.
b)      DOS Internal and External Commands.
3.       Windows
a)       Exercise on listing and functions of start menu.
b)       Exercise on Desktop. 
c)       Exercise on understanding the use of Taskbar.
d)       Exercise on creation of shortcut to files and folders on Desktop.
e)       Exercise on use of Recycle Bin.
f)        Exercise on use of My Computer.
g)       Scanning virus of CD/DVD/Pen drive using anti-virus software.
h)       Exercise on use of My Documents.
i)         Exercise on Windows Explorer.
j)         Exercise on arranging of icons – name wise, size, type, Modified.
k)       Exercise on creation of folders and organizing files in different folders.
l)         Exercise on searching of files and folders.
m)     Exercise on organizing files / folders using copy and paste of files and folders.
n)       Exercise on Paint.
o)       Exercise using Calculator.
p)       Exercise using Notepad.
q)       Exercise using Wordpad.
r)        Exercise on using Control Panel .
s)        Change the appearance, Video resolution and other settings of display screen.
t)        Configure mouse, change mouse pointers and other settings.
u)       Explain the procedure to change the date and time.
v)       Install and uninstall a hardware device.
w)      Add and remove programs using control panel.
x)       Exercise on shutdown of computer system.
       4.Internet
a)      Identify the Hardware and Software requirement for Networking.
b)      Demonstrate connecting and disconnect with Net.
c)       Browse the Net using Browser software (Interner Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google
Chrome etc.,).
d)      Search the Web using Search Engines.
e)      Demonstrate Zip/Unzip files/folders.
f)            Create an E-mail account.
g)      Send and receive E-mail.
h)      Identify the E-commerce transactions.




      Objectives and Key Competencies
Exp.No.
Name of Experiment
Objectives
Key Competencies
1
Identify the various components of a Computer system .

Identify various Components of a System.
Check whether components are identified correctly.
2
Differentiate between hardware and software.

To Differentiate between hardware and software.
Observe differences between hardware and software.
3
State the functions of each component of a computer system.
To study function of all components on system.
Identify all components inside computer.
Observe the functionality of all components like CPU, RAM, HDD , CD/DVD Drive, Motherboard.
4
State the configuration of a computer system.

Able to observe configuration of given system.
Use System icon in control panel
Use system information in Accessories.

5
Practice on Internal & External commands.

·   To use internal commands.
·   To use External commands.
·  Use any given command.

6
Exercise on understanding the Start Menu items on Taskbar.

Able to understand the use of Start Menu items by opening some applications.

Use ‘Start Menu’ items on Taskbar by opening some applications.
7
Exercise on creation of folders and organizing files in different folders on desktop.

·                   Able to create folder.
·                   Able to organize file in different folders.
·                   Create folder using right click on desktop.
·                   Organise files in different folders.

8
Exercise on using  Recycle Bin

·                     Able to Use Recycle Bin.
·  Check Recycle bin whether able to use delete files.
·  Observe whether  files were properly restored.
9
Exercise on use of My Computer.

·  Able to Access files and folders in C: Drive.

·  Able to Access files and folders in other drives.

·                     Check whether able to access files in C: Drive using My Computer correctly or not.
·                     Check whether able to access files in  other  drives using My Computer correctly or not.
·                     Check whether able to use CD/DVD drive using My Computer.

10
Exercise on use of My Documents.

i)Able to use My documents so that organize and access files and folders in it.
ii)Able to use My Documents so that Organizing files in My Music, My Pictures, My Videos.
iii) Able to create short cut for My document on desktop properly.
·         Check Whether able to organize files and folders in My Documents.
·         Check Whether able to organize files in  My Music, My Pictures, My Videos in My Documents.
·      Check able to create short cut for my document on desktop properly.
11
Exercise on creation of shortcut to files and folders (in other folders) on Desktop.

Able to create shortcut of files and folders on desktop.
·         Check whether  able to create shortcut for any files created on desktop.
·         Check whether  able to create shortcut for any folder created on desktop.
12
Exercise using Paint
·                    Able to create .jpeg, .bmp Files using MS Paint.
·                   Check whether   able to create .jpeg, .bmp Files using MS Paint.
13
Exercise using Calculator.

i) Able to use calculator in Standard mode.
 ii) Able to use calculator in Scientific mode.
· Check calculator in Standard mode

· Check calculator in scientific mode.

14
Exercise using Notepad/Wordpad.

i)Able to use  
  Notepad
 ii)Able to use
   Wordpad
·               Observe creation, formatting and printing of  file using Notepad.
·            Observe Creation, formation and printing of file using Wordpad.
15
Exercise on using Control Panel .

Able to Installation / Uninstallation of Software using control panel.
Able to Install Hardware using control panel.
Able to  Change the Date and Time using control panel.
 Check Installation / Uninstallation of Software using control panel.

Check Installation of Hardware using control panel.

Check Changing Date and Time using control panel.

16
Exercise on using of explorer for accessing of files and folders.

Able to use of explorer for accessing of files and folders.
Check use of explorer for accessing of files and folders.



17
Exercise on arranging of icons – name wise, size, type, Modified.

Able to arrange the icons – name wise, size, type, Modified on desktop.
Observe whether able to arrange the icons – name wise, size, type, Modified.

18
Exercise on searching of files and folders.
Able to search the files and folders.

Check searching of files and folders.

19
Exercise on organizing files / folders using copy and paste of files and folders.

i) Able to organize files / folders using copy and paste of files and folders using explorer.
ii) Able to organize files / folders using copy and paste of files and folders using My Computer.
Check organizing files / folders using copy and paste of files and folders.

Check organzing files / folders using copy and paste of files and folders using my computer.

20
Exercise on installation of Anti Virus software.

Able to install Anti Virus software.

·  Check installation of Anti Virus software.
·  Check the CD/DVD/Pen Drive using Anti Virus Software like Kaspersky etc.,
21
Exercise on shutdown of computer system.
Able to shutdown computer system.
Check shutdown of computer system.

22
Exercise on using of Internet Explorer or any other browser.

Able to use Internet Explorer,
Mozilla Firefox,
Google Chrome
 and Opera.

Check use of Internet Explorer.
Check use of Mozilla Firefox.
Check use of Google Chrome.
Check use of Opera.
23
Exercise on E-mail.
Able to Create E-mail id.
Able to send and receive messages using E-mail.
·     Create E-mail id.
·      Send and Receive messages          using E-mail.
24
Exercise on Zip/unzip files/folders.
Able to Zip/Unzip Files/Folders.
·      Use Winrar software to Zip/Unzip Files/Folders.