DOEACC A Level Course Review

The Department of Electronics and Accreditation of Computer Courses (DOEACC) is an autonomous scientific society under the Indian Ministry of Communications and Information Technology offering course O Level, A Level, B Level and C Level which is also approved by AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education).

Benefits of A Level :

'A' level course of DOEACC Scheme is equivalent to an Advanced Diploma in Computer Applications. After Successfully completion of A Level one can get work as

Application Developer
Web Administrator
Training faculty
Web Content Developer
Trouble Shooter ....

A level qualifiers also get lateral entry to 3rd Semester of MCA or 2nd year B Level( 3 Years ) .

Difficulty Level :

Its difficult to others Course as it doesn't provide study courses and resourse is quite Limited.


O level Quilifiers or  any Graduate.


18 months , as if you register for July Session then can take Examination in january or if you opted for January Session then you can take exam in july. Means 6month + 1 year minimum.

Syllabus of DOEACC A Level

DOEACC 'A' Level Course consists of 10 theory modules (nine compulsory modules and one elective module),

2 Practical Exams and one Project.

A1:IT Concepts, Tools and Business System

Computer Appreciation
Computer Organization
Operating System (Windows & Linux)
Word Processing
Spreadsheet Package
Presentation Package
Data Base Management System
Information Technology Applications in Society

A2: Internet Technology and Web Design

Introduction to Internet
TCP/IP - Internet Technology and Protocol
Internet Connectivity
Internet Network
Services on Internet
Electronic Mail
Current Trends on Internet
Web Publishing and Browsing
HTML Programming
Interactivity Tools
ASP, VB Script, Java Script, Front Page, Flash
Internet Security Management Concepts, Information Privacy and Copyright Issues

A3: Programming in 'C'

Introduction to Programming
Algorithms for Problem Solving
Introduction to 'C' Language
Conditional Statements and Loops
Storage Classes
Structures and Unions
Self Referential Structures and Linked Lists
File Processing

A4: Computer System Architecture

Digital Components
Data Representation
Register Transfer & Micro Operations
Basic Computer Organization
Central Processing Unit
Computer Arithmetic
Input-Output Organization
Memory Organization
Assembly Language Programming

A5: Structured System Analysis & Design Introduction

System Development Cycle
System Planning
Modular and Structured Design
System Design and Modeling
Input/Output and Interface Design
System Implementation and Maintenance
Computer System Security
OO Analysis/Design
Introduction to MIS

A6: Data Structure through C++

Analysis of Algorithm
Basics of C++, Elementary Data Structures:
Arrays, linked lists
Abstract Data types Stacks and Queues
Searching, sorting and Complexity

A7: Database Management System

An Overview of Database Management System
Architecture of the Database System
Relational Database Management System
Relational Algebra and Relational Calculus
The SQL Language
Backup and Recovery
Design and Development of Database Applications

A8: OS, UNIX & Shell Programming

Operating System Concepts
Linux Ideas and History
Linux Usage Basics
Running Commands and Getting help
Browsing the File System
The X-Window System
Users, Groups and Permissions
Advanced Topics in Users, Groups and
The Linux file system in-depth
vim: An advanced text editor
Standard I/O and Pipes
Using the bash shell
Configuring the Bash Shell
Text Processing Tools
Shell Programming
Investigating and Managing Process
Finding and Processing Files
Basic System Configuration Tools

A9: Data Communication & Network Technologies

Data Communications
Communication Network Fundamentals
Media Access Control
Networking Components
Link Control and MAC Protocols
Local Area Networks (LAN)
Wide Area Networks (WAN)
Application Protocols
Wireless Networks
Security and Management

A10: Elective (any one)

AE1: Introduction to Object Oriented Programming through JAVA

Object Oriented Programming
Thinking Object-Oriented
Classes and Methods
Messages, Instances, and Initialization
Inheritance and Substitution
Static and Dynamic Behavior
Multiple Inheritance
Polymorphism and Software Reuse
Overloading and Overriding

Java Programming

An Introduction to Java
The Java Programming Environment
Fundamental Programming Structures in Java
Objects and Classes
Interfaces and Inner Classes
Introduction to GUI
Graphics Programming
User Interface Components with Swing
Deploying Applets and Applications
Exceptions and Debugging
Streams and Files
Database Programming

Unified Modeling Language (UML)

Introduction, An outline Development Process and Use cases
Class Diagrams and Advance Concepts
Interaction Diagrams, Packages and Collaborations
State and Activity Diagrams
Physical Diagrams
Case Studies

AE2:Software Testing and Quality Management

Importance of Software Testing
Testing Techniques and Strategy
Verification and Validation
Building Test Cases and Plans
Quality Assurance and Standards
Debugging Technique and Tools
External Source of Errors

Note : Electives will be offered at the discretion of the institute.
Last but list - Project Work

Course Fee :

The syllabus for 'A' level can be obtained by post or in person from the DOEACC Society at a cost of Rs.150/- . Registration is a mandatory pre-requisite for appearing in the O/A/B/C level Examinations conducted by the DOEACC ( or NIELIT). One time non refundable Registration fee is Rs.500/- at any Level .

Registration, any level (By CSCs and Online method): Rs. 500/-
Examination: Rs.500/- X no. of papers

 Practical (per practical): Rs 300/-
 Practical (per practical): Rs 300/-
 Project: O level: Only project Completion Certificate, No fees
 A Level: Rs.500/-
 B/ C Level: Rs.3000/-


 Category : Education   Posted By : Sanjay   on 2015-07-03 09:39:22

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