DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (DCA)

DCA, Diploma in Computer Applications, is a one-year diploma course in the field of Computer Applications which involves the study of numerous computer applications such as MS Office, Internet Applications, Operating System, Accounting , Graphics such as Photoshop , coral draw, and web content like HTML and CSS  among other subjects.

JOB ORIENTATION AFTER DOING (DCA)

  • Applications support engineer 
  • Computer Technician 
  • Data Entry Operator 
  • Application Support Executive 
  • BPO Executive 
  • Back Office Executive 
  • Computer Operator 
  • Clerk
  • Systems Officer 
  • Computer Operator

COMPLETE SLLYBUS OF DCA (DURATION 12 MONTHS)

(MODULE-I) IT TOOLS

MS-WORD- Microsoft Word or MS Word is a graphical word processing program that users can type with. It is made by the computer company Microsoft.

MS-EXCEL-MS Excel is a commonly used Microsoft Office application. It is a spreadsheet program that is used to save and analyze numerical data.

MS-POWER POINT-PowerPoint is presentation software that enables users to create engaging presentations that consist of individual pages, or slides, which may contain text, graphics, sound, movies, hyperlinks, and other objects.

(MODULE-II) WEB DESIGNING

Web design refers to the design of websites that are displayed on the internet. It usually refers to the user experience aspects of website development rather than software development. Web design used to be focused on designing websites for desktop browsers.

A web designer works on the appearance, layout, and, in some cases, content of a website. Appearance, for instance, relates to the colors, font, and images used.

HTML- HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. It is used to design web pages using a markup language

HTML-5
  • Introduction of HTML
  • HTML LISTS
  • Table in HTML
  • Images in HTML
  • Forms
  • Admission Form 
  • Govt. Exam Form 
  • Feedback Forms 
  • Other Forms 
Forms Types 
  • Text 
  • Password 
  • Radio 
  • Checkbox
Marquee Tool
  • Behaviour 
  •  Direction 
  •  Loop 
  •  Scrollment Amount
Worksheet Of HTML 
  • Resume & CV 
  •  Google Page 
  •  Facebook Page 
  •  Pamplets

CSS– CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. It is the language for describing the presentation of Web pages, including colours, layout, and fonts, thus making our web pages presentable to the users.

  • Introduction of CSS
  • Types of CSS
  • CSS Coding
  • Font Properties
  • Border Properties
  • How To Fill Griadent & Image
  • Positioning
  • Animation
  • Make Different Logos And Shapes
  • CSS Worksheet

JAVA SCRIPT-JavaScript is a lightweight, cross-platform, and interpreted scripting language. It is well-known for the development of web pages, many non-browser environments also use it.

    • Introduction of Javascript
    • Formulaes 
    • Adittion 
    • Substraction 
    • Multiplication 
    • Divide
    • Conditional Statement
    • Javascript Loops
    • Javascript Alerts An Pop Ups
    • Javascript Worksheet

(MODULE-III) GRAPHIC DESIGNING

Graphic designing graphics for use in media products such as magazines, labels, advertising, and signage.

ADOBE PHOTOSHOP– Adobe Photoshop is software that is extensively used for raster image editing, graphic design and digital art. It makes use of layering to allow for depth and flexibility in the design and editing process, as well as provide powerful editing tools, that when combined, are capable of just about anything.

 

COREL DRAW – CorelDraw (styled CorelDRAW) is a vector graphics editor developed and marketed by Corel Corporation. It is also the name of the Corel graphics suite, which includes the bitmap-image editor Corel Photo-Paint as well as other graphics-related programs.

 

ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR- Adobe Illustrator is a professional vector-based design and drawing program.  Used as part of a larger design workflow, Illustrator allows for the creation of everything from single design elements to entire compositions. Designers use Illustrator to create posters, symbols, logos, patterns, icons, etc.

(MODULE-IV)- TALLY PRIME

1. Introduction of Tally
2. Basics of Accounting
3. Formation of company
4. Masters of tally
      • Accounts info 
      • Single and multiple ledgers
      • Alteration of ledgers
      • Deletion of ledgers
      • Groups of Tally
      • Inventory details
      • Stock groups, categories and stock items
5. Vouchers entries
    • Company features details
    • Payment, receipt, journal, and contra 
    • Voucher mode and invoice mode
    • Sale and purchase invoices
    • Debit and credit notes details 
    • Order processing 
      1. Purchase and sales order processing
      2. Purchase and sales challan
      3. Rejections
      4. Invoicing 
      5. Returns and payments/receipts
    • Modes of discounts
6. Manufacturing of goods
      • Purchasing of goods
      • Bills of material 
      • Voucher creations 
      • Manufacturing details 
7. Payroll maintenance
      • Employees group, categories
      • Employees details
      • Units 
      • Attendance heads
      • Pay heads
      • Attendance of employees 
      • Payroll voucher details
8. Analysis of data
    • Balance sheet 
    • Profit and loss and trial balance
    • Stock details and summary
    • Daybook
    • Outstanding’s and payables analysis
    •  Godown management
9. Taxation
      • Vat: payable, refundable, and multi vat
      • CST
      • Service tax
10. GST (goods and services tax)
      • Introduction of GST
      • Establishment of tally
      • Components of tally
      • Dealers of market
      • Rules and rates of GST
      • Benefits of GST
      • Statutory and taxation 
      • Goods and services treatment in tally
      • Inter state
      • Intra state
      • Multi GST
      • GST with discounts
      • GSTIN details
      • Printing of invoicing
      • Analysis of GST
      • Computation of GST
      • Payment  transaction of GST
11. TDS
12. Practical problems of tally 
13. Worksheets

DIPLOMA IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (DCA)

In a one-year diploma course in Computer Applications, you will learn MS Office applications, Internet Applications, Operating Systems, Database Management Systems, HTML, and more.