Description of Basics of IT?
IT basics can be divided into six broad categories: computer hardware and peripherals, operating systems, office productivity software, servers, networking, and coding.
The purpose of this course is to introduce students with basic concepts of structured programming.
- Introduction to Programming
- Operating Systems
- Computer Basics
- Office Productivity Software
- Internet Fundamentals
- Data Security and Privacy
- Computer Literacy: Gain a foundational understanding of computer systems, hardware components, and software applications.
- Operating Systems: Learn about different operating systems (e.g., Windows, macOS, Linux) and their functionalities.
- Software Applications: Develop skills in using essential software applications such as word processors, spreadsheets, presentation tools, and email clients.
- Internet and Web Browsing: Understand how to navigate the internet effectively, search for information, and evaluate online resources.
- Data Management: Acquire knowledge on organizing, storing, and retrieving data files on computers.
- Cybersecurity Awareness: Learn about basic security measures, safe online practices, and protection against threats like malware and phishing.
- Communication Tools: Familiarize yourself with various communication tools like email, instant messaging, and video conferencing platforms.
- Digital Citizenship: Understand the ethical and responsible use of technology, including issues related to privacy, copyright, and digital etiquette.
- Troubleshooting: Develop problem-solving skills to identify and resolve common computer issues, such as software errors or connectivity problems.
Goals and Achievement
- Obtain a professional certification.
- Build a portfolio.
- Stay updated with emerging technologies.
- Gain practical experience.
- Being upto date with IT networking.
- Specialize in a specific fields of IT.
- 2 Months coursework
- Batch System and 1 on 1 Classes
- Lab work or practical’s
- Assignments for home