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Microsoft Office 2013Microsoft Word 2013 Microsoft Word 2013 is the latest version of the popular word processing software offered as part of Microsoft's Office package. If you've used Word 2007 or 2010, you'll find 2013 to be an upgrade with a lot of improvements that enhance the user experience. However, if you're new to Word or used older versions in the past, Word 2013 will be a welcome change to your past experiences with word processing programs. You'll be impressed at all it can do. This course is designed to teach the new and experienced user alike how to use the many features of MS Word 2013 to create documents, publications, and complete tasks that require the use of a word processor. You'll start out learning the very basics of Microsoft Word 2013 using instructions and screenshots, then progress into intermediate and advanced features and techniques so that you can get the most out of the popular program. In this section, you'll learn:
· How to navigate the Word 2013 interface
· What's new in Word 2013
· How to open new documents and existing documents
· How to use templates
· Basic and advanced text, paragraph, and document formatting
· How to use Microsoft Word for desktop publishing
· How to create brochures, flyers, and even business cards using MS Word
· How to install apps to use with Word
· How to insert images, graphics, and video
· How to connect MS Word to Facebook and Flickr!
· How to use MS Word as a photo editor
· How to create an index, bibliography, or TOC using Word
· How to create even more impressive tables than ever before using new formatting tools
· How to solve mathematical equations using Word
· And much more!
Microsoft Excel 2013 Microsoft Excel 2013 is a spreadsheet program that comes packaged with the Microsoft Office family of software products. Just like the other programs by Microsoft, Excel can be used for a wide variety of purposes such as creating address books, mailing lists, grocery lists, tracking expenses, creating invoices and bills, doing financial accounting, balancing checkbooks, as well as any other purpose that requires a spreadsheet or table.
This course will teach you the skills you'll need to successfully use Excel 2013. Each lesson contains step-by-step instructions and explanations to show you how to use all the features, and also provides video tutorials on how everything is done. You don't need previous experience with Excel to be able to complete this course. This course will start with basic skills, then move forward to more advanced features and techniques.
In our Excel 2013 course, you'll learn how to:
Create a spreadsheet
Format cells, rows, columns, and entire worksheets so they fit and match your data
Enter data into a spreadsheet
Use formulas and functions for math, accounting, and totaling
Create formulas and functions
Create charts and diagrams for your data
Create data lists and forms
Create and use pivot tables and pivot charts
Work with Excel templates
Share and protect your worksheets and workbooks
Use What-If Analysis to determine possible outcomes
And much, much more
MS PowerPoint 2013
MS PowerPoint 2013 is Microsoft's modern-day answer to the old slide show and overhead projectors. You can use PowerPoint to create presentations and slideshows, as well as movies and videos that you can publish to Facebook and YouTube.
In this course, you're going to learn how to use the major, important features of PowerPoint 2013 starting from the most basic on through to advanced. Once you've finished the course, you'll be able to create stunning slideshows – and even convert those slide shows to a movie format to display on a website as a presentation. What's more, working within PowerPoint 2013 will be easy because we're going to teach you everything you need to know to successfully use the program.
Navigate the PowerPoint 2013 interface
Create new presentations from scratch – or using beautiful template
Add text, pictures, sounds, movies, and charts to your presentations
Design slides using themes, colors, and special effects
Animate objects on slides to bring them to life. We'll even show you how to make a ball bounce on a slide!
Add special effects to slide transitions to spice up your presentations
Work with Master Slides to make editing your presentation easy
Set up slide shows and rehearse timings for your slides
Collaborate using social media and PowerPoint together
And much more!
Microsoft Outlook 2013 Microsoft Outlook 2013 is the email client and personal information organizer that comes with the Microsoft Office Suite. Outlook 2013 is used by businesses, freelancers, and home users alike to check, sort, and organize emails. However, that is only the start of what you can do with Outlook. You can also set and delegate tasks, schedule meetings and appointments, add contacts, connect to social media, and much more.
In this course, you'll learn how to:
Send and receive email
Create plain text, rich text, and HTML emails
Sort and organize your emails using folders
Mark emails that need your special attention – and have Outlook remind you
Format text within emails
Advanced formatting techniques to create HTML newsletters in the body of an email!
Connect to social networks
Add contacts and manage them with address books
Use the calendar to set appointments, meetings, and events
Create to-do lists to help you get your tasks finished on time
Set reminders for meetings, tasks, and other things that need your attention
Subscribe to RSS feeds, including YouTube
Share emails, contacts, and calendars
This course will not require you to have previous experience in any particular area but you should have a high school reading level. No books will be required.
You should have a working version of Microsoft Office 2013 in order to complete the assignment activities.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013
Lesson 2: Working with Documents and the Keyboard
Lesson 3: Navigating Through a Word Document
Lesson 4: Basic Text Editing
Lesson 5: Text Formatting
Lesson 6: Paragraph Formatting
Lesson 7: More Ways to Format Text and Paragraphs
Lesson 8: Style Formatting
Lesson 9: Page Formatting
Lesson 10: Templates
Lesson 11: Working With Graphics and Pictures
Lesson 12: Tables
Lesson 13: Desktop Publishing
Lesson 14: Long Documents
Lesson 15: Technical Documents
Lesson 16: Mail Merge
Lesson 17: Proofing, Printing, and Publishing
Lesson 18: Comparing, Merging, and Protecting Documents
Lesson 19: Customizing and Expanding Word
Lesson 1: Introduction to MS Excel 2013
Lesson 2: Navigating Excel 2013
Lesson 3: Worksheets and Workbooks
Lesson 4: Entering Information into MS Excel 2013
Lesson 5: Introduction to Working with Cells, Rows, and Columns
Lesson 6: Formatting Data and Cells
Lesson 7: Formatting Rows and Columns
Lesson 8: Editing Cells, Rows, Columns, and Worksheets
Lesson 9: Introduction to Formulas and Calculations
Lesson 10: Working with Formulas and Functions
Lesson 11: Maintaining Worksheets
Lesson 12: The What-If Analysis
Lesson 13: Adding Images and Graphics
Lesson 14: Charts and Diagrams
Lesson 15: Creating Data Lists
Lesson 16: Managing Data
Lesson 17: Pivot Tables and Charts
Lesson 19: Templates
Lesson 20: Protecting, Saving, and Sharing Workbooks
Lesson 1: Introduction to Microsoft Word 2013
Lesson 2: The Basics of Creating Presentations
Lesson 3: Applying Themes and Layouts to Slides
Lesson 4: Working with Objects
Lesson 5: Entering, Editing, and Formatting Text
Lesson 6: Working in Outline View
Lesson 7: Proofing Presentations
Lesson 8: Notes
Lesson 9: Inserting Pictures, Graphics, Shapes, and Other Things
Lesson 10: Inserting Tables into Presentations
Lesson 11: Charts and SmartArt
Lesson 12: Adding Sound and Video
Lesson 13: Adding Transitions and Animation
Lesson 14: Master Slides
Lesson 15: Printing and Running Slide Shows
Lesson 16: Saving, Sharing, and Exporting Presentations
Lesson 1: Introduction to Microsoft Outlook 2013
Lesson 2: Navigating Outlook 2013
Lesson 3: Sending and Receiving Messages
Lesson 4: Formatting Messages
Lesson 5: Adding Tables and Other Elements to Messages
Lesson 6: Inserting Graphics and Images into Emails
Lesson 7: Working with Messages
Lesson 8: Organizing Mail
Lesson 9: Advanced Mail Features
Lesson 10: Address Books and Contacts
Lesson 11: Using the Calendar
Lesson 12: Reminders
Lesson 13: Tasks
Lesson 14: Notes
Lesson 15: Social Media and Outlook 2013
Lesson 16: Sharing
Certificate in Computer Hardware and Networking Technology Also abbreviated as CCHNT. The course fee as of July 2016 is Rs 5,000. Duration: 6 Months. There are 5 papers in this course as follows. Subjects for each paper are mentioned in the PDF format syllabus file.
Basic Electronics Circuits
Computer Hardware and Operating System
Network Management and Administration
Practical for above 3 papers
Project Work for above 3 papers
Download CCNHT PDF
Post Graduate Diploma In Computer Hardware and Networking
Also abbreviated as PGDCHN. This is a full time course of duration 1 year. The course fee is Rs
5,825. Scroll down for the PDF file.
There are two semesters in this course and the papers in each semester are as follows.
PGDCHN Semester 1
Basic Electronics and Measuring Instruments
Computer Hardware and Peripherals
Operating System and Diagnostics Tools
Practicals for the above 3 papers
Padyatra – Additional
Udyog – Additional
PGDCHN Semester 2
Principal of Digital Electronics
Network Essentials and Management
Operating System Administration
Practicals for the above 3 papers
Udyog – Additional
The details and subjects inside every paper semester wise are available in the PDF format syllabus file.
Basic Total No of Classes: 15-20 sessions [2-3 hrs each] Duration: 2-3 months (2 days in a week)1) What is Linux ? Why Linux?
C++ Programming Language Syllabus
1) Beginning with c++
a) What is C++, its Applications, Advantages etc.
b) Difference between C and C++. major and minor difference.
c) Creating C++ source file, Editing, Compiling, Linking, Debugging. Etc.
d) Make File Utility, Command Line Arguments etc.
2) Explaining Procedure oriented Language(C) and Object Oriented Language.(C++)
a) Look at Procedure-oriented Programming
b) A Brief Look At Object Oriented Programming(OOP).
c) Applications of OOP, Benefits of OOPS
3) C++ Tokens, Expressions, and Control Structure.
a)Tokens b)C++ keywords c)Basic Data Types d) User-defined Data Types e)
Derived Data Types
f) Operators in C++ g) Reference Variables h) Memory management operators
j) Operator Overloading k) Operator Precedence l)Control Structure.
4) Functions In C++
a) Different forms of functions b) function prototyping c) Call by Reference d) Inline
e) function overloading f) friend and virtual functions g) Math library functions etc.
5) Classes And Objects-
a) C Structure revision b) defining classes, defining member functions.
c) declaration of objects to class d) access to member variables from objects etc
e) different forms of member functions dependence on access specifiers(i.e.
Private, public, protected) .
e) array of objects f) objects as function arguments h) friendly function
i) returning objects j) pointers to members h) local classes.
6) Memory Management and pointers.
a) Using New operator, comparison of new over malloc, calloc and realloc etc.
b) Memory freeing using Delete operator.
7) Constructor and Distributor-
a) intro b) constructors, c) parametrized constructors d) Multiple constructors in class
e)dynamic initialization of objects f) Destructors.
8) Operator Overloading and type conversion
a) intro b) defining operator overloading c)overloading - (unary, binary operators)
d)overloading binary operators using friends e) Rules for overloading operators f)type
9) Inheritance – extending class
a) Intro b) types of inheritance c) single inheritance d) multiple inheritance e)
f)hierarchical inheritance g)hybrid inheritance etc. f)virtual base class g) abstract class
h) constructors in derived class.
10) Pointer, Virtual Functions, Polymorphism.
a) intro b)pointers c) pointers to objects d) this pointer e) pointers to derived class f)
g) pure virtual functions etc.
11) Managing Console I/O Operations
a) intro b)C++ streams c) c++ stream classes d) unformated / formated I/O
e) managing output with manipulators.
12) Working with files.
a) intro b) creating/ opening / closing / deleting giles c) file pointers and their
d)updating file random access to file e) Error handling during file operations. f)
command line arguments.
a) intro b) class templates c) function templates d)overloading of template function.
14) Exception Handling
a) intro b) Exception handling – throwing, catching, re-throwing an exceptions ,
specifying exceptions etc.
15) introducing STL (Standard template library)
a) intro b) components of STL c) containers d) algorithms e) iterators f) function
16) String Manipulation in C++
a)intro b) creating objects c) manipulating string objects d) relational operators e) string characters
f) accessing characters in strings.
17) New Features of C++
a) new data types, b) new operators c) class implementation d) namespace scope e) operator keywords f) new headers etc.
18) object oriented system development
a) intro b) procedure-oriented paradigms, development tools c) object-orientedparadigms developments tools
d) implementation e) prototyping paragdism.
• HTML Introduction
• Text Links
• Image Links
• Text Fields
• Hidden Fields
• Special Tags
• Formatting Tags
• Line Breaks
• Horizontal Rule
• Color Codes
• Color Chart1
• CSS Syntax
• CSS Id & Class
• CSS How
• Styling Backgrounds
• Styling Text
• Styling Fonts
• Styling Links
• Styling Lists
• Styling Tables CSS Box Model
• CSS Border
• CSS Outline
• CSS Margin
• CSS Padding
• CSS Grouping/Nesting
• CSS Dimension
• CSS Display
• CSS Positioning
• CSS Floating
• CSS Align
• CSS Pseudo-class
• CSS Pseudo-element
• CSS Navigation Bar
• CSS Image Gallery
• CSS Image Opacity
• CSS Image Sprites
• CSS Media Types
• CSS Attribute Selectors
Only required knowledge for PSD to HTML
• Screen Technology basics
• Image formats
• Photoshop workspace
• Photoshop Tools
• Blending Options
• Layer modes
• Export graphic
• Dreamweaver syllabus
• WYSIWYG Editor / workspace
• Dreamweaver Basics
• Dreamweaver shortcuts
• Dreamweaver panels
• Dreamweaver toolbars
• Dreamweaver automation
• Source code formatting
PSD to HTML conversion
• Setting up folder structure
• Reading the design
• PSD to HTML conversion
• Dynamic content logic
• Cross browser compatibility
• Slicing the PSDs
• Setting up Naming convention
Web Design Glossary
We've compiled the Motive Web Design Glossary to demystify the world of the web. Coverage includes web: philosophy, business and marketing,usability, design, standards and technology. Web Design Glossary
After the completion of the training, participants get to work on a Live project.
Accounts Master Creations
Voucher Types and Classes
Bank Reconciliation Statement
Introduction to Inventory
Locations / Go downs
Units of Measure
Dealer Excise opening stock
Pure Inventory Voucher
Entry of Pure Inventory Voucher
Bill of Material
Purchase and Sales Order
Foreign Exchange Transactions
New Year Books
Printing Configuration for Vouchers
Printing of Inventory Reports
Import & Export of Data
Introduction to Tax Deducted at Source (TDS)
TDS in Tally
Vouchers / Transactions
Advance to a Party
Introduction to VAT
Vouchers and Transactions
VAT on MRP
Introduction to Service Tax
Service Tax in Tally
Service Tax Reports
Introduction to Payroll
Attendance / Production Type
Voucher Types in Pay Roll
Introduction to Excise for Manufactures
Type of Excise Duty
Excise for Manufacturers in Tally.ERP9
Introduction to Excise for Dealers
Type of Excise Duty
Excise for Dealers in Tally.ERP9
Introduction of Tally.NET
Creating Remote Users
Authorising Security Level