NIELIT DOEACC O Level Syllabus
NIELIT DOEACC O Level Syllabus


DOEACC O Level Syllabus

National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology conducts the O level examination on the first Saturday of every month. The DOEACC O Level Syllabus acts as a guide for candidates preparing for this examination. With the help of DOEACC O Level course Syllabus candidates get to know about the topics important from an examination point of view.

DOEACC O Level Exam Overview:

Name of examO Level Syllabus
Name of conducting bodyDOEACC
Start date to apply1st of every month
Last date to apply30th/31st of every month
Exam date1st Saturday of every month

DOEACC O Level Syllabus

There will be a Theoretical and Practical Exam. Applicants who will appear in this examination may check Complete Syllabus for O Level Course which is given below:-

M1-R4: IT Tools and Business Systems:

  • Computer Appreciation
  • Computer Organization
  • Operating System
  • Word Processing
  • Spreadsheet Package
  • Presentation Package
  • Data Base Operations
  • Information Technology and Society


TopicMinimum number of hours
Computer Appreciation04
Computer Organization06
Operating System13
Word Processing06
Spreadsheet Package09
Presentation Package05
Data Base Operations13
Information Technology and Society04
Lectures 60
Practical/Tutorials 60
Total 120

M2-R4: Internet Technology and Web Design:

  • Introduction to Internet
  • TCP/IP – Internet Technology and Protocol
  • Internet Connectivity
  • Internet Network
  • Services on Internet (Definition and Functions)
  • Electronic Mail
  • Current Trends on Internet
  • Web Publishing and Browsing
  • HTML Programming Basics
  • Interactivity Tools
  • Internet Security Management Concepts, Information Privacy and Copyright Issues.

Course outline:

TopicMinimum number of hours
Introduction to Internet02
TCP/IP – Internet Technology and Protocol03
Internet Connectivity03
Internet Network04
Services on Internet (Definition and Functions)04
Electronic Mail07
Current Trends on Internet03
Web Publishing and Browsing10
HTML Programming Basics12
Interactivity Tools08
Internet Security Management Concepts, Information Privacy and Copyright Issues04
Lectures 60
Practical/tutorials 60
Total 120

M3-R4: Programming and Problem Solving Through ‘C’ Language:

  • Introduction to Programming.
  • Algorithms for Problem Solving .
  • Introduction to ‘C’ Language.
  • Conditional Statements and Loops.
  • Functions
  • Storage Classes
  • Structures and unions
  • Pointers
  • Self Referential Structures and Linked Lists
  • File Processing

Course Outline:

TopicMinimum number of hours
Introduction to Programming04
Algorithms for Problem Solving10
Introduction to ‘C’ Language04
Conditional Statements and Loops07
Storage Classes03
Structures and Unions06
Self Referential Structures and Linked Lists04
File Processing04
Lectures 60
Practical/tutorials 60
Total 120

M4.1- R4: Application of NET Technology:

  • The .NET framework
  • C# Basics
  • C# Using Libraries
  • Advanced Features Using C#
  • NET 2.0
  • Introduction to Programming with Visual Basic.NET
  • File and Database Applications
  • Advanced Programming Constructs
  • .NET Architecture and Advanced Tools

Course outline:

TopicMinimum number of hours
The .NET framework3
C# Basics11
C# Using Libraries7
Advanced Features Using C#7
ASP.NET 2.07
Introduction to Programming with Visual Basic.NET7
File and Database Applications8
Advanced Programming Constructs5
.NET Architecture and Advanced Tools5
Lectures 60
Practical/tutorials 60
Total 120

M4.2-R4: Introduction to Multimedia:

  • Introduction to Multimedia
  • Computer Fonts and Hypertext
  • Audio fundamentals and representations
  • Image fundamentals and representations
  • Video and Animation
  • Multimedia Authoring

Course outline:

TopicMinimum number of hours
Introduction to Multimedia08
Computer Fonts and Hypertext10
Audio fundamentals and representations10
Image Fundamentals and representations10
Video and Animation10
Multimedia Authoring12
Lectures 60
Practical/tutorials 60
Total 120

M4.3-R4: Introduction to ICT Resources:

  • PC Assembly and Operation
  • Utilities
  • Networking Concepts
  • Network Administration

Course outline:

TopicMinimum number of hours
PC Assembly and Operation15
Miscellaneous Utilities15
Networking Concepts15
Network Administration15
Lectures 60
Practical/tutorials 60
Total 120

NIELIT ‘O’ Level Gradation System

Sr.No.Marks ScoredGrade to be Awarded
1.Below 50%F (Failed)
2.50% – 54%D
3.55% – 64%C
4.65% – 74%B
5.75% – 84%A
6.85% & AboveS

DOEACC O Level Exam Pattern:

The Exam Pattern has been made by NIELIT for Long Term Courses such as ‘O’ Level Course, BCA, A level, CHMO and Diploma in Computer Science and Engineering / IT. The complete Exam Pattern of ‘O’ Level will be given below:-

  • The theory examination for each module under the fourth revised syllabus would be for duration of three hours and the total marks for each subject would be 100.
  • One Practical examination of three hours duration and 100 marks.
  • The Society will be responsible for holding the examination for theory and practical both for the students from Accredited Centers and student at large.

DOEACC O Level Study Material:

Main Reading

  • Sinha and P. Sinha, “ Foundations of Computing” , BPB Publication, 2008.
  • Sagman S, “MS Office for Windows XP”, Pearson Education, 2007.
  • ITL Educational Society, “Introduction to IT”, Pearson Education.
  • Miller M, “Absolute Beginners Guide to Computer Basics”, Pearson Education.

Supplementary Reading

  • Turban, Mclean, and Wetherbe, “Information Technology and Management” John
  • Wiley & Sons.
  • Mansfield Ron, “Working in Microsoft Office”, 2008, Tata McGraw-Hill
  • Balagurusamy E, “Fundamentals of Computers”, 2009, Tata McGraw-Hill
  • Mavis Beacon, “All-in-one MS Office” CD based views for self-learning, BPB Publication, 2008
  • Perry G, “MS Office 2007”, Pearson Education, 2008.
  • D’Suoza & D’souza, “Learn Computer Step by Step”, Pearson Education, 2006.
  • Kulkarni, “IT Strategy for Business”, Oxford University Press.

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