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Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Limited (
MKCL
)

OnCeT For New Centre: Nov
2011

(Including details of new examination pattern)






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1

About OnCeT


Online

Certification Test (OnCeT) is the
certification examination mandatory for the Learning
Facilitators of all the Authorized Learning Centers (ALCs)

applying for New Centers for MS
-
CIT
(Maharashtra S
tate Certificate in Information Technology) course.


Exam is

designed to examine the
integral
skills and competencies of the faculties for using various
application software tools effectively and efficiently,
these integral skills
are required to be taught
and practiced during MS
-
CIT course.


Objective of the OnCeT is to offer intellectually exciting and challenging e
7
erience to the
Learning

Facilitator to apply their
integral
skill
s

and knowledge of the software tools through a se
t of
integral
assignments and thereby ensure their mastery on the subject matter so as to bring about overall
improvement in quality of academic delivery of the course.


2

Syllabus


The learning Facilitators applying for the OnCeT Examination are e
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ected to have mastery on the
following skills


2.1

Theoretical S
kills


M
S
-
CIT

Curriculum for Theory Topics

Sr
.

No

Chapter Name

Topics

Concepts

1

Information Technology,
The Internet, and you

Information System ,
Wireless revolution,
Connectivity

Information Systems, people,
Software, System software,
Application Software, Hardware,
Types of computer,
Microcomputer hardware, Data,
Connectivity, the wireless
revolution, and the internet, A look
to the future,

Discuss : Multiple choice ,
Matching,
and Open ended
questions

2

The Internet, the web, and
electronic commerce

The Internet and the web,
Internet Access,
Communication, Search
tools, Electronic Commerce,
Web utilities

Web storefronts, web auctions,
security, Telnet, FTP, Plug
-
ins,
filters,:
Blocking spam, A Look to
the Future : Internet , Search
Engines, Met search tools,
Specialized search engines





M
S
-
CIT

Curriculum for Theory Topics

Sr
.

No

Chapter Name

Topics

Concepts

3

Basic application
software


Application Software,
Word Processors,
Spreadsheets, Database
Management Systems,
Presentation Graphics
,Integrated

Packages,
Software suites ,sharing
data between application

Common features, web
-
based
applications, Overview of various
application software, Features and
case studies

4

Specialized Application
software

Specialized Applications,
Graphics, Audio and
Video,
Multimedia, Web authoring,
Emerging applications

Desktop Publishing, Image editors,
Illustration programs, Image
galleries, Graphics suites, Video
editing software, Audio editing
software, What is Multimedia?,
Links and buttons, Developing
Multimedi
a presentations,
Multimedia authoring programs,
Web site design, web authoring
programs, Virtual Reality,
Knowledge based (e
7
ert) systems,
Robotics, Digital Video Editing, A
Look to the future : Emotions and
Robots,

Discuss : Multiple choice ,
Matching,
and Open ended
question

5

System software

System software, Operating
systems, Operating
systems, Device Drivers,

Types of System software,
Operating system functions,
features, categories, Windows,
Mac OS, Unix and Linux, Windows
utilities, Utility suites, Device
drivers, Add printer wizard,
Windows update, Virus protection
and Internet security, A look to the
future

: IBM's new supercomputer,

Discuss : Multiple choice ,
Matching, and Open ended
questions

6

The System Unit

System Unit, System board,
Microprocessor, Memory,
System clock, E
7
ansion
cards and slots, Ports,

System Unit, Electronic data and
instructions,

Binary,
Microprocessor, Microprocessor
chips, Specialty processors,
Memory, RAM, ROM, CMOS,
System clock, E
7
ansion slots and
cards, Plug and play cards, Bus
lines, E
7
ansion buses, ISA, PCI,
AGP, USB, HPSB, Ports, Standard
Ports, cables, Power Supply,
Maki
ng IT work for you : TV tuner
cards and video clips, A look to the
future :

7

Input and Output

Input devices, Output
devices,

What is input?, Keyboard entry,
types of keyboards, Pointing
devices, Mouse, Types of Mouse,




M
S
-
CIT

Curriculum for Theory Topics

Sr
.

No

Chapter Name

Topics

Concepts

Joystick, Touch screen, light pen,
Styles, Scanning Devices, Optical
scanners, Bar code scanners,
Character and Mark recognition
devices, Image capturing devices,
What is output?, Monitors,
Features of Monitors, types of
monitors, CRT monitors, Flat panel
monitors, other monitors, e
-
books,
data projectors, HDTV, Printers,
Features of printers, types of
printers, Inkjet printer, Laser
printer, thermal printer, other

8

Secondary Storage

Storage, Hard disks, Hard
disks, Optical disk,

storage type, Floppy disks,
traditional floppy disk High
capacity disks, Hard disk, Internal
hard disk, Hard disk cartridges,
hard disk packs, Hard disk
performance enhancement,
Optical disks, Compact disc, Digital
versatile disc, Solid state storage,
Inte
rnet hard drives, magnetic
tape, mass storage devices, Making
IT work for you : Music from the
internet, A look to the future :
Blue

Ray Techno

9

Communications and
networks

Communication,
Communication channels,
Connection Device,
Bandwidth, Networks,
Network Architecture,
Strategies, Organization
internets

Connectivity, The Connectivity,
The wireless revolution,
Communication systems,
Communication Channels, Physical
connections, wireless connections,
Infrared, Broadcast radio,
Microwave, Satellite, GP
S,
Connection Devices, Modem,
Connection service, types of
connections, Data Transmission,
Bandwidth and its categories,
Protocols, Networks, Specialized
terms in computer network,
Network types, LAN, MAN, WAN,
Home Network, Network
Architecture, topology
, star
topology, ring topology, bus
topology, hybrid network,
network strategies, terminal
network system, Client server
network systems, Peer to peer
network systems, Organizational
internets : Intranets and Extranets








2.2

Practical Skills


MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills

1

All About Computers

Introduction to Computers,

Getting Started With
Computers,

The Keyboard

What is a Computer?

Generations of Computers

Types of Computer Systems

Components of a Computer

System

Hardware

Software

Memory

Starting Up

Logging In

Graphical User Interface

What is a Mouse

Using a Mouse

Types of Mice

Other Pointing Devices

What is a Keyboard

Complex Script keyboard layouts

Entering Data

Keyboard Shortcuts

How the Keyboard works

2

Windows 7

Windows
7

Basic Skills

Organizing Your Work

Using Applications


Turning on the computer

Using the mouse

E
7
loring the Desktop

Using Windows
7

Working with Windows

Using Help

Working with Multiple Windows

Using My Computer

Shutting down Windows
7

Working with Folders

Working with files

Using Notepad

Using Shortcuts

Using WordPad

Creating a graphic using Paint

Copying between Applications

Previewing, Printing and Saving
documents

Cleaning up the desktop



Windows Vista

Windows Basics


Organizing
Your Work


Using Applications

What is an Operating System ?


Microsoft Windows


Other Operating Systems


Introduction to Windows Vista


Using Windows Vista


Date and Time Settings


Working with Windows


U
sing Help


Working with Multiple Windows


Shutting down Windows Vista


Files and Folders


Using Computer





MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills


Working with Folders


Working with Files


Using Shortcuts


Using Notepad


U
sing WordPad


Creating a graphic using Paint


Copying between Applications


Previewing, Printing and Saving
D
ocuments


Cleaning up the desktop


Using Calculator

3

Word Processing


Overview of Word
Processing

Creating and Editing a
Document

Revising and Refining a
Document

Creating Reports and
Tables

Changing the Display of the
Document

Using Mail Merge

Using
Standard Templates

Overview of Word
Processing

Creating and Editing a
Document

Revising and Refining
Document

Creating Reports and
Tables

Changing the Display of the
Document

Using Mail Merge

Using Standard Templates

What is Word Processing?

Introduction t
o Microsoft Word

Creating New Documents

Entering Text

Moving through Text

Auto Correct

Saving, Closing and Opening files

Navigating a Document

Editing a Document

Formatting a Document

Working with graphics

Previewing and Printing a
Document

Revising a
Document

Moving and Copying Selections

Working with Multiple Documents

Controlling Document Paging

Finding and Replacing text

Inserting the Current Date

Modifying Page Layout

Paragraph Formatting in detail

Character Formatting in detail

Creating Lists

Usin
g Hyperlinks

Adding an AutoText entry

Using AutoShapes

Editing while previewing

Inserting Objects

Creating and Modifying an Outline

Saving to a new folder

Hiding Spelling and Grammar
errors

Formatting Documents
automatically

Creating a Table of Contents

Fo
rmatting a Document Section

Footnoting a document section

Footnoting a document

Adding Bookmarks

Formatting picture layout

Referencing figures

Creating a Simple Table

Sorting a List





MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills

Creating Headers and Footers

Checking the document

Updating the Table of
Contents

Printing Selected Pages

Creating Newsletter Style Columns

Using Word Art

Inserting Symbols

Adding a Drop Cap

Using Mail Merge

Printing Mailing Labels

Preparing and Printing envelopes

Merging for sending emails using
Outlook

Using a Template from W
ord

Selecting the Template type

Adding details and saving as .doc
file

What is Word Processing

Introduction to OpenOffice.org
Writer

Creating New Documents

Entering Text

Moving through Text

Auto Correct

Saving, Closing and Opening files

Navigating a Docume
nt

Editing a Document

Formatting a Document

Working with graphics

Previewing and Printing a
Document

Revising a Document

Moving and Copying Selections

Working with Multiple Documents

Controlling Document Paging

Finding and Replacing text

Inserting the
Current Date

Modifying Page Layout

Paragraph Formatting in detail

Character Formatting in detail

Creating Lists

Using Hyperlinks

Adding an AutoText entry

Using AutoShapes

Creating and Modifying an Outline

Saving to a new folder

Hiding Spelling and Grammar
errors

Formatting Documents
automatically

Creating a Table of Contents

Formatting a Document Section

Footnoting a document section

Footnoting a document

Adding Bookmarks





MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills

Formatting picture layout

Referencing figures

Creating a Simple Table

Creating Headers

and Footers

Checking the document

Updating the Table of Contents

Printing Selected Pages

Creating Newsletter Style Columns

Inserting Symbols

Adding Drop Caps

Using Mail Merge

Preview the Merged Letter

Printing Mailing Labels

Preparing and Printing envelop
es

Using a Template from Word

Selecting the Template type

Adding details and saving as .doc
file

Language setting in Windows
7

Using Marathi language in Word or
Writer


4

Spreadsheet

Overview

Creating and Editing

Using Charts

Using Charts

Managing a
workbook

Overview of Spreadsheets

Creating and Editing a
Worksheet

Using Charts

Managing a workbook


Brief Introduction

Features of Microsoft Excel 2003

Parts of a worksheet

Navigating the Excel worksheet

Creating a new workbook

Entering and editing data

Changing Column Width

Saving , closing and opening a
workbook

Moving cells

Centering and Merging cells

Using formulae

Duplicating cell contents

Using functions

Formatting the worksheet

Working with Graphics

Entering the date

Previewing and printing

Learnin
g about charts

Creating a chart

Correcting errors

Working with sheets

Managing large sheets

Forecasting values

Customizing print settings

What is an electronic spreadsheet?

Introduction to OpenOffice.org
Calc

Creating a new spreadsheet

Entering and editing

data

Changing column widths

Merging and Splitting Cells

Saving, closing and opening




MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills

workbooks

Duplicating cell contents

Working with Formulae

Inserting Rows and Columns

Formatting the Worksheet

Working with Graphics

Entering the Date

Previewing and Printi
ng a
Spreadsheet

Learning about Charts

Creating a single data series chart

Correcting worksheet errors

Working with sheets

Managing large sheets

Forecasting Values

Customizing Print Settings



Database

Overview

Creating a database

Modifying a table

Creating Forms

Queries and reports

Overview of Database
Management System

Creating a Database

Modifying a Table

Queries and Reports


Brief Introduction

Introduction to Access

Creating a new database

Creating a Table

Entering and editing data

Changing
column width

Preview and print a table

Close and open a table and
database

Customizing and inserting fields

Finding and replacing data

Sorting records

Using form wizard

Adding records in a form

Using queries

Creating reports

Modifying report design

Printin
g a report

Creating report from query

What is a database?

Introduction to DBMS

Creating a new database

Creating a table

Entering and editing table data

Changing column width

Close, open a table and database

Inserting fields

Sorting records

Using queries

Using Reports


5

Internet

Internet Basics

Navigating the Web

Finding Information on the
Web

Communication Using E
-
Mail

Internet Basics

What is
Internet?

What is WWW?

Information Flow over the
Internet

How do we connect?

Browsers

Using URL's





MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills

Navigating the Web

Finding Information on the
Web

Finding Information on the
Web

Communication Using E
-
Mail


Creating and using favorites

Using forms

Print and save web pages

Using search services

Google

Using Web e
-
mail Services

Using news groups

Using messengers fo
r instant
messaging

What is Internet?

What is WWW?

Information Flow over the
Internet

How do we connect?

Browsers

Using URLs

Creating and using favorites

Using forms

Print and save web pages

Using search services

Google

Using Web e
-
mail Services

Using news

groups


6

Presentation Graphics

Overview of Presentation
Graphics

Creating a Presentation

Modifying and Refining
Presentation

Using Advanced
Presentation Features

Overview of Presentation
Graphics

Creating a Presentation

Modifying and Refining a
Presentation

Using Advanced
Presentation Features


Introduction to Presentation
Graphics

Using the AutoContent Wizard

View and edit a presentation

Save and open a presentation

Check spellings

Delete, Move, and Insert slides

Size and move placeholders

Run a

slide show

Change Fonts and Formatting

Inserting clips and clip art

Preview And Print A Presentation

Find and Replace Text

Create and Enhance a Table

Modify graphics objects and create
a text box

Changing the Presentation Design
and Color Scheme

Change
slide and title masters

Hide the Slide Footer

Duplicate and hide slides

Create and Enhance AutoShapes

Adding animation, sound,
transition and
effects

Control and annotate a slide show

Create speaker notes

Check style consistency

Document a file

Print scale
d and framed handouts

Creating a new presentation from
existing slides





MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills

Delivering Presentations

Adding Action Buttons

Introduction to Presentation
Graphics

Using the AutoContent Wizard

View and edit a presentation

Save and open a presentation

Check spellin
gs

Delete, Move, and Insert slides

Size and move place holders

Run a slide show

Change Fonts and Formatting

Inserting clips and clip art

Preview And Print A Presentation

Find and Replace Text

Create and Enhance a Table

Modify graphics objects and create
a
text box

Changing the Presentation Design
and Color Scheme

Change slide and title masters

Hide the Slide Footer

Duplicate and hide slides

Create and Enhance AutoShapes

Adding animation, sound,
transition & build effect

Control and annotate a slide show

Create speaker notes

Check style consistency

Document a file

Print scaled and framed handouts

Creating a new presentation from
existing slides

Delivering Presentations


7

Personal Information
Manager

Getting started

Using the Address Book

Overview of
Personal
Information Managers

Getting Started with Mozilla
Calendar

Using the Address Book


Introduction to Microsoft Calendar

Using Calendar

Creating an Appointment

Creating a recurring appointment

Creating an event

Changing the calendar view

Creating a
task list

Categorizing tasks

Sorting tasks

Using a task timeline

Updating the task status

Printing tasks and calendar items

Creating Notes

What is an Address Book in
Outlook

Adding Contacts

Removing Contacts

Importing & E
7
orting Contacts

Searching Address
Books

Creating and editing mailing lists





MS
-
CIT

Curriculum for Practical Skills

Sr No

Chapter Name

Topic

Skills

What is a Personal Information
Manager?

Introduction to the Mozilla
Calendar

Using a Calendar

Creating an Event/ Appointment

Creating a Recurring Appointment

Changing the Calendar View

Creating a Task List

Categoriz
ing Tasks

Sorting Tasks

Using a Task Timeline

Updating the Task List

Printing Tasks and Appointments

Introduction to the Mozilla
Address Book

Entering Contacts

Creating Notes

Importing and E
7
orting Contacts

Deleting Contacts

Searching Address Book and
Directories

Creating and Editing a Mailing List


9

Making IT Work for You

CD Writing

Virus Protection

Listening to Music

TV Tuner Card

PC to Mobile
-

Sending SMS

Active Desktop


What is CD Writing

Burning a CD using Windows
7

Erasing a CD

Other CD Burning
Software

What is a Computer Virus?

Virus Protection

System Requirements

Downloading Music

Prevent Online Piracy

Listening to Music Online

What is a TV Tuner Card?

What is SMS?

What is an Active Desktop?

Enabling the Active Desktop

Adding a New Active Deskt
op Item




3

eContent for Practice and Training.


The Learning Facilitators would be provided
with personalized Logins to access MKCL’s ERA :
eLearning evolution For All Framework to offer excellent study material in the form of
interactive multimedia eContent
with rich voice over in English containing both inform and
perform types of content

and rich presentation
with focus on integral
skills
.


Practice Tests





Practice tests would be provided in the
candidate’s

login to have Mock Test on the examination
pattern and also to have hands on e
7
erience on the Test pattern.

4

Medium of Learning


The
content will be provided in English language.



5

Examination & Evaluation


On the scheduled date and time of examination the Learning Facilitators would be required to
visit the exam center as allocated to them


Login details to access the examination will

be given on the admit card as provided to the
candidates few days before the examination.


The candidate has to give timed

examination based on the same pattern as given in the mock
test

The examination will focus on multiple integral skills, the
candidate has to perform the
assignment, the marks will be awarded for every correct step and marks will be deducted for
every incorrect step.


The overall marks obtained at the end of the examination will be displayed.


6

Examination and Evaluation Patter
n for OnCeT 2011




Final Exam Details


o

Exam Syllabus


1.

Pract
ical Questions on MS
-
Office Word, Excel and
PowerPoint 2010


o

Exam Type


1.

Simulation based:
-





The questions are simulated in the flash with in
-
build
interactivity.



User has to follow the steps
required to accomplish the
task mentioned in the question.



User will get 3 attempts (3 Clicks) for every sub step
(click) to accomplish the task.



If the task, Sub Task is not accomplished in given 3
attempts then Hint will be provided and 90% Marks
for the

Question will get deducted.







Please refer the Sample Question in your online ERA
Login and OnCeT 2011

Practical Exam Guidelines

document for more details.



o

Exam duration will be of 30 Minutes

o

Mark
ing Scheme

shall be declared 5 days prior to exam event