Suvasam - Creating Knowledge & Values


Information Technology

Home -- Services -- Career Guidence -- After 12th -- Diploma Courses
Details of the Course
1. Course  Title Diploma course in Information Technology
2. Entry Qualification 10th /12th
3. Course Duration    Three years -10th  / Two years – 12th
4. Course structure Semester system
5. Course details design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems particularly software applications and computer hardware



  • Application Software Operation and Development, E-Commerce, Web Page Designing and Maintenance of Website, Database Applications, Database Maintenance, MIS implementation, Multimedia Applications
  • Network Administration
  • Computer Laboratories
  • Entrepreneurship/Self employment

 Main subjects in diploma curriculam

  • Basics of   Information Technology
  • Introduction to Computers
  • Computer  Architecture
  • Introduction to Operating Systems
  • Windows and Linux Operating SystemDesk Top Publishing (DTP)
  • Programming in C
  • Visual  Basic
  • Multimedia Applications
  • Computer Graphics
  • Data Communications
  • Basic Electrical Engineering
  • Basic Electronics
  • Relational Database Management System (RDBMS)
  • Oracle and SQL
  • Data Structures Using C
  • Web Designing
  • Computer Networks
  • Java Programming
  • Applications of E-Commerce
  • Internet Programming 

Higher Study

  • Degree (B.Sc (IT), M.Sc (IT), MCA)
  • Certain Universities admit diploma students in to 2nd year degree course

Employment Opportunities

  •  IT services (Service based industry such as Banking, Finance, Insurance, Railways,  Air Force, Call Centres etc.),
  •  IT products (Product based industry) Consultancy companies and programming jobs.
  • Self Employment:  Data entry centres, preparation of application software, marketing of software, DTP and reprographic services, web page designing, instructional materials preparation, competency based training material preparation, making CDs


Related Links

please login to Share Your Thoughts