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DOEACC- Overview

DOEACC Introduction'O' level course of DOEACC Scheme is equivalent to a Foundation Level Course in Computer Applications. Students can acquire this qualification by undergoing this course and passing the examination conducted by the DOEACC Society. Working professionals can also appear in this examination directly, provided they possess the requisite educational qualification as indicated below. ... Read More

DOEACC- Government Recognition

Under the Central Government w.e.f 1st March 1995 vide their notification No: F 18-23/92-TD.V/TS-IV dated 1st March 1995. In view of the above notification the passed out candidates with 'O' level qualification from the DOEACC Society will henceforth be the eligible for registration in employment exchanges for job assistance. ... Read More

DOEACC - Summary

The Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India has recognized 'O' level examination conducted by the Computer Society of India (CSI) under the Department of Electronics Accreditation of Computer Courses(DOEACC) Scheme as equivalent to Foundation Level course for the purpose of employment to posts and services under the Central Government w.e.f 1st March 1995 vide their notification No: F 18-23/92-TD.V/TS-IV dated 1st March 1995. ... Read More

Courses & Syllabus

Courses & Syllabus-The syllabus for 'O' level has been diversified. - three compulsory module and, - one elective modules. In the diversified syllabus, new subjects have been added as electives and certain amendments have been made to the syllabus on some of the subjects.The syllabus for 'O' level can be obtained. ... Read More

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Don't Get Caught in the Urgency Trap

  It seems the world is moving faster and faster these days. You constantly have information streaming to you from people in the office, meetings, email, voice messages, texts. You're trying to keep on top of it all and it can sometimes feel practically impossible. So what do you do? Begin by determining what's really important to get done. Separate what's important from what's just urgent.  Don't Get Caught in the "Urgency Trap". The problem with all the technological resources we have for communication is that they are making everything seem urgent. It can be very tempting to get caught up ... Read More