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International Professional Certificate in Computer Graphics & Designing

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International Professional Certificate in Computer Graphics & Designing

PROGRAMME OBJECTIVE: The importance of D.T.P. and Printing is fast increasing in today’s commercial world. It has wide usage and applications. The rage of products vary from – newspapers, books, labels, business cards, stationary, inserts, catalogs, pamphlets, advertisements, carton and foil printing etc.



The related activities associated with D.T.P. are data imaging, books binding, plate making, pre-press services etc. Firms are finding it time saving and economical to print their own news-letters and reports. Hence on completion of this course there is a wide scope of wage and self-employment. The curriculum includes the required computer education and on job training to the students.

The student will review the basics of desktop publishing.The student will review and become productive in the use of Adobe PageMaker.The student will become proficient in the use of all available software and hardware in the desktop laboratory.The student will be introduced to and able to use basic presentation software.The student will be acquainted with the desktop publishing operations in the local community.The student will be encouraged to be creative in the use of design, development and preparation of published materials.

Duration : 3 Months

Basics of Computers 
Printing/Publishing Technology
D.T.P for Publications 
Page Layout
Introductions To Page Maker
Use of D.T.P in
Books & Managements 
News paper
Table Editor
Presentation Graphics: Ms Power Point
Basic Design: Development of aesthetic sensibility towards design
Calligraphy and Typography
Preparing Art, Copy, Text and Page Design
Adobe PhotoshopCS3
Adobe Illustrator Cs3
QuarkXPress 7.0

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