Swabi College of Information Technology

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Office Automation & Internet

Course Description:

This course provides an overview of microcomputer applications including a brief introduction to computer concepts, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office , Microsoft Word , Excel , PowerPoint , Access, Microsoft Micro-Type (Speed and accuracy testing program), and a basic overview of current business and information systems and trends and to introduce students to the basics and foundations required for today's business environments.

 

Classroom Goals:

1.         Students will have a basic overview of current business and information systems and trends, and will be introduced to the foundations required for today’s business environments.

2.         Students will be introduced to the Micro-Type (speed and accuracy testing program), and will master typing skills.

3.         Students will be able to effectively use Microsoft Office programs including Microsoft Office Word , Microsoft Office Excel , and Microsoft Office PowerPoint.

4.         Students will be introduced to organizational strategies, note-taking, and management skills. Students will create a binder to manage, classify, and systemize assignments, tests, quizzes, and notes. This will enable them to effectively study and store materials for quick and easy access.

AutoCAD

AutoCAD is a powerful CAD (Computer Aided Design or Computer Aided Drafting) software application for 2D and 3D design and drafting. It is developed and sold by Autodesk, Inc. First released in December 1982, AutoCAD was one of the first CAD programs to run on personal computers, notably the IBM PC.

 

Early releases of AutoCAD used primitive entities — lines, poly-lines, circles, arcs, and text — to construct more complex objects. Since the mid-1990s, AutoCAD has supported custom objects through its C++ Application Programming Interface (API). Modern AutoCAD includes a full set of basic solid modeling and 3D tools. With the release of AutoCAD 2007 came improved 3D modeling, which meant better navigation when working in 3D. Moreover, it became easier to edit 3D models. The mental ray engine was included in rendering; it was now possible to do quality renderings. AutoCAD 2010 introduced parametric functionality and mesh modeling.

·         AutoCAD basics

·         AutoCAD 2D

·         AutoCAD 3D

 

Web Design & Development

Course Overview

MySQL™ and PHP are two of the most popular open source technologies to emerge during the past decade. PHP is a powerful language for writing server-side Web applications. MySQL is the world's most popular open source database. Together, these two technologies provide you with a powerful platform for building database-driven Web applications.

PHP Training Prerequisites

All MySQL and PHP training attendees must be fluent in HTML. The course can be customized to any level of programming and relational database familiarity.

PHP Training Objectives

·         To teach attendees the PHP programming skills they need to successfully build interactive, data-driven sites

·         To teach students enough MySQL database skills to build the databases that will power their sites

PHP Training Outline

§  PHP Basics

§  Variables

§  Constants

§  PHP Operators

§  Flow Control

§  Arrays

§  PHP and HTML Forms

§  String Manipulation

§  Reusing Code and Writing Functions

§  Simple SELECTs

§  Subqueries, Joins and Unions

§  Inserting, Updating and Deleting Records

§  Managing Data

§  PEAR:DB

§  Authentication with PHP and SQL

§  Regular Expressions

§  Session Control and Cookies

§  Sending Email with PHP

§  File System Management

Visual Basic .Net

Course Overview

Microsoft Visual Basic .NET is a programming environment used to create graphical user interface (GUI) applications for the Microsoft Windows family of operating systems. It usually ships in two types, either by itself or as part of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. To use the lessons on this site, you must have installed either Microsoft Visual Basic .NET 2003 or Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003. All instructions on this site will be based on an installation of Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. From now on, unless specified otherwise, we will use the expressions "Microsoft Visual Basic" or "Visual Basic" to refer to Microsoft Visual Basic .NET 2003. If we want to refer to another version, we will state it.

 

After installing Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003, to use the programming environment, you must first open it. To do that, you would click Start -> (All) Programs -> Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003 -> Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003.

Microsoft Visual Basic .Net 2005/2008 Course Outlines

1.       Introduction to the Visual Studio .Net IDE

2.       Introduction to Visual Basic .Net Programming

3.       Control Structure: Part I

4.       Control Structures: Part II

5.       Procedures

6.       Arrays

7.       Object-Based Programming

8.       Object-Oriented Programming: Inheritance

9.       Object-Oriented Programming: Polymorphism

10.    Exception Handling

11.    Graphical User Interface Concepts: Part I

12.    Graphical User Interface Concepts: Part 2

13.    Multithreading

14.    Graphics  and Multimedia

15.    Files and Streams

16.    Database, SQL and ADO .Net