DIT Course Content 2011

Sr. No
Theory Hours
Practical Hours
Theory Marks
Practical Marks
Total Marks
Information & Communication Technology  ( ICT ) 

Office Automation,
(World / Excel /Power Point )

Computer Network  

Operating System

Computer Programs C/C + + 

                                                                                             Total                     120           280             300            400             700


S No
Theory Hours
Practical Hours
Introduction to Data base 

MS Access

E- Commerce & Web Technology.

Graphic Design


Project .


                                                                                          Total                      240           280             350           350             700

 Part-1/ First Semester                                                               Diploma in information Technology

Information & Communication Technology (ICT)      

(PAPER- 1)
Total Th Hrs    40                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     40
Total Th Mks  100                                                                        Total Pr. Mks   50


This course provides an overview of computing and computer science, including such topics as the history of computers, computer application, and basic understanding of various hardware components. Hands-on experience in installation and configuration is included. Students learn how software interacts with and controls the computer’s hardware elements. Analytical logic and troubleshooting skills are emphasized. Basic networking concepts are introduced.
Course Contents.
1. Introduction to information technology
(Information Technology, Data types of data, information, History of computing
Introduction to computer hardware and trouble shooting concepts
2. Introduction to computer
Introduction to the personal Computer, safe Lab procedures and Tool Use, Computer Assemble  Step-by-Step, Basics  of preventive Maintenance and Troubleshooting. Fundamental Operating System, Fundamental Laptops and portable Devices, Fundamental printers and Scanners.
   Storage Devices
Main / primary memory (RAM, ROM)
Secondary / Auxiliary Storage Devices
(Hard Disk, CD-ROM, Magnetic tape, Magnetic drum), USB
Introduction of Microprocessor, Basic Architecture of microprocessor, and Introduction of different technologies of microprocessors
3. Software design and algorithm:
Software, System Software, Application Software, Flow Charts, concepts of programming languages & their types, compiler, Interpreter, Assemble
4. Productive Enhancement Software Packages
            Introduction of Word Processors, Spread Sheets, Database
            Introduction of Number System and their inter conversion
            Impact of computers and internet on society (uses and misuses) Computer Codes
            (BCD, EBCDIC, ASCII, and Unicode)

Speculation on future computers and their uses, Al Neural network, Expert System, virus, Antivirus.

5.  Fundamental Networks
            Networks and its types, networks media, Topologies, network Devices
1.                  Introduction to computer By Peter Norton,
2.                  Introduction to computer By John R,. Roos, Glencoe. 
3.                  DIT-1 by Mohammad Khalid.
4.                  Introduction to I.T by Imran Syed.


Part-1/ First Semester                                                               Diploma in information Technology

                                    (Version 2007 and onward)

Total Th Hrs    40                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     80
Total Th Mks  50                                                                          Total Pr. Mks   100


Ms-Word, Word processing, Manual and electronic Word processing

1.         Screen Layouts
                        Customization of Toolbars
                        Title Bar, Status Bar, Scroll
                        Bars  and Rulers.

2.                  Working with files

                        Create, Open, Save, Rename and Close a document
                        Working on  Multiple Documents.
                        Cut, Copy, Paste, Special Undo and Redo Operations
                        Find Replace and go to Commands
                        Text, Paragraph and Page Formatting
                        Header and Footer
                        Date and Time
                        Bullets and Numbering
                        Columns and Drop Caps
                        Tabs and Margins
                        Comments and Foot Notes
                        Insert a picture and its Formatting
                        Use of Spelling and Grammar Check , Auto Correct Synonyms Theasurus.
                        Page Break Section Break and Background Printing
                        Table of contents Glossary,
                        Hyperlink and Bookmark
                        Insert a Table, Add and
                        Delete Columns Rows and
                        Merge and Split Cells
                        Formula Implementations

3.                  Document Printing

                        Selection of a printer
                        Printing Setting
                        Print Preview
                        Print and Page Setup
                        Shortcut Keys


                        Basic Terminology of Ms- Excel
                        Creating Opening Renaming Saving and Closing Workbook/ Spread Sheet
Editing Functions: Undo, Redo. Fill, Auto Fill, Delete, Cut, Copy, Paste, Clear, Find and Replace
Inserting: Header & Footer Cells Rows / Columns and Worksheet
Working with Formulas: Entering Formula with the help of Formula Bar Entering Formula.
Directly into the cells, sue of Arithmetic and Logical Formulas.
Use of Built- in functions Time and Date Concatenation, Sum if, Nested Max, Min.
Average, Count, Now, Month, Day, Year Upper , Lower, Left & Right.
Tools and Date: Spell Check, Auto Correction, Workbook protection Data Sorting and filtering
Formatting Cells and Text, Borders and Shading, Positioning Cells and Text, Auto Format,
Categories, of numbers, Cell / Range Referencing, Alignment, Date & Time Working With Charts, Creating Editing and Formatting of various types of Charts
Printing: Selecting Printer, Print selected areas page selection
- Sorter View.


1. Define Power Point

                        Power point presentation environment
                        View icon of Power Point
                        Start Power Point, Open a Presentation
3. Creating a new presentation using
                        MS- Power point by
                        Creating By Design Template
                        Creating By Blank Presentation
                        What is slide?
4. Choose an Auto Layout, Using Auto Layout
5. Editing and Formatting a Text Box
6. Choose a Common Text Tool in the
     Formatting Tool Bar
7. Apply design Template
8. Set Background & Layout of Slides
9. Adding Pictures and Graphics in a slide
10. Apply Custom Animation
      Apply present animation
11. Apply Action Setting
12. Adding Sound to an Animation
13. Add Sound and Music effects
      to the presentation
14. Set view Options
  • Normal View
  • Outline View
  • Slide View
  • Sorter View
  • Notes Page View
  • Slide Show
  • Slides Show Off
  • Important Short cut keys

Reference books / Helping Material

  1. Business information technology-1 by Mohammad Khalid.
  2. Microsoft Office by Danoja & June Jamrich Parsons.


Part-1/ First Semester                                                               Diploma in information Technology

Computer Networking .     

Total Th Hrs    60                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     40
Total Th Mks   50                                                                        Total Pr. Mks    100


  • Understanding the basic concept of computer networks.
  • Understanding the different types of computer networks.
  • Understanding the different types of communication.
  • Configuring different network devices.
  • Creating different network scenarios in a network simulator (packet tracer)

PART-1 Basic Terminologies

Definition and History of Computer Networks.
Local Area Network (LAN)
Metropolitan Area Network (MAN)
Wide Area Network (WAN)
Basic Network Terminologies.
·        Data
·        Data rate
·        Baud rate
·        Peak data rate.
·        Bursty data.

Peer-to-peer Network Vs Server basic Network
Networking Topologies
  • Mesh, Bus, Star, Ring, Hybrid

Networking Devices

  • Node
  • NIC
  • Modem
  • Access point
  • Hub ( active Hub, Passive Hub)
  • Bridge
  • Switch
  • Router
Transmission media

  • Wired media
    • Coaxial cable ( 10 Base2 10 Base 5 10Base T, 100Base X)
    • Twisted pair cable
  • Unshielded twisted- pair ( Cat1,Cat 2, Cat 3, Cat 4, Cat 5, Cat 6, )
  • Shielded twisted- pair
    • Fiber optic cable
  • Wireless media
    • Reasons for wireless network
    • Wireless communication with LANs

Types of Connectors

  • RJ45
  • RJ11
  • BNC
What is OSI Model?
·        Application Layer
·        Presentation Layer
·        Session Layer
·        Transport Layer
·        Network Layer
·        Data Link Layer
·        Physical Layer
IP Addresses

  • IPv4
    • Class A, Class B, Class C, Class D, and Class E, IP addresses
    • Introduction to IPv6
Routed protocols and Routing Protocols (Deification, Similarity, Differences and examples)

Practical Portion

Installing and Configuring Modem
DSL Configuration
Creating Straight Through cable
Creating Cross Cable
Creating Rollover Cable
Basic Commands for Troubleshooting
  • Ping, ipconfig / all, ipconfig / renew, ipconfig / release, trace route,

Case Study:

Installing network simulator (packet Tracer)
Creating simple network scenarios
Configuring PC’s with IP addresses subnet mask and gateway
Configuring switches by giving name to switches and management IP addresses
Connection PCs to switch and then ping each other` that they are working properly.

Reference Books / Helping Material

  1. DIT –I by Mohammad Khalid
  2. Networking Essential By Andrew Tanenbaum.  
    Part-1/ First Semester                                                               Diploma in information Technology


Total Th Hrs    40                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     80
Total Th Mks   50                                                                         Total Pr. Mks   100


·        Understanding Desktop Operating System and Server Operating System.
·        Understanding the role of Operating System in computing environment.
·        Hands on practice on Windows 7, Windows 2008 Server and Linux.
·        Networking Features in Operating System.

What is an Operating System and its role in the Computing environment?
Major parts of Operating System.
Classification of Operating System.
  • Desktop Vs Server base Operating System.
Windows 7

  • Installing Windows 7
  • Configure disks, Partitions, volumes, and device drivers.
  • Configure file access and printers on a Windows 7 client computer.
  • Configure network connectivity on a windows 7 client computer.
  • Configure wireless network connectivity on a windows 7 client computer.               ( Bluetooth, Wi Fi)
  • Secure Windows 7 client desktop computers.
  • Optimize and maintain the performance and reliability of a windows 7 client. computer
  • Remote access setting for a windows 7 client computer.
Windows Server
  • Installing Windows Server 2008

Introduction to Administrative Tasks in Windows Server 2008 Environment
  • Managing Server Roles and Features.
  • Overview of Action Directory.
  • Using Windows Server 2008 Administrative Tools.

Creating Action Directory Domain Services User Computer Objects
  • Managing User Accounts.
  • Creating Computer Accounts. 

Creating Groups and Organizational Units
  • Introduction to Groups .
  • Managing Groups .
  • Creating Organizational Units.

Creating and Configuring Groups Policy

  • Overview of Groups Policy.
  • Configuring the Scope of Groups policy Objects.
  • Managing Groups policy Objects.
  • Delegating Administrative Control of Group Policy.
  • Configuring Group policy setting.
  • Configuring Security Policies.
  • Configuring an Audit Policy.


·        Installing and Configuring the DNS Server Role.
·        Managing and Troubleshooting DNS.

Managing Windows Server 2008 Backup and Restore
  • Backups with windows Server 2008.
  • Planning Backups Policy on Windows Server 2008.
  • Planning a Server Restore Policy.


Installing Linux ( Red Hat  ).
File System Management.
Creating user accounts
Installing application software’s in Linux.
Configuring device drivers.
Executing basic commands in Terminal . 

Reference Books / Helping Material
1.      DIT-I by Mohammad Khalid.
2.      Operating System concept by William stalling.
3.      Operating System by Andrew S.Tanenbaum.


Part-1/ First Semester                                                               Diploma in information Technology

Computer Programming C / C + +      

(PAPER- 1)
Total Th Hrs    40                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     40
Total Th Mks  50                                                                           Total Pr. Mks   50


                        Hundreds of computer languages are in use today, C/C ++ is one of them. It is one of the most powerful, general purpose high level programming language. It is a versatile language. This language can be sued for almost any programming task. The purpose of including this subject in DIT course is to enable the students to develop application programs in various fields such as business, education, accounting, database management etc.

Chapter No. 1             WHAT IS C / C + + ?

            The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the C/C ++ language, its advantages and its brief history.

  • What is C?
  • Advantages of C language.
  • C’ s Weaknesses
  • History of C.
  • Difference between C & C ++

Chapter No.2                          BASIC LELMENTS OF C/C ++ PROGRAM

The purpose of this chapter is to equip the students with different elements of
C/C ++ that are required to write a complete C/C ++ program.

o       C/C ++ Character Set.
o       C/C ++ Reserved Words.
o       User- defined Words.
o       Variables

-                     Naming Variables
-                     Variable Types
  • Constants.
-                     Numeric Constants
        • Integer Constants
        • Floating Point Constants.
        • Exponential Real Constants.
-                     Non-Numeric Constants.
·        Character Constants
·        String Constants
*          C/C + + Operators.
*          C/C + + Expressions
*          C/C + + Statements.
Chapter No.3                          STRUCTURE OF C/C + + PROGRAM
                        C/C + + statement are usually composed of keywords, which are used in conjunction with the basic element of the language like constants, variables and expression. The purpose of this chapter is to discuss the structure of a C/C ++ program as well as those statements, which appear in almost every C/C++ program.

*            Structure of C/C ++ program
*          C/C ++ comments.
*          C/C++ libraries
*          C/C ++ Data types.
*          The size of operator
*            Declaring Variables & Constants.
*            Assignment & Multiple Assignment operator.
*          How to assign String data?
*          Priority of Operations
*          Types Casting Operator.
*             Increment (++) & Decrement (--) operators.
*            Compound assignment operators  
Chapter No. 4                     OUTPUT STATEMENS.
                        There are several C/C++ functions to indicate different types of actions to be performed during executions. Output functions are one of them. This chapter will discuss those functions, which appear in almost every C/C ++ program.

*          The printf ( ) function.
*          The clrser ( ) function.
*          The cout, output stream.
*          The putch ( ) & putchar ( ) Character output Function.
*          The puts ( ) String output Function.

Chapter No. 5                                  INPUT STATEMENTS.
            Data may be accepted for variables at the time of program’s execution. For this purpose, different input statements are used, which will be discussed in this chapter
*          The scanf ( ) function
*          The gets ( ) function.
*          The getchar  ( ), getch ( ) , and getch ( ) functions.
*          Input using cin

Chapter No. 6              MAKING DECISIONS.
                        In this chapter, students will learn how to make decisions in C/C++. They learn how to code the program, so that the computer tests a condition and selects one of two alternative actions depending on whether the condition is true or false.
*            Transfer of Control Process.
*          The if, if- else and nested if statements.
*            Relational operators.
*             Conditional Operators.
*            Multiple Choice statements (switch / case / break / default).
Chapter No.7                                      looping
                        The counter & looping are two main features of computer programming. After this chapter, students will be able to know, how to construct or design a program with looping structure.
*            Counters.
                        -            Standard Counter.
                        -            Accumulator Counter.
                        -            Multiplicative Counter.
*            Looping in C/C ++
*          The for nested- for statement
*          The while loop.
*          The do while loop.
*          The break, continue and exit ( ) statements.
*            Preprocessor Directive.
Chapter No. 8             STANDARD LIBRARY FUNCTION
                        Library functions make programming much simpler in many situations and save the programming effort. This chapter equip the student with the most important the most widely used library functions.
  • Trigonometric Functions
            Sin ( ) , cos ( ) , tan ( ) etc.   
  • Arithmetic Functions.
Abs ( ), sqrt ( ), log ( ), exp ( ), ceill ( ) . floor ( ) pow ( ) pow 10 ( ), random( ) , rand ( ), etc.
  • String Functions.
          Strlen ( ) strlwr ( ), strupr ( ) ,strrev ( ), strncpy ( ), strecat ( ),   strncat   ( ), etc.
Reference Books / Helping Material
  1. C and C++ by Tariq Siddiqui.
  2. C / C++ by Mohammad Khalid.
  3. Let us C / C++ by Yashvant Kenetkar


Part-I1/ 2nd Term Semester                                                  Diploma in information Technology

Introduction to Data base

Total Th Hrs   80                                                                            Total Pr Hrs       40
Total Th Mks 100                                                                         Total Pr. Mks      50


1.                  Introduction to Data base
(a)   Introduction
(i)                  Data
(ii)                Information
(iii)               Meta Data
(iv)              Definition of Data Base
(v)                Advantages of Data Base

(b)   Data base Model

(i)                  Hierarchal Model
(ii)                Network Model
(iii)               Relation Model

(C )                  Introduction to DBMS

  Function of DBMS

2.                  Entity Relationship Model
(a)   ERD

(i)                  Elements of ERD Model
(ii)                E-R Diagram

(b)   Relationships

   Degree of Relationship
(c )             Attributes

(i)                        Introduction to Attributes
(ii)                      Types of Attributes

(c)   Association

(i)                  1:1
(ii)                1:M
(iii)               M:M
3.                  Normalization
(a)   Anomalies
(b)   Function Dependency
(c)   First Normal Form
(d)   Second Normal Form
(e)   Third Normal Form

4.                  SQL ( Using MS SQL Server / Oracle/ My SQL)
(a)   DDL (Data Definition Language)

(i)                  CREATE Statement
(ii)                ALTER  Statement
(iii)               DROP Statement
(iv)              RENAME Statement
(v)                TRUNCATE Statement

(b)   DML ( Data Manipulation Language)

(i)                  INSERT Statement
(ii)                UPDATE Statement
(iii)               DELETE Statement

                 ( c)              DCL ( Data Control Language)
(i)                        COMMIT Statement
(ii)                      ROLLBACK Statement

(d)          Data retrieval
(iv)              SELECT Statement
(v)                WHERE Clause
(vi)              GROUP BY
(vii)             ORDER BY
(viii)           HAVIING Clause

(e)        Function Constraint

(ix)              Concept of Key
(x)                Primary Key, Secondary Key, Candidate Key, Alternate Key, Composite Key,
(xi)              NOT NULL Constraint
(xii)             UNIQUE Constraint
(xiii)           Primary Key Constraint
(xiv)           Foreign Key Constraint
(xv)            Check Constraint

(f)         Function
            (a)      Character Function

(i)                  UPPER
(ii)                LOWER
(iii)               INITCAP
(iv)              CONCAT
(v)                SUBSTR
(vi)              INSTR
(vii)             LENGTH
(viii)           LPAID
(ix)              RPAID
(x)                LTRIM
(xi)              RTRIM

                   (a)           Numeric Function
(xvi)           ROUND
(xvii)         TRUNC
(xviii)        MOD
(xix)           COALESCE

        (b)          Group Function

(xx)            Min
(xxi)           Max
(xxii)         AVG
(xxiii)        SUM
(xxiv)       COUNT

    (c )          Conversion Function

(xxv)         TO-CHAR
(xxvi)       TO-NUMBER
(xxvii)      TO-DATE
    (d)          Introduction Views and data dictionary

(xxviii)    Cerate simple / complex view
(xxix)       Importance of view in multi user environment.

      (e)     UNDERSTANDING/ Managing User Privileges and Roles

(i)       Introduction to Multi user environment
                  (ii)      Definition of Role and privileges
(xii)             CREATE USER
(xiii)           CREATE ROLE
(xiv)           DROP USER
(xvi)           Revoking User Privileges and Roles.

Reference Books / Helping Material

  1. Oracle DBA by Mohammad Khalid.
  2. Modern Data base System by Thomas Carolli.
  3. Data Base System By Raymond.
  4. Introduction to Data Base By Imran Syed


Part-I1/ 2nd Term Semester                                                  Diploma in information Technology

MS. Access         
(Version 2007 and onward)

Total Th Hrs    40                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     80
Total Th Mks  50                                                                          Total Pr. Mks   100

            What is data and Database?
1.1      Why use Electronic Database?
1.2      Tables and Relationships
1.3      One to One
1.4      One to Many
1.5      Many to many
1.3    Database Features
1.3.1        Attributes, Character Fielded
Record, Tuples Files
1.3.2        Key, Primary Key
Foreign Key, Composite Key
1.3.3        Referential Integrity
1.3.4        Use of Wild Cards

1.4    MS- Access (Database)
Ms-Access Use Access, Window
       Title Bar, Control Menu, Toolbar
       Status Bar
       Database Window
       Object button
       Data types
       Start Access
       Creating table, Table view
1.4.1        Create Table using in
Design View
Setting Primary Key, Saving table
Close, exit add, delete record filed
Resizing row column
Freezing Hiding Column, Finding Data
Repl data, Auto content, Spell checking
Create Tales using in Wizard
1.4.2        Create relationship between Tables

1.4.3        Create Queries, define query, use adv
Types of query
Creating simple query
Executing data
Join, Difference between relations and join
Extracting data
Use of query wizard

1.4.4        Create Forms, What is form
Types of form
Create form by wizard
Create form of Design View
Add new record through form
Edit record through form
Editing option
List Box, Combo Box
Adding list Box and Combo Box
Cheek Box and option button
Command Button
1.4.5        Create Reports
What is report?
Use of Report, Standard types report
Auto report
Saving and closing auto report
Create single table report
Create two table report
Create Report in design view
Print a report

1.4.6        Database Security
Reference Books / Helping Material.
  1. Business Information Technology –II by Mohammad Khalid.
  2. Modern Data Base System By Thomas Canolli


Part-1/ First Semester                                                               Diploma in information Technology

E-Commerce & Web Technology.     

Total Th Hrs    80                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     80
Total Th Mks  100                                                                        Total Pr. Mks   50


This course provides complete knowledge of E-commerce with an intensive survey of. Technologies used to support all aspects of electronic Commerce & E-business requirements. This course provides a complete training of Dream viewer tool that. Provides a platform to implement these practices and enables students to make a. complete website that will help the students to move in a marked confidently.

Course Contents:

  • Introduction to E-Commerce.                           

-                     The difference between e-commerce and e-business
-                     Unique features of e-commerce technology
-                     Types of e- commerce.
-                     Element of a business model
-                     Business- to consumer (B2C) business models
-                     Business-to- business (B2B) business models

  • Introduction to web Technologies

-                     Fundamental of internet and www concepts.
-                     Protocols (HTTP,FTP, IP,TCP,)
-                     Domain Names ( com, edu, org, net, mil, sip)


            Introduction to HTML
  • Introduction
  • A Text Editor
  • A Web Browser
Creating First HTML Document
Html Tag, Head Tag, Title tag, Body Tag, Heading Paragraph Tag, Line Break Tag, Horizontal Rule Tag, Font Size
Marking Stylish Pages
Bold Tag, italic Tag, Underline Tag, Typewriter Tag, Big Tag, Small Tag, Emphasis Tag, Citation Tag, Strong Tag, Lists Unordered List, Order List
Graphics in web page
            Image source Tag, Linking to local Files, to section of a page, Blink Tag, Marquee Tag,

Address Fasters and Email Link
Address Tag, Email Tag, Address and Email Link
Sniffing up text
            Font Color Font Face Superscripts Subscripts Center Tag, Tables
Mata Tags and Frames
 Mata Tag, Mate Refresh Tag, Meta Descriptor Tag, Frames Target Attribute No Frames Tag
Adding Forms to Web Pages Form Tag Menu Select, Text Input Element Password input. Element text Area Input Element Radio Buttons  Checks, Boxes Submit & Reset Button.
Introduction to DHTML
  • Introduction to java script, form Validation, Basic, Languages Structure.
  • Introduction to CSS 1 & CSS2.
  • Introduction to XHTML.

Dream Weaver
  1. Introduction.
  2. Creating Web Project.
  3. Applying Html on Dream Waver.
  4. CSS and its Implementation on Dream waver.
  5. Creating Menus.
  6. Layouts.
  7. Slicing.
  8. Forms.
  9. Tables.
  10. Website Project.  
Reference Book
1)     Complete Reference
Web Reference
1)      WWW.W3chools. Com

Reference Books / Helping Material
1. E-Commerce by Mohammad Khalid.
2. E-Commerce for Managers by HOP Cock J.V.
3. Practical E-Commerce Thompson Warne.
Part-I1/ 2nd Term Semester                                                  Diploma in information Technology

Graphic Design.      

Total Th Hrs    40                                                                            Total Pr Hrs     80
Total Th Mks  100                                                                        Total Pr. Mks     50
                                                Photoshop CS version

Exploring the Photoshop Environment

  • Explore the Photoshop interface
  • Customize the Workspace
  • Explore the Navigation Tools

Working with Image Areas
  • Select Image Areas
  • Save a Selection
  • Modify a Selection

Setting Color Space
  • Calibrate and Profile your Monitor
  • Set a Working Color Space in Photoshop
  • Convert Image from one Color Space to Another
  • Manage Printing and Color

Enhancing Image

  • Print Strokes on an Image
  • Apply Filter Effects
  • Convert an Image to Black and White
  • Blend Layers
  • Merge Layers and Flatten Image
  • Convert Color Images to Grayscale

Working with Layers
  • Create Layers
  • Create Type Layers
  • Transform Layers
  • Alter T            type Properties
  • Apply Layer Styles
  • Undo Previous Steps
  • Arrange and Group Layers
Saving Images for Web and Print
  • Save Images for Use in Print Application
  • Save Images for the Web
  • Save Images as PDF

Managing Assets with Adobe@ Bridge
  • Explore Adobe Bridge
  • Work with Adobe Bridge
  •  Work with Stacks and Filters in Adobe Bridge
  • Apply Metadata and Keywords to Files
  • Preparing Web Images
  • Change Measurement Units
  • Reduce File Size

Creating Web Page Layouts
  •  Simulate a Web Page
  • Create Web Page Background
  • Draw Editable Vector Shapes
  • Create Effects
  • Export a Web Page

Enhancing Photographs
  • Retouch Photographs Using Photoshop Tools
  • Create Patterns
  • Create Swatches and Gradients
  • Create a Custom Brush
  • Create Custom Patterns

Creating Special Effects
  • Preview Text Effects Using Layer Comps
  • Warp an Image

Automating Tasks
  • Create an Action
  • Manage Action

Adjusting RGB Color

  • Meet Color Correction Objective
  • Locate Highlights Shadows and Neutral Areas
  • Make Automatic Color and Contrast  Adjustment
  • Make Basic Curve Adjustment

Sharpening Images
  • Apply Un-sharp Images
  • Sharpen an Image

( COREL DRAW Version 9 and onward)


  • Exploring the Corel DRAW Interface
  • Setup Drawing Page
  • Corel DRAW Basic
  • Manage Workspaces
  • Customizing the Command Bar
  • Saving and Printing Drawing

Overview of Course Covered

Shapes and Lines :
  • Basic Shapes
  • Working With Paths
  • Modify Paths
  • Adding Text to Objects

Overview of Course Covered

  • Fills and Outline
  • Custom File
  • Custom Strokes
  • Drop Shadows
  • Modify Outline
  • Transform Objects
Overview of Course Covered

Working with Text
  • Format Artistic Text
  • Fit Text to a Path
  • Create Paragraph Text
  • Wrap Paragraph Text
  • Modify OCT Text
  • Importing Image Text
  • Insert Special Characters
  • Text Effects

Overview of Course Covered

Working with Objects

  • Modify Objects
  • Add Graphics
  • Add Clipart
  • Spray Objects

Overview of Course Covered

Styles, Templates Symbols
  • Working with text Styles
  • Working with Templates
  • Create Symbols

Overview of Course Covered


  • New Layers
  • Manipulate Layer

Overview of Course Covered


  • Import and Adjust Bitmaps
  • Trace Bitmaps
Overview of Course Covered
Advanced Printing Options
Edit a Print Style
            Merge Text with Drawing

Overview of Course Covered
In Page Course Outline

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Status Bar
Document Area
Scroll Bars
Text Box
Title Text Box
Picture Box
Graphic Box
Text Chain
Master Page
Entering Text
Character Attributes
Paragraph Attributes
Style sheets
Text Wrap and Repel
Inserting Page Number
Inserting Inline Pictures
Inserting Tables
Importing unformatted and preformatted Text
Exporting Text
Find / Replace

Reference books / Helping Materials

1.                  Design Photoshop by Saeed H. Khawar.
2.                  Coral Draw by Mohammad Khalid.


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