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NAGALAND PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (NPSC)

SYLLABUS FOR COMPUTER OPERATOR

(1) The written examination shall consist of the following two papers:


Paper
Maximum Marks
Duration
i)
General English
200
3 hours
ii)
Computer Science
200
3 hours

(2) The written examination shall consist of the following two papers:

Sl. No.
Component
Marks
i)
Essay Writing
60
ii)
Precise writing
35
iii)
Amplification
35
iv)
Construction of sentences
30
v)
Grammar
40

Total
200

(3) The question paper in Computer Science will be Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) without negative marking with the following components         

1.0      INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS

1.1      Generations of Computers

1.2      Classification of Computers

1.3      Data representation and Number systems

1.4      Basic organization of a Computer system

2.0      INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES

2.1      Input devices: Keyboard, Mouse, Scanner etc.

2.2   Output devices: Monitors/VDU-Cathode ray tube, Liquid Crystal display,  Printers- Dot Matrix printer, Laser printer, Inkjet printer, Plotters etc.

3.0      STORAGE DEVICES

3.1      Non-Volatile memory

3.2      Volatile memory

3.3      Cache memory, Primary storage and Secondary

3.4      Difference between SDRAM and DDR RAM

3.5      Magnetic storage device

3.6      Optical storage device

4.0       COMPONENTS OF MOTHERBOARD

4.1       Memory controller hub

4.2       Input/Output controller hub

4.3       BIOS ROM

4.4       CMOS battery

4.5       Real time clock

4.6       SMPS connector

5.0       COMPUTER NETWORKS

5.1       Concept of computer network

5.2       Transmission Modes

5.3       Transmission Media

5.4       Network Topologies

5.5       Network Architectures

5.6       Network connectivity devices

5.7       OSI reference model of data communication

5.8       Standards and Protocols

6.0       INTERNET TECHNOLOGY

6.1       Basics of Intranet and Internet

6.2       Services provided by the Internet

6.3       World Wide Web

6.4       Internet Connectivity

7.0       COMPUTER LANGUAGES:

7.1       Analogy with natural languages

7.2       Characteristics of a good language

7.3       Classification of languages: Machine Language, Assembly Language High Level Languages

8.0       COMPUTER SOFTWARE:

8.1       Relationship between hardware and software

8.2       Classification of Software

8.3       System software – Operating system, Compiler & Interpreter

8.4       Application software-MS Office, Adobe PageMaker, Photoshop etc.

8.5       MS Office: WORD, EXCEL, POWERPOINT, ACCESS etc.

9.0       COMPUTER VIRUSES

9.1        Introduction to viruses

9.2        Types of viruses

9.3        Protecting the PC from viruses

9.4        Recognizing an infection

9.5        Dealing with an infection

10.0      OPERATING SYSTEM

10.1      Definition

10.2      Function of OS

10.3      Evolution of operating systems

10.4      Process concept

10.5      Memory management

10.6      I/O Systems and mass Storage Structure

10.7      Disk Operating system

10.8      Windows Operating System

11.0      UNIX-OPERATING SYSTEM

11.1      History and development of UNIX OS

11.2      Essential UNIX Commands

12.0    DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

12.1    Basic concepts of Data and Information

12.2    Relational Databases

12.3    Relational Data Objects

12.4    The Entity/Relationship Model

12.5    SQL Language

12.6    Database security

13.0    SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

13.1  Introduction: System concept: Definition, Characteristics of a system, Elements of a  system,  Types of system: Physical system, Abstract systems, Open system,  Closed systems,     Information system

13.2     System Development Life Cycle

14.0     PROGRAMMING IN ‘C’ LANGUAGE

14.1 Introduction: History and features of C, Algorithms, Flowcharts, Structural programming Concepts

14.2    Operations & Expression

14.3    Input & Output Statements

14.4    Control Statements

14.5    Control Loop Statements

14.6    Arrays & Strings

14.7    Functions

15.0    OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

15.1   Introduction: Procedure-oriented programming versus Object-Oriented programming concept, Basic concepts of OOPs, Object oriented languages,  Beginning with C++, Concept and structure of C++ programming, Structures & Union of C

15.2    Objects and Classes

15.3     Constructions and Destructors

15.4     Inheritance

15.5     Polymorphism

15.6     Pointers in C++

15.7     Internet Technology

·          I/O system basics

·          File handling

·          File system Basics

·          Opening and closing a file, Reading and writing a character from a file using fputs, fgets, rewind(), ferror, erasing file

15.8       Graphics in C++

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