Diploma in Information Technology (DIT)
The fourth revised version of the ‘O’ Level (IT) syllabus came into effect in January 2015 examinations. Since then, much advancement has been observed in the area of Information Technology. The need of industry has also changed with the availability of new and advanced technologies and tools. With the advancement in technologies, the software development practices have also changed. This also has led to change in job profile. Different job roles require different skills. Moreover, the digital initiatives taken by Government have also changed the way the business is taking place these days. These factors have led to bringing the revision in syllabus of DOEACC ‘O’ Level (IT) course.
This document shows the fifth revised version of ‘O’ Level syllabus under ISDM Scheme which becomes effective for teaching with immediate effect. The syllabus of the ‘O’ Level course is designed to enhance the skills of students so as to enable them to solve problems using Information Technology (IT) tools. The self learning approach is built into the syllabus enabling the learners to update themselves on the changing technologies in their area of work. The syllabus has been designed to meet the skills required for various IT job roles.
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