DCA (Diploma in Computer Applications)

Diploma in Computer Applications (DCA) is a one year diploma course in the field of computer applications. It can be pursued both, after completing 10 + 2 and post-graduation. It studies various computer applications like MS Office, Internet applications, Operating System, Database Management System, HTML among other subjects. A person who has completed DCA can apply as a computer operator in any firm. He or she can get placed at clerical levels like receptionist, computer operator or cyber cafe owner. He can also work at BPO. DCA diploma holder can execute basic computer tasks and can also become an Accountant. He/she can also become a computer teacher at primary level or can also own Computer teaching Centre for children or adults who wish to learn computer basics. DCA is a beneficial degree as it is a 6 months to 1 year diploma course (varies from institute to institute).

You can learn a range of computer packages in matter of a year. People also pursue DCA after completing years of their education. Housewives, people in their mid-twenties or thirties also study DCA to hone their computer skills. Anyone who wants to polish their computer operating skills should do DCA as he can get aware of the basic utilities of a computer.

Specialized fields of DCA

  • Basics Computer Skills
  • MS Office Applications
  • Internet Basics
  • E-Business
  • Software Hacking & IT security
  • PC Assembly and Troubleshooting
  • Software Engineering

Benefits offered by Ytwolearn

Practical and Classroom sessions
Opportunity to work for a realtime PHP, CMS project and get involved in the project phases
Regular tasks and practical sessions
Job placements with leading companies

Topics Included

  • PHP installation
  • Displaying type information
  • Testing for a specific data type
  • Using the ? operator
  • Single-Dimensional Arrays
  • Multidimensional Arrays
  • Looping associative array
  • Adding Parameters
  • PHP data types
  • PHP variables
  • Getting the size of an array
  • Joining arrays

Course Content