a) A sound and structured education in principles, methods and application of Information Communication Technology systems;
b) A range of practical design, Management and personal skills sufficient to equip students with skills necessary for effective employment/self-employment in related areas; and
c) A stimulating environment, which motivates students to realise their potentials through their current studies and equip them with skills, needed to maintain/update their skills and education throughout their future careers.
1.3 Objectives of the Programme
The objectives of the programme are to establish:
a) Appropriate medium practical skills and commissioning of Information Communication Technology equipments and accessories;
b) A thorough understanding of the principles associated with Informatics Science (IS) applications
c) Initiative, imagination, perception and confidence sufficient to cope with new situations, problems and ideas by critical analysis of situations, synthesis of practical solutions and application of new ideas;
d) Potential knowledge for creative and critical thinking, including critical self-awareness; and
e) The ability to communicate with members of an organization at the same, higher and lower levels of expertise or responsibility.
Basic Communication Skills
Introduction to Microcomputers.
Fundamentals of Computer Networks.
Basics of Electronics
Mathematical Sets and Logic.
Computer Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Internet Essentials and Web Technology
Introduction to High level programming
Office management and Practice
Industrial Practical Training (IPT)
Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies.