IICE COMPUTER EDUCATION
The IICE Computer Education Center was established with the objective of providing computational environment for the academic and research community of the institute. The Centre offers training and consultancy apart from being a support service for the faculty, students and staff.
Computer Centre was established in with the following objectives:
* Provide a central computing facility with Network infrastructure for all the students, faculty members and staff of the institute. * Collect, analyze the computing requirements of the departments and design, procure, deploy and maintain the solutions. * Assist faculty and research scholars of the institute.
* Assist various departments in the institute in Computerizing their activities. * Conduct Short term Courses for the students and staff of the institute. * Coordinate, Maintain and administer Campus-wide Network including Internet and allied Services. * Assist sister institutions of Karnatak Law Society in implementing computing and network infrastructure.
FACILITIES AT IICE COMPUTER EDUCATION
* IICE Computer education consist of highly qualified faculty .The curriculum is updated regularly by the DOEACC Society and is taught in - depth by IICE.
* Intensive pre-placement training gives students an edge in the job - market.
* Ex-students of IICE are placed in almost all leading organisations.
* Students are also provided study material as a proper library is maintained for all students
* Faculties of IICE computer education are highly qualified
* A well equipped computer laboratory with all updated softwares
CAREER OPTIONS AFTER ‘O’ LEVEL
The career options available to a DOEACC ‘O’ level qualifiers are: •Junior Programmer
A junior programmer is also known as an entry level or intern programmer. This term is typically used to describe someone who has just graduated from college or university, and has secured her very first job as a programmer. There is a steep learning curve when you become a programmer, and it is possible to remain a junior programmer for the first two years of your working career. A computer programmer is someone who uses any of a wide range of computer programming languages to create new computer software programs or change existing ones. There are four different kinds of positions available to a junior programmer: testing, conversions, debugging, and modifications. All four tasks are part of the core skills required by any type of computer programmer.
EDP stands for Electronic Data Processing. There is a department that takes this name with an objective to control the inventory and stock, mainly, the movement of the goods between different locations, warehouse, and suppliers. This department undertakes the responsibility of managing continuous stocktaking and digital data integrity in the information system as well. EDP department is independent from IT department, but uses the information systems and other services managed and supported by this department. Sometimes an IT qualified personnel works under the EDP department to speed up support process and coordinate with IT department. WEB DESIGNER
A web designer may or may not be a computer programmer, but most have at the least some programming skills. Many web designers are also web programmers, which means they not only are the architect of how a page will appear on the Internet but also implement their own designs through programming. They can thus be called part artist, part writer, and part computer expert. One of the most important tasks of the web designer is the creative design of web pages, usually by working with a client who articulates certain needs or functions that the web page must fulfill. Designers tend to be excellent in working with graphics software, like Photoshop®,...
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