Introduction to the Course

Over the next decade, Computer Software engineering is expected to grow rapidly. I.T. Professionals perform a variety of functions, that range from installing applications, data management, networking, database & software design, as well as management & administration of entire systems.

I.T. has spread from computers to other technologies such as use of cell phones, televisions, automobiles, etc. which has immensely increased the demand for I.T. professionals.

The curriculum at PfW is so made, that the course provides a good theoretical foundation through high quality teaching, complemented by extensive practical training.


I.T. graduates are highly valued by many employers seeking professionals with practical abilities & broad technical understanding of emerging technologies in I.T. industry . IT professionals get well paid jobs in various fields. They also work as Programmers, Software Engineers, Various positions in BPOs, Banks, Airlines, MNCs, etc.


One / Two / Three Years Diploma course


10th / 12th /Graduation

Computer FundamentalsC++ Language programming
Introduction to ComputerIntroduction to OOPS
Computer LanguagesClasses & Objects
Input /Output Devices of ComputerConstructors & Destructors
Introduction to DOSInheritance
Introduction to files &directoriesWorking with files
Commands of DOSJAVA
Introduction to Windows 2007Introduction to OOPS
(latest version)Exception handling
MS-WordPackages & Interfaces, Vectors
MS-ExcelThread and Animation
MS-AccessVisual Basic
Desktop PublishingControls & Properties
Corel DrawVB Looping
Page MakerBuilt-in functions
Internet & Web DesigningMDI Forms
Introduction to InternetObject Linking & Embedding
Creating E-mailFile Handling
Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML)Oracle
Linking Web PagesDatabase Concept
JAVA ScriptIntroduction to DBMS & RDBMS
C Language ProgrammingTypes of Relation
Introduction to SQL
Introduction to Operating System
Linux System Directories
Shell Commands
Vi editor
Network Devices
Network Software
OSI Layers
Network Routing & Topology
Computer System Architecture
Introduction to Computer Design& Computer Organization
Flip Flops & Sequential Circuits
Encoders, Decoders & Multiplexers
Computer Instruction & Memory Organization
Project Work