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National Institute of Electronics and
Information Technology (NIELIT)

Department of Electronics and Information Technolog...
National Policy on Information Technology, 2012

 To enhance India’s position as
Global IT Hub and use IT as an
engine to...
National Policy on Information Technology, 2012

 To provide ubiquitous and convenient access to
information and Governme...
National Policy on Information Technology, 2012

 To train at least one person from every house
hold to make him e-litera...
Role of NIELIT in IT-Education

DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL

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About Us
National Institute of Electronics & Information
Technology (NIELIT), (erstwhile DOEACC Society), was set up to ca...
 VISION
To be the leader in the development of industry
oriented quality education and training and be the
country's prem...
Objectives
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To Create Human Resource in the area of IECT through long term
formal , non-formal and short term courses.

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NIELIT Centres
S.N. City (State)

S.N. City (State)

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Agartala(Tripura)

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Aizawal, Lunglei (Mizoram)

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Ajmer(Rajasth...
NIELIT – Spectrum of Courses

S.N. Level

Non-Formal

1.

Primary
Skills

Basic Computer Course (BCC)

Secondary
Skills

O...
Activities of NIELIT Centres
 Formal Courses –approved by all India council of
technical education (AICTE) and recognized...
Activities of NIELIT Centres
Short term courses in area of
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Electronics design technology
Information te...
NIELIT National Level Schemes
(Non- Formal Courses)
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O/A/B/C level IT courses
Bio-Informatics BI-O/A/B lev...
NIELIT - Training Strength
S.N.

Activities

No. Of
Candidates

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Students registered for DOEACC Scheme (O/A/B/C) level-...
NIELIT – Hierarchy of Courses

‘O’ –Foundation
(4 papers, 480 Hours)
‘A’ – Advance Diploma
(10 papers, 1200 Hours)
‘B’ – M...
International Linkage
 NIELIT B & C Level Qualifications with three and one year
experience respectively are recognized a...
Recognition
 NIELIT(DOEACC) qualifications are widely accepted by
IT Industry at National as well as International level....
Future Plans
 NIELIT has signed MoU with AICTE for alignment of NIELIT O
& A-Level courses with NVEQF on 26-Nov-2013.
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  1. 1. National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT) Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) , Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Government of India Electronics Niketan, 6 CGO Complex, New Delhi-110006 Welcome to All the Respected Dignitaries from various parts of the Country. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 1
  2. 2. National Policy on Information Technology, 2012  To enhance India’s position as Global IT Hub and use IT as an engine to drive Indian Economy to ensure rapid, inclusive and sustainable growth. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 2
  3. 3. National Policy on Information Technology, 2012  To provide ubiquitous and convenient access to information and Government services to ensure efficiency, transparency , accountability and reliability.  To create necessary physical and institutional infrastructure for creating a pool of 10 million trained man power in IT sector by the year 2020.  To setup centre of excellence in institutes of Higher learning to produce 3000 Ph.D’s in IECT upto 2020. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 3
  4. 4. National Policy on Information Technology, 2012  To train at least one person from every house hold to make him e-literate to ensure inclusion.  To provide secured cyberspace in India to ensure trust-worthy environment among the users to ensure sustainable growth.  To transform Indian society into knowledge based society and the country into developed Nation. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 4
  5. 5. Role of NIELIT in IT-Education DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 5
  6. 6. About Us National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology (NIELIT), (erstwhile DOEACC Society), was set up to carry out Human Resource Development and related activities in the area of Information, Electronics & Communications Technology (IECT). NIELIT is engaged both in Formal & NonFormal Education in the area of IECT besides development of industry oriented quality education and training programmes in the state-of-the-art areas. NIELIT has endeavored to establish standards to be the country's premier institution for Examination and Certification in the field of IECT. It is also one of the National Examination Body, which accredits institutes/organizations for conducting courses in IT in the non-formal sector. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 6
  7. 7.  VISION To be the leader in the development of industry oriented quality education and training and be the country's premier Institution for examination and certification in the field of Information, Electronics and Communications Technology (IECT).  MISSION To be the single source for quality assurance in computer education among the nation's non-formal institutes, After turning out competent IT professionals in large numbers, NIELIT reach is now being extended to all regions of the country as well as overseas. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 7
  8. 8. Objectives  To Create Human Resource in the area of IECT through long term formal , non-formal and short term courses.  To accreditate Training Institute in non-formal sector to conduct NIELIT Scheme.  To conduct National Level Examination in Electronics, IT & allied fields and Certification thereon.  To undertake Sponsored Training and R&D Projects.  To provide Consultancy & Services.  To create awareness about IT by training masses through IT Literacy Programmes. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 8
  9. 9. NIELIT Centres S.N. City (State) S.N. City (State) 1 Agartala(Tripura) 2 Aizawal, Lunglei (Mizoram) 3 Ajmer(Rajasthan) 4 Aurangabad(Maharashtra) 5. Calicut(Kerala) 6 Chandigarh(Chandigarh) 7 Chennai, Puddukottai(Tamilanadu) 8 Delhi (Delhi) 9 11 Gangtok(Sikkim) Imphal, Churachandpur , Senapati (Manipur) Kohima, Chuchuyimlang(Nagaland) Patna(Bihar) Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) Tezpur , Guwahati, Silchar, Jorhat (Assam) 10 12 Gorakhpur, Lucknow(UP) Itanagar(Arunachal Pradesh) 14 Kolkata(West Bengal) 16 18 Shillong (Meghalaya) Srinagar, Jammu ( J & K) 13 15 17 19 Well Networked throughout India with the Presence of its 3000 Accredited Institutes DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 9
  10. 10. NIELIT – Spectrum of Courses S.N. Level Non-Formal 1. Primary Skills Basic Computer Course (BCC) Secondary Skills O-Level-IT/Hardware/Bioinformatics A-Level-IT/Hardware/Bioinformatics ITES-BPO (Customer Care/Banking) Certification in Information Security Advanced Diplomas Skill Oriented Short-Term Courses 2. 3 Tertiary Skills Formal Course in Computer Concepts (CCC) B Level – IT/ Bioinformatics C Level-IT 3 Years Diploma Electronics Production & Maintenance Electronics & Telecom Engineering Electronics Engineering Computer Science & Engineering Post Graduate Diplomas B.C.A. M.C.A. M.Tech. (ED&T , Embedded System) Ph.D. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 10
  11. 11. Activities of NIELIT Centres  Formal Courses –approved by all India council of technical education (AICTE) and recognized by universities  M.TechElectronics Design & Technology (Aurangabad, Gorakhpur) Embedded Systems (Calicut)  Master of Computer Applications (Calicut, Aizawl, Srinagar/Jammu, Imphal)  Bachelor of Computer Application (Aizawl, Kohima, Imphal)  Diploma in Electronics Production & Maintenance (Aurangabad)  Diploma in Electronics Engineering (Imphal)  Diploma in Electronics &Telecom Engineering (Aizawl) DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 11
  12. 12. Activities of NIELIT Centres Short term courses in area of          Electronics design technology Information technology Manufacturing technologies VLSI and Embedded Systems Information security Maintenance engineering E-learning Entrepreneurship development programme Customized training programmes DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 12
  13. 13. NIELIT National Level Schemes (Non- Formal Courses)         O/A/B/C level IT courses Bio-Informatics BI-O/A/B level courses Hardware courses CHM-O/A level courses ITES-BPO (Customer care & Banking) Certification in Information Security Certificate course in computer concepts (CCC) Basics computer course (BCC) Awareness in Computer Concepts (ACC) DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 13
  14. 14. NIELIT - Training Strength S.N. Activities No. Of Candidates 1. Students registered for DOEACC Scheme (O/A/B/C) level-IT, Bioinformatics, Hardware) Examination 60,000 2. IT Literacy Courses (CCC,BCC) Examination 3. Formal long term courses (M.Tech, MCA,BCA, PGDCA, Diploma, Diploma In Electronics Engg. & IT) 4. Training for Short Term Courses in Electronics and IT of duration up to 1 year. 30,000 Total 2,92,000 2,00,000 2,000 Since introduction of the DOEACC Scheme more than 8.9 lakh candidates have been registered and about 4.5 lakh candidates have qualified the various DOEACC Computer courses at O/A/B & C Levels. In CCC online examination approximately 6.5 lakh candidates have appeared and 4.5 Lakh candidates have been certified DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 14
  15. 15. NIELIT – Hierarchy of Courses ‘O’ –Foundation (4 papers, 480 Hours) ‘A’ – Advance Diploma (10 papers, 1200 Hours) ‘B’ – MCA Equivalent (25 papers, 3200 Hours) ‘C’ – Designed to be equivalent to M.Tech (18 papers, 1160 Hours) DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 15
  16. 16. International Linkage  NIELIT B & C Level Qualifications with three and one year experience respectively are recognized as equivalent to Associate Certified IT Project Manager (CITPM) of National infocomm Competency Centre (NICC) Singapore & Singapore Computer Society (SCS) as per the MoU signed in August, 2002 between DOEACC Society & NICC & SCS.  NIELIT A, B & C Level qualifications have been recognized as equivalent to Fundamental Information Technology Engineer, Software Design & Development Engineer and Application System Engineer Standards, respectively of JAPAN Information Technology Engineers Examination Center (JITEC) of Information Technology Promotion Agency (ITPA), JAPAN under an MoU signed between DOEACC & IPA. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 16
  17. 17. Recognition  NIELIT(DOEACC) qualifications are widely accepted by IT Industry at National as well as International level.  O, A & B level certificates are recognized by Government of India as equivalent to ‘Foundation level’, ‘Advance Diploma’ and ‘MCA level’ respectively for the purpose of employment in Central Government Services.  NIELIT(DOEACC) A & B level holders are allowed to pursue higher studies in M.Sc.(IT)/M.Sc.(CS)/MCA and M.tech respectively from many Universities of India. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 17
  18. 18. Future Plans  NIELIT has signed MoU with AICTE for alignment of NIELIT O & A-Level courses with NVEQF on 26-Nov-2013.  NIELIT has a plan of developing a pool of 10 million trained skilled workforce on IECT by the year 2022, through various formal, non-formal and short term courses, to meet the domestic requirements as laid down in National Policy on IT .  Empowering Women of Rural India through Digital Literacy under Common Service Centers (CSC).  Mass IT Literacy programme for providing Upword Mobility through Integration of Formal & Non-Formal programmes for labour force of Organized and Non-Organized Sectors.  Proposal to establish NIELIT Virtual University. DIGITAL LITERACY FOR ALL 18

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