National Science Day &Seminar on I.T. and Career Opportunities for YouthJNAN CHANDRA GHOSH MEMORIAL...
Agenda• The I.T. Market in India today• Manpower Resources• Non-Formal Sector and DOEACC Scheme
The I.T. Market Today in India• In 1999 India achieved US$ 5.2 billion• IT Services out of this is US$ 3.2 billion• 75...
India - accent on quality• India - is providing a large repository of English speaking I.T. Resources• SEI CMM Leve...
IT Manpower - Present Scenario & Demand Profile Current Level of Productivity in the Countryis es...
IT Manpower - Present Scenario & Demand Profile MANPOWER R...
IT Manpower - Present Scenario & Demand Profile Demand Supply Position ...
Demand Supply dimensions of I.T. Manpower ? Unemployment
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BACKGROUND The1980’s RAPID GROWTH andTRANSFORMATION In the IT SECTOR
BACKGROUND The1980’s DEMAND SUPPLY The Gap between DEMAND and SUPPLYwas quickly EXPLO...
BACKGROUND The1980’sThe Govt.. of India recognized theenormous potential of the privatenon-formal sector and de...
BACKGROUND 1989 Saw the formation of a National Working Group under the aegis of t...
SITUATION ANALYSISLimited number of seats available informal institutionsDue to operational constraint...
RECOMMENDATIONSUse infrastructure of Private Sector to conductstandard course laid down centrallyGrant accreditation to se...
RECOMMENDATIONSTraining to be imparted at various levels of skillsspanning from Console operator to System Manager /Admini...
T B he irth of DOEACC DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICSaccreditation of Computer Courses In 1990 The ...
DOEACC - AIMS AND OBJECTIVES• To implement the Scheme of the All India Council for Technical education (AICTE) and th...
DOEACC - GOVERNANCE & AUTHORITYSecretary to the Government of India, DoE is the Ex-Officio President of DOEACC Society Go...
DOEACC - GOVERNANCEDOEACC has received from the Governmentthe governance and authority to :-  recognize the courses ...
DOEACC - the KEY PLAYERS All this is achieved through Co-operative efforts of our Mentors • Eminent Academicians. • ...
ACCRE AT DIT ION NORMS• Must have own premises; if hired it should be on long term lease• The library shoul...
ACCRE AT DIT ION NORMS• Hands on training should form at least half of the allocated time• Accreditation is for...
ACCRE AT DIT ION MONITORING• ProvisionalAccreditation is granted based on the report of a 3 member screening committe...
ACCRE AT DIT ION MONITORING• For the benefit of candidates, institutes are issued with Accreditation Certificates• Ful...
COURSE OP IONS T DOEACC - Flexibility• To Review, Modify, Update and Implement Syllabi ...
COURSE OP IONS T DOE ACC - Flexibility• Vertical integration of “O”, “A” and “B” level cour...
COURSE E IGIB IT L IL Y DOEACC - Eligibility Criteria “O” Level 10 + 2 or Equivalent“A” L...
COURSE DURATIONLEVEL NO. OF PAPERS MINIMUM CONTACT / MODULES DURATION HOURS ‘‘‘O’ ...
CARE R OP ORT E P UNIT S IE“O” Level “A” Level “B” Level “C” Level ...
DOEACC COURSES DOEACC SCHEME CCC - 90 Hours ...
DOEACC SYLLABUS•INDUSTRY REQUIREMENT DRIVEN SYLLABUSCONTINUOUSLY UPDATED WITH LATEST TECHNOLOGYCHANGES.•STANDING CO...
COURSE E IGIB IT L IL Y DOEACC - Eligibility Criteria There are four Levels of courses un...
REGISTRATION• This is a pre-requisite to Examinations• DOEACC has computerized management systems that keeps track of stud...
EXAMINATIONS• Conducted half yearly ( January and July ) exams• Results are published in leading Newspapers and are also a...
EXAMINATIONS• Modular in structure - Students need not appear again after the successful completion of the subject
SANCT Y OF E IT XAMINATIONS• Examinations are conducted by an independent Board.• Paper setting and Evaluatio...
TRAINING T E T H RAINERSDOEACC also arranges a faculty training programs on the various subjects and the te...
DOEACC - Publications & Training Aids DOEACC QUANBOOK (Question-Answer Book) based on the O and A Level courses has been ...
DOEACC - RE W W VIE ORK OP & SHIM ROVE E S P M NT TEACHER TRAININGREGULAR UPDATION OF SY...
DOEACC - CE IF RT ICAT COURSE F E ORT E INDIAN H COMPUTER LITERACY FOR ALL CATERS TO :...
DOEACC - DIVERSIFICATION OF O & AL VE COURSE E L S  KEEPING UP WITH THE FAST RATE OF OBSOLESCENCE OF TECHNOLOGY. ...
ST IST AT ICS
DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE50045040035030025020015010050 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 ...
DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE200018001600140012001000 800 600 400 200 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2...
DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE350030002500200015001000500 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 ...
DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE500450400350300250200150100 50 0 1997- 98 1998- 99 1999- 2000 ...
DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE400350300250200150100 50 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999- 1999- ...
Web Based Education and Learning Synergy Between DOEACC and Higher Education in I.T.
Accreditation of Courses for Virtual InstitutionsDefining Norms and Criteria to ensure Quality Computing Faci...
ACCRERDITATION NORMS Some thoughts …..INSTITUTES VIRTUAL INSTITUTESACCOMODATION COMPUTING FACIL...
Web Based ExaminationEstablished Countrywide Network ensuresManageabilityIndependent Body ensures Fairness andQualityOn-Li...
The DOEACC AdvantageEstablished State-of-Art CoursesShort Gestation PeriodActive Support of leading Academia andIndustry P...
DOEACC - the KEY PLAYERS All this is achieved through Co-operative efforts of our Mentors • Eminent Academicians. • ...
DOEACCON THE WAY TO FULFILLTHE IT NEEDS OF INDIAIN THE NEW MILLENNIUM
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National Computer Education Accreditation Agency

National Science Day & Seminar on I.T. and Career Opportunities for YouthJNAN CHANDRA GHOSH MEMORIAL LECTURE By Arindam Bose, Member-Secretary, Governing Council & Executive Director, DOEACC Society
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  • 1. National Science Day &Seminar on I.T. and Career Opportunities for YouthJNAN CHANDRA GHOSH MEMORIAL LECTURE By Arindam Bose, Member-Secretary, Governing Council & Executive Director, DOEACC Society
  • 2. Agenda• The I.T. Market in India today• Manpower Resources• Non-Formal Sector and DOEACC Scheme
  • 3. The I.T. Market Today in India• In 1999 India achieved US$ 5.2 billion• IT Services out of this is US$ 3.2 billion• 75% of this Revenue is in Software Exports• Wirpo’s Market Cap can wipe out India’s Fiscal Deficit i.e. Rs. 200,000 Crores• India has the largest number of SEI CMM Level 5 Companies• 203 out of the Fortune 500 Companies are Clients of India IT Companies.• Indian S/W Companies are now building Quality Products• India has emerged as a very attractive location for IT - Enabled Services Presented By: Arindam Bose, Member-Secretary, Governing Council, DOEACC Society
  • 4. India - accent on quality• India - is providing a large repository of English speaking I.T. Resources• SEI CMM Levels of Indian S/W Companies is on the rise• International Companies are engaging Indian I.T. Companies for I.T. Outsourcing• Indians have a reputation of hard working and intelligent (intellectual capital)• Mobility a major criteria for rapid career development• Venture Capital available but do we have adequate business skills and quality ? Presented By: Arindam Bose, Member-Secretary, Governing Council, DOEACC Society
  • 5. IT Manpower - Present Scenario & Demand Profile Current Level of Productivity in the Countryis estimated at $40,000 per capita which isexpected to grow at a rate of 10% per annumand reach a level of $1,00,000 approximately bythe year 2008. Software Sector for Exports and for Domesticconsumption will grow at a rate of 60% per yeartill 2000 and thereafter the growth rate willdecrease by 5% each year, reaching 20% by2008 Indirect manpower is calculated as 1.5 timesof the total direct manpower. Presented By: Arindam Bose, Member-Secretary, Governing Council, DOEACC Society
  • 6. IT Manpower - Present Scenario & Demand Profile MANPOWER REQUIREMENTS 2001-02 2008SOFTWARE EXPORT 2,30,000 5,60,000DOMESTIC SOFTWARE 2,50,000 3,20,000INDIRECT MANPOWER(SUB-CONTRACTING, ANCILLARIES, 6,20,000 13,20,000REPAIR & MAINTENANCE, DEALERNETWORK ETC.) TOTAL 11,00,000 22,00,000 Presented By: Arindam Bose, Member-Secretary, Governing Council, DOEACC Society
  • 7. IT Manpower - Present Scenario & Demand Profile Demand Supply Position 2001–02 2008FORMAL SECTOR 6,16,500 20,90,500ACCEPTABLE TO THE INDUSTRY 1,85,000 6,30,000(i.e. 30% of Formal Sector)NON-FORMAL SECTOR 40,355 4,43,270TOTAL ACCEPTABLE (30% of 2,25,355 10,73,270Formal Sector + Non FormalSector)PROJECTED REQUIREMENTS 11,00,000 22,00,000SHORTFALL 8,74,645 11,26,730 Presented By: Arindam Bose, Member-Secretary, Governing Council, DOEACC Society
  • 8. Demand Supply dimensions of I.T. Manpower ? Unemployment
  • 9. ?? ? ? ? ? ?? ? ?
  • 10. BACKGROUND The1980’s RAPID GROWTH andTRANSFORMATION In the IT SECTOR
  • 11. BACKGROUND The1980’s DEMAND SUPPLY The Gap between DEMAND and SUPPLYwas quickly EXPLOITED by some Private Institutions
  • 12. BACKGROUND The1980’sThe Govt.. of India recognized theenormous potential of the privatenon-formal sector and decided touse their resources meaningfully i.e. with quality-assurance
  • 13. BACKGROUND 1989 Saw the formation of a National Working Group under the aegis of theAll India Council of Technical Education (AICTE )
  • 14. SITUATION ANALYSISLimited number of seats available informal institutionsDue to operational constraints,flexibility in the course content, is notpossible to update the syllabus at apace compatible to the advances inthis area
  • 15. RECOMMENDATIONSUse infrastructure of Private Sector to conductstandard course laid down centrallyGrant accreditation to select institutions to createdistinction between good and the badAccreditation to be granted on the basis ofperformance of students in centrally controlledexaminations and infrastructure maintained bythese institutions
  • 16. RECOMMENDATIONSTraining to be imparted at various levels of skillsspanning from Console operator to System Manager /AdministratorTo give credibility, the scheme to be implemented byDepartment of Electronics, Govt.. of India and theexaminations to be conducted by an independent party. Conduct courses at four levels, viz.. O - Foundation A - Advance Diploma B - Graduate C - Post Graduate
  • 17. T B he irth of DOEACC DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICSaccreditation of Computer Courses In 1990 The DOEACC Scheme was launched
  • 18. DOEACC - AIMS AND OBJECTIVES• To implement the Scheme of the All India Council for Technical education (AICTE) and the Department of Electronics for generating qualified manpower In the Information Technology (IT) area at the National Level by utilizing he facilities and manpower available with the Training Institutions/Organizations, in the non- formal sector• To harness the efforts of the Computer Institutions in the non-formal sector to conduct courses• To ensure a system of accreditation of the different levels of courses• To conduct examinations of the different courses and to implement all matters connected therewith, including the award of Certificates/DiplomasACTIVITIES •ACCREDITATION OF INSTITUTES •REGISTRATION OF STUDENTS •EXAMINATION AND AWARD OF CERTIFICATES / DIPLOMA’S •COURSEWARE PRODUCTION AND TEACHER TRAINING
  • 19. DOEACC - GOVERNANCE & AUTHORITYSecretary to the Government of India, DoE is the Ex-Officio President of DOEACC Society Governing Council (GC) - Judicious mix ofAcademia and Industry to decide the Policies Executive Committee (EC) - A Five MemberCommittee which executes the Policies of GC Examination Board and Standing Syllabus Committee- Again a judicious mix of Academia and Industry implements Examination Functions and regular revision of syllabi
  • 20. DOEACC - GOVERNANCEDOEACC has received from the Governmentthe governance and authority to :-  recognize the courses  accredit the institutions to conduct courses  conduct examinations  award certificates / diplomas DOEACC October,1999
  • 21. DOEACC - the KEY PLAYERS All this is achieved through Co-operative efforts of our Mentors • Eminent Academicians. • Distinguished Experts • Outstanding industry Professionals. They participate in the Governing Council, Executive Committee ; Examination & Syllabus Boards. They contribute as experts, screening committee members, examiners and observers. DOEACC derives its strengths and directions from them. DOEACC October,1999
  • 22. ACCRE AT DIT ION NORMS• Must have own premises; if hired it should be on long term lease• The library should have a good selection of books and the Institute should subscribe to periodicals of standard quality and apart from lending, it should have references• Faculty should consist of both teaching and support faculty and qualifications/experience of the faculty should be as per the norms of the concerned level of course DOEACC October,1999
  • 23. ACCRE AT DIT ION NORMS• Hands on training should form at least half of the allocated time• Accreditation is for a specific location and specific level• All software should be licensed as understood in the terms of Intellectual Property Rights
  • 24. ACCRE AT DIT ION MONITORING• ProvisionalAccreditation is granted based on the report of a 3 member screening committee• Monitoring through surprise visits by Experts twice a year• AccreditedInstitutes should submit Annual Reports on their performance
  • 25. ACCRE AT DIT ION MONITORING• For the benefit of candidates, institutes are issued with Accreditation Certificates• FullAccreditation is granted to the institutes after evaluation of their performance• De - accreditation of Institutes not adhering to laid down norms and criteria
  • 26. COURSE OP IONS T DOEACC - Flexibility• To Review, Modify, Update and Implement Syllabi in keeping with needs of the Industry• Lateral entry permitted
  • 27. COURSE OP IONS T DOE ACC - Flexibility• Vertical integration of “O”, “A” and “B” level courses; i.e examinations are permitted at higher levels if a candidate completes a subject at a lower level• Students can join the scheme from diverse academic backgrounds
  • 28. COURSE E IGIB IT L IL Y DOEACC - Eligibility Criteria “O” Level 10 + 2 or Equivalent“A” Level Graduate or Govt. Polytechnic Diploma or “O” Level“B” Level Graduate or Govt.. Polytechnic Diploma or “A” Level“C” Level M /M (M .Sc A aths/ Stats) or B . /B T .E . ech or M aster in Computer Applications (M CA) or “B L” evel
  • 29. COURSE DURATIONLEVEL NO. OF PAPERS MINIMUM CONTACT / MODULES DURATION HOURS ‘‘‘O’ 4 One Year 480 (Part-Time)‘A’ 10 One Year 1200‘B’ 25 Three Years 3200‘C’ 15 One and a half 800 years
  • 30. CARE R OP ORT E P UNIT S IE“O” Level “A” Level “B” Level “C” Level System Project Programmer Programmer Manager Asst.. Analyst EDP System Junior Officer Software Engineer Specialist / Programmer Manager Asst.. of EDP Data base Training Faculty Training Asst. Manager Faculty Teaching R&D Scientist R&D Faculty Scientist EDP Manager Consultant
  • 31. DOEACC COURSES DOEACC SCHEME CCC - 90 Hours Educational opportunities in Computers & Certificate Course for Information Technology the Common Man 10 + 2 LEVEL ‘O’ - Foundation (480 Hours) DIP LOMA University degree O LEVEL (Founda tion ) ‘A’ - Advance Diploma (1200 Hours) PP DCA PG DCA A LEV EL ‘B’ - Graduate (Ad v. Diplo ma ) (3200 Hours) UniversityEng ineerin g deg ree AMIETE/A MIE B LEV EL MCA M.S c B LEV EL ‘C’ - Post Graduate (MCA e quivalent) (800 Hours) M. Tech DOEACC C LEVEL
  • 32. DOEACC SYLLABUS•INDUSTRY REQUIREMENT DRIVEN SYLLABUSCONTINUOUSLY UPDATED WITH LATEST TECHNOLOGYCHANGES.•STANDING COMMITTEE OF EMINENT ACADEMICIANS, ITPROFESSIONALS AND INDUSTRIALISTS TO REVIEW &REVISE THE SYLLABUS.
  • 33. COURSE E IGIB IT L IL Y DOEACC - Eligibility Criteria There are four Levels of courses under the Scheme,namely ‘O’/’A’/’B’/’C’. Students can acquire any of these qualifications if they undergo the particular Level of the DOEACC accreditedcourse from the institutions accredited for conducting therelevant course and pass the examinations conducted by theDOEACC Society. • Working professionals can also appear in these examinations directly provided the possess the prescribed relevant experience for the particular Level.
  • 34. REGISTRATION• This is a pre-requisite to Examinations• DOEACC has computerized management systems that keeps track of students progress as he / she covers a flexible yet strict system of study and examinations• To assist students, counseling centres have been established within the country
  • 35. EXAMINATIONS• Conducted half yearly ( January and July ) exams• Results are published in leading Newspapers and are also available at the DOEACC Web site• 90 plus venues spread across the country
  • 36. EXAMINATIONS• Modular in structure - Students need not appear again after the successful completion of the subject
  • 37. SANCT Y OF E IT XAMINATIONS• Examinations are conducted by an independent Board.• Paper setting and Evaluation is done by Academicians who have no link or connection with the accredited institute, same as CBSE.• Examinations are conducted by the academicians all over the country which are not connected with the institutes, in the same manner as in CBSE.• To ensure fairness, strictness and adherence to the SOPs, independent Observers, not connected either to the Institute or to the Examination Board, are deployed by the Member-Secretary, GC, to observe the proper conduct of examination and give independent report on the same.
  • 38. TRAINING T E T H RAINERSDOEACC also arranges a faculty training programs on the various subjects and the teaching methodology of the O Level course based on the revised syllabi.Attempts for similar efforts for other courses.
  • 39. DOEACC - Publications & Training Aids DOEACC QUANBOOK (Question-Answer Book) based on the O and A Level courses has been widely appreciated by the student community. Computer based Tutorials (CBT) on the O Level course has been developed on CD-ROMs. Separate Syllabus Book of each level. Prospectus of each level containing the norms and criteria including the application form for accreditation.Note : The QUANBOOK, CD ROMs and the syllabi are priced nominally for the benefit of the student community.
  • 40. DOEACC - RE W W VIE ORK OP & SHIM ROVE E S P M NT TEACHER TRAININGREGULAR UPDATION OF SYLLABIMONITORING PERFORMANCES
  • 41. DOEACC - CE IF RT ICAT COURSE F E ORT E INDIAN H COMPUTER LITERACY FOR ALL CATERS TO :-  HOUSEWIVES  BUSINESSMEN  GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES  NO BASIC QUALIFICATIONS  120 HOURS INTENSIVE COURSE  SEPARATE PRACTICAL EXAM
  • 42. DOEACC - DIVERSIFICATION OF O & AL VE COURSE E L S  KEEPING UP WITH THE FAST RATE OF OBSOLESCENCE OF TECHNOLOGY.  INPUTS FROM INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIA.  CATER TO THE NEEDS OF A WIDER SEGMENT.  REQUIREMENTS OF THE INDUSTRY  INTRODUCTION OF NEW CONCEPTS/TOPICS
  • 43. ST IST AT ICS
  • 44. DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE50045040035030025020015010050 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 1999-2000 Actual as on Sept99 Projected 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 1999-2000 Students Registered (In Hundreds)
  • 45. DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE200018001600140012001000 800 600 400 200 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 1999-2000 Actual as on Sept’99 ProjectedPaper Candidates (In 1997-98 1998-99 Hundreds) 1999-2000 1999-2000
  • 46. DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE350030002500200015001000500 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 1999-2000 Actuals as on Sept99 Projected Students Qualified O A B C
  • 47. DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE500450400350300250200150100 50 0 1997- 98 1998- 99 1999- 2000 1999- 2000 Actual as on Sept’99 Projected No. of Inst. accredited O A B C
  • 48. DOEACC - GROWTH AT A GLANCE400350300250200150100 50 0 1997-98 1998-99 1999- 1999- 2000 2000 Projected Actual as on Sept’99 Accreditation withdrawn O A B C
  • 49. Web Based Education and Learning Synergy Between DOEACC and Higher Education in I.T.
  • 50. Accreditation of Courses for Virtual InstitutionsDefining Norms and Criteria to ensure Quality Computing Facilities Network Services Academic Program Qualified and Trained Faculty
  • 51. ACCRERDITATION NORMS Some thoughts …..INSTITUTES VIRTUAL INSTITUTESACCOMODATION COMPUTING FACILITIESCOURSE BANDWITHHARDWARE DOWNTIMESOFTWARE NETWORK RELIABILITYLIBRARY COURSEFACULTY FACULTY QUALITY ASSURANCE AND AVAILABILITY
  • 52. Web Based ExaminationEstablished Countrywide Network ensuresManageabilityIndependent Body ensures Fairness andQualityOn-Line Examination and Evaluation througha network of Trusted InstitutionsDeputation of Monitors and ObserversDefining Stringent Security Measures
  • 53. The DOEACC AdvantageEstablished State-of-Art CoursesShort Gestation PeriodActive Support of leading Academia andIndustry ProfessionalsFaculty TrainingPublications and Courseware
  • 54. DOEACC - the KEY PLAYERS All this is achieved through Co-operative efforts of our Mentors • Eminent Academicians. • Distinguished Experts • Outstanding industry Professionals. They participate in the Governing Council, Executive Committee ; Examination & Syllabus Boards. They contribute as experts, screening committee members, examiners and observers. DOEACC derives its strengths and directions from them. DOEACC October,1999
  • 55. DOEACCON THE WAY TO FULFILLTHE IT NEEDS OF INDIAIN THE NEW MILLENNIUM