Academic Programmes - Diploma

Empowering the community through skill and knowledge

DIPLOMA COURSE (1 YEAR – 36 CREDITS)

  1. Diploma in Computer Application (DCA)

    This is a programme which not only imparts fundamentals of Computer Systems and Information Technology but also introduces advanced technologies such as Multimedia, Internet, C Programme. This programme is also having a dedicated practical course & software engineering. Students get hands on experience in the areas of Word Processing, Spread Sheets, Presentation Tools, Databases and Web Site Development. One of the highlights of this programme is that students also learn Programming using 'C' language. They will also learn Internet Programming, DBMS etc.

    Eligibility : 10+2
    Medium : English
    Course Fee : 10000

    Programme Structure

    In order to be eligible for the award of the Diploma, a student has to complete the following 8 Courses (integrated with practical) equivalent to 36 credits (1 credit is equal to 15 study hours)

    Course Code Title of the Course Credit
    SKSFC 001 Foundation Course 4 Credits
    SCS 111 Foundation Course in Humanities and Social Sciences-I 4 Credits
    SCS 112 Computer Fundamentals and PC Software 6 Credits
    SCS 113 Foundation Course in Science and Technology 2 Credits
    SCS 114 Introduction to DBMS 6 Credits
    SCS 115  ‘C’ Programming &  Data Structure 4 Credits
    SCS 116 Introduction to Software Engineering 6 Credits
    SCS 117 Computer Oriented Numerical Techniques 4 Credits
        36 Credits


  2. Diploma in Dairy Technology (DDT)

    The Diploma in Dairy Technology aims to develop competent technician level human resource for dairy industry. Upgrading the technical proficiency of lower level workers/ technicians already working in the dairy and allied sectors is also intended. The focus shall be to develop competencies in procurement of milk, fluid milk processing, production of value added products and quality control aspects in dairy industry. It will also impart development of skills for entrepreneurship to encourage self employment in dairy processing activities. The knowledge imparted shall facilitate good manufacturing practices in the processing sector and hygiene. The quality milk and milk products produced will have good market and export potential. The target group includes: youth, workers/ technicians working in dairy industry; dairy and food processors in unorganized sector, personnel working in dairy cooperatives, state dairy departments and dairy science institutions, small and medium entrepreneurs, NGO functionaries/ trainers and dairy farmers For the pass outs of this programme the job opportunities includes: secretary of dairy cooperative society, milk procurement supervisor, milk tester, dairy plant operator./technician/ supervisor, product technician ( ice cream./ cheese/' butter/ indigenous dairy products unit), dairy assistant, chilling centre supervisor, quality control assistant, packaging assistant, marketing assistant, distribution assistant, retail supervisor, store assistant, extension assistant, trainer, and self entrepreneur as milk contractor, transporter, dairy products manufacture (indigenous and western), owner of milk parlour/milk booth/ ice cream parlour, wholesale distributor, retailer and exporter of milk and milk products.

    Eligibility : 10+2
    Medium : English/Hindi
    Course Fee : 15000

    Programme Structure

    In order to be eligible for the award of the Diploma, a student has to complete the following 8 Courses (integrated with practical) equivalent to 36 credits (1 credit is equal to 15 study hours)

    Course Code Title of the Course Credit
    SKSFC 001 Foundation Course 4 Credits
    SDT 210 Milk Production and Quality of Milk 5 Credits
    SDT 211 Dairy Equipment and Utilities 4 Credits
    SDT 212 Milk Processing and Packaging 5 Credits
    SDT 213 Dairy Products - I 4 Credits
    SDT 214 Dairy Products - II 5 Credits
    SDT 215 Quality Assurance 5 Credits
    SDT 215 Industry visit and Field Training 4 Credits
        36 Credits