Computer Applications Lab has been equipped with latest technology such as Job-Access-with-speech (JAWS) and Non Visual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a special screen reading software which enables the visually impaired students to read the contents on the computer screen. Electronic Tactile Graphics maker duplicates figures/illustrations in embossed form and enables the visually impaired to touch, feel and visualize illustrations. Braille Printers which supports for the conversion of text material into Braille. NUDI software is used for Kannada computer typing, The Computer Lab is equipped with the latest computer system with Internet Facilities. Spacious, well furnished classrooms are provided for the visually impaired students to make them comfortable in learning. The Department is strengthened by well qualified and committed faculty members.
The Computer Labs are being taught to make the student to understand the concepts of Computer such as Basics of Computer, MS-Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Internet, Networking and Troubleshooting, JAWS Configuration and NVDA Installation etc., It helps Differently Abled students to improve their self confidence in gaining more job opportunities in computer field.
Facilities: Computer Lab
Computer labs have been setup with one to one facility equipped with latest Desktop computers (Dell Systems with Core i5 4GB RAM 1TB HDD, preloaded Windows 10), The entire computer Labs are provided with Internet Facility and WiFi. Surveillance cameras are installed in the lab.
Software: Campus is covered under Microsoft License Agreement.
OS: Windows 10
Application Software: MS Office 2016, JAWS, NVDA
This lab is being used to train the students of this department in the following subjects:
- Computer Applications in Office-I Lab – I &II
- English Computer Typing (Speed 25WPM.35 WPM,40 WPM)
- Communication Skills in English Lab
- Networking and Trouble Shooting Lab
- Project Work
- Placement Activities like On - Line Tests and Interviews etc.,
- Guest Lectures and Workshops.
Course Contents: The department is regularly revising the syllabus since 1999 – 2000 to suit the needs of the industries demand. The present curriculum (course code: 64) is revised in the year 2021-22.