Diploma in Computer Hardware (DCH) Details

Diploma in Computer hardware is Open to anyone with the Knowledge of English. This hands-on course is our recommended curriculum for those who want to upgrade, repair, maintain and troubleshoot computers. This course covers the full range of IBM and IBM-compatible systems. This is a preliminary course recommended for candidates wish to enter Network and System administration field.

Computer hardware is an intriguing field of computer science, and applicants seeking applications in this field will need to pursue courses in hardware and networking. Candidates can pursue various short-term and long-term courses in this field after passing Class 12.
These courses include various computer, electrical and electronic circuits-related courses. Candidates who follow these courses also learn about the various computer parts and how they work. The course allows them to identify and fix computer-related hardware and network issues and other such devices.
Candidates who have pursued computer hardware and networking courses can take up jobs in various businesses ranging from start-ups to MNCs as all businesses require skilled individuals who can solve technical and network issues within organizations. Jobs are also available in departments of government and institutions of education. Following are some of the jobs that computer hardware experts can seek.

Diploma in Computer Hardware (DCH) Highlights

Course Duration

2 Months



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Basics of Computer

  • alt text Computer Fundamentals
  • alt text Generation of Computer

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Operating Systems

  • alt text MS-DOS Commands
  • alt text Autoexec.bat & Config.sys
  • alt text Working on Windows 98/XP

Memory Management

  • alt text Conventional & Extended Memory
  • alt text Types of Memory EDO, SDRAM, DDR, RAMBUS

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Assembling a PC
  • alt text Card and Connector Identification
  • alt text Assembling a Latest PC
  • alt text Installation of Windows 98/XP
  • alt text Installation of Application Software
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Working on Windows 98/XP
  • alt text Start Menu
  • alt text File Management
  • alt text Configure using Control Panel
  • alt text Adding and Removing the Drivers
  • alt text Intro of MS-Word, Excel & Powerpoint
Digital Electronics
  • alt text Start Menu
  • alt text The Number System
  • alt text Gates and Flip-Flop
  • alt text Counter and Register

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Microprocessor and Support Chips
  • alt text Microprocessor Basics (8088)
  • alt text Microprocessor Internal Architecture
  • alt text Bus Architecture (ISA, PCI, AGP etc.)
  • alt text Support Chips (8284, 8288, 8237, 8259)
Advanced Microprocessor
  • alt text Intel 80386, 80486, Celeron, P-II, P-III,PIV
  • alt text Non-Intel Processors (Cyrix, AMD)
  • alt text Math Co-Processors
  • alt text Advanced Motherboard Types
Storage Devices
  • alt text Magnetic Memory
  • alt text Data Encoding Scheme
  • alt text FDC and FDD
  • alt text HDD Interfaces
  • alt text FDISK and FORMAT
  • alt text HDD Organization
  • alt text Optical Storage (CD, DVD)
  • alt text HDD Interfaces
  • alt text Types of Viruses
  • alt text Virus Infection and Prevention
  • alt text Virus Scanning using Anti-Virus Software
Parallel and USB Port
  • alt text Parallel and USB Port Basics
  • alt text SPP/EPP/ECP
  • alt text Interfacing devices to USB and Parallel Port
  • alt text How Dot-Matrix, Inkjet & Laser Printer works
  • alt text Loading the Drivers and enable print sharing

Serial Port and Modem
  • alt text Serial Port RS-232 Signals
  • alt text Internal and External Modem
  • alt text Configuring Modem for Internet connection
  • alt text How Laptops are like Desktop
  • alt text How Laptops are different from Desktop
  • alt text Docking Connecto
  • alt text CMOS Setting
  • alt text Operating System Troubleshooting
  • alt text Hardware Troubleshooting