What is ‘O’ Level

National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology, NIELIT, (earlier – DOEACC Society) is an autonomous scientific society of the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India. NIELIT Conduct following Courses:-

Benefit of the ‘O’ Level Course

The “O’ Level course of NIELIT is requirement to apply for many Government jobs. The objective of the course is to equip with necessary skills as per following job role.

  1. User Interface (UI) Designer
  2. Web Designer
  3. Web Publication Assistant iv. Office Automation Assistant
  4. IoT Application Integrator

The ‘O’ Level (IT) Certificate was recognized as equivalent to Foundation Level Course by the Government of India for the purpose of employment vide Notification No. 43 & 49 dated 1st March, 1995 and 10th April, 1996 issued by the Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Government of India and is currently aligned at NSQF (National Skill Qualifications Framework) level 5.

Education Qualification for ‘O’ Level

10+2 or ITI Certificate (One Year) after class 10, followed in each case, by one-year relevant experience. Relevant experience connotes job experience in IT, including teaching in a recognized institution as a faculty member, excludes coaching.

‘O’ Level Syllabus

The revised syllabus (Revision V) of ‘O’ Level (IT) course, implemented from January 2020, consists of four compulsory theory modules, one practical and one project. The structure of the ‘O’ Level (IT) syllabus is given below:-

Module Code   Module Learning Hours (Theory) Learning Hours (Practical/ Tutorials/ Project) Total Learning Hours
M1-R5 Information Technology Tools and Network Basics 48 72 120
M2-R5 Web Designing & Publishing 48 72 120
M3-R5 Programming and Problem Solving through Python 48 72 120
M4-R5 Internet of Things and its Applications 48 72 120
PR1-R5 Practical based on M1-R5, M2R5 ,M3-R5 and M4-R5      
PJ1-R5 Project   40 40
  Total 192 328 520

Click for Detail Syllabus (New) of O Level

Duration of the ‘O’ Level Course

The duration of ‘O’ level (IT) course is 520 learning hours and the minimum period to cover contents is one year for candidates undergoing ‘O’ Level after 10+2 and six month for candidates undergoing ‘O’ Level after Graduation.

Project for ‘O’ Level

‘O’ Level (IT) courses has a project as an important component. The project is carried out by the student under guidance and support of faculty and management of Institute / Organization where the student is undergoing training. It is felt that such a project provides an opportunity to the student to apply his / her knowledge and skills to real life problems (including oral and written communication skills). The project should be given utmost importance and priority both by the students as well as institution faculty / management in respect of its identification, planning and implementation.

Examination Pattern of ‘O’ Level

The theory examination for each module under the fifth revised syllabus would be for a duration of three hours and the total marks for each subject would be 100. One Practical examination of three hours duration and 100 marks would be conducted. The first examination with the revised syllabus will be held in July 2020, for which the teaching will commence from January 2020 session.

Laboratory/ Practical work will be conducted at Institutions / organizations, which are running the course. NIELIT will be responsible for holding the examination for theory and practical both for the students from Accredited Centers and direct candidates.

Pass Percentage of ‘O’ Level

To qualify a module, a candidate must have obtained at least 50% in each theory and practical examination. A successful project complete certificate is mandatory for student to qualify ‘O’ Level course. Following table shows the marks distribution.

Module Code   Module Maximum Marks
M1-R5 Information Technology Tools and Network Basics 100
M2-R5 Web Designing & Publishing 100
M3-R5 Programming and Problem Solving through Python 100
M4-R5 Internet of Things and its Applications 100
PR1-R5 Practical based on M1-R5, M2-R5, M3-R5 and M4-R5 100
PJ1-R5 Project (Certificate only to qualify ‘O’ Level-IT)
  Total Maximum Marks 500

Fee Structure of ‘O’ Level

The details of ‘O’ Level fee to be deposited with NIELIT Delhi is furnished below:-

Fee Charter for NIELIT ‘O’,’A’,’B’,’C’ Levels (w.e.f. 01st April’ 2019)

ComponentsRevised Fee
Registration fee for O/A/B/C Level500.00
Re-Registration fee for O/A/B/C Level750.00
Exam Application Processing fee100.00
Exam fee for each Theory Module of O/A/B/C Level750.00
Exam fee for each Practical Module of O/A/B/C Level   500.00
Improvement of Theory Module fee1000.00
O Level Project fee100.00
A Level Project/B Level First Project fee1000.00
Mini Project Fee500.00
Final B Level Project fee5000.00
Final C Level Project fee5000.00
Issue of Duplicate Certificate fee O/A/B/C Level150.00
Re-Totaling of Answer Script fee200.00
Disclosure of Answer Script fee500.00
Exemption fee (Per Paper)500.00
Fees for issuing Module certificate for O/A/B/C Levels150/- per module certificate
Verification photocopies of Certificate/Transcripts Miscellaneous Certificates100.00
Additionally GST(currently @18%) applicable will be charged from C Level Candidates.

‘O’ Level Result

The result of published at https://student.nielit.gov.in/ Click to view the Result

Online Registration for O Level

The Online Registration to done at https://student.nielit.gov.in/

Online Registration Application Form For:-O LEVEL

O Level Registration Guidlines and Instructions

O Level Project -Proforma of Completion Certificate

Super Success Institute Muzaffarnagar

Approved Institute of NIELIT in Muzaffarnagar for conducting CCC and DLC Computer Courses : Address : Bypass Flyover, Jansath Road, Muzaffarnagar.

Fee for CCC Nielit3,000 ( Includes Registration and Exam Fee)
Tuition Fee for ‘O’ Level20,000 + Exam Fee

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