NCERT Computers and Communication Technology Part I Class XI

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Publisher Ncert Books
Author: NCERT Syllabus & Patterns
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Computers have become a way of life in the present day world. That everyone should be educated about the implications of this technology is the need of the hour. Till now NCERT has not proposed a course or brought out a textbook in this area. The course outlined for this textbook is an attempt to design a friendly course that would not only be contemporary but also leave sufficient scope for expansion into unknown realms of computer activity that may emerge in future. The National Curriculum Framework 2005 recommends that theoretical component of Higher Secondary stage should emphasise on problem solving methods and that the awareness of historical development of key concepts be judiciously integrated into the content of a subject. It also recommends that given the pervasive impact of computer technologies, a course related to this should address this infrastructural challenge seriously and explore viable and innovative alternatives with regard to hardware, software and connectivity technologies appropriate for rural and urban Indian schools.
NCF 2005 states that the book should act as an instrument for achieving social change in order to reduce the divide based on economic class, gender, caste, religion and region. NCF also speaks about tremendous effectiveness of the computer and computing technology in shaping modern society which has created the need for an educated public that can utilise such technology most effectively for the betterment of society and humankind. This book is aligned to these broad guidelines of NCF.
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Presumably, this would be a coveted book for everybody , irrespective of any particular stream of higher secondary stage, for it deals with the real challenges that the discipline is trying to solve. It emphasises development of problem-solving and, equally important, problem formulating skills. It reduces the importance of technology and underscores the need for learning skills to manipulate the technology. It focuses on