Exclusion of Certain Topics from the Paper-7A/6A of IPCC/PCC- Information Technology from November, 2012 Examination and Onwards

Posted: 11/09/2012 in ICAI
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Exclusion of Certain Topics from the Paper-7A/6A of IPCC/PCC- Information Technology from November, 2012 Examination and Onwards

Important Announcement

This is to inform all students that while reviewing topics included in the Paper-7A/6A of IPCC/PCC – Information Technology, it is observed that some of the topics are not at all relevant in the present day context and thus it has been decided that no question be asked from such topics from November 2012 examination and onwards till the syllabus is thoroughly revised. Hence, no questions will be asked from the following topics in November, 2012 examination and onwards:-

Chapter/Unit

Number and Name

Syllabus

Page Numbers in

Study Material

Chapter – 1

 

Unit-I- Introduction to Computers

 

Unit-II Input and Output Devices

 

(a) Computer Hardware

 

Classification of Computers – Personal Computer, Workstation, Servers and Super computers

 

Computer Components – CPU, Inputs output devices, Storage devices, Storage devices

 

(b) Bus, I/O CO Processors, Ports (Serial, parallel, USB ports), Expansion slots, Add on cards, On board chips, LAN cards, Multimedia cards, Cache Memory, Buffers, Controllers and drivers

 

1.1- 1.105

Chapter-IV: Internet and other Technologies

 

EDI

 

4.48 – 4.53

Director, Board of Studies

Click here to download the above Announcement in PDF Format- Exclusion of Certain Topics from the Paper-7A/6A of IPCC/PCC – Information Technology from November, 2012 Examination and onwards.

Source: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.

 

 

 

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