ANN I-A (CCII) 2009-10 DIPLOMA IN PUBLISHING AND AUTOMATED TYPESETTING REGULATIONS AND SYLLABUS FOR DIPLOMA IN PUBLISHING AND AUTOMATED TYPESETTING Offered by BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY, COIMBATORE FROM 2009 3 2010 Under the CENTRE FOR COLLABOARTION OF INDUSTRY AND INSTIUTIONS (CCII) COLLABORATIVE PROGRAMME Bharathiar University, Coimbatore 3 641046. Centre for Collaboration of Industry and Institutions (CCII) DIPLOMA IN PUBLISHING AND AUTOMATED TYPESETTING REGULATIONS AND SYLLABUS REGULATIONS 1. Description of course/objective of the course This course is designed to prepare technicians with specialized skills, knowledge and attitude to work in finance and accounting field .The program will be conducted by any one of the approved institutions of the Centre for Collaboration of Industry and Institutions (CCII) Bharathiar University as a Collaborative Program.
2. Eligibility a. A pass in 10 th Examination or Equivalent Examination recognized by University / Tamil Nadu Government.
3. Duration of the Course The Course shall extend over a period of 12 months (2 Semester). 4.
Courses and scheme of examination SEMESTER I Course No. Course Title University examination Credits Internal External 1. Theory Fundamentals of Printing and Publishing 50 50 4 2.
Theory Word Processing and Page Making (Practical) 50 50 4 3. Theory Graphic Designing using Coreldraw 50 50 4 SEMESTER II ... more. less.
4. Theory Designing with In Design 50 50 4 5.<br><br> Theory Working with Photoshop 50 50 4 6. Theory English and Tamil Typing (Fully Internal) 100 - 4 5. Practical Training Being a practical oriented program, the focus will be more on practical training.<br><br> The candidate shall undergo practical training of the computer laboratory of Amaze Multimedia or other computer laboratories of Bharathiar University affiliated institutions. 6. Requirement to appear for examination Candidate should put in a minimum of 90% attendance to appear for the examinations.<br><br> 7. Passing minimum To pass " A candidate shall secure a minimum of 50% in the University examination for practical and theory and overall 50% in each of the paper (Internal + External) to pass the examination. A candidate failing in any one of the components has to reappear for that particular component in the supplementary examinations.<br><br> 8. Classification of successful candidate " A candidate who obtains 75% and above, aggregate in theory and practical examinations, in the first attempt shall be deemed to have passed the examination with distinction. " A candidate who obtains from 60% to 74% of the aggregate in theory and practical examinations, in the first attempt shall be deemed to have passed the examination in the first class.<br><br> " Other Successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examination in the Second class. Conferment of degree A candidate who has passed all the examination as prescribed shall be eligible to receive the DIPLOMA IN PUBLISHING AND AUTOMATED TYPESETTING d from Bharathiar University. 9.<br><br> Course Material Course Material shall be supplied by Genesis, House of Accountants. 10. Revision of Regulation and syllabus The syllabus and regulations of the courses are subject to modification by the University whenever necessary.<br><br> 11. Question Paper Pattern Theory examination will be for 100 marks with the following components which will be converted into 60 marks. " Multiple Choice / one word answers: 20x1=20 marks(no choice) " Short notes(100 words / one paragraph) : 5x6=30 marks(either/or type) Descriptive (300 words 1 ½ page) : 5x10=50 marks(either/or type) Diploma in Publishing & Automated Typestting Syllabus Semester I Paper 1: Fundamentals of Printing and Publishing Overall Objective: At the end of the program the students will be able to understand the basics of different kinds of printings and complete processes involved in publishing.<br><br> Specific Objective: The students will be able to apply this knowledge in every other subject covered in the course. If the students understand the processes involved then learning and applying the operations will be easier. Unit 1: Types of Printing Introduction 3 Letterpress printing 3 Lithography 3 Offset Printing- Principles involved in different printing processes - Machines for letterpress, Offset, Gravure, Flexography and Screen Printing- Web Offset- Printing Materials Unit 2: Processes involved in Printing Print Design and Products - Factors involved in Print planning, Typography and Design principles, various kinds of printed products - their formats, Designing factors, colour application- Film Assembly and Plate Making - Binding And Finishing Unit 3: Typesetting Selection of Types of various jobs - Style of the House, style of the work casting off, Typesetting for various kinds of jobs, Proofing methods.<br><br> -Basic structure of Computer, Hardware - Input and Output Devices, Software - operating system; - Software used in Desktop Publishing; Digital imaging method, Scanners, Image Editing, Colour Correction, Colour Management, Laser Printer - Paper, Polymaster - Methods of Colour Proofing, Care and Maintenance of Computer Division. Unit 4: Fonts and Graphics Font styles 3 Dimensions of Fonts 3 Loading and operating vernacular font- different types of fonts 3 Text File Formats - Vector Graphics 3 Raster Graphics 3 Graphic file formats. Unit 5: Desktop publishing DTP operator 9s arsenal 3 Page setting- Character-level & paragraph level formatting 3 Hyphenation 3 alignments 3indentation 3 single sided and double sided documentation.<br><br> Generic process in DTP. Reference: DTP by Unicorn & Book for DTP designers by BICG PAPER 2: WORD PROSSEING & PAGE MAKING (PRACTICAL) Overall Objective: At the end of this module the students will be well versed with word processing Microsoft Word and PageMaker. Specific Objective: The Students will be able to compose a complete book formatting.<br><br> Unit 1: Fundamentals of word processing Editing and Selecting Text - Copy, Cut paste Drag & Drop -Undo Checking Spelling -Using bold - bullets and indents effectively- Bullets & Numbering- Indent Margins - Text Alignment - Page Break - Page numbering Unit 2: Document style & Add-ons Equation Editor - Creating and Editing Headers and Footers - Inserting and formatting tables - Inserting and formatting columns- Placing horizontal and vertical graphics lines within a document - Inserting graphics & symbols - Using - Using styles to define 3 headings - - Applying a Style - Removing a Style - Style Sheet - Saving as a template Unit 3: Working with PageMaker Navigating in PageMaker -PageMaker Environment Elements - Navigating a PageMaker - Document - Creating a Document - Document Setup and Saving - Using Text - Using and Importing Graphics - Multi-Page Documents -Multi-Page Document Setup - Master Pages Inserting Pages and Working with Text Unit 4: Frames, Texts, Graphics in PageMaker Working with Frames - Creating Text Frames - Formatting Text - Character Formatting - Paragraph Formatting - Working with Indents, Tabs, and Rules - Graphics - Working with Text and Graphics - Attaching Text to a Frame - Bullets and numbering, Drop Capitals and Table of Contents 3 Indexes - - Working with multiple pages - Story Editor Unit 5: All about Book Work Introduction 3 Book lists - Building booklets 3 Completing the book Reference: USING MICROSOFT WORD - ASMITA BHATT PAGEMAKER IN EASY STEPS - SCOTT BASHAM CTOA Material by GENESIS Paper 3: Graphic Designing using CorelDraw Overall Objective: At the end of this paper the students will be able to work in CorelDraw Unit 1: Introduction to CorelDRAW Getting Started - Moving Around and Viewing Drawings - Basic Drawing Skills Selecting and Manipulating Objects - Drawing and Shaping Objects - Arranging Objects Unit 2: Using Text Working With Text - Working With Objects - Outlining and Filling Objects - Using Symbols and Clipart - Transforming Objects Unit 3: Adding Special Effects Special Effects - Creating Output - Exporting Drawings - Printing Unit 4: Customizing CorelDRAW Introduction - Customizing Options - Using Text and Color - Working With Color - Working With Paragraph Text - Special Text Effects - Layouts and Layers - Special Page Layouts - Arranging Objects - Using Layers Unit 5: Styles and Templates Using Styles and Templates - Advanced Effects - Special Interactive Effects - Custom Creation Tools - Working With Bitmaps - CorelTRACE and Corel R.A.V.E. Reference: CorelDraw IN Simple Steps 3 Shalini Gupta CorelDRAW Bible - DEBORAH MILLER Semester II Paper 4: Designing with InDesign Overall Objective: At the end of this paper the students will be able to work in the latest design tools Unit 1: Palettes, Workspace Layout & Document Set-up Using Adobe Bridge 3Palettes 3Workspaces -Toolbox, Control strip, Contextual Menu - New Documents - Rulers & Grids - Views & Navigation -Opening other document types - Basic Text entry -Text Frames - Character formatting - Paragraph formatting -Text Distortions and Utilities - Text flowing & frames - Importing text Unit 2: Objects & Color Object Styles - InDesign Snippets - Creating and working with objects -Creating frames & frame types - Duplicate, Transform, Arrange, etc.- Grouping, Measuring, Locking -Colour Palettes: Mixers, Swatches etc - Colour/Ink types - Creating mixed inks & Tints -Gradient swatches -Eyedropper and Overprinting -Customising Object Appearance -Fills & Strokes -Transparency & Drop Shadows - Pen & Bezier tools -Path tools in InDesign Unit 3: Images & Text Effects File Types - Importing and options - Image Frames: simple, compound & custom - Fitting images: Control Palette and shortcuts - Inline graphics -Clipping Paths, Alpha channels, Viewing -Spacer image - Text Wrap: Options and Palette - Text on Paths - Rules Unit 4: Page Layout & Books Page Palette and working with pages - Text Flow and Links - Master Pages -Numbering Pages -Making & Packaging Books - Contents & Index creation 3 Layers: Layers Palette -Moving across layers 3 Libraries: Using InDesign libraries - Tabs & Tables -Setting Tabs -Tables: data & layout - Styling Text & Find/Replace Functions 3 Spelling - Find/Replace -Story Editor -Styling options: Drop Caps, Leading etc. -Creating Styles: Paragraph & Character Unit 5: Output & Exporting Print, Separation, Flattening -Print options - PostScript, preflighting and Packaging - Other features - Producing PDF files with Export...- Preferences & Custom Set-ups -Setting InDesign s preferences Reference: Adobe Indesign CS One-On-One - DEKE MCCLELLAND ADOBE INDESIGN: CLASSROOM IN A BOOK by ADOBE Press ADOBE INDESIGN CS2 BIBLE - GALEN GRUMAN Paper 5: Working with PhotoShop Overall Objective: Students completing this module will be able to do the following " Overview the Interview " Retouching and Repairing " Work with selections " Create layers " Create a Mask and Channels " Correcting and Enhancing " Slice and Link an Image " Create Rollovers " Animate GIF Images " Vectors & Bitmaps Unit 1: Introduction Vector Shapes and Bitmaps - Explore the Photoshop Environment - Using the File Browser Unit 2: Basic Photo Corrections Working with Selections - Layer Basics - Masks and Channels - Retouching and Repairing Unit 3: Painting and Editing Basic Pen Tool Techniques - Vector Masks, Paths, and Shapes - Advanced Layer Techniques Unit 4: Creating Special Effects Preparing Images for Two-Color Printing - Composite Images - Creating a Composite Image Creating an Animated GIF -Creating Composite Images Using Photomerge Unit 5: The Finished Product Saving Images for the Web and Creating a Web Gallery - Photoshop Elements Print Options 3 Basics of Adobe Illustrator 3 Basics of Acrobat Reader Reference: TEACH YOURSELF ADOBE PHOTOSHOP 3 Rose Carla ADOBE PHOTOSHOP CS CLASSROOM IN A BOOK By Adobe Press<br><br>