Syllabus and Exam Weightage for Class 7 Computer Science

The CBSE Syllabus for Class 7 Computer Application includes many intriguing and informative chapters. The Pattern for class 7 computer science exams is quite tricky and lengthy, students are suggested to use the study materials provided by Extramarks. 
The study materials provided by Extramarks on CBSE 7 Computer Application Syllabus is easily understandable. 

Here are the names of the chapters included in the CBSE 7th Computer Application Syllabus- 

1. Know Your Computer  
2. How does Computer Work?  
3. Number System  
4. Microsoft Windows  
5. Formulas and Functions  
6. Advance features of Excel  
7. Using Excel as Database  
8. Log on to Flash  
9. Working on to Flash  
10. Working with Flash  
11. Working with Layers  
12. Internet  
13. Introduction to Adobe Photoshop  
14. Surfing Net and Email  
15. The Virus  
16. Adobe Photoshop 
17.  Algorithms  
18. QBASIC Statements  
19. Graphics in QBASIC  
20. Looping Statements  
21. Office 2007 Overview  
22. Introduction to Web Design-I

Modern computers are capable of following generic operating systems, called programs. Such programs allow computers to perform a vast array of tasks. A "complete" device may be referred to as a computer system, including the hardware, operating system (main software), and peripheral equipment required and used for "complete" operation. This term can also be used for a group of computers, especially a computer network or computer cluster, that are linked and working together. Computers are used as control systems for a wide range of consumer and industrial products. The Internet is operating on machines, linking hundreds of millions of other devices and their users. 

Input-Output is the way a computer shares data with the world outside. Devices which provide the computer with input or output are called peripherals. Peripherals on a standard personal computer include input devices such as the keyboard and mouse and output devices such as the monitor and the printer. Hard disk drives, floppy disk drives, and optical disk drives serve as both machines for input and output. Computer networking represents another type of I/O. I/O devices are often individually complex machines, with their own CPU and memory. A graphics processing unit that contains fifty or more tiny computers performing the calculations required to display 3D graphics. Modern desktop computers contain several smaller computers that help the main CPU perform I/O. 

It might get difficult for some students to understand all the chapters of the CBSE Class 7 Computer Science syllabus. Students are strongly recommended to refer to the study materials provided by Extramarks on CBSE 7th Computer Application Syllabus.

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