What are uses of computer at educational institutionsCBSE Computer Science Class V 2012

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What are uses of computer at educational institutions?CBSE Computer Science Class V-2012

What are uses of computer at educational institutions?CBSE Computer Science Class V-2012


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CBT (Computer Based Training)
- Computer Based Training (CBT) offers a low cost solution to training needs where you need to train a large amount of people on a single subject.
- These programs are normally supplied on CD-ROM and combine text, graphics and sound.
-Packages range from general encyclopaedias right through to learning a foreign language.
- Connecting to the Web
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1. Automated Production Systems
- Many car factories are almost completely automated and the cars are assembled by computer-controlled robots.
- This automation is becoming increasingly common throughout industry.
2.Design Systems
- Many products are designed using CAD (Computer Aided Design) programs to produce exact specifications and detailed drawings on the computer before producing models of new products.
3.Stock Control
- Stock control is ideal for automation and in many companies it is now completely computerized.
- The stock control system keeps track of the number of items in stock and can automatically order replacement items when required.
4 Accounts / Payroll-  In most large organizations the accounts are maintained by a computerized system.
- Due to the repetitive nature of accounts a computer system is ideally suited to this task and accuracy is guaranteed.

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