A1: The computer literacy program of the Society is an outcome of the recommendation of National Task Force on Information Technology and Software Development. This course is designed to aim at imparting a basic level IT Literacy program for the common man. This program has essentially been conceived with an idea of giving an opportunity to the common man to attain computer literacy thereby contributing to increased and speedy PC penetration in different walks of life. After completing the course the incumbent should be able to the use the computer for basic purposes of preparing his/her personal/business letters, viewing information on Internet (the web), receiving and sending mails, preparing his business presentations, preparing small databases etc. This helps the small business communities, housewives, etc. to maintain their small accounts using the computers and enjoy in the world of Information Technology. This course is, therefore, designed to be more practical oriented.

A2: The detailed syllabus is available on NIELIT website i.e. www.nielit.gov.in/pdf/ccc/ccc_syllabus.pdf

A3: Normally the CCC course duration is 80 hours (Theory: 25 hrs + Practical: 50 hrs. + Tutorial: 5 hrs.)

A4: The candidates can appear in the NIELIT CCC Examination either through NIELIT approved Institutes which are permitted to conduct CCC Course and having obtained E-Provisional no. / Registration no. or as Direct applicant irrespective of any educational qualifications.

A5: Since this is a course on computer appreciation, there is no minimum or maximum age limit for applying for CCC Examination.

A6: The candidates can apply for the CCC examination through online mode only. The candidate can apply for the CCC examination through online facility of examination form and fee submission offered by NIELIT. The URL for the student online portal is student.nielit.gov.in

A7: The examination fee is Rs 500.00 + Service tax as applicable.

A8: No.

Examination Time period for online filling
of Examination form payment
Date of Commencement
of Examination
February Nov 01- Dec 31 1st Saturday of February
March January 01-31 1st Saturday of March
April February 01-28/29 1st Saturday of April
May March 01-31 1st Saturday of May
June April 01-30 1st Saturday of June
August May 01 - June 30 1st Saturday of August
September July 01-31 1st Saturday of September
October August 01-31 1st Saturday of October
November September 01-30 1st Saturday of November
December October 01-31 1st Saturday of December

A10: w.e.f 1-Feb-2014, no documents are required to be submit at NIELIT Centre.

A11: The candidate/institute make the payment through the following modes : -
i) Online (Credit/ Debit card/ Netbanking)
ii) NEFT
iii) CSC-SPV

A12: W.e.f 1-Feb-2014, there is no need to submit any documents/certificates at NIELIT Centres.

A13: The details of Regional Center vis-à-vis state are available on the website of NIELIT www.nielit.gov.in/student411ccc.htm

A14: Only 1 paper.

A15: 50% marks are the minimum marks required.

A16: The examination is conducted in Online mode i.e. no pen/pencil/paper is required.

A17: The examination of CCC comprise of 100 objective type questions of 1 mark each, and the candidate is required to attempt the 100 questions in 90 minutes. There is no negative marking.

A18: Normally, the exam centres allotted to candidates is according to his/her centre choice (city) filled by the candidate. NIELIT have right to allot the other exam centre that has not filled by candidate.

A19: No.

A20: Yes, you can apply again in other exam cycle. No, there is no limit yet.

A21: Yes, you can apply again in other exam cycle.

A22: The Candidate can check the status at http://student.nielit.gov.in

A23: The admit card can be downloaded from the student online portal http://student.nielit.gov.in. The admit card is according to details furnished by the candidates in OEAF. No correction request will be entertained.

A24: The result will be declared on the NIELIT website http://student.nielit.gov.in.

A25: Under normal circumstances, the result will be declared after 15 days from the completion of examination cycle.

A26: The examination result is represented as grades. The legend of grades is: D: 50% – 54%, C: 55% – 64%, B: 65% – 74%, A: 75% – 84%, S: 85% and over, F : Fail (<50 p="">

A27: No.

A28: The CCC certificates to the successful candidates will be issued by the NIELIT.

A29: With effect from November 2014, digitally signed e-certificates are being issued to the candidates who pass the CCC examination conducted by NIELIT. The digitally signed e-certificates can be downloaded by the successful candidates from the website of NIELIT nielit.gov.in/certificate. Successful candidates can save the pdf file of e-certificate of CCC for future use.

A30: No correction request will be entertained by NIELIT for on-line examination application form submission, implemented with effect from 5-Sep-2013. The correction request will be entertained only for off-line form filled by the candidates prior to launch of online portal(http://student.nielit.gov.in). The guidelines are given at Notification_for_Reissuance.pdf

A31: A duplicate certificate is issued to those candidates whose certificate has been lost / mutilated. The guidelines are given at Notification_for_Reissuance.pdf

A32: This occurs when the digital certificate and digital signature associated with the PDF file have not yet been verified on your computer system. You need to verify the digital signatures on your computer system.

A33: The steps to validate digital signatures are provided at the website of NIELIT Steps_to_Verify_Digital_Certificate.pdf. After validation of digital signatures, the digital signature should now display a check mark.


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