Assessment shall have 100 Maximum marks. The Minimum marks for passing shall be 40. Minimum marks scored in continuous comprehensive assessment will be prequalifying criteria for appearing for final examination.

  • Final Assessment:100 marks
  • Continuous Comprehensive Assessment: 50 marks
  • Final Online Examination: 50 marks
Topics for Final Examination
Objective Topics Practical Topics
Internet, The Web and Electronic Commerce Windows 10
System Software MS-Word 2013 OR Open Office.org Writer
The System Unit MS-Excel 2013 OR Open Office.org Calc
Input and Output MS-PowerPoint 2013 OR Open Office.org Impress
Secondary Storage Internet Explorer 7.0 OR Mozilla
MS-Outlook 2013 OR Mozilla Mail

Examination Pattern
  1. Duration of Exam: 60 minutes (1 Hour)
  2. Total Questions: 50, Total Marks: 50
  3. Marks per Question : 1
  4. All the questions in the examination are divided into 3 levels.
    • Level 1 = Low difficulty level
    • Level 2 = Medium difficulty level
    • Level 3 = High difficulty level
  5. Exam Pattern: Level wise distribution of questions and Marks
    Level Difficulty No. of questions Marks per question Maximum Marks
    Objective Practical Total
    1 Low 6 14 20 1 20
    2 Medium 6 14 20 20
    3 High 3 7 10 10
    TOTAL 15 35 50 50


In case if a learner is not successful in the first attempt of the exam, he/ she may appear for a re-examination by paying a re-examination fee of Rs.250/- to Authorized Learning Centre ALC), whom s/he has registered with. A learner can appear for maximum two re-exams. Fees for each event is charged separately.

  • Aforesaid amount of Rs 250 /- does not include Training or any other services except allowing the Learner to reappear for one specific reexam event.

Details HS-CIT@ALC
(HS-CIT Regular) Mode
HS-CIT Online
Extension If the student does not complete the course within the stipulated time or schedule, he / she will be sent to the next Exam Event If the student does not complete the course within the stipulated time or schedule, he / she will have to re-enter
Re-Exam In case of failure / absence of first attempt of examination, such students will have to pay re-examination fee for further examination and only two additional opportunities. He / she will have to re-enter if he / she fails the first attempt of the exam