You got the model question papers for Practical Examination, right? If you’ve not downloaded them yet, please find the question papers at http://mcqsets.com/downloads/practical-papers/.
Here in this post I’ll show you solving some of the questions from those sets. I will try to solve as many as possible. Some solutions are demonstrated in videos and some explained in words.
Marks Distribution of Computer Operator Practical Examination
The practical exams contains 50 marks and you are given 45 minutes. The mark distribution is as follows:
Devnagari Typing – 15 marks – 10 minutes
English Typing – 5 marks – 5 minutes
Typing test is conducted separately for the time and marks as above. The remaining 30 minutes is given for the rest of the questions
WordProcessing (MS Word) – 12 marks
Electronic Spreadsheet (MS Excel) – 12 marks
Database Management System (MS Access)- 3 marks
Presentation System (MS PowerPoint) – 3 marks
Are the questions in practical examination hard?
Well, they are not that difficult once you have intermediate level of skills on Office Package and HTML language. The most important thing in practical examination is to manage the available time efficiently so that you can attempt all the questions correctly.
Having a good typing speed definitely helps you to save time while performing different tasks. Moreover, there is a separate typing test of typing of 20 marks.
I’ve designed the model question papers in such a way that you need intermediate and advanced level of skills to attempt all of the questions within allocated time. If you can solve all of these model practical sets, you are already in comfort zone. If not, work hard. You have one complete month to prepare.
I’m trying to create as many video demonstrations as time allows. And while doing this, I understand the two major factors – Internet Speed (I know we don’t have high speed Internet in Nepal and its somewhat difficult to get continuous stream of YouTube Videos. I suggest you to find some YouTube downloader and get the file in your computer and watch offline) and the video length (If I try to make videos shorter, I won’t be able to explain the things in detail it should, and if I make videos longer, it will take much time to download and watch). Because we don’t have any other better alternative, I guess this is the only way we need to proceed. I tried to explain the steps in text too and realized that it is almost impossible to demonstrate the practical steps in words. If you have any suggestions, you are most welcome to discuss.
So, don’t get scared with the questions. Believe me, they are much more easier than you guess. However, when you’re out to hunt deers, you should carry a few bullets for tigers as well. And in the Second Bank of Practical Model Question Papers, I’ve tried to collect all those bullets that will work for the tigers!
My best wishes are with you. Stay focused and start the best preparation!
Let’s begin with first set. I’m giving hints to all of the questions from Set 1.
Model Question Paper for Practical Examination of Computer Operator Set 1
First of all, make your working folder on desktop and name it your symbol number. You can find your symbol number printed on your admit card.
Right click the desktop and choose New >> Folder (Alternately, you can click on empty area of desktop and press Ctrl+Shift+N). You’ll see an icon of a folder on desktop and description highlighted. Simply type your symbol number and hit Enter.
Question Number A1
This is a simple question. Open Microsoft Word if you have not already (Windows key + R, then type Winword and hit Enter). When MS Word loads, start typing the given text. Remember to superscript (Ctrl+Shift+=) the characters st, nd and rd on second paragraph. Don’t forget to underline (Ctrl + U) the word Computer in third paragraph. Finally, Press Alt + Ctrl + C to create copyright symbol on the last line and make it right aligned.
Save the file inside your working directory with given file name.
Question Number A2
Place the insertion line inside first paragraph and click Format >> Drop Cap (Office 2003) or Insert ribbon >> Drop Cap button on Text group >> Drop Cap Options (Office 2007 or 2010). Click Dropped from position, choose Algerian from Font and type 0.4 in the ‘Distance from text’ box.
Click OK to apply and close Drop Cap dialog box.
Question Number A3
Select second paragraph (triple click the paragraph) and go to Format >> Columns (Office 2003) or from ‘Page Layout’ ribbon click Columns >> More Columns on Page Layout group (Office 2007 or 2010).
Type 3 in ‘Number of columns’ box and remove mark from ‘Equal column width’ check box. Type 1, 4 and 1 on the Width box of first, second and third columns respectively. Mark the ‘Line between’ check box.
Remember there should be ‘Selected text’ in ‘Apply to’ box. Click OK to apply and close the Columns dialog box.
If it does not accept the 1,4,1 column width, you should decrease the margins so as to provide sufficient writing space to accommodate three columns and space between columns.
Question Number A4
Select third paragraph. Open Format >> Boarder and Shading (Office 2003) or Home ribbon >> Border button on Paragraph box >> Borders and Shading (Office 2007 or 2010).
Click on Shading tab and choose gray color from Fill box. Click Borders tab and choose double line from Style box, blue from Color box and 1 1/2 pt from Width box.
Make sure ‘Paragraph’ is selected on Apply to box.
Question Number A5
Place the insertion line inside third paragraph and open Paragraph dialog box (Format >> Paragraph in Office 2003 or Home ribbon >> Paragraph dialog launcher in Office 2007 or 2010)
Choose Justified in Alignment box. Type 2 in Left and Right boxes under Indentation group.
Click OK to apply and close Paragraph dialog box.
Question Number A6
Click on View >> Header and Footer (Office 2003) or Insert ribbon >> Header >> Edit Header (Office 2007 or 2010). Type the given text in header box. Click Close to close header editing screen and come back to Page Layout View.
Click and place the insertion line just after the word ‘Computer’ that is underlined in third paragraph. Go to Insert >> Reference >> Footnote (Office 2003) or References ribbon >> Insert Footnote button (Office 2007 or 2010). Type given text in footnote area.
Press Shift + F5 to return to your earlier position.
Solution Video using Word 2003
Solution Video using Word 2010
Question Number B1
Start Microsoft Excel if you have not it already (Press Windows Key + R and then type Excel and hit Enter).
Enter the given data in columns A and B and save it with the given file name.
Question Number B2
Place the cell pointer in B3 to calculate Rate. Enter the formula
= IF ( AND ( B2 < 5, B1 > 100000) , 14 , 8 )
Question Number B3
Place the cell pointer in B4 and type following formula to calculate Interest
= B1 * B2 * B3 / 100
Question Number B4
Place the cell pointer in B4 and go to Tools >> Goal Seek (Office 2003) or Data ribbon >> What If Analysis on Data Tools group >> Goal Seek (Office 2007 or 2010)
Type 80000 in To Value box, type B2 in ‘By changing cell’ box. Click OK.
Goal Seek will display status dialog box with required value in B2. Click OK to accept it.
Question Number B5
Select the data area. Go to Format >> Cells (Office 2003) or, Home ribbon >> Cells Group >> Format >> Format Cells
Click on Border tab. Choose thin line and click on Inside button. Now choose thick line and click on Outline. Click OK.
Question Number B6
To set header and footer go to File >> Page Setup and then Header/Footer tab (Office 2003). Click on Custom Header button and enter the given text in the header box. Similarly, click on Custom Footer and place insertion line in any of the footer box. Now click page number button just above the boxes.
Question Number C1
Open MS Access if you have not already (Windows Key + R, type msaccess and hit enter)
Create a new database and name it with given file name. (File >> New >> Blank database… Choose your working folder to save file in and enter the name provided to save database file.
Click on Tables object and Create table in Design view. Create the given fields by entering field name and selecting suitable field type. Don’t forget to make StudID as primary key. Save the table as Student.
Similarly, create table Fees and make FeesID primary key.
Question Number C2
Open Fees table in Design View and change field type of StudID to run Lookup Wizard. Select StudName to display when entering value for StudID field.
Question Number C3
Because the query fields are from both of the tables, you should use both of them. To create query,
Click on Queries object and double click Create query in Design view. Select both the tables and click Add on ‘Show Table’ dialog box. Close the Show Table dialog box.
Drag FeesDate from Fees table and drop in to the first column of query builder panel. Drag StudName from Students table and drop into second column. Similarly, drag FeesMonth and FeesAmount from Fees table and drop in the third and fourth columns.
Save the query and run to see the result.
Question Number D1
Start PowerPoint if you have not done already. (Windows Key + R, type powerpnt and hit Enter)
PowerPoint starts with a blank presentation. From Format menu choose Slide Layout. Choose a layout with Title and Text.
Enter ‘Computer Generations’ as title five generations as text.
Question Number D2
Select the text box of text area and click Slide Show >> Custom Animations. Click on Add Effect >> Entrance >> Fly In.
Save the presentation file with given file name inside your working folder.
Question Number E1
Type following HTML code in Notepad.
< marquee > ICT Trends Computer Operator Exam Preparation < / marquee >
Question Number E2
Add following HTML code in your notepad file:
< img src = “yourimage.jpg” width = “400px” height = “300px” >
Question Number E3
Add following HTML code in your notepad file:
< ul >
< li > First < /li >
< li > Second < /li >
< li > Third < /li >
< li > Fourth < /li >
< li > Fifth < /li >
< /ul >
Solution to Model Question Paper Set 2 for Computer Operator Practical Examination
Solution to Q. No. 1
Solution to Q. No. 2
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