Informatics Practices Made Comprehensive is a complete reference for students studying in Class 12 in schools affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education. The book follows the 2010-2011 syllabus set by the National Council of Educational Research and Training, giving students complete coverage of the topics. It explains topics such as Computer Networking and helps students understand what is Open Source Software. It further elaborates how Java works in NetBeans IDE and how Relational Databases are set up and monitored. It then explains how IT applications are developed, giving readers real life inputs about the software lifecycle. The book is a must-have for class 12 computer science students.
About the Authors
Prof. Satish Jain is an Indian academician who completed his Master’s degree in Computer Science at the Indian Institute of Science, Kanpur.
Shashi Singh is an Indian academician and a MCA and M.Phil. graduate, with years of experience at the high school level.