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  1. PROJECT ON :- INPUT DEVICES NAME :- AKHIL SETHIYA CRO NUMBER :- CRO05****3 THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA(ICAI) 2.   This is to certify that…
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  • 1. PROJECT ON :- INPUT DEVICES NAME :- AKHIL SETHIYA CRO NUMBER :- CRO05****3 THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF INDIA(ICAI)
  • 2.   This is to certify that AKHIL SETHIYA 0f IPCC has satisfactory carried on his project report for INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PRACTICAL EXAMINATION .  The project work on communication was performed and done by the candidate himself under supervision of IT Department.  His approach to the project was sincere and satisfactory.  His keen interest, sincere efforts and constant persuasion during the project helps him in project completion. CERTIFICATE
  • 3.   I am very thankful to our ITT faculties “Mrs. Shweta Nyati” for providing me an opportunity to work on this project and for giving their blessings and encouragement.  It is a matter of great pride and pleasure to express our indebtedness and warm gratitude to our IT staff for their keen interest, unceasing assistance and constructive at every step of this project work.  I am also thankful to The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) for including the project work in syllabus. I thank them all for their simulating efforts.  I have gained a lot of knowledge during those 100 hours of training. Your confidence in me has made this training successful. ACKNOWLEGEMENT
  • 4.  INPUT DEVICES Input / Output devices are those devices that allows computer to perform specific tasks as follows:- • Receive information for processing. • Return information after processing. • Store information
  • 5.  CATEGORIES OF INPUT DEVICES TEXT INPUT DEVICES Keyboard, etc POINTING DEVICES Mouse, Light Pen, etc GAMING DEVICES Joystick, Gamepads, etc IMAGE, VIDEO DEVICES Image Scanner, Web Camera, etc AUDIO INPUT DEVICES Microphones CATEGORIES OF INPUT DEVICES
  • 6.  EXAMPLES OF INPUT DEVICES •Keyboard • Mouse • Trackball • Speakers • Scanner • Joystick • Web Camera • Biometrics •Graphical Tablet • Touch Screen • Digitized Tablet • Digital Pen • MICR Device • OBR Device • OCR Device • OMR Device • Voice/Speech Recognition Device •Stylus
  • 7. KEYBOARD MOUSE SCANNER BIOMETRI CS
  • 8.  KEYBOARD A keyboard is an input device, partially modeled after the typewriter keyboard.
  • 9.  TYPES OF KEYBOARD KEYBOARD STANDARD(QWERTY) NON-STANDARD
  • 10.  STANDARD KEYBOARD •A basic computer keyboard that does not have any advanced features has 84 keys. • The multimedia computer keyboard has 101 keys and these keys are often referred to as shortcuts or hot keys. • Some multimedia keyboards have 104 keys and such devices provide more features as compared to a keyboard with 101 keys.
  • 11.  NON-STANDARD KEYBOARD •Non-Standard Keyboard let the user type in characters or commands by pressing a combination of keys. • The chorded keyboard design is typically used for hand-held computers that cannot accommodate standard-sized keyboards.
  • 12.  MOUSE A mouse is a pointing device which is used to control & move the cursor on the screen. “The first computer mouse underside view held by inventor Douglas Engelbart”.
  • 13.  MOUSE BUTTONS This input device controls the cursor on the computer screen. It has two or three buttons and a cable connecting it to the computer. It is quite easy to operate a mouse, the user simply moves the cursor along the table. Once the cursor is at the desired location, the user can give instructions to the computer by clicking the button.
  • 14.  TYPES OF MOUSE Serial Mouse USB Mouse Cordless Mouse Laser Mouse Optical Mouse Mechanical Mouse
  • 15.  SERIAL MOUSE USB MOUSE CORDLESS MOUSE LASER MOUSE OPTICAL MOUSE MECHANICAL MOUSE
  • 16.  SCANNER •A scanner is a device that optically scans images, printed text, handwriting, or an object, and converts it to a digital image. • Scanners typically read red- green-blue color (RGB) data from the array. This data is then processed with some proprietary algorithm to correct for different exposure conditions, and sent to the computer via the device's input/output interface
  • 17.  TYPES OF SCANNER Drum Scanner  Flatbed Scanner  Sheetfed Scanner  Film Scanner  Handheld Scanner  Cardscan Scanner
  • 18.  DRUM SCANNER FLATBED SCANNER SHEETFED SCANNER FILM SCANNER HANDHELD SCANNER CARDSCAN SCANNER
  • 19.  BIOMETRICS • When referring to computers and security, biometrics is the identification of a person by the measurement of their biological features. For example, a user identifying themselves to a computer or building by their finger print or voice is considered biometrics identification. • When compared to a password, this type of system is much more difficult to fake since it is unique to the person. Below is a listing of some known biometric devices.
  • 20.  TYPES OF BIOMETRICS Face Scanner Hand Scanner Finger Retina or Iris Scanner Voice Scanner
  • 21.  FACE SCANNER FINGER SCANNER FINGER SCANNER RETINA SCANNER VOICE SCANNER
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