G.C.E. A/L - General Information Technology (GIT) - Teachers' Guide

G.C.E. A/L - General Information Technology (GIT) - Teachers' Guide

G.C.E. A/L - General Information Technology (GIT) - Teachers' Guides 

In the modern world, ICT is involved and integrated into every field. The knowledge of ICT has become essential to make an empowered citizen who is confident enough in facing future challenges. Therefore, students should have the basic skills to use ICT. Providing awareness of ICT and orienting to carrier path are the two main aspects considered in the revision of the GIT syllabus, which will contribute to achieving the necessary skills, thereby enabling students to best fit into the challenging society. General Information Technology (GIT) was first introduced in 2002. According to the curriculum revision cycle, the current revision was carried out in 2016 and it will be implemented in schools from 2017 onwards for grade 12. 

General Information Technology (GIT) is a common subject for students in all streams of the G.C.E Advanced Level. The total period allocated for GIT is 60 (40 hours). The national level examination, which is conducted by The Department of Examination of Sri Lanka for GIT, has been held annually since 2005.

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