Domestic Data Entry Operator



Table below depicts the distribution of training hours across various course elements during a period of six months: -

Course Name Domestic Data Entry Operator
Prerequisites to Training 10th Standard
Training Outcomes After completing this programme, participants will be able to: • Undertake data entry services • Manage their work to meet requirements • Maintain a healthy, safe and secure working environment
Sr.No. Module Key Learning Outcomes
1. Data Entry Services Theory Duration (hh:mm) 60:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 192:00 Corresponding NOS Code SSC/N3002 • Obtain information from customer/client to be entered. • Adhere to organizational processes and policies to record and perform the service request. • Revert to the customer on a reasonable estimate time of delivering the desired outcome. • Prioritize service requests according to organizational guidelines. • Transcribe, enter, and verify data from multiple sources. • Verify accuracy of transcribed data with the source document and correct any errors. • Escalate, seek advice from specialists if the problem is beyond competence or experience factor. • Make appropriate corrections for any error messages that arise, while entering data. • Organize source documents and filing relative to data entered. • Ensure security storage and back up of data files. • Share progress or any delays in the process with customers.
2. Self and Work Management Theory Duration (hh:mm) 30:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 70:00 Corresponding NOS Code SSC/N9001 • Comprehend your work requirements, output, target with appropriate people as per organization policy. • Use your time and resources judiciously. • Keep the workplace clean and operate in a tidy environment. • Treat confidential information correctly.
3. Managing Health and Safety Theory Duration (hh:mm) 10:00 Practical Duration (hh:mm) 38:00 Corresponding NOS Code SSC/N9003 • Comply/adhere with your organization’s current health, safety and security policies and procedures. • Be aware about correct emergency procedures. • Report to supervisor or authorised personnel, if any hazard is identified.