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Content: SEM PART
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NATIONAL COLLEGE (AUTONOMOUS) Nationally Accredited at "A" Level by NAAC Tiruchirapalli ­ 620 001 Under Graduate Programmers Structure under CBCS (For candidates admitted from the academic year 2013 ­ 2014 onwards) B.Sc (Computer Science)
Course Title
Marks
Total
Instru. Hours / Week Credit Exam Hours
Language Course ­ I (LC)
6
English Language Course - (ELC - I)
6
Core Course ­ I (CC) ­ Programming in C
5
Core Course­ II (CC) ­ programming in C Lab
3
First Allied Course ­I (1AC) ­ Mathematics -I
5
First Allied Course ­II (1AC) ­ Operation Research
3
Skill Based Elective ­ I(SBEC1) - Web Page
2
Designing Using HTML
TOTAL
30
Language Course ­ II (LC)
6
English Language Course - (ELC - II)
4
Communicative English ­ (ELC ­ III)
2
Core Course ­ II(CC) ­ Programming in C++ Lab
3
Core Course­III(CC)­OOPS Using C++
5
First Allied Course ­II (1AC) ­ Operation Research
3
First Allied Course ­III (1AC) - Mathematics ­II
5
Environmental Studies
2
TOTAL
30
Language Course ­ III (LC)
6
English Language Course ­(ELC ­ IV)
4
Communication English ­ (ELC ­ V)
2
Core Course ­ IV(CC) ­ Java Programming
5
Core Course ­ V (CC) ­ Java Lab& data structure
2
Lab
Second Allied Course ­ I (2AC) ­ Physics
5
Second Allied Course ­ II (2AC) ­ Physics Lab
2
Skill Based Elective Course ­ II (SBEC II) ­ VB Script
2
Skill Based Elective Course ­ III (SBECIII) ­ HTML&
2
VB Script Lab
TOTAL
30
Int. Extn. O
3
3 25 75 - 100
3
3 25 75 - 100
5
3 25 75 - 100
3
2 15 30 5 50
3
3 25 75 - 100
-
*
-
-
--
2
3 25 75 - 100
19
550
3
3 25 75 - 100
2
3 25 75 - 100
1
3 25 70 5 100
2
-
15 30 5 50
5
3 25 75 - 100
3
3 25 75 - 100
3
3 25 75 - 100
2
3 25 75 - 100
21
750
3
3 25 75 - 100
2
3 25 75 - 100
1
3 25 70 5 100
5
3 25 75 - 100
2
2 15 30 5 50
3
3 25 75 - 100
-
*
-
--
2
3 25 75 - 100
2
3 25 75 - 100
20
750
I
II
II
year III
IV sem
IV
III year III V sem IV
III year VI III Sem V
Language Course ­ IV (LC)
6
3
English Language Course ­(ELC ­ VI)
6
3
Core Course ­ V (CC) ­ Java Lab& Data Structure
3
3
Lab
Cor Course­VI(CC)­Data Structure and Algorithm
5
5
Second Allied Course ­ II (2AC) -Physics Lab
3
3
Second Allied Course ­ III (2AC)-Physics(Digital
5
3
Electronics)
Non Major Elective Course(NMEC I)­ Basic concept
2
2
of computer science
TOTAL
30
22
Core Course­VII (CC) ­ Visual Basic Programming
5
5
Core Course ­ VIII(CC) ­ Microprocessor and its
5
5
applications
Core Course ­ IX (CC) ­ Data Base Systems
2
-
Core Course ­ X (CC) ­ Visual Basic Lab &
3
3
RDBMS(Oracle) Lab
Major Based Elective Course ­ I (ECI) ­ Software
5
4
Engineering/DOT NET
Major Based Elective Course ­ II (ECII) ­
4
4
Computer Graphics/ E-Commerce
Non Major Elective Course(NMEC ­II) ­
2
2
Internet and its applications
Value Education Course - VEC
2
2
Soft skills
2
2
TOTAL
30
27
Core Course ­ IX (CC) ­ Data base Systems
3
5
Core Course ­ X (CC) ­ Visual Basic Lab &
3
2
RDBMS(Oracle) Lab
Core Course ­XI(CC) ­ Operating System
6
6
Core Course­ XII (CC) ­ Computer Networks
6
6
Core Course ­ XIII(CC) ­ Project Work
6
6
Major based Elective Course ­ (ECIII) ­
5
4
Advertisement Management/Internet Concepts
Gender Studies
1
1
TOTAL Extension Activities TOTAL
30
30
-
1
180
140
3 25 75 - 100 3 25 75 - 100 15 30 5 50
3 25 75 - 100 3 25 70 5 100 3 25 75 - 100
3 25 75 - 100
650 3 25 75 - 100 3 25 75 - 100
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-
--
2 15 30 5 50
3 25 75
100
3 25 75 - 100
3 25 75 - 100
3 25 75 - 100 25 75 - 100 750 3 25 75 - 100 2 15 30 5 50
3 25 75 - 100 3 25 75 - 100 3 25 75 - 100 3 25 75 - 100
3 25 75 - 100
650
-
-
-
--
4000
For the Science Programmes oral test will be conducted for the practical papers and five marks will be allotted and to be included in the External 75 marks.I.e.45 for the Practical lab +5 for the oral test = 50 Marks.
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************************************************************ ENGLISH FOR COMMUNICATION ­ U13E1
Semester : I Instruction Hours/Week:6
English Language Course : I Credit: 3
Unit I :
1.Civilization and History ­ C.E.M. Joad 2. The Fun They Had ­ Issac Asimov
Unit II :
3. Big Numbers and Infinities ­ George Gamow 4. Oil ­ G.C. Thornley
Unit III:
5. An Observation and An Explanation ­ Desmond Morris 6. A Robot about the House ­ M.W.Thring
Unit IV:
7.A Wrong Man in Worker's Paradise ­ Rabindranath Tagore 8. Making Surgery Safe ­ Horace Shipp
Unit V:
9. Using Land Wisely ­ L.Dudley Stam 10. The Karuburator ­ Karel Capek
Text Book: English through Reading, by W.W.S.Baskar and N.S.Prabu, Published by
Macmillan Publishers India Ltd.,
************************************************************ ENGLISH THROUGH EXTENSIVE READING - U13E2
Semester : II Instruction Hours/Week:6 Unit I
English Language Course : II Credit: 3
R.K.Narayan
An Astrologer's Day
Boman Desai
Between the Mosque and the Temple
Unit II
O.Henry
The Gift Of the Magi
Premchand
The Child
Unit III
R.P. Sisodia
The Last Salvation
Kasturi Sreenivasan
I Prepare to gotoCoimbatore
Unit IV
F.E.B. Gray
A Slip of the Tongue
Ruskin Bond
The Eyes are not Here
Unit V
Rabindranath Tagore
The Cabuliwallah
Guy de Maupassant
The Diamond Necklace
Text book
Glimpses of Life ; An Anthology of Short Stories ; Board of Editors [Orient Longman]
************************************************************ Communicative English ­ I ­ U13CE1
Semester : II Instruction Hours/Week:6
Communicative English Course : I Credit: 3
OBJECTIVES 01.
02.
03.
UNIT I
01.
02.
03.
To Facilitate communication To expose the students to various levels/types of communication. To help the students achieve communicative competency At the College on the Campus Outside the class
UNIT II
04.
At the Post office
05.
For Business and Pleasure
06.
Review
UNIT III
07.
08.
Are you Smart? Are you creative?
09.
Is it too hard to improve?
10.
How to win?
UNIT IV
11.
12.
13.
View points Snakes and ladders Your Self
UNIT V Write Text Book
14
Circulars, notes-reminders, warnings, farewells, apology;
15.
Draft invitations ­ marriage, annual day, inaugural functions of
associations, valediction, seminar, workshop.
16.
Draft Short messages- compliments, birthday wishes,
notifications, etc., Draft Posters- Slogans, announcements etc.,
17.
Dialogue writing
***** : Creative English for Communication (2nd edition) by Krishnasamy and Sriraman.
Reference: Websites
www.english club.com www.using english.com Owl-online writing lab MIT-open course ware www.eslcaf.com
************************************************************ ENGLISH FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS ­ U13E3
Semester : III Instruction Hours/Week:6
English Language Course : III Credit: 3
Unit-I: Basics of English (a) Parts of speech (b) Tenses (c) active and passive voice (d) Tag questions Unit ­II: (a) Errors and how to avoid them
(b) Spotting errors (c) Reconstructing passages (d) Prйcis writing
Unit ­III
Reading comprehension
Unit ­IV:
Vocabulary ­ synonyms, antonyms, prefix & suffix, Homonyms, sentence completion,
spelling Phrasal verbs & Idiomatic Expressions.
Unit ­V:
Writing letters and drafting a resume /cv
Types of essays and how to write them
Guidance to a group discussion and
Guidance to attending an interview
Text book :
English for Competitive Examinations by R.P.Bhatnagar & Rajul Bhargava macmillan
India ltd. Delhi.
************************************************************ COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH ­II ­ U13CE2
Semester : III Instruction Hours/Week:6
Communicative English Course : II Credit: 3
Unit-I: Enriching Vocabulary ­ Register Development; who is who; Synonyms, antonyms Active and Passive vocabulary, proverbs Unit ­II: Tense Forms with emphasis on differences between Present and Present Continuous; Past and Present Perfect ­ Framing questions, Auxiliaries, if clauses; conjunctions, and linkers; Prepositions Unit ­III Pronunciation, Good Pronunciation habits, R.P., Greetings, Farewells commands etc., Unit ­IV: Conversational Skills ­ Affirmative or Negative Language ­ idiomatic expressions,
Phrases, Dialogue Writing,
Unit ­V:
Writing Skills ­ Note- taking, note- making, e-mail- Describing an object- narrating
a story
Reference Books
i) A Practical English Grammar by A.J Thomson and A.V. Martinet.
ii) Remedial English Grammar, by F.T. Wood.
iii) English for competitive Examinations by R.P Bhatnagar & Rajul Bhargava.
************************************************************ READING POETRY AND DRAMA ­ U13E4
Semester : IV
English Language Course : IV
Instruction Hours/Week:6
Credit: 3
POETRY
Unit: I
John Milton
: On His Blindness
Oliver Goldsmith
: The village Schoolmaster
William Wordsworth : The Solitary Reaper
UNIT II
P.B.Shelley: Ozymandias
John Keats
: La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Browning
: Incident of the French Camp
UNITIII
John Masfield
: Laugh and Be Merry
Robert Frost
: Stopping By the Woods On a Snow Evening
John Drink water
: The Vagabond
DRAMA
Unit: IV
Anton Chekhov
: The Bear
Norman Mckinnel
: The Bishop's Candlesticks
Unit: V
Fritz Karinthy
: Refund
F.M. Synge
: Riders to the Sea.
Textbooks
1) An Introduction to Poetry edited by A.G.Xavier; [Macmillan]
2) Nine Modern Plays: ed. B.T Reddy, Oxford University Press
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PROGRAMMING IN C ­ U13CS1
Semester : I Instruction Hours/Week : 5
Core Course : I Credit : 5
UNIT ­ I Evolution and Application of C ­ Structure of a C Program ­ Data types ­ Declarations ­ Operators ­ Expressions ­ Type Conversions ­ Built ­ in Functions. UNIT ­ II Data Input and Output ­ Control Statements: IF, ELSE ­ IF, GOTO, SWITCH, WHILE ­ DO, DO ­ WHILE, FOR, BREAK and CONTINUE. UNIT ­ III Functions: Defining and Accessing Arguments ­ recursive functions ­ storage classes ­ Arrays: Defining and processing Arrays ­ Multidimensional arrays ­ passing arrays to functions ­ Arrays and strings ­ String Functions ­ String Manipulations. UNIT ­ IV Pointers ­ Pointer Declarations ­ Operations on Pointers ­ Pointers to Functions ­ Pointer and Strings ­ Pointers and arrays ­ arrays of Pointers ­ Structures ­ Structures and Pointers ­ Unions. UNIT ­ V Data files ­ Opening, Closing and processing files ­ files with structures and Unions ­ register variables ­ Bitwise Operations ­ Macros - Preprocessing. Text Book: "Programming in C "­ E.Balagurusamy ­ Tata McGraw Hill Publications. Books for Reference: 1. "Programming with C" ­ Byron S.Gottfried ­ Sehaum's outline series ­ Tata McGraw Hill Publications. 2. "The Sprit of C "­ Mullish cooper ­ Schaum's Outline Series ­ Tata McGraw Hill Publications. 3. "A first course in Programming with C "- T.Jeyapoovan.Vikes Publishing House Pvt.Ltd, New Delhi.
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Core course II ­ U13CS2P Programming in C Lab
Semester : I Instruction Hours/Week : 3
Core Course : II Credit : 3
1. Sum of Series (sine, cosine, exponential). 2. Ascending and descending order of numbers using Arrays (Use it to find Largest and Smallest Numbers). 3. Matrix operations (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication) ­ using functions 4. Finding factorials, generating Fibonacci Numbers using recursive functions. 5. String manipulations without using string functions (string length, string comparison, string copy, palindrome checking, counting words and lines in strings (Use function pointers). 6. Program to prepare purchase report using pointers 7. Program to prepare Mark Sheet using files.
Semester : II Instruction Hours/Week: 3
Programming in C++ Lab
Core Course : II
Credit
:2
1. Program to implement classes, create object and member functions. 2. Functions using i) Call by value ii) Call by reference iii) Recursive call 3. Class and All types of Constructors. 4. Program to implement the concept of function overloading 5. Program to implement the concept of Operator overloading. 6. Program to implement the concept of Inheritance. 7. Program to implement file handling concepts. ************************************************************ OOPS Using C++ - U13CS3
Semester : II Instruction Hours/Week :5 Objective:
Core Course : III
Credit
:5
To introduce the concepts of object oriented programming and to impart the
programming skills in C++.
Unit - I
Object Oriented Programming - Advantages of OOP - Characteristicsof OO languages -
C++ programming basics - Functions: Simple Functions- Call by value - Call by reference -
Returning values of different type -Function overloading - inline functions - Default arguments
- Recursive
functions.
Unit - II
Class - Objects - Constructors - Destructors - Objects as functionarguments - Returning
objects from functions - Structures and Classes -Static data - Static function - Array of objects.
Unit - III
Access specifiers - Friend function - Friend class - Operatoroverloading - Type casting -
Pointers - Template.
Unit - IV
Inheritance - Derived class constructors - Class hierarchies - Typesof inheritance -
Virtual base class - Function overriding - Virtual functions -Pure virtual functions - Abstract
class.
Unit - V
Files and Streams: I/O manipulators - Streams - String I/O - CharacterI/O - Object I/O -
I/O with multiple objects - File pointers - Disk I/O withmember functions.
BOOK FOR STUDY:
Robert Lafore, "Object-Oriented Programming in Microsoft C++",
Galgotia Publications, New Delhi, 2000.
BOOK(S) FOR REFERENCE:
1. E.Balagurusamy, "Object-Oriented Programming with C++", Second Edition, 2002.
2. Bjarne Stroustrup, "The C++ Programming Language", Addison- Wesley, New York, 1999.
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JAVA PROGRAMMING ­ U13CS4
Semester : III
Core Course : IV
Instruction Hours/Week : 5
Credit
:5
UNIT I Data Types and Variables: The Simple Types - Literals - Variables - Type Conversion and Casting - Automatic Type Promotion in Expressions - Arrays Strings - Classes and Methods: Class Fundamentals - Declaring Class Objects Constructors ­ Garbage Collection - The finalize ( ) Method - Overloading Methods - Argument Passing -Recursion - Understanding Static Access Control--: The main ( ) method.
UNIT II Operators: Arithmetic Operators - Bit wise Operators - Relational Operators Boolean Logical Operators - The Assignment Operator - The? Operator - The Dot Operator -Operator Precedence. UNIT III Inheritance, Packages, and Interfaces: Inheritance - Using Super -When Constructors are called - Method Overriding - Abstract Classes - The final Keyword - Packages - Importing Packages - Access Control Interfaces ­ Keyword Summary. UNIT IV GUI: AWT Components ­Layout ­ Event model ­ Graphics. UNIT V Applets ­ Applet Tag in HTML ­ Threads ­ Multithreads ­ Stream I/O and files. Book for study: 1. "Java - Programmer's Reference", Herbert Schildt with Joe O'Neil, Tata McGraw Hill. 2. Patrick Navghtan and Herbert Schildct "Java The Complete Reference", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi . 3.Programming in Java by C.Muthu Books for reference: 1. "Internet Programming", Kris Jamcs Ph.D., and Ken Cope, Galgotia Publication, 2. "Java Unleashed", Michael Morrison, Sccond Edition. , , 3. "Complete Reference", 'Patrick Naughton and Herbert Schildt, 3rd Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Ltd., ************************************************************ JAVA Lab & Data Structure Lab ­ U13CS5P
Semester: III
Core Course : V
Instruction Hours/Week : 2
Credit : 2
JAVA Lab
Write a Java Program to implement the following concepts.
1. Create a Program using Classes ­ Objects.
2. Create a Program for String Manipulation.
3. Implement the concept of interfaces and package.
4. Create a try block that is likely to generate three types of exception and then
incorporate necessary catch blocks to catch and handle them appropriately.
5. Develop a Multithread program to move the ball around the screen in all the four
direction.
6. Create an Applet Programming to Draw the different types of shapes 7. Create a BIO ­ DATA by Using AWT form design
Semester : IV Instruction Hours/Week :3
Data Structure Lab Core Course : V Credit : 3
1. Implement PUSH, POP operations of stack using Arrays.
2. Implement add, delete operations of a queue using Arrays.
3. Binary Search tree traversals (in-order, pre-order, and post-order) using Recursion.
4. Sorting - Quick sort.
5. .Operations on Singly linked list ­C
6. Operations on Doubly linked list-C
7. Sorting - Heap sort.
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DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS ­ U13CS6
Semester : IV Instruction Hours/Week :5
Core Course : VI Credit : 5
Objective: To give a fundamental knowledge on data structures and exposureto development of algorithms related to data structures. UNIT - I Arrays: Ordered Lists - Representation of arrays. Stacks and queues:fundamentalsevaluation of expressions-multiple stacks and queues. UNIT - II Linked Lists: Singly Linked Lists- Linked stacks and queues- TheStorage Pool - Polynomial Addition- More on Linked Lists. Doubly LinkedLists: Node Insertion and Node Deletion. UNIT - III Trees: Basic terminology-Binary trees-Binary tree Representations -Binary tree traversal. Threaded Binary Trees- Binary Tree Representation of Trees. UNIT - IV The Complete Development of an Algorithm; Algorithms ­ BasicSteps. Algorithm Design Methods: Sub goals ­ Hill Climbing - WorkingBackward ­ Heuristics ­ Backtrack Programming ­ Recursion.
UNIT - V
Computer Science Algorithms: Sorting­Searching­Parallelism.Mathematical Algorithms
: Magic Squares.
BOOK(S) FOR STUDY:
1. Ellis Horowitz and Sartaj Sahni, "Fundamentals of Data structure", Galgotia Publications,
New Delhi, 1985. Units I, II, III
2. S.E. Goodman and S.T. Hedetniemi, "Introduction to the Design and analysis of algorithms",
McGrawHill, International edition, 1988: Units IV,V
BOOK(S) FOR REFERENCE:
1. Tanenbaum A.M. and Augustein M.J., "Data structures with Pascal",Prentice Hall of India
Ltd, New Delhi, 1985.
2. Ellis Horowitz and Sartaj Sahni, "Fundamentals of computer algorithms", Galgotia
Publications, New Delhi, 1985.
************************************************************ VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING ­ U13CS7
Semester : V
Core Course : VII
Instruction Hours/Week :5
Credit : 5
UNIT-I Introduction to Visual Basic ­ Integrated Development Environment (IDE) features ­ VB editor - customizing the IDE - Anatomy of a form - Working with form properties -setting form's Properties - Introducing form events & form methods. UNIT- II Variables in Visual Basic: Declaring variables - Data types - Null value, Error value,Empty value - The scope of a variable - Module level variables - constants ­ Creating your own constants - scope of a constant - converting data types - arrays -declaring arrays - fixed size arrays - dynamic arrays -preserve keyword ­REDIM Writing code in Visual Basic: The anatomy of a procedure - ubroutine and functions -language constructs: for, next, the while loop, select case, Exit statement, with structure. UNIT-III Selecting & Using controls: Introducing standard controls - Command buttons ­Text buttons - levels - option buttons -check boxes -frame controls -list boxes -combo boxes image objects - picture boxes -Timer - scroll bars - file system controls
UNIT-IV Introduction to Built In Active X Control: Tool bar - the tree view control - the Listview control - the Imagelist control - common Dialog control - Status bar control ­ Rich textbox control - Menu Editor. UNIT-V DDE properties - DDE Events -DDE methods -OLE properties - Active X control creation and usage and Active X DLL creation and usage -Data Base Access - Data control - Field control - Data Grid Record set using SQL to manipulate data - Open data connectivity (ODBC)
TEXT BOOK 1. Mohammed. Azam, Programming with Visual Basic 6.0- VlKAS publishing House pvt. Ltd., ************************************************************ MICROPROCESSOR AND ITS APPLICATIONS ­ U13CS8
Semester : V Instruction Hours/Week : 5
Core Course : VIII
Credit
:5
UNIT 1 Evaluation of Microprocessors ­ Single Chip Microcomputer Microprocessor Applications ­ Programming Digital Computers ­ Memory ­ Buses ­ Memory addressing capacity and CPU ­ Microcomputers ­ Processor Architecture ­ Intel 8085 ­Instruction Cycle ­ Timing diagram. UNIT 2 Instruction set of Intel 8085 ­ Instruction and Data Formats ­ Addressing Modes ­ Status flags ­ Intel 8085 Instructions ­ Programming of Microprocessors ­ Assembly language ­ Assemblers ­ Stacks and Subroutines ­ MACRO ­ Microprogramming. UNIT 3 Assembly language Programming ­ Simple examples ­ Addition and Subtraction of Binary and Decimal Numbers ­ Complements ­ Shift ­ Masking ­ Finding the largest and smallest numbers in an Array ­ Arranging a series of numbers ­ Sum of a series of Numbers ­ Multiplication ­ Division ­ Multibyte Addition and Subtraction.
UNIT 4 Peripheral Devices and Interfacing ­ Address Space Partitioning ­ Memory and I/O Interfacing ­ Data transfer schemes ­ Interrupts of Intel 8085 ­ Interfacing memory and I/O devices UNIT 5 I/O ports ­ Programmable peripheral Interface ­ Programmable Counter /Interval Timer ­ A/D Converter and D/A Converter - Microprocessor Applications ­ Microprocessor based Traffic Control.
TEXT BOOK:
1. Fundamentals of Microprocessors and Microcomputers ­ Badri Ram ­ Fourth Revised And Enlarged Edition ­ Dhanpat Rai and Sons ­ 1993. 2. The Intel Micro Processor ­ Barry B.Bray ­ 6th Edition ­ 2003 ­ Published by Prentice Hall of India private limited REFERENCE BOOK Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with the
8085 / 8080A ­Romesh S.Gaonkar ­ Wiley Eastern ­ 1990
************************************************************ SOFTWARE ENGINEERING ­ U13CS9E
Semester : V
Elective Course : I
Instruction Hours/Week : 5
Credit
:4
UNIT I
Introduction to Software Engineering : Definitions - Size factors ­ Quality and
Productivity Factors ­ Managerial Issues.The Product : The evolving role of software ­
Software ­ characteristics - applications.The process : Software engineering : A Layered
Technology ­ The software process ­Evolutionary software process models : Spiral model.
UNIT II
Planning a Software Project : Defining the problem ­ Developing a solution Strategy ­
Planning the development Process ­ Planning an organizational structure ­ Other
Planning Activities .
UNIT III Software Cost Estimation : Software Cost Factors ­ Software Cost Estimation Techniques ­ Staffing Level Estimation.Software Requirements Definition : The Software requirements specification ­ Formal Specification Techniques. UNIT IV Software Design : Fundamental Design Concepts ­ Modules and Modularization Criteria ­ Design Notation ­ Design techniques ­ Design Guidelines.Implementation Issues : Structured coding techniques ­ coding style ­ Documentation guidelines. UNIT V Verification and Validation Techniques : Quality Assurance ­ Walkthroughs and inspections ­ Static analysis ­Unit testing and debugging ­ System testing ­ Formal verification. Text Books: 1. Richard E. Fairely ­ "Software Engineering Concepts", Tata McGraw Hill Publication, 1997 edition. 2. Roger S.Pressman ­ "Software Engineering A Practitioner's Approach", 5th edition, McGraw Hill, 2001.
Reference book: 1. Watts S. Humphery ­ "A Discipline for Software Engineering", Addition Wesley Company, 1995. ************************************************************ 2. DOTNET ­ U13CS9E
Semester : V Instruction Hours/Week : 5
Elective Course : I
Credit
:4
UNIT I: Client server architecture: 2-tier model ­ 3-tier model ­ n-tier model ­ J2EE architecture ­ DOTNET architecture ­ MVC architecture ­ struts framework UNIT II: ASP.NET : Introduction ­ architecture ­ ASP.NET Runtime ­ Internet Information Services ­ Visual Web Developer Web server ­ ASP.NET Parser ­ Assembly ­Page class.Web Server Controls ­ HTML Controls ­ AdRotator and Calendar controls ­Validation Controls ­ Security Management.
UNIT III: ASP.NET and ADO.NET: System.Data, SqlClient and Xml namespaces ­ Provider objects and Consumer objects ­ Disconnected data access ­ GridView FormView. UNIT IV: Advanced Features of ASP.NET ­ Security in ASP.NET ­ State Management in ASP.NET - Mobile application development in ASP.NET ­ Critical usage of these features in website development UNIT V: web services ­ Role of Web Services in Distributed Computing ­WSDL, UDDI, SOAP Concepts involved in web Services ­ Connecting a Web Service to a Data Base-Accessing a web Services through an ASP.Net Application BOOK(S): 1. Justin Couch, Daniel H.Steinberg, "J2EE Bible", Wiley India(P) Ltd, New Delhi, 2002 2. Paul Tremblett, "Instant Enterprise Java y - Beans", Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 2001 3. Platt S David, "Introducing Micorsoft .Net", Prentice Hall of India, New Delhi, 2003. ************************************************************ E-COMMERCE ­ U13CS10E
Semester : V Instruction Hours/Week : 4
Elective Course : II
Credit
:4
Objective: To give the concepts of E-Commerce & Internet and their applications of Business.
Unit-I Electronic Commerce - Electronic data interchange - Benefits of EDI- E-commerce over the Internet - Internet commerce - Examples ­Commercenet - Electronic communication - PCs and networking: Networking- Network topology - Communication Media - VSAT.
Unit II Electronic Mail ­ The X.400 Message handling system ­Internet Addresses ­ Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension ­ X.500 Directory Services ­ E-mail user agent.
Unit III EDI- Costs and benefits ­ Components of EDI Systems ­ EDI implementation issues ­ EDIFACT ­ EDIFACT Message Structure.
Unit IV Cyber Security ­ Cyber Attacks ­ Hacking- SSL - Authentication and assurance of data integrity ­ Cryptographic based solutions ­ Digital Signatures ­ VPN.
Unit V Electronic payment systems ­ payment gateway ­ internet banking ­ the SET Protocol ­ Ecash ­ E-Cheque ­Elements of electronic payments.
Textbook 1."E-Commerce The Cutting Edge Of Business" 2-Edition by Kamalesh K Bajaj ,Debjani Nag ­ Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi, 2000.
BOOK FOR REFERENCE P.T. Joseph, SJ, "E-Commerce ­ An Indian Perspective", Third edition, PHI Publishing Co. Ltd., New Delhi, 2000 ************************************************************ COMPUTER GRAPHICS ­ U13CS10E
Semester : V Instruction Hours/Week : 4
Elective Course : II
Credit
:4
Unit I A survey of computer graphics: Computer Aided Design ­ Presentation graphics ­ computer art ­ Entertainment ­ Education and training ­ Visualization ­ ImageProcessing ­ Graphical user interfaces.Overview of graphics systems: Video display devices ­ Raster-scan systems ­ Randomscansystems ­ Graphics monitors and workstation ­ Input devices ­ Hardcopy devices ­Graphics software. Unit II Output primitives: Points and lines ­ Line-drawing algorithms ­ DDA algorithm ­ Bresenham's line algorithm ­ Circle-generating algorithms ­ Filled-area primitives ­Boundaryfill algorithm. Unit III Attributes of output primitives: Line attributes ­ Area-fill attributes ­ Character attributes ­ Bundled attributes ­ Inquiry functions ­ Antialiasing
Unit IV Two-dimensional Geometric transformations: Basic transformations ­ Matrix representations ­ Composite transformations ­ Other transformations. Unit V Window-to-viewport coordinate ­ Two-dimensional viewing functions ­ Clipping operations ­ Point clipping ­ Line clipping ­ Polygon clipping.
Text book:
1. Computer Graphics C Version Second Edition, Donald Hearn and M.Pauline Baker, Pearson
Education, 2006.
************************************************************ INTERNET AND ITS APPLICATIONS ­ U13CS10E
Semester : V
Elective Course : II
Instruction Hours/Week : 4
Credit
:4
Objective To understand the fundamental concepts of Internet and its Applications.
UNIT I Internet ­ Introduction ­ Internet Access/Dial-up connection ­ Internet Services Features ­ GettingConnected: TCP/IP accounts vs Shell accounts ­ Configuring TCP/IP Account ­ Configuring the shell account.
UNIT II World Wide Web: Web Pages ­ HTML ­ HTML Tags ­ Net Surfing ­ Web Browsing: Internet Explorers ­Netscape Navigator.
UNIT III Internet Addressing ­ IP address ­ Domain Name ­ Electronic Mail ­ URL.
UNIT IV Internet Protocol: TCP/IP - File Transfer Protocol ­ Hyper Text Transfer Protocol ­Telnet ­ Gopher ­ WAIS.
UNIT V Searching the Web: Web Index ­ Web Search Engine ­ Web Meta ­ Searcher ­ Search Functions ­ Simple Search Using Alta Vista ­ Advanced Searches.
Text Book Lexis Leon and Mathews Leon, Internet For Every One, Leon Press, 1999.
Reference Books 1. Deitel and Deitel, Internet and World Wide Web - How to Program, PHI, Fourth Edition, 2008. 2. Christian Cramlish, The Internet, BPB, Second Edition, 2004.
************************************************************ DATABASE SYSTEMS ­ U13CS11
Semester : V & VI Instruction Hours/Week : 2+3
Core Course : IX Credit : 5
Unit I Introduction: Database-System Applications- Purpose of Database Systems - View ofData --Database Languages - Relational Databases - Database Design -Object-Basedand Semi structured Databases - Data Storage and Querying Transaction Management Data Mining and Analysis - Database Architecture - Database Users and Administrators - History of Database Systems. Unit II Relational Model: Structure of Relational Databases - Fundamental RelationalAlgebraOperations Additional Relational-Algebra Operations- Extended Relational-Algebra Operations - Null Values - Modification of the Database. Unit III SQL: Data Definition - Basic Structure of SQL Queries - S e t O p e r a t i o n s - Ag g r e g a t e Fu n c t i o n s - N u l l V a l u e s - Nested Subqueries ­ Complex Queries - Views Modification of the Database - Joined Relations - SQL Data Types and Schemas - Integrity Constraints -Authorization - Embedded SQL
Unit IV
Relational Languages: The Tuple Relational Calculus - The Domain Relational CalculusQuery-by- Example. Database Design and the E-R Model: Overview of the Design Process The Entity-Relationship Model - 3 Constraints - Entity-Relationship Diagrams - EntityRelationship design Issues - Weak Entity Sets - Database Design for Banking Enterprise Unit V
Relational Database Design: Features of Good Relational Designs - Atomic Domains
and First Normal Form - Decomposition Using Functional Dependencies - Functional-
Dependency Theory - Decomposition Using Functional Dependencies ­ Decomposition Using
Multivalued Dependencies-More Normal Forms - Database-Design Process
Text Book:
1. Database System Concepts, Fifth edition, Abraham Silberschatz , Henry F. Korth,
S.Sudarshan, McGraw-Hill-2005.
************************************************************ Visual Programming Lab & RDBMS (ORACLE) LAB ­ U13CS12P
Semester : V & VI
Core Course : X
Instruction Hours/Week : 3+3
Credit : 5
1. Simple exercises using standard control.
2. Program to design and implement a scientific calculator.
3. Use the circle method to draw several ellipses and circles so that they have the appearance
of a pair of eyes.
4. Create a designer with basic primitives like circle, square, rectangle, ellipse and fill the
same.
5. Program to expand and shrink an object while program is running.
6. Program to create animation by using move method and a timer object.
7. Program to prepare a student's mark list.
RDBMS (ORACLE) LAB 1.Table Creation &Data insertion,Deletion & Updation 2. DML : Aggregate function ,Set Operations & nested Queries 3. PL/SQL - block using cursors 4. Functions & procedures
5. D2K : insertion, deletion & updation through forms
6. Calling other forms & reports.
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OPERATING SYSTEMS ­ U13CS13
Semester : VI
Core Course : XI
Instruction Hours/Week : 6
Credit : 6
UNIT- 1 Evolution of operating systems- Functions ­ Different views of OS ­ Batch processing, Multiprocessing, Time sharing OS ­ I / O programming concepts ­ Interrupt Structure & processing
UNIT -2 Memory Management ­ Single Contiguous Allocation- Partitioned Allocation ­ Relocatable Partitions allocations ­ Paged and Demand paged Memory Management ­ Segmented Memory Management ­ Segmented and Demand paged Memory Management ­ overlay Techniques ­ Swapping
UNIT- 3 Processor Management ­ Job Scheduling ­ Process Scheduling ­ Functions and Policies ­ Evolution of Round Robin Multiprogramming Performance ­ Process Synchronisation ­ Wait and Signal mechanisms ­ Semaphores P & V Operations ­ Deadlock ­ Banker's Algorithm.
UNIT -4 Device Management ­ Techniques for Device Management ­ I/O Traffic Controller, I/O Scheduler, I/O Device Handlers ­ Spooling.
UNIT- 5 File Management: Simple File System, General Model of a File System, Physical and Logical File System. Case Studies: MSDOS, UNIX.
TEXT BOOK: 1. Operating Systems ­ E. Madnick & John J.Donavan, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., Limited. 2. Distributed Operating Systems ­ Pradeep K.Sinha ,Prentice ­ Hall of India Private Limited
REFERENCE BOOK: System Programming and Operating Systems ­ D.M. Dhamdhere, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co., Limited. ************************************************************
COMPUTER NETWORKS ­ U13CS14
Semester : VI Instruction Hours/Week : 6
Core Course
: XII
Credit
:6
Unit 1 Introduction: uses of computer networks - network hardware - network software - reference models - example networks - network standardization
Unit II The physical layer: guided transmission media - wireless transmission - communication satellites - the public switched telephone network
Unit III The data link layer: data link layer design issues - error detection and correction - elementary data link protocols - sliding window protocols
Unit IV The network layer: network layer design issues - routing algorithms - congestion control algorithms- quality of service ­ internetworking
Unit V The transport layer: the transport service - elements of transport protocols - a simple transport protocol the application layer: dns--domain name system - electronic mail - the world wide web
Text Book:
1. Computer Network , Fourth edition, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Prentice Hall, 2006.
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Semester : VI Instruction Hours/Week : 6
Core Course
: XIII
Credit
:6
PROJECT WORK
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ADVERTISEMENT MANAGEMENT ­ U13CS16E
Semester : VI Instruction Hours/Week :5
Elective Course : III
Credit
:4
UNIT-I INTRODUCTION Nature, scope and types of advertising, Role of advertising for business units. Economics, Social and ethical aspects of advertising.
UNIT-II- ADVERTISING STRATEGY, PLANNING AND BUDGETING Devising advertising strategy, Objectives and process of advertising budgeting models. Advertising budget allocation, decision making related to advertising.
UNIT-III- ORGANISING ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNE Planning and organizing advertisement campaign creativity in advertising campaign: Copy writing and layout: various advertising media and their selection. Displays and role point of purchase advertising.
UNIT-IV- ADVERTISING AGENCIES: Advertising agencies- their organization,functions need-utility and co-ordination with client. Selection of advertising agency- agency compensation.
UNIT-V- EFFECTIVENESS AND CONTROL: Methods of measuring advertising effectiveness: Cost benefit-analysis, social and legal control of advertising, role of consumer's organization.
Text Book Recommended: Rathor, B.S. Advertising Management-Himalaya Publishing House
Reference: 1. Myers-Advertising Management-PHI 2. Norms-Advertising-PHI
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2. INTERNET CONCEPTS ­ U13CS16E
Semester : VI
Elective Course : III
Instruction Hours/Week :5
Credit
:4
UNIT-I
Internet and the World wide web: The world wide web.Browsing the web-Web
address-web browser basics-Strong and managing(book marks)-Surfing the web with web
browser(APPLE CYBER DOG, LYNX, HOT JAVA,Microsoft Internet Explorer-Netscape Navigator)
Unit II
searching the web directory-search engines-navigation tools.
UNIT-III
Email: Sending-Reading-Replying-Deleting-Exiting-Sending Mail to more than one
person-sending folder-forwarding a mail
UNIT IV
checking the spelling-attachments. Usenet-Telnet-FTP-Chat-News group's.
UNIT-V
Html: Overview of HTML-adding structure to a page formatting text and pages-linking
page to the world-including picture-clearing lists-arranging items within tables-getting
feedback from form splitting a page into frames.
BOOK(S) FOR STUDY
1. Joe krayank & Joe Habraken, " Internet 6 in 1", Prentice Hall of India Private
Limited, New Delhi, 1998.
2. Internet Complete, BPB publications, New Delhi,1998.
BOOK(S) FOR REFERENCE
1. Chiristina Crumlish: The Internet, BPB Publications, New Delhi, 1998.
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Allied Mathematics I ­ U13AMS1C
Semester : I
Allied Course : I
Instruction Hours/Week :5
Credit
:3
UNIT-I Algebraic and Transcendental equations: Finding the root of the equation using Bisection method, Newton Raphson method, Iteration method, Method of false position. Book I : Chap2: (sec 2.1-2.5)
UNIT-II
Finite differences-forward, backward differences-Newton's forward and backward difference interpolation formulae. Lagrange's interpolating polynomial.
Book I : Chap 3: (sec 3.3.1,3.3.2,3.6,3.9.1)
UNIT-III
Diagrammatic and Graphical Representation of Numerical Data - Formation of Frequency Distribution -Histogram, Cumulative Frequency ­ Polygon and Ogives - Measures of Central Tendency - Measures of Dispersion - Moments and Measures of Skewness and Kurtosis.
Book II: Chap 4 (Page no.27-49),Chap 5(Page no.50-84),Chap 6,7
UNIT-IV
Theory of Probability - Definitions of Probability - Sample Space - Probability of an Event - Independence of Events - Theorems on Probability - Conditional Probability - Baye's Theorem.
Book II: Chap 14(Page no.370-408)
UNIT-V
Correlation and Regression - Properties of Correlation and Regression Coefficients Numerical Problems for Finding The Correlation and Regression Coefficients.
Book II: Chap 8(Page no.177-223), Chap 9(Page no.224-255)
Text Books: 1. Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis, S.S.Sastry, fourth edition, 2010, PHI(P)Ltd. 2. Business Statistics, P.R.Vittal, 2001, Margham Publication.
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Allied Mathematics ­ II ­ U13AMS2C
Semester : I&II
Allied Course : II
Instruction Hours/Week :3+3
Credit
:3
Unit I Operations Research: Introduction-Basics of OR-Linear Programming formulations &graphical solution of two variables ­ Canonical & standard forms of LPP. Simple Method: Simplex Method for <,=,> constraints- Charne's method or penalties method
Chapter 2(sec2.1,2.2) ,Chapter 3(sec3.1-3.5) ,Chapter 4(sec4.3,4.4) Unit II Transportation problem: Finding the IBFS by North West corner rule, Least cost method, VAM method. Optimal solution by MODI method ­ Degeneracy in Transportation Problem, Unbalanced transportation problem and Maximization problem Chapter 5 (sec5.1-5.3,5.7,5.9) ,Chapter 10 (sec10.1-10.3,10.9,10.12,10.14) Unit III Assignment algorithm ­ Balanced assignment problem- Unbalanced assignment problem, travelling sales man problem. Game theory ­ introduction- saddle point (with and without)-mixed Strategy. Chapter 11 (sec11.1-11.4,11.6) ,Chapter 17 (sec17.1-17.5) Unit IV Sequencing problem: Processing of n jobs through two machines ­ Processing of n jobs through 3 machines- processing of two jobs through m machines. Chapter 21 (sec21.1,21.7) Unit V Networks: Network ­ Fulkerson's rule ­ measure of activity ­ PERT computation ­ CPM computation- Resource scheduling Chapter 12 (sec12.1-12.6) TEXT BOOK(S) 1. Man Mohan & Gupta , Operations Research, Sultan Chand Publishers, New Delhi REFERENCE(S) 1. Prem Kumar Gupta and D.S. Hira, Operations Research: An Introduction, S.Chand and Co., Ltd. New Delhi, 2. Hamdy A.Taha, Operations Research (7thEdn.),McMillan Publishing company, New Delhi, 1982. ************************************************************
Semester : II
Allied Mathematics ­ III ­ U13AMS3C Allied Course : III
Instruction Hours/Week :5
Credit
:3
UNIT ­ I Integration - Integrals of functions containing linear functions of x -Integrals of functions involving a2+x2- integrals of rational algebraic functions - Integration of irrational functions. Book 1: Chap. I sec 6.1, 6.2, 7 (Omit 7.4), 8 case (i) to (iv) only Page no: 7-13, 23-31, 39-47. UNIT ­ II Properties of definite integrals - Simple applications - Integration by parts - Bernoulli's formula. Book 1: Chap. I Sec. 11, 12, 15 Page no: 61-72, 93, 94. UNIT ­ III Differential equations of first order - Variable separable -Homogeneous equations ­ Non homogeneous equations - Linear equation -Bernoulli's equation. Book 1: Chap 4: Sec 1-5 Page no: 205-218. UNIT ­ IV Second order Linear equations with constant co-efficient ­ Particular integrals for ekx, sin kx, cos kx, xn and ekx X. Book 2: Chap 2 Page no.49-74 UNIT ­ V Laplace transform - Definition - Some general theorems ­ Inverse Transform. Book 1: Chap 7: Sec 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5 Page no: 289-308. Text Book: 1. Ancillary Mathematics, Vol-II (2009), S. Narayanan, R. HanumanthaRao, T.K. Manicavachagam Pillay, Kandaswamy. 2.Calculus,volume III, S. Narayanan, , T.K. Manicavachagam Pillay. ************************************************************
APPLIED PHYSICS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE I ­ U13APH1C
Semester : III Instruction Hours/Week: 5
Second Allied Course: 1 Credit: 3
UNIT I ­ ELECTROSTATICS Fundamentals of electrostatics ­ Gauss theorem and its application ­ Intensity due to a charged sphere ­ intensive at a point between two charged parallel plane conductors ­ Intensity at a point due to uniformly charged cylinder­ Electrostatic potential ­ Equipotential surface ­ capacity ­ Principles of a capacitor ­cylindrical capacitor ­ energy of a charged capacitor ­ Energy loss due to sharing of charges.
UNIT II - MAGNETOSTATICS Magnetic field ­ Magnetic flux density ­ Magnetization ­ Intensity of magnetization ­ Permeability ­ Susceptibility ­ Relation between them ­ Magnetic potential ­ Potential due to a dipole ­ Relation between potential and intensity ­ Magnetic shell and its potential at any point ­ Properties of dia Para and Ferro magnetic materials ­ Hysteresis ­ Magneto mater method ­ Finding coercivity, retentivity and energy loss from hysteresis loop (BH Curve)
UNIT III ­ CURRENT ELECTRICITY Laplace's law ­ Intensity at a point due to a straight conductor carrying current - Force between two parallel conductors ­ standard unit of current ­ Definition of Ampere ­ Units of voltage and resistance ­ Ohm's law ­ Kirchoff's law - Application to Wheatstone's bridge ­ Carey Foster's bridge ­ Potentiometer ­ Measurement of current and resistance ­ Calibration of low range voltmeter ­ Fleming's left hand rule ­ Theory of moving coil galvanometer­ Ballistic galvanometer ­ Fleming's right hand rule
UNIT IV ­ ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION Laws of electromagnetic induction ­ Relation between induced emf and mutual inductance ­ Eddy current ­ Determination of self inductance ­ Anderson's method coefficient of mutual induction ­ Determination ­ Absolute method ­ Coefficient of coupling ­ Transformer theory
UNIT V ­ ALTERNATING CURRENT A/C Circuits with single components ­ Double components ­ Measurement of current and voltage ­ Power in A/C Circuit ­ Power factor derivation ­ Wattless current ­ Choke-series and parallel resonance circuits ­ Impedance ­ Q factor ­ Selectivity and Sharpness of resonance ­ Oscillatory discharge of a condenser.
BOOKS FOR REFERENCE 1. Electricity and Magnetism ­ Brijlal and Subramanian ­ Ratan Prakashan Mandir Delhi (1997). 2. Electricity and Magnetism ­ Narayanamurthy & Nagarathinam (1977).
3. Electricity and Magnetism ­ D.L. Seghal and Chopra (2005).
BOOKS FOR STUDY
1. Electricity and Magnetism-Wilson,Cg-London(1974). 2. Electricity and Magnetism-Saaxena-Meerut (1980). 3. Fundamental Magnetism and Electricity-Vasudeva D.N-Newyork,S.Chand & Co-1964. ************************************************************ APPLIED PHYSICS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE PRACTICAL - U13APH2CP
Semester : III & IV Instruction Hours/Week:2+3
Second Allied Course: II Credit: 3
(At the end of the Fourth Semester-Any Twelve expts.) 1. Semiconductor diode ­ Characteristics 2. Zener Diode ­ Characteristics 3. FET ­ Characteristics 4. Transistor Characteristics ­ CE configuration 5. Transistor Characteristics ­ CB configuration 6. Regulated power supply using Zener diode. 7. Field along the axis of a coil ­ M and H 8. Potentiometer ­Calibration of Low range voltmeter 9. Potentiometer Calibration of Low range Ammeter 10. Carey Foster's bridge ­ specific resistance 11. Calibration of a Thermistor and determination of its Energy gap 12. Series resonance circuit 13. Parallel Resonance circuit 14. FET amplifier 15. Astable Multivibrator 16. Mathematical operators ­ Addition, subtraction using op-amp 17. Printed circuit board design 18. Determination of Self Inductance-Anderson's Bridge. 19. Differentiator and Integrator using op-amp. 20. Study of Logic gates using suitable IC's. ************************************************************
APPLIED PHYSICS FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE II- U13APH3C
Semester : IV Instruction Hours/Week: 5
Second Allied Course: III Credit: 3
UNIT I ­ SEMICONDUCTOR PHYSICS Theory of Energy bands in crystals ­ distinction between conductors, insulators and semiconductors ­ Intrinsic and Extrinsic semiconductors ­ Hall effect in semiconductors ­ Zener diode Tunnel diode Backward diode Breakdown voltage ­ avalanche Breakdown UNIT II - TRANSISTORS PNP and NPN transistor working- DC Characteristics of CE and CB configuration ­ Hybrid parameters ­ Functions of Transistors as an amplifier­ FET ­ N ­ channel and P-Channel FET performance Characteristics- FET amplifier. UNIT III ­ LASERS AND MASERS Basic concepts of stimulated emission ­ Population inversion and Meta stable state ­ Ammonia maser ­ Ruby laser-He Ne laser-Semiconductor Laser production ­ Advantages UNIT IV ­ OPTO ELECTRONIC DEVICES LED: Radiation transition Emission spectra Luminent efficiency ­ Method of Excitation ­ Visible LED ­ Materials for LED ­ LED configuration and performance ­ Photo conduction ­ photo diode ­ Photo transistor ­ electronic watches ­ Seven segment displays ­ LCD UNIT V ­ OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS The basic operational amplifier ­ Inverting and Non inverting operational amplifier ­ Differential Operational amplifier ­ CMRR ­ Basic uses of Operational amplifier as sign changer- phase shifter integrator-Differentiator and adder D/C ­ Binary weighted method ­ R2R ladder method ­ A/C Successive approximation and counter methods ­ OpAmp as a comparator. BOOKS FOR STUDY 1. Microelectronics ­ Jacob Millman ­ MCGraw Hill (2000). 2. The fundamentals of Solid State Physics ­ Theraja Sultan Chand & Co., Delhi
3. Pulse & Digital electronics­G.K Mithal and Vanvasi ­ Khanna Publication ­ Delhi (1985) 4. Functional Electronics ­ Ramanan ­ TMH(2005). 5. Electronic devices and Circuits ­ Millman & Halkias ­ TMH(1991).
BOOKS FOR REFERENCE 1. Electronic Devices, circuits and systems-Cirovic, Micheal.M-America-1987. 2. Fundamentals of Solid State Physics-Saxena, B.S.Meerut(1977). ************************************************************ WEB PAGE DESIGNING USING HTML ­U13SBE1C
Semester : I Instruction Hours/Week : 2
Skill Based Elective : I
Credit
:2
.UNIT-I Introduction to Internet ­ Definition-Connecting to the Internet-Physical Connections- Telephone Lines- E-mail- Protocol address-Internet Address-Modem Basics UNIT-II Internet Browser ­ Internet Explorer- Introduction to HTML - History of HTML, HTML Documents, Anchor Tag, Hyper Links. Head and body sections UNIT-III Header Section - Title, Prologue, Links, Colorful WebPage, Comment Lines.- Designing Body Sections -Heading printing, aligning the headings UNIT-IV Horizontal rule,Paragraph, Tab Settings, Lists, Unordered Lists, Ordered Lists. Layout with tables UNIT-V Advanced Layout: Frames and Layers-HTML and other media types-Style SheetsProgramming and HTML Forms-Introduction to scripting Text Book 1. C.Xavier World wide web Design with HTML Tata MC Graw Hill,New Delhi,1991. 2. Joel Sklar, Web Design Principles Vikas Publications 2000.
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VB Script ­ U13SBE2C
Semester : III Instruction Hours/Week :2
Skill Based Elective Course :II
Credit
:2
UNIT I:
Introduction to VB script-Difference between VB and VBScript-programming in VB
script (Simple program: Insert a script-Write text using VB script-Write text using VB script-
Format script with html tags-a function in head section-a script in body section)-data type-
program flow.
UNIT-II: Introduction to procedure in scripts-Intrinsic function-Basic function-String function- Conversion function-Math function-Time and date function-Boolean function.
UNIT-III: Intrinsic controls-Intro to events in VB script-Message to GUI Environment-placing controls in HTML-Intrinsic control checkbox-Select using controls in your document.
UNIT-IV: Scripting models windows, document frames-documents object using document property and methods-History object-Navigator object-Location object-Link object.
UNIT-V: Error handling-handling errors in VB script pages-coding to avoid errors-coding to handle errors-looking examples of error handling.
Reference Book: VB script in 21 days sams publishing 2004. VB script Bible-Good Man2002.
Prescribed Book: VB script unleased pet rousos,schongoal. ************************************************************
HTML and VB Script Lab ­ U13SBE3CP
Semester : III Instruction Hours/Week : 2
Skill Based Elective Course : II
Credit
:2
HTML Lab 1. (a) Creation of Vertical Frameset (b) Creation of Horizontal Frameset 2. Sending Mail 3. Insertion of Image 4. Application form Creation 5. Creating an Advertisement for a Company
VB Script Lab 1. Scripts Using Date and Time Functions (a) Display date and time (b) Display the Days (c) Display the months (d) Display the current month and day 2. Scripts using Date and Time Functions (a) Countdown to year 3000 (b) Add a time interval to a date (c) Format date and time (d) Is this a date 3. Scripts using Built ­ in Functions (a) Uppercase or lowercase Characters (b) Remove leading or trailing spaces from a String (c) Reverse a String (d) Round a number 4. Scripts using Built ­ in Functions (a) Return a random number (b) Return a random number between 0 ­ 99 (c) Return a specified number of characters from left or right side of a String (d) Replacing some characters in a String 5. Checking Validation of a Textbox ************************************************************
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES - U13ES
Semester : II Instruction Hours/Week: 2
Environmental Studies Course Credit: 2
Unit 1:
Environment and Natural Resources : Definition, scope, importance of Environmental Studies - Need for public awareness. Natural resources -- classification - Associated problems a) Forest resources: Use and over-exploitation, deforestation, case studies. Timber extraction, mining, dams and their effects on forest and tribal people. b) Water resources: Use and over-utilization of surface and ground water, floods, drought, conflicts over water, dams-benefits and problems. c) Mineral resources: Use and exploitation, environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources, case studies. d) Food resources: World food problems, changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing, effects of modern agriculture, fertilizer-pesticide problems, water logging, salinity, case studies. e) Energy resources: Growing energy needs, renewable and non renewable energy sources, use of alternate energy sources. Case studies. f) Land resources: Land as a resource, land degradation, man induced landslides, soil erosion and desertification. · Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources. · Equitable use of resoureces for sustainable lifestyles. Unit 2: Ecosystems · Concept of an ecosystem. · Structure and function of an ecosystem. · Producers, consumers and decomposers. · Energy flow in the ecosystem. · Ecological succession. · food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids. · Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and function of the following ecosystem:
a. Forest ecosystem b. Grassland ecosystem c. Desert ecosystem d. Aquatic ecosystems (ponds, streams, lakes, rivers, oceans, estuaries) Unit 3: Biodiversity and its conservation · Introduction -- Definition : genetic, species and ecosystem diversity. · Biogeographical classification of India · Value of biodiversity : consumptive use, productive use, social, ethical, aesthetic and option values · Biodiversity at global, National and local levels. · India as a mega-diversity nation · Hot-sports of biodiversity. · Threats to biodiversity : habitat loss, poaching of wildlife, man-wildlife conflicts. · Endangered and endemic species of India · Conservation of biodiversity In-situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity. Unit 4: Environmental Pollution Definition · Cause, effects and control measures of a. Air pollution b. Water pollution c. Soil pollution d. Marine pollution e. Noise pollution f. Thermal pollution g. Nuclear hazards · solid waste management : Causes, effects arid control measures of urban and industrial wastes. · Role of an individual in prevention of pollution. · Pollution case studies. · Diaster management floods, earthquake, cyclone and landslides.
Unit 5 : Social Issues and the Environment · From Unsustainable to Sustainable development · Urban problems related to energy · Water conservation, rain water harvesting, watershed management · Resettlement and rahabilitation of people; its problems and concerns. Case Studies · Environmental ethics : Issues and possible solutions. · Climate Change, global warming, acid rain, ozone layer depletion, nuclear accidents and holocaust. Case Studies. · Wasteland reclamation. · Consumerism and waste products. · Environment Protection Act. · Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. · Water (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act · Wildlife Protection Act · Forest Conservation Act · Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation. · Public awareness. REFERENCE a) Agarwal, K.C. 2001 Environmental Biology, Nidi Pubi. Ltd. Bikaner. b) Sharucha Erach, The Biodiversity of India, Mapin Publishing Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad -- 380 013,. India, Email:[email protected] (R) c) Brunner R.C., 1989, Hazardous Waste Incineration, McGraw Hill Inc. 480p d) Clark R.S., Marine Pollution, Clanderson Press Oxford (TB) e) Cunningham, W.P. Cooper, T.H. Gorhani, E & Hepworth, M.T. 2001, Environmental Encyclopedia, Jaico PubI. House, Mumabai, 1196p f) De A.K., Environmental Chemistry, Wiley Eastern Ltd. g) Down to Earth, Centre for Science and Environment (R) h) Gleick, H.P. 1993. Water in crisis, Pacific Institute for Studies in Dev., Environment & Security. Stockholm Env. Institute Oxford Univ. Press. 473p
i) Hawkins R.E., Encyclopedia of Indian Natural History, Bombay Natural History Society,
Bombay (R)
j) Heywood, V.H & Waston, R.T. 1995. global biodiversity Assessment. Cambridge Univ. Press
1140p.
k) Jadhav, H & Bhosale, V.M. 1995. Environmental Protection and Laws. Himalaya Pub. House,
Delhi 284 p.
I) Mckinney, M.L. & School, R.M. 1996. Environmental Science systems & Solutions, Web
enhanced edition. 639p.
m) Mhaskar A.K., Matter Hazardous, Techno-Science Publication (TB)
n) Miller T.G. Jr. Environmental Science, Wadsworth Publishing Co. (TB)
0) Odum, E.P. 1971. Fundamentals of Ecology. W.B. Saunders Co. USA, 574p
p) Rao M N. & Datta, A.K. 1987. Waste Water treatment. Oxford & IBH Pubi. Co. Pvt. Ltd.
345p. q) Sharma B.K., 2001. Environmental Chemistry. Geol Pubi. House, Meerut
r) Survey of the Environment, The Hindu (M)
s) Townsend C., Harper J, and Michael Begon, Essentials of Ecology, Blackwell Science (TB) t)
Trivedi R.K., Handbook of Environmental Laws, Rules Guidelines,
Compliances and Stadards, Vol I and II, Enviro Media (R)
u) Trivedi R. K. and P.K. Goel, Introduction to air pollution, Techno-Science Publication (TB) v)
Wanger K.D., 1998 Environmental Management. W.B. Saunders Co.Philadelphia, USA 499p
(M) Magazine
(R) Reference
(TB) Textbook
************************************************************ VALUE EDUCATION - U13VE
Semester :V
Value Education Course
Instruction Hours/Week: 2
Credit: 2
UNIT 1: PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE
Human Life on Earth ( Kural 629), Purpose of Life ( Kural 46) Meaning and Philosophy of
Life( Kural 131, 226) The Law of Nature (Kural 374) Glorifying All form of Life in this Universe
(Kural 322, 327) ­ Protecting Nature /Universe (Kural 16, 20, 1038)
UNIT 2: INDIVIDUAL QUALITIES Basic Culture (Kural 72, 431) Thought Analysis (Kural 282, 467, 666) Regulating desire (Kural 367), Guarding against anger (Kural 158, 305, 306, 314), To get rid of Anxiety (Kural 629), The Rewards of Blessing (Kural 3), Benevolence of Friendship (Kural 786), Love and Charity (Kural 76), Self ­ tranquility/Peace (Kural 318) UNIT 3: SOCIAL VALUES (INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL WELFARE) Family (Kural 45), Peace in Family (Kural 1025), Society (Kural 446), The Law of Life (Kural 952), Brotherhood (Kural 807) , The Pride of Womanhood (Kural 56) Five responsibilities/duties of Man : a) to himself, b) to his family, c) to his environment, d) to his society, e) to the Universe in his lives (Kural 43, 981), Thriftness (Thrift)/Economics (Kural 754), Health (Kural 298), Education (Kural 400), Governance (Kural 691), People's responsibility/ duties of the community (Kural 37), World peace (Kural 572) UNIT 4: MIND CULTURE Mind Culture (Kural 457) Life and Mind - Bio - magnetism, Universal Magnetism (God ­ Realization and Self Realization) - Genetic Centre ­ Thought Action ­ Short term Memory ­ Expansiveness ­ Thought ­ Waves, Channelising the Mind, Stages - Meditation (Kural 261, 266, 270), Spiritual Value (Kural 423) UNIT 5: TENDING PERSONAL HEALTH Structure of the body, the three forces of the body, life body relation, natural causes and unnatural causes for diseases (Kural 941), Methods in Curing diseases (Kural 948, 949) The Five units, simple physical exercises. Books for Reference: 1. Philosophy of Universal Magnetism (Bio-magnetism, Universal Magnetism) The World Community Service Centre Vethatri Publications (for Unit IV) 2. Pope, G.U., Dr. Rev., Thirukkural with English translation, Uma Publication, 156, Serfoji Nagar, Medical College Road, Thanjavur 613004 (for All Units) 3. Value Education for Health, Happiness and Harmony, The World Community Service Centre Vethatri Publications Rs 35/- (for All Units) ************************************************************
Semester :V Instruction Hours/Week: 2
SOFT SKILLS - U13SS Soft Skills Credit: 2
Learning objective Today's world is all about relationship, communication and presenting oneself, one's ideas and the company in the most positive and impactful way. This course intends to enable students to achieve excellence in both personal and professional life. Unit I Know Thyself / Understanding Self Introduction to soft skills self discovery ­ Developing positive attitude ­ Improving perceptions ­ Forming values. Unit II Interpersonal skills/ Understanding Others Developing interpersonal relationship ­Team building ­group dynamics ­Net workingImproved work relationship Unit III Communication Skills/ Communication with others Art of Listening ­Art of reading ­Art of speaking ­Art of writing ­Art of writing emailse mail etiquette Unit IV Corporate Skills/ Working with Others Developing body language ­Practising etiquette and mannerism ­ Time management ­ Stress management. Unit V Selling Self/ Job Hunting Writing resume /cv-interview skills ­ Group discussion ­Mock interview Mock GD ­ Goal setting ­Career planning
TEXT BOOKS Meena. K and V.Ayothi (2013) A Book on Development of Soft Skills (Soft Skills: A Road Map to Success) P.R. Publishers & Distributors, No, B-20 &21, V.M.M Complex, Chatiram Bus Stand, Tiruchirapalli -620 002. (Phone No: 0431-2702824: Mobile No: 94433 70597, 98430 7442) Alex K. (2012) Soft Skills ­ Know Yourself & Know the World, S.Chand & Company LTD, Ram Nagar, New Delhi -110 055. Mobile No: 94425 14814(Dr.K.Alex)
REFERENCE BOOKS (i) Developing the leader within you John C Maxwell (ii) Good to Great by Jim Collins (iii) The Seven habits of highly effective people Stephen Covey (iv) Emotional Intelligence Daniel Goleman (v) You can Win Shive Khera (vi) Principle centred leadership Stephen Covey ************************************************************ GENDER STUDIES - U13GS
Semester :VI
Gender Studies Course
Instruction Hours/Week:1
Credit: 1
Objectives
To make boys and girls aware of each other strengths and weakness To develop sensitivity towards both genders in order to lead an ethically enriched life. To promote attitudinal change towards a gender balanced ambience and women empowerment Unit-I Concepts of Gender: Sex-Gender-Biological Detertninism- Patriarchy- Fcminism -Gender Discrimination -Gender Division of Labour -Gender Stereotyping-Gender Sensitivity - Gender Equity --Equality-Gender Mainstreaming Empowerment Unit-II Women's Studies Vs Gender Studies: UGC's Guidelines - VII to Xl Plans- Gender Studies: Beijing Conference and CEDAW-Exclusiveness and Inclusiveness. Unit III Areas of Gender Discrimination: Family Sex Ratio-Literacy -Health -Governance Religion Work Vs Employment- Market - Media - Polities Law Domestic Violence -- Sexual Harassment -- State Policies and Planning Unit-IV Women Development and Gender Empowerment: Initiatives International Women's Dcca4e - International Women's Year - National Policy for Empowerment of Women - Women Empowerment Year 2001- Mainstreaming Global Policies.
Unit-V Women's Movements and Safeguarding Mechanism:-- In India National / State Commission for Women (NCW) - All Women Police Station Family Court- Domestic Violence Act - Prevention ofSexual Harassment at Work Place Supreme Court Guidelines - Maternity Benefit Act - PNDT Act - Hindu Succession Act 2003 Eve Teasing Prevention Act - Self Help Groups 73 and 74 Amendment for PRIS. References Bhasin Kamala, Understanding Gender: Gender Basics, NewDelhi: Women Unlimited 2004 Bhasin Kamala, Exploring Masculinity: Gender Basics, NewDelhi: WomenUnlimited, 2004 Bhasin Kamala, What is Patriarchy? : Gender Basics, New Delhi: Women Unlimited, 1993 Pernau Margrit Ahmad Imtiaz, Reifeld Hermut (ed.,) Family and Gender: Changing Values in Germany and India, New Delhi: Sage Publications, 2003 Agarwal Bina, Humphries Jane and Robeyns Ingrid (ed.,)Capabilities, Freedom, and Equality: Amartya Sen's Work from a Gender Perspective, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2006 Rajadurai.S.V, Geetha.V, Themes in Caste Gender and Religion, Tiruchirappalli: Bharathidasan University, 2007 Misra Geetanjali, Chandiramani Radhika (ed.,) Sexuality, Gender and Rights: Exploring Theory and Practice in South and Southeast Asia, New Delhi: Sage Publication, 2005 Rao Anupama (ed.,) Gender &Caste: Issues in Contemporary Indian Feminism, New Delhi: Kali for Women, 2003 Saha Chandana, Gender Equity and Gender Equality: Study of Girl Child in Rajasthan, Jaipur: Rawat Publications, 2003 Krishna Sumi,(ed.,) Livelihood and Gender Equity in Community Resource Management New Delhi: Sage Publication, 2004 Wharton .S Amy, The Sociology of Gender: An Introduction to Theory and Research, USA: Blackwell Publishing, 2005. Mohanty Manoranjan (ed.,) Class, Caste, Gender: Readings in Indian Government and Politics- 5, New Delhi: Sage Publications,2004. Arya Sadhna, Women, Gender Equality and the State, NewDelhi: Deep&Deep Publications,2000. ************************************************************

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