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Post  Nishchal on Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:37 am

BCA-201 Mathematics-II
BCA-202 Computer Organization & Architecture
BCA-203 Object Oriented Programming with C++
BCA-204 System Analysis & Design
BCA-205 Operating System
BCA-206 Internet Technologies & Web Page Design
BCA-207 Accountancy
BCA-208 Practical -3 (C++)
BCA-209 Practical -4 (Internet & web page design)



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BCA-201 Mathematics-II
Lectures 4 per week
UNIT-I

Rolle?s Theorem, Lagrange?s Mean Value Theorem, Cauchy?s Mean
Value Theorem; their geometrical significance and applications.
Successive differentiation and Leibnitz Theorem. Taylor?s Theorem.

UNIT-II

Infinite limits and indeterminate forms. Hyperbolic and inverse
hyperbolic functions; their differentiation and integration. Partial
differentiation of functions of several variables; their limit, continuity
and differentiability. Homogenous functions and Euler Thorem.


UNIT-III

Reduction formulae for integrals involving
(i) x
n
e
x

(ii)
X
m
(log x)
m

(iii)
X
n
cos x and x
n
sin x
(iv)
cos
n
x sin
m
x


UNIT-IV

Scalar and Vector functions; limit, continuity and differentiability of a
vector function. Directional derivative, gradient of a scalar field,
divergence and curl of a vector field. Line, surface and volume
integrals, Theorem of Gauss, Stoke?s and Green?s (proofs not needed)
and their applications.

Text & Reference Books:

1. J.C. Burkill, ?A First Course in Mathematical Analysis?, Vikas
Publishing House.
2. S.K. Chatterjee, ?Mathematical Analysis (Real)?, Oxford IBH
Publishing Co.
3. Shanti Narayan, ?Differential Calculus?, S. Chand and Co.
4. Shanti Narayan, ?Integral Calculus?, S. Chand and Co.
5. E. Kreyszig, ?Advanced Engineering Mathematics?, Wiley Eastern
Pvt.Ltd.

Note: In each theory paper, nine questions are to be set. Two
questions are to set from each Unit and candidate is required to
attempt at least one question from each unit. Question number
nine will be compulsory, which will be of short answer type with 5-
10 parts, out of the entire syllabus. In all, five questions are to be
attempted.


BCA-202 Computer Organization and Architecture
Lectures 4 Per Week
Unit 1

Data representation, number systems, decimal to binary, octal and
hexadecimal conversion and vice versa, binary coded decimal
numbers, hamming code for error detection, alphanumeric codes,
arithmetic operations, binary addition and subtraction,
addition/subtraction of numbers in 1?s and 2?s complement notation
for binary numbers and 9?s and 10?s complement notation for decimal
numbers, binary multiplication and division, BCD arithmetic, floating
point addition and subtraction.

Unit 2

Register Transfer Language- Register transfer, Bus and Memory
transfer (three-stage bus buffers, memory transfer), arithmetic micro-
operations (Binary Adder, Binary-adder-Substractor, binary
incrementer, arithmetic circuit), Logic micro-operation (list op logic
micro-operations, hardware implementation), shift micro-operations
(hardware implementation), arithmetic logic shift unit, instruction
codes (stored program organization, indirect address), computer
registers (common bus register), computer instructions (instruction
set completeness), timing and control, instruction cycle (fetch and
decode, types of instruction, register-reference instructions), Micro
programmed control, control memory, addressing sequencing
(conditional branching, mapping of instructions, subroutine)

Unit 3

Central Processing Unit- Introduction, general register organization
(control word, examples of micro-operations), stack organization
(register stack, memory stack, reverse polish notation, evaluation of
arithmetic expressions), instruction formats (three-address
instructions, two address instructions, one-address instructions),
addressing modes, data transfer and manipulation (data transfer
instructions, data manipulation instructions, arithmetic instructions,
logical and bit manipulation instructions, shift instructions), Program
control (status bit conditions, conditional branch instructions,
program interrupt, types of interrupt).

Unit 4

Input Output Organization- Introduction to peripheral devices, input
output interface (I/O bus and interface modules, I/O versus memory
bus, isolated versus memory-mapped I/O), asynchronous data
transfer (strobe control, handshaking), modes of transfer (programmed
I/O, interrupt- initiated I/O, software considerations), priority
interrupt (daisy-chaining priority, parallel priority, priority encoder,

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interrupt cycle), direct memory access (DMA controller, DMA transfer),
memory hierarchy, main memory (RAM and ROM chips, memory
address map, memory connection to CPU), Auxiliary memory
(Magnetic disk, magnetic tape).

Text and reference books:

1. M.Morris Mano, ?Computer System Architecture? 3
rd
edition,
PHI.
2. V. Rajaraman, T. Radhakrishanan, ?An Introduction to Digital
Design?, PHI
3. J.P.Hays, ?Computer Organization and Architecture?, McGraw
Hill.


BCA-203 Object Oriented Programming with C++
Lectures 4 per week
UNIT-I

Object oriented programming- Need for OOP, object oriented
approach, characteristics of OOP language- objects, classes,
Inheritance, Reusability, Polymorphism, overloading advantage of
OOP, relationship between C and C
++
.
Programming Basic- Basic program construction, output using cout,
preprocessor directive, comments, integer variables, character
variables, input with cin, Type bool, setw Manipulator, type float, type
conversion, arithmetic operators, relational operators, logical
operators.

UNIT-II

Loops and decision control statements- loop- for, while, do, decision-
if, if- else, switch, conditional operator, other control statements-
break, continue, goto.
Structures and functions- structures, Accessing structure members,
structure within a structure, Enumerated Data type, simple functions,
passing arguments to functions, Returning values from functions,
reference arguments, overloaded functions, storage classes, scope
resolution operator.

UNIT-III

Objects and classes- A simple class, classes and objects, specifying a
class, using a class, C
++
objects as physical objects, C
++
objects as
data types, Constructors, objects as function arguments, returning
objects from functions.
Arrays- Array fundamental-defining array, array elements, Accessing
array elements, Initializing arrays, multidimensional arrays, passing
arrays to functions, array of objects, strings-string variables, Avoiding
Buffer overflow, string constants, array of strings string as class
members, Standard C++ string Class.

UNIT-IV

Operator overloading- Overloading unary operators- the operator
keyword, operator arguments, operator return values nameless
temporary objects, limitation of increment operators, overloading
Binary operators, data conversion, Pitfalls of operator overloading and
conversion.
Inheritance- Derived class and base class, specifying the derived
class, accessing base class, members, derived class constructors,
overriding member functions, class hierarchies, public and private

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Inheritance, levels of inheritance, multiple inheritance, Ambiguity in
Multiple Inheritance, Aggregation- Classes Within Classes.

Text & Reference Books:

1. Robert Lafore, ?Object-Oriented Programming in C++?, Galgotia
Publications.
2. B. Chandra, ?Object-Oriented Programming using C++?, Narosa
Publications.

Note: In each theory paper, nine questions are to be set. Two
questions are to set from each Unit and candidate is required to
attempt at least one question from each unit. Question number
nine will be compulsory, which will be of short answer type with 5-
10 parts, out of the entire syllabus. In all, five questions are to be
attempted.



BCA-204 System Analysis And Design
Lectures 4 per Week

UNIT -I

Overview of System Analysis and Design, Business System concepts,
System development life cycle, Project Selection, Feasibility Analysis,
Design, Limitation, testing and evaluation.
Initial Investigation- Sources of Requests, User / Analyst, interaction,

UNIT ?II

Qualities of a System Analyst, Feasibility studies- Technical and
economic feasibilities, cost and benefit analysis.

UNIT ?III

System requirement specification and analysis- Fact finding
techniques, Data Flow Diagrams, Data Dictionaries, process
organization and interaction, Decision Analysis, Decision Trees and
Tables. Top down and bottom up variance, Audit trails.

UNIT ?IV

Detail Design- Modularization, module specification, file design,
system development involving databases.
System control and quality assurance- Design objectives reliability
and maintenance, software design and documentation tools, unit and
integration testing, testing practice and plans, system control.

Text & Reference Books:

1. Awad, ?System Analysis Design?, Galgotia Publishing, Delhi.
2. Jamas, A.S., ?Analysis and design of information systems?, Mc
Graw Hill.
3. Luteberg, M.,Golkuhl, G and Hilsson, A, ?Information System
Development a Systematic Approach?, PHI.
4. Leeson N., ?System Analysis and Design?, Science Research
Associates, 1985.
5. Samprive, P.C., ?System analysis: Definition Process and Design?.

Note: In each theory paper, nine questions are to be set. Two
questions are to set from each Unit and candidate is required to
attempt at least one question from each unit. Question number
nine will be compulsory, which will be of short answer type with 5-
10 parts, out of the entire syllabus. In all, five questions are to be
attempted.


BCA-205 Operating System
Lectures 4 per Week
UNIT ?I

Operating System Concepts- Operating System Classification- Simple
Monitor, Multi Programming, Time Sharing, Real Time Systems,
Multiprocessor Systems, Batch Processing, Simple User, Multi User,
Operating System Functions And Characteristics.

UNIT ?II

Processor Management- Process Overview, Process States, Process
State Transitions, Process Control Block, Operations On Processes,
Suspend And Resume, Interrupt Processing, Scheduling Algorithms,
Multiple Processor Scheduling.
Deadlock- Deadlock Problem, Deadlock, Deadlock Characterization,
Necessary Conditions, Deadlock Prevention, Deadlock Avoidance,
Deadlock Detection, Recovery From Deadlock.

UNIT ?III

Memory Management- Partition, Paging, Segmentation, Types Of
Memory Management Scheme , Bare Machine, Resident Monitor,
Swapping, Multiple Partition, Virtual Memory, Demand Paging.

UNIT ?IV

File Management- File Types, Operation On Files, File Support,
Access Methods, Sequential Access, Direct Access, Index,
Allocation Method (Free Space Management, Contiguous, Linked,
Indexed), Directory System Single-Level, Two-Level, Tree-
Structured, File Protection.

Text & Reference Books:

1. James L. Peterson And Abraham Silberschatz, ?Operating System
Concepts?, Addison Wesley Publishing Company.
2. H.M.Deitel, ?Operating Systems?, Addison Wesley Publishing
Company.
3. A.M.Lister, ?Fundamentals Of Operating Systems?, Macmillan
Publishers Ltd.

Note: In each theory paper, nine questions are to be set. Two
questions are to set from each Unit and candidate is required to
attempt at least one question from each unit. Question number
nine will be compulsory, which will be of short answer type with 5-
10 parts, out of the entire syllabus. In all, five questions are to be
attempted.


BCA-206 Internet Technology and Web Page Design
Lectures per week 4
UNIT-I

Internet- Evolution of Internet, Internet Application, Network
requirements, Bandwidth, Internet features (Electronic Mail,
Newsgroups, FTP Archive, Real Time Activity, Video, Audio, Search
Engine), World Wide Web, WWW Browsers, WWW Servers, Dial-Up
SLIP, PPP Access, Dedicated line, ISDN.

UNIT?II

TCP/IP Connectivity- DNS Servers, Domain Names Registration
process, IP addressing, Routing with TCP/IP Basics, Routing Protocol
(Classification, Algorithms), Static Routing, Open Shortest Path First
Protocol, Exterior Gateway Protocols (EGP, Border Gateway Protocol,
Multi-Routing Protocol Environments).

UNIT-III

HTML - Text formatting, Data, Tables, Table layout, Images, HTML
Interactivity, URLs, HTTP, NNTP, Hyperlinks, Menus & Image Maps,
HTML Form, Embedded objects in HTML, Web Typography,
Approaching Web Typography, Graphics and Type, Families and
Faces, Type forms, Color and Type, Adding Graphics, Adding Graphics
with the Image Element, Using images as links, Creating Image Maps,
Working with Image Files, Layout Technology, Standard HTML
Formatting, Tables, Frames,

UNIT-IV

Formatting your site with Cascading Style Sheets, Seeing Style Sheets
in Action, Understanding CSSI?s Advantages and Limitations, Making
HTML and CSSI?s, Making HTML and CSSI work together, Learning
How CSSI Works, Using CSSI Properties. XML, XML Language,
SMGL, Linking in XML.

Text & Reference Books:

1. Internet Get Started: BPB Publications.
2. Loren Buhle, ?Webmaster Professional Reference?, New Riders
Publishing.
3. Rick Darnell ?HTML 4?, Techmedia.
4. Tauber, ?Mastering Front Page 2000? BPB.
5. James Jaworski, ?Making Java Script and JSCRIPT?, BPB
Publications.
6. HTML Complete: BPB Publisher.

Note: In each theory paper, nine questions are to be set. Two
questions are to set from each Unit and candidate is required to
attempt at least one question from each unit. Question number
nine will be compulsory, which will be of short answer type with 5-
10 parts, out of the entire syllabus. In all, five questions are to be
attempted.


BCA-207 Accountancy
Lectures per week 4
UNIT-I

Meaning, Definition and objects of Accounting, Accounting Principles,
Book keeping and Accountancy. Accounting concepts and
Conventions, Principle of Double Entry System, Journal Entry,
Ledger, Cash Book and Subsidiary books, Trial Balance and
rectification of errors.

UNIT-II

Final Account- Manufacturing Account, Trading Account, Profit and
Loss Account and Balance Sheet. Company Accounts- Issue and
Forfeiture of Shares and Debentures, Redemption of Shares and
Debentures.

UNIT-III

Cost Accounting - Nature and scope of Cost Accounting, Cost Concept
and classification, Cost Sheet, Budget and Budgetary Control,
Marginal Costing (BEP and Cost Volume Profit analysis).

UNIT-IV

Management Accounting - Meaning, importance and Scope of
Management Accounting, Financial Statement Analysis, Brief
introduction to the tools of Analysis (Ratio, Fund Flow and Cash Flow
Analysis).

Text & Reference Books:

1. Maheswari, S. N., ?Fundamental Accounting?, Vikas Publishing
House.
2. Anthony, R.H. and Roece, J. S., ?Accounting Principles?,
Homewood Illinois.
3. Hongren, Charles J. and Faster, ?Cost Accounting: A managerial
Emphasis?, Prentice Hall International.
4. Gupta, R. L., ?Advanced Financial Accounting?, Sultan Chand and
Company.
5. Pandey, I. M., ?Management Accounting?, Vikas Publishing House.
6. A.T. Kinson, ?Management Accounting?, Pearson Education.



Note: In each theory paper, nine questions are to be set. Two
questions are to set from each Unit and candidate is required to
attempt at least one question from each unit. Question number
nine will be compulsory, which will be of short answer type with 5-
10 parts, out of the entire syllabus. In all, five questions are to be
attempted.

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about sylllllllabus

Post  mahant saab !! on Sat Jun 05, 2010 3:59 pm

sylabus is just for show off. nothings comes from it in final examinationsssssss bounce

BCA-206 Internet Technologies & Web Page Design

so what languages we have to do for web disigning.. HTML and JAVA ????

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Re: BCA 2nd Year-Syllabus

Post  Nishchal on Sat Jun 05, 2010 8:23 pm

r d x wrote:sylabus is just for show off. nothings comes from it in final examinationsssssss bounce

BCA-206 Internet Technologies & Web Page Design

so what languages we have to do for web disigning.. HTML and JAVA ????
i guess we will start with basic languages like HTML, after that on XML and ASP.

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XML and ASP ???

Post  mahant saab !! on Sat Jun 05, 2010 9:51 pm

i don't have any idea about XML and ASP . what r these for ??? bounce

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Re: BCA 2nd Year-Syllabus

Post  Nishchal on Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:16 pm

mahant saab !! wrote:i don't have any idea about XML and ASP . what r these for ??? bounce
these r also markup languages... XML to be precise.
asp is a scripting language

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Re: BCA 2nd Year-Syllabus

Post  vijay thakur on Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:41 pm

gud sir.you are maintaing this forum very well.keep it up.it is easy to create a forum bt difficult to maintain.and thanks for syallbous information, cheers

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Re: BCA 2nd Year-Syllabus

Post  Nishchal on Sat Jun 05, 2010 11:48 pm

vijay thakur wrote:gud sir.you are maintaing this forum very well.keep it up.it is easy to create a forum bt difficult to maintain.and thanks for syallbous information, cheers
i m thinking about making certain people moderator too ... so just stay tuned.... and share your thoughts. there is good section in cofee shop.

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