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BCA 3rd Year-Syllabus

Post  Nishchal on Fri Jun 04, 2010 10:43 am

BCA-301 Mathematics-III
BCA-302 Programming in Visual Basic
BCA-303 Data Base Management System
BCA-304 Fundamentals of Networking
BCA-305 Management Information System
BCA-306 Numerical Methods
BCA-307 Personnel Management
BCA-308 Practical -5 (MS-Access)
BCA-309 Practical -6 (VB)
BCA-310 Project -- 200 --



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BCA-301 Mathematics-III
Lectures per week 4
UNIT-I

Order, degree, solution and formation of a differential equation.
Standard techniques of solving linear differential equations with
constant coefficients, Cauchy?s and Legendres, Linear differential
equations with variables coefficients.

UNIT-II

Complex numbers and their representation in a plane. Argand
diagram, algebra of complex numbers, modulus and arguments of a
complex number, square root of a complex number and cube roots of
unity, triangle inequality, De-Moivre?s theorem, roots of complex
numbers.

UNIT-III

Sequences- Convergence or divergence of a sequence. Infinite series-
its convergence and sum, series with positive terms and standard
tests of convergence- p-series tests, comparison tests, D? Alemberts
ratio test, Raabes test, Cauchy?s root test, Integral test (Without
proofs); Alternating series , Leibnitz test, Absolute convergence.

UNIT-IV

Discrete mathematics- Logic, connectives, statement formulas and
truth tables. Relations, Binary Relations, Equivalence Relation,
Partitions Equivalence classes Partial ordering, Relations to sets,
Maximal and Minimal Element, Upper and Lower Bounds.

Text & Reference Books:

1. Shepley L. Ross, ?Differential Equations?, John Wilay & Sons.
2. E. Krayszig, ?Advanced Engineering Mathematics?, Wiley
Eastern Pvt. Ltd.
3. B.S. Grewal, ?Higher Engineering Mathematics?, Khanna
Publisher.
4. J.P. Tremblay and R. Manohar, ?Discrete Mathematical
structures with applications to Computer Science?, Tata
McGraw Hill.

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-302 Programming in Visual Basic
Lectures per week 4

UNIT ?I

An introduction to Visual Studio- An introduction to .NET
development-Windows Forms and Web Forms applications, Visual
Studio and the .NET programming languages, .NET Framework,
Visual Studio IDE, Visual Basic application compile and run, Visual
Basic differs from the other .NET languages
A tour of the Visual Studio IDE-Start Visual Studio, Open or close an
existing project, possible menu variations, use the Form Designer, use
the Code Editor, use the Solution Explorer, work with Visual Studio's
windows
Test a project- Build a project, run a project, upgrade projects and
change .NET Framework versions, upgrade projects created in earlier
versions of Visual Basic .NET, change the .NET Framework version
used by a project, design a Windows Forms application, set options
and create a new project, set the Visual Studio options, change the
import and export settings, create a new project
Design a form-Add controls to a form, Set properties, common
properties for forms and controls, add navigation features, property
settings, use Document Outline view, name and save the files of a
project, code and test a Windows Forms application
An introduction to coding-Introduction to object-oriented
programming, refer to properties, methods, and events, application
response to events, Add code to a form, create an event handler for the
default event of a form or control, IntelliSense helps you enter the
code for a form, code with a readable style, code comments, detect and
correct syntax errors.
use the toolbar buttons, collapse or expand code, print the source
code, code snippets, use the Smart Compile Auto Correction feature,
use the My feature, get help information, run, test, and debug a
project

UNIT ?II

Work with numeric and string data-Work with the built-in value
types- Declare and initialize variables, declare and initialize constants,
code arithmetic expressions, code assignment statements, work with
the order of precedence, use casting, change the type semantics, use
the Math class, work with strings, declare and initialize a string, join
and append strings.
Convert data types- .NET structures and classes that define data
types, use Visual Basic functions to convert data types, use methods
to convert data types, use three of the formatting functions, use
methods to convert numbers to formatted strings, three skills for
working with data (work with scope, declare and use enumerations,
work with nullable types). The basic application,

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Code control structures- Code Boolean expressions, Use the relational
operators, use the logical operators, Code conditional statements,
Code If statements, code Select Case statements, Code loops, Code For
loops, code Do loops, use Exit and Continue statements, Debugging
techniques for programs with loops.
Future Value application- The design and property settings for the
form, code for the form

UNIT ?III

Code procedures and event handlers- Code and call procedures- Code
Sub procedures, call Sub procedures, When and how to pass
arguments by reference and by value, code and call Function
procedures, work with events, start an event handler for any event,
handle multiple events with one event handler, use the Code Editor to
start an event handler, add and remove event wiring.
The Function procedure, event handlers
Handle exceptions and validate data- An introduction to data
validation and exception handling, use the IsNumeric function for
data validation, display a dialog box for error messages, exception
handling works, Use structured exception handling, catch an
exception, use the properties and methods of an exception, catch
specific types of exceptions, throw an exception, application with
exception handling.
Validate data- Validate a single entry, use generic procedures to
validate an entry, validate multiple entries, application with data
validation, dialog boxes, code, two ways to validate data (use the
Validating event, use the masked text box).

UNIT -IV

Work with arrays and collections- Work with one-dimensional arrays,
create an array, assign values to the elements of an array, use For
loops to work with arrays, use For Each loops to work with arrays,
work with rectangular arrays, create a rectangular array, assign
values to a rectangular array, work with rectangular arrays, work with
jagged arrays, create a jagged array, assign values to a jagged array,
work with jagged arrays, use the Array class, refer to and copy arrays,
code procedures that work with arrays, work with collections,
commonly used collection classes, typed vs. untyped collections.
Work with a list, work with a sorted list, work with queues and stacks,
work with an array list.
Work with dates and strings- Work with dates and times, create a
DateTime value, get the current date and time, format DateTime
values, get information about dates and times, perform operations on
dates and times, use Visual Basic properties and functions to work
with dates and times, work with strings, properties and methods of
the String class, Code examples that work with strings, procedures for
validating user entries, use the StringBuilder class, use the Visual

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Basic functions to work with strings, Format numbers, dates, and
times, Format numbers, format dates and times
Working with Windows forms and controls-Work with controls, types
of controls, work with combo boxes and list boxes, work with check
boxes and radio buttons, work with group boxes, use Tab Order view
to set the tab order, get the information you need for using a control
Work with multi-form projects- Add a form to a project, rename a
form, change the startup form for a project, display a form as a dialog
box, pass data between a form and a custom dialog box
Use the MessageBox class- Display a dialog box and get the user
response, use the FormClosing event
Debug an application- Basic debugging techniques, set the debugging
options, work in break mode, use the Edit and Continue feature, use
breakpoints, control the execution of an application, use the
debugging windows, use the Locals window to monitor variables, use
the Autos window to monitor variables, use Watch windows to monitor
expressions, use the Immediate window to execute commands, use
the Call Stack window to monitor called procedures, use the Output
or Immediate window to get build or debugging information, use
Visualizer dialog boxes to view strings.

Text & Reference Books:

1. Anne Boehm, Mike Murach and Associates ?Murach's Visual Basic
2008?, Publisher of Professional Programming.
2. Steven Holzner Visual Basic 6 programming, Black Book.


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-303 Database Management Systems
Lectures 4 per week

UNIT-I

Introduction To Database Concepts- Data Modeling for a Database,
Fields, Records and Files, Abstraction and Data Integration, Database
Architecture, Users, Structure of DBMS, Advantages and
Disadvantages of DBMS.
Data Models- Entity, Attribute, Relationship, Data Model
Classifications, File based, Traditional, Semantic, Entity-Relationship
Model.

UNIT-II

File Organization- Operation on files, Sequential Files, Index-
Sequential Files, Types of Indexes, Implicit, limit, multilevel, Direct
Files, Indexing using B-Tree Structure.
Relational Model- Relational Database- Relational Algebra, Relational
Calculus.

UNIT-III

Relational Database Design- Relational Scheme and Relational
Design, Functional Dependency, Normal forms (First, Second, Third,
Boyce Code), Decomposition and dependency preservation, Multi-
valued dependency.

UNIT-IV

Ms Access- Tables (Creation/Design structure, Data Entry), Primary
keys, Foreign Keys Master-Detail Table, Query (Select, Make-Table,
Update, Append, Delete) Form (Modal, Modeless), Relationships
Report (Creation of a simple report from a table and from a query).

Text & Reference Books:
1. Elmasri And Navathe, ?Fundamentals of Database Systems?,
Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co. Inc.
2. Bipin C. Desai, ?An Introduction to Database Management
System?.
3. Users Reference Manuals Of Ms Access.
4. Date, C.J., ?An Introduction to Database system?, Narosa
Publishing House.

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-304 Fundamentals of Networking
Lectures 4 per week
Unit-I

Introduction to Communication Network- Computer Networks, (Need,
uses, and Advantages of Computer Network), Network Models (Peer-to-
Peer-Network, Server-based Network, Client-Server Network), Network
components, Network Topology (Star, Ring, Bus, Mesh, Tree, Hybrid,
Advantage and Disadvantage of each types.), Types of Networks (LAN,
MAN, WAN), Internet (Brief History, Internet Today, Protocol and
Standard ), Data Communication, Component, Data Representation,
Analog Signals, Digital Signals, Transmission Modes (Asynchronous
and Synchronous) Transmission Networks ( Serial and Parallel),
Communication modes (Simplex, Half Duplex, Full duplex) Signal
Transmission (Base band and Broadband), Digital Signal encoding.

Unit-II

Error Detection and Correction Types of errors (Single?bit-error,
Burst-Error), Error Detection (Redundancy, Parity check, CRC,
Checksum), Error correction (FEC, Hamming code, Burst error
corrections ) Data Communication Channel and Media, Conductive
Media (Twisted-pair cable, Coaxial cable), Fiber optics (Characteristic
of light, Types of Fiber optics), Wireless Transmission, (Microwaves,
Infrared, Radio waves), Transmission Impairment (Attenuation,
Bandwidth Latency, Throughput and Channel capacity.) Multiplexer
and Switching Concepts Types of multiplexer (TDM, FDM, SPM, FPM,
CDM, WDM), Switching concept (Circuit Switching Message Switching,
Packet Switching and Cell switching)

Unit-III

OSI-Reference Model, OSI Model, OSI Physical Layer Concepts, DLL,
Network Layer, TL, SL, PL and AL Concepts. Internet model / TCP/IP
Model and Protocols, Modem, DSL, Cable Modem, ISDN, Real world
network (Ethernet, Ethernet operation, frame format, Ethernet
characteristic, cabling and components) Token Ring and Token Bus
networking Technology, Fast Ethernet networking technology (fast
Ethernet Media types, Repeaters, Networking diameter ), Gigabit
Ethernet Technology (Standards, characteristics, Protocol
Architecture), Network Connectivity, Repeater, Hub-(Active, Passive
and Intelligent), Bridge-(Local, Remote and wireless), Routers (Static
and Dynamic), switches and types of switches, Brouter and Gateways,
Backbone Network and Virtual LAN.

Unit-IV

TCP/IP Protocol Suite, Internet Architecture Board, TCP/IP Protocol
(TCP,UDP,IP,ARD), concept of Physical Addressing, and logical

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Addressing, Different Classes of IP addressing, Special IP Addressing,
Classful Addressing, Sub netting, Super netting, Classless addressing,
TCP/IP Service Protocol (FTP,SMTP, TELNET, DNS, IPV6, HTTP,
WWW), Wireless LAN (Component, Topologies, Technology, Standard,
Security) Network Security, Security issues, Element of N/W Security,
common Threats, attacks, Firewall (needs, feature of firewall.)

Text & Reference Books:

1. Ata Elahi, Mehran Elahi, ?Data, Network and Internal
communication Technology?, Cengage .
2. Behrowz A. Forouzan , ?Data Communication and Networking?.
3. Andrew S. Tahanbaum, ?Computer Network?.

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-305 Management Information System
Lecture 4 per week
UNIT ?I

Meaning and Role of Management Information System- Introduction,
Definition, System?s Approach.
Development of Organizational Theory, Management & Organizational
Behaviour, Management, Information & System Approach.

UNIT ?II

Data Processing- Operation of Manual Information System,
Components of Computer System, Conversion of Manual to Computer
Based Systems, Data Bank Concept, Types of Computer Based
Applications.
Information System for Decision Making- Evolution of Information
System, Decision Making & Management Information System.

UNIT ?II

Strategic & Project Planning for Management Information System-
Business Planning, Management Information System Responses,
Management Information System Planning- General & Details.
Conceptual System Design- Define Problem, Set System Objective,
Establish System Constraints, Determine Information Needs &
Sources, Develop Alternative Conceptual Design & Documentation,
Prepare the Design Report.

UNIT ?IV

Detailed System Design- Aim, Project Management, Define
Subsystem, Input, Output & Process Design, System Testing,
Software & Hardware selection, Documentation of Detailed Design.
Pitfalls in Management Information Systems.

Text & Reference Books:

1. Robert G. Murdick, Joel E. Ross, James R. Claggett, ?Information
System for Modern Management?.
2. Surendra Basandra, ?Computers Today?.

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-306 Numerical Methods
Lectures 4 per week

UNIT-I

Representation of numbers, Decimal to Binary conversion, Floating
point representation of numbers, Integer and real/floating point
arithmetic, different types of errors, error in the approximation of a
function, error in series approximation, Solution of algebraic and
transcendental equation using Bisection method, Regula-Falsi
method, Newton-Raphson method.

UNIT-II

Solution of simultaneous linear equations using Gauss Elimination
method, Gauss-Jordon method, Jacobi?s iterative method, Gauss-
Seidel iterative method. Interpolation, Finite difference and operators,
Newton Forward, Newton Backward, Games forward, Games
backward, Stirling?s Interpolation divided difference formula.

UNIT-III

Numerical differentiation- Differentiating a Graphical function,
Differentiating a Tabulated function- Equal and Un-equal intervals,
Numerical integration, Newton-Cotes formula, Trapezoidal rule,
Simpson?s -1/3
rd
and 3/8
th
rule, Weddle?s rule.

UNIT-IV

Solution of ordinary differential equation using Picard?s method,
Taylor?s series method, Euler?s method, Modified Euler?s method,
Runge-Kutta method, Predictor-Corrector method.

Text & Reference Books:

1. B.S. Grewal, ?Numerical methods in Engg & Science?.
2. R.S. Salaria, ?Computer Oriented Numerical Methods? Khanna
Book Publishing Co., New-Delhi.
3. V. Rajaraman, ?Computer Oriented Numerical Methods?, PHI.
4. S.S. Sastry, ?Numerical method?.

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-307 Personnel Management
Lectures 4 per week

UNIT-I

Introduction to Personnel Management -Nature, Scope, functions and
significance, Personnel Policies, classification and organization of
Personnel Department, Various structures and types of Personnel
Department.

UNIT-II

Human Resource Planning- Meaning, objectives and importance,
requisites for successful HRM, Job Analysis and Design, Recruitment,
selection, Terms of Employment, Induction and Briefing, Orientation
and Placement.

UNIT-III

Human resources Development- Training and Development and
Promotion and incentives, retirement benefits, Performance Appraisal
and Job Evaluation, Employee remuneration and various incentive
plans.

UNIT-IV

Industrial Relations- Concept and Significance, Trade Unions, Dispute
settlement, Ethical issues in Personnel Management, Employee
welfare, Meaning and Types of welfare activities, Employee safety and
management of employee?s Health.

Text & Reference Books:
1. Ashwathappa, K, ?Human Resource and Personnel Management?,
Tata McGraw Hill.
2. De Cenzo, D. A. Robbins. S, ?Personnel and Human Resource
Management?, Prentice Hall of India.
3. Mamoria, C.B., ?Personnel Management?, Himalaya Publishing
House.
4. Deardwell, Ian, ?Human Resource Management?, Prentice Hall
India.
5. Grobler, P. A., ?Human Resource Management?, Anamika
Publishers.

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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