Tuesday, 17 May 2011

bca syllabus 2011-2012

digital electronics

UNIT-I
Fundamentals of semiconductor physics- Energy bands in solids- pnjunction
diode depletion region, forward and reverse bias, diode as
switch; Bipolar Junction Transistor, transistor configurations, bipolar
junction transistor (CE configuration) as switch, Saturated and nonsaturated
logic, Integrated Circuits, characteristics of digital logic
families-TTL, ECL, CMOS.
UNIT-II
Logic gates, AND, OR, NOT Gates and their Truth Tables, NOR, NAND
& XOR gates, Boolean algebra, Basic Boolean Law’s, Demorgan’s
theorem, Boolean function and their truth tables, MAP simplification,
Minimization techniques, K-Map, Sum of Product & Product of Sum,
Venn diagram.
UNIT-III
Combinational & Sequential circuits, Half adder & Full adder, BCD
adder, Full Subtractor, Flip-flops-RS, D, JK, T & Master-Slave flipflops,
Shift registers, Multiplexer, Encoder, Decoder.
UNIT-IV
A/D and D/A converters: D/A conversions – Weighted-Register D/A
converter, R-2R ladder D/A converter, A/D conversions-Counter type
method using D/A, dual slope integrator method, successive
approximation method, simultaneous method.
Text & Reference Books:
1. Rajaraman V. & Radhakrishnan, “An Introduction To Digital
Computer Design”, PHI.
2. Malvino & Leach, “Digital Principles & Applications”, TMH
Publications.
3. Jain R.P. , “Modren Digital Electronics”. TMH Publications.
4. Malvino, “Digital Computer Electronics”. TMH Publications.
5. Bartee T.C., “Digital Computer Fundamentals”. THM 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.

FOC


UNIT-I
Introductory Concepts- Introduction to computers, Computer
characteristics, modes of operation, Types of programming languages,
Introduction to C, some simple C programs, Desirable program
characteristics.
C Fundamentals- C character Set, Identifiers and keywords, data
types, constants, variables and arrays, Declarations, expressions,
statements, Symbolic constants.
UNIT –II
Operators and expressions- Arithmetic operators, unary operator,
Relational and logical operators, assignment operators, conditional
operators, Library Functions.
Data Input and Output- Preliminaries, singe character input, singe
character output, Entering input data, writing output data, the gets
and puts function.
Preparing and Running a Complete C Program- Planning a program,
Writing a C program, entering the program into the compiler,
compiling and executing the program, error diagnosis, debugging
techniques.
UNIT-III
Control Statements- Preliminaries, Branching, Looping, Nested
control statements, switch statement, break statement, The continue
statement, The goto statement, The comma operator.
Arrays: Defining an array, processing an array, passing arrays to
functions, Multidimensional arrays, Arrays and strings.
Functions: A brief overview, Defining a function, accessing a function,
function prototypes, passing arguments to a function, recursion.
UNIT-IV
Pointers- Fundamentals, Pointer declarations, Passing pointers to the
functions, pointers and one dimensional array, dynamic memory
allocation, Operations on pointers, arrays of pointers.
Data files- Opening and closing a data file, creating a data file,
processing a data file, unformatted data files.
Text & Reference Books:
1. Byron Gottfried, “Programming with C”, Schaum’s Outlines,
Tata McGraw Hill.
2. Mullis Cooper, “Spirit of C”: Jacob Publications.
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3. Yashwant Kanetkar, “Let us C”: BPB.
4. Kerninghan B.W. & Ritchie D. M., “The C Programming
Language”: PHI.
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.



PC PACKAGES


UNIT -I
DOS commands (internal (DIR, DATE, TIME, CLS, CD, RD, MD, PATH,
TYPE, DEL, ECHO, COPY, REN, PROMPT, VOL, VER), external
(ATTRIB, CHKDSK, DISKCOPY, DISKCOMP, XCOPY, TREE,
DELTREE, DOSKEY, FORMAT, FIND, SORT, FDISK, MORE, SYS)),
Concept of files & directories, Wild card characters, Redirection
operators.
Windows XP, Definition, Benefits, Features & uses of Windows XP,
Control panel, Accessories, Task bar, My computer uses, Recycle bin.
UNIT -II
Common Office 2003 Elements, Introduction to Office 2003,
Customizing the Office Environment, Managing Files in Office, Text
Tools, Drawing and Graphics Tools.
Word Processing, Definition, Benefits, Features & uses of Word 2003,
Menus, Toolbars, Cursor control keys, Short cut keys, Hot keys,
Editing Text, Document Formatting, Reusable formatting with Styles
and Templates, File handling (opening, creating, saving, printing,
editing), Formatting text, Find and replace, Tables and Columns,
Advanced Page Layout in Word, Automating Information with Fields,
Managing Long Documents, Spell check, Thesaurus, File protection,
Mail Merge, Labels, and Envelopes, Macros.
UNIT –III
Spreadsheets, Definition, Benefits, Features & Uses of MS Excel 2003,
Menus, Toolbars, Worksheets, Formatting Worksheets and Restricting
Data, Calculating with Formulas and Functions, Ranges, Auto fill,
Data (sort, filter, validation, subtotal), Viewing and Manipulating Data
with charts and PivotTables, Print, Goal seek, Scenario, Macros,
Creating Excel Databases.
UNIT –IV
Presentations, Definition, Benefits, Features & Uses of PowerPoint,
Menus, Toolbars, Creating and Editing Slides, Adding graphics,
Multimedia, and Special Effects to Slides, Insert (picture, slide, text),
Master slide, Views, Animation, Action buttons, Macros.
Text & Reference Books:
1. Jennifer Ackerman Kettell, Guy Hart-Davis, Curt Simmons,
“Microsoft Office 2003: The Complete Reference”, Tata McGraw Hill.
2. Biswaroop Roy Choudhary, “Computer course”, Fusion Books.
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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.

communicative english



UNIT –I
Grammar and Reading Skills- Skills of effective reading, reader related
material, memory and retention, Parts of speech, writing correctly
transformation of sentences, incorrect to correct English, tenses and
replacing single word for group of words.
UNIT –II
Skills in Writing- letters, official/business correspondence. CV’s, Tech.
Reports/types, Precis, comprehension, Paragraph writing (200 word)
on current topics, writing notices, agenda, circulars.
UNIT –III
Secretarial Skills- Effective communication, listening and feedback
skills, telephone handling, Attending meeting, preparing of agenda,
writing of minutes, summaries. Handling problem situations. Control
of voice and proper use of phonetics.
UNIT –IV
Presentation and Discussion Skills- Types of communication. Barriers
to Communication. Effective use of kinesics, Planning interviews and
making presentations. Taking initiatives- especially in group
discussions, overcoming nervousness, making audience analyses and
establishing leadership.
Text & Reference Books:
1. K.K. Sinha, “Business Communication”.
2. Varinder Pal, “Business Communication”.
3. T. M. Farhatullah, “Communication Skills for Technical Students”.
4. Shiv K. Khera, “You can Win”.
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


business practice and management


UNIT-I
Concepts of Business, Commerce and Industry, Business
Environment- Macro and Micro Environment, Business System,
Forms of Business Organization - Sole trader, Partnership, Companies
HUF and Co-operative organization.
UNIT-II
Organization structure-Meaning and importance, Nature and Types of
Organization, Forms of Organization, Formal and Informal
Organization, Line and staff Agency, Theories of Organization- Human
Relations theory, Bureaucratic theory, System theory and Contingency
theory of organization.
UNIT-III
Management- Meaning, definition and importance, Management
concept, functions, Principles of management and Management
Process. Planning- concepts and its types, Decision making concept,
Management by objectives (M.B.O.). Motivation-Concepts and theories,
Leadership- Concepts and styles.
UNIT-IV
Organizing- Concepts, Nature and Significance, Authority and
responsibility, Centralization and Decentralization, Communication-
Nature, Process and types of communication networks. Managerial
control - concepts and Process, Techniques of control.
Text & Reference Books:
1. Sharma Sudhir and Bansal, “Principles of Management”, Anamika
Publishers.
2. Sharma, R. K. and Gupta, S. K., “Business Organisation and
Management”, Kalyani Publishers.
3. Sharma, N. K., “Current issues in Management”, Indus Valley
Publication.
4. Singh, U.K. and Dewan J.M., “Business Management”,
Management Executives Handbook Series.
5. Michael A. Hitt, Black, J. Stewart, “Management”, 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.


maths


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) xn ex (ii) Xm (log x)m (iii) Xn cos x and xn sin x (iv) cosnx sinmx
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.

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