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  • 1. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 Telangana University SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION & EXAMINATION MCA I YEAR w.e.f: 2011-2012 SEMESTER – I Scheme of Scheme of Examination Instruction SyllabusSl. Periods per Ref. SUBJECT Maximum MarksNo Week Duration No. in Hrs. Univ. Exam Sessionals THEORY Discrete1 CS 601 4 - 3 70 30 Mathematics Probability &2 CS 602 4 - 3 70 30 Statistics Computer Programming3 CS 603 4 - 3 70 30 and Problem Solving Elements of4 CS 604 Information 4 - 3 70 30 Technology Modern5 CS 605 Economic 4 - 3 70 30 Analysis PRACTICAL Programming Lab – I1 CS 631 - 6 3 50 25 (C & C++ Programming) Programming2 CS 632 Lab – II - 6 3 50 25 (EIT Lab) Total 20 12 450 200TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 1 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 2. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 601 DISCRETE MATHEMATICSInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT – IFundamentals of Login: Basic Connectives and Truth Tables, Logical Equivalence, LogicalImplication, Use of Quantifiers, Definitions and the Proof of Theorems.Boolean Algebra: Switching Functions, Logic gates, Don’t Care Condition.Set Theory: Sets and Subsets, Set operations and the Laws of Set theory, Counting and VennDiagrams.UNIT-IIProperties of Integers: The well-ordering principle, Recursive definitions, The DivisionAlgorithm, Euclidean Algorithm, Fundamental theorem of arithmetic. Functions: CartesianProduct, Functions, Onto Functions, Special Functions, Pigeonhole Principle ,Compositionand Inverse Functions, Computational Complexity. Relations: Partial Order Relations,Lattices, Equivalence Relations and Partitions.UNIT-IIIPrinciple of inclusion and Exclusion: Principles of Inclusion and Exclusion,Generalization of principle, Derangements, Rooks Polynomial, Arrangements withForbidden Positions.Generating Functions: Introductory examples, Definitions and examples, Partition ofIntegers, Exponential generating function, Summation operator.UNIT-IVRecurrence Relations: First-order linear recurrence relation, Second-orderlinear homogeneous recurrence relations with constant coefficients, Non-homogeneousrecurrence relations, Divide -and- conquer algorithms.Algebraic Structures: Definition , Examples and properties.Groups: Definition, Examples and elementary properties, Homomorphism,Isomorphism and Cyclic groups.UNIT – VGraph Theory: Definitions and examples, Subgraphs, Complements and graph isomorphism,Vertex degree, Planar graphs: Hamiltonian paths and Cycles, Graph coloring.Trees: Definitions, Properties and Examples, Rooted Trees. Spanning Trees and MinimumSpanning Trees.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 2 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 3. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012Suggested Reading: 1. Ralph P.Grimaldi, “Disrete and Combinatorial Mathematics”, person Education, 4th Edition, 200, References: I. Kenneth H Rosen, "Discrete Mathematics and its Applications" Tata McGraw Hill , 6th Edition,2007. 2. J.P.Tremblay & R.Manohar, "Discrete mathematical Structures-with Applications to Computer science" ,McGraw Hi11.1987." 3. Joe L.Mott, A.kanda! & T.p.Baker, "Discrete mathematics for Computer scientists, & mathematicians", prentice Hall N.J., 1986 4. Kevin Ferland, "Discrete Mathematics", Houghton Mifflin Company, 2009.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 3 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 4. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 602 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT -IData Validation and Information Abstraction: Methods of collecting data efficiently, Gatheringinformation from data charting.UNIT -IIProbability: Laws of Probability, Probability distributions, Discrete, Equiprobable, binomialPoisson.UNIT -IIIContinuous Distributions: Rectangular, normal, gamma and beta.UNIT-IVStatistical Methods: Frequency distributions, Mathematical Expectation, Moments, Skewness andKurtosis.UNIT -VCorrelation and Regression, Introduction to tests of Significance, u, t, x tests.Suggested reading: 1. S.C. Gupta and V.K. Kapoor, "Fundamentals of mathematical Statistics", 1989. 2. William Mendenhall, Robert J. Beaver, Barbara M. Beaver, " Introduction to Probability and Statistics ", Thomson Brooks/Cole, Eleventh Edition, 2003. 3. Richard A. Johnson, "Probability and Statistics for Engineers ", Prentice Hall of India. Seventh Edition 2005.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 4 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 5. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 603 COM PUTER PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVINGInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksThe First Three Units (I, II & III) are for ‘C’ Programming and the last Two Units (IV and V)are for C++UNIT -IIntroduction to Computers: Computer Systems, Computing Environments, Computer Languages,Creating and Running programs, System Development.Introduction to C Language: C programs, identifiers, Types, Variables, Constants, Operators.Input/Output, Expressions:- precedence and associatively, evaluating expressions, type conversion,statements, Selection:- making decisions (conditional statements) ,repetition (control statements).UNIT-IIFunctions : Designing Structured Programs, Functions in C, User-defined functions, Inter-functioncommunication (Parameter passing mechanism), Standard Functions, Scope, Recursion.Arrays: Concepts, Using Arrays in C, Inter-Function Communication (Passing arrays to functions), TwoDimensional arrays, Multidimensional arrays. Application:- selection, bubble and insertion sort.Pointers: Introduction, Pointers for Inter-Function Communication, Pointers to Pointers, Compatibility,Arrays and Pointers Cw.r.t arithmetic, passing arrays to function), memory allocation functions ..Strings : String concepts, C Strings, String Input/Output Functions, Array of Strings, String Manipulationfunctions.UNIT -IIIEnumerated, Structure, and Union Types: The Type -Definition ( typedef), Enumerated types,Structure, Unions. Enumerations, Unions, Pre-Processor Directives.Text Input/Output Files in C: Files, Streams, Standard Library Input/Output functions, FormattingInput/Output Functions, Character Input/Output Functions,Binary Input/Output : Text versus Binary streams, Standard Library Functions in Files, Converting FileType.UNIT-IVIntroduction to C++: Introduction and Basic elements of C++.Functions in C++: User-defined functions, Types of functions, Parameter passing mechanisms,Overloading, Inline fUl1ctions, Function Templates.UNIT- VClasses: Introduction to classes, Inheritance, Operator Overloading, Dynamic Polymorphismusing Virtual functions, Abstract Classes. Templates and Exceptional Handling.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 5 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 6. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012Suggested Reading:1) Behrouz A. Forollzan, Richard F Grilberg, "Computer Science - A Structured approach using C", 3rd Edition, Cengage Learning 2007. (For Units I, II, III).2) D. S. Malik, "C++ Programming Language ", Cengage Learning, 2009. (For Units IV and V)References:1. Harry.H. Cheng, "CIC++ for Engineers and Scientist - An Inte1]Jretive Approach", McGraw-Hill, International Edition, 2009.2. Owen L. Astrachan, "Programming with C++", Tata Mcgraw Hill, 2007.3. Bjarne Stroustrup, "The C++ Programming language", 3rd Edition, Addison- Wesley, 1998 ..TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 6 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 7. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 604 ELEMENTS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT -IDigital Age: Digital basis of Computers, Data/Information, Hardware Input, Output, Memory,Communication Hardware, Software, Application Software, System Software, Communications, Fivekinds of Computers, Development in communication Technology, Connectivity and . Interactivity, FiveGenerations of Programming Languages, Programming languages used today, Object Oriented & VisualProgramming.Operating Systems: Booting, Managing Storage, Resources, Files tasks, Common operating systems:Windows 95/98, DOS, and Windows -NT.UNIT -IIProcessors: The CPU and Main Memory, Data Representation, Micro Computer System Unit, Input &Output devices, Keyboard, Pointing devices, Source data entry devices, Soft copy output, Hardcopyoutput, more output devices, Diskettes, Hard-disks, Optical disks, Flash memory, Magnetic tape,Compression and Decompression.UNIT -IIITelecommunications:DATA, Video, Audio communication, the Internet, the World Wide Web, newInternet technologies, Communication channels, Networks,· conduits of communication, Communicationnetworks, Local networks, factors affecting communication among devices.UNlT- IVFiles & Databases: Data storage hierarchy, File management, Files Management Systems, DatabaseManagement Systems, type of database organization, and features of a DBMS.Application Software: Common features of software, Word processing, Spread sheet, software for Cyberspace, Internet programming, HTML, XML, & Active X.UNIT - VInformation Systems: Organization:- Departments, Tasks, Iv1anagcment Levels, Management Informationsystems, Six phases of system analysis and design.Software Development: Programming as a five step procedures.Security Issues: Threats to computers & Communication systems, Safeguarding computers, andcommunications.Suggesied Reading:1) Williams B.K. Sawyer et.al., "Using. information Technology", Sixth Edition, Tata McGraw Hill, 2006. References: 1) Aksoy & DeNardis " Introduction to fr?tormatiol1 technology", Cengage Learning, 2006. 2) Dennis P. Curtin & Kim Folley, et.a!., n!l?!i>rll1utiol1 Technolop,y. The breaking Wave", Tata McGraw Hill, 1998. 3) ITL Edn Solutions Ltd. "Introduction to b!formaiiol1 Technology", Pearson Education,2005.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 7 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 8. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CM 605 MODERN ECONOMIC ANALYSISInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT -IThe nature and scope of Managerial Economics, Fundamental concepts 0f managerial Economics.UNIT -IIDemand Analysis, concepts of demand, demand elasticity’s.UNIT -IIIProduction and cost analysis and principles: Production function, single output isoquantum, average costcurve -Laws of returns -Laws of supply, price determination under different competitive situation.UNIT -IVNational income: Concepts, measurement and determinants.Planning: The machinery for planning in India, Salient features of Indias Five, Year plans.UNIT-VIndian Financial Systems, Functions and role of Reserve Bank of India. Conventional Banks and IndustrialFinance. Term "lending Financial Institutions -role and functions . . .Suggested reading: 1) Dhiraj Bhatacharya & Pranab Chakraborti, "Fundamentals of Business Economics", A. H. Wheeler & Co. (P) Ltd., 1986. 2) Barry Keating & J. Holton Wilson, "Mangeral Economics", Biztantra, Second edition, 2003. 3) Dominick Salvatore, "Manageral Economics", Thomson, Fourth Edition, 2001.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 8 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 9. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 631 PROGRAMM1NG LAB-1 (C & C++ PROGRAMMING)Instruction: 6 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 50 MarksSessional: 25 MarksC –Programs: 1. Program to calculate simple formulae like area of Circle, Rectangle etc, 2. Program to find Maximum, Minimum and Sum of given set of numbers. 3. Program to find whether a number is Prime or not. 4. Program to find Sinc(x) and Cosine(x,} using series expansion 5. Program to demonstrate Cal!-by-Reference parameter passing mechanism. 6. Program to implement Linear and Binary Search mechanisms. 7. Program to implement Selection and Bubble sort. 8. Program to implement Matrix multiplication using pointers. 9. Program to find the number of letters, words and sentences in a given string. 10. Program to do String manipulation without using in-built library functions. 11. Program to generate address labels using structures. 12. Program to demonstrate Sequential file Access. 13. Program to demonstrate Random File Access. C++ Programs 1. Recursive functions (Greatest common divisor, Tower of Hanoi, Fibonacci etc). 2. Classes for Bank Account, Student Information, Library Catalogue, Employee 3. Creation of Complex, Vector classes using operator overloading. 4. Creation of Inheritance hierarchy (bank account, person) 5. Template functions for Min ( ) and Max ( ) for finding minimum and maximum in a List 6. Program on Class Templates 7. Programs demonstrating virtual, pure virtual functions using abstract base class "Shape". 8. Programs to demonstrate multiple inheritances and exception handling. 9. Programs demonstrating Stream and File I/O using student and employee classes.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 9 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 10. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 632 PROGRAMMING LAB-II (EIT Lab)Instruction: 6 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 50 MarksSessional: 25 MarksAt the end or the course, students should be able to:1.Identify and describe the relationships and role of the components of the "Logical diagram of the computer. (e.g. processor, RAM, ROM, BIOS, input, output, storage.) 2. Relate the "logical" diagram of a computer system to the "physical" system by identifying physical components of a computer and describing their purpose. (e.g. the processor, memory chips, motherboard, disk drives, and controller cards such as AGP board, network cards, sound card, as well as parallel and serial ports etc)” 3. Assemble the computer which they will use and load the OS with partitions for Windows and Linux, configure for network connection 4. Troubleshoot his/her PC from time to time 5. Install/Un installs SW/HW on his/her PC from time to time 6. Identify and distinguish between various types of application software. by describing and using them. (e.g. word processor, spreadsheet, database, browser, mailers etc.) 7. MS Word: Create documents with standard formatting commands, single/multi column, insert pictures/objects, drawings, hyperlinks, header/footer, and tables. No macros. 8. MS Power Point: Create presentations with preset animations, using different layouts, backgrounds, slide master, insert pictures/objects, drawings, hyperlinks, header/footer, tables 9. MS Excel: Creating worksheets with various kinds of data, making charts, conditional formatting, awareness of the various functions- statistical, date/time, math/trig etc, ability to explore (help) and use these functions if need be, demonstration through some common functions like sum, average, standard deviation, logical and information. 10. HTML: Should be able to create their web-page (title, text, frames, hyperlinks to some sites, pictures, lists, tables, fonts, forms and color) without using any web authoring tools.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 10 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 11. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-201211. Distinguish between various commercially available systems by relating the cost to features available on each system.Alias Cp Fip Man TalkBanner Date Gv Mkdir telnetBc Diff Gunzip More UnzipGh Dir Head Mv ViCal Display History Passwd VimCat Df Id Pine VimtutorCc Du Indent Ps WallEd Echo Dill Pwd WaitChgrp Exit Last Reboot WhereisChmod Fg Login Rm WhoClear File Logname Rmdir WhoamiChfn Finger In Shutdown WrieChown Find Logout Tail ZipCmp Gzip Is Tar Ands mail12. MS-Access: Create database for student information, library information and inventory. Generation of queries, reports and transaction processing.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 11 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 12. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 TELANGANA UNIVERSITY SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION & EXAMINATION MCA I YEAR SEMESTER- II w.e.f: 2011-2012 Scheme of Scheme of Examination Instruction SyllabusSl. Periods per Ref. SUBJECT Maximum MarksNo Week Duration No. in Hrs. Univ. Exam Sessionals THEORY Accounting &1 CS 651 Financial 4 - 3 70 30 Management Principles of Object2 CS 652 4 - 3 70 30 Oriented Programming Management3 CS 653 Information 4 - 3 70 30 Systems4 CS 654 Data Structures 4 - 3 70 30 Computer5 CS 655 4 - 3 70 30 Architecture PRACTICAL Programming1 CS 681 Lab – III - 6 3 50 25 (OOP Lab) Programming2 CS 682 Lab – IV - 6 3 50 25 (DS Lab) Total 20 12 450 200TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 12 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 13. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 651 ACCOUNTINC AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENTInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT -IAn overview of Accounting cycle -Basic. concepts and conventions -Books of Account -Terminal statement.UNIT- IIFinancial statement analysis and interpretation -Ratio analysis.UNIT -IIIWorking capital -Sources and uses –Funds flow and cash flow analysis -Management ofinventory_UNIT- IVCapital Budgeting -Techniques for evaluation -Cost of capital -Computation of specific costs,and weighted average cost of capitalUNIT-VAnalysis of costs and their behavior -Cost volume -Profit analysis Variable costing andabsorption costing.Budgets- Flexible Budgeting -Long and Short term forecasting.Suggested Reading:!) James. C Van Horne, "Fundamentals of Financial Management", Pearson edition,Eleventh edition, 2001.2) Khan MY, lain PK, "Financial Management", Tata McGraw Hill, Second Edition, 19933) Maheswari SN, "Management Accounting and Financial Control", Sultan Chand & Co.4) Gupta G, Radhaswamy M, "Advanced Accountancy", Sultan Chand,& Sons.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 13 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 14. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 652 PRINCIPLES OF OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMINGInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT-IObject Oriented System Development: Understanding Object Oriented Development, Understanding ObjectOriented Concepts, Benefits of Object Oriented Development.Java Programming Fundamentals: Introduction, Overview of Java, Data types, Variables and Arrays,Operators, Control Statements, Classes, Methods, Inheritance, Packages and Interfaces.UNIT-IIExceptional Handling, Multithreaded Programming, 1 to basics, Reading console input and output, Reading andWriting Files, Print Writer Class, String Handling.UNIT -IIIExploring Java language , Collections Overview, Collections interfaces, Collection Classes, Iterators, RandomAccess Interface, Maps, Comparators, Arrays, Legacy classes and Interfaces, String Tokenizer, Bit Set, Date,Calendar observable, Timer.UNIT IVJava I/O classes and Interfaces, Files, Stream and Byte Classes, Character Streams, Serialization.UNIT -vGUI and Event Driven Programming: Applet Class, Event Handling, Delegation event model event classes,event listener Interfaces.Customizing Frame Windows, GUI Programming Basics, Text Related CUI Components, Layout Managers,Effective use of Nested panels, Other GUI components, Menus and Handling Mouse Events.Suggested reading: 1. Patrick Naughton "JAVA 2, The Complete Reference" Tata McGraw Hi1l 2005. 2. Richard A. Johnson, "Java Programming and Object-Oriented Application Development" Cengage Learning, India edition 2009References: 1. John Dean and Raymond Dean "Introduction to Programming with JAVA Aproblem solving approach", McGraw Hill 2008. 2. Joc Wigglesworth and Paula McMillan, Java Programming: Advanced Topics" Cengage Learning, 3rd Edition 2009 3.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 14 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 15. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS.653 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMSInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT-lAn Introduction to concepts of System and Organizations. Strategic uses of Information Technology,Business Process in Engineering and Information Technology.UNIT-II ..Applications of Operational Information Systems to Business, Tactical and Strategic InformationSystem to Business.UNIT -IIIInformation Systems Planning, approach to System Building Alternative Application Development.UNIT-IVManaging Knowledge, Knowledge Management in the Organization, Enhancing ManagementDecision-Making, DSS, GDSS, and ESS.UNIT- VManagement of Information Systems. Information System security and control, Ethical issue,managing firm infrastructure and Enterprise system. Suggested Reading: 1. Robert Schultheis, Mary Summer, "Management Information Systems The Managers view", Tata McGraw Hill, fourth edition, 2006. 2. Kenneth C. Loudon, Jane P laudon, "Management Information System", Prentice Hall, 2008 Reference: 1. Ralph Stair, George Reynolds" Principles information Systems", Cengage Learning 2008. 2. James A, OBrien, " Management Information Systems ", Tata McGraw Hill, Sixth edition, 2004.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 15 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 16. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 654 DATA STRUCTURESInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT – ILinear Lists: Array based representation Linked Lists: Properties, Operations, Ordered LinkedLists, Doubly Linked Lists, Circular Linked Lists.UNIT - IIMatrices: Special and Sparse matrices.Stacks: Operations, array and linked represent~tiol1 of stacks, applications of stacksQueues: Operations, array and linked representation of queues, applications of queues.UNIT-IIITrees: Definitions and properties. Binary trees: Binary tree traversal (recursive and non recursive).Binary Search Trees: Operations and Analysis, A VL Trees: Operations onAVL trees. B- Trees, Operations on B-Trees UNIT -IVSearching Algorithms: Sequential Search and Binary Search. Complexity analysis of searchingalgorithms. Hashing: Collision resolution, Open addressing, Quadratic probing, Chaining. HashingAnalysis. Sorting Algorithms: Selection Sort, Quick Sort, Merge Sort, Heap Sort, Shell Sort.Cornplexity analysis of sorting algorithms.UNIT -vGraphs: Definitions, notations and representations. Operations on Graphs, GraphTraversals, Applications of Graphs: Shortest Path and Minimal Spanning Tree Algorithms.Suggested Reading: 1. S Sahani, "Data Structures, Algorithms and Applications in C++" Second Edition, Universities Press, 2005.References: 2. D S Malik, "Data Structures using C++", Cengage Learning, 2003 3. Carmen Leiserson & Rivest, "Introduction to Algorithms", Prentice Hall India, 1996. 4. Mark Allen Weiss, "Data structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++", Third Edition, Pearson Education,2007TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 16 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 17. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 655 COMPUTER ORGANIZATIONInstruction: 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 70 MarksSessional: 30 MarksUNIT -IDigital Logic Circuits: Digital Computers, Logic Gates, Boolean Algebra, MapSimplification, Combinational Circuits, Flip Flops, Sequential Circuits.Digital Components: Integrated Circuits, Decoder, Multiplexers, Registers, Shift Registers,Binary counter, Memory unit.Data Representation: Data types, Complements, Fixed and Floating PointRepresentation, Other binary codes and error Detection codes.UNIT -IIRegister Transfer and Micro operations:. Register Transfer language, Register transfer,Bus and Memory Transfer, Arithmetic Micro operations, Logic Micro operations, ShiftMicro operations and Arithmetic logic shift unit.Basic Computer Organization and Design: Instruction codes, Computer Registers, ComputerInstructions, Timing and Control, Instruction Cycles, Memory Reference Instructions, Input,Output and Interrupts, Design of Accumulator logic.UNIT -IIIProgramming the Basic Computer: Introduction, Machine Language, Assembly Language, TheAssembler, Programming Arithmetic and Logic Operations, Subroutines, and I/O, Programming.Micro programmed Control: Control Memory, Address Sequencing, Micro program Example,Design of Control Unit.UNIT -IVCentral Processing Unit: Introduction, General Register Organization, Stack Organization,Instruction Formats, Addressing Modes, Data Transfer and Manipulation, Program Control, RISC.Parallel Processing: Pipelining, Arithmetic Pipeline, Instruction Pipeline, RISC Pipeline. ComputerArithmetic: Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication algorithms, Division Algorithms, Floating pointarithmetic operations, decimal arithmetic unit, and decimal arithmetic operations.UNIT -VInput -Output organization: Peripheral Devices, I/O Output interlace, Asynchronous data transfer,Modes 0ftransfer, Priority Interrupt, OM A, Input output Processor, Serial Communication.Memory Organization: Memory Hierarchy, Main Memory, Cache Memory.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 17 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 18. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012Suggestcd Reading: 1. M. Morris Mano, "Computer System Architecture", Pearson Education Asia, Third Edition, 1993.References: 2. Miles Murdocca, Vincent Heuring, "Computer Architecture and Organization", John Wiley & Sons 2007. 3. Sivarama P Dandamudi “Fundamentals of Computer Organization and Design”, Wiley Dream Tech publishers, 2003. 4. William stallings, “Computer Organization & Architecture”, Pearson Education, Sixth Edition 2003, 5. G.V.Anjaneyulu “Computer Organization”.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 18 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 19. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 681 PROGRAMMING LAB - III (OOP Lab)Instruction: 6 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 50 MarksSessional: 25 MarksI. A program to illustrate the concept of class with constructors, methods and overloading.2. A program to illustrate the concept. of inheritance and dynamic polymorphism3. A program to illustrate the usage of abstract class. ~4. A program to illustrate multithreading.5. A program to illustrate thread synchronization.6. A program to illustrate Exception handling.7. A program to illustrate user-defined Exceptions8. A program to demonstrate use of User-defined Packages.9. A program using String Tokenizer . 10. A program using Linked list class 11. A program using Tree Set class 12. A program using Hash Set and Iterator classes. 13. A program using Map classes. 14. A program using Enumeration and Comparator interfaces. 15. A program using File and File name Filter 16. A program to illustrate the Usage of Byte and Character I/O streams. 17. A program to illustrate the Usage of Serialization 18. Program using Date class 19. An application involving GUI with different controls, menus and event handling. 20. A program to implement an applet.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 19 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 20. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 CS 682 PROGRAMMING LAB - IV (Data Structures Lab)Instruction: 6 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination: 3 HoursUniversity Examination: 50 MarksSessional: 25 Marks 1. Implementation of ADT Stacks.(Arrays and Linked representations). 2. Infix to Postfix conversion (unparenthesized) 3. Infix to Postfix conversion (Parenthesized) 4. Evaluation or postfix expression. 5. Implementing Parenthesis M8lching Application using Stack 6. Implementation of ADT Queues. (Linear, Circular and DeQueue) Application of Queues (Super-market, Ticket reservation etc) 7. Implementation of ADT Linked Lists (Singly, doubly and Circular) Implementation of Linear, binary search. 8. Implementation of Hashing 9. Implementation of Collision resolution techniques. 10. Implementation of Insertion sort. 11. Implementation of Selection sort. 12. Implementation of Shell sort. 13. Implementation of Quick sort. 14. Implementation of Merge sort. 15. Implementation of basic operations on Binary trees. 16. Implementation of traversals on binary trees. 17. Implementation of Binary Search Trees 18. Implementation of Heap sort. 19. Implementation of operations of A VL Trees. 20. Implementation of Red-Black Trees. 21. Implementation of Graph Search Methods. 22. Program to find a Minimal Spanning Tree.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 20 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 21. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 Telangana University SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION & EXAMINATION MCA II YEAR w.e.f: 2011-2012 SEMESTER – I Scheme of Scheme of Examination Instruction SyllabSl. us Periods per Ref. SUBJECT Maximum MarksNo Week Duration No. in Hrs. Univ. Exam Sessionals THEORY CS SOFTWARE1 4 - 3 70 30 701 ENGINEERING DATABASE CS2 MANAGEMENT 4 - 3 70 30 702 SYSTEM DESIGN & CS3 ANALYSIS OF 4 - 3 70 30 703 ALGORITHMS CS OPERATING4 4 - 3 70 30 704 SYSTEMS CS OPERATIONS5 4 - 3 70 30 705 RESEARCH PRACTICALS CS Programming Lab-1 - 6 3 50 25 731 V (DBMS Lab) CS Programming Lab-2 - 6 3 50 25 732 VI (OS LAB) Total 20 12 450 200TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 21 MCA SYLLABUS
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  • 33. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 Telangana University SCHEME OF INSTRUCTION & EXAMINATION MCA II YEAR w.e.f: 2011-2012 SEMESTER – II Scheme of Scheme of Examination InstructionSl. Syllabus Periods SUBJECT Maximum MarksNo Ref. No. per Week Duration in Hrs. Univ. Sessionals Exam THEORY Data Warehousing and Data1 CS 751 4 - 3 70 30 Mining2 CS 752 Computer Networks 4 - 3 70 303 CS 753 Unix Programming 4 - 3 70 304 CS 754 Web Programming 4 - 3 70 30 ELECTIVE –I (Any One) CS 755 Artificial Intelligence5 4 - 3 70 30 CS 756 Distributed Systems CS 757 Information Retrieval Systems PRACTICALS Programming Lab – VII1 CS 731 - 6 3 50 25 Unix Programming Lab Programming Lab – VIII2 CS 732 - 6 3 50 25 Web Programming Lab Total 20 12 450 200TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 33 MCA SYLLABUS
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  • 39. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 39 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 40. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 40 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 41. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 41 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 42. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 42 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 43. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 43 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 44. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 44 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 45. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 45 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 46. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 46 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 47. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 Telangana University SCEME OF INSTRUCTIION & EXAMINATION MCA III YEAR w.e.f: 2011-2012 SEMESTER – I Scheme of Scheme of Examination InstructionSl. Syllabus Periods SUBJECT Maximum MarksNo Ref. No. per Week Duration in Hrs. Univ. Sessionals Exam THEORY1 CS 801 SOFTWARE TESTING 4 - 3 70 302 CS 802 MIDDLE WARE TECHNOLOGIES 4 - 3 70 303 CS 803 OBJECT ORIENTED SYSTEM 4 - 3 70 30 DEVELOPMENT ELECTIVE – II (Any One) CS 804 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE CS 805 HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION CS 806 SOFTWARE REUSE4 4 - 3 70 30 TECHNIQUES CS 807 SOFT COMPUTING CS 808 XML AND WEB SERVICESTELANGANA UNIVERSITY 47 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 48. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 ELECTIVE – III (Any One) CS 809 MOBILE COMPUTING CS 810 INFORMATION SECURITY5 CS 811 SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION 4 - 3 70 30 CS 812 RICH INTERNET APPLICATIONS CS 813 SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICALS Programming Lab – IX1 CS 831 - 6 3 50 25 (OOSD LAB) Programming Lab - X2 CS 832 - 6 3 50 25 (MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGIES LAB) Total 20 12 450 200TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 48 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 49. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012CS 801 SOFTWARE TESTINGInstruction 4 Periods per weekDuration of University Examination 3 HoursUniversity Examination 70 MarksSessional 30 MarksUnit-IA Mathematical Context: A Perspective on Testing, ExamplesFunctional Testing: Boundary Value Testing, Equivalence Class Testing, Decision Table-Based Testing, Retrospective on Functional Testing.Unit-IIStructural Testing: Path Testing, Dataflow Testing, Retrospective on Structural Testing.Unit-IIIIntegration and System Testing: Levels of Testing, Integration Testing, System Testing,Interaction Testing.Unit-IVObject-Oriented Testing: Issues in Object-Oriented Testing, Class Testing, Object-OrientedIntegration Testing, GUI Testing, Object-Oriented System Testing.Unit-VMillennium Testing: Exploratory Testing, Model-Based Testing, Test-Driven Development,All Pairs Testing, Software Testing Excellence.Suggested Reading:1. Paul C. Jorgensen, Software Testing: A Craftsman’s Approach, 3rd Edition, CRC Press, 2007.2. Boris Beizer, Software Testing Techniques, Dreamtech, 2009.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 49 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 50. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 802 M ID D L E W A R E T E C H N O L O G IE SIn s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU n it – IC lie n t/S e rv e r C o n c e p ts :C lie n t-S e rv e r,F ile S e rv e r, D a ta b a s e s e rv e r, G ro u p s e rv e r, O b je c t S e rv e r,W eb s e rv e r, M id d le w a re – G e n e ra l m id d le w a re – S e rv ic e s p e c ific m id d le w a re . C lie n t/S e rv e rB u ild in g b lo c k s – R PC – M e s s a g in g – P e e r- to - P e e r. W e b S e rv ic e s – SO A , SO A P, W SD L,R E S T S e rv ic e s .U n it – I IE JB A rc h ite c tu re : E J B – E J B A rc h ite c tu re – O v e rv ie w o f E J B s o ftw a re a rc h ite c tu re – V ie w ofE J B – C o n v e rs io n – B u ild in g a n d D e p lo y in g E J B s – R o le in E J B .U n it – I I IE JB A p p lic a tio n s : E J B S e s s io n B eans – E JB e n tity beans – E JB C lie n ts – E JB D e p lo y m e n tB u ild in g a n a p p lic a tio n w ith E J B .U n it – I VC O R B A : E J B – D is tr ib u te d S y s te m s – P u r p o s e – E x p lo rin g C O R B A a lte rn a tiv e s – A rc h ite c tu reo v e rv ie w – C O R B A a n d n e tw o rk in g m o d e l – C O R B A o b je c t m o d e l – ID L – O R B – B u ild in g a na p p lic a tio n w ith C O R B A .U n it – VC O M : C O M - D a ta ty p e s – In te rfa c e s – P ro x y and S tu b – M a rs h a llin g – Im p le m e n tin gS e rv e r/C lie n t – In te rfa c e P o in te rs – O b je c t C re a tio n , In v o c a tio n , D e s tru c tio n – C o m p a ris o nC O M and C O R B A – In tro d u c tio n to .N E T – O v e rv ie w o f .N E T a rc h ite c tu re – M a rs h a llin g –R e m o tin g .S u g g e s te d R e a d in g : 1. R o b e rt O rfa li, D a n H a rk e y and J e ri E d w a rd s , T h e E s s e n tia l C lie n t / S e rv e r S u rv iv a l G u id e , G a lg o tia P u b lic a tio n s P v t.L td , 2 0 0 2 (U n it 1 ). 2. T o m V a le s k y , E n te rp ris e J a v a B e a n s , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , 2 0 0 2 (U n it 2 & 3 ). 3. J a s o n P r itc h a r d , C O M a n d C O R B A s id e b y s id e , A d d is o n W e s le y , 2 0 0 0 ( U n it 4 & 5 ) . nd 4. J e s s e L ib e rty , P ro g ra m m in g C # , 2 E d itio n , O ’ R e illy P re s s , 2 0 0 2 (U n it5 ). 5. A rn o P u d e r, K a y R o m e r a n d F ra n k P ilh o fe r, D is trib u te d S y s te m s A rc h ite c tu re , M o rg a n K a u fm a n , 2 0 0 6 . 6. M o w b ra y , In s id e C O R B A , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , 2 0 0 2 . 7. J e re m y R o s e n b e rg e r, T e a c h y o u rs e lf C O R B A in 1 4 d a y s , T e c M e d ia , 2 0 0 0 .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 50 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 51. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 803 O B J E C T O R IE N T E D S Y S T E M D E V E L O PM E N TIn s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU n it – IU M L In tro d u c tio n : W h y w e m o d e l, In tro d u c in g th e U M L , H e llo W o rld . B a s ic S tru c tu ra lM o d e lin g : C la s s e s , R e la tio n s h ip s , C o m m o n M e c h a n is m s , D ia g r a m s , C la s s D ia g r a m s .A d v a n c e d S tru c tu ra l M o d e lin g : A d v a n c e d C la s s e s , A d v a n c e d R e la tio n s h ip s , R e la tio n s h ip s ,I n te r f a c e s , T y p e s a n d R o le s , P a c k a g e s , I n s ta n c e s , O b je c t D ia g r a m s , C o m p o n e n ts .U n it – I IB a s ic B e h a v io ra l M o d e lin g : In te ra c tio n s , U s e C a s e s , U s e C a s e D ia g ra m s , In te ra c tio n D ia g ra m s ,A c tiv ity D ia g ra m s .A dvanced B e h a v io r a l M o d e lin g : E v e n ts a n d s ig n a ls , S ta te M a c h in e s , P r o c e s s e s a n d T h re a d s ,T im e s a n d s p a c e , S ta te C h a rt D ia g ra m s .U N IT – IIIA rc h ite c tu ra l M o d e lin g : A rtifa c ts , D e p lo y m e n t C o lla b o ra tio n s , P a tte rn s and F ra m e w o rk s ,A r tif a c t d ia g r a m s , D e p lo y m e n t d ia g r a m s , S y s te m s a n d m o d e ls .U n it – I VU n ifie d S o ftw a re D e v e lo p m e n t P ro c e s s : T h e U n ifie d P ro c e s s ,T h e F o u r P s , A U s e - C a s e - D riv e nP ro c e s s , A n A rc h ite c tu re , A n A rc h ite c tu re – C e n tric P ro c e s s , A n Ite ra tiv e a n d in c re m e n ta lP ro c e s s .U n it – VC o re W o rk flo w s : R e q u ire m e n ts C a p tu re , C a p tu rin g R e q u ire m e n ts as U se C a s e s , A n a ly s is ,D e s ig n , Im p le m e n ta tio n , T e s t.S u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. G ra d y B ooch, Jam es R u m b a u g h , Iv o r Jacb so n , T h e U n ifie d M o d e lin g Language – U ser nd G u id e , (C o v e rin g U M L 2 .0 ) 2 E d itio n , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , I n d ia , 2 0 0 7 .2. Iv o r J a c b s o n , G ra d y B o o c h , J a m e s R u m b a u g h , T h e U n ifie d S o ftw a re D e v e lo p m e n t P ro c e s s , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , In d ia , 2 0 0 8 .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 51 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 52. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 804 E L E C T R O N I C C O M M E R C E (E le c tiv e -I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU N IT – IE le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e – E le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e F ra m e W o rk , E le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e a n d M e d iaC o n v e rg e n c e , A n a to m y of E - C o m m e rc e a p p e lla tio n s , E le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e C onsum era p p lic a tio n s , E le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e O rg a n iz a tio n A p p lic a tio n s .C onsum er O rie n te d E le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e – C o n su m e r- O rie n te d A p p lic a tio n s , M e rc a n tileP r o c e s s M o d e ls , M e r c a n tile M o d e ls f r o m th e C o n s u m e rs ’ P e rs p e c tiv e ., M e rc a n tile M o d e ls fro mth e M e rc h a n ts ’s P e rs p e c tiv e .U N IT – IIE le c tro n ic P a y m e n t s y s te m s – T y p e s o f E le c tro n ic P a y m e n t S y s te m s , D ig ita l T o k e n – B asedE le c tro n ic P a y m e n t S y s te m s , S m a rt C a rd s E le c tro n ic P a y m e n t S y s te m s , C re d it C a rd - B a s e dE le c tro n ic Paym ent S y s te m s , R is k and E le c tro n ic Paym ent s y s te m s , D e s ig n in g E le c tro n icP a y m e n t S y s te m s .U N IT – IIIIn te r O rg a n iz a tio n a l C o m m e rc e A nd E D I - E le c tro n ic D a ta In te rc h a n g e , E D I a p p lic a tio n s inb u s in e s s , E D I: L e g a l, S e c u rity , a n d P riv a c y is s u e s , E D I a n d E le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e ED I Im p le m e n ta tio n , M IM E , and V a lu e added net w o rk s .-S ta n d a rd iz a tio n and E D I, ED IS o ftw a re Im p le m e n ta tio n , ED I E n v e lo p e fo r M essage T ra n s p o rt, V a lu e -A d d e d N e tw o rk s ,In te rn e t-B a s e d E D I.In tra o rg a n iz a tio n a l E le c tro n ic C o m m e rc e – In te rn a l In fo rm a tio n S y s te m s , W o rk F lo wA u to m a tio n and C o o rd in a tio n , C u s to m iz a tio n and in te r n a l C o m m e rc e , S u p p ly c h a inM a n a g e m e n t.U N IT – IVC o rp o ra te D ig ita l L ib ra ry – D im e n s io n s o f I n te r n a l e le c tr o n ic C o m m e rc e S y s te m s , T y p e s o fD ig ita l D o c u m e n ts , Is s u e s b e h in d D o c u m e n t In fra s tru c tu re , C o rp o ra te D a ta W a re h o u s e A d v e rtis in g and M a rk e tin g on th e In te rn e t – In fo rm a tio n based m a rk e tin g , a d v e rtis in g onIn te rn e t, o n -lin e m a rk e tin g p ro c e s s , m a rk e t re s e a rc h .U N IT –VC onsum er S e a rc h and R e s o u rc e D is c o v e r y – S e a rc h and R e s o u rc e D is c o v e r y p a ra d ig m s ,I n f o r m a tio n s e a r c h a n d R e tr ie v a l, E le c tr o n ic C o m m e r c e c a ta lo g u e s o r D ir e c to r ie s , in f o r m a tio nfilte rin g , C o n s u m e r -D a ta In te rfa c e 3 :E m e rg in g T o o ls .M u ltim e d ia and D ig ita l V id e o – key m u ltim e d ia c o n c e p ts , D ig ita l V id e o and E le c tro n icC o m m e rc e , D e s k to p v id e o p ro c e s s in g , D e s k to p v id e o c o n fe re n c in g .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 52 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 53. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 805 H U M A N C O M P U T E R I N T E R A C T I O N (E le c tiv e -I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU N IT - IIm p o rta n c e o f th e u s e r in te rfa c e . C h a ra c te ris tic s o f g ra p h ic a l a n d w e b u s e r in te rfa c e s ,U s e rIn te rfa c e D e s ig n P ro c e s s : K n o w in g th e c lie n t, U n d e rs ta n d in g b u s in e s s fu n c tio n , P rin c ip le s o fg o o d s c re e n d e s ig n .U N I T -I IS y s te m M e n u s a n d N a v ig a tio n S c h e m e s , K in d s o f w in d o w s , D e v ic e b a s e d c o n tro ls , S c re e nb a s e d c o n tro ls , T e s t a n d M e s s a g e s .U N IT - IIIF e e d b a c k , G u id a n c e a n d a s s is ta n c e . In te rn a tio n a liz a tio n a n d a c c e s s ib ility , g ra p h ic s , ic o n s a n dim a g e s , c o lo u rs , L a y o u t w in d o w s a n d p a g e s .U N IT - IVI n te r a c tio n D e s ig n : I n tr o d u c tio n , G o a ls , U s a b ility , C o n c e p tu a liz a tio n in te r a c tio n : P r o b le ms p a c e , C o n c e p tu a l m o d e ls , I n te r f a c e m e ta p h o r s , I n te r a c tio n p a r a d ig m s , C o g n itio n : C o n c e p tu a lfra m e w o rk s fo r c o g n itio n . C o lla b o ra tio n a n d C o m m u n ic a tio n : S o c ia l m e c h a n is m , C o n c e p tu a lfra m e w o rk .U N IT - VA ffe c tiv e a s p e c ts , E x p re s s iv e in te rfa c e , U s e r fru s tra tio n , A g e n ts , P ro c e s s o f in te ra c tio nd e s ig n , A c tiv iti e s c h a r a c te r is tic s , P r a c tic a l is s u e s , L if e c y c le m o d e ls , D e s ig n : P r o to ty p in g a n dc o n s tru c tio n , P ro to ty p in g , c o n c e p tu a l d e s ig n , P h y s ic a l d e s ig n E v a lu a tio n : In tro d u c tio n ,F ra m e w o rk , T e s tin g a n d m o d e llin g u s e rs : K in d s o f te s ts ,D o in g u s e r te s tin g , E x p e rim e n ts ,P re d ic tiv e m o d e ls .S u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. W ilb e rt O .G a litz , T h e E s s e n tia l G u id e to U s e r In te rfa c e D e s ig n , W ile y D re a m te c h 2 0 0 2 .2. S h a rp , R o g e rs , P re e c e , In te ra c tio n D e s ig n , J o h n W ile y , 2 0 0 7 .3. A n d re w S e a rs , J u lie A J a c k o , H u m a n , C o m p u te r In te ra c tio n F u n d a m e n ta l s , C R C P re s s , 2009.4. D a n R O s le n , H u m a n , C o m p u te r In te ra c tio n , C e n g a g e L e a rn in g , 2 0 1 0 .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 53 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 54. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 806 S O F T W A R E R E U S E T E C H N I Q U E S (E le c tiv e – I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU N I T -IS o ftw a re re u s e su ccess fa c to rs , R e u s e d riv e n s o ftw a re e n g in e e rin g b u s in e s s , O b je c t o ri e n te ds o ftw a re e n g in e e rin g , a p p lic a tio n s a n d com p onent sub s y s te m s , u s e case c o m p o n e n ts , o b je c tc o m p o n e n ts .U N I T -I ID e s ig n P a tte rn s – In tro d u c tio n , C re a tio n a l p a tte rn s , fa c to ry , fa c to ry m e th o d , a b s tra c t fa c to ry ,s in g le to n , b u ild e r p ro to ty p e .U N I T -I IIS tru c tu ra l P a tte rn s - A d a p te rs , b rid g e , c o m p o s ite , d e c o ra to r, fa ç a d e , fly w e ig h t, p ro x y .B e h a v io ra l P a tte rn s – C h a in o f re s p o n s ib ility , c o m m a n d , in te rp re te r.U N I T -I VB e h a v io ra l P a tte rn s – Ite ra to r, m e d ia to r, m e m e n to , o b s e rv e r, s ta z te , s tra te g y , te m p la te , v is ito r,o th e r, d e s ig n p a tte rn s - W h o le p a rt, m a s te r - s la v e ,v ie w h a n d le r, fo rw a rd e r - re c e iv e r, c lie n t –d is p a tc h e r- s e rv e r, p u b lis h e r – s u b s c rib e r.U N I T -VA rc h ite c tu ra l p a tte rn s – L a y e rs ,p ip e s a n d filte rs , b la c k b o a rd , b ro k e r ,m o d e l - v ie w c o n tro lle r,p r e s e n ta tio n - a b s tr a c tio n – c o n t r o l, m ic r o k e r n e l, r e f l e c tio n .S u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. Iv a r ja c a b s o n , M a rtin G ris s , P a tric k H ohson – S o ftw a re R e u s e . A rc h ite c tu re , P ro c e s s a n d O rg a n iz a tio n fo r B u s s in e s s S u c c e s s , A C M P re s s , 1 9 9 7 .2. E r ic h G a m m a , R ic h a r d H e lm , R a lp h J o h n s o n , J o h n V lis s id e s – D e s ig n P a tte r n s - A d d is o n , 1 9 9 5 , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n .3. F ra n k B u s c h m a n n e tc . – P a tte rn O rie n te d S o ftw a re A rc h ite c tu re – V o lu m e 1 , W ile y 1 9 9 6 .4. Jam es W C o o p e r – J a v a D e s ig n P a tte rn s , a tu to ria l, A d d is o n 2 0 0 0 , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 54 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 55. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 807 S O F T C O M P U T I N G (E le c tiv e - I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU N I T -IF u n d a m e n ta ls o f N e u ra l N e tw o rk s : B a s ic C o n c e p ts o f N e u ra l N e tw o rk s , H u m a n B ra in , M o d e l o fan A rtific ia l N e u ro n , N e u ra l N e tw o rk A rc h ite c tu re s , C h a ra c te ris tic s of N e u ra l N e tw o r k s ,L e a rn in g M e th o d s , T a x o n o m y o f N e u ra l N e tw o rk A rc h ite c tu re s , H is to ry o f N e u ra l N e tw o rkR e s e a rc h , E a rly N e u ra l N e tw o rk A rc h ite c tu re s , S o m e A p p lic a tio n D o m a in s .B ack P ro p a g a tio n N e tw o rk s : A rc h ite c tu re of a B ack P ro p a g a tio n N e tw o rk , B a c k P ro p a g a tio nL e a rn in g , Illu s tra tio n , A p p lic a tio n s .U N I T -I IA s s o c ia tiv e M e m o ry : A u to c o rre la to rs , H e te r o c o r r e la to r s , W ang Et A l’s M u ltip le T ra in in gE n c o d in g S tra te g y , E x p o n e n tia l B A M , A s s o c ia tiv e M e m o ry fo r R e a l-C o d e d P a tte rn P a irs ,A p p lic a tio n s , R e c e n t T re n d s .A d a p tiv e R e s o n a n c e T h e o ry : In tro d u c tio n , A R T 1 , A R T 2 , A p p lic a tio n s , S e n s itiv e s o f O rd e rin go f D a ta .U N I T -I IIF u z z y S e t T h e o ry : F u z z y V e rs u s C ris p , C ris p S e ts , F u z z y S e ts , C ris p R e la tio n s , F u z z y R e la tio n s .Fuzzy S y s te m s : C ris p L o g ic , P re d ic a te L o g ic , Fuzzy L o g ic , Fuzzy R u le B ased S y s te m s ,D e fu z z ific a tio n M e th o d s , A p p lic a tio n s .U N I T -I VF u n d a m e n ta ls o f G e n e tic A lg o rith m s : G e n e tic A lg o rith m s : H is to ry , B a s ic C o n c e p ts , C re a tio n o fO ffs p rin g s , W o rk in g P rin c ip le , E n c o d in g , F itn e s s F u n c tio n , R e p ro d u c tio n .G e n e tic M o d e lin g : In h e rita n c e O p e ra to rs , C ro s s O v e r, In v e rs io n , A nd D e le tio n , M u ta tio nO p e ra to r, B it-W is e O p e ra to rs , B it-W is e O p e ra to rs u s e d in G A , G e n e ra tio n a l C y c le , C o n v e rg e n c eo f G e n e tic A lg o rith m s , A p p lic a tio n s , M u lti - L e v e l O p tim iz a tio n , R e a l L ife P ro b le m , D iffe re n c e sa n d S im ila ritie s B e tw e e n G A a n d O th e r T ra d itio n a l M e th o d s , A d v a n c e s in G A .U N I T -VIn te g ra tio n o f N e u r a l N e t w o r k s , F u z z y L o g i c a n d G e n e t i c A l g o r i t h m s : H y b r i d S y s te m s , N e u r a lN e t w o r k s , F u z z y L o g ic , a n d G e n e t ic A lg o r i t h m s H y b r i d s , P r e v i e w o f H y b r i d S y s t e m sG e n e tic A lg o rith m s B a s e d B a c k p ro p a g a tio n N e tw o rk s : G a B a s e d W e ig h t D e te rm in a tio n , A p p lic a tio n s .F u z z y L o g ic C o n tr o lle d C o n tr o lle d G e n e tic A lg o rith m s : S o ft C o m p u tin g T o o ls , P r o b le m D e s c rip tio n o fO p tim u m D e s ig n , F u z z y C o n s tr a in ts , I llu s tra tio n s , G A in F u z z y L o g ic C o n tro lle r D e s ig n , F u z z y L o g icC o n tro lle r, F L C -G A B a s e d S tr u c tu ra l O p tim iz a tio n , A p p lic a tio n s .S u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. S .R a ja s e k a ra n , G .A . V ija y a la k s h m i P a i, N e u ra l N e tw o rk s , fu z z y lo g ic , and g e n e tic a lg o rith m s - G e n e tic A lg o rith m , P H I L e a rn in g P riv a te L im ite d -2 0 1 02. S .N .S iv a n a n d a m , S .N .D e e p a W ile y In d ia , P rin c ip le s of SO FT C O M P U T IN G , Second E d itio n 2 0 1 1 .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 55 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 56. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 808 X M L A N D W E B S E R V I C E S (E le c tiv e – I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU N IT - I :I n tr o d u c tio n : R o le O f X M L - X M L a n d T h e W e b - X M L L a n g u a g e B a s ic s - S O A P - W e bS e rv ic e s - R e v o lu tio n s O f X M L - S e rv ic e O rie n te d A rc h ite c tu re (S O A ).U N IT - II :X M L T e c h n o lo g y : X M L T e c h n o lo g y , X M L - N a m e S p a c e s - S tru c tu rin g W ith S c h e m a s a n dD T D - P re s e n ta tio n T e c h n iq u e s - T ra n s fo rm a tio n - X M L In fra s tru c tu re .U N IT - III:S O A P : O v e rv ie w O f S O A P - H T T P - X M L -R P C - S O A P : P ro to c o l - M e s s a g e S tru c tu re -In te rm e d ia rie s - A c to rs - D e s ig n P a tte rn s A n d F a u lts - S O A P W ith A tta c h m e n ts .U N IT - IV :W E B S e rv ic e s : O v e rv ie w - A rc h ite c tu re - K e y T e c h n o lo g ie s - U D D I - W S D L - e b X M L - S O A PA n d W e b S e rv ic e s In E -C o m - O v e rv ie w O f .N E T A n d J 2 E E .U N IT - V :X M L S e c u rity : S e c u rity O v e rv ie w - C a n o n ic a liz a tio n - X M L S e c u rity F ra m e w o rk - X M LE n c ry p tio n - X M L D ig ita l S ig n a tu re - X K M S S tru c tu re - G u id e lin e s F o r S ig n in g X M LD o c u m e n ts - X M L In P ra c tic e .S u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. F ra n k . P . C o y le , X M L , W e b S e rv ic e s A n d T h e D a ta R e v o lu tio n , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , 2 0 0 2 .2. R a m e s h N a g a p p a n , R o b e rt S k o c z y la s a n d R im a P a te l S rig a n e s h , D e v e lo p in g J a v a W e b S e rv ic e s , W ile y P u b lis h in g In c ., 2 0 0 4 .3. S a n d e e p C h a tte rje e , J a m e s W e b b e r, D e v e lo p in g E n te rp ris e W e b S e rv ic e s , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , 2 0 0 4 .4. M c G o v e rn , e t a l., J a v a W e b S e rv ic e s A rc h ite c tu re , M o rg a n K a u fm a n n P u b lis h e rs ,2 0 0 5 . G u s ta v o A , F a b io C , H a ru m i K , V ija y M . W e b S e rv ic e s : C o n c e p ts , A rc h ite c tu re s a n d A p p lic a tio n s . S p rin g e r (U n iv e rs itie s P re s s ), 2 0 0 4TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 56 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 57. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 809 M O B I L E C O M P U T I N G (E le c tiv e -I I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU N IT - IIn tro d u c tio n a n d a p p lic a tio n s o f m o b ile c o m p u tin g , W ire le s s tra n s m is s io n : F re q u e n c ie s , S ig n a ls ,A n te n n a s , S ig n a l P ro p a g a tio n , M u ltip le x in g , M o d u la tio n , S p re a d s p e c tru m , C e llu la r s y s te m s .M e d iu m A c c e s s C o n tro l, S D M A , F D M A , T D M A , C D M A , C o m p a ris o n s .U N IT - IIT e le c o m m u n ic a tio n s y s te m , G S M , D E C T , T D M A , T E T R A , U M T S & IM T -2 0 0 0 .S a te llite s y s te m s : A p p lic a tio n s , B a s ic s , ro u tin g , lo c a liz a tio n , H a n d o v e r.B ro a d c a s t s y s te m s : C y c lic re p re s e n ta tio n o f d a ta , D ig ita l a u d io B ro a d c a s ti n g , D ig ita l v id e oB ro a d c a s tin g , C o n v e rg e n c e o f B ro a d c a s tin g a n d m o b ile c o m m u n ic a tio n .U N IT - IIIW ire le s s L A N : In fra re d V s R a d io T ra n s m is s io n , In fra s tru c tu re a n d A d h o c N e tw o rk s , IE E E8 0 2 .1 1 , H IP E R L A N , B lu e to o th .U N IT - IVM o b ile IP , D y n a m ic H o s t C o n fig u ra tio n P ro to c o l, M o b ile A d h o c N e tw o rk s , M o b ile T ra n s p o rtL a y e r, T ra d itio n a l T C P , C la s s ic a l T C P im p ro v e m e n ts , T C P o v e r 2 .5 /3 G W ire le s s N e tw o rk s ,P e rfo rm a n c e E n h a n c in g P ro x ie s .U N IT - VO p e ra tin g S y s te m s fo r M o b ile D e v ic e s : F e a tu re s o f W in d o w s C E , P a lm O S , S y m b ia n O s , J a v aC a r d s u p p o r t f o r M o b ility : F ile s y s te m s , W W W , W ir e le s s A p p lic a t io n P r o to c o l.S u g g e s te d R e a d in g : nd1. J o c h e n M .S c h ille r, M o b ile C o m m u n ic a tio n s , 2 e d itio n , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , In d ia 2 0 0 3 . nd2. H a n s m a n n , M e rk , N ic k lo u s , S to b e r, P rin c ip le s o f M o b ile C o m p u tin g , 2 e d itio n S p rin g e r In te rn a tio n a l e d itio n , 2 0 0 3 . nd3. D h a rm a P . A g a rw a l, Q in g A n Z e n g , In tro d u c tio n to w ire le s s a n d M o b ile s y s te m s , 2 e d itio n T h o m a s In d ia 2 0 0 7 .4. F ra n k A d e ls tie n , S a n d e e p K .S .G u p ta , F u n d a m e n ta ls o f M o b ile a n d P e rv a s iv e C o m p u tin g , T a ta M c G ra w H ill, 2 0 0 5 .5. Iv a n S to jm e n o v ic , H a n d b o o k o f W ire le s s a n d M o b ile C o m p u tin g , W ile y In d ia , 2 0 0 6 .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 57 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 58. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 810 I N F O R M A T I O N S E C U R I T Y ( E le c t iv e – I I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU N I T -IIn tro d u c tio n :H is to ry , C ritic a l c h a ra c te ris tic s o f in fo rm a tio n , N S T IS S C s e c u rity m o d e l,C o m p o n e n ts o f a n in f o r m a tio n s y s te m , S e c u r in g th e c o m p o n e n ts , B a la n c in g s e c u r ity a n da c c e s s , T h e S D L C , T h e s e c u rity S D L C .N e e d fo r S e c u rity : B u s in e s s n e e d s , T h re a ts , A tta c k s - s e c u re s o ftw a re d e v e lo p m e n t.U N I T -I IL e g a l, E th ic a l a n d p ro fe s s io n a l Is s u e s : L a w a n d e th ic s in in fo rm a tio n s e c u rity , R e le v a n t U .Sla w s - in te rn a tio n a l la w s a n d le g a l b o d ie s , E th ic s a n d in fo rm a tio n s e c u rity .R is k M a n a g e m e n t: O v e r v ie w , R is k id e n tif ic a tio n , R is k a s s e s s m e n t, R is k c o n tr o l s tr a te g ie s ,s e le c tin g a r is k c o n tr o l s tr a te g y , Q u a n titiv e v e rs u s q u a lita tiv e r is k c o n tr o l p r a c tic e s , R is km a n a g e m e n t d is c u s s io n p o in ts , R e c o m m e n d e d ris k c o n tro l p ra c tic e s .U N I T -I IIP la n n in g fo r S e c u rity : S e c u rity p o lic y ,S ta n d a rd s a n d p ra c tic e s , S e c u rity b lu e p rin t, S e c u ritye d u c a tio n , C o n tin u ity s tra te g ie s .S e c u rity T e c h n o lo g y :F ire w a lls a n d V P N s : P h y s ic a l d e s ig n , F ire w a lls , P ro te c tin g re m o tec o n n e c tio n sU N I T -I VS e c u r ity T e c h n o lo g y : I n tr u s io n d e te c tio n , a c c e s s c o n tr o l a n d o th e r s e c u r ity to lls : I n tr u s io nd e te c tio n a n d p re v e n tio n s y s te m s , S c a n n in g a n d a n a ly s is to o ls , A c c e s s c o n tro l d e v ic e s .C ry p to g ra p h y : F o u n d a tio n s o f c ry p to lo g y , C ip h e r m e th o d s , C ry p to g ra p h ic A lg o rith m s ,C ry p to g ra p h ic to o ls , P ro to c o ls fo r s e c u re c o m m u n ic a tio n s , A tta c k s o n c ry p to s y s te m s .U N IT - VIm p le m e n tin g In fo r m a tio n S e c u rity : In fo rm a tio n s e c u rity p ro je c t m a n a g e m e n t, T e c h n ic a lto p ic s o f im p le m e n ta tio n , N o n te c h n ic a l a s p e c ts o f im p le m e n ta tio n , S e c u r ity c e r tif ic a tio n a n da c c re d ita tio n .S e c u rity a n d P e rs o n n e l: P o s itio n in g a n d s ta ffin g s e c u rity fu n c tio n , E m p lo y m e n t p o lic ie s a n dp ra c tic e s , In te rn a l c o n tro l s tra te g ie s .In fo rm a tio n s e c u rity m a in te n a n c e : S e c u rity m a n a g e m e n tm o d e ls , T h e m a in te n a n c e m o d e l, D ig ita l fo re n s ic sS u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. M ic h e l E W ith m a n a n d H e rb e rt J M a tto rd , P rin c ip le s a n d P ra c tic e s o f In fo rm a tio n S e c u rity , C e n g a g e L e a rn in g , 2 0 0 9 .2. T h o m a s R P e ltie r, J u s tin P e ltie r, J o h n B la c k le y , In fo rm a tio n S e c u rity F u n d a m e n ta ls , A u e rb a c h P u b lic a tio n s , 2 0 1 0 .3. D e tm a r W S tra u b , S e y m o u r G o o d m a n , R ic h a rd L B a s k e rv ille , In fo rm a tio n S e c u rity , P o lic y , P ro c e s s e s a n d P ra c tic e s , P H I , 2 0 0 8 .4. M a rk M e rk o w a n d J im B re ith a u p t, In fo rm a tio n S e c u rity P rin c ip le a n d P ra c tic e s , P e a rs o nTELANGANA UNIVERSITY 58 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 59. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 811 SY ST E M A D M IN IST R A T IO N (E le c tiv e – I I I )I n s tr u c tio n 4 P e r io d s p e r w e e kD u r a tio n o f U n iv e r s ity E x a m in a t io n 3 H oursU n iv e r s ity E x a m in a tio n 70 M arksS e s s io n a l 30 M arksU N IT - IF u n c tio n s o f s y s te m a d m in is tra tio n , U N IX : F ile s , P ro c e s s e s D e v ic e s , file s y s te m , e s s e n tia la d m in is tra tiv e to o ls : G re p , a w k , file s a n d d ire c to ry c o m m a n d s , s ta rtin g a n d s h u td o w n p ro c e s s .U N IT - IIU s e r a c c o u n ts , s e c u rity , m a n a g in g s y s te m re s o u rc e s : S y s te m p e rfo rm a n c e , m a n a g in g C P Uu s a g e , m e m o ry , d is k I/O a u to m a tin g ta s k s w ith s c rip ts .U N IT - IIIF ile s y s te m a n d D is k s : M o u n tin g , a d d in g d is k s , C D -R o m d e v ic e s , a n d b a c k u p a n d re s to rete rm in a ls m o d e m s a n d p rin te rs .U N IT - IVT C P /IP N e tw o rk M a n a g e m e n t: T C P /IP n e tw o rk in g , a d d in g a n e w h o s t, N F S /N IS , m o n ito rin g th en e tw o rk , E -m a il,c o n fig u rin g a n d b u ild in g K e rn e l fo r L in u x .U N IT - VW in d o w s 2 0 0 3 S e rv e r : S ta rtu p , s h u td o w n , s e rv e r c o n fig u ra tio n , u s e r a c c o u n ts , m a n a g in gp ro c e s s e s , d is k s a n d file s y s te m s e c u rity .N o te : F irs t fo u r u n its a re re la te d to U N IX s y s te m , F ifth u n it is re la te d to W in d o w s 2 0 0 3 S e rv e r.S u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. A e le o n F ris c h , E s s e n tia l S y s te m A d m in is tra tio n , O ’R e illy , 1 9 9 5 , S e c o n d E d itio n .2. A e le o n F ris c h , E s s e n tia l W in d o w s A d m in is tra tio n , O ’R e illy , 1 9 9 8 , F irs t E d itio n .3. N e m e th , U n ix S y s te m A d m in is tra tio n , P e a rs o n E d u c a tio n , 2 0 0 0 .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 59 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 60. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 812 R I C H I N T E R N E T A P P L I C A T I O N S (E le c tiv e -I I I )I n s tr u c tio n 4 P e r io d s p e r w e e kD u r a tio n o f U n iv e r s ity E x a m in a t io n 3 H oursU n iv e r s ity E x a m in a tio n 70 M arksS e s s io n a l 30 M arksU N I T -IW e b 2 .0 F o lk s o n o m ie s a n d W e b 2 .0 , S o ftw a re a s a s e rv ic e . M u ltip le d e liv e ry c h a n n e ls(V o ic e – V O X M L , a n d A N T (H T M L ), S o c ia l N e t w o rk in g .U N IT - IIC lie n t s id e p ro g ra m m in g – O v e rv ie w o f J a v a S c rip t, O b je c ts in J a v a S c rip t, R e g u la r e x p re s s io n s ,O v e rv ie w o f X M L , D T D a n d X M L S c h e m a , D O M a n d S A X P a rs e rs ,C S S ,X S L T .U N IT - IIIW e b S e rv ic e s - S O A ,S O A P ,W S D L ,R E S T S e rv ic e s .J S O N F o rm a t- A ja x in tro d u c tio n , X M L H T T P o b je c t c o m p a ris o n w ith I fra m e s .U N I T -I VB u ild in g R ic h In te rn e t A p p lic a tio n - F la s h P la y e r, F le x fra m e w o rk , M X M L in tro d u c tio n , A c tio nS c rip t In tro d u c tio n , w o rk in g w ith A c tio n S c rip t, F le x D a ta b in d in g , C o m m o n U I C o m p o n e n tsu s in g D a ta g rid s . T re e c o n tro ls , P o p u p c o n tro ls e tc .U N I T -VM a s h u p u s in g F le x a n d A ja x . W e b s e rv ic e s in F le x . S e m a n tic w e b (W e b 3 .0 ). R e s o u rc eD e s c rip tio n F ra m e w o rk , u s e a n d e x a m p le s , O n to lo g ie s , W e b o n to lo g y la n g u a g e (O W L ).S u g g e s te d R e a d in g :1. Iv a n B a y ro s s ,W e b E n a b le d C o m m e rc ia l A p p lic a to n D e v e lo p m e n t u s in g H T M L , D H T M L , J a v a s c rip t , P e r l C G I ,B P B P u b lic a tio n s , 2 0 0 7 .2. C o lin M o o c k , E s s e n tia l A c tio n s c rip t 3 .0 , O ’R e illy p u b lic a tio n s , 2 0 0 7 .3. S te v e n H o lz n e r, A ja x B ib le W ile y In d ia E d itio n , 2 0 0 7 .4. J u s tin G e h tla n d e t a l, A W e b 2 .0 P rim e r P ra g m a tic A ja x , S P D P u b lic a tio n s , 2 0 0 6 .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 60 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 61. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 813 S O F T W A R E P R O J E C T M A N A G E M E N T (E le c tiv e -I I I )In s tru c tio n 4 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 7 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 3 0 M a rk sU n it – IIn tro d u c tio n to S o f tw a re P ro je c t M a n a g e m e n t, P ro je c t E v a lu a tio n a n d P ro g ra m m e M a n a g e m e n t,A n O v e rv ie w o f P ro je c t P la n n in g .U n it – I IS e lc tio n o f a n A p p ro p ria te P ro je c t A p p ro a c h , S o ftw a re E ffo r t E s tim a tio n , A c tiv ity P la n n in g .U n it – I I IR is k M a n a g e m e n t, R e s o u rc e A llo c a tio n , M o n ito rin g & C o n tro l.U n it – I VM a n a g in g C o n tra c ts , M a n a g in g P e o p le in S o ftw a re E n v iro n m e n ts , W o rk in g in T e a m s .U n it – VS o ftw a re Q u a lity , A n O v e rv ie w o f P R IN C E 2S u g g e s te d R e a d in g : th1. B o b H u g h e s a n d M ik e C o tte re ll, “ S o ftw a re P ro je c t M a n a g e m e n t” , T a ta M c G ra w H ill, 5 E d itio n , 2 0 1 0 . st2. “ W a lk e r R o y c e ” , P e a rs o n ,1 E d itio n .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 61 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 62. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 831 P R O G R A M M IN G L A B IX O O SD L A BIn s tru c tio n 6 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 5 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 2 5 M a rk sS tu d e n ts h a v e to p e r fo r m th e fo llo w in g O O A D s te p s o n a g iv e nC a s e S tu d y : * U s e C a s e M o d e lin g * S tru c tu ra l M o d e lin g * B e h a v io ra l M o d e lin g * A rc h ite c tu ra l M o d e lin gT h e o u tp u t s h o u ld c o n s is ts o f: * U s e c a s e D ia g ra m s * C la s s D ia g r a m s * S e q u e n c e D ia g ra m s * C o lla b o ra tio n D ia g ra m s * S ta te C h a rt D ia g ra m s * A c tiv ity D ia g ra m s * D e p lo y m e n t D ia g ra m s * C o m p o n e n t D ia g ra m sS tu d e n ts s h o u ld fo rm in to g ro u p s . T h e y s h o u ld c a rry o u t th e C a s e S tu d y a s a g ro u p a c tiv ity . T h ela b s h o u ld b e c a rrie d o u t u s in g a C A S E T o o l. F in a lly th e y s h o u ld s u b m it a re p o rt.S tu d e n ts s h o u ld fa m ilia riz e th e m s e lv e s w ith R a tio n a l T e s t S u ite / W in R u n n e r/ L o a d R u n n e r.TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 62 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 63. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 832 P R O G R A M M IN G L A B X M ID D L E W A R E T E C H N O L O G IE S L A BIn s tru c tio n 6 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 3 H o u rsU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n 5 0 M a rk sS e s s io n a l 2 5 M a rk s 1. C re a te a D is trib u te d n a m e S e rv e r (lik e D N S ) R M I. 2. C r e a te a J a v a B e a n to d r a w v a r io u s g r a p h ic a l s h a p e s a n d d is p la y it u s in g o r w ith o u t u s in g B D K . 3. D e v e lo p a n e n te rp ris e J a v a B e a n fo r s tu d e n t In fo rm a tio n S y s te m . 4. D e v e lo p a n e n te rp ris e J a v a B e a n fo r L ib ra ry o p e ra tio n s . 5. C re a te a n d in v o k e W e b S e rv ic e s . 6. D e v e lo p a c o m p o n e n t fo r c o n v e rtin g th e c u rre n c y v a lu e s u s in g C O M /.N E T . 7. D e v e l o p a c o m p o n e n t f o r b r o w s i n g C D c a t a l o g u e u s i n g C O M / .N E T . 8. D e v e lo p a c o m p o n e n t fo r re trie v in g in fo rm a tio n f ro m m e s s a g e b o x u s in g D C O M /.N E T . 9. D e v e lo p a m id d le w a re c o m p o n e n t fo r re trie v in g S to c k M a rk e t E x c h a n g e in fo rm a tio n u s in g C O R B A . 1 0 . D e v e lo p a m id d le w a re c o m p o n e n t fo r re trie v in g B a n k b a la n c e u s in g C O R B A .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 63 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 64. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012 Telangana University SCEME OF INSTRUCTIION & EXAMINATION MCA III YEAR w.e.f: 2011-2012 SEMESTER – II Scheme of Scheme of Examination Instruction SyllabusSl. Periods per Ref. SUBJECT Maximum MarksNo Week Duration No. in Hrs. L/T D/P Univ. Exam Sessionals THEORY Project1 CS 851 3 - - 25 Seminar Project2 CS 852 6 - Grade 50 GRADES: Excellent / Very Good / Good / Satisfactory / UnsatisfactoryTELANGANA UNIVERSITY 64 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 65. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 851 P R O JE C T SE M IN A RIn s tru c tio n 3 P e rio d s p e r w e e kS e s s io n a l 2 5 M a rk s 1. O ra l p re s e n ta tio n is a n im p o rta n t a s p e c t o f C o m p u te r S c ie n c e e d u c a tio n . T h e o b je c tiv e o f th e s e m in a r is to p r e p a r e th e s tu d e n t f o r s y s te m a tic in d e p e n d e n t s tu d y o f th e a r t to p ic s in th e b ro a d a re a o f h is /h e r s p e c ia liz a tio n . 2. S e m in a r to p ic s c a n b e c h o s e n b y th e s tu d e n ts w ith th e a d v ic e f ro m th e f a c u lty m e m b e r s . 3. S tu d e n ts a re th e e x p o s e d to th e fo llo w in g a s p e c ts o f s e m in a r p re s e n ta tio n s . L ite ra tu re s u rv e y O rg a n iz a tio n o f th e m a te ria l P P T P re s e n ta tio n T e c h n ic a l w ritin g E a c h s tu d e n t is r e q u ir e d to 4. S u b m it o n e p a g e o f S y n o p s is o f th e s e m in a r ta lk tw o d a y s b e fo re fo r d is p la y o n n o tic e b o a rd . 5. G iv e 2 0 m in u te s P P T p re s e n ta tio n , fo llo w e d b y 1 0 m in u te s d is c u s s io n . 6. S u b m it a re p o rt o n th e s e m in a r to p ic w ith a lis t o f re fe re n c e s a n d s lid e s u s e d w ith in a w eek. T h e s e s s io n a l m a r k s w ill b e a w a r d e d to th e s tu d e n ts b y a t le a s t 2 f a c u lty m e m b e r s o n th e b a s is o f a n o ra l a n d w ritte n p re s e n ta tio n a s w e ll a s th e ir in v o lv e m e n t in th e d is c u s s io n .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 65 MCA SYLLABUS
  • 66. WITH EFFECT FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012C S 852 PR O JE C TIn s tru c tio n 6 P e rio d s p e r w e e kD u ra tio n o f U n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n V iv a -V o c eU n iv e rs ity E x a m in a tio n G ra d eS e s s io n a l 50 M a rk sS ix th S e m e s te r o f th e M C A c o u rs e is e x c lu s iv e ly m e a n t fo r p ro je c t w o rk . P ro je c t h a s to bec a rrie d o u t b y e a c h s tu d e n t in d iv id u a lly in a p e rio d o f 1 5 w e e k s o f d u ra tio n . S tu d e n ts s h o u ld sts u b m it a s y n o p s is a t th e e n d o f 1 w e e k in c o n s u lta tio n w ith th e P ro je c t G u id e . T h e s y n o p s iss h o u ld c o n s is t o f d e fin itio n o f th e p ro b le m , s c o p e o f th e p ro b le m and p la n of a c tio n . A fte rc o m p le tio n of fo u r w eeks s tu d e n ts a re re q u ire d to p re s e n t a P ro je c t S e m in a r on th e to p icc o v e r in g th e a s p e c ts o f a n a ly s is , d e s ig n a n d im p le m e n ta tio n o f th e p r o je c t w o rk .A t th e e n d o f th e s e m e s te r th e s tu d e n ts a re re q u ire d to p re s e n t th e m s e lv e s fo r a U n iv e rs ity V iv e -v o c e e x a m in a tio n in w h ic h e a c h s tu d e n t w ill b e a w a rd e d w ith a g ra d e . A c o m m itte e c o n s is tin g o f tw o f a c u lty m e m b e r s o f th e r e s p e c tiv e c o lle g e a lo n g w ith a g u id e w ille v a lu a te th e p ro je c t a n d a w a rd in te rn a l m a rk s .TELANGANA UNIVERSITY 66 MCA SYLLABUS