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    BHARATHIAR UNIVERSITY: COIMBATORE - 641 046.

    MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (MCA) (Colleges)

    (For Regular ad Distance Education except University Department)

    (FOR THE CADIDATES ADMISTTED DURING THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2005-2006)

    Bharathiar University, which was established in the year 1982 by the Government of Tamil

    Nadu, is situated near the Marudhamalai hills. The campus is ten kilometers away from the city. The

    University offers various master‟s degree Curses and offers facilities for fundamental and advance

    research.

ELIGIBILITY FOR ADMISSION:

    Candidates for admission to the first year course leading to the Degree of Master of

    Computer Applications (M.C.A) will be required to posses:

    A pass in any degree with Mathematics at +2 level or any degree with at least one paper in

    Mathematics or Statistics at degree level.

     In case of SC/ST candidates, a mere pass in any of the above Bachelor's degree will be

    sufficient.

DURATION OF THE COURSE

    The course shall be offered on a full-time basis. The course will consist of five semesters of

    course work and laboratory work and the sixth semester shall be Project work.

REQUIREMENTS OF EXAMS AND ATTENDANCE

    A candidate will be permitted to appear for the University examinations if, he/she secures not

    less than 75% of attendance in the number of working days during the semester and that the

    candidate‟s character has been satisfactory. If a candidate fails to secure 75% attendance and

    conduct has been satisfactory it shall be open to the syndicate or any authority delegated such

    powers to grant exemption to a candidate for valid reasons subject to usual conditions.

EXAMINATIONS

    University examinations shall be conducted at the end of each Semester for the subjects of

    study undergone by the students in that Semester. The question paper pattern for theory

    examination is give below.

    Question Paper Pattern

    Section A 10 Marks (10 Objective type Questions of 1 Mark each;

    No choice)

    Section B 15 Marks (5 Question either or type of 3 Marks each)

    Section C 50 Marks (5 Question either or type of 10 Marks each)

    Practical examinations will be conducted with one internal examiner and one external

    examiner. The question paper for practical examination will jointly be set by both internal & external examiners. One external examiner for every 15 students will be appointed to conduct viva-voce examinations during sixth semester.

SESSIONAL MARKS

    Sessional marks will be awarded to the candidates in both theory and practical. The award shall be on the basis of assessment made by the faculty from the candidate's performance in tests and laboratory work.

PASSING REQUIREMENTS:

    1. Double valuation (One Internal and one External) system will be followed to award marks.

    2. A candidate shall be declared to have passed the examinations in a subject if he/she secures not less than 50% of the total prescribed marks for the subject in sessional and University examinations put together, subject to his/her getting a minimum of 50% of the marks in the University examination.

    3. A candidate who successfully completes the course and passes the examinations prescribed in all the subjects of study and practical examinations shall be declared to have been qualified for the degree.

    4. If a candidate does not complete the course successfully within a period of 6 years (12 semesters) from the date of his/her joining, he/she will be disqualified from the course.

    5. Candidates who have passed 75% with and more aggregate and have cleared all the papers in the first attempt be classified as first class with distinction.

CLASSIFICAITON OF SUCCESSFULL CANDIDATES

    1. All Candidates securing not less than 60% of the aggregate marks including sessional shall be declared to have passed the Degree in FIRST CLASS provided they have passed the examination in every subject including practical, project work and Viva-Voce within three years of joining the course.

    2. Other successful candidates shall be declared to have passed the examinations in SECOND

     CLASS.

    SCHEME OF EAMINATIONS.

    MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS (MCA)

SYLLABUS EFFECTIVE FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2005-2006

    SEM SUBJECT AND PAPER INSTRUCTIONAL UNIVERSITY HRS PER WEEK EXAMINATION

    Duration Max.

    in Hrs. Mark

    1 13A Introduction to information Technology 4 3 100

    13B Computer Organization & Architecture 4 3 100

    13C Problem Solving in C 4 3 100

    13D Numeric Algorithms & Statistics 4 3 100

    13E Accounting & Financial Management 4 3 100

    I3P Information Technology Lab 5 3 100

    13Q Problem solving using C Lab 5 3 100

    II 23A Data Structures & Algorithms 4 3 100

    23B Relational Database Management 4 3 100

     System

    23C System Software & Introduction to 4 3 100

     Operating System

    23D Computer Graphics 4 3 100

    23E Foundation of Computer Science 4 3 100

    23P Data Structures & Algorithms Lab 5 3 100

    23Q RDBMS Lab 5 3 100

    III 33A Object Oriented Analysis and design & 4 3 100

     C++ 33B Advanced Operating System 4 3 100

    33C Analysis & Design of information 4 3 100

     systems

     4 3 100 33D Computer Networks

     4 3 100 33E Operation Research

     5 3 100 33P OOPs & C++ Lab

     5 3 100 33Q Network & OS Lab

     UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTIONAL SEM SUBJECT AND PAPER EXAMINATION HRS PER WEEK

    Duration Max.

    in Hrs. Mark

    IV 43A Visual Programming 4 3 100

    43B Java Programming 4 3 100

    43C Management Concepts & 4 3 100

     Communication

    4EE Elective - I 4 3 100

    4EF Elective - II 4 3 100

    43P Visual Programming Lab 5 3 100

    43Q Java Programming Lab 5 3 100

    V 53A Software Engineering 4 3 100

    53B Internet & Web programming 4 3 100

    53C Data Mining & Warehousing 4 3 100

    5EE Elective - III 4 3 100

    5EF Elective IV 4 3 100

    53P Mini Project 5 3 100

    53Q Internet & Web Lab 5 3 100 VI PROJECT WORK 200

     Project and Viva-Voce (150+50)

* Includes 25% continuous internal assessment marks.

    ELECTIVES FOR FORTH SEMESTER

    ELECTIVE I

    E,1,1 Analysis & Design of algorithms

    E.1.2 Digital Image Processing

    E.1.3. Neural Networks

    ELEVTIVE II

    E,2,1 Multimedia and its applications

    E.2.2 Distributed Computing

    E.2.3 Simulation and Model

    ELECTIVE FOR FIFTH SEMESTER

ELECTIVE III

E.3.1 Software Project Management

    E.3.2 Embedded Systems

    E.3.3 Bio Informatics

ELEVTIVE IV

E.4.1 WAP & XML

    E.4.2 E-Commerce

    E.4.3 AI & Expert Systems

     SEMESTER I PAPER I INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

UNIT - I

     Data and Information : Types of data simple model of a computer Desktop Computer, Acquisition of numbers and textual data : Introduction Input units internal representation of numeric data, representation of characters in computers error detecting codes.

UNIT - II

     Acquiring graphical data : introduction Acquisition of textual data, pictures Storage format for pictures Image compression Fundamentals Image acquisition with digital camera. Acquiring audio

    data Acquisition of video Processing multimedia data processing and displaying textual data.

UNIT - III

     Data Storage : Introduction Memory cell RAM, ROM, Floppy Disk Drive, CD ROM, Archival

    Memory Central Processing Unit Output Devices.

UNIT - IV

     Computer software Computer networks Data organization.

UNIT - V

     Some Internet applications Email WWW Information Browsing Service Information retrieved from World Wide Web Audio on internet Business information system : Introduction Types of information needed by organization Why should we use computer in business Design of operational information system System life cycle Computer systems for transaction processing.

TEXT BOOK

    1. V. Rajaraman, “ Introduction to Information Technology”, Prentice Hall of India, 2003.

REFERENCE BOOK

    1.Ajoy Kumar Ray & Tinku Acharya, "Information Technology Principles and Application”, Prentice Hall of India, 2004.

2. Research and Development Wing ITL Education, “IT Tools and Applications”, Macmillan India Ltd.,

    2004.

3. S.K. Sarkar & A.K. Gupta, Element of Computer Science”, S. Chand & Co., 2002.

    PAPER II COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE

UNIT - I

    Number systems: Binary, Decimal, Octal, Hexadecimal - Conversion from one to another Complements Binary codes.

    Basic Logic Gates Basic Theorems and Properties of Boolean algebra NAND, NOR

    implementation Sum of products- Product of Sums Karnaugh map Tabulation Method Don‟t Care conditions.

UNIT - II

     Combinational Logic Circuits Design : Multiplexers Demultiplexers Decoders Encoders Hall Adder Full Adder Subtractor Parallel Adders.

     Flip-flops : RS, D, JK Flip-flops Registers Shift Registers Ripple Counters Synchronous counters.

UNIT - III

     Register Transfer and Micro Operations : Arithmetic circuits Logic Circuit Shift Circuits Arithmetic logic shift unit Stack organization Instruction formats Addressing modes Data transfer, Manipulation and program control instructions.

UNIT - IV

     Input Output organization : Peripheral Devices Input Output interface Asynchronous Data Transfer (Strobe & Handshaking Method) Modes of Transfer Priority interrupt DMA IOP.

UNIT - V

     Memory organization : Memory Hierarchy Main memory Auxiliary memory Associative memory Cache Memory Virtual Memory.

TEXT BOOK

2. Morris Mano, “ Digital Logic and Computer Design”, PHI.

    3. Morris Mano, “ Computer system architecture”, Third Edition, Pearson education.

REFERENCE BOOK

1.Albert Paul Malvino, Donald P. Leach, "Digital Principles and applications”, Tata Mc Graw Hill Pub,

    Company Ltd.

    2.J.P. Hayes “Computer Architecture and organization” Tata Mc Graw Hill Pub, Company Ltd.,

3. William Stallings, “Computer Organization & Architecture – Designing for performance”, Pearson

    Education, Sixth edition.

    PAPER III PROBLEM SOLVING IN C

UNIT - I

     Planning the Computer Program Flow chart Types of logic used in flowchart Computer Language Hierarchy of programming languages - Classification of programming language Popular programming language Program development process Characteristics of a Good program Program development process error in programming.

UNIT - II

     An overview of C - data types and sizes - declarations - variables - constants - Operators -

    Expressions - Storage classes - Program control structures - Loop control structures C formatted Input/Output - Arrays - Strings.

UNIT - III

     Function - Function Arguments - Function prototype - Recursion - Structure Unions Bit Manipulations and Enumerations Self-Referential Structures Dynamic Memory Allocation.

UNIT - IV

     Pointers Introduction Pointer and Arrays Pointers and Strings Pointer and Structures Pointers and Data structures.

UNIT -V

    File processing C Preprocessors Command Line Arguments Low Level Programming in C Calling BIOS and DOS interrupts Port I/O functions to access CMOS Keyboard and Speaker Writing into Video Buffer.

    

TEXT BOOKS:

1. Yeswanth Kanetkar, “Let us C”

    2. Yeswanth Kanetkar, “Pointers in C”

    3. Yeswanth Kanetkar, “TSR through C”

    4. D.P.Nagpal “Computer Fundamentals – Concepts system & Applications”

REFERENCE BOOKS

    1. Ashok N.Kamthane, “Programming with ANSI and Trubo C”. Pearson Education Asia, 2003. 2. E. Balagurusamy, 'Programming in ANSI C',Tata McGraw Hill.

    3 Deitel & Deitel, “C How to program”, Third Edition, Pearson Education Asia. 4. Tenenbaum, Langsam and Augenstein, “Data Structures Using C”, PHI, ISBN:81-203-0696-1.

    PAPER IV NUMERICAL ALGORITHMS & STATISTICS

UNIT I

    Matrix Rank of a matrix Consistency and inconsistency of systems of linear algebraic

    equations.

    Numeric methods : Curve fitting by methods of least squares Fitting of a straight line

    Parabola and exponential curve.

UNIT II

    Numerical methods : Finite difference operators Difference table Numerical interpolation

    Finding missing values Langrange‟s interpolation. Numerical differentiation Numerical integration rdth Trapezoidal and Simpson‟s 1/3 rule and 3/8 rule.

UNIT III

    Solution of numerical algebraic & transcendental equations Bisection methods Methods of false position Newton Raphson method iterative method.

    Methods of solving simultaneous linear algebraic equations Gauss elimination method

    Gauss Seidal iterative methods.

UNIT IV

    Univariate distribution Frequency distribution Grouped and Ungrouped distributions

    Measures of central tendency Measures of dispersion Coefficient of variation.

    Bivariate distribution : Correlation Types of correlation Karl Pearson‟s coefficient of correlation Rank correlation Regression Regression equations - Methods of solving regression

    equations.

UNIT V

    Probability : Introduction to probability Addition and multiplication theorems conditional

    probability Baye‟s theorem – Probability distribution Binomial poisson, Uniform, Exponential and

    normal distribution. (No derivations simple problems only)

TEXT BOOKS:

    1. M.K. Venkatraman, "Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering”, National Publishing company.

    2. S.C. Gupta and V.K.Kapoor, "Fundamentals of Mathematical Statistics", Sultan Chand and Sons

REFERENCE BOOKS.

    1. P. Kandaswamy K. Thilakavathy and K. Gunavathi, Numerical Methods”, S. Chand & Company Limited, New Delhi, 2

    nd Edition.

    PAPER V ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

UNIT -I

    Accounting : Definition, Objectives, Advantages, Accounting, Accounting Concepts,

    Accounting Conventions, Methods of Accounting Single Entry and Double Entry System. Basic

    Books of accounts Journal and Ledger Preparation of Trial Balance.

    Final Accounts : Trading and Profit and Loss Account and Balance sheet of Sole Proprietary

    Concern.

UNIT - II

    Radio Analysis : Meaning Advantages Limitations Classification of Ration : Profitability,

    Turnover and Solvency Ratios.

UNIT -III

    Fund flow Statement : Concept of Funds Funds flow statement Uses and limitations Preparation of fund flow statement Cash flow statement.

UNIT -IV

    Budget and Budgetary Control : Meaning and definition, Objectives of Budgetary control,

    Advantages and Limitations preparation of different types of budgets.

UNIT -V

    Costing : Definition, Nature and importance Advantages and limitations of Cost accounting Classifications of Cost Preparation of Cost sheet.

    Marginal Costing : Meaning, Advantages cost Volume profit analysis Break Even analysis Uses and assumptions Applications of Marginal Costing.

Text Books :

    1. Vinayakam, Mani Nagarajan, “Principles of Accuntancy”, Eurasia Publishing House, New Delhi. 2. S.N. Maheswari - "Principles of Management Accounting", Sultan and Chand Co.

REFERENCE

    1. Sharma and Sasi K.Gupta, “ Management Accuonting” Kalyani Publishers.

    2. T.S. Grewal, Introduction to Accountancy”, Sultan Chand & Co.

    3. Ramachandran and Srinivasan, “Management Accounting”, Sri Ram Publications, TRichy.

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