Semester - I

S-1.1  Information Technology :

Information concepts and Processing : Evolution of Information, Processing Data Information Language and Communication, Data Processing Systems, Elements of Computer, Processing System : (a) Hardware CPU , Storage Devices and Media, VDU, I/O Devices, Printers, Multimedia Systems, Data Communication Equipment. (b) Software : System Software Application Software : (c) Programming Languages : Classification, Machine Code, Assembly Language, Higher-level Languages, and Fourth Generation Languages, (d) Data Representation System : ASCII, BCD, EBCDIC, and ASCII, Number System : Binary, Decimal, Octal, Hexadecimal.

Operating Systems : Concept as Resources Manager and Co-coordinator of Processor, Devices and Memory, Concept of Priorities, Protection and Parallelism, Command interpreter, Typical Commands of DOS, Graphical User Interface Widows.

Computers and Communications : Single user, Multi-user, Work station, Client-Server Systems, Computer Networks, Network Protocols, LAN,WAN, Internet Facilities through WWW, Mosaic, Gopher, E-mail, File Transfer, Voice Video Conferencing.

Range of Application : Scientific, Business, Educational, Industrial, National Level Weather Forecasting, Remote Sensing, Planning and Multilingual Applications.

References : 

1.Rajaraman V. “Fundamentals of Computers”, 2nd Edition, PHI.

2.Sanders D.H. “Computer Today”, Mcgraw Hill.

3.Sinha, P.K.Priti “Computer Fundamentals”, 3rd Edition BPB.

S-1.2  Programming and Data Structures with C :

Introduction to Algorithms, Flow Charts, Tracking Flow Charts, Decision Tables, Decision Trees, Pseudo Codes, Problem Solving Methods, Need for Computer Languages, Reading Programs written in C Language.

CCharacter set, Identifiers, Keywords, Data Types, Declarations, Expressions, Statements and Symbolic Constants, Input-Output Commands, Preprocessor Commands # include, # define, # ifdef. Preparing and Running a Complete C Program.

Operators and Expressions: Arithmetic, Unary, Logical, Bit-Wise assignment and conditional operators, Library Functions Control Statements : while-do, for statements, nested loops, if-else, switch, break, continue and go to statements, comma operator.

String : Operations on Strings :

Pointers : Declarations, Passing to a function, Operations on Pointer, Pointers and Arrays, Arrays of Pointers.

Structures :  Defining and Processing, Passing to a function, Unions

Data Files :   Open, Close, Create; Process, Unformatted data files

Data structures : Stacks, Queues. Lists, Trees and their Applications.

References :

1.Hutchison, R., “Programming in C”, McGraw Hill, New York

2.Johnsonbaugh, R. and Kalin, M, “Applications Programming in C”,PHI

3.Rajaraman, V. “Computer Programming in C”, PHI

4.Balaguruswamy E, “Programming in ANSI C”, TMH

5.Kanerkar Y., “Data structures Through C”,BPB

6.Sahani, Data structures.

S-1.3  Fundamentals of Management

Tasks, Philosophy and Functions of Management :

(a)Human Resources Management : Meaning and Scope of HR. Functions and Responsibility of Personnel Management.

Manpower Planning : Definition, Objectives, Techniques, Uses and Benefits of Manpower forecasting.

Recruitment : Sources and Methods of Recruitment, Selection Text & Interview methods.

Training : A Development Need, Importance, and Principles of Training, On the Job Training & Off the Job Training.

Career Planning : Succession Planning, Promotion Charts and Channel callers, Trade Testing, Performance appraisal and Raring.

(b)Marketing Management : Nature Concept and Scope of Marketing management. The Marketing Environment.

The Concept of Marketing Mix : The product nature and Type of Products. Methods of Product, Development.

Product Life Cycle : Pricing Policies, Distribution Policies, Promotion Strategies.

Strategic Marketing : Formation. Execution & Monitoring. Concept of Sales Promotion, Objective of Advertising in Management, Role of Advertising in Economy. Marketing Information System & MR, Introduction to Marketing Control.

© Production Management

(d)Financial Management


1.Kotler, Philips,”Principles of Marketing Management”,TMH

2.Agrawal. R.D,”Organization and Management”,TMH

3.Massie, “Essentials of Management”, PHI

S-1.4  Information Systems: Analysis Design and Implementation:

Overview of Systems Analysis and Design: System Development Life Cycle. Concept and Modals, requirement Determination. Logical Design. Test Planning Implementation Planning and Performance Evaluation, Communication, Interviewing, Presentation Skills, Group Dynamics; Rick and Feasibility Analysis; Group based Approaches; JAD, Structures walkthroughs and Design and code reviews; Prototyping, Database Design, Software Quality metrics, Application Categories, Software Packages Evaluation and acquisition.

Information Requirement Analysis : Process modeling with physical and logical Data Flow Diagrams. Data Modeling with Logical entity relationship diagrams.

Developing a Proposal : Feasibility Study and Cost Estimation.

System design : Design of Input and Control. Design of Output and Control, File Design/Database Design, Process design, User Interface Design, Prototyping, Software Constructions, Documentation.

Application Development Methodologies and CASE Tools : Information Engineering. Structured Systems Analysis and Design and Object Oriented Methodologies for application development data Modeling, Process Modeling, User Interface Design and Prototyping. Use, of Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools in the Analysis Design and Implementation, Object Oriented Databases.

Design and Implementation of OO Platforms : Object Oriented Analysis and Design through Object modeling technique, Object Modeling, Dynamic Modeling and Functional-modeling; Object Oriented Design and Object Oriented Programming Systems, for Implementation; Object Oriented databases.

Managerial Issues in Software Projects : Introduction to Software Markets. Planning of Software Projects, Size and Cost estimation models, Project scheduling. Measurement of Software Quality and productivity, ISO and Capability maturity models for Organizational growth.

The Course should be based on Lectures Case analysis and Laboratory Work. Cases should be used to Illustrate each major topic in the course.

Reference :

1.Haryszklewycz,I .T.,”Introduction to System Analysis and Design”,PHI

2.Rajaraman,V.”Analysis and Design of Information Systems”, TMH

3.Senn,J.A. “Analysis and Design of Information Systems”,TMH

4.Whiten, J.K.,Bentely, L.D.Beslow, V.M.,”System Analysis and Design Methods” Galgotia Publications Pvt. Ltd.

S-1.5  I.T. & Programming :  Lab,(Ms-Word, Ms-Excel, MS-PowerPoint, and C