Semester : V




S-5.1  Internet and Web Designing :



Internet Applications Introduction to Internet, World Wide Web, Gopher, News Groups, Electro9nic Mail, Massaging, Internet Telephony. USENET system and its terminology. History of the Web , Growth of the web in pas decade, protocols governing the web, web applications, Downloading information from Internet using FTP, FTP protocol, FTP command on different operating system. TCP/IP Protocol, HTTP, NNTP, SMTP, IMAP, POP, Telnet. Security aspects of the web.



Working with web browser Internet Explorer/Netscape Navigator. Setting up Internet connection using dial-up or leased line. Browsing the internet. Web based E-mail service provider, Mail reader- Outlook/Communicator. Instant Messaging using MSN Messenger/Yahoo Messenger. MIRC, Public Chat rooms participation using Ms-Chat, Web Folder. Setting up Proxy.


Web Page Designer Front Page, Visual Interdev, HTML language, HTML Tags, designing web pages using HTML/DHTML. Scripting Languages VBScript/Jscript. Using Cookies on web page, Designing Forms on web page. Using Free web site hosting provided by companies like yahoo, angel fire etc on Internet for setting up a web site. Placing images, animations, and sound on web page. Using hit counter on a we pager.


Setting up a local web server using IIS or PWS on windows machine, Using UNIX system to host a website. Designing pages using ASP or CGI/PERL. Interfacing with Database, Web pages providing Interface for storing information into database, perform query in database, showing reports using database on a web page.


S-5.2 Computer System Architecture :


Introduction of Parallels Processing : Introduction of Parallel Processing : Parallel Processing mechanism, parallelism in unprocessed system, parallel computer models.


Program and Network Properties : Conditions of parallelism, program partitioning and scheduling, program flow mechanism, system interconnect architecture.


Processor and Memory Hierarchy : Advance processor technology, super scalar and vector processors, memory hierarchy technology, and virtual memory technology.\


Bus Cache and Shared Memory : Back plane bus system, cloche memory organization, shared memory organization.


Scalable Multithreaded and Dataflow Architectures : Latency hiding techniques, principles of multi threading, scalable and multithreaded architecture, data flow and hybrid architecture.



Reference :


1.Hawing, K : “Advance Computer Architecture”, McGraw Hill.

2.Hwang, K & Briggs, F.A : “Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing”, McGraw Hill.

3. Evans, D.J.: “Parallel Processing System”, Cambridge University.




S-5.3 IT Elective III


S-5.4  - B. M. Elective I


S.5.5 -  Organizational  Behavior :


Introduction : Introduction to Organization, components of organization, nature and variety of organizations( in terms of objectives, structure etc) models of analyzing organizational phenomena, organizational and business variables, organizations, in the Indian context, Institutions and structures, basic roles in an organizations, etc., perception, attitudes, motives (achievement, power and affiliation), commitment, values creativity and other personality factors, profile of manager and an entrepreneur.


Interpersonal and Group Process Interpersonal trust, understanding the other  person from his/her point of view, interpersonal communication, listening, feedback, counseling, transactional analysis, self-fulfilling prophecy, etc., leadership, motivating people, working as a member of a team, team functioning, team decision-making, team conflict resolution, team problem solving.


Organizational Structure and Integrating Interpersonal and Group Dynamics-Elements of structure, functions of structure, determinants of structures, dysfunctional ties of structures, structure-technology-environmental-people relationships, principles underlying design of organizations; organizational change, Application of IT in change process, Integrating cases(s).


Case method and lectures should be supplemented with a variety of other methodologies such as feedback on questionnaires and tests, role plays, and behaviour simulation exercise.



Reference :


1.Dwivedi, R.S., “Human Relations and Organizational Behavior” : A  

Global Perspective, Macmillan India Ltd.


2.Arnold, John, Robertson, Ivan T and Cooper, Cary. L.”work Psychology: Understanding Human Behavior in the Workplace”. Macmillan India Ltd.


3.French and Bell, “Organization Development : Behavioral Science Interventions for Organization Improvement”, Prentice Hall of India.


4. Hersey and Blanchard, “Management of Organizational Behavior : Utilizing human Resources”, Prentice Hall of India.


5.Prasad, Kesho, “Organizational Development for Excellence”, Macmillan India Ltd.


6.Robbins, “Essentials of Organizational Behaviour”. Prentice Hall of India.




S-5.6  Internet & Web Designing Lab & Elective Lab.





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