Thursday, 11 August 2011

Syllabi for B.E. M.B.A. 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th semester in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY OF PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH

SYLLABUS FOR B.E. M.B.A.(I.T.)
THIRD SEMESTER
Paper Title: Engineering Mathematics-III
Paper Code: AS301 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Sequences and Series: (08)
Sequences, Limits of sequences, Infinite series, series of positive terms, Integral test,
Comparison test, Ratio test, Root test. Alternating series, Absolute and Conditional
Convergence, Leibnitz test. Power series: radius of convergence of power series, Taylor’s
and Maclaurin’s Series, Formulae for remainder term in Taylor and Maclaurin series,
Error estimates. (Scope as in Chapter 8, Sections 8.1 – 8.10 of Reference 2).
Linear Algebra: (07)
Concept of linear independence and dependence, Rank of a matrix: Row – Echelon form,
System of linear equations: Condition for consistency of system of linear equations,
Solution by Gauss elimination method. Inverse of a matrix: Gauss – Jordan elimination
method (Scope as in Chapter 6, Sections 6.3 – 6.5, 6.7 of Reference 1).
Eigen values, eigen vectors, Cayley – Hamilton theorem (statement only). Similarity of
matrices, Basis of eigenvectors, diagonalization (Scope as in Chapter 7, Sections 7.1, 7.5
of Reference 1). (07)

Part-B
Complex Functions: (08)
Definition of a Complex Function, Concept of continuity and differentiability of a
complex function, Cauchy – Riemann equations, necessary and sufficient conditions for
differentiability (Statement only). Study of complex functions: Exponential function,
Trigonometric functions, Hyperbolic functions, real and imaginary part of trigonometric
and hyperbolic functions, Logarithmic functions of a complex variable, complex
exponents (Scope as in Chapter 12, Sections 12.3 – 12.4, 12.6 – 12.8 of Reference 1).
Laurent Series of function of complex variable, Singularities and Zeros, Residues at
simple poles and Residue at a pole of any order, Residue Theorem (Statement only) and
its simple applications (Scope as in Chapter 15, Sections 15.1 – 15.3 of Reference 1).(07)
Conformal Mappings, Linear Fractional Transformations (Scope as in Chapter 12,
Sections 12.5, 12.9 of Reference 1). (08)
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References:
1. E. Kreyszig. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 9th Edition, John Wiley.
2. G. B. Thomas, R. L. Finney: Calculus, 10th Edition, Pearson Education.
3. Michael D. Greenberg. Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 2nd Edition, Pearson
Education.
4. R. V. Churchill, J. W. Brown. Complex Variables and Applications, 7th Edition,
McGraw-Hill, 1996 Edition.
5. Vivek Sahai, Vikas Bist. Linear Algebra, Narosa Publishing House, 3rd Edition,
2002.
Paper Title: Data Communication & Networks
Paper Code: IT302 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Introduction: (08)
Data Transmission concepts; transmission impairments; switching; Modulation;
multiplexing; Network Hardware: LAN, MAN, WAN, Wireless networks, Internet
works; Network Software: Layer, Protocols, interfaces and services; Reference Model:
OSI/TCP/IP and their comparison.
Physical Layer: (08)
Transmission media: Magnetic, Twisted pair, coaxial cable, fiber optics, wireless
transmission (radio, microwave, infrared, light wave). Circuit Switching & Packet
Switching. Introduction to ATM, ISDN (Narrowband & Broadband), Cellular radio and
communication satellites.
Data Link Layer: (09)
Framing; Error control; Error correction & Detection; sliding window protocols (one bit,
Go back n, selective repeat); Examples of DLL Protocols-HDLC, SLIP; Medium Access
Sub layer: Channel Allocation, MAC protocols -ALOHA, CSMA protocols, Collision
free protocols, Limited Contention Protocols, Wireless LAN protocols, IEEE 802.3,
802.4, 802.5 standards and their comparison. Bridges: Transparent, source routing,
remote.
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Part-B
Network Layer: (09)
Design issues, routing algorithms (shortest path, flooding, flow based, distance vector,
hierarchical, broadcast, multicast, for mobile hosts).Congestion control algorithms
(Leaky bucket, Token bucket, Choke, Packet, Load shedding).
Transport Layer: (06)
Addressing, establishing and releasing connection, flow control & buffering,
multiplexing, crash recovery, Internet Transport protocol (TCP and UDP).
Application Layer: (05)
Network Security; Domain Name System; Simple Network Management Protocol;
Electronic Mail.
Books Recommended:
1. Computer Networks by Andrew S. Tanenbaum (PHI), Edi 4th.
2. Data and Computer Communications by William Stallings (PHI), Edi 8th.
3. Internet working with TCP/IP by Douglas E. Coomer,(PHI), Edi 3rd.
4. Design & Analysis of Computer Communication Networks by Vijay Ahuja
(McGraw), Latest Edition.
5. Data & Computer Communication by Douglas E. Coomer (Addison Wessley),
Latest Edition.
Paper Title: Data Communication & Networks (Practical)
Paper Code: IT352 Max. Marks:75 Time: 3 Hours
Practical based on theory.
1. To familiarize with the various basic tools (crimping, krone etc.) used in
establishing a LAN.
2. To familiarize with switch (manageable & unmanageable), hub, connecters,
cables (cabling standards) used in networks.
3. To familiarize with routers & bridges.
4. To use some basic commands like ping, trace-root, ipconfig for trouble shooting
network related problems.
5. To use various utilities for logging in to remote computer and to transfer files
from / to remote computer.
6. To develop a program to compute the Hamming Distance between any two code
words.
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7. To develop a program to compute checksum for an ‘m’ bit frame using a
generator polynomial.
8. To develop a program for implementing / simulating the sliding window protocol.
9. To develop a program for implementing / simulating a routing algorithm.
10. To study various IEEE standards (802.3, 802.4, 802.5, 802.11)
11. To develop a program for implementing/simulation the ALOHA protocol
Paper Title: Object Oriented Programming
Paper Code: IT304 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Principles of Objected Oriented Programming (03)
Advantages of OOP, comparison of OOP with Procedural Paradigm
C++ Constructs (03)
Tokens, Expressions and control structures, various data types, and data structures,
Variable declarations, Dynamic Initializations, Operators and Scope of Operators,
Typecasting, Unformatted and formatted console I/O Operations
Functions (05)
Classes and Objects: Prototyping, Referencing the variables in functions, Inline, static
and friend functions. Memory allocation for classes and objects. Arrays of objects,
pointers to member functions.
Constructors and Destructors (05)
Characteristics and its various types, Dynamic Constructors, Applications, Order of
Invocation, C++ garbage collection, dynamic memory allocation.
Polymorphism (05)
Using function and Operator overloading, overloading using friend Functions, type
conversions from basic data types to user defined and vice versa.
Part-B
Inheritance (06)
Derived classes, types of inheritance, various types of classes, Invocation of Constructors
and Destructors in Inheritance, aggregation, composition, classification hierarchies,
metaclass/abstract classes.
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Pointers (05)
Constant pointers, Use of this Pointer, Pointer to derived and base classes, virtual
functions, Bindings, Pure virtual Functions and polymorphism
I/O Operations and Files (04)
Classes for files, Operations on a file, file pointers
Generic Programming with Templates (06)
Definition of class template, Function Templates, Overloading Template Functions, Class
templates and member functions templates with parameters, Standard C++ classes,
persistent objects, streams and files, namespaces, exception handling, generic classes,
standard template library: Library organization and containers, standard containers,
algorithm and Function objects, iterators and allocators, strings, streams, manipulators,
user defined manipulators and vectors
Introduction: (03)
Object Oriented System, Analysis and Design.
Books Recommended
1. Object Oriented Programming with C++ by Bala Guruswamy, TMH, Edi 8th.
Reference Books
1. C++ Primer Plus by Prata, Pearson Education, Latest Edition.
2. The C++ Programming Language by Bjarne Stroutstrup, Addison Wesley, Latest
Edition.
3. Object Oriented Programming with Ansi and Turbo C++ by Kamthane, Pearson
Education, 1st Edition.
4. The Complete Reference to C++ by Schildt, TMH, 4th Edition.
5. OOPs Using C++ by Sanjeev Sofat, Khanna Publishers, 8th Edition.
Paper Title: Object Oriented Programming (Practical)
Paper Code: IT 354 Max. Marks: 75 Time: 3 Hours
List of Experiments:
1. Implementation of Functions, Classes and Objects
2. Constructors and Destructors
3. Operator Overloading and Type Conversion
4. Inheritance and Virtual Functions
5. Files
6. Exception Handling and Generic Programming
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Paper Title: Digital Electronics
Paper Code: IT 305 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Introduction (10)
Representation of Logic, Logic Variables, Boolean Algebra, Boolean Expressions and
minimization of Boolean expression using K-Map, Review of Logic Gates & Flip-flops,
design & Implementation of Adder, Subtractor, Multiplexer, DeMultiplexer, Encoder,
Decoder, ROM, Digital Comparators, Code Converters
Number Systems and Codes (07)
Decimal, Binary, Hexadecimal, Octal’s complement, 2’s complement, addition and
subtraction, weighted binary codes, Error detecting codes, Error correcting codes,
Alphanumeric codes.
Counters & Shift Registers (07)
Ripple Counters, Design of Modulo-N ripple counter, Up-Down counter, design of
synchronous counters with and without lockout conditions, design of shift registers with
shift-left, shift-right & parallel load facilities, Universal shift Registers.
Part-B
Data Converters (06)
Sample & Hold switch, D/A converters: weighted type, R-2R Ladder type; A/D
Converters: Counter-Ramp type, Dual Slope Type, Successive approximation type, flash
type; Specifications of ADC & DAC
Digital Logic families (09)
Characteristics of digital circuits: fan in, fan-out, power dissipation, propagation delay,
noise margin; Transistor-transistor Logic(TTL), TTL NAND Gate with active pull up, its
input and output Characteristics, Types of TTL Gates (Schottky, standard, low power,
high speed). Emitter Coupled Logic(ECL), ECL gate, its transfer characteristics, Level
translation in ECL & TTL, MOS Gates, MOS Inverter, CMOS Inverter, Rise & Fall time
of MOS & CMOS gates, Interfacing TTL & CMOS Circuits, Comparison of
Characteristics of TTL, ECL, MOS & CMOS logic circuits, Tristate Logic & its
applications.
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Semiconductor Memories & Programmable Logic (06)
ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM; RAM: Static RAM, Typical Memory Cell, Memory
Organisation, Dynamic RAM cell, Reading, & Writing Operation in RAM, PLA, PAL &
FPGA.
Books Recommended:
1. Digital Electronics – An introduction to theory and practice by William H. Gothmann,
Prentice Hall India. (PHI), Edi 2nd .
2. Modern Digital Electronics by R.P.Jain, 1997, (Tata McGraw-Hill) Edi 2nd.
3. Digital Integrated Electronics by Herbert Taub & Donald Schilling, (Tata McGraw-Hill)
Edi 3rd.
4. Integrated Electronics by Millman & Halkias, (Tata McGraw-Hill), Edi 1st
5. Digital System Principles & Applications by R J Tocci (PHI), Edi 10th .
6. Digital Logic Design By Morris Mano, Pearson, Edi 4th.
Paper Title: Digital Electronics (Practical)
Paper Code: IT 355 Max Marks: 75 Time: 3 Hours
Note: Do any eight experiments.
1. To study data sheets and truth tables of AND,OR,NOR,NAND,NOT and XOR gates.
2. To verify the truth tables of RS, D, JK and T Flip Flops
3. To fabricate and test the truth table of half/full adder.
4. To design and implement a Modulo-N Counter
5. To Design and implement a Universal shift register
6. Design & fabrication of synchronous counter.
7. Design & fabrication of Combinational circuits using Multiplexers.
8. To convert 8 bit Digital data to Analog value using DAC
9. To convert Analog value into 8 bit Digital data using ADC
10. To design and fabricate the given sequential circuits using Flip-flops as memory
elements.
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Paper Title: Organization Behavior (Theory)
Paper Code: IBM 301 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part A
Introduction to Organization Behavior [10]
Definition and meaning of OB, impact of other sciences (Anthropology, Sociology,
Psychology) on OB, perception, self esteem, attitude & personality, meaning of culture,
impact of technology on OB.
Motivation, Learning & Leadership [13]
Meaning of Motivation , Content theories of motivation (Maslows Hierarchy of needs
,Herzberg’s two factor theory ), Process theories ( Vroom’s Expectancy theory, Porter-
Lawler Model ), Motivation applied (Job design , job rotation ,goal setting , MBO ),
various methods of motivating employees, Behavioral & Cognitive theories of learning,
Leadership theories (Trait theory, Fiedler’s Contingency theory ,Path –Goal leadership
theory), Leadership styles (Blake & Mouton managerial grid, Hersey & Blanchard’s life
cycle approach )
Part B
Group behavior: [10]
Group Dynamics, conflict, power & politics ,Group behavior, types of groups ,group
decision making , conflict in organizations and reason, interpersonal conflict, inter group
conflict , meaning of power , classification of power , politics in organizations
Organization environment & Communication [12]
Authority & responsibility ,delegation and division of work , quality of work life ,
communication process, modes of communication in organization and barriers to
communication, formal & informal communication,
Recommended Books:
1. Organization Behavior – Stephen .P.Robbins , Prentice Hall of India, 13th Edition.
2. Organization Behavior- Fred Luthans , Tata Mcgraw Hill, 11th Edition.
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SYLLABUS FOR B.E. MBA (IT)
FOURTH SEMESTER
Paper Title: Data Structures and Algorithms (Theory)
Paper Code: IT 401 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Introduction: (01)
Introduction to data structures; Introduction to Algorithms Complexity;
Arrays, Stacks & Queues: (08)
Concepts; Basic operations & their algorithms: Transverse, Insert, Delete, Sorting of
data in these data structures; Prefix, Infix, Postfix Notations;
Lists: (10)
Concepts of Link List and their representation; Two way lists; Circular link list; Basic
operations & their algorithms: Transverse, Insert, Delete, Searching and Sorting of data
in List; Storage Allocation & Garbage Collection; Linked stack and queues; Generalized
List; sparse matrix representation using generalized list structure;
Part-B
Trees: (08)
Binary Trees and their representation using arrays and linked lists; Trees and their
applications; Binary tree transversal; Inserting, deleting and searching in binary trees;
Heap & Heap Sort; General Trees; Thread binary tree; Height balance Tree (AVL); BTree.
Graphs and their applications: (08)
Graphs; Linked Representation of Graphs; Graph Traversal and spanning forests; Depth
first search; Breadth first search.
Sorting & Searching: (10)
Insertion sort; Selection sort; Merging; Merge sort; Radix sort; Sequential & Binary
Search; Indexed Search; Hashing schemes; Binary search Tree.
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Books Recommended:
1. Data Structure Using C and C++ by A. Tenenbaum, Y. Langsam, M. J. Augenstein
(PHI), 2nd Edition.
2. Theory and problems of Data Structures by Seymour Lipschutz (McGraw Hill),
Latest Edition.
3. Data Structures & Program Design by Robert L. Kruse (PHI), 2nd Edition.
Paper Title: Data Structures and Algorithms (Practical)
Paper Code: IT 451 Max. Marks: 75 Time: 3Hrs
List of Programs:
1. Implementation of Array Operation: Traversal, Insertion & Deletion at and
from a given location; Sparse Matrices; Multiplication , addition.
2. Stacks: Implementation of Push, Pop; Conversion of Infix expression to Postfix,
Evaluation of Postfix Expressions.
3. Queues: Adding, Deleting Elements; Circular Queue: Adding and Deleting
elements.
4. Implementation of Linked Lists: Inserting, deleting, inverting a linked list.
Implementation of stacks and queues using linked lists; Polynomial addition,
Polynomial multiplication.
5. Trees: Implementation of Binary & Binary Search Trees, Recursive and Non-
Recursive traversal of Tress.
6. Graphs: BFS & DFS
7. Implementation of sorting and searching algorithms.
8. Hash Tables Implementation: Searching, inserting and deleting, searching &
sorting techniques.
Paper Title: Analog and Digital Communication
Paper Code: IT 402 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Amplitude Modulation & Demodulation and Systems (08)
Concept of Modulation its merits & demerits, Principle and generation of AM, DSB/SC,
SSB signal, Balanced modulator, Detection of AM, DSB/SC, and SSB signals, Super
heterodyne Radio Receivers.
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Frequency Modulation & Demodulation and Systems (07)
Principles and generation of FM and PM signals, FM Transmitter and FM receiver with
various stages
Pulse Modulation & Demodulation (08)
Principles, generation and detection of PAM, PWM, PPM & PCM signals, noise in pulse
modulation system, companding, delta modulation ,adaptive delta modulation systems.
Part-B
Digital modulation techniques (07)
PSK, FSK, MSK, QAM. Error calculations for PSK, FSK, MSK, QAM, Shannon’s limit,
Signal to Noise Ratio
Multiplexing and Multiple Access (07)
Allocation of communication Resources, FDM/FDMA, TDM/TDMA, CDMA, SDMA,
Multiple Access Communications and Architecture, Access Algorithms.
Spread Spectrum Techniques (08)
Spread Spectrum Overview, Pseudonoise Sequences, Direct Sequence and Frequency
Hopped Systems, Synchronization of DS and FH systems, Jamming Considerations,
Commercial Applications
Books Recommended :
1. Principles of Communication Systems by Taub and Schilling (Tata McGraw
Hill), Edi 2nd.
2. Communication Signals and Systems by S. Haykins(Wiley), Edi 5th.
3. Principles of Digital Communication by J. Das, S.K. Mullick, P.K.
Chatterjee, New Age International (P) Ltd, Edi 1st.
4. Digital Communications by J.G. Proakis, (Tata McGraw Hill), Edi 5th
5. Electronic Communication Systems by George Kennedy and B. Davis( Mc
Graw Hill) Edi 4th .
6. Communication Systems Analog and Digital by R.P. Singh, S.D. Sapre,
TMH, Edi 5th .
7. Electronic Communications by Dennis Roddy and John Coolen, PHI, Edi 4th.
Paper Title: Analog and Digital Communication (Practical)
Paper Code: IT 452 Max. Marks: 75 Time: 3 Hours
1. To measure the modulation Index of AM signals using Trapezoidal Method.
2. To study the voltages and waveforms of various stages of an AM
Superheterodyne Receiver.
3. To measure the sensitivity and selectivity of an Superheterodyne Radio Reciver.
4. To measure the fidelity of an AM Superhetrodyne radio Receiver.
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5. To study DSB/SC AM signal and its demodulation using Product Detector Circuit
(i) with dedicated wire
(ii) with antenna
6. To study the Frequency modulation and Demodulation circuits.
7. To study the Pulse Code Modulation (PCM) and de-modulation circuits.
8. To study the Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) and De-multiplexing circuits.
9. To study delta and Sigma Delta modulation, demodulation circuits.
Paper Title: Microprocessor (Theory)
Paper Code: IT 403 Max Marks:100 Time : 3Hrs
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Microprocessor Architecture and Microcomputer Systems: (06)
Microprocessor Architecture, The 8085 MPU: Block Diagram, Pin Diagram,
Address/Data Buses, Concept of demultiplexing of Buses, Control and status signals,
Registers, Ports, Flags, Instruction Decoding and Execution, memory Interfacing..
Interfacing I/O Devices (06)
Basic Interfacing Concepts, Interfacing Output Displays, Interfacing Input Devices,
Memory- Mapped I/O
Programming the 8085: (06)
Introduction to 8085 Assembly Language Programming, The 8085 Programming Model,
Instruction Classification, Instruction Format. Data Transfer (Copy) Operations,
Arithmetic Operations, Logic Operations, Branch Operations, Writing Assembly
Language Programs.
Programming Techniques with Additional Instructions: (06)
Programming Techniques Looping, Counting and Indexing, Additional Data Transfer and
16-Bit Arithmetic Instructions, Arithmetic Operations Related to Memory, Logic
Operations.
Part-B
Counters and Time Delays: (06)
Counters and Time Delays, Hexadecimal Counter, Modulo Ten, Counter, Generating
Pulse Waveforms, Debugging Counter and Time-Delay Programs.
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Stack and Subroutines: (04)
Stack, Subroutine, Conditional Call and Return Instructions.
Interrupts: The 8085 Interrupt, 8085 Vectored interrupts. (04)
General –Purpose Programmable Peripheral Devices: (07)
Block Diagram, Working and Control word of: The 8255A Programmable Peripheral
Interface, The 8259 A Programmable Interrupt Controller, Programmable
communications interface 8251.
Books Recommended
1. Microprocessor Architecture, Programming and Applications with the 8085
by Ramesh S.Gaonkar, PenRam, Edi 5th .
Reference Books:
1 Advanced Microprocessor & Interfacing by Badri Ram,Tata McGraw Hill,Edi 1st.
2. Microprocessor Principles and Applications by Charles M.Gilmore, TMH Edi 3rd
3. Microprocessors and Interfacing programming and Hardware by Douglas V. Hall,
TMH, Edi 2nd
Paper Title: Microprocessor(Practical)
Paper Code: IT 453 Max Marks: 75 Time : 3Hrs
1. Familiarization of 8085 kits.
2. Verification of arithmetic and logic operations using above kits.(At least 5
programs)
3. Development of interfacing circuits of various control applications based on
8085.
4. Application of assembly language using 8085 instructions set to develop
various programs.
5. Applications of data movement instructions to develop relevant programs.
Paper title: Computer Architecture & Organization
Paper Code: IT 404 Max Marks: 100 Time: 3Hrs
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part-A
Design Methodology (04)
System design, Design levels- Gate level, Register level, Processor level.
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Basic Computer Organization & Design (08)
Instruction codes, common bus system, computer instruction, Design of basic computer,
Design of accumulator logic.
Control Design (08)
Basic concepts, Hardwired control, Micro programmed control, Design of control unit.
Central Processing Unit (08)
Introduction, General reg. Organization, Inst. Formats, Addressing modes, Data transfer
& manipulation, RISC & CISC Characteristics.
Part-B
Input-Output Organization (06)
I/O interface, Modes of transfer, Priority interrupts, DMA, I/O processor.
Memory Organization (06)
Memory hierarchy, Main memory, Auxiliary memory, Associative memory. Cache
memory, virtual memory, Memory management H/W.
Parallel Processing (05)
Introduction, Multiprocessors, Interconnection structure.
Books Recommended
1. Computer Architecture & Organization by J.P Hayes Edi 3rd TMH
2. Computer System Architecture by Morris Mano, Edi 3rd PHI
Reference Books
1. Advanced Computer Architecture by Kai Hwang, TMH, Edi 1st.
2. Computer Organization and Architecture by William Stallings, PHI, Edi 6th.
Paper Title: Management of Information Technology (Theory)
Paper Code: IBM 401 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Part A
Information Technology (IT) [8]
IT and society, IT infrastructure in India vis-à-vis developed nations (Telecommunication
, Internet reach, PC, Broadband, Mobile Phones), IT applications in Healthcare &
Education , meaning of E-Readiness and E-participation index as defined by United
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Nations, areas where growth is expected in future.
System Investigation & Analysis , Networking [8]
System Analysis & Design , Symbols used in modeling a business process , Networking
concepts, Ethernet ,IP addressing, Functioning of Routers, Bridges, hubs and switches in
a network, Telecommunication (GSM, CDMA , Wireless and other new technologies)
Internet & Intranet [7]
Functioning of Internet, Encryption & Digital signatures, Firewalls, Fraud on the Internet
,Virus , Hacking & Denial of Service attacks, Intellectual Property Protection on the
Internet, Intranet & security
Part B
E-Commerce & E-Governance [12]
E-Commerce models , Intermediaries in E-Commerce, E-Governance in India ,study of
successful E-Governance models like E-Choupal ,E-Payments (E-Cash, E-Wallets) and
major players in the area, Online Shopping, Revenue models for Online Shopping
Portals, Web Auctions like EBay, dealing with E-Waste.
Knowledge Management & Business Intelligence [10]
Meaning of Knowledge Management, Designing a Knowledge Management System,
Nature & Scope of Business Intelligence, Software for Business Intelligence, Data
Warehousing and Data Mining techniques.
Recommended Books:
1. Data warehousing fundamentals – Paulraj Ponniah, John Wiley, 1st Edition
2. E- Governance : A comprehensive framework , D.N.Gupta, New Century Publications,
Latest Edition.
3 Business Data Communications & Networking , Jerry FitzGerald , Alan Dennis, John
Wiley, 10th Edition.
4 Applied Data Communication:A Business-Oriented Approach, , James E.Goldman,
John Wiley, 4th Edition.
5. Information Technology for Management : Improving Performance in the Digital
Economy , Efraim Turban , Linda Volonino , John Wiley, 7th Edition
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SYLLABUS FOR B.E. MBA (IT)
FIFTH SEMESTER
Paper Title: WEB TECHNOLOGIES
Paper Code: IT 511 Max. Marks: 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
PART-A
Internet Basics: (07)
Internet, Communication on the Internet; Internet services; types of accounts; Internet
Domains; NlC; IP addresses; Web Servers; review of TCP/IP; HTTP; telnet; ftp; WWW
concepts; web site creation concepts; web commerce; Internet telephony.
HTML: (08)
HTML basics; HTML tags; text formatting; text styles; lists ordered, unordered and
definition lists; layouts; adding graphics; tables; linking documents; images as
hyperlinks; frames and layers; DHTML, style sheets.
Java Script: (06)
Advantages of Java Script; writing Java Script into HTML; Java Script data types,
variables, operators and expressions; arrays and functions in Java Script; condition
checking; loops; dialogue boxes.
PART-B
Advanced Java Script: (08)
Java Script document object model; Java Script assisted style sheets; events handling in
Java Script; browser objects; form objects; built-in and user defined objects; cookies.
ASP: (l6)
Origin of ASP; how ASP works; ASP objects, Application object; ASP Error object;
Request object; Response object; Server object; Session object; Scripting objects;
Active Server Components; Active X Data Objects, Comparison with CGI-Perl, JSP and
PHP.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
1. Ivan Bayross : Web Enabled Commercial Application Development Using
HTML, DHTML, Java Script, Perl CGl, BPB, 2nd Edition.
2. Richard Anderson, Dan Denault: ASP 3.0: Programmer's Reference, Wrox.
Publications, 1st Edition.
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Paper Title: WEB TECHNOLOGIES
Paper Code: IT-511 Max.Marks:75 Time: 3 Hours
Practical based on theory.
Paper Title: DATA BASE MANAGEM.ENT SYSTEMS
Paper Code: IT-512 Max.Marks:100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part A and two from Part B.
PART-A
Data Base Concepts: (04)
Data Base Vs file oriented approach, Basic DBMS terminology, Data independence,
General Architecture of a Data Base Management Software, Components of DBMS.
Data Base Design: (05)
Introduction to Data Models, Entity Relationship Model, Entities, Attributes, E-R
Diagrams, Conceptual Design of a relational data base model.
Data Normalization: (06)
Introduction, Keys, First Normal form, Second Normal form, Third Normal form, Boyce
Codd Normal form, Denormalization, case studies of Data Normalization.
Transaction Processing Concepts: (06)
Schedules and recoverability, serializability, locking techniques, timestamp ordering,
granularity, multiversion concurrency control.
PART-B
Structured Query Language (SQL): (08)
Introduction to SQL, Data types, Querying database tables, Conditional retrieval of rows,
Working with Null Values, Matching a pattern from a table, Ordering the Result of a
Query, Aggregate Functions, Grouping the Result of a Query, Insert statement, Update &
Delete statement, Alter & Drop statements, Querying Multiple Tables: Joins, Equi Joins,
Inner Joins, Outer Joins, Self Joins; SET Operators: Union, Intersect, Minus; Nested
Queries. Functions: Arithmetic, Character, Date and General Functions; Group
Functions.
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Data Manipulation and Control: (08)
Data Definition Language (DDL), Creating Tables, Creating a Table with data from
another table, Inserting Values into a Table, Updating Column(s) of a Table, Deleting
Row(s) from a Table, Dropping a Column, Introduction to VIEWs, Manipulating the
Base table(s) through VIEWs, Rules of DML Statements on Join Views, Dropping a
VIEW, Inline Views, Materialized Views. Database Security and Privileges, GRANT
Command, REVOKE Command, C 23. pUSQL (06) OMMIT and ROLLBACK.
PL/SQL: (06)
Introduction to PL/SQL, PL/SQL Block Structure, PL/SQL Architecture, Fundamentals
of PL/SQL, PL/SQL Data Types, Variables and Constants, Scope and Visibility of a
Variable, Assignments and Expressions, Operator Precedence, Referencing Non-PL/SQL
Variables, Built-in-Functions, Conditional and Iterative Control, SQL within PL/SQL,
Writing PL/SQL Code, Composite Data types. Cursor Management in PL/SQL, Cursor
Manipulation, Implicit Cursor Attributes. Exception Handling in PL/SQL; Predefined
Exceptions, User Defined Exceptions.
Relational Queries: (02)
Relational Algebra and Calculus, Preliminaries, Relational Algebra, Relational Calculus,
Expressive Power of Algebra and Calculus, Points to review.
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
C.J Date : An Introduction to Database Systems, Pearson, 7th Edition.
Reference Books :
1. Toledo : Schaum's Outlines Fundamentals of Relational Databases, Tata McGraw
Hill, 1stEdition.
2. James Martin : Database Management Systems, PHI, 1st Edition.
3. Ullman : Database Management Systems, Pearson, 1st tEdition.
4. Raghu RamakTishnan and Johannes Gehrke : Database Management Systems,
McGraw Hill, 3rd Edition.
5. Desai, Bipin C.: Introduction to Database Systems, Galgotia Publications, Latest
Edition.
Paper Title: DATA BASE MANAGEM.ENT SYSTEMS
Paper Code: IT-562 Max.Marks:75 Time: 3 Hours
Practical based on theory
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Paper Title: WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
Paper Code: IT-513 Max.Marks100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part A and two from Part B.
PART A
Introduction: (09)
Evolution of Mobile Communication Systems, Paging systems, cordless telephone
systems, cellular telephone systems, comparison of common wireless communication
systems.
System Design Fundamentals : (13)
Frequency reuse, Channel assignment strategies, handoff strategies, interference,
improving coverage and capacity in cellular systems, mechanism for capacity
improvement--cell splitting, cell sectoring and microcell zone concept, modulation
techniques.
Wireless System: (08)
GSM, GSM reference architecture and GSM security architecture, CDMA digital cellular
standard, IS-95 system.
PART-B
Channel Impairment Mitigation Techniques : (05)
Introduction, Power control, Diversity techniques : Frequency Diversity, Time Diversity,
Space Diversity, Path Diversity, Channel Equalization, Rake receiver, Channel coding
and interleaving.
Multiple Access Techniques: (06)
Simplex, Duplex, Time Division Duplex, Frequency Division Duplex FDMA, TDMA,
CDMA, SDMA, OFDM, Hybrid Multiple Access.
Migration to 3G Technologies : (04)
Wi-Fi, WiMax, EDGE, Bluetooth, cdma-2000.
Books Recommended:
1. Theodore S. Rappaport: Wireless Communications-Principles and
Practice, Prentice Hall India, 2"d Edition.
2. Sanjay Sharma Wireless and Cellular Communication, S.K.
Kataria & Sons Publishers.
3. Raj Pandya Mobile and Personal Communication
Systems and Services, IEEE Press.
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Paper Title: WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
Paper Code: IT-563 Max.Marks: 75 Time: 3 Hours
Practical based on theory
Paper Title: SYSTEM SOFTWARE
Paper Code: IT-515 Max.Marks100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part A and two from Part B.
PART-A
Introduction : (6Hrs)
System software and machine architecture. Simplified Instructional Computer (SIC),
Traditional CISC and RISC Machines.
Assemblers : (8 Hrs)
Basic assembler functions, Machine-dependent assembler features, Machine-
Independent assembler features, Assembler Design options, Implementation examples:
AIX Assembler.
Macro Processors : (8 Hrs)
Basic Macro processor functions, Machine-Independent Macro processor features,
Design options.
PART-B
Loader and Linkers : (7 Hrs)
Basic loader functions, Machine dependent Loader features, Machine-Independent
Loader features, Loader Design options, Implementation examples.
Compilers: (10 Hrs)
Basic Compiler functions, Machine dependent compiler features, Machine Independent
compiler features, and Compiler Design options.
Software Engineering Issues: (06 Hrs)
Introduction to Software Engineering concepts, System Specifications, Procedural
System Design, Object-Oriented System design.
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Text Book :
Leland L. Beck: System Software, An Introduction to System Programming, 3rd
Edition, Addison Wesley.
Reference Books :
1. D.M Dhamdere : System Programming and Operating
System, 2nd Edition, TMH.
2. Mednick & Donovan : System Programming, TMH
Paper Title: Marketing Management
Paper Code: IBM 501 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Objectives: (i) To understand the nature, tasks and the environment under which
marketing operates. (ii) To study the theory, principles and practical aspects of various
marketing functions. (iii) To learn to take marketing decisions.
Part A
Introduction to Marketing: [5]
Definition; Scope and Importance of Marketing; Key Customer Markets;
Concepts/Philosophies of Marketing; Holistic Marketing Concept; Marketing Tasks;
Marketing Mix
Marketing Environment: [5]
Marketing Environment; New Marketing Realities; New Consumer Capabilities;
Demographic Environment; Social-Cultural Environment; Natural Environment;
Technological Environment and Political-Legal Environment; SWOT analysis.
Analyzing Markets: [5]
Marketing Research Process; Sources of data collection; factors influencing consumer
behavior; buying decision process; post-purchase behavior; Organizational Buying;
Stages in the Buying Process.
Market Segmentation: [6]
Levels of market segmentation; segmenting consumer markets; Niche Marketing;
segmenting business markets; Michael Porter’s five forces model; Analyzing
competitors; strategies for market leaders; Targeting and Positioning.
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Part B
Product Decisions: [6]
Product characteristics; classifications; differentiation; packaging and labeling; Product
Life Cycle.
Pricing Strategies: [6]
Understanding Pricing; Setting the Price; Initiating and Responding to Price Changes;
Reactions to Competitor’s Price Changes.
Marketing Channels: [6]
Marketing Channels; Role of Marketing Channels; Identifying Major Channel
Alternatives; Types of Intermediaries; Channel-Management Decisions, Retailing,
Wholesaling.
Marketing Communication: [6]
The Role of Marketing Communications; Communications Mix-Advertising, Sales
Promotion, Public Relations and Publicity, Events and Experiences, Direct and
Interactive Marketing, Personal Selling.
References:
1. Kotler, P. Keller K.I. et al: Marketing Management, A South Asian Perspective,
Pearson Publisher, 13th Edition.
2. Ramaswamy, V.S. & Namakumari, S: Marketing management, planning,
implementation and control, MacMillan Publisher, 3rd Edition..
3. Hepner H.W.: Modern Marketing- Dynamics and Management.
James M. Carman and Kenneth P. Phillips and Duncan: Marketing Principles and
Methods, UBS Publisher, 11th Edition.
4. Britt and Boyd (ed): Marketing Management and Administration, PHI Publisher, 2nd
Edition.
5. Cundiff, W.F. and Still R,: Basic Marketing, PHI Publisher, 1999 Edition.
6. Converse Paul and Harvey W.Hugg: Elements of Marketing, PHI, 7th Edition.
7. Kotler, Philip and Armstrong: Principles of marketing, New Delhi, PHI, 11th Edition.
8. Hoffman, Douglas, K., et al: Marketing, Best Practices, Thomson Publisher, 2nd
Edition.
9. Saxena, R: Marketing Management, TMH, 2nd Edition.
Paper Title: Human Resource Management
Paper Code: IBM 502 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Objectives: The objective of the paper is to make student aware of the various functions
and importance of the HR department in any organization. It is basically concerned with
managing the human resources, whereby the underlying objective is to attract retain and
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motivate the human resources in any organization, which is the most challenging and
daunting look for any organization today.
Part A
Introduction: [5]
Meaning, scope, objectives and functions of HRM; Importance of Human Resource
Management; HRM & HRD a comparative analysis;
Environment of HRM: [5]
Role of government, internal and external forces; Human Resource Management
practices in India.
Human Resource Planning: [5]
Definition, objectives, process and importance; Job analysis, description, specification &
job evaluation; Recruitment, selection, placement and induction process;
Human Resource Development: [6]
Concept, Employee training & development; Career Planning & development;
Promotions, demotions, transfers, separation, absenteeism & turnover;
Part B
Job Compensation: [6]
Wage & salary administration, incentive plans & fringe benefits.
Performance Management: [6]
Concept & process, performance appraisal, Potential appraisal;
Quality of work life (QWL): [6]
Meaning, techniques for improving QWL.
Industrial Relations: [6]
Concept and theories, trade unions; Health, Safety & Employee welfare measures;
Employee grievances and discipline, participation & empowerment; Introduction to
collective bargaining.
References:
1. V.S.P. Rao: Resources Management, Excel Publishing, 2nd Edition.
2. Edwin B. Flippo: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 12th Edition.
3. Dale Yoder: Personnel Management & Industrial Relation, PHI, 7th Edition.
4. Arun Monappa & Saiyadain: Personnel Management, Tata McGraw Hill, 2nd
Edition.
5. Gray Dessler: Human Resource Management, PHI, 6th Edition.
Paper Title: Industrial Training
Paper Code: IT 566
Training Duration: 4 to 6 weeks
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SYLLABUS FOR B.E. M.B.A. (I.T.)
SIXTH SEMESTER
Paper Title: COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Paper Code: IT 611 Max. Marks: 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 lectures of one hour each
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part – A and four from Part – B of
the syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least
two questions from Part A and two questions from Part B.
PART-A
Introduction to Computer Graphics: 7 Hrs
Applications of computer graphics, Picture representation, color table, Video Display
Devices-Raster Scan Systems, Random Scan Systems, Input Devices, Output
primitives.
Raster Scan Graphics: 7 Hrs
Scan conversion, Frame buffer, Bresenham's line and circle drawing algorithms, Scan-
Line Polygon Fill Algorithm, Inside-Outside Tests, Boundary-Fill Algorithm, Flood-
Fill Algorithm, Antialiasing and Halftoning, Character Generation, Attributes of lines.
Segments: 6 Hrs
Segments table, creating, deleting and renaming segments, visibility, image
transformations.
Transformations: 7 Hrs
Geometric Transformations : Matrices, Translation, Scaling, Rotation, Homogeneous
Coordinates, Composite Transformation Matrix, Coordinate Transformation, Rotation
about an arbitrary point, Inverse Transformations, Other transformations.
PART-B
Windowing and Clipping: 8 Hrs
Viewing transformation and clipping, The Cohen-Sutherland algorithm, The
Sutherland-Hodgman Algorithm, The clipping of polygons.
Three Dimension: 5 Hrs
3 D geometry, 3 D primitives, 3 D transformations, rotation about arbitrary axis,
parallel projection, perspective projection, viewing parameters, conversion to view
plane coordinates.
Hidden Line and Surface: 5 Hrs
Back face removal algorithms, hidden line methods.
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Text Book:
Donald Hearn and M. Pauline Baker : Computer Graphics, Prentice Hall Of
India.
Reference Books:
1. Newman and Sproul : Principle of Interactive Computer Graphics, McGraw Hill
2. Steven Harrington : Computer Graphics, A Programming Approach, Second edition,
McGraw Hill.
3. Rogar and Adams : Mathematical elements of Computer Graphics, McGraw Hill
4. N KrishnaMurthy : Introduction to Computer Graphics, Tata McGraw Hill
Paper Title: COMPUTER GRAPHICS
Paper Code: IT 661 Max. Marks: 75 Time: 3 Hours
Practical Based on Theory
Paper Title: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Paper Code: IT 612 Max. Marks: 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 lectures of one hour each
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part – A and four from Part – B of
the syllabus.Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least
two questions from Part A and two questions from Part B.
PART-A
Software Evolution: (06)
Software products, Evolving role of software, software crisis, S/W engineering- a
Layered Technology, Software process models
Project Management Concepts: (06)
People, The problem, The process, S/W measurement, project metrics
S/W Project Planning: (04)
Project estimation, Empirical Estimation Models, COCOMO Model
Risk Management: (04)
Reactive Vs Proactive risk strategies. S/W Risks, Risk Identification, Projection, Risk
Mitigation, Monitoring and Management.
S/W Quality Assurance: (06)
S/W quality concept, SQA- S/W quality assurance activities, reviews, SQA plan, ISO
9000 Quality standards, ISO approach to quality assurance systems.
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PART- B
S/W Configuration Management: (04)
Baselines, S/W configuration Items, SCM process, Version Control, Change Control
Design: (05)
Design Concepts and Principles, Modular Design, Design Methods
S/W Testing Methods: (06)
Testing Fundamentals, test case design, White box testing, Black box testing, Testing
Strategies, Verification & Validation, Unit, Integration, Validation, System Testing.
Computer Aided S/W Engineering: (04)
CASE, Building Blocks for CASE, Integrated CASE environment
Books Recommended:
Roger S. Pressman : S/W Engineering- A Practitioner’s Approach, McGraw
Hill International Editions, 4th edition
Reference Books:
Ian Somerville : S/W Engineering, Addison Wesley, 7th Edition
Jalote : S/W Engineering, Pearson First Edition
Paper Title: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
Paper Code: IT 662 Max. Marks: 75 Time: 3 Hours
Practical Based On Theory
Paper Title: NETWORK SECURITY AND CRYPTOGRAPHY
Paper Code: IT 613 Max. Marks: 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 lectures of one hour each
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part – A and four from Part – B of
the syllabus.Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least
two questions from Part A and two questions from Part B.
PART- A
Basic Encryption and Decryption: (05)
Attackers and Types of threats, challenges for information security, Encryption
Techniques, Classical Cryptographic Algorithms : Monoalphabetic Substitutions such
as the Caesar Cipher, Cryptanalysis of Monoalphabetic Ciphers, Polyalphabetic Ciphers
such as Vigenere, Vernam Cipher.
Stream and Block Ciphers: (07)
Rotor based system and shift register based systems. Block cipher: Principles, Modes
of operations. The Data Encryption Standard (DES), Analyzing and Strengthening of
DES, Introduction to Advance Encryption Standard (AES).
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Number Theory and Basic Algebra: (05)
Modular Arithmetic, Euclidean algorithm, Random number generation.
Key Management Protocols: (05)
Solving Key Distribution Problem, Diffie-Hellman Algorithm, Key Exchange with
Public Key Cryptography..
PART-B
Public Key Encryption Systems: (08)
Concept and Characteristics of Public Key Encryption system, Rivets-Shamir-Adlman
(RSA) Encryption, Digital Signature Algorithms and authentication protocol, the
Digital Signature Standard (DSS).
Hash Algorithms : (05)
Hash concept, description of Hash Algorithms, Message Digest Algorithms such as
MD4 and MD5, Secure Hash Algorithms such as SHA-I and SHA-2.
Network Security: (05)
Kerberos, IP security: Architecture, Authentication Header, Encapsulating Security
Payload.
Web Security: (05)
Web security consideration, secure socket Layer protocol, Transport Layer Security
Secure Electronic Transaction Protocol
Books Recommended:
William Stalling : Principles of Cryptography, Pearson Education, Latest edition
Reference Books:
Charles. P. Pfleegar : Security in Computing, Prentice Hall International, Inc., 2nd
Edition 1996
Atul Kahate : Cryptograhy and Network Security, TMH, Latest edition
Behrooz A. Forouzan : Cryptography and Network Security, McGraw Hill, Latest
edition
Bill Cheswis and Steve Bellovin : Firewalls and internet Security, Addison Wesley,
Latest Edition
Rolf Oppliger : Security Technologies for the world wide web, Artech
House , Inc., Latest edition
Jalal Feghhi, Jalli Feghhi and Peter Williams : Digital Certificates Applied Internet
Security, Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.,Latest Edition
Paper Title: Network Security and Cryptography
Paper Code: IT 663 Max. Marks: 75 Time: 3 Hours
Practical Based On Theory
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Paper Title: DATA MINING AND WAREHOUSING
Paper Code: IT 615 Max. Marks: 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 lectures of one hour each
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part – A and four from Part – B of
the syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least
two questions from Part A and two questions from Part B.
PART-A
Introduction to Data Warehousing (03)
Data Warehousing Definition and characteristics, need for data warehousing, DBMS vs.
data warehouse, OLAP.
Data Warehousing Components (05)
Overall Architecture, Data Warehouse Database, Sourcing Acquisition, Cleanup and
Transformation Tools, Metadata Access Tools, Data Marts, Data Warehouse
Administration and Management, Information Delivery Systems.
Mapping the Data Warehouse to a Multiprocessor Architecture (05)
Relational Database Technology for Data warehouse, Database Architectures for Parallel
Processing, Parallel RDBMS features, Alternative Technologies, Parallel DBMS
Vendors.
Introduction to Data Mining (08)
Functionalities, classification data mining systems, Multidimensional data model, data
cubes, Schemas for multidimensional databases, OLAP operations, Data Marts,
Metadata.
Part B
Data Preprocessing (06)
Data cleaning, integration and transformation, Data reduction, Discretization and Concept
Hierarchy Generation.
Concept Description (06)
Data Mining techniques-Concept description, attribute oriented induction, analytical
characterization, mining class comparisons, mining descriptive statistical measures.
Association Rule Mining (08)
Mining single dimension rules from transactional databases, Apriori algorithm,
efficiency, mining rules without candidate generation.
Applications and Trends In Data Mining (04)
Commercial Importance of DW, applications of data mining, data mining in business
process, Embedded data mining.
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Recommended Books
1. Data Mining –Concepts & Techniques; Jiawei Han & Micheline Kamber, Morgan
Kaugmann Publishers.
2. Data Warehousing in the Real World; Sam Anahory & Dennis Murray; Pearson
Education
3. “Data Mining” by Pieter Adrians, Dolf Zantinge, Addison Wesley, 2000.
4. Data Mining; Pieter Adriaans & Dolf Zantinge; 1997, Pearson
5. Data Warehousing, Data Mining and OLTP; Alex Berson, 1997, McGraw Hill.
6. Data Warehousing System; Mallach; 2000, McGraw Hill.
7. Building the Data Warehouses; W.H.Longhman, C.Klelly, John wiley & Sons.
8. “Data Warehousing: Concepts, Techniques, Products and Applications”, by
C.S.R. Prabhu Prentice Hall of India.
Paper Title: Managerial Economics
Paper Code: IBM 601 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Objectives: To provide students with an understanding of basic economic principles of
production & exchange-essential tools in making business decisions in today’s global
economy. The object presents the foundation to understanding how the economy works,
covering microeconomic description of business applications, including pricing for profit
maximization, price elasticity, market structures and modeling of business in varying
economic climates. The focus is on market economics, the organization that operation
there and their business strategies.
Part A
Introduction to Managerial Economics: [4]
Nature Scope and Importance of Managerial Economics. , opportunity costs , incremental
principle , time perspective , discounts and equi marginal principles.
Demand Concepts and Analysis: [4]
Individual Demand, Market Demand, Kinds of Demand, Determinants of Demand,
Demand Functions, Functions, Demand Schedule and Law of Demand.
Theory of Consumer Behavior: [4]
Cardinal Utility Approach and Ordinal Utility (Indifference Curves) Approach;
Elasticity of Demand: [4]
Concept, Types, Measurement and importance.
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Demand Forecasting: [5]
Sources of Data-Expert Opinions, Surveys and Market Experiments; Time Series
Analysis-Trend Projection; Barometric Forecasting-Leading Indicators, Composite and
diffusion Indices.
Part B
Production Function: [4]
Concept and types, Returns to Factor and Returns to Scale, Law of Variable Proportions.
Cost concepts and Analysis: [4]
Concept of Cost, Short run and Lung-run Cost Curves, Relationships among various
costs, Break-even Analysis.
Revenue Curves: [4]
Concept and Types.
Perfect Competition: [4]
Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Long Run;
Monopoly: [4]
Characteristics, Equilibrium Price, Profit Maximizing output in Short Run and Lung Run;
Price Discrimination;
Imperfect Competition: [4]
Monopolistic Competition, oligopoly and Barriers to Entry.
References:
1. Craig Peterson, Lewis and Jain: Managerial Economics, Pearson Education, 1st
Edition.
2. Mark Hirshey: Managerial Economics, Thomson Publisher, 1st Edition.
3. Dr. V.Panduranga Rao: Microeconomics-IBS Publication
4. Keat: Economic Tools for Today’s Decision Makers, 4th Edition, Pearson
Education
5. William Samuelson and Stephen G. Mark, Managerial Economics, 5th Edition,
John Wiley & Sons, 6th Edition.
6. Managerial Economics Analysis: Problem Cases, 8th Edition, Truett & Truett,
Wiley
7. K.K. Dewett: Modern Economic Theory, S. Chand & Sons, 14th Edition.
8. Mote, Paul Gupta: Managerial Economics, Vikas Publisher, 1st Edition.
9. A. Koutsoyiannis: Modern Microeconomics, Mc Millan, 2nd Edition.
10. R.L. Varshney & K. L. Maheshwari: Managerial Economics, S.Chand & Sons, 4th
Edition.
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Paper Title: Corporate Legal Environment
Paper Code: IBM 602 Max. Marks 100 Time: 3 Hours
Course Duration: 45 Lectures of one hour each.
Note: Examiner shall set eight questions, four from Part-A and four from Part-B of the
syllabus. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions selecting at least two
questions from Part-A and two from Part-B.
Objective: Corporate legal environment represents that external environment in which
the organization has to work. The course covers the basic laws which a student must be
aware of.
Part A
Information Technology Act-2000 : [11]
Objective of the act, documents excluded from the scope of the act, digital signatures,
types of digital signatures in India, certifying authorities in India, regulation of certifying
authorities, duties of subscribers, offences, appellate tribunal, penalties and adjudication
Company Law : [11]
Definition and nature of a company, kinds of companies , formation of a company,
memorandum of association, articles of association, prospectus, membership in a
company, shares , transfer and transmission of shares, meetings and proceedings.
Part B
Patents Law : [11]
Patents Act 1970 as amended by The Patents (Amendment) Act 2005, The Patents rules,
2003 as amended by The Patents (Amendment) Rules ,2006, Inventions not patentable,
applications for patents, publication and examination of applications, grant of patents and
rights conferred thereby, Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT), Trade Related Intellectual
Property Rights (TRIPS)
Consumer Protection Act 1986 : [12]
Definitions under the act : complaint , consumer, defect, deficiency , unfair trade practice,
consumer protection councils, redressal machinery under the act, district forum, state
commission, national commission
References:
1. Manish Arora : Guide to Patents Law, Universal Law Publishing Co, 4th Edition.
2. K.C.Garg, V.K.Sareen : Mercantile Law, Kalyani Publishers, 14th Edition.
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