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University Syllabus Course and Classes For BSc ( IT )

Atlanta Computer Institute Nagpur conducts Tuition Classes for BSc IT First Year (  Part 1 ) , BSc IT  Second Year (   Part 2  ) and BCA Final Year ( Part 3 ) for all universities in India . The Following syllabus is of Nagpur University.  Final Year Projects Training is also given to  BCA  Students.
BSc IT Syllabus for Semester 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

B.Sc ( IT ) Part 1 Sem 1

1.  English
2.  Marathi/Hindi/Urdu/Gujarati/ Sanskrit / Suppl. English
3.  Paper-I Fundamentals of Information Technology
4.  Paper-II Programming Methodology in ’C’
5.  Paper-III System Analysis And Design
6.  Paper-IV Web Technologies
7.  Paper-V Multimedia Application Development
8.  Paper-VI Applied Mathematics-I
9.  Practical-I Practical I – based on paper I & paper II
10.Practical-II Practical II – based on paper III & paper IV
11. Practical-III Practical III – based on paper V & paper VI

B.Sc. IT Part 1 Sem 2

1. - English
2. - Marathi/Hindi/Urdu, Gujarati, Sanskrit / Suppl. English
3. Paper-I Fundamentals of Digital Electronics
4. Paper-II Object Oriented Programming using ‘C++’
5. Paper-III Operating Systems
6. Paper-IV Web Programming
7. Paper-V Database Management System
8. Paper-VI Applied Mathematics-II
9. Pactical-I Practical I – based on paper I & paper II
10. Pactical-II Practical II – based on paper III & paper IV
11. Pactical-III Practical III – based on paper V & paper VI

B.Sc. IT Part 2 Sem 3

1. Paper-I Microprocessor & ALP
2. Paper-II Data Structures
3. Paper-III Data Communication & Network - I
4. Paper-IV Linux Operating System
5. Paper-V E-Commerce
6. Paper-VI Statistical Methods
7. Pactical-I Practical I – based on paper I & paper II
8. Pactical-II Practical II – based on paper III & paper IV
9. Pactical-III Practical III – based on paper V & paper VI

B. Sc. IT Part 2 Semester 4

1. Paper-I Software Engineering
2. Paper-II Java Programming
3. Paper-III Data Communication & Network - II
4. Paper-IV Oracle
5. Paper-V Compiler Construction
6. Paper-VI Numerical Methods
7. Practical-I Practical I – based on paper I & paper II
8. Practical-II Practical II – based on paper III & paper IV
9. Practical-III Practical III – based on paper V & paper VI

B.Sc. IT Final Semester 5

 1. Paper-I Software Project Management
2. Paper-II Dot Net Framework and C#
3. Paper-III Network Security
4. Paper-IV Data Warehousing
5. Paper-V VB Programming
6. Paper-VI Graph Theory
7. Practical-I Practical I – based on paper I & paper II
8. Practical-II Practical II – based on paper III & paper IV
9. Practical-III Practical III – based on paper V & paper VI

B.Sc IT Final Semester 6

1. Paper-I Enterprise Resource Planning
2. Paper-II Advanced Java Programming
3. Paper-III Cloud Computing
4. Paper-IV Data Mining
5. Paper-V Animation Techniques
6. Paper-VI Operation Research
7. Pactical-I Practical I – based on paper I & paper II
8. Pactical-II Practical II – based on paper III & paper IV
9. Pactical-III Practical III – based on paper V & paper VI

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-I  Paper I

Fundamentals of Information Technology

UNIT - I :
Basic Components of Digital Computers: Block Diagram. CPU: Functions of Each Unit: Primary Memory, ALU and CU, Instruction format. Bus: Data, Control and Address Bus Number Systems: Binary, Octal, Decimal, HexaDecimal, Their Conversions, Binary Arithmetic. ASCII, BCD, EBCDIC. Language Evolution : Generation of Languages : Machine, Assembly, High Level Languages. Characteristics of Good Language Translators : Compiler, Interpreter and Assembler. Source and Object Program.
Memory: Static & dynamic, RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, flash and Cache. Storage Devices: Hard Disk, Zip Disk and Optical Disk. Pen Drive, Blue Ray
Input Devices: Keyboard, Mouse, Light Pen, Touch Screen, Voice Input , MICR, OCR, OMR, Barcode Reader and Flatbed Scanner. Output Devices: VDU, Printers: Dot Matrix, Laser and Inkjet. Plotters: Drum, Flat-Bed and Inkjet.
Network: Network terminology, Topologies : Linear, Circular, Tree and Mesh. Types of Networks: LAN, WAN, MAN. Repeaters, Bridge, Routers, Brouters and Gateway. Modem for Communication between pc’s, wi-fi network, Introduction of Bluetooth and Infrared devices. Network protocols. Architecture : Peer-to-Peer, Client/Server.
Reference Books:
1. Information technology concepts by Dr. Madhulika Jain, Shashank & Satish Jain, [BPB Publication, New Delhi.]
2. Fundamentals of Information Technology By Alexis And Mathews Leon
[Leon Press, Chennai & Vikas Publishing House Pvt Ltd, New Delhi]

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-I  Paper II

Programming Methodology in C

Programming Structure : Sequence, Selection, Iteration and Modular. Problem Solving techniques: Development Tools: Algorithm, Flowcharts and Pseudo code (Definition and its characteristics) Developing Algorithm and Drawing flowcharts
C Character set, Tokens, Identifier, Keywords, Variables, Data types, Qualifiers. Operators and Expressions: Arithmetic, Relational, Logical, Bit-Wise, Increment, Decrement, Conditional and Special operators. typedef, Type Conversion, Constants, Declaring Symbolic Constants, Character Strings, Enumerated Data Types, Operator Precedence and Associativity. Library functions. : Maths, string handling Functions. Control Structure: Compound Statement, Selection Statement: if, if-else, Nested if, switch. Iteration statement: for, while, do..while, Nested loops, Jump statement: break, continue, goto. (Special emphasis on problem solving)
Arrays: Need, Types: Single and Two Dimensional Array. Strings: Strings Manipulation, Arrays of Strings, Evaluation order Function: Function Components, Return Data type, Parameter Passing, Return by Reference, Default Arguments, Recursive Functions, Arrays with Functions, Storage Classes. (Special emphasis on problem Solving )
Structure: Declaration, Definition, Accessing structure members, Initialization, Nesting of Structures. Union: Unions, Differences between Structure and Union Pointer: Introduction, Address Operator (&), Pointer variables, Void pointers, Pointer Arithmetic, Pointers to Pointers.
File handling: Hierarchy of File Stream Classes, Opening & closing a file, Testing for errors, File Modes, File pointers and their manipulations, Sequential Access, Random Access, Command Line arguments.

Reference Books:
1. The Art of programming through flowcharts & algorithm by Anil B. Chaudhari
Firewall Media, Laxmi publication, New Publication.
2. Programming in C by E. Balagurusamy TMH Publications.
3. C Programming - Kernighen Ritche
4. Programming with C – Y. Kanetkar.
5. C Programming – Holzner, PHI Publication.
6. Programming in C – Ravichandran.

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-I  Paper III

System Analysis and Design

UNIT - I :
Introduction : System, Subsystems, Components of Computerized Information System, Systems Analysts, SDLC, Prototyping. Feasibility Study and Analysis: Identifying Problems, Organizing Feasibility Analysis: Economic, Financial, Organizational and Technological. Feasibility Decision, Choice of a solution. Data Collection: Interviews, Brain Storming, Questionnaires, Document Search, Observation.
Structured tools and techniques of Data analysis : Structured English, Process Charts, SOP, Decision Tables and Decision Trees, Data Flow Diagram, Data Dictionary. (Special emphasis on problem solving ) System Design : Input design: Input Validation, Human factor Consideration, Messages, System Tolerance. Output design: Categories of output, Design Principles, Control of Output. Forms: Principles of Form Design, Ways to ensure Quality Forms. Codes: Types, Physical Representation of Codes, Principle of Code Design.
Implementation: Training, Operational Training and Related Activities, Planning to Implement Change, Change Strategies. Testing: Preparation for Testing, Test Execution: Levels of Testing, Component, Function, Subsystem, System, Test Evaluation, Acceptance. Conversion: Cold Turkey, Parallel, Pilot, Modular and Sequential Methods. Conversion Period Length. System Evaluation.
Project Planning, Metrics for Project Size Estimation, Project Estimation Techniques, Scheduling: Work Breakdown Structure, Activity Networks and CPM, Gantt Charts, PERT Charts, Project Monitoring and Control. Risk Management, Software Configuration Management: Necessity, Configuring Management Activities Software Reliability and Quality Management: Software Reliability, Software Quality, ISO 9000. Software Maintenance: Characteristics of Software Maintenance, Maintenance Process Models, Estimation of Maintenance Cost. Software Reuse: What can be reused, Why no reuse so far, Basic Issues.
Reference Books:
1. Information Systems Analysis, Design and Implementation By K. M. Hussain Donna Hussain [Tata McGraw-Hill Publishing Company Ltd, New Delhi]
2. Fundamentals of Software Engineering by Rajib Mall [PHI Publication]
3. Workbook on Systems Analysis & Design by V. Garg [PHI Publication]
4. System Analysis and Design- Don Yeates, shiebls, Helmy (M).
5. System Analysis & Design - Edward –TMH
6. System Analysis and Design – Satzinger, Robert Jackson and Stephen Burd, Thomson Learning
7. Introduction to Systems Analysis Design, Igor Hawryszkiewycz, PHI

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-I  Paper IV

Web Technologies

Introduction to Internet, Requirement for connecting to internet, Basic internet term, Introduction to World Wide Web (WWW), Evaluation of world wide web, basic features of www, web browsers, web server. Internet Security: Secure Transaction, Privacy issues, computer crimes and its type. Security Issues: Security threats like damage to data, loss of data and unauthorized use of data. Security Procedure: Firewall, Encryption, Password, Access Control List, Digital Certificate.
Introduction to HTML, Features of HTML , Advantage and Disadvantage of HTML, Basic structure of HTML documents. Creating web pages with HTML Tags : <HTML>, <HEAD>, <TITLE>, <BODY>,Heading tags, Paragraph tags, Alignment, Font tag and its attributes, line break, Pre-formatted text tag, list element (Unordered lists, ordered list, Definition list, Marquee tags and its attribute. Character formatting tags: Logical verses physical style, logical and physical tags. Changing the colors of the fonts. Linking :Relative pathnames verses absolute pathnames, URLs, Linking within a web page, linking to a different web page, linking to external web page, linking to an image by image, linking to document located in different directory, types of URLs .
Images: IMG element and its attributes, Images as a Hyperlink, Image map, Image Formats, Frames. Tables: TABLE element and its attributes, Creating simple tables, Row element, Data element, Spanning rows and columns. Form designs: Form Controls, Text controls, password fields, radio buttons, checkboxes, reset and submit buttons, select element, option , Image and textarea. Embedding Multimedia: Introduction, Embedding Multimedia, Inserting sound/audio formats, video file formats. DHTML: using DHTML in internet explorer, heading and horizontal line, hidden message, the message at the center of the page, moving boxes , changeable box.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS): advantage of CSS, Disadvantage of CSS, Defining a Style, Inline style sheet, Embedded Style sheet, External style sheets. Style sheet Properties: Font, color, background, creating group, text, Box properties, span tag.
Scripting Language: JAVA SCRIPT – Introduction, Advantages, Disadvantages, Working of JavaScript, Structure of JavaScript program, Variable, Data types, Operators & Expression, Decision Making- if—else, switch, loops(for, for…in, while, do…while), break & continue, , Arrays

1. Complete HTML by BPB
2. HTML – 4 Unleashed (SAMS)
1. Dynamic HTML by O‘RELLY (SPD)
2. Java Script Programming for the absolute beginner by Harris (PHI)

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-I  Paper V

 Multimedia Application Development

Unit I
Fundamental concepts in Text and Image: Multimedia and hypermedia, world wide web, overview of multimedia software tools. Graphics and image data representation graphics/image data types, file formats, Color in image and video: color science, color models in images, color models in video.
Unit II
Fundamental concepts in video and digital audio: Types of video signals, analog video, digital video, digitization of sound, MIDI, quantization and transmission of audio.
Unit III
Action Script I: ActionScript Features, Object-Oriented ActionScript, Datatypes and Type Checking, Classes, Authoring an ActionScript Class. Action Script II: Inheritance, Authoring an ActionScript 2.0 Subclass, Interfaces, Packages, Exceptions.
Unit IV
Application Development: Application Frame work, Using Components with ActionScript MovieClip Subclasses.
Multimedia data compression: Lossless compression algorithm: Run-Length Coding, Variable Length Coding, Dictionary Based Coding, Arithmetic Coding, Lossless Image Compression, Lossy compression algorithm: Quantization, Transform Coding, Wavelet- Based Coding, Embedded Zerotree of Wavelet Coefficients Set Partitioning in Hierarchical Trees (SPIHT).

Text Books:
1. Fundamentals of Multimedia by Ze-Nian Li and Mark S. Drew PHI/Pearson Education.
2. Essentials Action Script 2.0, Colin Moock, SPD O,REILLY

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-I   Paper VI

Applied Mathematics - I

Propositional Calculus:
Connectives, Negation, conjunction, Disjunction, statement formulas and truth tables, conditional and Bi-conditional, well formed formulas, Tautologies, Equivalence of formulas, duality law, Tautologies implications, Functionally complete set of, other connectives,
Disjunctive normal forms, connective normal forms, Principal disjunctive normal form, Principal conjunctive normal form.
Predicate Calculus:
The theory of Inference for statement Calculus, validity using truth tables, Rules of inference, consistency of premises and indirect method of Proof
The statement function, variables and quantifier, Predicate formulas, Free and Bound variables, The universe of Discourse, Theory of inference for predicate calculus.

Reference Books:
1. Discrete Mathematical Structures with applications to computer Science By J,P.Tremblay & R. Manohar, (TMH)
2. Discrete Mathematical Structures by Kolman Busby and Ross (pearson)
3. Discrete Mathematics By Norman Biggs. (Oxford).
4. Logic and Discrete Mathematics : Grassmann, Tremblay (Pearson)
5. Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and computation :Hopcroft, Motwani and Ullman(Pearson)
6. An introduction to the theory of computer science , languages and machines : Sudkamp
7. Kenneth H Rosen Discrite Mathematics & it’s Applications TMH

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-II Paper I

 Fundamentals of Digital Electronics

Unit – I
Data and Information: Features of Digital Systems, Number Systems: Decimal, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal & their inter conversions, Representation of Data: Signed Magnitude, one’s complement & two’s complement, Binary Arithmetic, Fixed point representation and Floating point representation of numbers.
Codes: BCD, XS-3, Gray code, hamming code, alphanumeric codes (ASCII, EBCDIC, UNICODE), Error detecting and error correcting codes.
Unit- II
Boolean Algebra: Basic gates (AND, OR, NOT gates), Universal gates (NAND and NOR gates), other gates (XOR, XNOR gates). Boolean identities, De Morgan Laws. Karnaugh maps: SOP and POS forms, Quine McClusky method.
Unit –III
Combinational Circuits: Half adder, full adder, code converters, combinational circuit design, Multiplexers and demultiplexers, encoders, decoders, Combinational design using mux and demux.
Sequential Circuit Design: Flip flops (RS, Clocked RS, D, JK, JK Master Slave, T, Counters, Shift registers and their types, Counters: Synchronous and Asynchronous counters.
Unit- IV
Computers: Basic Organization, Memory: ROM, RAM, PROM, EPROM, EEPROM, Secondary Memory: Hard Disk & optical Disk, Cache Memory, I/O devices

1. Modern Digital Electronics by R. P. Jain, 3rd Edition, McGraw Hill
2. Digital Design and Computer Organisation by Dr. N. S. Gill and J. B. Dixit, University Science Press

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-II Paper II

Object Oriented Programming Using C++

UNIT - I :
Object Oriented Methodology: Elements of Object Oriented programming, Objects, Classes, OOPs features. Classes & Objects: Specifying a Class, Creating Objects, Accessing Class members, Defining member function, Outside Member Functions as inline, Accessing Member Functions within the class, Static data member, Access Specifiers: Private, Protected and Public Members.
CONSTRUCTORS & DESTRUCTORS: Introduction, Parameterized Constructors, Constructor Overloading, Constructors with Default Arguments, Copy Constructor, Destructor, Order of Construction and Destruction, Static data members with Constructor and Destructors. OPERATOR OVERLOADING: Definition, Overloadable Operators, Unary Operator Overloading, Unary & Binary overloading, Rules for Operators Overloading.
DYNAMIC OBJECTS: Pointers to Objects, Creating and Deleting Dynamic Objects: New and Delete operators, Array of Objects, Array of Pointers to Objects, Pointers to Object Members, this Pointer. INHERITANCE: Defining, Abstract classes, Single, Multilevel, Multiple, Hierarchical, Hybrid Inheritance, Constructor and Destructor in Derived Classes.
VIRTUAL FUNCTIONS: Need for Virtual Functions, definition, Pure Virtual Functions, Abstract Classes, Rules for Virtual Functions. EXCEPTION HANDLING: Exception Handling Model, List of Exceptions, Handling Uncaught Exceptions, Fault Tolerant Design Techniques, Memory Allocation Failure Exception, Rules for Handling Exception Successfully.
Reference Books:
1. Mastering C++ by K R Venugopal Tata McGraw-Hill , New Delhi.
2. The C++ Programming Language –Bjarne Stroustrup
3. Programming with C++ - Ravichandran
4. Programming with C++ - Robert Lafore
5. Object Oriented Programming with C++ by E. Balagurusamy, McGraw Hill

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-II  Paper III

 Operating System

Structure of Operating System, Operating System functions, Characteristics of Modern OS. Process Management: Process states, Creation, Termination, Operations on Process, Concurrent process, Processes Threads, Multithreading, Micro Kernels CPU Scheduling: Schedulers, Scheduling Methodology, CPU Scheduling Algorithm: FCFS, SJF, RR, Priority Scheduling.
Performance comparison : Deterministic Modeling , Queuing analysis, Simulators. Deadlock and Starvation: Resource Allocation Graph, Conditions for Dead Lock, Dead Lock Prevention, Dead Lock Detection, Recovery from Deadlock.
Memory Management: Logical Vs. Physical Address Space, Swapping, Memory Management Requirement, Dynamic Loading and Dynamic Linking, Memory Allocation Method: Single Partition allocation, Multiple Partitions, Compaction, paging, segmentation, Segmentation with paging. Protection.
I/O Management: I/O hardware, I/O Buffering, Disk I/O, Raid, Disk Cache. File Management: File Management system, File Accessing Methods, File Directories, File Allocation Methods, File Space Management, Disk Space Management, Record blocking. Protection Mechanisms: Cryptography, Digital Signature, User Authentication.

Reference Books:
1. Operating Systems by P. Balakrishna Prasad [Scitech Publication]
2. Operating System Concept : Silbershaz (Addision Education)
3. Operating Systems - H.M. Deitel - Addision Wesley.
4. Operating Systems- John J. Donoven.
5. Operating System : A.S.Godbole (TMH)
6. Modern Operating Systems : Tenenenbaum (Pearson Education)
7. Operating System : Peterson.

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-II  Paper IV

Web Programming

Unit I
Internet, Internet users and working, Information on Internet, Requirements for connecting to Internet, Basic Internet Terms, Introduction to world wide web, Evaluation of world wide web, basic features, web browsers, popular web browsers, web servers, HTTP, URL, Search Engines, Search Engines categories, how to use Search Engines, Searching criterion, Introduction to browsers, Working with e-mail, Parts of e-mail text, working with messages.
Unit II
Java Script -Introduction , values and variables, operators, loops and various statements in java script, Date object, Math object, string object, window events, working with forms, document object, screen object, navigator object, images and animation, java script objects
Declaration, definition, and referencing. Identifiers scope rules. Recursion. Arrays; declaration, allocation & accessing, sorting of arrays, JavaScript objects : Math, String, Date, Number and Boolean.
Documents, forms, Statements, Functions, Objects in Java scripts, events and event handling, arrays, FORMS, Buttons, Checkboxes, Text fields and text areas.
Unit-III Introduction to active server pages (ASP) : working of ASP, setup, ASP objects, file system object, session tracking & cookies. Accessing databases using ASP. XML: Introduction, Document type definition, XML Schemas, Document Object model, Presenting XML, Using XML Processors: DOM and SAX
Unit IV
XML displaying an XML Document, Data interchange with an XML Document, advantages of integrating ASP & XML. Introduction to Java Server Pages (JSP): scripting standard actions, Directives. Custom tag libraries. JSP & XML case study: advantages of integrating JSP & XML.

1. Deitel, Deitel & Nieto, Internet and Worldwide Web how to Program, Pearson Education
2. Techmedia : The Complete Java Script
3. Eddy et. al. : "Teach Yourself Active Server Pages" (IDG)
4. R Bangia, Second edition Internet and web design, firewall media
5. R Bangia Multimedia and Wed technology
6. Internet and web designing, Macmillan
7. Ivan Bayross Web Enabled Commercial Application Development Using HTML, DHTML, JS, Perl
8. Kathhleen Kalata, Internmet Programming with VBScript and Java Script. Thomson Publication
9. Robert W. Sebesta, Programming the World Wide Web Pearson
10. Pekowsky : "Java Server Pages" (Pearson Education)

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-II  Paper V 

Database Management System

 UNIT- I :
DBMS : Definition: Databases, DBMS, Problems with traditional file processing system, Objectives of the database systems, Three level architectures of DBMS, Component of DBMS, Database Administrator, Database Users, Data model, Different types of data models, Concepts of Hierarchical, Network Models.
E-R Models : Basic Concepts, Entity, Attributes, Relation Ship, Mapping, Keys, Weak and Strong Entity Set, Problems on E-R Diagrams, Extended E-R Features: Specialization, Generalization, Aggregation, Problems on Reduction of an E-R Schema to Tables, Tabular representation of Strong, Weak entity Sets and Relationship Sets.
Relational Model: Structure, Relational Algebra, Fundamental Operations, Set –Intersection, Natural Join, Division and Assignment Operation. Extended Relational Algebra Operations, Aggregate Functions.
Functional Dependency: Functional Dependency, Fully Functional Dependency, Partial Dependency, Transitive Dependency, Multi Valued Dependency. Normalization, Normal Forms ( 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF, 4NF, 5NF). Problems on Normal forms.

Reference Books:
1. Data Base System Concepts By A SilbersChatz By Henry Korth And S.Sudarshan [Mcgraw-Hill ltd. New Delhi] 3rd Edition.
2. Introduction to Data Base Management by NAVEEN PRAKASH [Tata McGrawHill ltd.]
3. Bipin C. Desai, An Introduction to Database Systems, Galgotia Publications.
4. Raghu Ramakrishnan & Johannes Gerhrke, "Data Base Management Systems", Mc Graw Hill International Edition, 2000
5. Muzumdar, Introduction to Database Management Systems. TMH

B. Sc. (IT) Part I Semester-II  Paper VI

Applied Mathematics - II

UNIT - I :
Set Theory: Set, Subsets operations on set, Venn diagram, algebra on sets, Cartesian product of sets, Binary relations, Properties of binary relation, Relation matrix and the graph of relation, Partial order relations, Equivalence relations, Equivalence Classes, Composition of relations.
Functions - definition, types of function, Invertible functions composition of functions. Counting - Permutation, Combinations, The pigeonhole principle, recurrence relation, Mathematical Induction.
Algebraic Structures Semi groups & groups: Binary operations, Semi groups, isomorphism and Homomorphism, Product and Quotient of semi groups, Groups, subgroups, products and Quotient of groups. Lattices: - Lattice concepts, isomorphic Lattices, Properties of lattices, Finite Boolean algebras.
Graph Theory: Basic concepts, types of graphs, Representation of graph in memory, Euler path and circuits, Hamiltonian Path and circuits. Trees:- Basic concepts, Libeled trees, Undirected trees.

Reference Books:
1. Discrete Mathematical Structures with applications to computer Science By J,P.Tremblay & R. Manohar, (TMH)
2. Discrete Mathematical Structures by Kolman Busby and Ross (pearson)
3. Discrete Mathematics By Norman Biggs. (Oxford).
4. Logic and Discrete Mathematics : Grassmann, Tremblay (Pearson)
5. Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages, and computation :Hopcroft, Motwani and Ullman(Pearson)
6. An introduction to the theory of computer science , languages and machines : Sudkamp
7. Kenneth H Rosen Discrite Mathematics & it’s Applications TMH

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -III
Paper I

Microprocessor and ALP

An over view of 8085, Architecture of 8086 Microprocessor. Special functions of General purpose registers. 8086 flag register and function of 8086 Flags. Addressing modes of 8086. Instruction set of 8086. Assembler directives, simple programs, procedures, and macros. Assembly language programs involving logical, Branch & Call instructions, sorting, evaluation of arithmetic expressions, string manipulation.
Pin diagram of 8086-Minimum mode and maximum mode of operation. Timing diagram. Memory interfacing to 8086 (Static RAM & EPROM). Need for DMA. DMA data transfer Method. Interfacing with 8237/8257.
8255 PPI – various modes of operation and interfacing to 8086. Interfacing Keyboard, Displays, 8279 Stepper Motor and actuators. D/A and A/D converter interfacing.
Interrupt structure of 8086. Vector interrupt table. Interrupt service routines. Introduction to DOS and BIOS interrupts. 8259 PIC Architecture and interfacing cascading of interrupt controller and its importance. Serial data transfer schemes. Asynchronous and Synchronous data transfer schemes. 8251 USART architecture and interfacing. TTL to RS 232C and RS232C to TTL conversion. Sample program of serial data transfer. Introduction to High-speed serial communications standards, USB.
Advanced Micro Processors - Introduction to 80286, Salient Features of 80386, Real and Protected Mode Segmentation & Paging, Salient Features of Pentium, Branch Prediction, Overview of RISC Processors.

1. Advanced microprocessor and Peripherals - A.K.Ray and K.M.Bhurchandi, TMH, 2000.
2. Micro Controllers – Deshmukh, Tata McGraw Hill Edition.

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -III
Paper II

Data Structures

UNIT - I :
LINKED LIST : Linked List, Representation of Single, Double, Header, Circular Single and Double Linked list, All possible operations on Single and Double linked List using Dynamic representation, Polynomial Representation and its Manipulation.
STACKS : Stacks terminology, Representation of Stacks in Memory, Operation on Stacks, Polish Notations, Translation of infix to postfix & prefix expression, Infix to Postfix Conversion, Evaluation of Postfix Expression, Recursion, Problems on Recursion, Quick Sort and Tower of Hanoi Problem.
QUEUE : Representation of Queues in Memory, Circular Queue. Dequeue and Priority Queue. Operations of above Structure using Array and Linked Representation. SORTING AND SEARCHING: Selection Sort, Insertion Sort, Merge Sort, Efficiency of Sorting Methods, Big-O Notations. Hash Tables, Hashing Technique, Collision Resolution Technique.
TREES : Basic Terminologies, Representation of Binary Trees in Memory, Traversing of Binary tree, Binary Search Tree, Operation on Binary Search Tree, Heap Tree, Operation on Heap Tree, Heap Sort Method GRAPHS : Basic Terminologies, Definition and Representation of Graphs in Memory: Linked List and Matrix Representation. Traversing graphs : BSF, DFS Method.

Reference Books:
1. Classical Data Structures : D. Samanta. PHI, New Delhi.
3. Data structure Using C++ : Y. Kanetkar
4. Data Structures Using C++: Tennenbaum
5. Data structures by Tremblay Sorenson
6. Data structures by Bhagat singh Naps

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -III
Paper III

Data Communication & Network - I

Introduction to data communications and Networking:- Introduction, history, data communication and network architecture, protocols and standards, standards organization , layered network architecture, open systems interconnection , data communications circuits, serial and parallel data transmission, circuit arrangements and data communication networks , alternate protocol suite. Signal , Noise , Modulation and Demodulation:- Introduction, signal analysis, Electrical Noise and Signal to Noise ratio, analog modulation systems , Information capacity, bits, Bit rate, Baud and M-ary Encoding , digital modulation.
Unit –II:
Transmission Media:- Introduction , Metallic cable Metallic transmission lines, transverse electromagnetic waves, characteristics , transmission line classifications, M.T line types, M.T. line equivalent circuit , Wave propagation on metallic transmission lines , metallic transmission line losses. Optical fiber Transmission media:- Introduction, Advantages and Disadvantages of optical fiber cables , Electromagnetic spectrum , O.F. Communication system block diagram, Optical fiber Construction , the physics of light, velocity of propagation, propagation of light through an Optical fiber cable, Optical fiber modes and classifications , O.F. Comparison , losses in optical fiber cables, light sources, light detectors , lasers Digital transmission:- Introduction, Pulse modulation, pulse code modulation, dynamic range, Signal Voltage-to-quantization Noise Voltage Ratio, Linear Versus Nonlinear PCM Codes, Companding, PCM Line Speed, Delta Modulation PCM & Differential PCM.
Unit –III
Wireless Communication Systems:- Introduction, Electromagnetic Polarization, Rays & Wavefronts, Electromagnetic Radiation, Spherical wavefronts & the Inverse Square law, Wave Attenuation & Absorption, Optical Properties of Radio Waves, Terrestrial Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves, Skip Distance, free-Space Pathloss, Microwave Communication Systems, Satellite Communication Systems. Data Communication Codes, Error Control & data Formats:- Introduction, Data Communication Character Codes, Barcodes, Error Control, Error Detection, Error Correction, Character Synchronization. Data Communication Hardware, Data Communications Circuit, Line Control Unit, serial Interfaces.
Unit – IV
Network Topologies & Connectivity Devices:- Introduction, Transmission Formats, Topologies, Collision & Broadcast Domains, Connectivity Devices, Standard Connectivity Device Logic Symbols Local Area Networks:- Introduction, IEEE Project 802, Access Control Methodologies, Medium access Control, LAN Data Link Layer, Logic Link Control Sublayer, MAC Sublayer, Ethernet.

1. Godbole Data Communication and Networking .- (TMH)
2. P.C. Gupta – Data Communications and Computer Networks, PHI, New Delhi 2006
3. Comer Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol-1, PHI Publication.
4. Wayne Tomasi Introduction to Data Communications & Networking ( Pearson Education)
5. Kenneth C. Mansfield, Jr; James L.Antonakos An Introduction to Computer Networking (Pearson Education)
6. W. Stallings - Data and Computer Communications, 7th Edn., Pearson Edn./ PHI, New Delhi,
7. Forouzan Data Communication and Networks, Tata McGraw Hill.
8. Tanenbum Computer Networks, 3ed edition,PHI Publication.

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -III
Paper IV

Linux Operating System

UNIT - I :
Logging In and Logging Out, Anatomy of Linux OS, Directory Structure, /usr Directory, File Types: User datafiles, System data files, Executable files. Naming files and directories, Spawning Processes. Shell: Creating User Account, Shell Program, bash shell, Changing shell prompt. Commands: Basic Syntax for a command, Exploring the Home Directory, ls, mkdir, rmdir, stat, cat, rm, mv, cp
Editor: Vi editor. Hooking up Hardware Devices: Formatting a Floppy Disk, Gathering important system information. Backing Up and restoring the File System: Simple Backup, gzip, gunzip, tar. Printing files: Print Spool directory, Sending files to Printer.
Sharing Files with other Users: Maintaining User Accounts, Changing Password, Creating Group Accounts, Granting Access to files, Changing File Ownership, Protecting Files, Making a File Read-Only. Working with Processes: Types of processes, ps Command, Creating process, killing process, free command and top utility.
Managing Disk Space: df, du commands, Creating Additional Free Disk Space, Locating Unused Files, Setting System Clock. Communication Utilities: who, who am i, finger, mesg, write, wall, talk, Creating a message of the day. X Window System, Graphical User Interfaces: KDE and GNOME Desktop Environment.
Reference Books:
1. SAMS Teach Yourself Linux by Craig and Coletta Witherspoon [Techmedia]
2. LINUX complete reference by Richard Peterson

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -III
Paper V


UNIT - I :
Introduction to e-Commerce, Scope of electronic commerce, definition, e-Commerce and Trade Cycle, e- Markets, Internet e-Commerce in perspective. Value chain, Supply chain, Porters value chain model, Inter organizational value chains.
Business strategy in electronic age: Competitive advantages, Strategy, Porters model, First Movers advantages, Advantages using e-Commerce. Introduction to business strategy, Strategic implications of IT, Technology, Business environment, Business capability, Existing business strategy, Strategy formulation and implementation planning, e-Commerce implementation, e-Commerce evaluation.
Business to Business e-Commerce: Inter organizational transactions, The credit transaction trade cycle, A variety of transaction, Pens and things, Electronics Market, Usage of e-Market, Advantages and disadvantages of e-Market, Future of e-Market, EDI, introduction, EDI and Business.
Business to Consumer Electronic Commerce: Consumer trade transaction, Internet e-Commerce, e-Shop, Other e-Commerce technologies, Advantages and disadvantages of comsumer e-Commerce. Elements of e-Commerce: elements, e-Visibility, e-Shop, Online payments, Internet e-Commerce security.

Reference Books:

01. E-Commerce, Strategy, Technologies and Applications By: David Whiteley Tata McGraw-Hill Edition.

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -III  Paper VI

Statistical Methods

Introduction - Definition of Statistics, Importance and scope of Statistics, Limitations of statistics, Distrust of Statistics. Statistical Data Collection - Primary and Secondary data, Methods of Collecting Primary data, Sources and Secondary Data, Census and Sample Investigation. Presentation of statistical Data - Classification, Tabulation, Frequency Distribution, Diagrams and Graphs. Frequency Distributions and
Measures of Central Tendency - Frequency Distribution, Continuous Frequency Distribution, Graphic Representation of a Frequency Distribution Average or Measures of Central Tendency or Measures of Locations, Requisites for an ideal Measure of Central Tendency Arithmetic: Mean Median, Mode, Geometric Mean and Harmonic Mean, Weighted Average, Relationship amongst different Averages.
Measures of Dispersion, Skewness and Kurtosis - Meaning and Significance of
Dispersion, Methods of Measuring Dispersion - Range, Quartile, Mean Deviation, Standard Deviation, Coefficient of Skewness, Kurtosis, Coefficient of Dispersion, Coefficient of Variation.
Correlation and Regression - Definition of Correlation, . Scatter Diagram, Karl Pearson Coefficient of Correlation, Limits for Correlation Coefficient, Definition of Regression, Lines of Regression, Regression Curves, Regression coefficients, properties of Regression coefficients, Correlation Analysis vs. Regression Analysis.

Reference Books:
1.S Sastry Introduction to Numerical Analysis
2.Y. Rajaraman, Computer Oriented Numerical Methods - Prentice Hall Publication
3.Gupta and Kapoor Fundamental of Mathematical Statistics
4.Brian Flowers Introduction to Numerical Methods in C++ By. (Oxford)
5.E. Balaguruswamy, Numerical Methods - Tata McGraw Hill Publication
6.Srimanta Pal Numerical Methods (Oxford)
7.K Sankara Rao Numerical Methods for Scientists & Engineers [PIlI].
8.Manish Goyal Computer Based Numerical And Statistical Techniques (Laxmi)

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -IV  Paper I

Software Engineering

Unit I
Introduction to Software Engineering : The evolving role of software, Changing Nature of Software, Software myths. A Generic view of process : Software engineering- A layered technology, a process framework, The Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI), Process patterns, process assessment, personal and team process models.
Unit II
Process models : The waterfall model, Incremental process models, Evolutionary process models, The Unified process. Software Requirements : Functional and non-functional requirements, User requirements, System requirements, Interface specification, the software requirements document.
Unit III
Requirements engineering process : Feasibility studies, Requirements elicitation and analysis, Requirements validation, Requirements management. System models : Context Models, Behavioral models, Data models, Object models, structured methods.
Unit IV
Design Engineering : Design process and Design quality, Design concepts, the design model.

1. Software Engineering, A practitioner’s Approach- Roger S. Pressman, 6th edition.McGrawHill International Edition.
2. Software Engineering- Sommerville, 7th edition, Pearson education.
3. Software Engineering- K.K. Agarwal & Yogesh Singh, New Age International Publishers
4. Software Engineering, an Engineering approach- James F. Peters, Witold Pedrycz, John Wiely.
5. Systems Analysis and Design- Shely Cashman Rosenblatt,Thomson Publications.
6. Software Engineering principles and practice- Waman S Jawadekar, The McGraw-Hill Companies.

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -IV Paper II

Java Programming

UNIT - I :
Introduction to Java: -History of Java, features of Java, getting started with Java. Java programs:-Introduction of Application & Applets. Variables: -Variable naming, variable initialization, assign values, Rules of variables, Scope of variable. Operators: -Arithmetic, Assignment, Unary, Comparison, Shift, Bit- Wise, Logical, Conditional, New, Special, Relational. Data types:-Integers, Char, String, Float etc. Typecasting: Tokens: -Java tokens Order of precedence of operators Streams: - Input and output.
Creating a class & subclass: -Declaring a class, Naming class, Rules to assign Class & Subclass, Creating a new object, Class of an object. Data members: -Declaring data member, Naming variables, using class members. Methods: -Using data members, Invoke a method, passing arguments to a method, calling method. Access Specifier & Modifiers: -Public, Private, Protected, Static & Final. Overloading: -Method overloading, Constructor overloading. Java class library: - Different types of classes. Decision making & loops:-If-then-else, Switch,? : operator, While-loop, do-while loop, for. Array: -Creating an array, one-dimensional array, two-dimensional array. String: -String array, string methods. Inheritance: -Single & multiple inheritances Interfaces: -Defining interfaces, extending interfaces, implementing interfaces.
Packages: -Java API packages, creating packages, accessing packages, adding a class to packages. Import statement: - Introduction & implementation of import statement. Applets:-Introduction to Applets & Application, how applets application are different creating An applet. Applets life cycle, designing a web page, creating an executable applet, running the applet, applet tags, passing a parameter to applet, HTML tag, Converting applet to application. Threads:-Overview of threads, single & multiple threads, lift cycle of threads, stopping & blocking threads, working with threads, priority to thread, synchronization. Exceptions & Errors:-Introduction, types of error, exception, syntax of exception, handling techniques, exception for Debugging.
Event: -Event driven programming, handling an (AWT) events. Graphic class:-Introduction, the graphic classes, drawing & filling of lines, rectangle, circle & ellipse, arcs, polygons, text & fonts, creating a font class, font objects, text, coloring object. Streams:-Introduction, Abstract stream classes, file input & output. AWI Applications: -Creating a GUI using AWT toolkit, using component class, frames. Components & Control: -Textfield, textarea class, label, button, choice, list, checkbox, class, and combo. Menus: -Creating a popup menus. Image: - Type of image, Properties of an image, Displaying an image. Layouts: -Using Window Listener interface, Different types of Layout, Layout manager, Flow manager, Grid manager. Container: -Different types of container (Frame, Dialog, Panel)

Reference Books:
1. Programming with Java a primer II edition:-E Balaguruswamy(Tata McGraw-Hill)
2. Java Programming (For absolute beginners) Russell PHI
3. Black Book on Java
4. Java-Complete References

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -IV Paper III

Data Communication & Network-II

Communication Architecture, Protocols & Architecture: Protocols, The Layers Approach, OSI Model, TCP/IP protocol suite, System Network Architecture. Internetworking: Principles of Internetworking, Bridges, Routers, Repeaters, Gateways, Connection Oriented Internetworking, Connectionless Internetworking, Connectionless Internetwork Protocol, Router-level protocol.
Unit II
Transport Protocols- Transport services, Protocol Mechanism, Network services, ISO Transport Standards, TCP, UDP, TCP and UDP Packet format, Lightweight Transport Protocol.
Unit III
Session Services & Protocols- Session Characteristics, OSI Session Services, Definition, OSI Session Protocol definition. DNS, FTP, HTTP.
Unit IV
Digital Network, ISDN & Broadband ISDN : Overview of ISDN, Architecture and Interfaces of ISDN, Transmission structure, User Access, ISDN protocols, Broadband ISDN(B-ISDN).

1. William Stalling, Data and Computer Communication, PHI Publication.
2. Forouzan, Data Communication and Networks, Tata McGraw Hill.
3. Godbole, Data Communication and Network, TMH
4. Tanenbum, Computer Networks , ,PHI Publication.
5. Comer Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol-1, PHI Publication
6. Data and Computer Communication by William Stalling, PHI Publication.
7. Data Communication and Network by Forouzan, Tata McGraw Hill.

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -IV Paper IV


Unit I
Introduction to Oracle - Relational database management system (RDBMS), Codd’s Rules for RDBMS, Oracle as multiuser system, Logging and Logging out of Oracle, Database Administrator (DBA) and its Role, Creation of user and Password. Introduction to Structured Query language (SQL) – History and standardization of SQL, benefits of SQL, elements of SQL, Languages, Database objects, Reserve words, Keywords. Data types – Char, Varchar, Date, Number, Long, Raw and Long raw.
Unit II
SQL Command – DDL command, DML command, DRL command, Aggregate function, Clauses, Set operator, Predicates, Join, Sub queries, Views. Simple reports commands.  PL/SQL - Introduction to PL/SQL, Advantages of PL/SQL, PL/SQL block structure, Character Set, Literals, PL/SQL data type, Variables, Control and loop statements, Loops and Labels.
Unit III
Cursor – PL/SQL Cursor, Explicit Cursors, Implicit Cursors. Exception Management - User defined, predefined exceptions, subprograms and packages - procedures, functions, package specification, body, calling sub programs, advantages of packages, cursers in packages.
Unit IV
Database Triggers & Built in Packages - Database triggers-syntax, parts, statement, body, restriction, types. Built in packages – DBMS standard. DBMS OUTPUT - Collection, member functions and procedures, PL/SQL table and records, declaration, referring, maintaining row count, insertions, deletions, nested tables, varying, arrays, initialization, declaration, varrays, member functions and procedures.


5. Database System Using Oracle: A Simplified Guide to SQL & PL-SQL: Nilesh Shah, PHI Publication.
6. Database Management Systems (Complete practical approach) by Sharad Maheshwari & Ruchin Jain, Firewall media
7. Dr. P.S.Deshpande SQL & PL/SQL for Oracle 10g Black Book

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -IV Paper V

Compiler Construction

UNIT - I :
Compilers and translators, need, the structure of a compiler, Lexical Analysis, Syntax analysis, Intermediate code Generation, Optimization, Code Generation, Book keeping, Error Handling
High Level programming languages, Definitions of programming languages, The lexical and syntactic structure of a language, Data elements, structures, Operators, Assignment Statements, Data Environments, Parameter transmission, Storage management.
The role of the lexical analyzer, Approach to the design of lexical analyzer, Implementation of lexical analyzer, Context free grammars, Derivations and parse trees, Ambiguous grammar.
Parsers, Shift-reduce parsing, Operator precedence parsing, Top-down parsing, predictive parsers, Symbol Table , Code Optimization: The principal source optimization, Loop optimization, The DAG representation of basic blocks, Code Generation : A machine model, a simple code generator, Register Allocation and assignment.

Reference Books:
1. Principles of Compiler Design - A.V. Aho, J. D.Ullman : Pearson Education.
2. Modern Compiler Design- Dick Grune, Henry E. Bal, Cariel T. H. Jacobs, Wiley dreamtech.
3. Engineering a Compiler-Cooper & Linda, Elsevier.
4. Compiler Construction, Louden, Thomson.

B. Sc. (IT) Part II Semester -IV Paper VI

Numerical Methods

 UNIT - I :
Roots of Non-Linear Equations : Algebraic equation, Polynomial equation, Transcendental equation, Iterative method, Starting & Stopping Iterative method, Bisection Method, False Position method, Newton Raphson Method: Secant Method, Determining all possible roots, Multiple roots of polynomial, Complex Roots using Muller's Method.
Solution to Linear Equations Existence of solution, Gauss Elimination Method, Gauss elimination with pivoting, Gauss Jordan Method, Round off errors and refinement, m Conditioned system, Matrix inversion method.
Linear interpolation, Lagrange Interpolation, Spline Interpolation, Interpolation with equidistant points, Least Square regression Fitting, Transcendental equations, Multiple linear regression, m conditioning in Least square
Integration & Differentiation : Trapezoidal Rule, Simpson 1/3 Rule, Simpson 3/8 rule, Gaussian Integration, Solution to differential equation (using Runge-Kutta second and fourth order methods, Multistep method for differential equations (Milne-Simpson method, Adams-bashforth-

Reference Books:
1.S Sastry Introduction to Numerical Analysis
2.Y. Rajaraman, Computer Oriented Numerical Methods - Prentice Hall Publication
3.Gupta and Kapoor Fundamental of Mathematical Statistics
4.Brian Flowers Introduction to Numerical Methods in C++ By. (Oxford)
5.E. Balaguruswamy, Numerical Methods - Tata McGraw Hill Publication
6.Srimanta Pal Numerical Methods (Oxford)
7.K Sankara Rao Numerical Methods for Scientists & Engineers [PIlI].
8.Manish Goyal Computer Based Numerical And Statistical Techniques (Laxmi)

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -V Paper I

Software Project Management

Unit I
Managing Software Project: Process & Project Management, Project Management and the CMM, Project Management at Infosys, Introduction to CMMI, PCMM, The Project Planning Infrastructure: The process data base, process capability Baseline, Process Assets and the Body of Knowledge System.
Unit II
Process Planning: The Information System Development Process, Requirement Analysis, Requirement Change Management, Effort Estimation & Scheduling: Estimation and Scheduling Concepts, Effort – Estimation, Scheduling.
Unit III
Quality Planning: Quality Concepts, Quantitative quality Management Planning, Defect Prevention Planning. Risk Management: Concepts of Risks and Risk Management, Risk Assessment, Risk Control.
Unit IV
Measurement and Planning: Concepts in measurement, Measurements, Project tracking. Project Management Plan: Team Management, Customer Communication and Issue Resolution, Structure of the Project Management Plan.

Text Book:
1. Pankaj Jalote – Software Project Management in Practice, Pearson Education, New Delhi
2. B.Huges and M.Cotterell – Software Project Management, 3/e, TMH, New Delhi
3. Pankaj Jalote – CMM in Practice, Pearson Education, New Delhi
4. W. Humph Grey – Managing the Software Process, Addition – Wesley
5. R. T. Futrell, D. F. Shafer, L. I. Safer, “Quality Software Project Management”, Pearson Education

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -V Paper II

Dot Net Framework and C#

The .Net framework: Introduction, The Origin of .Net Technology, Common Language Runtime (CLR), Common Type System (CTS), Common Language Specification (CLS), Microsoft Intermediate Language (MSIL), Just-In –Time Compilation, Framework Base Classes.
C -Sharp Language (C#): Introduction, Data Types, Identifiers, Variables, Constants, Literals, Array and Strings, Object and Classes, Inheritance and Polymorphism, Operator Overloading, Interfaces, Delegates and Events. Type conversion.
C# Using Libraries: Namespace- System, Input-Output, Multi-Threading, Networking and sockets, Managing Console I/O Operations, Windows Forms, Error Handling.
Advanced Features Using C#: Web Services, Window Services, Asp.net Web Form Controls, ADO.Net. Distributed Application in C#, Unsafe Mode, Graphical Device interface with C#. .Net Assemblies and Attribute: .Net Assemblies features and structure, private and share assemblies, Built-In attribute and custom attribute. Introduction about generic.

1. Wiley,” Beginning Visual C# 2008”,Wrox
2. Fergal Grimes,” Microsoft .Net for Programmers”. (SPI)
3. Balagurusamy,” Programming with C#”, (TMH)
4. Mark Michaelis, “Essential C# 3.0: For .NET Framework 3.5, 2/e, Pearson Education
5. Shibi Parikkar, “ C# with .Net Frame Work” , Firewall Media.

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -V Paper III

Network Security

 Unit I
Introduction, Security Concepts, Threats and Risks, Attacks – Passive and Active, Security Services, Confidentiality, Authentication, Non-Repudiation, Integrity, Access Control, Availability, Model for Internetwork Security, Internet Standards and RFCs Access Control Mechanisms ,Access Matrix, HRU, TAM, ACL and capabilities
Unit II
Access Control Models, Chinese Wall, Clark-Wilson, Bell-LaPadula, Non- Interference and Role Base Model. Cryptography, Secret Key and Public Key Cryptosystems, Symmetric Ciphers, Block Ciphers and Stream Ciphers, DES, IDEA and Key Escrow, RSA and ElGamal.
Unit III
Secure Hash and Key management, Digital Signature and Non-repudiation, cryptanalysis. Network Security, Objectives and Architectures, Internet Security Protocols, IP encapsulating Security Protocol, Network and Transport Layer Security.
Unit IV
Network Security Applications, Authentication Mechanisms: a) Passwords, b) Cryptographic authentication protocol, c) Smart Card, d) Biometrics,e) Digital Signatures and seals, f) Kerberos, g) X.509 LDAP Directory. Web Security : a) SSL Encryption b) TLS, SET, E-mail Security, PGPs / MIME, IP Security, Access and System Security , Intruders, Intrusion Detection and Prevention , Firewall a) Hardware Firewall b) Software Firewall c) Application Firewall d) Packet Filtering. e). Packet Analysis, Proxy Servers, Firewall setting in Proxy, ACL in Proxy

1. William Stallings, "Network Security Essentials", Prentice-Hall.
2. Edward Amoroso, "Fundamentals of Computer Security Technology", Prentice-Hall.

References :
1. 3 Dorothy E. Denning, "Cryptography and Data Security", Addison-Wesley.
2. 4 Peter J. Denning, "Computers under Attack", Addison-Wesley.
3. 5 Douglas R. Stinson, "Cryptography: Theory and Practice", CRC Press.
4. 6 D. Brent Chapman and Elizabeth D. Zwicky, "Building Internet Firewalls",
5. O'Reilly and Associates

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -V Paper IV

Data Warehousing

Unit I
Introduction, Definition, Components, Warehousing databases, Users, Advantages, Features, Data Granularity, Information Flow Mechanism, Metadata, Classes of Data, Lifecycle of Data, Data Flow. Architecture of Data Warehouse, characteristics, Goals, Data Marts, Building Data Marts, Pushing and Pulling Data,
Unit II
Data Warehousing Schema, Dimensional Modeling, Star Schema, Snowflake Schema, Aggregate Tables, Fact Constellation Schema, Data Modeling, Dimensional Modeling: Dimension Table, Fact Tables, Fatless Fact Tables, Updates to Dimension Tables, other types of dimension table, Performance of Data Warehouse. ELT Process: Data Extraction, Data Transformation, Data Loading, Data Quality
Unit III
Data warehousing design Review, Developing data warehouse, Testing, Monitoring, Tuning, Feedback Loops. OLAP in Data warehouse: OLAP, ROLAP, HOLAP, Multidimensional Analysis, OLAP Functions, OLAP Application\s, OLAP Models, OLAP Considerations, Tools and Products, Data Design, Administration and Performance, OLAP Platforms
Unit IV
Building Data Warehouse: Problem Definition, Success Factors, Requirement Analysis, Planning, Design Stage, Building and Implementation of Data Marts, Building Data Warehousing, Backup and Recovery, quality Frameworks, Operating warehouse, Recipe for Successful Warehouse, Pitfalls, factor,

Text Books
1. Rema Thareja Data Warehousing Oxford University Press
2. Alex Berson, S. J. Smith, Data Warehousing, Data Mining & OLAP, TMH
3. George M Marakas, Modern Data Warehousing, Mining and Visualization, Pearson Education

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -V Paper V

VB Programming

Working with Visual Basic Window Components: Menu Bar, Tool Bar, Project Explorer Window, Form Layout Window, properties Window, Toolbox, Code Editor Window Working with Forms: Properties, Events, Methods Working with Basic Controls:Label, CommandButton, TextBox, OptionButton, Frame, CheckBox, ListBox, ComboBox, Image, Scroll, Picture, Timer, DriveListBox, DirListBox, FileListBox and Shape Controls. Basic Programming Fundamentals: Variables, Data types, Constant, Conversion Function. Scope of Variable: Public, Private Static. Operators: Logical, Arithmetic, Concatenation, Comparison. Decision Structure: If.. Then, If..Then..Else, Select Case.. End Case. Loop Structure: Do..While, While.. Wend, For.. Next, With..EndWith. DoEvents()
Arrays: Dynamic Array, Preserve and Control arrays. Procedure: General procedure, General Methods for Passing Arguments to a Procedure, Functions: User-Interaction, String, Math, Date, Conversion Functions. Modules: Form, Standard.
Menus: Creating, Adding Menu Items, Creating Shortcut, Adding Separators Bars, Submenus, Code for Menus. Creating Popup Menu: System, Custom. Database Handling: Database Concepts, Creating and Accessing Database, Using Data Control. Using DAO: Creating Search Programs, Numeric Search and Complex Search Programs.
Using ADO Data Control, Data Link, ODBC Data Source name, Using Connection String, Creating Navigating buttons. Working with Advanced Data Controls : DataList Control, DataCombo Control, DataGrid Control and Msflexgrid Control. Handling Errors : Run Time, Trapping and Handling Error, ERR Object. Data Environment and Data Reports.
Reference Books:
1. VISUAL BASIC – to Advance by Soma Dasgupta [BPB Publication]
2. Evangelos Petroutsos, Mastering Visual Basic 6.0 BPB Publication.
4. Visual Basic 6 Deitel & Deitel (Pearson Education)
5. Mastering VB 6.0 Black Book -Peter - Norton-Techmedia.

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -V Paper VI

Graph Theory

Unit 1 : Graphs and operations on graphs
Definition and elementary results, Types of graphs, Isomorphism, Matrix representation of graphs: Adjacency matrix and incidence matrix, Subgraphs and induced graphs, Complement of a graph, Self complementary graphs, Union, intersection of graphs, Ring sum of two graphs.
Unit 2 Connected Graphs
Definitions: walk, trail, tour, path and circuit, Definitions of connected, disconnected graphs, Dijkstra’s shortest path algorithm, Connectivity: cut-vertex, vertex connectivity.
Unit 3 : Tree Graphs
Tree : Definition, Theorem : A tree with n vertices has n -1 edges, Theorem : A connected graph G with n vertices and n – 1 edges is a tree, Theorem : A graph with n vertices is a tree if and only if it is circuit free and has n – 1 edges, Theorem : A graph G is a tree if and only if it is minimally connected, Center of a tree, Spanning tree: Definition and examples, Fundamental circuit and cut – set : Definition, Binary trees and elementary results, Kruskal’s algorithm.
Unit 4 : Directed Graphs
Definition, types of directed graphs, Directed (rooted) trees, arborescence and Polish notation, Isomorphism of digraphs, Connectedness in digraphs, Euler digraph, Network and flows: Definition, examples, Maximal flow algorithm.

Reference Books:
1. Elements of Discrete Mathematics by C.L. Liu
2. Discrete Mathematics by Olympia Nicodemi
3. Discrete Mathematical Structure for Computer Science by Alan Doer and K. Levasicur.
4. Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics by R.M. Grassl
5. Discrete Mathematics by Kenneth Rosen, Tata McGraw Hill
6. Graph Theory with Applications to Computer Science and Engineering by
7. Narsing Deo, Prentice Hall, India.
8. A First Step in Graph Theory by Raghunathan, Nimkar and Solapurrkar
9. Discrete mathematics by S.R.Patil and others, NIRALI Prakashan.
10. Discrete mathematics by Bhopatkar, Nimbkar, Joglekar, VISION
11. Publication.
12. Discrete mathematics by Naik and Patil, PHADAKE Prakashan.

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -VI  Paper I

Enterprise Resource Planning

Unit I
INTRODUCTION Business needs and ERP, ERP as an overview, entries as an overview, Benefits of ERP, ERP and related technologies, ERP architecture, business process reengineering, data warehousing, data mining, on line analytical processing supply choice management.
Unit II
ERP: Client server architecture and ERP, ERP implementation life cycle, implementation m~hodologies, ER? implementation – The hidden cost, organizing implementations, vendors, consultants and users, contracts with vendors, consultants and employees, project management and monitoring. After ERP implementation.
Unit III
THE BUSINESS MODULE : Business models in an ER? package, finance, manufacturing human resource, plant maintenance, materials management, quality management sales and distribution.
Unit IV
Selection of ERP, SWOT analysis of various ER? products supply chain enabled ERP. ER? and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) integration, ERP in manufacturing and non manufacturing industries.

1. ERP Demystifled by Aleris Leon (TMH Pub.)
2. Enterprise Resource Planning by Parag Diwan and Sunil Sharma (Pentageon Pren.)

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -VI  Paper II

Advance Java Programming

Unit I
Core Java: Introduction, Operators, Data types, Variables, Arrays, Control Statements, Methods & Classes, Inheritance, Package and Interface, Applets
Java swing: Creating a swing Applet and Application, Programming using Panes, Pluggable Look and feel, Labels, Text fields, Buttons, Toggle Buttons, Checkboxes, Radio Buttons, View Ports, Scroll Panes, Scroll Bars, List, Combo Box, Progress bars, Menus and Toolbars, Layered Panes, Tabbed Panes, Split Panes, Layouts, Windows, Dialog Boxes, Inner frame.
Unit II
JDBC: The connectivity Model, JDBC/ODBC Bridge, Java.sql package, connectivity to remote database, navigating through multiple rows retrieved from a database.
Unit III
Java Beans: Application Builder tools, The bean developer kit(BDK), JAR files, Introduction, Developing a simple bean, using bound properties, The java Beans API, Session Beans, Entity Beans, Introduction to Enterprise Java Beans(EJB), Introduction to RMI(Remote Method Invocation): A simple client-server application using RMI.
Unit IV
Java Servlets: Servlet basic, Servlet API basic, Life cycle of a Servlet, Running Servlet, Debugging Servlet, Thread-safe Servlet, HTTP Redirects, Cookies, Introduction to Java server pages(JSP).

1. Margaret Levine Young, “The Complete Reference Internet”, TMH.
2. Naughton, Schidt, “The Complete Reference JAVA2”, TMH.
3. Balagurusamy E., “Programming in Java”, TMH.
4. Dustin R. Callway, “Inside Servlets”, Addison Wesley.
5. Mark Wutica, “Java Enterprise Edition”, QUE.
6. Setven Holzner, “Java2 Black Book”, dreamtech.

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -VI  Paper III

Cloud Computing

Unit I
Introduction to Cloud Computing, The Evolution of Cloud Computing, Hardware Evolution, Internet Software Evolution, Server Virtualization, Web Services Deliver from the Cloud, Communication-asa-Service, Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Monitoring-as-aService, Platform-as-a-Service, Software-as-aService, Building Cloud Network
Unit II
Federation in the Cloud, Presence in the Cloud, Privacy and its Relation to Cloud-Based Information Systems, Security in the Cloud, Common Standards in the Cloud, End-User Access to the Cloud Computing
Unit III
Introduction, Advancing towards a Utility Model, Evolving IT infrastructure, Evolving Software Applications, Continuum of Utilities, Standards and Working Groups, Standards Bodies and Working Groups, Service Oriented Architecture, Business Process Execution Language, Interoperability Standards for Data Center Management, Utility Computing Technology, Virtualization, Hyper Threading, Blade Servers, Automated Provisioning, Policy Based Automation, Application Management, Evaluating Utility Management Technology, Virtual Test and development Environment, Data Center Challenges and Solutions, Automating the Data Center
Unit IV
Software Utility Application Architecture, Characteristics of an SaaS, Software Utility Applications,Cost Versus Value, Software Application Services Framework, Common Enablers, Conceptual view to Reality, Business Profits, - Implementing Database Systems for Multitenant Architecture

1. John W. Rittinghouse and james F. Ransome, “Cloud Computing Implementation, Management and Security”, 2010, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton London New York
2. Alfredo Mendoza, “Utility Computing Technologies, Standards, and Strategies”, Artech House INC,
3. 2007. [Unit -11I to Unit V]
4. Bunker and Darren Thomson, “Delivering Utility Computing”, 2006, John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
5. George Reese, “Cloud Application Architectures”, O’reilly Publications, 2009.

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -VI  Paper IV

Data Mining

Unit I
Data Mining: Introduction, Definitions, KDD Vs Data Mining, DBMA Vs Data Mining, Data Mining Problems, Data Models, OLAP, User Perspectives, Issues, Challenges, Trends, Application Areas and Applications
Frequent Pattern Mining: Basic Problem Definition, Association Rule, Mining Association Rule, Applications, Variations, Interestingness, Methods of Discovering Association Rule, Priori Algorithm, Frequent Itemset Mining (FIM) Algorithm, Comparison of FIM Algorithm, Optimal FIM Algorithm, Incremental Mining, Conciseness of Results, Sequential Rule
Unit II
Classification, Definition, Applications, Evaluations of Classifiers, Issues, Classification Techniques, Optimal Classification Algorithm, Regression
Decision Tree, Tree Construction Principal, Best Split, Speliting Indices, Splitting Criteria, Decision Tree Construction Algorithm
Unit III
Clustering, Definition, Applications, Measurement of Simplicity, Evaluation of Clustering Algorithm, Classification of Clustering Algorithm, Partition Method, Hierarchical Method, Density Base Method, Grid Base Method, Outlier Detection,
Unit IV
Partition Discovery, Relational Data, Transactional Data, Distributed Data, Spatial Data, Data Stream, Time Series Data, Text and Web Data, Multidimensional Data

1. Vikram Pudi, Data Mining Oxford University Press
2. Arun K Pujari Data Minig Technique, University Press (India) Private Limited
3. Alex Berson, S. J. Smith, Data Warehousing, Data Mining & OLAP, TMH

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -VI  Paper V

Animation Techniques

 Unit I
What is mean by Animation, Why we need Animation, of Animation, Uses of Animation, Types of Animation, Principles of Animation, Some Techniques of Animation, Animation on the WEB, 3D Animation, Special Effects, Creating Animation.
Unit II
Creating Animation in Flash: Introduction to Flash Animation, Introduction to Flash, Working with the Timeline and Frame-based Animation, Working with the Timeline and Tween-based Animation, Understanding Layers, Actionscript.
Unit III
3D Animation & its Concepts, Types of 3D Animation, Skeleton & Kinetic 3D Animation – Texturing & Lighting of 3D Animation, 3D Camera Tracking, Applications & Software of 3D Animation.
Unit IV
Motion Caption, Formats, Methods, Usages, Expression, Motion Capture software’s, Script Animation Usage – Different Language of Script Animation Among the Software.
Concept Development, Story Developing, Audio & Video, Color Model, Device Independent Color Model, Gamma and Gamma Correction, Production Budgets, 3D Animated Movies.

2. Ashok Banerji, Ananda Mohan Ghosh, Multimedia Technologies, McGraw Hill Publication

B. Sc. (IT) Final Semester -VI  Paper VI

Operation Research

Unit 1
Overview of operations Research: OR models, OR Techniques
Linear Programming : Introduction, Graphical solution; Graphical sensitivity analysis, The standard form of linear programming problems, Basic feasible solutions, unrestricted variables, simplex algorithm , artificial variables, Big M and two phase method, Degeneracy, alternative optima, unbounded solutions, infeasible solutions.
Unit 2
Dual problems: Relation between primal and dual problems – Dual simplex method
Transportation model: starting solutions. North West corner Rule, lowest cost method, Vogels approximation method – Transportation algorithms – Assignment problem – Hungarian Method.
Unit 3
Network Models: Definitions, CPM and PERT, Their Algorithms Integer Programming : Branch and Bound Algorithms cutting plan algorithm.
Dynamic Programming: Recursive nature of dynamic programming, Forward and Backward Recursion.
Unit 4
Assignment Problem – Zero-One Programming Model for Assignment Problem, Types of Assignment Problem, Hungarian Method, Branch and Bound Technique for Assignment Problem.

Text Books:

1. Operation Research by Kanti Swarup, P. K. Gupta, Man Mohan [Sultan]
2. Operation Research by R. Panneerselvam [PHI}
3. Introduction to Operation Research by Billy E. Gillet [TMH]
4. Operation Research by Hira Gupta
5. Operation Research Problems and Solutions by Sharma J. K. [MacMillan]
6. Operation Research Theory and Application by Sharma J. K., [MacMillan]


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