MCM Part-I Semester 2
Management Information Systems and Software Engineering
UNIT – I : Systems Concepts - Systems approach, characteristics, Types of Systems; Elements – input, Output, environment, Boundary Interface, Feedback & Control; Systems Life Cycle; MIS, TPS, OAS DSS. KWS, Value of information, information life cycle, data Vs information, Components of MIS, characteristics of MIS.
UNIT – II : System Analysis : System development life cycle, Information Gathering(Sources, Methods, interviews, questionnaires, observation, document analysis etc.) ,Feasibility study, Analysis(PARTS model,), Design, Implementation, Planning and control for system success. Tools of structure analysis (Data flow diagram, data dictionary, decision tree, decision table, CASE tools)
UNIT – III : System Design – interpreting the information:Modeling the required system, E-R diagrams, ELHs, ECDs, user view of processing, modeling input output data. Input and Output design, form design, process design, Database design: Objective of data base, logical and physical views of data ,The role of data base administrator, Hardware and Software selection System testing and Implementation : System testing, quality assurance goal s in the system life cycle, Role of data processing auditor. Implementation and software maintenance: methods of change over, transition and conversion change. Security, Disaster / Recovery, and Ethics in System Development System security, control measures, disaster recovery, system development :ethics codes and standards of behaviour.
UNIT – IV : INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING Introduction; Definitions; Size Factors: Total Efforts Devoted to Software, Distribution of Effort, Project Size Categories, Quality and Productivity Factors, Managerial Issues PLANNING A SOFTWARE PROJECT Introduction; Defining the problem - Goals and Requirement; Developing a Solution Strategy; Planning the development Process; Different Approaches to Software Development Waterfall Model , Spiral Model, Prototyping, RAD, Object Oriented, 4GL Introduction to Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE) tools, Concept of Reverse Engineering. BOOK RECOMMENDED :
1. SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN BY E. AWAD (GALGOTIA)
2. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS BY S. SADAGOPAN (PHI)
3. MANAGING WITH INFORMATION 4th EDITION BY KANTER (PHI)
4. SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN BY EDWARD (TMH)
5. Computer Based Information System - Dr. Sushila Madan (Taxmann‘s)
6. SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN BY DON YEATS (MCMILLAN)
7. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM : GOYAL
8. MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM : JAWADEKAR (TMH)
9. Software Engineering Practitioner's Approach by Roger Pressman
10. MIS AND SYSTEM ANALYSIS By Dr. S.B. Kishor (Dasganu)
Visual Basic Programming
Unit –I Introduction to Visual Basic, Event driven programming, Programming constructs - Variables, Types of Variables, Data Types, Scope of Variables, Constants, system defined functions, Operators (Precedence and Associatively), Creating User Interface, VB Controls (Label, Text box, Command button, Frame, Check box, Option button, List box, Combo box, Timer, Drive list box, Directory list box, File list box, Horizontal and vertical scroll bars, Image, Picture box, Shape, Line, Data, OLE container), Microsoft windows common controls (Tab Strip, Tool bar, Status Bar, Progress Bar, Tree View, List View, Image List, Slider, Date Picker, Month View), adding controls to a form, adding controls at run time,
Unit –II Working with Procedure, Function and Modules (Form, Class, Standard Modules) Scope of Procedures, Calling Procedures, Calling Functions, Passing Arguments, Control Structures : If-Then, If-Then-Else, Select Case, Loops Structures : Do-While, While -Wend, For-Next, For-Each, With-End With. Arrays : Declaring an Array, Types of Array (Fixed arrays, Single-dimensional arrays, Multidimensional arrays, Dynamic arrays), Control Array. Menus : Creating Menus, Adding Menu Items, Adding Code for the Menus, Modifying menus at run time, Creating Pop-Up Menus.
Unit – III Database Programming in Visual Basic Use of data control, creating database using Visual data manager, validating data, data bound controls. Comparative study of Data Access Techniques : DAO, RDO, ADO, ODBC Data access object : DAO Architecture , Database connectivity through data access object. Types of recordset , setting properties and record editing & updating , searching records.
UNIT IV : Active X data object ADO architecture, setting data source through Active X Data objects. Use of ADO control , connecting ADODC to bound controls. Use of different data bound Controls. Editing , Updating & searching through ADO. Data Reports, Data Environment designer adding connection & commands Data report controls creating & printing reports. Error handling : Types of errors, Debugging , tools for debugging, break mode,break points, watch window, immediate window. Handling runtime errors. BOOKS RECOMMENDED :
1. PAUL SHERIFF TEACHES VB-6 BY SHERIFF (PHI)
2. VISUAL BASIC: PETER WRITES
3. LEARN VB 6 BY HALVARSON ( MICROSOFT/PHI)
4. VB PROGRAMMING FOR A ABSOLUTE BEGINNER – MICHAEL VINE (PHI)
5. VISUAL BASIC: SUPPER BIBLE TECH MEDIA
6. VISUAL BASIC: STEPHEN SOLOSKY (PHI)
7. COMPLETE REFERENCE VISUAL BASIC – TATA MCGROW HILL
8. FRONT END DEVELOPMENT USING VISUAL BASIC BY DR. S.B.KISHOR(DASGANU)
Principles and Techniques of Management
Unit –I MANAGEMENT:- Concept, , science or art, levels and decisions made. Planning concept, nature, steps, and characteristics of good plan. Decision Making : concept types of decision, steps, importance, process. ORGANIZATION :- Concept, importance, types of organization, departmentation, authority and responsibility, delegation, span of control, centralization vs. decentralization. Control: Meaning, Need, types, process, steps in establishing control system.
UNIT – II: MARKETING MANAGEMENT: Meaning, Nature, Scope of marketing process, 7Ps of marketing; Segmentation – Concept, need and methods. Marketing Research – Meaning Scope, methodology, Marketing Plan –Formulation, strategic marketing process – GE, BCG, SBU etc. models
UNIT – III: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: Nature, concept, significance of human factor, human resource planning – recruitment and selection, Job evaluation: concept objectives, importance, procedures; Merit rating and performance appraisal: Need, methods; Record keeping: Service records, attendance, absenteeism; HRA.
UNIT – IV: BUSINESS COMMUNICATION: Process, Objectives, Significance, Types, Barriers to effective communication, Listening and interpersonal skills. Coordination : Concept importance, need, principles, methods of effective coordination. Negotiations: Bargaining, Compromise, Lose- lose and win-win orientation, elements of negotiation. Making presentations, writing letter. Report Writing: Elements of report, framework, structure of report, types; Steps in writing report. BOOK RECOMMENDED:
1. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT BY V.P. MICHEL
2. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION BY CHANDRA BOSE (PHI)
3. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT BY TRIPATHY REDDY
4. DEVELOPING OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS – MOHAN (MCMILLAN)
5. MARKETING MANAGEMENT BY PHILIP KOTLAR
6. PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT BY C.B. MEMORIA.
7. BUSINESS COMMUNICATION BY ASHA KAUL (PHI)
8. PRINCIPLES OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT BY DR.PRATIBHA SIRIYA (SAI JYOTI PUBLICATION)
E-Commerce and Web Designing
Unit-I Introduction, Definition, Benefits of E-Commerce, Impact of E-Commerce on business models, Traditional Commerce Vs E-Commerce, Advantages and Disadvantages of E-Commerce, Electronic Commerce and the Trade Cycle.Electronic Market : Usage, Advantages and Disadvantages and its future. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) : Introduction, Benefits, Trade Cycle and Example.Internet Commerce : Introduction, Internet Trade Cycle and example, 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.
UNIT – II HTML Introduction to HTML, creating HTML documents, Creating web pages with HTML Tags : HTML, Head, Title, Body H1, H2, H3, H4, Paragraph tags, Alignment, Formatting, Font size, attributes, list, Character formatting : Logical verses physical style, logical and physical style. Changing the colors of the fonts. Multiple tags. Linking :Relative pathnames verses absolute pathnames, URLs, Link to specific sections, Links between sections of different documents, Links to specific sections within the current document,Mailto.
UNIT – III Inline Images : Image size attributes, inline images, alternate text images, Images a Hyperlink, Image map navigation Frames and Tables : Table row and columns, creating simple tables, Spanning row and columns with HTML tables, spanning rows and columns. Table alignment properties. Embedding Multimedia : Introduction, Embedding Multimedia, Inserting sound/audio formats, video file formats. Form designs, Form Controls, Text controls, password fields, radio buttons, checkboxes, reset and submit buttons, form control selection, option processing and textarea. Connectivity with Oracle or Access.
1. Electronic Commerce by Greenstein and Feinman (TMH)
2. E-Commerce by Bhushan Dean – S. Chand
3. Web Publishing by Monic D‘souza and J D‘souza
4. Complete HTML by BPB
5. HTML – 4 Unleashed (SAMS)
6. Dynamic HTML by O‘RELLY (SPD)
7. Java Script Programming for the absolute beginner by Harris (PHI)
8. Java Scripts unleashed (SAMS)
New MCM Syllabus Semester Pattern From 2012-13
1. Practical-I : Programming in C & Operating Systems
2. Practical-II : Tally & MS-Office
1. Practical-I : Visual Basic
1. Practical-I : Core Java
2. Practical-II : Oracle
1. Practical-I : PHP & My-SQL
2. Practical-II : Elective
Master of Computer Management (MCM)
QUESTION PAPER PATTERN
Total Marks : 80
N.B.) a) Any Five questions should be attempted out of Eight questions.
b) All Questions carry equal marks. (Sixteen marks each)
Q. 1 : Unit – I
Q. 2 : Unit – I
Q. 3 : Unit – II
Q. 4 : Unit – II
Q. 5 : Unit – III
Q. 6 : Unit – III
Q. 7 : Unit – IV
Q. 8 : Unit – IV
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