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MCM 3rd Semester Syllabus and Classes Nagpur University 

Atlanta Computer Institute Nagpur conducts Tuition Classes for MCM Third Semester  for all universities in India . The Following syllabus is of Nagpur University.  Final Year Projects Training is also given to  MCM  Students.
MCM Master of  Computer Management 3nd Sem

MCM Part-II

Semester 3

Paper-I :

Quantitative Techniques and Operation Research

Unit – I 

Quantitative techniques – need, importance, limitations, management decisions and quantitative techniques; Measures of central tendency (Mean, mode, median) measures of dispersion (range, mean deviation, standard deviation and coefficient of variation)  
Unit – II 
Decision Theory: certainty, uncertainty, risk, EMV criteria, Decision tree: concept and application. Forecasting techniques: Need, importance, methods-Moving averages, correlation and – simple correlation and rank correlation and regression analysis – regression line and Time series analysis.  
Unit – III 
Linear Programming: Introduction, requirement, applications, formulation, solution by graphical method only. Allocation Models: Transportation and Assignment problems  
Unit – IV 
Project Management introduction, network analysis, PERT/CPM calculation-foals and slacks, time-cost trade off & crashing, Resource leveling and smoothing – concept and methodology.  Inventory Control: concept, selective inventory densification, cost elements, inventory process and graphical representation, EOQ model; Simulation: concept, process, use of random number, Use of readymade packages like   BOOK RECOMMENDED : 
    1. OPERATION RESEARCH PROBLEMS & SOLUTIONS BY J. K. SHARMA (MACMILAN) 
    2. STATISTICS FOR MANAGEMENT BY LEVIN & RUBIN (PHI)  
    3. OPERATION RESEARCH BY V.K. KAPOOR 
    4. THEORY & PROBLEMS IN QUANTITATIVE TECH. IN MANAGEMENT BY N. D. VOHRA (TMH) 
    5. OPERATIONS RESEARCH BY CHAWLA, GUPTA AND SHARMA 
    6. BUSINESS STATITICS BY CHANDAN, SINGH & KHANNA (VIKAS PUBLICATION) 
    7. STATISTICAL METHODS BY S.P. GUPTA 

 
Paper-II :

Core Java

Unit – I  Introduction :  Java and JVM , Java Architecture and its components , Features of Java ,  Application  of Java  programming , Java program structure & Complication , Java tokens  : Character set , Keywords , Variables , Literals , White Spaces , Separators , Constants , Identifiers , Keywords , Comments , Data types , Operators and Expressions , Type Casting Decision making statements  -Branching and Looping statements ,  Introduction of classes , objects and  methods -  Defining class , Adding variables , Adding methods, Creating  objects , Constructors THIS key word, Garbage collection , finalize() method , accessing class members , vectors and wrapper classes , inheritance , final variables and methods , final classes , finalizer methods , abstract methods and classes , visibility control – public access , friendly access , protected access, private protected access , String class , Command-Line arguments    

Unit – II  Arrays : One dimensional   & two dimensional  array , Creation , Declaration , Initialization , Length , Variable size arrays ,  String arrays , String Methods , String buffer class &  Vectors  Interfaces and Packages : Introduction , Defining interfaces , Extending interfaces , Implementing interfaces , Accessing interface variables , Java API packages  , Using system packages , Naming conventions , Creating packages , Accessing packages , Using a package , Adding a class to a package , Hiding classes  

Unit – III  Multithreaded Programming : Introduction , Creating threads , Run() method , New thread , Thread class , Extending the thread class , Stopping and Blocking a thread , Life cycle of a thread- newborn , runnable , running , blocked , dead , waiting sleeping , suspended , blocked , Using thread methods , Thread exceptions , Thread priority , Synchronization , Implementing the ‗Runnable ‗ interface Exception handling : Types of Errors , Exceptions , Syntax of Exception handling code , Multi catch statements , Uncaught Exceptions ,Nested try statements , throw , throws , finally , Java‘s built-in Exceptions , Crating your own exception subclasses ,  Exceptions for debugging  

Unit – IV Applet : Introduction , How applet differ form application , Applet life cycle , Creating an  Applet , Applet tag , Adding applet to HTML file , Running the applet , Passing parameters to applet , Use of java.awt graphics class and its various methods in applet Control loops in applets  Graphics : Graphics programming - Drawing and filling ( lines ,rectangles , circles , ellipses , arcs, polygons , bar charts ) ,  Creating font objects  Streams : Concept of Streams , Difference between Character streams and Byte streams , Stream classes ,  Input / Output files – creation , reading and writing files        BOOKS RECOMMENDED  
    1. PROGRAMMING WITH JAVA BY E BALAGURUSAMY 
    2. JAVA DEVELOPERS , EVANS , VERBURG , DREAMTECH PRESS 
    3. JAVA PROGRAMMING ADVANCED TOPICS , JOE WIGGLESWORTH AND PAULA LUMBY , COURSE TECHNOLOGY ( THOMSON LEARNING ) 
    4. JAVA 2 – THE COMPLETE REFERENCE 3/E , PATRICK NAUGHTON AND HERBERT SCHILDT TMH 

  
Paper-III :

DBMS and Oracle

UNIT – I: 

Database environment, Data processing, Traditional and DBMS environment, Database system, Introduction to DBMS, Database Approach -  Objectives, benefits, characteristics, Advantages of DBMS, data abstraction, data models, logical model physical models, E-R  relationship model, relational model, network model, hierarchical model, DBMS Languages,  Database Administrator.  Relational data base management system (RDBMS) Structure of relational database, relational algebra tuple relational calculus, domain relational calculus.  Relational database design : normalization using functional dependencies.  Relational commercial languages : SQL, query by example, QUEL  

UNIT – II: ORACLE Introduction to Oracle as RDBMS, Oracle as a multi-user system, logging in and logging out of Oracle, database administrator (DBA) and its role, creation of user and passwords. SQL ; STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE History and Standardization of SQL, benefits of SQL, elements of SQL, languages : Database objects, reserve words, key words, literals, variables, data type : number, date, long, raw and long raw, var, varchar data types. 
COMMANDS TO BE COVERED 
    1. Create table, drop table, modify, alter table 
    2. Data manipulating commands -  Insert, update, delete, select 
    3. Aggregate function - Max, min, sum, avg, count 
    4. Other clauses - Group by, order by, having union, intersect, minus 
    5. Predicates -  Comparison like, Between-null, in, Exists 

 UNIT – III : 
    1. subqueries 
    2. views 
    3. joins 
    4. simple reports commands 
    5. PI/Sql programming : introduction to pl/sql, variable, initializing variables dynamics data types, control and loop statements, loops and labels, PL/SQL cursors. 

 UNIT – IV:  EXCEPTIONS MANAGEMENT User defined, predefined exceptions; subprograms and packages- procedures, functions, package specification, body, calling sub programs, advantages of packages, cursers in packages. 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  
BOOKS RECOMMENDED 
    1. DBMS: BY KORTH AND SUDARSHAN 
    2. DBMS : BY DESAI 
    3. DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM BY R. PANNEERSELVAM (PHI) 
    4. ORACLE : I.T. TODAY (ENCYCLOPEDIA) 
    5. ORACLE : ORACLE PRESS 
    6. ORACLE PL/SQL : PL/SQL IN 21 DAYS (TECHMEDIA) SAMS  

 
Paper-IV :

Research Methodology & Software Product & Project Management  

Unit-I : Basic research methodology: Objectives and Motivation in Research - Types of Research - Approaches and Significance of Research - Research Methodology versus Research Methods; Finding a Research Advisor/Guide, What to Look for in a Potential Research Advisor/Guide, How to Find an Advisor/Guide, The Advisor-Advisee Relationship;  

Unit-II: Research Process: Finding a Topic and Beginning Research, Getting Research Ideas, Getting Exposed to Research, Directed Study; Formulating the Research Problem: Develop the Nucleus of an Idea, Extensive Literature Survey:A Trap to Avoid, Choosing an Idea, Stay Active - Measure of Good Research - Common Problems for Researchers  

Unit-III: Research Design: Overview of the Theory of Science and history of scientific research - Overview of Research Methodology for Engineering Research - Science versus Engineering - Distinct perspectives of goals Research methodology: Formulating the Research Problem-Research Design - Evolution of Computing Research  

Unit-IV: The Software Process :  Client, Developer, and User- Requirements Phase: Specification Phase - Design Phase- Implementation phase- Integration phase - Maintenance Phase- Retirement - Problems with Software Production - Essence and Accidents - Improving the Software Process - Capability Maturity Models - Other Software Process Improvement Initiatives - Costs and Benefits of Software Process Improvement.  Software Life Cycle Models: Build and Fix Model - Water Fall Model - Rapid Prototyping Model - Increment Model - Extreme Programming - Synchronize - and -Stabilize Models - Spiral Model - Object Oriented Life Cycle Model - Comparison of life cycle model.  Books Recommended: 
    1. Research Methodology – Dr. C. R. Kothari – New Age International (P Ltd) Publishers. 
    2. Research Methodology – Dr. J. Y. Khan – A. T. H. Publishing Corporation 
    3. Research Methodology – Dr. Prasant Sarangi (Taxmann‘s) 
    4. Researching Information Systems and Computing – Briony J Oates (SAGE Publications) 
    5. Elias M Awad – System Analysis and Design –Galgotia Publications 
    6. V. K. Khanna - System Analysis and Design –Khanna Book Publications Delhi 
    7. Software Engineering Practionor‘s Apprach – Rogger S Pressman - McGraw-Hill 

  Practicals : Practical-I : Core JAVA Practical-II : Oracle  

New MCM Syllabus Semester Pattern  From 2012-13

1.  Fundamental of Information Technology 

2.  Programming in C 

3.  Introduction to Operating Systems 

4.  Computerized Accounting ( Tally ) 

Practical

1. Practical-I : Programming in C & Operating Systems

2. Practical-II : Tally & MS-Office 

MCM Semester 2

Theory

1.  Management Information Systems and Software Engineering

2.  Visual Basic Programming 

3.  Principles & Techniques of Management 

4.  E-Commerce and Web Designing 

Practical

1. Practical-I : Visual Basic 

2. Practical-II : HTML, JavaScript 

MCM Part-II

MCM Semester 3

 (A) Theory

1.  Quantitative Techniques & OR 

2.  Core Java 

3.  DBMS and Oracle 

4.  Research Methodology & Software Product & Project Management

 (B) Practical

1. Practical-I : Core Java 

2. Practical-II : Oracle 

MCM Semester 4

 (A) Theory

1.  Information Security & Cyber Laws 

2.  PHP & My-SQL 

3. Electives : (i) Advanced Java

                       (ii) OOPS & C++

                      (iii)  ASP.Net

 (B) Practical

1. Practical-I : PHP & My-SQL 

2. Practical-II : Elective 

(C) Project

1. PROJECT 

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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