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MSBTE Syllabus 6th Semester Information Technology IT Course and Classes in Nagpur for Polytechnic Diploma

Atlanta Computer Institute Nagpur conducts Tuition Classes for IT Information Technology  sixth semester for all polytechnic institutes in India . The Following syllabus is of MSBTE Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education.  Final Year Projects Training is also given to IT Information Technology Students of poly diploma students
 
 
Information Technology Syllabus Polytechnic MSBTE Sixth Semester E Scheme

Syllabus for Sixth Semester Information Technology Syllabus of Polytechnic MSBTE 

 

COURSE NAME : DIPLOMA IN INFORMATION  TECHNOLOGY 

COURSE CODE : IF  DURATION OF COURSE : 6 SEMESTERS                       YEAR / SEMESTER : SIXTH           DURATION : 16 WEEKS   PATTERN : FULL TIME - SEMESTER       SCHEME : E 

 

1 Management 
2  Advanced Java Programming  
3 Data Communication and Networking 
4 Entrepreneurship Development  
5 Industrial Projects   
6. Professional Practices-VI 
7.  Elective – II (Any One)
         Object Oriented Modelling and Design
         Advanced Web Technology

 
 
 

Management 

Overview of Business                     

1.1. Types of Business • Service• Manufacturing • Trade 

1.2. Industrial sectors • Introduction to • Engineering Industry • Process Industry• Textile Industry • Chemical Industry • Agro Industry

1.3  Globalization • Introduction• Advantages & disadvantages w.r.t India 

1.4 Intellectual Property Rights I( I P R ) • Concept • Types of IP

Management Process   

 2.1 What is Management?• Evolution • Various Definitions • concept of  Management • Levels of Management • Administration and Management • Scientific Management by F W Taylor 

2.2  Principles of Management (14 principles of Henry Fayol) 

2.3  Functions of Management:  • Planning • Organizing • Coordinating • Directing • Controlling • Decision Making 

03 Organizational Management  

3.1 Organization  • Definition • Steps in forming organization  

3.2 Types of Organization  • Line • Line & Staff • Functional • Project type 

3.3  Departmentation  • Centralized & Decentralized • Authority & Responsibility • Span of Control (Management) 

3.4  Forms of ownerships  • Proprietorship • Partnership • Joint stock company  • Co-operative society  • Govt. Sector  

04 Human Resource Management  

4.1 Personnel Management  • Introduction • Definition • Function 

4.2  Staffing  • Introduction to HR • Introduction to HR Planning  • Recruitment procedure 

4.3  Personnel – Training & Development  • Types of training  - Induction   - Skill enhancement 

4.4 Leadership & Motivation • Leadership- Styles & types • Motivation –Definition , Intrinsic & Extrinsic  

• Moslow’s theory of Motivation and its significance 

4.5 Safety Management  • Causes of Accidents • Safety Procedures 

4.6 Introduction, Objectives & feature of Industrial Legislation such as • Factory Act •ESI Act, •Workman Compensation Act, •Industrial Dispute Act. 

05  Financial Management (No Numericals ) 

5.1. Financial Management- Objectives & Functions  

5.2. Capital Generation & Management  • Types of capitals • Sources of finance 

5.3. Budgets and Accounts   • Types of Budgets  • Production Budget ( including Varience Report) 

• Labour Budget • Introduction to Profit & Loss Account ( Only concept) • Balance sheet etc. 

5.4. Introduction to Various Taxes • Excise Service Tax, • Income Tax • VAT • Custom Duty. 

06 Materials Management   

6.1. Inventory Management  ( No Numericals) • Meaning & Objectives                 

6.2 ABC Analysis  

6.3 Economic Order Quantity: • Introduction & Graphical Representation 

6.4  Purchase Procedure • Objectives of Purchasing • Functions of Purchasing Department • Steps in Purchasing 

6.5   Modern Techniques of Material Management  • Introductory treatment to Just inTime( JIT)/ System 

Applications & Products (SAP) /Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)                

07 Project Management   (Simple /Elementary Numericals )           

7.1 Project Management • Introduction & Meaning • Introduction to CPM/PERT Techniques ( simple 

network problems ) • Concept of Break Even Analysis and its significance 

7.2 Quality Management • Definition of Quality, Concept of Quality, Quality Circle, Quality Assurance 

• Introduction to TQM, Kaizen, 5 ‘S’ & Six Sigma

 

Advanced Java Programming 

 
Introduction the Abstract Window Toolkit: (AWT) 
1.1    Working with Windows and AWT 
AWT classes 
Windows Fundamentals 
Working with frame windows 
Creating a frame window in applet 
Creating windowed program 
Display   information within with in a window 
1.2    Working with graphics 
Working with color 
Setting the paint mode 
Working with Fonts 
Managing text output using Font Metrics 
Exploring text & graphics 
1.3    Using AWT Controls, Layout Managers and Menus 
         Control Fundamentals 
Labels 
Using Buttons 
Applying Check Boxes 
Checkbox Group 
Choice Controls 
Using Lists 
Managing scroll Bars 
Using a Text Field 
Using a Text Area 
Understanding Layout Managers 
Menu Bars and Menu 
Dialog Boxes 
File Dialog 
Handling events by Extending AWT Components 
Exploring the Controls, Menus, and Layout Managers 
Networking: 
2.1    Basics  
Socket overview, client/server, reserved sockets, proxy 
servers, internet addressing. 
2.2    Java & the Net 
The networking classes & interfaces 
2.3    Inet address 
Factory methods, instance method 
2.4    What is URL 
Format 
2.5    URL connection 
2.6    Creating TCP Client, Creating TCP Server, Reading and 
Writing from TCP Sockets, Accepting and processing  
         request from TCP Client 
2.7    Data grams 
Data gram packets, Data gram server & client  
Java Data Base Client/ Server 
3.1    Java as a Database front end 
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Database client/server methodology 
Two-Tier Database Design 
Three-Tier Database Design 
3.2    The JDBC API – Connection, DatabaseMetaData,  
         PreparedStatement, ResultSet, ResultSetMetaData,  
          Statement 
The API Components,  Limitations Using 
JDBC(Applications vs. Applets),  Security 
Considerations, A JDBC Database Example 
JDBC Drivers ,JDBC-ODBC Bridge 
Current JDBC Drivers 
04 
The Tour of Swing 
4.1    J applet, Icons and Labels ,Text Fields, Buttons 
Combo Boxes, Tabbed Panes, Scroll Panes.  
4.2    Trees, Tables, Exploring the Swings. 
05 Servlets 
5.1    Background, The Life Cycle Of a Servlet,The Java  
         Servlet Development Kit, The Simple Servlet, Using  
         Tomcat for Servlet development, The Servlet API 
 5.2    The Javax Servlet Package, Reading Servlet  
          Parameters Reading Initialization Parameters 
The Javax. Servlet. http package, Handling HTTP 
Requests and responses 
5.3    Using Cookies, Session Tracking, Security Issues 
 

Data Communication and Networking 

 
Concept of Data Communication & Networking  
1.1 Data Communication – Protocols; Standards; Standards 
Organizations;  
1.2 Signal Propagation - Analog & Digital Signals; Bandwidth of 
signal & a medium; Data transmission rate and the bandwidth. 
02 WAN  
2.1 Switching Basics - Circuit Switching; Packet Switching -  
Datagram approach, Virtual circuit approach; Message 
Switching  
2.2 Frame Relay - Introduction; The need for Frame Relay;                
How Frame Relay works; Frame Relay frame format  
2.3 Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) – Introduction,    
Overview of ATM, Packet Size, ATM Cells, Switching, ATM 
layers,  
03 Fiber Optic Communication 
3.1 Light Propagation -  Basic Concepts, Reflection & Refraction, 
light into the cable;  
3.2 Fiber Cables – Construction, Preposition effect, Fiber optic 
cable modes, Refractive indexes in fiber cores; 
3.3 Light Sources – Light connecting diodes, lasers; 
3.4 Optical detections 
3.5 Fiber Cable Losses -  Connector and cable misalignment, 
Effects of bands in the cable, Absorption losses & scattering   
04 Transmission Errors-Detection & Correction  
4.1 Error classification – Delay distortion, Attenuation, Noise; 
Types of Errors; 
4.2 Error detection -Vertical redundancy check; longitudinal 
redundancy check; Cyclic redundancy check;  
4.3 Error Correction- Methods of error correction, BEC, FEC  
4.4 Recovery from errors – Stop & Wait, Go-back-in, Sliding 
Windows  
05 Distributed Application  
5.1 Application -   Simple Network Management Protocol 
(SNMP); Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP); 
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME); Hyper Text 
Transfer Protocol (HTTP); File Transfer Protocol (FTP), 
Uniform Resource Locator (URL)  
06 Wireless LAN 
6.1 IEEE 802.11 -  Architecture- BSS, ESS; Physical layer – 
FHSS, DSSS, OFDM; MAC layer – DCF, PCF 
6.2 Bluetooth – Architecture; Bluetooth layers – Media layer, base 
band layer, physical links, L2 CAP.
 

 Entrepreneurship Development  

 
Entrepreneurship, Creativity & Opportunities 
1.1)   Concept, Classification & Characteristics of Entrepreneur 
1.2)  Creativity and Risk taking. 
1.2.1) Concept of Creativity & Qualities of Creative person. 
1.2.2) Risk Situation, Types of risk & risk takers. 
1.3) Business Reforms. 
    1.3.1)  Process of Liberalization. 
    1.3.2)  Reform Policies. 
    1.3.3)  Impact of Liberalization. 
    1.3.4)  Emerging high growth areas. 
1.4) Business Idea Methods and techniques to generate business idea. 
1.5)  Transforming Ideas in to opportunities transformation involves 
Assessment of idea &Feasibility of opportunity SWOT Analysis 
02 Information And Support Systems
2.1) Information Needed and Their Sources. 
       Information related to project, Information related to support system, 
       Information related to procedures and formalities 
2.2) SUPPORT SYSTEMS 
     1) Small Scale Business Planning, Requirements. 
     2) Govt. & Institutional Agencies, Formalities 
      3) Statutory Requirements and Agencies.  
03 Market Assessment 
3.1) Marketing -Concept and Importance 
3.2) Market Identification, Survey Key components 
3.3) Market Assessment  
04 Business Finance & Accounts 
Business Finance  
4.1) Cost of Project 
1) Sources of Finance 
2) Assessment of working capital 
3) Product costing 
4) Profitability 
5) Break Even Analysis 
6) Financial Ratios and Significance 
Business Account
4.2) Accounting Principles, Methodology 
1) Book Keeping 
2) Financial Statements 
3) Concept of Audit  
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05 Business Plan & Project Report
5.1) Business plan steps involved from concept to commissioning:      
               Activity Recourses, Time, Cost 
5.2) Project Report
       1) Meaning and Importance 
       2) Components of project report/profile (Give list) 
5.3) Project Appraisal
      1) Meaning and definition 
      2) Technical, Economic feasibility 
      3) Cost benefit Analysis 
06 Enterprise Management And Modern Trends 
6.1 Enterprise Management:  
    a.  Essential roles of Entrepreneur in managing enterprise 
b. Product Cycle: Concept and importance 
c. Probable Causes Of Sickness
d. Quality Assurance
    Importance of Quality, Importance of testing 
6.2) E-Commerce
    Concept and process 
6.3) Global Entrepreneur
 
 

Industrial Projects 

 
(1) Develop Application Software for Hospital/Shopping Mall/Cinema 
Theater/Commercial Complex/Educational Institute/Industrial Complex. 
(2) Develop Inhouse Systems. 
(3) Case Studies Related to Industries – Operation / Maintenance / Repair and 
Fault Finding. (Refer Guideline Document). 
(4) Develop Information Processing System. 
(5) Develop Web Based Applications using Web Technologies. 
(6) Develop Network monitoring system. 
(7) Develop systems for financial organisation. 
(8) Develop System Program based system like compilers, editors, spreadsheets, 
mini database systems. 
II 
Hardware 
Oriented 
Projects 
(1) Develop Intrusion Detection System. 
(2) Develop Speech Recognition System. 
(3) Develop Image Processing Systems. 
(4) Develop Expert Systems. 
(5) Develop Artificial Intelligence based Systems. 
(6) Develop various types of Interfacing Applications. 
(7) Develop device Controllers. 
Seminar 
Seminar on any relevant latest technical topic based on latest research, recent 
trends, new methods and developments in the field of Computer Engineering / 
Information Technology.
 
 

 Professional Practices-VI 

 
Industrial Visits  
Structured industrial visits be arranged and report of the same should be 
submitted by the individual student, to form part of the term work.    
1. Visit a industry  
2. Collect organization chart 
3. Roles and responsibilities of each post. 
4. No. of resources available in industry etc 
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Lectures by Professional / Industrial Expert be organized from any of 
the following areas: 
1. Meditation. Yoga to improve concentration 
2. Robotics 
3. Any latest tool useful for software development 
4. Mobile computing 
5. Data Mining 
6. SAP 
7. Neural network 
8. Software project Management 
9. Wi-fi Technology 
10. Any other suitable topic 
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03 
Information Search :  
1. Buying of a new computer (cost, make, model etc.).  
2. Comparison of .different computer architectures 
3. Software security 
4. Video conferencing 
5. XML 
6. Any other suitable topic 
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Group Discussion :  
The students should discuss in group of six to eight students and write a brief 
report on the same as a part of term work. The topic group discussions may 
be selected by the faculty members.  Some of the suggested topics are  
1) Hacking 
2) Computer virus 
3) Chatting on Net 
4) Working BPO 
5) Software  piracy  
6) Computer gaming 
7) Any other suitable topic 
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Student  Activities  : 
The students in a group of 3 to 4 will perform any one of the following 
activities (other similar activities to be considered), and write a report as part 
of term work.  
Activity :  
i) Collect information from Computer repairing center (at which level 
repairing is done, cost). 
Collect information regarding latest requirement for a job from any industry
 
 

  Object Oriented Modelling and Design Elective – II 

Importance of Modeling 
1.1 Brief overview of Object Modeling Technology (OMT) by 
Ram Baugh, Booch Methodology, Use Case driven 
approach (OOSE) by Jacobson, Overview of CRC card 
method by Cunningham. 
1.2 Importance of Modeling, Four principles of Modeling 
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Object Modeling 
2.1 Objects and Classes (Object Diagrams, Attributes, 
Operations and Methods), Links, Associations and 
Advanced Concepts (General Concepts, Multiplicity, Link 
Attributes, Association as a Class, Roll names, Ordering, 
Qualification, Aggregation). 
2.2 Generalizations and Inheritance, Grouping Constructs. 
2.3 Aggregation verses Association And Generalization, 
Recursive Aggregates, and Propagation of Operations. 
2.4 Abstract Classes, Multiple Inheritance, Metadata, Candidate 
Keys, Constraints 
2.5 Introduction to Dynamic and Functional Modeling. 
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Overview of UML 
3.1 Overview of UML, Scope of UML, Conceptual model of 
UML, Architectural – Metamodel, Unified Software 
Development Lifecycle. 
3.2 Introduction to UML Diagram 
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UML – Structural Modeling and Use Cases 
4.1 Class Diagram and Advanced Class Diagrams: - Advanced 
Classes and Relationships, Interfaces, Types and Roles, 
Packages, Instances. Object Diagram. 
4.2 Use case diagram: Terms and Concepts, Modeling 
techniques.
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UML Behavioral Modeling 
5.1 Interaction diagram-Sequence and collaboration diagram: 
Terms and Concepts, Modeling techniques. 
5.2 State chart diagram: Terms and Concepts, Modeling 
techniques. 
5.3 Activity diagram: Terms and Concepts, Modeling 
techniques. 
5.4 Component Diagrams: Terms and Concepts, Common 
modeling techniques. 
Deployment Diagrams: Terms and Concepts, Common 
modeling techniques 
 

Advanced Web Technology(  Elective II )

 
Introduction 
1.1 Why dot Net 
  -  Introduction to Microsoft .Net Framework. 
  -  Building blocks in .Net 
  -  Drawback of previous languages. 
  -  Understand what is .Net 
1.2 Introduction to .Net 
  -  Types of application architecture. 
  -  .Net initiative. 
 -  .Net framework: components of .Net framework, 
Advantages, requirement of .Net. 
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02 
Introduction and implementation of VB.Net 
2.1     Introduction to VB.Net 
            - VB.Net overview. 
  -  Difference between VB and VB.Net 
2.2    Implementation of VB.Net 
  -  Features. 
  -  VB.Net IDE. 
  -  Data Types, Loops, Control structures, Cases, Operators. 
  -  Creating forms. 
  -  Procedures and functions. 
  -  Form controls. 
                 - Error Provider 
                 - ComboBox 
                 - MonthCalendar 
                 - RadioButton 
                 - TextBox 
                 - CheckBox 
                 - CheckedListBox 
                 - DateTimePicker 
2.3 Implementation of OOP 
  -  Creation of class and objects. 
  -  Inheritance. 
  -  Constructors. 
  -  Exception handling. 
2.4 Component based programming 
  -  Working with Private assembly, shared assembly. 
  -  Using COM components developed in VB or other      
language. 
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Introduction to ADO.Net and data manipulation 
3.1    Introduction to ADO.Net 
  -  What is database? 
  -  Writing XML file. 
  -  ADO.Net architecture. 
  -  Creating connection. 
  -  Dataset and Data reader. 
  -  Types of Data adapter and ADO controls. 
  -  Reading data into dataset and data adapter.
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  -  Binding data to controls. 
  -  Data table and Data row. 
3.2 Accessing and manipulating data 
  -  Selecting data. 
  -  Insertion, deletion, updation, sorting. 
  -  How to fill dataset with multiple tables. 
3.3 Multi-threading 
  - Working with multithreading. 
  -  Synchronization of Threads. 
3.4 Migrating from VB 6.0 to VB.Net 
  -  Updating the applications developed in VB to VB.Net 
04 
Introduction and implementation of ASP.Net  
4.1 Introduction to ASP.Net 
           -  Difference between ASP and ASP.Net 
-  Introduction to IIS. 
-  What is web application? Why it is used? 
4.2 Implementation of ASP.Net 
-  ASP.Net IDE. 
-  Creation of web forms. 
-  Using web form controls. 
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ASP.Net objects and components 
5.1  ASP.Net Objects 
-  Response. 
-  Server. 
-  Application. 
-  Session. 
-  Request 
-  ASP.Net scope, state, view state, post back and 
configuration. 
 5.2 How to use objects? 
-  Object creation: Scripting, Drive, folder, file. 
-  How to use Application object. 
        -  Events 
        -  Methods and collection. 
        -  Example. 
          -  How to use session object : enabling and disabling of   
   session, 
           - Event, properties, methods, collection. 
- Example. 
5.3  Server components : 
           - Ad rotator, Content linker, Browser capabilities. 
-  Use and creation of global.asax file. 
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ADO.Net and Data Manipulation 
6.1 ADO.Net in ASP.Net 
-  Connection. 
-  Dataset and data reader. 
-  Data table and Data row. 
-  Web.config introduction. 
-  Binding data with data grid. 
-  Accessing and manipulating data. 
6.2 ADO.Net : Server control templates and Data binding 
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techniques 
-  Understand data access in .Net using ADO.Net 
-  Understand various Server Control Templates available for 
    Data Binding using Repeater Control, Data List control, 
Data    
    Grid Controls, FormView Control, DetailView Control. 
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ASP transactions and e-mail 
-  Transactions. 
-  Transaction db design. 
-  CDONTS object, CDOSYS object. 
-  Email sending web page creation. 
 

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