BCA Bachelor of Computer Applications Part 1

Nagpur University Syllabus Course For BCA Part 1

Atlanta Computer Institute Nagpur conducts Tuition Classes for BCA First Year ( Part 1 ) , BCA 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.

BCA Part 1 ( First Year ) 




Unit-1 :  Network Theorems

Ohms  law, kirchoffs  law, thevenin’s  , Norton ‘s Superposition, Maximum  power transfer  theorem(  Statement , proof   and  example  based   on  each  theorem  for  dc sources only).

Unit-2   semoconductors

Material  , classification on the  the basis of band  theory,intrinsic    and  extrinsic  semiconductor, PN  Junction  ,forward   and  reverse   biased  characteristics  of  PN  JUNCTION,diode as half  wave , full wave  and  bridge  rectifier, zener diode  and   its  use as  voltage  regulator (  load   and  line  regulation)

Unit-3  :  bipolar junction   transistor

Construction  and   working  of pnp and npn  transistor, CE, CC and  CB  configuration,biasing  of transistor( potential   divider  method only)load line concept  for ac anddc( operating  point and stability, classification  of amplifier( general  ideas  only), switching   action of  transistor,construction and workin g principle  of JFET and MOSFET.

Unit-4:   Amplifiers

Importance of  GBW PRODUCT, DC  coupled  amplifier( general idea only), construction  and   working of   difference   amplifier, its advantages , CMRR, Ad,Ac, Input   bias  current., input offset current, input  and o/p impedence of difference  amplifier, block diagram  of   OPAMP  as inverting   , non –invrting , adder, substractor, differentiator, integrator, comparator and Schmitt trigger

Unit-5:   Oscilators

Feedback Concept, barkhausen  criteria, construction   and working hartely, colpitts and  phase shift osciilator( derivation  expected concept  of frequency   stability, crystal osciilator, concept of mosulation, amplitude, frequency  and pulse  modulation( general  idea)



Unit -1 :    Number System &  Data   Representation

Number  System:  Binary ,octal, decimal &  hexadecimal  number   system  and  their  interconversion. Binary   Codes:  BCD, Excess 3, parity, gray, ASCII  AND  EBCDIC  codes, their   advantages  and   disadvantages  . Data  Representation:  positive, negative, maximum  and  minimum  number   representation (  related  to 8 bit  number)  real  number  representation, underflow, overflow, range and accuracy  of numbers.

Unit-2:  binary arithmetic

Binary Addition, decimal   subtraction   using   9’s  and 10’s  compliment, binary  substraction  using  1’s and 2’s  compliment, multiplication  and  division logic gates:  truth  table, properties   and  symbolic   Representation  of not  , nand , or, nor ,nand , ex-or, ex-nor  gates.nor-  and  nand gates as a universal gates.

Unit-3    logic family

Construction   and working of TTL NAND    and NOR  gates. Construction  and    working   of CMOS  TTL   NAND    AND NOR  GATES.  Concept  of tri  -state  logic, comparison  of TTL  AND   CMOS   LOGIC family  with respect   to propagation  delay time, power consumption , noise immunity, noise  margin , fan-in  and  fan-out.

Unit-4:   Boolean algebra

Laws    and  identities of Boolean  algebra,Demorgan,s  theorem.use of  Boolean  algebra for simplification  of logic expression. Karnaugh   map for 2,3 4 variable, simplification of SOP AND POS llogic expression   using  k-map.

Unit-5:    Combinational   Circuits

Half adder, Full adder, parallel  adder, half substractor, full substractor     , 4-bit binary  adder/subs tractor, multiplexor, demultiplexer, decoder, encoder, parity detector, construction   and  working  with   timing  diagram of  bistable ,  monostable  and  astable   multivibrator using  logic gates.



UNIT-1    Sequential   Circuits

Flip-flop :  Construction   and  working   of  RSFF, CKRSFF, DFF, TFF,JKFF  AND  JKMSFF, COUNTERS:  Construction and working of asynchronous  and synchronous , up-down  counter, shift register    and their    types, ring   counter  and  Johnson  counter  with  their  timing diagram

Unit-2:   Data Converter    and   memory

Data  converter:  binary   weighted  and  R-2 R ladder  type D/A  convertor   and  the    counter   ramp   type, successive  approximation   type, single slope   and  dual  slope  type   A/D    convertor with  their   advantages   and disadvantages.  Memory:  Classification  of   memory   ,  concept   of ROM,EPROM, Construction and working of static   and  dynamic  Ram  cell, memory organization  paralleling    of memory  chips, memory, hierarchy, cache   memory.

Unit-3   :    Introduction to  8085   Architecture

Block  diagram, pin  diagram , description    of all pins, addressing  modes, timing  and  control  unit , instruction  decoder, fetch, execute  and   machine   cycle, classification   of   instruction   set.

Unit-4   programming   8085

Flowchart, assembly   language program    for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, finding   of minimum  and  maximum   number, complement  of numbers, CALL   and RET   instructions, subroutine  stack  and its  use, push   and  POP   operation.

Unit-5:    Interfacing

Concept  of  interrupts, various  types  of interrupts(5.5,6.5,7.5  TRAP, HARDWARE),software  interrupts(RST0 TO  RST7),RIM,SIM,EI,DI instructions,  concept   of  i/p ,o/p  port,need  of   interfacing  , data  transfer  schemes, programmed   data  transfer, DMA, serial  data transfer.



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