COMPUTER AWARENESS Level I »

COMPUTER AWARENESS  (LEVEL – I)

 

L1 – (I) BASIC COMPUTER EDUCATION( w.e.f. 2010-2011)

Max. Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 35
Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Workload: 3 periods/week

 Note: The examiner will set total 10(ten) questions covering the entire syllabus. Student will attempt any five questions.  All questions will carry equal marks.

 Computer: Definition, Characteristics, Applications, Components of Computer System, Input/Output Devices, Concept of Memory, Magnetic and Optical Storage Devices.

Operating System- Windows: Definition & Functions of Operating System, Basic Components of Windows, Exploring Computer, Icons, taskbar, desktop, managing files and folders, Control panel – display properties, add/remove software and hardware, setting date and time, screensaver and appearance.

Word Processing: Introduction to Word Processing, Menus, Creating, Editing & Formatting Document, Spell Checking, Printing, Views, Tables, Word Art, Mail Merge, Macros.

Computer Communication: Internet and its applications, Surfing the Internet using web browsers, Creating Email Id, Viewing an E-Mail, Sending an E-Mail to a single and multiple users, Sending a file as an attachment.

References Books

  1. Sinha, P.K. & Sinha, Priti, Computer Fundamentals, BPB
  2. Dromey, R.G., How to Solve it By Computer, PHI
  3. Microsoft Office – Complete Reference – BPB Publication

 L1 – (II) SOFTWARE LAB – I

Max. Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 35
Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Workload: 3 periods/week

 Windows Operating System and Word Processing

Practical exposure as per theory syllabi

Computer Communication

  1. Connect the Internet, Open any website of your choice and save the Web Pages.
  2. Search any topic related to your syllabi using any search engine and download the relevant material.
  3. Create your E-Mail ID on any free E-Mail Server, Login through that and implement various operations provided in it.

 

 

COMPUTER AWARENESS LEVEL II »

COMPUTER AWARENESS  (LEVEL – II)

 

 L2 – (I) PC SOFTWARE AND ICT w.e.f. 2010-11

Max. Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 35
Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Workload: 3 periods/week

 Note: The examiner will set total 10(ten) questions covering the entire syllabus. Student will attempt any five questions.  All questions will carry equal marks.

 Spread Sheet:  Elements of Electronics Spread Sheet, Applications, Creating and Opening of Spread Sheet, Menus, Manipulation of cells: Enter texts numbers and dates, Cell Height and Widths, Copying of cells, Mathematical, Statistical and Financial function, Drawing different types of charts.

Presentation Software: Creating, modifying and enhancing a presentation,  Delivering a presentation, Using sound, animation and design templates in presentation.

ICT Fundamentals: Basics of Information Communication Technology, Computer Networks and their advantages, Types of Computer Network, Network Topologies, Basics of Transmission Media

Internet Advanced Services: Downloading/uploading files using ftp/telnet, Chatting, Video conferencing, Online storage of data on Google and Yahoo, Configuring and Using Outlook Express for E-Mail

References Books

  1. Microsoft Office – Complete Reference – BPB Publication
  2. Learn Microsoft Office – Russell A. Stultz – BPB Publication
  3. Sinha, P.K. & Sinha, Priti, Computer Fundamentals, BPB

 

L2 – (II)  SOFTWARE LAB – II

Max. Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 35
Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Workload: 3 periods/week

Presentation Software

  1. Make a presentation of College Education System using (a) Blank Presentation, (b) From Design Template, and (c) From Auto Content Wizard.
  2. Make a presentation on “Wild Life”. Apply various colour schemes, audio effects and animation schemes.

 Spread Sheet

  1. Generation of Electricity Bill, Telephone Bill, Salary Statement of an Employee and Mark Sheet of a student etc.
  2. Apply various mathematical, statistical and financial functions on any worksheet.
  3. To compute mean/median/mode in any worksheet.

 

COMPUTER AWARENESS LEVEL III »

COMPUTER AWARENESS (LEVEL – III)

 

 L3 – (I) WEB DESIGNING w.e.f. 2011-2012

Max. Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 35
Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Workload: 3 periods/week

 

 Note: The examiner will set total 10(ten) questions covering the entire syllabus. Student will attempt any five questions.  All questions will carry equal marks.

 Scripting Language: Basics of HTML, Basic tags, Document tags, Empty tags, Comment lines, Ordered and unordered lists, Menu list, Absolute links, Relation links in web sites, Table handling, Image and Pictures, Frames, Forms, Animation, Use of colors.

 Web authoring tools:  Front Page express and explorer, Front Page editor, Application of themes, Formatting of text on web page, Creation of web pages, web sites, hyperlinks, Images, Sound and Video effects, Tables handling, Frame and frame properties, Tasks views, Web wizards, Radio buttons and Command buttons.

 REFERENCE BOOKS:

  1. Xavier, World Wide Web Design with HTML, Tata McGraw Hill
  2. NIIT, Basics of Website Design, PHI Learning Private Limited, New Delhi
  3. Microsoft Office Frontpage – The Complete Reference, Tata McGraw-Hill

 L3 – (II)  SOFTWARE LAB – III

Max. Marks: 100 Pass Marks: 35
Exam Duration: 3 Hrs Workload: 3 periods/week

HTML

  1. Create any web page using following HTML tags: (a) Background Colour, (b) Font (Colour, Size, Face), (c) Bold/Italic/Underline, (d) Big/Small, (e) H1, H2, etc., (f) Marquee, (g) Ordered/Unordered Lists
  2. Create an employee table and apply various table handling operations on it using HTML.
  3. Implement the concept of Frames in a Web page.
  4. Design Home page of your Institute and insert images in it.
  5. Prepare your CV and link it on the web page.
  6. Create a web page and use various sound effects/animation schemes in it.

Front Page
Use Front Page to

  1. Create a web page using different text styles.
  2. Create a new page using clip art gallery.
  3. Create a new page using image from a scanner.
  4. Create a web page showing a tourism spots of your area.
  5. Create a web page having various table handling operations.

 

Additional English »

English (Additional)

Semester-I

Session 2011-12

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Max. Marks 100
End Semester Exam 80
Internal Assessment 20
Time 3 Hours

Section-A
Texts Prescribed:

(1) Prose For the Young Reader ed. by D.K.Sebastian     Macmillan

  • A Remedial English Grammar for Foreign Students by F.T. Wood ( Chapters 1to 16)

Section-B

Essay writing (both descriptive and reflective type)

Note: The question paper will carry a maximum of 80 marks.

The paper will have seven questions as per details given below

Q 1 Explanation with reference to the context. The students will be required to attempt one passage (with internal choice) from the prescribed book of prose.

8 marks

Q.2 One comprehension question (with internal choice) based on a passage from the prescribed book of prose

8 marks

Q.3 Short -answer type questions based on the book of prose (four questions to be attempted out of the given seven ).

8 marks

Q.4 One essay- type question (with internal choice) from the prescribed book of prose.

8 marks

Q.5 Essay on any one of the five given topics in about 400 words.

8 marks

Q.6 Letter/Application

8 marks

Q.7 The students will be required to attempt twenty out of the given thirty items based on the examples/exercises given in the prescribed book of grammar.

30 marks

Comp. Sci. – PAPER I Computer and Programming Fundamentals »

 PAPER I: Computer and Programming Fundamentals

 

Maximum Marks: 35 Time: 3 hours
Minimum Pass Marks: 12 External: 25
Internal: 10

 Note: Examiner will be required to set Nine Questions in all. First Question will be compulsory, consisting of objective type/short-answer type questions covering the entire syllabus. In addition to that eight more questions will be set, two questions from each Unit. Student will be required to attempt FIVE questions in all. Question Number 1 will be compulsory. In addition to compulsory question, student will have to attempt four more questions selecting one question from each Unit.

UNIT-I

Computer Fundamentals: Definition, Functional components of computer, characteristics & classification of computers, Applications of computers in various fields.

Memory: Concept of primary & secondary memory, RAM, ROM, types of ROM, Cache

memory, CPU Registers, flash memory, Secondary storage devices: Sequential & direct access devices viz. magnetic tape, magnetic disk, CD, DVD.

UNIT-II

Computer hardware & software: I/O devices, definition of software, relationship between hardware and software, types of software, motherboard, ports.

Overview of operating system: Definition, functions of operating system, concept of multiprogramming, multitasking, multithreading, multiprocessing, time-sharing, real time, single-user & multi-user operating system, examples of various operating systems.

UNIT-III

Planning the Computer Program: Concept of problem solving, Problem definition, Program design, Debugging, Types of errors in programming, Documentation.

Techniques of Problem Solving: Flowcharting, algorithms, pseudo code, decision table, Structured programming concepts, Programming methodologies viz. top-down and bottom-up programming.

UNIT-IV

Searching, Sorting, and Merging: Linear & Binary Searching, Bubble, Selection, and Insertion Sorting, Merging.

Computer Languages: Analogy with natural language, machine language, assembly language, high-level language, language translators, characteristics of a good programming language.

TEXT BOOKS

  1. Sinha, P.K. &Sinha, Priti, Computer Fundamentals, BPB
  2. Dromey, R.G., How to Solve it By Computer, PHI

REFERENCE BOOKS

  1. Balagurusamy E, Computing Fundamentals and C Programming, Tata McGraw Hill.
  2. Norton, Peter, Introduction to Computer, McGraw-Hill
  3. Leon, Alexis & Leon, Mathews, Introduction to Computers, Leon Tech World
  4. Rajaraman, V., Fundamentals of Computers, PH

 

 

Comp. Sci. – PC Software »

PAPER-II PC Software

Maximum Marks: 35 External: 25
Minimum Pass Marks: 12          Internal: 10
Time: 3 hours

Note: Examiner will be required to set Nine Questions in all. First Question will be compulsory, consisting of objective type/short-answer type questions covering the entire syllabus. In addition to that eight more questions will be set, two questions from each Unit. Student will be required to attempt FIVE questions in all. Question Number 1 will be compulsory. In addition to compulsory question, student will have to attempt four more questions selecting one question from each Unit.

UNIT I

Windows: Basics of Windows. Windows History, Basic components of windows, icons, types of icons, taskbar, activating windows, using desktop, title bar, running applications, Windows explorer, managing files and folders, Configuring System devices. Control panel , using windows accessories.

UNIT-II

Documentation Using Word – Introduction to Office Automation, Creating & Editing Document, Formatting Document, Auto-text, Autocorrect, Spelling and Grammar Tool, Document Dictionary, Page Formatting, Bookmark, Advance Features of MS-Word-Mail Merge, Macros, Tables, File Management, Printing, Styles, linking and embedding object.

UNIT III

Electronic Spread Sheet using Excel – Introduction to MS-Excel, Creating & Editing
Worksheet, Formatting and Essential Operations, Formulas and Functions, Charts,
Advance features of MS-Excel-Pivot table & Pivot Chart, Linking and Consolidation,
Database Management using Excel-Sorting, Filtering, Table, Validation, Goal Seek, Scenario.

UNIT IV

Presentation using PowerPoint: Presentations, Creating, Manipulating & Enhancing Slides, Organizational Charts, Excel Charts, Word Art, Layering art Objects, Animations and Sounds, Inserting Animated Pictures or Accessing through Object, Inserting Recorded Sound Effect or In-Built Sound Effect.

 

TEXT BOOKS

  1. Microsoft Office – Complete Reference – BPB Publication
  2. Learn Microsoft Office – Russell A. Stultz – BPB Publication

 

REFERENCES BOOKS

  1. Courter, G Marquis . Microsoft Office 2000: Professional Edition. BPB.
  2. Koers, D . Microsoft Office XP Fast and Easy. PHI.
  3. Nelson, S L and Kelly, J . Office XP: The Complete Reference. Tata McGraw-Hill.
Economics – I Sem »

B.A. Part – I (ECONOMICS)

Semester-I

MICROECONOMICS – I

Time: 3 hours
Max. Marks 100
External: 80
Internal : 20

 

Note for Paper Setter:

  1. The question paper will consist of 10 questions out of which 5 questions in all are to be attempted.
  1. Question No. 1 and 2 are compulsory.
  1. Two questions (Q. No. 3 to Q. No. 10) will be set from each of the four units.
  1. No. 1 will be based on a Case Study followed by four short answer type questions (4 marks each).
  1. No. 2 will contain 5 multiple choice type questions (1 mark each) 5 matching type questions (1 mark each) and 3 very short answer questions (2 marks each). The question will be spread over the entire syllabus.
  1. All questions carry equal marks.

Note for Candidates:- Attempt 5 questions in all. Question No. 1 and 2 are compulsory. Attempt remaining three questions selecting one question each from any of the three units out of the four units. All questions carry equal marks.

 

UNIT-I

1.1.Economics: Definition, Nature, Scope

1.2.The Economic Problem : Scarcity and Choice, Functions of an Economic System,

1.3.Law of Demand

1.4.Elasticity of Demand: Concept, Types, Measurement, Determinants and Importance

 

UNIT -II

2.1     Concept of Utility

2.2     Cardinal Utility Analysis,

2.3     Law of Equi- Marginal Utility

2.4    Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility

2.5     Derivation of Demand Curve

2.6     Ordinal Utility Analysis

2.7     Indifference Curves Analysis

2.8     Consumer Equilibrium

2.9     Price, Income and Substitution Effects

2.10 Consumer Surplus

 

UNIT-III

3.1 Production Function & Product Curves

3.2 Law of Variable Proportions

3.3 Iso-quants & Iso-Lines

3.4 Returns to Scale

3.5 Economies & Diseconomies of Scale Internal & External

3.6 Supply Curve & Elasticity of Supply.

 

UNIT-IV

4.1. Cost Analysis: Concepts of Cost, Short Period Costs, Long Period Costs

4.2.Modern Theory of Costs.

4.3.Revenue: Total, Average and Marginal Revenue

4.4.Break Even Analysis and its Uses.

 

Suggested Readings:

  1. Gregory Mankiw’ “Principles of Economics”‘ South-Western College; 5th Edition(2008)
  1. E Stiglitz and G.E Walsh’ “Principles of Economics”, W.W Norton & Co. N.Y.

 

  1. G Paul Samuelson and Nordhaus’ “Economics”, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi. 18th Edition (2004)
  2. Lipsey and KA. Chrystal, Economics, Oxford University Press, Oxford(2007).
  1. Koutsoyiannis , Modern Microeconomics , Macmillan (Latest Edition).
  1. G Lipsey and KA. Chrystal, “Principles of Economics”, Oxford University Press ,Oxford(2002-03).
  2.  

  3. S Pindyck & D.L Rubinfeld: Microeconomics, Prentice Hall Series in Economics MATE (2005)
  4.  

  5. Walter Nicholsan’ ” Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions”,South Western College.South Western Publication(2007)
  6.  

  7. Hal R. Varian ” Intermediate Microeconomic: A modern Approach”, W.W Norton & Company,6th Edition (June 2002)
  8.  

  9. J Baumol & Alan S. Blinder, “Microeconomics: Principles and Policy” Thomson, India Edition. Ceneage Learning India Pvt Ltd(2006)

 

Additional English »

English (Additional)

Semester-I

Session 2011-12

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

Max. Marks 100
End Semester Exam 80
Internal Assessment 20
Time 3 Hours

Section-A
Texts Prescribed:

(1) Prose For the Young Reader ed. by D.K.Sebastian     Macmillan

  • A Remedial English Grammar for Foreign Students by F.T. Wood ( Chapters 1to 16)

Section-B

Essay writing (both descriptive and reflective type)

Note: The question paper will carry a maximum of 80 marks.

The paper will have seven questions as per details given below

Q 1 Explanation with reference to the context. The students will be required to attempt one passage (with internal choice) from the prescribed book of prose.

8 marks

Q.2 One comprehension question (with internal choice) based on a passage from the prescribed book of prose

8 marks

Q.3 Short -answer type questions based on the book of prose (four questions to be attempted out of the given seven ).

8 marks

Q.4 One essay- type question (with internal choice) from the prescribed book of prose.

8 marks

Q.5 Essay on any one of the five given topics in about 400 words.

8 marks

Q.6 Letter/Application

8 marks

Q.7 The students will be required to attempt twenty out of the given thirty items based on the examples/exercises given in the prescribed book of grammar.

30 marks

Comp. Sci. – PAPER I Computer and Programming Fundamentals »

 PAPER I: Computer and Programming Fundamentals

 

Maximum Marks: 35 Time: 3 hours
Minimum Pass Marks: 12 External: 25
Internal: 10

 Note: Examiner will be required to set Nine Questions in all. First Question will be compulsory, consisting of objective type/short-answer type questions covering the entire syllabus. In addition to that eight more questions will be set, two questions from each Unit. Student will be required to attempt FIVE questions in all. Question Number 1 will be compulsory. In addition to compulsory question, student will have to attempt four more questions selecting one question from each Unit.

UNIT-I

Computer Fundamentals: Definition, Functional components of computer, characteristics & classification of computers, Applications of computers in various fields.

Memory: Concept of primary & secondary memory, RAM, ROM, types of ROM, Cache

memory, CPU Registers, flash memory, Secondary storage devices: Sequential & direct access devices viz. magnetic tape, magnetic disk, CD, DVD.

UNIT-II

Computer hardware & software: I/O devices, definition of software, relationship between hardware and software, types of software, motherboard, ports.

Overview of operating system: Definition, functions of operating system, concept of multiprogramming, multitasking, multithreading, multiprocessing, time-sharing, real time, single-user & multi-user operating system, examples of various operating systems.

UNIT-III

Planning the Computer Program: Concept of problem solving, Problem definition, Program design, Debugging, Types of errors in programming, Documentation.

Techniques of Problem Solving: Flowcharting, algorithms, pseudo code, decision table, Structured programming concepts, Programming methodologies viz. top-down and bottom-up programming.

UNIT-IV

Searching, Sorting, and Merging: Linear & Binary Searching, Bubble, Selection, and Insertion Sorting, Merging.

Computer Languages: Analogy with natural language, machine language, assembly language, high-level language, language translators, characteristics of a good programming language.

TEXT BOOKS

  1. Sinha, P.K. &Sinha, Priti, Computer Fundamentals, BPB
  2. Dromey, R.G., How to Solve it By Computer, PHI

REFERENCE BOOKS

  1. Balagurusamy E, Computing Fundamentals and C Programming, Tata McGraw Hill.
  2. Norton, Peter, Introduction to Computer, McGraw-Hill
  3. Leon, Alexis & Leon, Mathews, Introduction to Computers, Leon Tech World
  4. Rajaraman, V., Fundamentals of Computers, PH

 

 

Comp. Sci. – PC Software »

PAPER-II PC Software

Maximum Marks: 35 External: 25
Minimum Pass Marks: 12          Internal: 10
Time: 3 hours

Note: Examiner will be required to set Nine Questions in all. First Question will be compulsory, consisting of objective type/short-answer type questions covering the entire syllabus. In addition to that eight more questions will be set, two questions from each Unit. Student will be required to attempt FIVE questions in all. Question Number 1 will be compulsory. In addition to compulsory question, student will have to attempt four more questions selecting one question from each Unit.

UNIT I

Windows: Basics of Windows. Windows History, Basic components of windows, icons, types of icons, taskbar, activating windows, using desktop, title bar, running applications, Windows explorer, managing files and folders, Configuring System devices. Control panel , using windows accessories.

UNIT-II

Documentation Using Word – Introduction to Office Automation, Creating & Editing Document, Formatting Document, Auto-text, Autocorrect, Spelling and Grammar Tool, Document Dictionary, Page Formatting, Bookmark, Advance Features of MS-Word-Mail Merge, Macros, Tables, File Management, Printing, Styles, linking and embedding object.

UNIT III

Electronic Spread Sheet using Excel – Introduction to MS-Excel, Creating & Editing
Worksheet, Formatting and Essential Operations, Formulas and Functions, Charts,
Advance features of MS-Excel-Pivot table & Pivot Chart, Linking and Consolidation,
Database Management using Excel-Sorting, Filtering, Table, Validation, Goal Seek, Scenario.

UNIT IV

Presentation using PowerPoint: Presentations, Creating, Manipulating & Enhancing Slides, Organizational Charts, Excel Charts, Word Art, Layering art Objects, Animations and Sounds, Inserting Animated Pictures or Accessing through Object, Inserting Recorded Sound Effect or In-Built Sound Effect.

 

TEXT BOOKS

  1. Microsoft Office – Complete Reference – BPB Publication
  2. Learn Microsoft Office – Russell A. Stultz – BPB Publication

 

REFERENCES BOOKS

  1. Courter, G Marquis . Microsoft Office 2000: Professional Edition. BPB.
  2. Koers, D . Microsoft Office XP Fast and Easy. PHI.
  3. Nelson, S L and Kelly, J . Office XP: The Complete Reference. Tata McGraw-Hill.
Economics – I Sem »

B.A. Part – I (ECONOMICS)

Semester-I

MICROECONOMICS – I

Time: 3 hours
Max. Marks 100
External: 80
Internal : 20

 

Note for Paper Setter:

  1. The question paper will consist of 10 questions out of which 5 questions in all are to be attempted.
  1. Question No. 1 and 2 are compulsory.
  1. Two questions (Q. No. 3 to Q. No. 10) will be set from each of the four units.
  1. No. 1 will be based on a Case Study followed by four short answer type questions (4 marks each).
  1. No. 2 will contain 5 multiple choice type questions (1 mark each) 5 matching type questions (1 mark each) and 3 very short answer questions (2 marks each). The question will be spread over the entire syllabus.
  1. All questions carry equal marks.

Note for Candidates:- Attempt 5 questions in all. Question No. 1 and 2 are compulsory. Attempt remaining three questions selecting one question each from any of the three units out of the four units. All questions carry equal marks.

 

UNIT-I

1.1.Economics: Definition, Nature, Scope

1.2.The Economic Problem : Scarcity and Choice, Functions of an Economic System,

1.3.Law of Demand

1.4.Elasticity of Demand: Concept, Types, Measurement, Determinants and Importance

 

UNIT -II

2.1     Concept of Utility

2.2     Cardinal Utility Analysis,

2.3     Law of Equi- Marginal Utility

2.4    Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility

2.5     Derivation of Demand Curve

2.6     Ordinal Utility Analysis

2.7     Indifference Curves Analysis

2.8     Consumer Equilibrium

2.9     Price, Income and Substitution Effects

2.10 Consumer Surplus

 

UNIT-III

3.1 Production Function & Product Curves

3.2 Law of Variable Proportions

3.3 Iso-quants & Iso-Lines

3.4 Returns to Scale

3.5 Economies & Diseconomies of Scale Internal & External

3.6 Supply Curve & Elasticity of Supply.

 

UNIT-IV

4.1. Cost Analysis: Concepts of Cost, Short Period Costs, Long Period Costs

4.2.Modern Theory of Costs.

4.3.Revenue: Total, Average and Marginal Revenue

4.4.Break Even Analysis and its Uses.

 

Suggested Readings:

  1. Gregory Mankiw’ “Principles of Economics”‘ South-Western College; 5th Edition(2008)
  1. E Stiglitz and G.E Walsh’ “Principles of Economics”, W.W Norton & Co. N.Y.

 

  1. G Paul Samuelson and Nordhaus’ “Economics”, Tata Mcgraw Hill Publishing Company, New Delhi. 18th Edition (2004)
  2. Lipsey and KA. Chrystal, Economics, Oxford University Press, Oxford(2007).
  1. Koutsoyiannis , Modern Microeconomics , Macmillan (Latest Edition).
  1. G Lipsey and KA. Chrystal, “Principles of Economics”, Oxford University Press ,Oxford(2002-03).
  2.  

  3. S Pindyck & D.L Rubinfeld: Microeconomics, Prentice Hall Series in Economics MATE (2005)
  4.  

  5. Walter Nicholsan’ ” Microeconomic Theory: Basic Principles and Extensions”,South Western College.South Western Publication(2007)
  6.  

  7. Hal R. Varian ” Intermediate Microeconomic: A modern Approach”, W.W Norton & Company,6th Edition (June 2002)
  8.  

  9. J Baumol & Alan S. Blinder, “Microeconomics: Principles and Policy” Thomson, India Edition. Ceneage Learning India Pvt Ltd(2006)