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Computer Science Engineering Syllabus
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Course ContentsCategory of CourseCourse Title Course Code Credits-4C Theory Papers(ES)
InformationTechnologyIT-3ComputerProgramming -IIICS 3303/ 
CS306L T P
Max.Marks-100Min.Marks-35Duration-3hrs.0 0 4
Computer Science and Engineering III Semester
CS 3303/ 
Computer Programming-III
SECTION A: VISUAL C++Unit IVisual C++ Basics
Introduction, Building a Basic Application, Using Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) Library, VisualC++ resources: Application Wizard, Accelerators and Menus, Toolbars.
Unit IIVisual C++ and Database Management
Data Access Objects (DAO) versus Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), Database Building Overview,Building a Database Application Using ODBC, Building a Database Application Using DAO.
Unit IIIVisual C++ and the Internet
Designing a Web Page, An Overview of JavaScript, Creating and ActiveX Control, Creating an ActiveXDocument Application, Using URLs and Monikers, Working with Internet Information Server (IIS),Designing with Security in Mind, Building a Help File, Packaging Your Application.
Creating First VB Application, Adding Controls, Activation Controls, Creating Menus, VB ProgramStructure, Handling Data, Fundamental Expressions, Working with Interactive Keyboard and Screen110, Adding Loops, Using Arrays, Procedures.
Unit VIntermediate VB Programming
VB Forms, Dialog Boxes, Additional Controls, Printing with VB, Understanding Objects and UsingObject Browser, Accessing Files, Adding OLE to a Program.
Unit VIAdding Power to VB Programs
Using Graphics and Multimedia, Using Form Template, Accessing Database, Using Keyboard andMouse I/0, Building Help Subsystem, Using ActiveX, Adding Internet Access to the Applications.
Unit VIIBuilding a Professional Application
Developing and Designing Forms, Adding the Controls, Integrating Code, Debugging and Testing,Packaging Your Application.
Suggested List of Experiment:
 Programs based on each unit in Section A (Visual C++) and Section B (Visual Basic). Atleast 8 programs inVisual C++ and Visual Basic each.
Reference Books:
Visual C++: John Paul Mueller 1997, Tata McGraw Hill Edition.2) Programming with C++ : Hitesh Sanghavi, Vikas Publishing.3) Visual Basic 5: The Comprehensive Guide - Mansfield, Galgotia Pub.
Course ContentsCategory of CourseCourse Title Course Code Credit-6C Theory Papers(ES)
EngineeringScience ES-5Electronics CS 3405/ 
CS304L T P
Max.Marks-100Min.Marks-35Duration-3hrs.3 1 2
Computer Science III Semester
CS 3405/ 
Unit I
Semiconductor device, theory of P-N junction, temperature dependence and break down characteristics, junction capacitances. Zener diode, Varactor diode, PIN diode, LED, Photo diode. Transistors BJT,FET, MOSFET, types, working principal, characteristics, and region of operation, load line biasingmethod. Transistor as an amplifier,gain, bandwidth, frequency response, h- parameters equivalent ,typeof amplifier.
Unit II
Feedback amplifier, negative feedback, voltage-series, voltage shunt ,current series and current shuntfeedback , Sinusoidal oscillators, L-C (Hartley-Colpitts) oscillators, RC phace shift, Wien bridge, andCrystal oscillators. Power amplifiers, class A, class B , class A B, C amplifiers , their efficiency andpower Dissipation
Unit III
Switching characteristics of diode and transistor,turn ON, OFF time, reverse recovery time , transistor asswitch , Multivibrators, Bistable, Monostable, Astable multivibarators. Cllipers and clampers,Differential amplifier, calculation of differential , common mode gain and CMRR using h-parameters,Darlington pair , Boot strapping technique. Cascade and cascode amplifier.
Unit IV
Operational amplifier characteristics, slew rate , full power bandwidth, offset voltage ,bais current,application ,inverting , non inverting amplifier , summer , averager , differentiator, integrator,differential amplifier , instrumentation amplifier , log and antilog amplifier , voltage to current andcurrent to voltage converters , comparators Schmitt trigger , active filters, 555 timer and itsapplication.
Unit V
Introduction to thyristor family , silicon controlled rectifier (SCR),V-I characteristics, turn ON andOFF mechanism, series and parallel connection of SCR, single phase controlled rectifier with resistiveand inductive load , freewheel diode , circuits for gate triggering , solid state firing circuits using UJTsand transistors , introduction to converters ,inverters and chopper circuits . Introduction to GTO, PowerMOSFET and IGPT. Regulated power supplies.
Suggested List of Experiments
1. Differential amplifier2. Power and application related experiments3. SCR4. 555 Times of its applications5. V/F, F/V converter6. Single phase and three phase controlled rectifier
Suggested further readings
1. Milliman Halleias - Integrated Electronics2. OP-amp-Gayakwad3. Power Electronics – Rushid4. Integrated electronics by Miliman Grabel.5. Rulsi digital and Switching by Miliman Taub Wave Shapes.6. OP amp by Tobbery etal.7. Semiconductor Power Electronics Circuits & Devices, Vol. I & II by Pauddar.

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