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University of Pune Master of Computer Application (Commerce) Programme MCA(Com) Introduction: The Master of Computer Application ( commerce) degree Programme shall be a blending of 3 areas of studies viz. Information systems, Software product development and Knowledge processing in a wide variety of Commercial domains including manufacturing, trading agribusinesses and services. The objective of the Programme shall be to developing the system planners and administrators on one hand promoting knowledge entrepreneurs on the other. The Programme addresses the challenge of focusing on the areas of specific types of IT skill shortages – “Beyond engineers, beyond India”. Mantra of Indian IT industry. This degree programme may be a step to reach the goal,” IT for commercial applications and Business transformation”. The main focus of the Programme shall be on developing competencies required for computer application in business. Duration: The duration of MCA(Com) degree shall be Three years, divided into Six Semesters.
Eligibility and Admission: (a) B.Com , BBA ,BCA , BBM(IB) from recognized University (b) A Bachelor of Arts with Any Subject from recognized university (c) A Bachelor of Science with any subject from recognized university (d) Every Eligible Candidate has to pass the Common Entrance Test conducted by the respective College (e) The candidate Admitted as per criteria (b) and (c) has to satisfactory complete an additional course in ”Commercial Operations and Business Practices” in semester I of M.C.A.
Programme Structure : The Courses prescribed under different Semesters shall be as under.
MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATION (Commerce) MCA (Com)
Semester Code Course Title Sem-I 101 I.C.T. in Business (Information Communication Technologies) Systems Organization and Management 102 103 Programming Fundamentals ( C Programming) 104 Statistical and Numerical Methods 105 Operating Systems 106 Software Engineering 107 Computer Laboratory : (Practical on C Programming) Sem - II 201 Business Protocol and Cross Cultural Communication Skills 202 Data Base Management System 203 Cost Accounting and Cost Control Techniques Accounting for Management 204 205 Networking Operations 206 Object Oriented Programming 207 Computer Laboratory ( Practicals ) DBMS + OOPs. Sem - III 301 Advanced Operating Systems 302 Hardware Configuration and Solutions 303 Enterprise Resource Planning and Management 304 Business Strategies 305 Cyber Law and ethics 306 Financial and Investment Analysis 307 Project Report And Advanced Computer Laboratory Sem – IV 401 Advanced Data Based Management System 402 Data Centre Technologies 403 Web Enabling systems and Business Applications 404 Business and Professional Skills 405 Client Server Technologies 406 Knowledge Management for Business 407 Project Report And Advanced Computer Laboratory
BOS B.P. B.A. C.A. M&S C.A. C.A. C.A. B.P. C.A. Costing A/C C.A. C.A. C.A. C.A. C.A. B.A. B.A. BL A/C C.A. C.A. C.A. C.A. B.P. C.A. B.P.+C.A. C.A.
501 502 503 504 505 506 507
Sem – VI
Content Management System Distributed Database Applications E-Com Practices and Technologies Data Mining and Warehousing Multimedia and Business Administration Operation Research Project Report And Advanced Computer Laboratory Industrial Project
C.A. C.A. C.A. C.A. B.A.+C.A. M&S C.A. C.A. & Other Related Board
The Course Contents and Delivery The MCA(Com) curriculum is aimed at responding to application of Computer and allied technologies to business. Over the period of time the Computers have penetrated and impacted the world of Commerce and Business Operations at Micro level and that the dividing line between Computers and Commerce has almost vanished. The present and future organizations and the commercial operations have almost become speedier and system oriented. The computer applications have successfully branched out in vast emerging commercial sectors like banking and Finance, Manufacturing Services, Trade, public governance etc. They have changed the organic functions of business viz. marketing financing operations, staffing etc. Based on this reality the proposed MCA(Com) model consists of core courses and allied courses, which provide a depth and breadth, that enable students to translate their acquired knowledge into working knowledge. Throughout the Programme the emphasis of delivery shall be on classroom interaction, group work, business perspectives and applied projects. Along with administered curriculum there can be self managed courses having local context, for which the methods such as professional seminar, Pre seminar meetings where faculty, students and professionals share their experiences and expertise in a congenial environment that encourages open exchange of information and professional contacts etc. can be used. This will help to promote internships and out of class activities where students can test and apply their class room learning.
V. of Hours Prescribed Per Course Per week 4 Hrs. (d) Evaluation of Sem – VI project will be done by three examiners (1 (one) from college (internal). B. 01 02 03 04 05 Class room interaction Laboratory Assignments ( 2 Practical Sessions) Library / Industry based 04 assignments Group Project Work(In addition 04 to project work prescribed under semester III. Seminar presentation 05 Marks. Works. 6 Hrs. IV & V) Total Hrs 38 The College / Institute shall be required to create necessary infrastructure and internal system for all the above activities to the entire satisfaction of the University authorities. . Project Works) (b) Written and practical examination at the end of each semester consisting 80 marks will be conducted by the university. Per Students) 24 Hrs. 1 (one) external send by the University and 1 (one) from industry invited by the college) and the grades will be awarded as ( A. C and D) where D will be considered as Fail. III. Class Test 10 Marks (except for courses under computer lab. IV. No. The scheme of continuous internal evaluation shall consist of tutorials 05 Marks. Scheme of Evaluation and Examination: A student will be evaluated in each Course on the basis of following (a) Continuous internal evaluation consisting of 20 marks.A typical schedule of delivery of course contest may be as given bellow: Sr. Activity No. 3 Hrs (Per Week. The intake of students will be linked up proportionately with availability of hardware and software facilities provided by the college. ( c) evaluation of project report and viva at the end of Sem.
. Semester I to Semester V examinations. The award of class will be based on the aggregate marks obtained by the candidate in the First .e. exemptions at the Examinations. The revision of Structure and Course Contents: The structure and the content of courses their under will be reviewed by the concern BOS after every three years. as given below: Class Pass with Second Class Pass with Higher Second Class Pass with First Class Pass with distinction Mark Awarded 50-54 55-59 60-69 70 and above Grade B B+ A A+ The rules relating to conduct of examination. payment of Tuition and Exam Fees shall be as prescribed by the University Authorities. second and third year MCA(Com) i.Standard of Passing and Award of class: In order to pass MCA(com) examination a candidate has to obtain minimum 40 % marks in each course in the written examination ( 32 Out Of 80) and 50% in aggregate for each semester examination.
2 . The level of teaching and evaluation will be that of UG level 4. Syllabus (Objectives: 1. To gain working knowledge of Business Accounting. The College will handle the course departmentally. The course is prescribed for the students admitted to MCA (Com.A/BFT/BBM in the faculty of Commerce 2. Business management) Module 2 (No. Profit & Loss account and Understanding other accounting reports. A student concerned will be allowed to appear for MCA (Com) Semester II Examination only on the production of certificate of completion of this requirement by the College. The College conducting MCA (Com) course shall be required to present the same for inspection if required by the LIC’s appointed by the University for MCA (Comm) affiliation. 6. The certificate for successful completion with grade awarded will be issued by the Head Of the College/ Department of Commerce. Regulatory aspects of business and business practices.MCA Part I Semester Additional Introductory Course Commercial Operations and Business Practices Notes: 1.terms concepts and special connotation (abort 40) in commercial practices (Trading/Banking & Finance & marketing.B. 5. First year) holding Bachelor’s degree other than B. Cost accounting – features – advantages. The evaluation at the end Module will be based on instant Class Tests & tutorials. 7. The duration of the course shall be one semester (July-November) in the First year of admission. Module 1 (No. non-teaching/ involved in course delivery and evaluation will be entitled to receive honorarium as per University norms fixed for PG courses. The staff teaching.Com/B. modern business forms and practices 2. Of hours 8) Business Accounting Banking and Accountancy – from recording business transactions to preparation of Trial balance – Balance sheet. 3. To know and understand by the students concepts of commerce semantics. for eligibility record etc. Of hours 5) Concepts Understanding of commerce .
Of hours 8) Trade and Industry Distinction between Home Trade and Foreign trade – Channels of Distribution – Consumer movement – Consumer protection – Consumer education – Types of Industry (feature.limitations – Principle of limited liability – Public Sector Undertakings (features. Goodwill. Bad debt. Lead time. Tangibles. GDP. Spot Market. Of hours 8) Markets Understanding of markets and constituents therein – Capital Market . Inventory. Unit Cost. Price index. Mortgage. important firms) Common terms and connotations used in Commerce and Commercial transactions Account. Products & Services (Manufacturing).Module 3 (No. Trademark. Mark to Markets. Opportunity Cost. Cash Flow Statement. Debtor. Interest and dividend. Cost of capital. Stock Option. Monopoly. Assets. Return on Investment. Module 5 (No. Audit. Equity. Inflation. NAV (Net Asset Value). Margin. Module 6 (No. Barter. Of hours 8) Finance Business finance – capitalization . Holding Company. Consumer goods. types) Module 4 (No. Depreciation. Grading. . Value Added Tax. USP (Unique Selling Proposition). Sensex Gold standard. Liabilities. Mutual fund. Insolvency. Break-evenpoint. Of hours 8) Forms of Commercial Organizations Forms of commercial organizations – Proprietorship firm/Limited Partnership – Limited Company – features . White goods.Structure – Owned funds – borrowed funds – Ploughing back profit – financial plan. Creditor. leverage (financial) Liquidity Mergers & Acquisitions (M & A). Venture Capital. Net Profit.Money market – Commodities Market – Labour Market – Buyers and Sellers Markets.
Sr.e. Network Communication Meaning of networking. Written & Oral Communication Oral communication-meaning culture.(Com. Mobile Communication Television/radio Transmission Through emails/floppy disc/CDs/Communication software. Principles of effective oral communication. Art of listeningprinciples of good listening-Essentials of effective correspondence -Organizational Communication planning & layout of business letter. nature & scope. No. UNIT 1 Topic Introduction to communication Meaning & definition – process . 2) To understand dimensions of network communication.) Sem – I Subject: Information Communication Technologies in Business (101) Objectives: 1) To make the students aware about business communication. Current trends & Communication Technologies Visual Aids – Audio & Video tools Electronic Media Video Conferencing Systems & Tele Conferencing Systems. History of development of IT.need & functions of business letters – Report writing & formal communication. 2009 UNIT 2 10 UNIT 3 10 UNIT 4 10 UNIT 5 10 .Letter writing .C. Integration of information technology with business strategies. 3) To gain knowledge of current trends and communication technologies and its business application. Information Technology & Its Business Applications Meaning of IT.Cross cultural communication.No.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2009 ) M. Communication through Internet/Email/Mobiles/Telnet/Intranet/Extranet. of Lectures 8 w. Virtual Private Networks (VPN’s).functions.f. Objectives – importance – Essentials of good communication.A. LAN. WAN’s (Local & Wireless area networks).
Sultan Chand & sons. S. S. Business Communication V. Margrethe H. Basic Business Communication Skills For empowering the internet generation Raymond Lesikar & Marie Flatlety. (9th edition) Mumbai. Chand & Company. Information Technology: V. Raidu. Davis. Communication C. 8th revised edition 3. Details about National information centre. 10th edition. Himalaya Publishing House. New Delhi. Management Information System : Waman S Jawadekar TATA McGRAW-HILL Publishing Co. S. New Delhi 5.K. New Delhi. Ltd. 7.Business Application. 2. Rajaraman. 8. Essentials of Business Communication Rajendra Pal & J. S M: Business communication. Ltd. Management Information System : Gordon B. Pune.Mechanisms of internal & external communications Advantages & Disadvantages.. Urmila & Rai.110 001 . Tata McGraw-Hill Edition 4. New Delhi. New Delhi. Olson TATA McGRAW-HILL Publishing Co. 6. Jain & Omprakash Biyani. Recommended Books : 1. 2008. Prentice Hall of India Pvt Ltd. Korlahalli. Himalaya Publishing House. Business Communication Rai.
Responsibility. An overview of management process – planning Organizing. Commerce Sem – I Subject: Systems Organization and Management (102) Objectives: 1) To provide basic understanding regarding role of systems in management & organization.f.C. Directing (incl. plan. Theories and types of organization. Delegation & Centralization of Authority. of Lectures 6 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 Planning Strategy. Directing. Organizing 6 Principles and structure of organization. Job Rotation. 2009 Sr. purpose of planning. policy and programs. Coordinating and controlling. Power. Mission.e. Decision Making) Communications in the Organization.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2009 ) M. Motivational Theories. 2) To offer clear understanding about the nature & functioning of systems in the organization. Nature of Management.No. Exponential Smoothing and Regression Models. forecasting – need of forecasting in planning. Job enlargement.A. UNIT 1 Topic Introduction to Management Understanding the meaning and definitions of management. Decision Making . Types of Planning and tools of Forecasting – Moving Average. Concept of Authority. Importance of Management. No. Span of Control Formal and informal organization Staffing 8 Meaning nature and principles of staffing. Job enrichment. Vision and goal setting and SWOT analysis. Staffing. w. Leadership.
Appreciating the information requirement of a finance manager for various financial decisions in an organization and how suitable information systems for them and their integration with other information system in an organization.Controlling Concepts and Principle of Controlling. Information needs of management at various level of an organization. need for necessary information systems for them and their integration with other information systems in an organization. Importance of information systems in supporting various level of business strategy formulations and decision makings. and determining their information needs. bottom up and integrated Information System: Meaning. Management & 10 Strategy Emergence of Digital Firm in the existing era of IT. Determining information requirements of a personal manager and his/her need for necessary information systems for better decisions. Open Loop. Basis Control Processes. Software and Hardware Requirements for developing efficient Information System. flow of information in the organization: top down. Processes and decisions required for effective and efficient Sales and Marketing Management. Closed Loop and Feed forward Control Mechanisms. Behavioural Approach and Socio Technical Approach Types of Information Systems in Organization: Decision Support System. Organization. Expert System. Integrating Personal Management related information systems with overall information system in an organization. Developing necessary information system for Production and Operation management and their integration with overall enterprises information systems. Knowledge Management System. Transaction Processing System. MIS. (It is expected that such discussion should cover the latest developments taking place in software and hardware) Information Systems and Managerial Functional Areas 12 Understanding various processes/decisions involved in Production and Operations management. Essentials of a good control system UNIT 4 UNIT 5 Information Systems. nature and their role Approaches to Information Systems : Technical Approach. .
Jawadekar. Laudon. Jones and Jennifer M.S. Laudon and J. B. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). Information Systems and Customer Relation Management (CRM). "Essentials of Management" C. "Introduction to Information Systems" Supplementary Reading 1) Gareth R. Recommended Books : Main Reading 1) 2) 3) 4) Harold Koontz and Heinz Weihrich. " Management Information Systems: Organization and Technology .C. Gupta. "Management Information System" James A O'Brien. E-Commerce.P. George.UNIT 6 Current Issues in Information Systems 8 Role of Intranet and Internet in the development of various information systems in an organization. "Contemporary Management" 2) K. "Management Concepts and Practices" W. Role of Information Systems in Supply Chain Management.
3 Preprocessor directives : 4.1 Types of operators 3.5 Variables 2.2 #define No.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2008 ) M.1 printf( ) 4.2 Precedence and Associativity 3.f.1 History 1.1 #include 4.3 Expression 3.7 Data Types 2.No.A.6 Constant 2.4 Identifiers 2.1.8 Comments Operators 3.2 scanf( ) 4.3 Keywords 2.1.1. 2009 UNIT 2 1 UNIT 3 1 UNIT 4 2 .1 Character set 2.3 getch( ) 4.1.4 getchar( ) 4.3.2 Concept of header files 4.4 Statement and types of statements Built-in Operators and function 4.2 Structures of ‘C’ Programming 1.e.C. of Lectures 1 w. UNIT 1 Topic Introduction to ‘C’ Language 1.1.2 C Tokens 2.1 Console based I/O and related built-in I/O function 4.3 Function as building blocks Language Fundamentals 2.5 putchar( ) 4.3. Commerce Sem-I Subject: C Programming (103) Sr.
3 for.1 row major. 7.1. 7.2 If-else 5. 7.1 break 18.104.22.168.3.1 If 5.5. address of operator 8.2. Nested for loop 5.6.1 While 5.3 Nested If -else 5.7 Storage classes 6.6 Function and pointers 5 6 5 6 .2 Declaration and definition 6.UNIT 5 UNIT 6 UNIT 7 UNIT 8 Control Structures 5.2 Do-while.3 Displaying array elements 7.6 Two-Dimensional array 7.1.1 Definition.4 exit Functions 6.3 Pointer arithmetic 8.2 accessing and displaying 7.1. 5.3.2 Accessing array elements 7.3.1 Basic types of function 6. Arrays 7.2 Column major.6.2 Indirection operator.5 Arrays and function.1 Definition and declaration.2.3 Function call 6. Initialization 8. 7.1 Call by value 6.4 Sorting arrays.4 SwitUNIT 5.6 Scope of variables 22.214.171.124 Arrays and pointers 8.6.8 Recursion.3 Other statements : 5.7 Multidimensional array Pointers 8.6.1 declaration and initialization 7.2 continue 5.2 Loop Control structures : 5.3 memory representation of array 7.5. declaration and initialization of one dimensional array 7.1 Decision making structures : 5.3.5 Parameter passing 6.4 Types of function 6.2 Call by reference 6.4 Dynamic memory allocation 8.3 goto 5.
2 standard library functions : 126.96.36.199 Implementation without using standard library Functions Structures 10.3 feof( ) 13.1 Definition of Preprocessor 11.3.4 fseek( ) 188.8.131.52 strcpy( ) 9.3 File inclusion directives 11.3 Accessing fields and structure operations 10.2.2 fputc( ) 13.1 Definition. Definition and declaration.2 Shift operators 12.UNIT 9 UNIT 10 UNIT 11 UNIT 12 UNIT 13 Strings 9.2 Variables initialization 10.1 fopen( ) 13.4 strcmp( ) 9. Bitwise Operators 12.3. 10.3.2.2 Standard function: 13.4 Nested structures 10.2 fclose( ) 13.2.5 Union 10.4 fprintf( ) 13. Opening modes of files 13. declaration and initialization of strings 9.1 Definition of Files.4 Conditional compilation.1 strlen( ) 184.108.40.206 Bit field File handling 13.5 rewind( ) 13.6 Differentiate between Union and structure C Preprocessor 11.1.5 fscanf( ) Command line arguments 6 8 2 1 5 UNIT 14 1 .2.3 strcat( ) 9.1 Definition and declaration 10.2.3 Using text files: 13.1 fgetc( ) 13.1 Bitwise operators 12.3 Masks 12.2 Macro substitution directives 11.
Balguruswamy. Leiserson. Dromy Introduction to algorithms :. Thomson learning publication. Delhi Structured programming approach using C :. Pointers in C :.Yashwant Kanetkar.Yashwant Kanetkar.edu/users/rpriece Peter Norton’s Introduction to Computers :. Tata McGraw-Hill publication The C programming Lang. Rivest.cs. BPB publication How to solve it by Computer :.utexas.Forouzah & Ceilberg. Stein http://www.Cormen.Dennis Ritchie. G. Prentice Hall.Tata McGraw-Hill publication . Pearson Ecl :..R. BPB publication Programming in C :.Recommended Books : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Let us C :.
C. UNIT 1 Topic No. 2009 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 Solution of Non linear Equations 1.3 Newton-Raphson Method-without derivation & convergence.1 Introduction 3.6 Runge Kutta Method (Second and fourth order). Sr. 3. 4) To gain knowledge of Mathematical and Statistical Computations.14 Lagrange’s formula for interpolation with unequally space points.11 Forward & backward Difference tables. Shift (E). 3) To make students to understand the art of applying mathematical and statistical techniques to solve some real life problems. Commerce Sem-I Subject: Numerical & Statistical Methods (104) Objectives: 1) To understand and Master the concepts.e. 3. Simpson’s 1/3rd rule.3 Numerical Integration-A General Quadrature formula for Equidistance Ordinates. The Trapezoidal rule.2 Numerical Differentiation.2 Bisection method-without derivation and convergence 1. 2) To develop the skills of solving real life problems using computer programming. (without proof) Numerical differentiation.A. Backward . . 3. techniques & applications of Numerical and Statistical Methods. Integration & Solutions of 1 Ordinary Differential Equations.f.4 Picard’s Method of successive approximations.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2008 ) M. of Lectures 4 w.5 Euler’s & Modified Euler’s Method. 3. Relations between them.13 Newton’s Forward Difference & Backward Difference interpolation formulae (without proof) 2. 2. Interpolation 1 2. 3.12 Factorial Notation 2.10 Difference Operators-Forward . Simpson’s 3/8th rule.9 Introduction 2. 2.No.1 Introduction 1.
5. 5. alternative hypothesis. statistical hypothesis.1 H0 : M = M0 v/s 6.8 Examples and problems 2 6 6 .4 Properties of normal distribution (without proof). Testing of hypothesis Large sample Tests 6.1 Normal distribution with mean ‘m’ and variance and σ2 5. moving averages method of least squares for linear trend and exponential smoothing method 4. 2 × 2 contingency table b.2 Meaning and utility 4.6 Concept of Auto regressive models.2.5 Chi-square test of independence of two attributes a. Control Structures 5. first order autoregressive model AR(1) 4.7 paired t test. m × n contingency table 220.127.116.11 Probability density function of 5.5 Methods of estimating trend by graphical method.3 H0 : P = P0 v/s HA : P ≠ P0 6.6 Problems to evaluate probabilities and to find mean and variance.7 Examples and problems.2 Concept of Probability 5.2.5 Additive property of two independent normal variates (without proof).7 Concept of a large sample test for testing HA : M ≠ M0 6. null hypothesis.7 Examples and problems.4 H0 : P1 = P2 v/s HA : P1 ≠ P2 6.2 H0 : M1 = M2 v/s HA : M1 ≠ M2 6.3 Components of time series 4.6 Concept of hypothesis.6 t-test for H0 : M = M0 v/s HA : M ≠ M0 t –test for H0 : M1 = M2 v/s HA : M1 ≠ M2 6. level of significance.F – test for H0 : σ12 = σ22 v/s HA : σ12 ≠ σ22 6.2 Standard normal variate (SNV) 5. 6.3 Examples and problems Small Sample Test 6.2. 5. ratio method. two types of errors.3.UNIT 4 UNIT 5 UNIT 6 Time Series 4.4 Chi-square test of goodness of fit 6. test of significance.4 Additive and multiplicative models 4.
Jayavel Sounderpandian Complete Business statistics 10) D.Saxena Finite Difference and Numerical Analysis 5) S.C. Gupta Fundamentals of Statistics 6) J.C Gupta. Elhance Fundamentals of Statistics .C.Recommended Books : 1) S.Balagurusamy Numerical Methods 4) H.N.S Chandran Statistics for Business and Economics 7) S.Sastry Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis 2) V. P Gupta Statistical Methods 8) S. Gupta Indra Business Statistics 9) Amir D Aczel.S.Rajaraman Computer Oriented Numerical Methods 3) E.
6 Disturbed Systems 1.e.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2009 ) M.3 System calls 3.Commerce Sem – I Subject: Operating System (105) Objectives: The goal of this course is to provide an introduction to the internal operation of modern operating systems. CPU scheduling.4 Time Sharing 1. 2009 UNIT 2 3 UNIT 3 4 UNIT 4 4 UNIT 5 5 . Sr.1 What is an Operating System? 1.2 Operating system services 3.A.4 System programs 3. UNIT 1 Topic Introduction to Operating System 1. In particular.5 Parallel Systems 1.f.3 Multiprogrammed Batched Systems 1.3 Storage structure 2. the course will cover processes. and file systems. of Lectures 3 w.1 Computer system operations 2.4 General system architecture Operating System Structures 3.2 Process scheduling 4. memory management.7 Real time systems Computer–System Structures 2.1 Process concept 4.C.4 Cooperating Processes CPU Scheduling 5.1 System components 3.No. mutual exclusion.2 Simple Batch Systems 1.5 Virtual machines Process management 4.2 I/O structure 2.3 Operation in process 4.1 Basic concepts 5.3 Scheduling algorithms No.2 Scheduling criteria 5. deadlock.
D M Dhamdhere. Tata McGraw-Hill Publication .4 Protection File System Implementation 11.6 Segmentation 8.1 Classical Problems of Synchronization Deadlocks 7. Galvin.3 Semaphores 6.2 Deadlock characterization 7.3 Directory structure 10.2 The critical-section problem 6.2 Allocation Methods 11.2 Access methods 10.3.5 Thrashing File System interface 10.2 Application I/O interface 12.3 Free Space Management I/O Systems 12.2 Demand paging 9.5 Deadlock avoidance 7.2 Logical versus physical address space 8.6 Deadlock detection 7. 5 5 8 6 2 2 2 Recommended Books : 1) Operating System Concepts .1 Background 6.3 Page replacement 9.1 File concept 10.1 I/O hardware 12.3 Swapping 8.7 Segmentation with paging Virtual memory 9.3 Kernel I/O subsystem.5 Paging 8.Gilberschatz . Addison wisely Newyork 2) System Programming and Operating System .1 Background 8.7 Recovery from Deadlock Memory Management 8.4 Deadlock prevention 7.UNIT 6 UNIT 7 UNIT 8 UNIT 9 UNIT 10 UNIT 11 UNIT 12 Process Synchronization 6.4 Contiguous allocation 8.3 Method of handling Deadlocks 7.1 Background 9.4 Page replacement algorithms 9.1 File System Structure 11.1 System model 7.
6 Data dictionary Database Design Methods 4.4 Spiral model 2.e. and that is reasonably easy to understand.Commerce Sem – I Subject: Software Engineering (106) Objectives: 1) Facilitate an understanding of the software development lifecycle.1 SDLC 2.4 Structure chart System Testing 5.3 Testing strategies 5.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2009 ) M.6 System analysis Structured System Analysis and Design Tools and Techniques 3.f.2 Fact finding techniques 3.9 Characteristics of system 1.4 Test data generators No.1 Testing & debugging definition 5.3 Prototyping model 2.4 Structured English 3.C.1 Feasibility Study 3.3 Decision tree & decision tables 3. modify and maintain Sr.12 Categories of information system Software Development Approaches 2. 2009 UNIT 2 7 UNIT 3 10 UNIT 4 7 UNIT 5 4 .3 Input – Output design 4.2 Waterfall model 2.2 Normalization 4.10Elements of system 1.11Types of system 1. UNIT 1 Topic Introduction to system concepts 1.A.5 4GL 2.5 Data flow diagram 3.1 ER – analysis 4. and the engineering practices that define it 2) To help students to develop skills that will enable them to construct software of high quality – software that is reliable.2 Testing objectives & principles 5.No.8 Introduction to system 1. of Lectures 4 w.
5 Reverse engineering 7. 3. Analysis & design of information System :.3 Post Implementation review System Maintenance 7.Pressman.Senn.1 Importance of Maintenance 7. Delhi . System Analysis & design :. System Analysis & design :. Delhi.Awad. System Analysis & design :. 2.3 ISO standards 8.2 Steps of Implementation 6.4 Controlling factors of Maintenance 7. Galgotia Publication 5.2 Tuning & optimization 8.8 Re-engineering Quality Standards 8. Nashik. 4.Khalkar.UNIT 6 UNIT 7 UNIT 8 System Implementation 6.2 Software Maintenance 7.1 Software quality 8.1 Implementation Strategies 6. Tata McGraw-Hill Publication. Software Engineering :.James Seann. Master education Consultants.3 Types of Maintenance 7.Parthasarty . Tata McGraw-Hill Publication.4 Capability maturity model 6 6 6 Recommended Books : 1.
Importance. Corporate Communication Formal & informal communication networks. 2009 UNIT 2 12 UNIT 3 12 UNIT 4 12 Recommended Books : 1) Cross Culture Mgt. function. practices in business communication . No.Etiquette – Meaning. 2. seminars. Process.by Ray French – Universities Press 2) Communication by C.C. cross culture communication.) Sem – II Subject: Business Protocol & Cross Cultural Communication Skills (201) Objectives: 1. Mock interviews. essentials of good communication.Rayudu – Himalaya Publishing 3) Business Communication – by Meenakshi Raman & Prakash Singh – Oxford 4) Basics of Business Communication – by Lesikar & Flately – Tata McGraw Hill .Group discussions.(Com. Sr. Intercultural factors in communication.S. of Lectures 12 w. effective listening exercises. Basic principles of etiquette. UNIT 1 Topic Introduction to communication Meaning & definition.Meaning. importance.e. scope & importance .Role of business protocol & body language in an organization International Communication . cultural sensitiveness & cultural context. To help the students for developing a strong foundation for communication. .Understanding culture. Adopting to Global business.f.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2009 ) M. International etiquette .No.A. Need to understand cross culture communication studies. To make them aware of the importance of business protocol & communication. objective. individual & group presentation & report writings Business Protocol .
18 Database design 1.5 Oerview of the design process 5.8 Fundamental Relational-Algebra Operations 2.8 Embedded SQL 4.f.9 Basic structure of SQL queries 3.6 Integrity constraints 4.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2009 ) M.9 Dynamic SQL Database Design And ER-Model 5.13 Database-system Applications Purpose of database Systems 1. 2009 Sr.7 Authorization 4.17 Relational databases 1.8 Data definition 3.(Com.9 Additional Relational-Algebra Operations 2.) Sem – II Subject: Relational Database Management System (202) w.7 Structure of Relational databases 2. of Lectures 3 UNIT 2 4 UNIT 3 6 UNIT 4 7 UNIT 5 6 .No.16 Modification of the database 3.15 Views 3.14 1.13 Nested sub-queries 3.14 Complex queries 3.10 Extended Relational-Algebra Operations SQL 3.C.12 Null values 3.17 Join relations Advanced SQL 4.15 View of data 1.11 Aggregate Functions 3.7 Constraints 5.8 Entity relationship diagrams No.A.7 Background 3.10 Set operations 3.5 SQL data types and schemas 4.6 The entity relationship model 5. UNIT 1 Topic BASIC CONCEPTS 1.e.16 Database Languages 1.19 Database architecture Relational model 2.
1 Lock based protocols 8.2 Storage Structure 9.5 Recovery with Concurrent Transaction 7 6 6 5 Recommended Books : 1.11 Extended E-R features Relational Database Design 6.8 Decomposition using functional dependencies 6.1 Transaction concept 7. SQL. Tata McGraw-Hill Publication 2.5 Deadlock Handling Recovery System 9. An Introduction to Database Systems :.4 Features of good Relational Designs 6.2 Timestamp based protocols 8. BPB Publication.9 Entity relationship design issues 5.3 Multiple Granularity 8.5 Atomic Domains and first Normal form 6.Ivan Bayross.4 Log based Recovery 9.5 Serializability 7.10 Weak Entity sets 5.2 Transaction state 7.10 Dependencies Transaction Management 7.7 Implementation of Isolation 7. Galgotia Publication 3. Tata McGraw-Hill Publication 4. Database System Concepts :.7 Functional Dependency theory 6.6 Decomposition using functional Dependencies 6.4 Concurrent Execution 7.8 Testing for Serializability Concurrency Control 8.9 Decomposition using multivalued 6.Silberschatz . PL/SQL The Programming Language Oracle :.1 Failure Classification 9.6 Recoverability 7.4 Validation based protocols 8.Bipin Desai.3 Implementation of Atomicity and Durability 7. Korth .UNIT 6 UNIT 7 UNIT 8 UNIT 9 5. Database Management System :-Raghu Ramkrishnan. .3 Recovery and Atomicity 9.
cost Accounting & Cost Accountancy.1.2. Methods of overhead Absorption. Under and Over Absorption of Overheads. Unit 2 Elements of Cost 2. Limitations of Financial Accounting. Meaning and Definition of Overhead 3. Process Costing . Features. Cost Unit & Cost Centre.2. Advantages and Limitations 4. Units Topics Periods 4 Unit 1:Introduction 1.Material. Preparation of Cost Sheet and Accounting of Overheads.4. Operating Costing – Meaning.4.1. Job Costing – Meaning. 1. Features &Objectives (Transport Undertaking only) 14 4 12 .3. Elements of Cost . 2) To provide basic knowledge of important Methods & Techniques of costing. Meaning.) Sem-II Course Title : Cost Accounting and Cost Control Techniques Objectives: To Impart the Knowledge of 1) Basic cost concepts.3. 2.1. Concept of cost.5. 3. Unit 3: Accounting of Overheads 3.C.Master of Computer Application (Commerce) (M. Unit 4:Methods of Costing 4.5. Classification of Overheads 3. Difference between Financial and Cost Accounting. Classification of cost & Types of Costs 2.4 Overhead Absorption . Labour and Expenses. 1. Normal and Abnormal Loss/ Gains 4. Accounting Treatment. 1.Meaning.Meaning overheads rates. Element of cost. Appointment and Re-appointment of overhead 3. Reasons. Course Code: 203 Level of Knowledge : Basic understanding of the subject and its Application. costing. Features. 1. Allocation. Collection.A. Contract Costing – Basic Concepts 4. Preparation of Cost Sheet. Advantages and Limitations of Cost Accounting.18.104.22.168.1.
Unit 5:Techniques of Costing 14 5. Manufacturing industry & Service industry.Definition. Margin of Safety.Variance Analysis – Material. Advantages and disadvantage of Budgetary Control .2. .3. Product/Sales Mix. Variable Cost. Application of Marginal Costing – Shut Down. labour and Overhead Variances only ____________ Total Periods Area of Practical Problems: 1) Cost Sheet 2) Methods of Costing I) Contract Costing – Contract Account and Contractee Account II) Process Costing (Simple Problems) III) Operating Costing (Transport Undertaking Only) 3) Techniques of Costing I) Marginal Costing and its Application II) Budget and Budgetary Control – Flexible and Cash Budget III) Standard Costing – Material and Labour Variances only Allocation of Marks: Theory – 40% Practical Problems – 60% _ 48 Assignment:Costing in Software industry. P/V Ratio. Meaning .Advantages and Limitations of Standard Costing . Budget and Budgetary Control. Objectives. Marginal Costing – Meaning and Various Concepts – Fixed Cost. Contribution. Standard Costing.Definition and Meaning of Various Concepts .1. Break Even Point.Types of Budget 5. Acceptance or rejection of foreign order and Key factor only 5.
com. Ravi Kishor S. Calcutta. Motwani R. Nirali Prakashan – Pune Advanced Cost Accounting and Cost Systems Taxman’s Allied Service Pvt. Prasad - 10. M. Jain and Narang N.N.K.myicwai. Theory and Techniques of Cost Accounting. Ltd. 7. Cost Accounting and Managerial Emphasis. Pointer Publisher. Prof.N.K. Bhagavati Hornefgrain and Datar Journal - 14. Jaipur Cost Accounting. 6. Mahavir book Depot. Maheshwari and S.. Lyengar - 4. 12. Sharma V. Cost Accounting Principles and Practice. R. 2. Kalyani Publishers Principles and Practice of Cost Accounting Book Syndicate Pvt. Arora - S.. Sultan Chand and Sons – New Delhi Cost Accounting Principles and Practice.K.L. 11. Cost Accounting – Text book. New Delhi. Calcutta. Himalaya Publishing House.N. New Delhi.L. 1. 3.References: 1. Subhash Jagtap Practice in Advanced costing and Management Accounting. Pillai and V. Theory and Problems. Mittal B. New Delhi. icwaijournal@hotmail. 2. New Delhi. Lall and G.. Cost Accounting Standards Issued by ICWA of India. New Delhi.com www.P.S. Website - . Practical Costing. Ltd. 13. Cost Accounting Principles and Practice Vikas Publishing House Pvt. Sultan Chand & Sons Accounting Taxman’s. 9. Calcutta.N. Ltd. Saxena and Vashista - 8. Management Accountant Issued by ICWA of India. 5. Cost Accounting.
FUND FLOW AND CASH FLOW STATEMENT 12 Meaning of Fund flow statement -Uses of fund flow statement. Integrated Ratios.– Tools and Techniques of Management Accounting.C. Utility of Cash flow Analysis. Sem – II Subject: Accounting for Management (204) Sr.No.Management Accountant: functions and duties – Essential qualities. Types of Ratios Liquidity Ratios. Horizontal analysis. UNIT 1 Topic No.f. Preparation of Funds Flow Statement. of Lectures 6 w. Funds Flow Statement and Income Statement. . Objectives. Application of marginal costing in Managerial Decision Making BUDGET AND BUDTETORY CONTROL 8 Meaning. Trend analysis. MARGINAL COSTING 10 Meaning of Marginal Cost and Marginal Costing. 4 FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSYS Introduction-objectives of analysis of financial statementtools of financial statement analysis-Multi –step income statement.e. RATIO ANALYSIS 8 Ratio Analysis-Meaning and rationale.Financial Accounting. 2009 – 10 UNIT 2 UNIT 3 UNIT 4 UNIT 5 UNIT 6 INTRODUCTION Management Accounting – Meaning and Definition. Contribution. Solvency Ratios.Advantages and Limitations of Management Accounting –Installation of Management Accounting System.Preparation of Cash Flow Statement. Fixed and Variable cost. advantages. Common sized analysis. Profitability Ratios. Flexible budget – Capital budget. Analytical Balance Sheet.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2008 ) M. Limitations of Cash Flow Analysis. Meaning of Cash flow statement.Types of budgets – Financial budget – Master budget. Cost Accounting and Management Accounting. Difference between Cash Flow Analysis and Funds Flow Analysis. Definition and scope of budget and budgetary control.A. Efficiency Ratios. limitations. scope and functions of Management Accounting. Break-even analysis. Characteristics. advantages and limitations.
M. Pandey: Management Accounting (Vikas) Sr.Recommended Books : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) R. Jawaharlal: Managerial Accounting Man Mohan Goyal: Management Accounting S. Y. Sharma and Shashi K. K. Anthony . K. Maheshwari: : Accounting For Management R. N. Jain: Management Accounting I. Khan. Walsh: Management Accounting Horngren: Introduction to Management Accounting (Pearson) M. Gupta: Management Accounting . N. A. G. K. P. Paul: Management Accounting Dr.
2 Topology 1.3. MAN.4.4.4 Structure 1.5 Components 1. UNIT 1 Topic Basics of Computer Networks 1.2 Broadcast & Point-To-Point Networks 1.6 Server Based LANs & Peer-to-Peer LANs (Comparison of both) 1.2.4.A.6 Comparison of ISO-OSI & TCP/IP Model No.4.4 Communications Types 1.1 Computer Network 1.e.1.5 Modes of Communication : 1. 22.214.171.124.5 Internet Model (TCP/IP) 2. Protocol Stack 2.3 ISO-OSI Reference Model : 2.2 Connection Oriented & connectionless services 2.1 Functions of each layer) 2.1 (Simplex 1.1 (LAN.1 ( Synchronous .1 Layers.f. of Lectures 10 UNIT 2 7 . Internet) 1.2 Half Duplex 1.4 Terminology 2.3 Types of Networks 1. 2009 – 10 Sr.2 Goals 1.7 Protocols and Standards Network Models 2.3.2 Protocol Hierarchy 2.3.1 SAP 2.3 Applications 1.3 Peer Entities 2.C.3 Full Duplex) 1.2 Ports.1.1 Design issues of the layer 2. WAN. Sem – II Subject: Networking Operations (205) w.No.5.Asynchronous) 1.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2008 ) M.1 Types of Topology 126.96.36.199.1.1 Definition 1.
188.8.131.52 UnGuided Media(Wireless) 3.4.1 Guided Media(Wired) : 3. Physical Structure. 3.1.3 Fiber Optics Cable : Physical Structure.1 MAC Sublayer 184.108.40.206.3 Micro-Wave 3. Standards. Scatternet.3 Bridges (Transparent Bridges.2. Spanning Tree.1. Proxy Server) 12 5 .1 Radio Waves 3.4.UTP Vs STP.1. Bluetooth Layers) 3. Advantages & disadvantages 3.5 Gateways 4.Line-Of-Sight) 3.1 Classes of Transmission Media 3. Applications.2.1.1. Fiber Sizes.3.3Wireless Transmission 3.UNIT 3 UNIT 4 Transmission Media 3. Bridges.2 Infra-Red.1 Categories of Connectivity Devices 4.1 Electromagnetic Spectrum For Wireless Communication 3.4 Switches (2-Layer Switch.4. BNC Connector.3 Frame Types 3.1 Passive & Active Hubs 4. 3-Layer Switch(Router) 4.1.6 Network Security Devices ( firewalls .11) Architecture 3.2 Propagation Methods 3. Source Routing Bridges) 4. Propagation Modes (Single Mode & Multimode ).2 Twisted Pair : Physical Structure.5 Bluetooth 3.4 Wireless LANs (IEEE802.1.3.2 Applications Network Connectivity Devices 4. Sky. Applications 3.1.1 (Ground. Connectors .2 Frame Format 220.127.116.11 Coaxial Cable.1 Architecture ( Piconet.2 Repeaters 4.3. Applications .1.1. Connectors.
IEEE 802. Complete Guide to Networking . Topologies.1 Components of NIC 5.3.5 Search Engines 6.4 World Wide Web( WWW ) Architecture.2 Network Adapters 5.2.1 Network Interface Cards(NIC) 5.1 Concept of Intranet & Extranet 6. IEEE 802. IEEE 802.2 Internet Information Server(IIS) 6.2. Data Communications & Networking . Cable.2.2.Andrew Tanenbaum (III Edition) 2. Token Ring) 5.6 Internet Service Providers(ISP) 4 2 Recommended Books : 1.Behrouz Ferouzan (III Edition) 3. ARCNET.2 Functions of NIC 5.1 Ethernet : Basic Features.3 Types of NIC (Ethernet.3. Types. Computer Networks .UNIT 5 UNIT 6 Components of LAN 5.4.Peter Norton .3 Web Server 6.5 Frame format) Internet Basics 6. Web Documents 6.
11 overloading unary operators 6.20 Function overloading 3.C. identifiers.16Manipulators 2.20object oriented programming paradigm 1.A.11 A C++ program with class 4.12 Introduction 5.f. operators & typecasting 2. of Lectures 3 UNIT 2 4 UNIT 3 5 UNIT 4 5 UNIT 5 4 UNIT 6 5 . keywords.19 Inline Functions 3. Specifying a class. UNIT 1 Topic An introduction & overview of C++ 1.12 Array within a class 4.14Scope resolution operators 2.13 Overloading relational & logical operators No. variables .15 Objects as function arguments Constructors & Destructors 5.e.14 Destructors Operator overloading 6.12 Overloading binary operators 6.15Memory management operators 2.17C++ console I/O Functions in C++ 3.21 Friend Function Classes & objects 4.22Benefits of OOPs Token Expressions & control Structures 2.12Symbolic constants 2. call by reference.13Reference variables 2.10 C++ console I/O.No.13 Static data members & Static member functions 4.13 Types of constructors 5.18 Function prototyping.21basic concepts of OOPs 1.University of Pune ( Pattern – 2008 ) M. return by reference 3. defining member functions 4. constants.14 Arrays of objects 4.) Sem – II Subject: Object oriented programming Using C++ & Java (206) w.11Tokens. 2009 Sr. data types.(Com. Header files.
4.9 Types of Inheritance 7. 7 6 6 7 Recommended Books : 1.1 Method overloading 9. C++ complete reference . this. Object Oriented Programming with C++ . Object Oriented Programming with C++ . & Inheritance 7. Java Complete reference:. Programming in Java:. Herbert Schildt.2 Introduction to interfaces 10. Herbert Schildt 3.UNIT 7 UNIT 8 UNIT 9 UNIT 10 Inheritance 7.3 Creation and implementation of interfaces 10. Robert Lafore.6 Creating class and object 9.10 Base class access control 7.8 Constructors 9.2 Method overriding 9. 10.8 Structure of Java program 8. Teach yourself C++ .1 hierarchical) 10.5 Use of static. Tata McGraw-Hill publication 2.11 Constructors & Destructors.Balaguruswamy.Herbert Schildt 6. E. final keyword.7 Memory allocation and deallocation for object 9. super.9 Compilation and execution of Java Program 8.12 Virtual base classes Introduction to Java 8. multilevel.9 Implementation of polymorphism 9.12 Type Casting Classes and Objects 9.4.10 Data Types 8. Techmedia publication 4. Inheritance Implementation of inheritance(Simple.4 Introduction to abstract classes and methods. Tata McGraw-Hill publication 5.Balguruswami .11 Arrays 8.
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