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BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges

BS (4 Years) Information Technology [I.T.]
Scheme of Studies for Eight Semesters (valid from November, 2012)
Course Title

Course Code

Course Hours

IT-101

3

MATH-131

3

Mechanics and Wave Motion

PHY-121

3

Writing Workshop (IT)

ENG-121
ISE-121

3

SEMESTER-I
Introduction to Computing
Calculus (IT)I

Islamic Studies I

2

Semester's Total Credits
SEMESTER-II

14

Programming Fundamentals

IT-102

3

Calculus-II

IT-102

3

Electricity & Magnetism (IT)

PHY-122

3

Pakistan Studies

PST-111
IT-104

2

Digital Logic Design Lab

IT-105

1

Programming Fundamentals Lab

IT-103

1

Digital Logic Design

3

Semester's Total Credits
SEMESTER-III
Object Oriented Programming

16
IT-201

3

Discrete Mathematics (IT)

MATH-231

3

Communication Skills (IT)

ENG-231

3

Arabic Language

ARB-212
IT-203
IT-204
IT-202

3

Computer Organization & Assembly Language
Computer Organization & Assembly Language Lab
Object Oriented Programming Lab

3
1
1

Semester's Total Credits

17

SEMESTER-IV
Data Structures & Algorithms

IT-207

3

STAT-221

3

IT-205

3

ENG-232

3

Software Engineering

IT-206

3

Islamic Studies-II

ISE-221

2

Data Structures & Algorithms Lab

IT-208

1

Probability & Statistics
Web Engineering
Technical & Business Writing

Semester's Total Credits
SEMESTER-V
Theory of Automata (IT)

Center for Undergraduate Studies, University of the Punjab

18
IT-301

3

1

University of the Punjab 12 2 .BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges Principles of Management (SS) IT-302 3 Introduction to Philosophy (HM) IT-303 3 Database Systems(CMP) IT-304 3 Operating Systems (CMP) IT-306 3 Object Oriented Analysis & Design (ICS) IT-307 3 Database Systems Lab IT-305 1 Semester's Total Credits 19 SEMESTER-VI Internet Programming (IT) IT-308 3 Computer Networks (CMP) IT-309 3 Computer Networks & Lab (CMP) IT-310 1 Information Systems (IT) IT-31 3 Linear Algebra (MA) IT-312 3 Introduction to Psychology (HM) IT-313 3 Introduction to Sociology (SS) IT-314 3 Semester's Total Credits 19 SEMESTER-VII Network Management & Administration IT-401 3 Enterprise Application Development IT-402 3 Database Administration IT-403 3 Project Management IT-404 3 Capstone Project-I IT-405 3 Semester's Total Credits 15 SEMESTER-VIII Network Security IT-406 3 Software Quality Assurance IT-407 3 Introduction to Economics IT-408 3 Capstone Project-II IT-409 3 Semester's Total Credits Center for Undergraduate Studies.

BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges Course Contents for Subjects with Code: IT This document only contains details of courses having code IT. Center for Undergraduate Studies. University of the Punjab 3 .

and to make students productive with widely used software applications and the World-Wide Web (WWW). Computer Hardware. New hardware/software technologies. Loops. Introduction to JavaScript. Privacy and Cyber-Ethics. Functions. Images & Links. Microsoft Word. The Internet. Programming Languages. Prentice Hall. Computers Today. Objective of this course is to get a breadth-first overview of computing and information technology. Introduction to Microsoft Office. ISBN-10: 0131405640 Reference Books  Brookshear. Introduction to Internet Explorer. Computers – Tools for an Information Age. The following topics will be covered in the course: The Information Age. Arrays. Storage & Multimedia. Introduction to Web Development. Introduction to Programming. HTML Tabular Data Control. Database Management Systems. Addison-Wesley. Forms. Lists and Tables. Algorithms & Flowcharts. Computer Networks. Central Processing Unit. Operators & Precedence. University of the Punjab 4 . McGraw Hill. etc. Variables & Data Types. Hrs Semester 3 I Discipline Information Technology Objectives In today’s information age. ISBN-10: 0201781301  Sanders. Artificial Intelligence. Microsoft Power Point.BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges Code Subject Title IT‐101 Introduction to Computing Year 1 Cr. E-commerce. Sixth Edition. ISBN 9780070547018 Center for Undergraduate Studies. computers are used in almost each and every aspect of human life: from cell phones to cruise missiles. Security. Conditional Statements. ISBN10: 0131405640 Deitel. Prentice Hall. Introduction to Microsoft FrontPage. Microsoft Access. Prerequisites None Text Book Capron. Input & Output. from disease diagnostics to design of space ships. Internet & World Wide Web – How to Program. Management Information Systems. Spreadsheets & Business Graphics. Software Engineering. Software. Computer Science – An Overview. Introduction to HTML. Maps and Frames. Microsoft Excel.

Solving absolute value equations and inequalities.1992.mathworld. Calculus. L’Hopital’s rule. 3rd Edition. Calculus with Analytic Geometry. Limits and continuity of trigonometric functions. Emphasis of the course is on modeling and applications. Prerequis ites None Text Book  Anton. The following topics will be covered in this course: Number systems. Local linear approximation. Addison Wesley 10th Edition. It provides a sound foundation in calculus for students of Mathematics and Computer Science. 7th Edition. Slopes and rates of change. Second order linear homogeneous differential equations. 2002. University of the Punjab 5 . John Wiley and Sons. Hrs Semester MATH‐131 Calculus (IT)‐I 3 I Year 1 Discipline Information Technology Objective This course provides a systematic introduction to the aspects of differential and integral calculus. Continuity. Intervals. Inequalities. Functions. Differential equations with boundary value problems . the definite integral. First order differential equations and applications. ISBN: 9971-51-431-1 Reference Books  Thomas and Finney.BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges Code Subject Title Cr. Analysis of functions. Polar coordinates and Graph sketching. Integration. ISBN: 0201163209  Dennis G. 2001. Bivens and Davis. Cullen. Rolle’s theorem and Mean value theorem. Differentials. the indefinite integral. the Derivative. Conic sections in calculus.Zill & Michael R.com Center for Undergraduate Studies. ISBN: 0534418872  Online Material: www. Limits.

ISBN: 978-0-471-32057-9 Recommended Book 1. ISBN-10: 0201603365 Center for Undergraduate Studies. Newton’s laws of motions. Conservation of angular momentum. Physics. Motion in one. Rotational kinematics and dynamics. Oscillations and waves. University Physics. vol. Gravitation. by Sears and Zemansky.BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges Code PHY‐121 Year 1 Subject Title Mechanics and Wave Motion (IT) Cr. vol. Halliday and Krane. University of the Punjab 6 . Resnick. Hrs Semester 3 I Discipline Information Technology To teach students calculus based general physics by way of learning about the following topics in depth: Measurement and vectors. 1. two and three dimensions. Textbook 1. One. 1.and two-dimensional collisions. Work and energy principles. Laws of conservation of momentum and energy.

Components of communication. spelling. University of the Punjab 7 . Strategies for Successful Speaking.purdue. The general principles of communication.BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges Code ENG‐121 Year 1 Subject Title Writing Workshop (IT) Cr.edu Center for Undergraduate Studies. Students learn the craft of writing through practice. handwriting and other mechanics can be taught within writing workshop. Forms of communication: verbal/ nonverbal. Antonyms. Topics: Introduction of communication. and studying the craft of creative and fundamental writings. 4 skills of communication. Concepts and problems of communication. Importance and Benefits of Effective communication. Learners’ Writing in English Recommended Books 1. Students can experiment with a variety of genres.owl. Useful links: www. Project Documentation and Presentation must be treated as compulsory part of this paper.english. Text Book 1. Hrs Semester 3 I Discipline Information Technology The basic philosophy behind writing workshop is to allow students to daily spend time writing for real purposes about things that interest them. Hand outs: Synonyms. Note for the instructor: make frequent use of worksheets in class and in homework assignments. George Stern. Communication and the Global Context. Components of communication. The general principles of communication. English. conferring. Idiomatic Phrases and Difference Between American and British English 2.

understand and appreciate the different dimensions of Islam that they will encounter in their practical life. Qasr (Shortening) and Jama(Joining). Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips. Funeral Rites in Islaam Jamal A. Abu Ameenah Bilal Philips. Text Book Dr.BS (4 Years) for Affiliated Colleges Code Subject Title Cr. Inheritance. This course will also enable the students to appreciate the beauty and excellence of Islamic moral and social teachings and adopt them as their guidance in life thereby demonstrating values and attitudes necessary for a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Hajj. University of the Punjab 8 . Sawm (Fasting). 2003. Death. Jihad. Salah. Rights and Obligations of the Spouses. It should equip them to recognize. Islamic Economics & Finance. The following topics will be covered in this course: Aqeedah. It covers the basic beliefs and practices of Islam. An Introduction to Islamic Economi Center for Undergraduate Studies. Social Interaction Between Men & Women. Burial. Crime & Punishment. The Foundations of Islamic Studies. Aqeeqah and Circumcision (Khittaan). Morals And Manners in Islam. Marriage(Nikah). and issues. what is permitted and what is forbidden for a Muslim in his day-to-day life. 1991. It will also make them aware of their duties as Muslims. The Funeral Prayer. Ihsan. Tehneek . Moral/ Manners / Tazkiyah Nafs. United Kingdom. • Dr. Leicester. Qadda (making up). At-Taharah: Purity And State Of Undefilement Abul A'la Mawdudi. Tazkiyah. • Mohammad Yusuf Islahi. Ethical Viewpoint of Islam Muhammad Akram Khan. This course will enable the students to perform their worship in the manner prescribed by Allah. Major Sins (Kabirah). Badawi. Tahara. Sujood as-Sahw. including what is compulsory. Risalah and Al-Akhira. The Islamic Foundation. New Delhi. Hrs Semester ISE-121 Islamic Studies-I 2 I Year Discipline 1 Information Technology This course provides a comprehensive knowledge of Islam. Etiquettes of Life In Islam. The Law of Divorce. Al-Jihad Fil Islam Dr. Salah at-Taraaweeh (The Night Prayer). Introduction to Islam Reference Material • Marwan Ibrahim Al-Kaysi. Human Rights in Islam Abul A'la Mawdudi. Male/Female relationship. practices. Contemporary issues. Food and Dress/Adornment. Birth. Zakaah. concepts of Taqwa. Markazi Maktabah Islami Publishers. • • • • • • • John Esposito. Islam: The Straight Path Abul A'la Mawdudi. Tawheed. This course is intended to familiarize students with a range of the most important Islamic beliefs. Huqooq ullah and Huqooq ul-Ibad. Muhammad Hamidullah.