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Course- BCA

Code: BCA201
CONTACTS: 3L + 1T
CREDITS: 4
Microprocessors (8085 features), bus structure, Data representation, Register transfer and
micro-operations, Central processing unit, Pipeline and vector processing.
Computer arithmetic, Input-output organisation, Memory organisation, CPU architecture,
instruction format, addressing mode, stacks and handling of interrupts.
Basic computer organisation and design, programming the computer with assembly language
(same basic applications), Micro-programmed control.
Books:
1.Computer Organization, Hamacher, TMH
2.0000 to 8085 : Introduction to Microprocessors for Engineers & Scientists,Ghosh &
Sridhar,PHI
3.Computer Organization & System Software, EXCEL BOOKS
4.System Architecture, Burd, VIKAS
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Microprocessors (8085 features)


Data representation, Handling of interrupts
bus structure, Computer arithmetic, Input-output organisation,
CPU architecture, Central processing unit,Pipeline and vector

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processing
Register transfer and micro-operations,
instruction format, addressing mode, stacks
programming the computer with assembly language (same

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basic applications)
programming the computer with assembly language (same

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basic applications)
Input-output organisation, Memory organisation,
Basic computer organisation and design,

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Micro-programmed control.
Code: BCA 403
CONTACTS: 3L + 1 T
CREDITS: 4
Project management concepts
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People, process, project and product (4P)


Planning software. Projects project schedule, PERT, Gantt Charts, S/W project plan
document.
System development life cycle.
Project teams, project monitoring and controls- Formal Technical Review (FTR),Cost
estimation, COCOMO model, S/W metrics-size oriented and functions oriented.
Using. project management software tools, quality management, issue, standards and
methods. ISO and CMM
Risk management, Configuration management.
Books:
1.Software Project Management, Hughes, TMH
2.Software Project Management,Kelkar,PHI
2.Information System Project Mgmt., Schwable, VIKAS
4.Software Project Management from concept to deployment with CD, Kieron Conway,
Wiley Dreamtech
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product (4P)
Project teams,
System development life cycle, Formal Technical Review

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(FTR),
Planning software. Projects project schedule, S/W project

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plan document.
Risk management, Configuration management.

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project monitoring and controls


PERT, Gantt Charts
Cost estimation, COCOMO model, S/W metrics-size oriented

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and functions oriented.


Using. project management

software

tools,

quality

management, issue, standards and methods. ISO and CMM

Course- MBA
[SM - 404] : SOFTWARE MANAGEMENT
1. Introduction to Software Processes and Metrics, problems: [2L]
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Goals and requirements of Software Development.


2. Software Project Planning: [5L]
Project Process Groups (Initiating, Planning, Executing, Controlling and Closing Processes).
Planning Activities Schedule Development, Resource Planning, Cost estimating /
Budgeting, Quality Planning, Human
Resource Planning, Communication Planning, Risk Management Planning, Procurement
Planning, Developing on
Information Technology, Project Management Methodology, Software Project Management
Plan (SPMP).
Change Control on Information Technology Projects.
3. Project Scope Management: [2L]
Definition, Project Initiation strategic planning & project selection, Project Charters, the
scope statement, Work
Breakdown Structure - approaches (using guidelines, the Analogy Approach, Top Down &
bottom up Approaches ),
Scope Verification and Scope change Control.
4. Project Time Management: [4L]
Project Schedule, Project Network Diagrams ( AOA or ADM, PDM ), Activity duration
Estimating, Gantt Charts, Critical
Path method , PERT.
5. Project Cost Management: [6L]
Importance, Basic Principles, Cost Estimating (Types), Techniques and Tools, Problems with
Cost Estimates, Cost Control,
Earned Value Management.
Estimation Techniques:
COCOMO (Basic, Intermediate & complete COCOMO Model)
Halsteads Software Science
Putnam Model
Jensen Model
6. Quality Management: [6L]
Quality Planning, Assurance & Control, Leadership - Cost of Quality, Organizational
Influences, Work Place factors &
Quality, Maturity Models.
[CMM, CMMi, Six Sigma], Zero defect, Quality assurance.
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7. Project Human Resource Management: [2L]


Managing People (Motivation Theories, Influences & power, Improving Effectiveness),
Organizational Planning, Staff
Acquisition & Team Development.
8. Project Communication Management: [2L]
Importance, Communication Planning, Information Distribution, Performance Reporting,
Administrative Closure.
9. Disaster Recovery Planning & Risk Management: [4L]
Importance, Risk Management Planning, Sources of Risk, Risk Identification, Qualitative &
Quantitative Risk, Risk
Response Planning , Risk Monitoring & Control.
10. Change management: [2L]
Configuration management, ITIL methodology
11. Project Procurement Management: [2L]
Importance, Planning , Solicitation Planning, Solicitation, Contract Administration & Close
Out.
12. Using Project Management Tool: [3P]
MS Project 2000 / 2003. Case Study.
Suggested Readings:
Behforooz: Software Engg. Fundamentals, OUP
Hughes & Cotterell, Software Project Management: TMH
Mall, Rajib: Fundamentals of Software Engineering, PHI.
Maylor: Project Mgmt., Pearson Education
Pressman: Software Engineering, McGraw Hill
Schwalbe, Kathy: Information Technology Project Management, Thomson Learning.
Basics of Software Project Management: NIIT, PHI
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[MB-205]: Management Information Systems II

[Information System Management]


[1] Management Information System (MIS): [6L]
Definition, Characteristics, Subsystems of MIS (Activity and Functional subsystems),
Structure of MIS; Reasons for failure of MIS.
Understanding Major Functional Systems: Marketing & Sales Systems, Finance &
Accounting Systems, Manufacturing &
Production Systems, Human Resource Systems, Inventory Systems; their sub systems,
description and organizational levels.
[2] Decision Support Systems (DSS): [3L]
Definition, Relationship with MIS, Evolution of DSS, Characteristics, classification,
objectives, components, applications of
DSS.
[3] ERP, CRM, SCM [12L]
ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning):
[a] Concepts of ERP, architecture of ERP, Generic modules of ERP,
Applications of ERP, concept of XRP (extended ERP)
[b] Features of commercial software like SAP, Oracle Apps, MS Dynamics NAV, Peoplesoft
CRM (Customer Relationship Management):
[a] Concepts of CRM, Features of CRM (acquisition and retention)
[b] Features of commercial software like I2-Rhythm, SIEBEL
SCM (supply Chain Management):
[a] Concepts of SCM, drivers of SCM, inbound & outbound
[b] Definition, brief description and applicability of: eProcurement, eTailing, eLogistics,
eCollaboration, eIntegration.
Case studies for ERP, CRM, SCM
[4] Database Management Systems (DBMS) [e.g. MS-Access/ Oracle/ MS SQL Server /
MySQL etc.] [4L+6P]
[a] What is a DBMS. Need for using DBMS. Concepts of tables, records, attributes, keys,
integrity constraints, 3-schema
architecture, data independence.
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[b] SQL: DDL & DML concepts, SQL commands [ANSI standard].
[5] Data Warehousing and Data Mining [5L]
Concepts of Data warehousing, data mart, meta data, multidimensional modeling,
Online Analytical Processing (OLAP), Online Transaction Processing (OLTP), Knowledge
Management System (KMS),
Active Knowledge Management Server (AKMS)
Features of commercial software like Informatica
Data mining concepts, knowledge discovery v. data mining, data mining applications.
Case studies on data warehousing / data mining
[6] Outsourcing [4L]
Concepts of BPO, KPO
Business Process Outsourcing: Concept & Application, Advantages & Disadvantages, Types
of outsourcing, Resource
Requirements.
Technical framework of automated outsourcing.
Documentation: contracts, Service Level Agreements (SLA), Non-disclosure Agreements
(NDA).
Other Applications Remote Transaction Processing.
Suggested Readings:
Dan W. Paterson, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence & Expert System, PHI./Pearson
Education
Davis & Olson, Management Information System, Tata McGraw Hill
ISRD, Introduction to Database Management Systems, Tata McGraw Hill
Ivan Bayross : SQL & PL/SQL , BPB
Leon : ERP, Leon Tech Press
Loney & Koch: The Oracle 9i Complete Reference, Oracle Press
Loudon and Loudon, Management Information System, Prentice Hall/Pearson Education
Mahadeo Jaiswal & Monica Mittal : Management Information Systems, OUP
Michale J. Berry and Gordon S. Linoff, Mastering Data mining The Art and Science of
Customer Relationship
Management
O Brien, Introduction to Management Information System, Tata McGraw Hill
Sadagopan : ERP : A Managerial Perspective, Tata McGraw Hill.
Turban, Aronson : Decision Support System & Intelligent System , Pearson Education.
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Definition, Characteristics, Subsystems of MIS (Activity and

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Functional subsystems),Structure of MIS;


Understanding Major Functional Systems: Marketing & Sales
Systems, Finance & Accounting Systems, Manufacturing &
Production Systems, Human Resource Systems, Inventory
Systems; their sub systems, description and organizational

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levels.
ERP(Enterprise Resource Planning):
[a] Concepts of ERP, architecture of ERP, Generic modules of
ERP, Applications of ERP,
[b] Features of commercial software like SAP, Oracle Apps,

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MS Dynamics NAV, Peoplesoft


[b] Definition, brief description and applicability of:
eProcurement,

eTailing,

eLogistics,

eCollaboration,

eIntegration.
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Case studies for ERP, CRM, SCM


SCM (supply Chain Management):

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[a] Concepts of SCM, drivers of SCM, inbound & outbound


CRM (Customer Relationship Management):
[a] Concepts of CRM, Features of CRM (acquisition and
retention)

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[b] Features of commercial software like I2-Rhythm, SIEBEL


Case studies for ERP, CRM, SCM
[a] What is a DBMS. Need for using DBMS. Concepts of

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tables, records, attributes, keys, integrity constraints,ase


3-schema architecture
3-schema architecture (ERD)

Course- MHA
PAPER VIII : HEALTH MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
Code MHA 208
Credit- 3
Total Hours - 30

To study the need of management and information together forming a system integration of
different aspects of MIS and preparation of information system manual
_ Why to have HMIS in Hospital set up
_ Health Information System
_ Hospital Information System
_ Management Information System
_ MIS as a tool to managerial control
Suggested Reading
_ Management Information System - Srivastava
_ HIMS - NIHFW Monograph, Govt. of India
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To study the need of management and information together


forming a system integration of different aspects of MIS and

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preparation of information system manual of MIS;


_ Management Information System
_ MIS as a tool to managerial control
Health Information Management:

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Introduction
Objectives
Benefits
Health System research
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ERP and related discussion +
Computers in Hospital Information System:

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Introduction
Itilities
Advantages and Disadvantage
Concepts of Hospital Computerization
Medical Audit:

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Introduction n Defintion
Importance
Methodology
Ratio Analysis
HMIS

Introduction
Classification of hmis
Data collection
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Data Analysis
Benefits of HMIS
_ Why to have HMIS in Hospital set up