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Semester Pattern Syllabus of B.Sc.-I Computer Science w.e.f. June-2010
Semester - I
Paper Code I II LAB-I Paper Name Computer Fundamentals – I Programming using ‘C’ – I Laboratory Course in Computer Science Theory / Practical Theory Theory Practical Marks 50 50 ---
Semester – II
Paper Code III IV LAB-I Paper Name Computer Fundamentals – II Programming using ‘C’ – II Laboratory Course in Computer Science Theory / Practical Theory Theory Practical Marks 50 50 50
LAB-I : Laboratory Course in Computer Science is based on papers I, II, III and IV.
Touch screen. Raja Raman. Excess 3. Serial and Parallel ports Chapter 3:. Scanner. Control Unit. Octal.Concept of Memory  Primary Memory – RAM. OMR. Input Unit – ALU. Multi-user. limitations. Joystick.Introduction to computer  Definition of computer. multiplication. Digitizer. computer language – high level. Introduction to motherboard. Chapter 2:. assembly level .Computer codes and Number System: BCD. Types of O. MICR. Inkjet. Secondary Storage devices: . Dos internal and external commands.Sc. interpreter. evaluation . Hexadecimal . concept of directory and file. Sinha.Structure of computer: Block diagram. Reference Books:1) Computer Today --Basandra 2) Fundamental of computers --V.S. low level. Printers – Dot-matrix. Plotters Chapter 5:. Word. characteristics.B. classification based on size and purpose. division. Binary Arithmetic – addition. Conversion of Number System.I Paper – I : COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS-I Chapter 1:. Laser. Byte. Light pen. EPROM. Line. Expansion Slots. Bit. Memory Unit. Chapter 4: Input and Output Devices: Input devices: . Out put devices: . Batch files commands. Floppy disk. ones and two’s compliment. SMPS.K. concepts of h/w and s/w. subtraction. ROM. Number System – Binary. generation . – I (Computer Science) Semester . –Single user. PROM. Gray Code.Keyboard. Graphical User. applications of computers in various fields. Magnetic tape. EBCDIC. ASCII. capabilities of computers. Disk Operating System (DOS).Magnetic disk.code.S. 3) Computer Fundaments --P. CD ROM Chapter 6:-Operating System  Definition and Functions of O. Mouse.VDU. compiler. Barcode reader. Decimal. 2 .
bitwise.Paper – II : PROGRAMMING USING ‘C’ . nested if. goto Chapter-4. features • Running and debugging the program.Dennis Ritchie 3) Programming in C. Characteristics.Y. switch • Looping – for statements. continue.Gottfried 4) Programming in ANSII-C . C. • Problem definition • Algorithm. if else. Control Statements  • Conditional control statements. logical.if. while. Introduction to ‘C’  • History • Character set and keywords • Structure of ‘C’ programming • Constant and its type • Variable and its type(Data types) • Operators. Conditional Chapter-3.I Chapter –1.Arithmetic. relational. nested for.break.  Chapter-2.Balgurusamy  3 . Kanetkar 2) ‘C’ programming. do-while statements • Unconditional control statements. Symbol.Definition. Programming Methodology • Step involving in problem solving. increment. decrement. Notation of Algorithm • Flowcharts. Arrays • Array definition and declaration • Single and multidimensional array • String functions Reference Books: 1) Let us C.
II Chapter-1. declaration. Structures and Union • Definition and declaration • Array of structures • Passing structure to function • Pointer to structure • Nested structure. • Standard output. C.Dennis Ritchie 3) Programming in C. File Handling • Standard input.get char ().Gottfried 4) Programming in ANSII-C – Balgurusamy     5 . prototype of function • Local and global variable • User defined function • Storage classes • Preprocessor Chapter-2. modify. Reference Books: 1) Let us C. Functions • Definition. putch (). Pointers • Definition and declaration • Operation on pointer • Pointer initialization • Pointer and function • Pointer and array • Pointer of pointer • Call by value and Call by reference • Dynamic memory allocation Chapter-3. self referential structure • Size of and type def Chapter-4. fsclose () • File opening mode. Kanetkar 2) ‘C’ programming.Y. getche ().open. sscanf (). getch().Paper – IV : Programming Using ‘C’ . putche () • Formatted input.scanf (). write.put char (). append • Text and binary mode.
icons. Hexadecimal Equivalent. Creating folders. drop caps. resizing graphs. 7) MS – EXCEL . Use two Dimensional array as Pointer & Dynamic Memory allocation. 8) Write a program to remove blank lines from a file. if Statement. 13) Write a program that accepts the Roll No. If both alphabets are Vowels then function Should return to the calling function. 12) Write a program to find given string is Palindrome or not using function. 6 . 16) Write a program to input 10 names each of the length at least 8 characters sort them in a alphabetical order.Creating worksheet.I : Laboratory course in Computer Science Laboratory course on paper . auto format. types of functions 8) Internet – creating e – mail accounts. Name. line spacing. selecting text. deleting. typing. 15) Write a program to add two Matrices. undo. Redo.I and III – 1) Demonstration of peripherals 2) Linking of various peripherals 3) Operation of all keys of keyboard 4) DOS – external and internal commands. creating mail merge document. 11) write a program to calculate Matrix Addition. 3) Write a program to find out First Fifty Prime numbers. 5) Write a program to convert given Binary number into its Octal / Decimal. page setup. shortcuts 6) MS – WORD – Creating new documents. Main document. formulas. batch files commands 5) Windows Operating System – Windows explorer. Marks obtained in three tests of ‘N’ students & display the total and Average in tabular format. formatting text – auto format. their previous alphabets. auto correct. Laboratory course on paper – II and IV 1) Write a Program to convert the Temperature in centigrade degree to the Fahrenheit degree. formatting characters. If both alphabets are Constant then function should return their successor alphabets. browsing. 7) Write a Recursive function to find out the Factorial of Given Number. headers and footers Writer’s tools – spelling checker.LAB . of words in a given text file. Graphs. files. 4) Write a program to find GCD & LCM of given number. Multiplication using Functions as well as without Functioning. print manager. Paragraphs. 10) Write a program to reverse the given number. program manger. margins. control panel. 14) Write a program to accepts two alphabets and pass them to the Function via Pointers Which checks for type of these alphabets. 2) check whether given number is even or odd. find and replace Mail merge – Data source. 9) Write a program to count the no. 6) Write a program to display Fibonacci series.
No.No.No. June 2010) Time :.e.f.No.2) (10) Q.2 hrs. 1) -------------------------------------------a) b) c) d) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Answer any Five of the following i) ii) iii) iv) v) vi) A) Answer any Two of the following i) ii) iii) B) Write the Answer/Solve/Problem/Note Answer any Two of the following i) ii) iii) Answer any Two of the following i) ii) iii) Total Marks-50 (10) Q.3) (06) (04) (10) Q. Solapur Nature of Question Paper For Semester Pattern • Faculty of Science (w.Solapur University.1) Multiple choice questions.5) (10) 8 . Q.4) Q. No.
Nature of question paper: A) Nature of questions. Structure of the courses :A) Each paper of every subject for Arts. 9 . Examination fees for semester Examination will be decided in the Board of Examinations.Descriptive type questions / Long Mathematical type questions / Problems. Engineering the course structure shall be as per the resolutions of the respective faculties and Academic Council. C) Questions on any topic may be set in any type of question. There will be internal option (30%) and not overall option. The structures of all courses in all Faculties were approved and placed before the Academic Council. D) For courses which were in semester pattern will have their original distribution already of marks for each paper. D) There will be only five questions in the question paper. C) For B.Short notes / Short answer type questions / Short Mathematical type questions/ Problems. Law. Nature of Question Paper approved by Hon. (6 to 10 Marks each) B) Objective type question will be of multiple choice (MCQ) with four alternatives. 4. All questions will be compulsory. Sc. (2 to 5 Marks each) “40% Marks . Each objective question will carry one mark each. Pharmacy also the paper shall be of 50 marks for University examination. Social Sciences & Commerce Faculty shall be of 50 marks as3 resolved by the respective faculties and Academic Council. As far as possible it should cover entire syllabus.1. After considered deliberations and discussion it was decided not to convene a meeting of the Academic Council for the same matter as there is no deviation from any decision taken by Faculties and Academic Council. will be conducted at the end of second semester. “20% Marks . Internal marks will be given in the form of grades. This answer book will be collected in first 15 minutes for 10 marks and in first 30 minutes for 20 marks. Vice Chancellor on behalf of the Academic Council. I.objectives question” (One mark each and multiple choice questions) “40% Marks . E) For the faculties of Education. All questions should be set in such a way that there should be permutation and combination of questions on all topics from the syllabus. for questions 2 to 5. 2. B) For Science Faculty subjects each paper shall be of 50 marks and practical for every subject shall be of 50 Marks as resolved in the faculty and Academic Council. 3. Practical Examination for B.
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