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Re: Krishna University MCA Syllabus
You want the syllabus for MCA. Duration of the course: 3 years (Six semesters). Eligibility criteria for admission: The candidate seeking admission in to M.C.A course should have passed a Bachelors Degree examination of not less than three years Duration in any discipline with mathematics at 10+2 level or should have passed Bachelors Degree Examination of not less than three years duration in any discipline with Mathematics as one of the subjects. We are giving you a PDF file where you can see syllabus and many more information about MCA. In above PDF file you can see Mode of Admission, Objectives of the course, Course structure and Scheme of Examination, Credit System, Gradation System, Number days.
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Re: Krishna University MCA Syllabus Here I am providing you syllabus of MCA of Krishna University. Semester I S. No Subject Code Name of the Subject 1. MCA 101 IT Fundamentals 2. MCA 102 Programming in C 3. MCA 103 Computer Organization 4. MCA 104 Discrete Mathematical Structures 5. MCA 105 Accounting & Financial Management 6. MCA 106 PC Software Lab 7. MCA 107 C Lab 8. MCA 108 Seminar/soft skills Semester II S.No Subject Code Name of the Subject 1. MCA 201 Language Processors 2. MCA 202 Database Management System 3. MCA 203 Data Structures using C++ 4. MCA 204 Operating Systems 5. MCA 205 Probability & Statistics 6. MCA 206 Data Structure using C++ Lab 7. MCA 207 DBMS Lab 8. MCA 208 Seminar/soft skills For the detailed syllabus Here is the PDF file. 
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Re: Krishna University MCA Syllabus
Krishna University was established in 2008 by the state of Andhra Pradesh. Duration of the course 3 years (Six semesters) In take 40 Seats Krishna University MCA Syllabus: Semester I MCA 101 IT Fundamentals MCA 102 Programming in C MCA 103 Computer Organization MCA 104 Discrete Mathematical Structures MCA 105 Accounting & Financial Management MCA 106 PC Software Lab MCA 107 C Lab MCA 108 Seminar/soft skills Semester II MCA 201 Language Processors MCA 202 Database Management System MCA 203 Data Structures using C++ MCA 204 Operating Systems MCA 205 Probability & Statistics MCA 206 Data Structure using C++ Lab MCA 207 DBMS Lab MCA 208 Seminar/soft skills Semester III MCA 301 Object Oriented Programming through JAVA MCA 302 Computer Networks MCA 303 Operations Research MCA 304 Computer Graphics MCA 305 Artificial Intelligence MCA 306 Java Programming Lab MCA 307 Unix & Shell Lab MCA 308 Seminar/soft skills Semester IV MCA 401 Principals of Programming Languages MCA 402 Object Oriented Modeling and Design Using UML MCA 403 Web Technologies MCA 404 Software Engineering MCA405.1 Elective (One to be chosen) Grid and Cluster Computing MCA405.2 Cryptography and Networks Security MCA405.3 Simulation Modeling and Analysis MCA 406 Web Technologies Lab MCA 407 Visual Programming Lab MCA 408 Seminar/soft skills Krishna University MCA Syllabus MCA 101: IT FUNDAMENTALS Details of the syllabus Unit 1 Business and information technology Business in the information age: Pressures and responses, why you need to know about Information Technology, what is an Information System? Information technologies in the modern organization Basic concepts of information systems organizations: Structure and IT support, IT support at different organizational levels, managing Information Technology in organizations, IT people and careers. Unit 2 Computer hardware: The significance of hardware, the central processing unit, computer memory, computer hierarchy, input technologies, output technologies Computer software: Software history and significance, system software, application software, software issues, programming languages, enterprise software Managing organizational data and information: Basics of data arrangement and access, the traditional file environment, Databases The modern approach, database management system, logical data models, data warehouses Unit 3 Telecommunications and networks: The Telecommunications system, networks, network communication software, network processing strategies, Telecommunication applications The Internet, Intranets and Extranets: What exactly is the Internet?, the evolution of the Internet, the operation of the Internet, services provided by the Internet, the World Wide Web, Internet Challenges, Intranets, Extranets, Enterprise information protocols, The Mobile Internet Unit 4 Functional, Enterprise, and Inter Organizational Systems: Information Systems to support business functions, transaction processing. Information systems, accounting and finance systems, marketing and sales systems, production and operations management systems, human resources management systems, integrated information systems and enterprise resource planning, inter organizational /global information systems Electronic Commerce: Overview of E commerce, business to consumer applications, market research, advertising, and consumer service, business to business collaborative commerce applications, innovative applications of E commerce, infrastructure and E commerce support service Unit 5 Computer based supply chain management and information systems integration: Supply chain and their management, supply chain problems and solutions, IT supply chain support and systems integration Data, Knowledge, and Decision support: Management and decision making, data transformation and management, decision support systems Text books Author Title Publisher 1 EFRAIM Turban, R. Kelly Rainer, Richard E. Potter Introduction to Information Technology John Wiley(2000) (Chapter 19, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 and 11.1, 11.2, 11.3 only) Reference books Author Title Publisher 1 ITL Education Solutions Ltd Introduction to Information Technology Pearson India(2008) 2 Deborah Morley, Charless S. Parker Understanding Computers Today and Tomorrow 11th edition, Thomson (2007) 3 Aksoy, DeNardis Introduction to Information Technology Cengage Learning (2008) 4 Ajoy Kumar Ray, Tinku Acharya Information Technology PHI MCA 102: PROGRAMMING WITH C Details of the syllabus Unit 1 Introductory Concepts: Types of Programming Languages, Introduction to C, Desirable Program Characteristics Introduction to C Programming: The C Character Set, Writing First Program of C, Identifiers and Keywords, Datatypes, Constants, Variables and Arrays, Declarations, Expressions Statements, Symbolic Constants Operators and Expressions: Arithmetic Operators, Unary Operators, Relational and Logical Operators, Assignment Operators, The Conditional Operator, Library Functions. Data Input and Output: Preliminaries, Single Character InputThe Getchar Function, Single Character Output The Putchar Function, Enter Input Data The Scanf Function, More About the Scanf Function, Writing Output Data The Printf Function, More About the Printf Function, The Gets and Puts Functions Preparing and Running A Complete C Program: Planning a C Program, Writing a C Program, Error Diagnostics, Debugging Techniques Unit 2 Control Statements: Preliminaries, Branching: The IFELSE Statement, Looping: The while Statement, More Looping: The dowhile Statement, Still More Looping: The for Statement, Nested Control Structures, The Switch Statement, The break Statement, The continue Statement, The comma Statement, The goto Statement. Functions: A Brief Overview, Defining a Function, Accessing a Function, Function Prototypes, Passing Arguments to a Function, Recursion Program Structure: Storage Classes, Automatic Variables, External (Global) Variables, Static Variables. Unit 3 Arrays: Defining an Array, Processing an Array, Passing Arrays to Functions, Multidimensional Arrays, Arrays and Strings Pointers: Fundamentals, Pointer Declarations, Passing Pointers to a Function, Pointers and Onedimensional Arrays, Dynamic Memory Allocation, Operations on Pointers, Pointers and Multidimensional Arrays, Arrays of Pointers, Passing Functions to Other Functions Unit 4 Structures and Unions: Defining a Structure, Processing a Structure, Userdefined Data Types (Typedef), Structure and Pointers, Passing Structures to Functions, Selfreferential Structures, Unions Data Files: Why Files, Opening and Closing a Data File, Reading and Writing a Data File, Processing a Data File, Unformatted Data Files, Concept of Binary Files Unit 5 LowLevel Programming: Register Variables, Bitwise Operations, Bit Fields Some Additional Features of C: Enumerations, Command Line Parameters, More About Library Functions, Macros, The C Processor Appendix H Library Functions Text books Author Title Publisher 1 Byron S Gottfriend Programming with C Second Edition, Schaum Out Lines, TATA Mc Graw Hill (2007) Chapters: 1.8 to 1.10,2,3,4,5,6,7,8.1 to 8.4,9,10.1 to 10.9,11,12,13,14 and Appendix H Reference books Author Title Publisher 1 Behrouy A. Foreuyan & Richard F. Gilberg Computer Science A structured programming Approach using C Third Edition, Cengage Learning (2008) 2 Herbert Schildt The Complete Reference C Fourth Edition, TMH (2008) 3 Ashok N. Kamthane Programming with ANSI and TurboC Pearson Education (2008) 4 Mullish Cooper The Spirit of C An Introduction to Moderen Programming Jaico Books (2006) MCA 103: COMPUTER ORGANISATION Details of the syllabus Unit 1 Digital Logic Circuits: Digital Computers, Logic Gates, Boolean algebra, Map Simplification, Combinational Circuits, Flipflops, Sequential Circuits. Digital Components: Integrated Circuits, Decoders, Multiplexers, Registers, Shift Registers, Binary Counters, Memory Unit. Unit 2 Data Representation: Data types, Complements, Fixedpoint Representation, Floatingpoint representation, other binary codes, Error detection Codes. Register Transfer and Micro operations: Register transfer language, Register transfer, Bus & memory Transfers, Arithmetic micro operations, logic micro operations, Shift micro operations, Arithmetic Logic Shift Unit Basic Computer Organization and Design: Instruction Codes, Computer registers, Computer Instructions, Timing and Control, Instruction Cycle, Memory Reference Instructions, Inputoutput Interrupt Unit 3 Micro programmed Control: Control memory, Address Sequencing, Micro program Example, Design of control Unit. Central Processing Unit: General Register Organization, Stack Organization, Instruction Formats, Addressing Modes, Data Transfer and Manipulation, Program Control Unit 4 Computer Arithmetic: Introduction, Addition and subtraction, Multiplication algorithm, Floating point arithmetic operations, Decimal Arithmetic unit, Decimal Arithmetic operations. Unit 5 InputOutput Organization: Peripheral Devices, InputOutput Interface, Asynchronous Data Transfer, Modes of Transfer, Priority Interrupt Memory Organization: Memory Hierarchy, Main Memory, Auxiliary Memory, Associative Memory, Cache Memory Text books Author Title Publisher 1 M. Morris Mano Computer System Architecture 3rd Edition, Pearson Education (2008). Chapters : 1,2,3, 4, 5.1 to 5.7, 7, 8.1 to 8.7, 10.2 to 10.5, 11.1 to 11.5, 12.1 to 12.5 Reference books Author Title Publisher 1 V. Rajaraman, T. Radha Krishnan Computer Organization and Architecture PHI 2 Behrooz Parhami Computer Architecture Oxford (2007) 3 ISRD group Computer Organization ace series, TMH (2007) 4 William Stallings Computer Organization and Architecture Designing for Performance Pearson Education (2005) 5 P.Chakraborty Computer Architecture and Organization 1. Jaico Books (2008) MCA 104: DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES Details of the syllabus Unit 1 The Foundations: Logic and Proofs: Propositional Logic Propositional Equivalences Predicates and Quantifiers Nested Quantifiers Rules of Inference Introduction to Proofs Proof Methods and Strategy Basic Structures: Sets, Functions, Sequences and Sums: Sets Set Operations Functions Sequences and Summations The Fundamentals : Algorithms , The Integers and Matrices: Algorithms The Growth of Functions Complexity of Algorithms The Integers And Divisions Primes and Greatest Common Divisors Integers and Algorithms Applications of Number Theory Matrices Unit 2 Introduction and Recursion : Mathematical Induction Strong Induction and WellOrdering Recursive Definitions and Structural Induction Recursive Algorithms Program Correctness Counting: The Basics of Counting The Pigeon Hole Principle Permutations and Combinations Binomial Coefficients Generalized Permutations and Combinations Generating Permutations and Combinations Unit 3 Advanced Counting Techniques: Recurrence Relations Solving Linear Recurrence Relations Divide and Conquer Algorithms and Recurrence Relations Generating Functions Inclusion Exclusion Applications of Inclusion & Exclusion Relations : Relations and Their Properties nary Relations and Their Applications Representing Relations Closures of Relations Equivalence Relations Partial Orderings Unit 4 Graphs: Graphs and Graph Models Graph Terminology and Special Types of Graphs Representing Graphs and Graph Isomorphisms Connectivity Euler and Hamilton Paths Shortest Path Problems Planar Graphs  Graph Coloring Unit 5 Trees: Introduction to Trees Applications of Trees Tree Traversal Spanning Trees Minimum Spanning Trees Boolean Algebra: Boolean Functions Representing Boolean Functions Logic Gates Minimization of Circuits Text books Author Title Publisher 1 Kenneth H Rosen Discrete Mathematics and its Applications 6thEdition, McGrawHill (2007) Chapters(110) Reference books Author Title Publisher 1 Ralph P. Grimaldi, B.V. Ramana Discrete and Combinational Mathematics 5th Edition, Pearson Education (2008). 2 Swapan Kumar Sarkar A Text Book of Discrete Mathematics S.Chand (2008) 3 D.S.Malik and M.K.Sen Discrete Mathematical Structures Thomson (2006) MCA 105: ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Details of the syllabus Unit 1 Financial Accounting: Accounting Concepts, Double Entry System, Journalledger Trail balance preparation of final accounts, Nature of financial statementpreparation of tradingprofit and loss accountsbalance sheet of joint stock companies. Unit 2 Cost Accounting:  Cost Sheet, Marginal Costing, Budget & Budgetary Control. Unit 3 Cost Accounting & Financial Management:  Standard Costing, Nature and scope of finance function, Nature of financial decisions. Unit 4 Financial Analysis:  Concepts of Financial Analysis. Unit 5 Working Capital Management:  Concepts of Working capital, Inventory Management, Forecasting of working capital managemen Facilities; Laboratories, Internet, Reading room, Guest house, and Extracurricular activities Address: Krishna University Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh 521002 Map; For more detailed syllabus here I am attaching pdf file ..
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