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I am thinking to take admission in MCA Course at Jadavpur University. I need syllabus of see subjects offering by this University. So someone is here who will provide syllabus of MCA Course of Jadavpur University?
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As you want syllabus of MCA Course offering by Jadavpur University, so I am providing complete syllabus here:

JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY MCA SYLLABUS:

CSE/MCA/T/111A Introduction to Programming

Introduction to computing: [1L]
block architecture of a computer, bit, bytes, memory, representation of numbers in memory

Introduction to problem solving: [2L]
Basic concepts of an algorithm, program design methods, flowcharts.

Introduction to C programming: [2L]
A Brief History of C, C is middle-level Language, is a Structured Language, Complier Vs
Interpreters, The Form of a C Program, Library & Linking, Compilation & Execution process of C Program .

Variables, Data Types, Operator & Expression: [3L]
Character Set, Token, Identifier & Keyword, Constant, Integer, Floating Point, Character,
String, Enumeration, Data Types in C, Data Declaration & Definition Operator & Expression,
Arithmetic, Relational, Logical, Increment & Decrement, Bit wise, Assignment, Conditional,
Precedence & Associability of Operators.

Console I/O: [2L]
Introduction, Character input & Output, String Input & Output, Formatted Input/Output
(scanf/printf), sprintf & sscanf

Control Statement: [4L]
Introduction, Selection Statements, Nested if, if-else-if, The ? Alternative, The Conditional
Expression, switch, Nested switch, Iteration Statements, for loop, while loop, do-while loop,
Jump Statements, Goto & label, break & continue, exit() function

Array & String: [5L]
Single Dimension Arrays, Accessing array elements, Initializing an array, Multidimensional
Arrays, Initializing the arrays, Memory Representation, Accessing array elements, String
Manipulation Functions, searching, sorting an array.

Function: [3L]
Introduction, advantages of modular design, prototype declaration, Arguments & local variables,Returning Function Results by reference & Call by value, passing arrays to a function, Recursion

Storage Class & Scope: [2L]
Meaning of Terms, Scope - Block scope & file scope, Storage Classes Automatic Storage,
Extern Storage, Static, Storage, Register Storage

Pointers: [6L]
Introduction, Memory Organization, The basics of Pointer, The Pointer operator Application ofPointer, Pointer Expression, Declaration of Pointer, Initializing Pointer, De-referencing Pointer,Void Pointer, Pointer Arithmetic, Precedence of &, * operators Pointer to Pointer, ConstantPointer, Dynamic memory allocation, passing pointer to a function, array of pointers, accessingarrays using pointers, handling strings using pointers

Structure, Union, Enumeration & typedef: [3L]
Structures, Declaration and Initializing Structure, Accessing Structure members, Structure,
Assignments, Arrays of Structure, Passing, Structure to function, Structure Pointer, Unions,

C Preprocessor: [2L]
Introduction, Preprocessor Directive, Macro Substitution, File Inclusion directive, ConditionalCompilation

File handling: [5L]
Introduction, File Pointer, Defining & Opening a File, Closing a File, Input/Output Operationson Files, Operations on Text mode files and binary mode files, Error Handling During I/OOperation, Random Access To Files, Command Line Arguments

CSE/MCA/T/112A Digital Systems

Difference between Analog and Digital Systems.[1L]

Number Systems :
Binary number systems, Conversion of binary numbers to decimal numbers and vice-versa,
Binary addition, Representation of negative numbers, Binary subtraction, Binary multiplicationand division, Octal and hexadecimal numbers, conversion from binary to octal or hexadecimaland vice-versa. [6L]

Binary codes :
Binary Coded Decimal (8421 BCD, Excess-3 BCD) , Addition of BCD numbers, Gray code,
Error detecting code, Seven-segment display code, other Alphanumeric codes (ASCII, EBCDIC,ISCII, UNICODE).[6L]

Boolean algebra and Logic Gates:
Truth Table, AND, OR , NOT and Exclusive-OR operations, Venn Diagram,
De Morgan’s Theorem, Universal logic operations, Writing Boolean functions from truth table,AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, Exclusive-OR, Exclusive-NOR.[4L]

Logic Families: Bipolar Logic Families ( RTL, DTL, HTL, TTL, ECL), MOS families
(MOSFET, CMOS, BiCMOS).[5L]

Minimization of Boolean functions:
Karnaugh-Veitch Map method, Quine-McClausky Method.[4L]

Combinational digital circuits:
Encoder, Decoder, Multiplexer, Demultiplexer, Magnitude comparator, Parity generator, Paritychecker, Half-adder, Full-adder, Sequential adder, Parallel adder, Carry-Look-Ahead adder[6L]

Sequential digital circuits:
Flip-flops, Registers, Up-down counters, asynchronous and synchronous counters,
design methodology of sequential circuits.[8L]

CSE/MCA/T/113A Management Information Systems

An overview of MIS – Structure of a MIS – Hardware, Software and Communication technologyfor information systems – concepts of information. [2L]

Storage and retrieval of data – transaction processing – office automation and information
processing - control functions – Decision making process – phases in the decision making
process – Intelligence and design phases – concepts of decision making – Behavioral models ofthe decision maker/decision making. [12L]

System concepts – system concepts applied to management information systems – concepts ofplanning and control – Organizational structure and management concepts [8L]

Decision support systems – support systems for planning, control and decision making – support systems for management of knowledge work – Information systems requirements – strategies forthe determination of Information requirements. [10L]

Data base requirements – user interface requirements – developing and implementing applicationsystems – Quality assurance and evaluation of Information systems – future developments andtheir organizational and social implications. [8L]

JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY MCA SYLLABUS:




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