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Here I am giving you list of subject offer in bachelor of computer application course offer by Pune university in a PDF file attached with it so you can get it easily..

BCA syllabus :
Semester – I
Course No. Newly Proposed Subject
101 Business Communication
102 Principles of Management
103 Programming Principles and Algorithms
104 Computer Fundamental and Office Automation
105 Business Accounting
106 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (OA+PPA)

Semester – II
Course No. Newly Proposed Subject
201 Organizational Behavior
202 Elements of Statistics
203 ‘C’ Programming
204 File Structure and Database Concepts
205 Cost Accounting
206 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (C.P +
DBMS)

Semester – III
Course No. Newly Proposed Subject
301 Numerical Methods
302 Data Structure using C
303 Software Engineering
304 Management Accounting
305 RDBMS
306 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (D.S +
RDBMS)

Semester – IV
Course No. Newly Proposed Subject
401 Networking
402 Visual Basic
403 Inventory Management (SAD)
404 Human Resource Management
405 Object Oriented Programming using C++
406 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work ( VB + C++ )

Semester – V
Course No. Newly Proposed Subject
501 .NET Frameworks
502 Internet Programming and Cyber Law
503 Principals of Marketing
504 Core Java
505 Project work ( VB )
506 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (.NET + Core
Java )

Semester – VI
Course No. Newly Proposed Subject
601 E-Commerce
602 Multimedia Systems
603 Introduction to SysPro And Operating Systems
604 Advance Java
605 Project Work ( Banking & Finance , Cost Analysis ,
Financial Analysis ,Payroll , EDP ,ERP etc.)
606 Computer Laboratory and Practical Work (Multimedia +
Advanced Java)

Syllabus Semester I
Business Communication
Course Code: 101
Objectives:
1) To understand the concept, process and importance of communication.
2) To gain knowledge of media of communication.
3) To develop skills of effective communication - both written and oral.
4) To make students familiar with information technology.
No. of Lectures

Unit 1: Introduction to Communication
Meaning and Definition - Process - Functions - Objectives - Importance - Essentials of good
communication - Communication barriers - Overcoming communication barriers
12

Unit 2: Types of Communication
Written - Oral - Face-to-face - Silence - Merits and limitations of each type
12

Unit 3: Business Letters
Need and functions of business letters - Planning & layout of business letter - Kinds of business letters
- Essentials of effective correspondence -
05

Unit 4: Drafting of business letters
Enquiries and replies - Placing and fulfilling orders - Complaints and follow-up - Sales letters - Circular
letters - Application for employment and resume
12

Unit 5: Oral Communication
Meaning, nature and scope - Principles of effective oral communication - Techniques of effective speech
- Media of oral communication (Face-to-face conversation - Teleconferences - Press Conference -
Demonstration - Radio Recording - Dictaphone - Meetings - Rumour - Demonstration and
Dramatisation - Public address system - Grapevine - Group Discussion - Oral report - Closed circuit
TV). The art of listening - Principles of good listening.
08

Unit 6: Information Technology for Communication
Word Processor - Telex - Facsimile(Fax) - E-mail - Voice mail - Internet – Multimedia -
Teleconferencing - Mobile Phone Conversation - Video Conferencing - SMS - Telephone Answering
Machine - Advantages and limitations of these types.
06

Topics Prescribed for workshop/skill lab
12
i) Group Discussion
ii) Mock Interview
iii) Decision Making in a Group
iv) Written Communication

Recommended Books:
1) Business Communication - K. K. Sinha - Galgotia Publishing Company, New Delhi.
2) Media and Communication Management - C. S. Rayudu - Himalaya Publishing House, Bombay.
3) Essentials of Business Communication - Rajendra Pal and J. S. Korlhalli - Sultan Chand &
Sons, New Delhi.
4) Business Communication (Principles, Methods and Techniques) Nirmal Singh - Deep & Deep
Publications Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
5) Business Communication - Dr. S.V. Kadvekar, Prin. Dr. C. N. Rawal and Prof. Ravindra
Kothavade - Diamond Publications, Pune.
6) Business Correspondence and Report Writing - R. C. Sharma, Krishna Mohan - Tata McGraw-
Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi.
7) Communicate to Win - Richard Denny - Kogan Page India Private Limited, New Delhi.
8) Modern Business Correspondence - L. Gartside - The English Language Book Society and
Macdonald and Evans Ltd.
9) Business Communication - M. Balasubrahmanyan - Vani Educational Books.
10) Creating a Successful CV - Siman Howard - Dorling Kindersley.

Principles of Management
Course Code 102
Objective - To provide a basis of understanding to the students with reference to working of business
organization through the process of management.
On completion of the syllabi the student will understand the basic principles of management - will
acquaint himself with management process, functions and principles. Student will also get the idea about
new developments in management.

No. of Lectures

1) Nature of Management: (8)
Meaning, Definition, it's nature purpose, importance & Functions,
Management as Art, Science & Profession- Management as social System Concepts of
management-Administration-Organization

2) Evolution of Management Thought: (8)
Contribution of F.W.Taylor, Henri Fayol ,Elton Mayo , Chester Barhard
& Peter Drucker to the management thought. Various approaches to
management (i.e. Schools of management thought)Indian Management Thought

3) Functions of Management: Part-I (8)
Planning - Meaning - Need & Importance, types levels - advantages
& limitations.
Forecasting - Need & Techniques
Decision making - Types - Process of rational decision making &
techniques of decision making
Organizing - Elements of organizing & processes:
Types of organizations, Delegation of authority - Need, difficulties in
delegation - Decentralization
Staffing - Meaning & Importance
Direction - Nature - Principles
Communication - Types & Importance
Motivation - Importance - theories
Leadership - Meaning - styles, qualities & functions of leaders

4) Functions of Management: Part-II (8)
Controlling - Need, Nature, importance, Process & Techniques
Coordination - Need – Importance

5) Strategic Management (8)
Definition, Classes of Decisions, Levels of Decision, Strategy, Role of different Strategist,
Relevance of Strategic Management and its Benefits, Strategic Management in India

6) Recent Trends in Management: (8)
Social Responsibility of Management – environment friendly management
Management of Change
Management of Crisis
Total Quality Management
Stress Management
International Management

Books Recommended:-
1.. Essential of Management - Horold Koontz and Iteinz Weibrich -
McGrawhills International
2. Management Theory & Practice - J.N.Chandan
3. Essential of Business Administration - K.Aswathapa
Himalaya Publishing House
4. Principles & practice of management - Dr. L.M.Parasad, Sultan Chand
& Sons - New Delhi
5. Business Organization & Management - Dr. Y.K. Bhushan
6. Management: Concept and Strategies By J. S. Chandan, Vikas Publishing
7. Principles of Management, By Tripathi, Reddy Tata McGraw Hill
8. Business organization and Management by Talloo by Tata McGraw Hill
1. Business Environment and Policy – A book on Strategic Management/Corporate Planning By
Francis Cherunilam Himalaya Publishing House 2001 Edition

Principles of Programming And Algorithm
Course Code : 103
Objectives : 1) To Know the Basics Of Programming
2)To Undestand how to use programming in day to day
Applications.
Chapter

No.
Name of Content
No. of
lectures
1.0 Introduction to ‘C’ Language
1.1 History
1.2 Structures of ‘C’ Programming
1.3 Function as building blocks

2.0 Language Fundamentals
2.1 Character set
2.2 C Tokens
2.3 Keywords
2.4 Identifiers
2.5 Variables
2.6 Constant
2.7 Data Types
2.8 Comments

3.0 Operators
3.1 Types of operators
3.2 Precedence and Associativity
3.3 Expression
3.4 Statement and types of statements

4.0 Built-in Operators and function
4.1 Console based I/O and related built-in I/O function
4.1.1 printf( )
4.1.2 scanf( )
4.1.3 getch( )
4.1.4 getchar( )
4.1.5 putchar( )
4.2 Concept of header files
4.3 Preprocessor directives :
4.3.1 #include

4.3.2 #define
5.0 Control structures
5.1 Decision making structures :
5.1.1 If
5.1.2 If-else
5.1.3 Nested If -else
5.1.4 Switch.
5.2 Loop Control structures :
5.2.1 While
5.2.2 Do-while,
5.2.3 for, Nested for loop
5.3 Other statements :
5.3.1 break
5.3.2 continue
5.3.3 goto
5.3.4 exit
10

Introduction to problem solving
6.1 Concept : problem solving
6.2 Problem solving techniques (Trial & Error, Brain
storming, Divide & Conquer)
6.3 Steps in problem solving (Define Problem,
Analyze Problem, Explore Solution)
6.4 Algorithms and Flowcharts (Definitions,
Symbols)
6.5 Characteristics of an algorithm
6.6 Conditionals in pseudo-code
6.7 Loops in pseudo code
6.8 Time complexity: Big-Oh notation, efficiency
6.9 Simple Examples: Algorithms and flowcharts
(Real Life Examples)

Simple Arithmetic Problems
7.1 Addition / Multiplication of integers
7.2 Determining if a number is +ve / -ve / even / odd
7.3 Maximum of 2 numbers, 3 numbers
7.4 Sum of first n numbers, given n numbers
7.5 Integer division, Digit reversing, Table generation
for n, ab
7.6 Factorial, sine series, cosine series, nCr , Pascal
Triangle
7.7 Prime number, Factors of a number

7.8 Other problems such as Perfect number, GCD of 2
numbers etc
1. (Write algorithms and draw flowcharts)
7.9 Swapping
8.0 Functions
8.1 Basic types of function
8.2 Declaration and definition
8.3 Function call
8.4 Types of function
8.5 Parameter passing
8.5.1 Call by value
8.5.2 Call by reference
8.6 Scope of variables
8.7 Storage classes
8.8 Recursion.

Total 48
Referential Books:-
1. Let us C-Yashwant Kanetkar.
2. Programming in C- Balguruswamy
3. The C programming Lang., Pearson Ecl – Dennis Ritchie
4. Structured programming approach using C-Forouzah &Ceilberg Thomson learning publication.
5. Pointers in C – Yashwant Kanetkar
6. How to solve it by Computer – R. G. Dromy
7. Introduction to algorithms – Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest, Stein

8. Peter Norton’s Introduction to Computers – Tata MGHill

Computer Fundamental and Office Automation
Course Code : 104
Objectives : 1) To Know the Basics Of Computer
2)To Understand the Basics of Operating systems
3)To Undestand how to use software packages in day to day
activities
Sr.
No.

Chapter Details No. of
Lect.
1 Ch 1 : Introduction to Computers 12
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Characteristics of Computers
1.3 Block diagram of computer
1.4 Types of computers and features
1.4.1 Mini Computers
1.4.2 Micro Computers
1.4.3 Mainframe Computers
1.4.4 Super Computers
1.5 Types of Programming Languages
1.5.1 Machine Languages
1.5.2 Assembly Languages
1.5.3 High Level Languages
1.6 Data Organization
1.6.1 Drives
1.6.2 Files
1.6.3 Directories
1.7 Types of Memory (Primary And Secondary)
1.7.1 RAM
1.7.2 ROM
1.7.3 PROM
1.7.4 EPROM
1.7.5 Secondary Storage Devices ( FD, CD, HD,
Pen drive )
1.8 I/O Devices
1.8.1 Scanners
1.8.2 Digitizers
1.8.3 Plotters
1.8.4 LCD
1.8.5 Plasma Display
1.9 Number Systems
1.9.1 Introduction to Binary, Octal,
Hexadecimal system
1.9.2 Conversion
1.9.3 Simple Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division

2 Ch 2 : Algorithm and Flowcharts 8
2.1 Algorithm
2.1.1 Definition
2.1.2 Characteristics
2.1.3 Advantages and disadvantages
2.1.4 Examples
2.2 Flowchart
2.2.1 Definition
2.2.2 Define symbols of flowchart
2.2.3 Advantages and disadvantages
2.2.4 Examples

3 Ch 3 : Operating System and Services in O.S. 7
3.1 Dos - History
3.2 Files and Directories
3.3 Internal and External Commands
3.4 Batch Files
3.5 Types of O.S.

4 Ch 4 : Windows Operating Environment 3
4.1 Features of MS – Windows
4.1.1 Control Panel
4.1.2 Taskbar
4.1.3 Desktop
4.1.4 Windows Application
4.1.5 Icons
4.2 Windows Accessories
4.2.1 Notepad
4.2.2 Paintbrush

5 Ch 5 : Editors and Word Processors 4
5.1 Basic Concepts
5.2 Examples : MS-Word
5.3 Introduction to desktop publishing

6 Ch 6 : Spreadsheets and Database packages 8
6.1 Purpose, usage, commands
6.2 MS-Excel
6.3 Creation of files in MS-Access
6.4 Switching between application
6.5 MS –PowerPoint

7 Ch 7 : Linux 6
7.1 File system
7.2 Linux Commands
7.3 Permission and inodes
7.4 I/O redirection
7.5 Pipes
7.6 VI Editor

Referential Books :
1. Fundamental of Computers – By V. Rajaraman B.P.B. Publications
2. Fundamental of Computers – By P. K. Sinha
3. Computer Today- By Suresh Basandra
4. Unix Concepts and Application – By Sumitabha Das
5. MS- Office 2000(For Windows) – By Steve Sagman
6. Computer Networks – By Tennenbum Tata MacGrow Hill Publication
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