(CORE)

• Understand the basic concepts of computer science and its different branches.
• Students will be able to program small-to-mid-size programs on their own.
• To attract young minds to the potentially rich & employable field of computer science.
• Students will develop professional skills that prepare them for immediate employment and for life-long learning in advanced areas of computer science and related fields.
• Apply fundamental principles and methods of computer science to a wide range of applications

CSCG-101:   COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND ARCHITECTURE
• Understand and Examine the structure of various number system& its applications in digital design.
• Understand, Analyze and Design various combinational and sequential circuit.
• Understand the basic components of a computer, including CPU, memories, and input output organization.
• Understand the cost performance tradeoff in designing memory hierarchy and instruction sets, input/output, and their organization.
• Understand the general architecture of 8085 microprocessor.

UNITS:  VI
MAX MARKS:60
(IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
MARKS: (6X3+10X3) = 48
LECTURES: 6 X 6 = 36

CSCG-102:8085 ASSAMBLY  LANGUAGE  PROGRAMMING (PRACTICAL)
• Understand and classify the instruction set of 8085 microprocessor and distinguish the use of different instructions and apply it in assembly language programming.

• Understand and be able to use assembly languages for solving simple problems.

• Understand and realize the Interfacing of memory & various I/O devices with 8085.


UNITS:  vi

MAX MARKS:40

(IN-SEM-08,END SEM-32)

MARKS: (6X5+2) = 32

LECTURES: 6 X 6 = 30



CSCG201:PROGRAMMING AND PROBLEM SOLVING WITH ‘C’

• To understand and develop well-structured programs using C language
• Understand a typical C-like program environment.
• Be able to understand and analysis any problem and derive its solution
• Be able to develop algorithms.
• Ability to use different memory allocation methods

UNITS:  vi
MAX MARKS:      60
(IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
MARKS: (6+7+15+20) = 48
LECTURES: 35

CSCG - 202:PROGRAMMING USING C (PRACTICAL)
• Gain experience about structured programming
• Help students to understand the implementation of C language
• Understand various features in C
• Write C-like programs including searching and sorting techniques.

     UNIT:4
     MAX MARKS:40
   (IN SEM-08, END-SEM-32)            LECTURES:30
CSCG 301: DATA STRUCTURE WITH C++
• Understand and implement the basic features of an object-oriented program including  classes, object, polymorphism ,encapsulation ,data hiding ,ADT etc
• Choose data structure as applied to specified problem definition.
• Handle operations like ,creating ,searching, insertion, deletion etc on various data structure like array, linked list, stack, queue, tree etc.
• Describe an efficient algorithm with respect to the choice of data structure.

• UNITS:  VI
• MAX MARKS:      60
• (IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
• MARKS: (5+5+10+10+8+10) = 48
• LECTURES: 35
CSCG 302: DATA STRUCTURE  PROGRAMMING USING C++(PRACTICAL)
• Develop an efficient algorithm of a particular problem  with respect to particular DS
• Translate algorithm to application written in c++.

UNIT:10
MAX MARKS:40
(IN SEM-08, END-SEM-32)           LECTURES:30


CSCG 401:OPERATING SYSEM
• Learn fundamentals of operating system
• Distinguish different styles of operating system design.
• Understand the main principles and techniques used to implement processes and threads as well as the different algorithms for process scheduling.
• Describe storage management and file system.

UNITS:  iv
MAX MARKS:      60
(IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
MARKS: (12x4) = 48
LECTURES: 35
CSCG 402:UNIX/LINUX COMMAND & SHELL PROGRAMMING(PRACTICAL)
AFTER COMPLETION OF THE COURSE THE STUDENT WOULD BE ABLE TO
• Appreciate the advantages of Linux OS.
• Install Free & Open Source Software / Open source Operating System
• Test and Execute basic Linux commands
•Test and Execute shell commands in a script.

UNIT:4
MAX MARKS:40
(IN SEM-08, END-SEM-32)   
LECTURES:30

CSCG-501:Data Communication and Networks

• Identify the different components and their respective roles in a communication system .
• Describe key computer network concepts, architectures and protocols.
• Recognize the different internetworking devices and their functions.
• Identify the different components of transmission media.

• Recognize different types of errors occur in networking.

UNITS:  V
• MAX MARKS:      60
• (IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
• MARKS: (10+10+10+8+10) = 48
• LECTURES: 35

CSCG-502: Networks programming (practical)
• Use network commands using Unix/Linux.
• Use basic socket Programming.
• Setup LAN.

UNIT:3
MAX MARKS:40
(IN SEM-08, END-SEM-32)
LECTURES:30

CSCG-601:DATA  BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM(DBMS)
• Understand database concepts and database management system Architecture.
• Understand Record storage and database users.
• Demonstrate an understanding of the relational data model.
• Develop a data base.
• Understand the SQL data definition and SQL query languages;

UNITS:  VI
MAX MARKS:      60
(IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
MARKS: (10+10+10+8+10) = 48
LECTURES: 35
CSCG-602:DBMS PRACTICAL USING MS ACCESSS,MY SQL,VB
• Write SQL commands to create tables and indexes, insert, update, delete data, and query data in a relational DBMS.
• Create , insert ,modify ,update   database through forms.
• Create report, data insertion, printing etc of database.
• Program a data-intensive application using DBMS APIs.

UNITS:  III
MAX MARKS:      40   (IN-SEM-08,END SEM-32)
MARKS: (10+10+5+5+2) = 32
LECTURES: 30

COURSE OUTCOME OF COMPUTER SKILL
COSK-201:COMPUTER SKILL
On successful completion of the course students will
• Gain basic knowledge of Computer software and its practical applications.
• Learn to organize information efficiently in the forms of outlines, charts, etc. using appropriate software.
• Able to create Documentation Using MS -Word.
• Learn database management using Excel efficiently.
• Able to create PPT using MS -POWER POINT.

UNITS:  V
MAX MARKS:      60
(IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
MARKS: (10+10+10+8+10) = 48
LECTURES: 35
COK-202:COMPUTER SKILL(PRACTICAL)
• Learn to organize information efficiently in the forms of outlines, charts, etc. using appropriate software.
• Learn to use the features of  MS-Windows.
• Able to create Documentation Using MS -Word.
• Learn database management using MS-Excel efficiently.
• Able to create PPT using MS -POWER POINT.

UNITS:  IV
MAX MARKS:      40
(IN-SEM-12,END SEM-48)
MARKS: (5X5+4+3) = 48
LECTURES: 30
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