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PGDCA Syllabus Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir

Directorate of Distance Education University of Kashmir Srinagar-190006

Curriculum

Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA) Programme 2011-2013

PGDCA Syllabus Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir

Structure of Curriculum

SEMESTER-I S.NO. Paper Code

Paper Title

Max. Internal Marks

1

DCA-101

25

2

DCA-102

25

75

3

DCA-103

25

75

4 5

DCA-104 DCA-105

Computer Fundamentals and Applications Computer Programming Fundamentals Using C Data Base Management System & Oracle LAB-I for DCA-102 LAB-II for DCA-101/103

Max. External Marks 75

25 25

50 50

125

325

Total

SEMESTER-II S.NO. Paper Code 1 2 3

Paper Title

DCA-201 Web Programming DCA-202 Data Communication and Networking DCA-203 Project Work Total

Max. Internal Marks 25 25

Max. External Marks 75 75

50 100

200 350

PGDCA Syllabus Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir

Paper Code: DCA-101 Paper Title: Computer Fundamentals and Applications Unit-I Introduction to Computers – Characteristics, components, Advantages & Limitations. Classification of computers, Software- Classification & Application. Introduction to Operating Systems, fundamentals of DOS & Windows OS. Working with common DOS Internal and External Commands. Unit-II Introduction to Algorithm-Representation, advantages & Limitations. Introduction to Flow ChartSymbols, Levels, Rules, Advantages & Limitations. Introduction to Programming LanguagesLevels & Translators. Introduction to Internet-Working & Applications.. Unit-III Introduction to MS Office Package. MS Word- fundamentals & Advantages. Text Formatting , Bullets, Inserting Graphics, Tables, Hyperlinks, Mail Merge, Macros & Templates. MS ExcelFundamentals & Advantages. Formulas & Functions. Inserting Charts & Graphs. Unit-IV MS PowerPoint- fundamentals & Advantages. Design Template & Auto Content Wizard. Color & Animation Schemes. Slide Master & Package for CD. MS Access-Fundamentals & Advantages. Tables, Queries, Forms, Reports, Macros & Modules. Understanding Field Properties, Indexing a Field.

Text Book: P.K. Sinha, Computer Fundamentals, 2005, BPB New Delhi

Reference Books : 1. 2. 3. 4.

P.K. Sinha, Computer Fundamentals, 2005, BPB, New Delhi Peter Norton, Inside the PC, 2001, SAMS Tech Media Taxali, PC Software, 2005 Tata McGraw Hills, New Delhi. Suresh K. Basandra, Computers Today, 2005 , Galgotia Publications.

PGDCA Syllabus Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir

Paper Code:

DCA-102

Paper Title: Computer Programming Fundamentals Using C Unit-I Introduction to C Programming Language- History, Features & Advantages, Language Constructs. Structure of a C program, Character Set & Tokens, Identifiers & Keywords, Constants & Variables, Declaration & Scope of Variables, Data Types. Simple & Compound Statements, Input/output Statements, Expressions & Operators-Arithmetic, Relational & Logical, Bitwise, Unary, Binary & Tertiary Operators. Precedence and Association. Storage Classes-Auto, Extern, Static, Register. Unit-II Control Flow Statements-IF-Else Statements, Elself Ladder, Switch-Case Statement, Goto Label Statements. Nesting of Control Flow Statements. Array-Declaration, One Dimensional and Multi Dimensional arrays. Structure– Declaration, Accessing Structure members, Nesting of Structures. Union- Declaration, Accessing Union members, Array of Structures & Unions. Difference between Union and Structure. Unit-III Introduction to Pointers, Pointer arithmetic, Pointer to Pointer. Introduction to String. FunctionsAdvantages & Signature. User Defined and Library Functions, Prototype of a function, Array as Function Argument, Structure as Function Argument. Return Statement. Recursion. Pass by Value. Pass by Address. Unit-IV Introduction to Header Files & Standard Library. C Pre-Processor & Macros. Standard IO Statements. Format Specifiers. File Processing in C and Command Line parameters.

Text Book : Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie, “C Programming Language,” PHI

Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Brian Kernighan and Dennis Ritchie, “ C Programming Language,” PHI Yashwant Kanetkar, “ Let us, C”, BPB E. Balaguruswami, “Programming in ANSI C”, Tata McGraw Hill. Herbert Schild, “ C The Complete Reference”, Tata McGraw Hill.

PGDCA Syllabus Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir

Paper Code: DCA-103 Paper Title : Database Management Systems and Oracle Unit-I

Introduction to Database- History, Characteristics, Users and Advantages, Classification of Database, Data Models, Schemas & Instances. Three Schema Architecture & Data Independence . DBMS Languages & Interfaces. Conceptual Data modeling using ER Model. Unit-II Relational Data Model Concepts- Domains, Attributes, Tuples, Relations & their characteristics. Relational Data Model Constraints-Entity Integrity, Referential Integrity, Foreign Keys and other Relational Database design using ER to Relational Mapping. Unit-III Design guidelines for Relation Schemas. Functional Dependencies. Normalization of Relation Schema. Normal Forms based on Primary Key ( 1NF, 2NF, 3NF, BCNF, 4NF) Lossless Join & Dependency Decomposition. Introduction to Transactions, Concurrency Control, Schedules & Serializability. Unit-IV SQL-History & Overview, Creating & Manipulating Tables. Introduction to Query Processing – DDL , DML & DCL, Transaction Processing. General Syntax, Clauses, Expressions, Conditions, Operators, Built-in & Group Functions. Sub-Queries and Joins, Views, Sequences, Nested Queries.

Text Book : Elmasri R. and Navathe S.B. Fundamentals of Database Systems, Addison Wesley.

Reference Books : 1. Dates. C, “ An introduction to Database Systems.” Pearson Education, Asia. 2. A. Silbershatz, H.F. Korth and S. Sudarshan, “ Database System Concepts”, 3rd edition, 1997, McGraw-Hill , International Edition. 3. Ivan Bayross, “SQL & PL/SQL using Oracle 8i & 9i SQLJ”, BPB. 4. William Page, “Using Oracle 8i-Special Edition”, Que /PHI.

PGDCA Syllabus Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir

Paper Code: DCA-201 Paper Title: Web Programming Unit-I

HTML – Concepts of Hypertext, Versions of HTML, Elements of HTML syntax, Head & Body Sections, Building HTML documents, Inserting texts, Images, Hyperlinks, Backgrounds and Color controls, Different HTML tags, Table layout and presentation, use of front size & Attributes List types and its tags, Use of Frames and Forms in web pages. Unit-II VB Script Concept: VB Script Language Elements : Constants, Variables and Data Types, Mathematical Operators, Logical Operators, Looping and Decision Structures. VB Script Functions and Objects : Date Conversion Functions, Mathematical Functions, Data Formatting Functions, Text manipulation Functions, Date and Time Functions. Unit-III ASP Concepts: SSI Directives, Response Object, Request Object Cookies, Application, Session and Server Objects, Global, asa, ASPError Object, Object Context. Reading and Writing Files on Web Server. Unit-IV Integrating with Databases: OLEDB, ODBC, Remote Data Service, Active Data Objects, Connection Object, RecordSet and Fields Objects, Using SQL Statements to Query Data, Command and Parameter Objects, Using Error Collection, Developing ASP Application for a case Study.

Tex Book : SCOTT MITCHELL & JAMES ATKINSON, “ Teach Yourself ASP in 21 Days’, TECHMEDIA Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

DEBORAH S. RAY, ERIC J. RAY,’ HTML 4 (Dummies 101 Series)”, IDG Books THOMAS A POWELL, “ HTML : The Complete Reference”, Mc Graw Hill SCOTT MITCHELL & JAMES ATKINSON, “ Teach Yourself ASP in 21 Days,” RUSSELL JONES, “Mastering Active server pages 3.0”, BPB ERIC A. SMITH, “ ASP 3 Programming Bilbe”, IDG Books.

PGDCA Syllabus Directorate of Distance Education, University of Kashmir

Paper Code: DCA-202 Paper Title: Data Communication & Computer Networks Unit-I

Communication concepts- Characteristics of Signal (Amplitude, Frequency, Period, Wavelength). Time & Frequency domain View of Signal. Relationship between Data Rate & Bandwidth, Analog & Digital Data Transmission. Transmission Impairments. Channel Capacity for noiseless channel (Nyquist Law) and noisy channel (Shannon’s Law) . Data Rate versus Baud Rate.

Unit-II Data Transmission Concepts-Simplex, Half Duplex & Duplex Guided Transmission Media, Twisted Pair, Co-axial Cable & Optical Fiber. Unguided Transmission Media-Terrestrial & Satellite Microwave. Factors affecting transmission Distance and Data rate. Unit-III Concept of Multiplexing. FDM. Synchronous and Statistical TDM. Reliable Transmission of data: Asynchronous and Synchronous transmission. Error detection: Parity –based, CRC-based. Data encoding . Difference between modulation and encoding . NRZ-L, NRZ-I encoding. Multilevel Binary and Biphasic Coding techniques and their implementations. ASK,FSK,PSK and QPSK. PCM concepts: sampling , quantization. Delta Modulation. Amplitude Modulation. FCS Computation. Error Control and recovery techniques. Concept of ARQ standard and its versions. Unit-IV Goals and applications of networks. LAN, MAN & WAN Architectures. Concept of WAN subnet. Overview of existing networks. Need for a Protocol Architecture. OSI Reference Model Architecture, TCP/IP Model and their Comparison. Text. Book: William Stallings, “ Data and Computer Communications”, Pearson Education. Reference Books: 1. 2. 3. 4.

William Stallings, “ Data and Computer Communications” , Pearson Education. Andrew Tanenbaum, “ Computer Networks”, Pearson Education 4/e. Ulyesses Black, “ Principles of Data Communications”, PHI. Morley , Gelber, “The Emerging Digital Future” , Addison-Wesley.