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MSc (CA and IT) Semester VII(Non-CBCS)

(Effective From Academic Year 2012)

Sub No.

Subject Name

CS-701 CS-702 CS-703 CS-704 CS-705

Software Engineering Management Information System Advance Operating System Advance web-Technology-1 Advance Java Technology Total

Teaching Scheme Theory Practical Lectures Per Batch * Hours/Week Hours/Week 4 0 4 0 4 6 4 6 4 6 20 18

Credits

4 4 6 6 6 26

Internal Marks Th. Prac. Total Th. (I) 30 30 70 30 30 70 15 15 30 35 15 15 30 35 15 15 30 35

Examination Scheme External Marks Durations Prac. Duration /Oral 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 35 3 hrs 3 hrs 35 3 hrs 3 hrs 35 3 hrs

Grand Total (I+E) Total (E) 70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100

701 : Software Engineering


Unit 1 25% Introductory Concepts: Historical perspective, Software myths. The Process: Software process, Software process models - The waterfall model, Incremental process models, Evolutionary process models, Specialized process models. Design Methods: Design principles, Design concepts, Effective modular design, Data design, Transform mapping, Transaction mapping. Unit 2 25% Verification, Validation and Testing : Strategic approach to software testing, Test strategies for conventional software, Validation Testing, System Testing, The art of debugging, Black box Testing, White box Testing, Control structure Testing, Software Quality, Metrics for Analysis, Metrics for Design, Metrics for source code, Metrics for Testing, Metrics for maintenance. Unit 3 25% Project Planning and Risk management : Software measurement, Project planning process, Software scope & Decomposition techniques, Empirical estimation model, Make/Buy decision, Reactive versus Proactive risk strategies, Software risks, Risk identification, Risk projection, Risk refinement, Risk mitigation, monitoring, and management, Safety risks and hazards, The RMMM plan. Unit 4 25% Software Quality Assurance : Quality concepts, The quality movement, Software quality assurance, Software reviews, Formal technical reviews, Formal approaches to SQA, Statistical quality assurance, Software reliability, The SQA plan, Introduction to ISO standards, Software configuration management. Text Book: 1. Pressman R.S: Software Engineering: A Practitioner approach, McGraw hill Reference Book: Sommerville I: Software Engineering, Addison Wesley

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 701, Software Engineering Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.5 Hours Passing Marks 20

1. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 701, Software Engineering External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28 Marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

1. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

702 : Management Information System


Unit 1 20% Core Concepts In Information Systems, The Meaning and Role of MIS, Information system in the Enterprise, The Management process: Planning, Organizing, Leading and controlling, System Approach, View of Information Systems, Contingency Approach, Management Levels: Top, Middle and Bottom, MIS Organization within the Company. Unit 2 20% Evolution of Information System, MIS Component, Overview of Information System, Management Organizational Development Theory and the Systems Approach Development of Organizational theory, Seven S Model, Strategy: Long Term Strategy, Short Term Strategy, Just in time Approach, Total Quality Control (TQC), Total Quality Management (TQM). Unit 3 20% Application of Management Information Systems to Business, Strategic and Project planning for MIS, Types of Information System in Organizations: Transaction Processing Systems (TPS), Knowledge Work System (KWS), Decision Support System (DSS), Executive Information System, Strategic and Project planning for MIS, Management Information Systems Business Planning. Unit 4 20% Information Systems for decision Making: Evolution of Information System, MIS as a Technique for making Programmed Decisions Different Level of Information System: Strategic, Management, Operational and Knowledge, Business Expert Systems , Functional Information Systems: Financial Information Systems, Marketing Information Systems, Production Information Systems, Human Resource Information System, Inventory Control Systems. Unit 5 20% Information Systems as an Enabler: Strategic Resource, Competitive Advantage, Organizational Change, Organizational Learning, Security and Ethical Issues of Information Systems, Impact of Information Systems and Organizational Performance, Information Systems Success Models: The Delone and Mclean Model, The Seddon Model, Information System CASE Studies in Business Applications. TEXT BOOK: 1. Information System for Modern Management, 3rd Edition by R.G. Murdick, J.E. Ross and J.R. Clagget, PHI Publication. 2. Management Information Systems, 9/e, Laudon & Laudon, V.M. Prasad, Pearson. REFRENCE BOOK: 1. Management Information Systems 4th Edition by Mahadeo Jaiswal and Monika Mital, OXFORD Publication 2. Management Information Systems, 4th Edition by Robert Schultheis, Mary Summer, PHI. 3. Management by Stoner, freeman, Gilbert, 6th Edition PHI Publication. 4. MIS by W.S.Jawadekar, TMH. 5. MIS by T. Lucey, BPB 6. D. P. Goyal, Management Information Systems Macmillan India Ltd. 7. Gordan B. Davis & M.H.Olson, Management Information Systems : Conceptual Foundation, Structure & Development.

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 702, Management Information System Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.5 Hours Passing Marks 20

2. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 702, Management Information System External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28 Marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

2. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

703 : Advanced Operating System


Unit 1 10% Introduction to Operating System Administration What is system administration? Preliminary Tasks Of System Administrator Managing User Logins Monitor System Activity And Security Unit 2 40% UNIX Administration 2.1 Theory 20% Introduction to the Kernel The Structure of Processes Process Control 2.2 Administration 20% Rootly Powers Controlling Processes Adding New Users Periodic Processes Backups Using other archiving Programs Network Management And Debugging Security Web Hosting And Internet Services Policy And Politics Daemons Unit 3 40% Linux Administration Rootly Powers Controlling Processes Adding New Users Periodic Processes Backups Using other archiving Programs Network Management And Debugging Security Web Hosting And Internet Services Policy And Politics Daemons Unit 4 10% Windows Administration introduction Installing NT-Server Installing NT-Workstation Creating New users Assigning rights Creating groups Assigning rights,Modifying users rights Text Books: 1. For Unit 2.1 The Design Of Unix Operating System By: Batch Publication: Pearson Education Asia Chapters : 2,6,7 2. For Unit 2.2

Unix System Administration Hand Book By: Evi Nemeth, Garth Snyder, Scott Seebass, Trent R. Hein Publication : Low Price Edition (Pearson Education Asia) Chapters : 3,4,6,9,10,20,21,22,27,28 3. For Unit 3 Linux System Administration Hand Book By: Evi Nemeth, Garth Snyder, Scott Seebass, Trent R. Hein Edition : Low Price Edition (Pearson Education Asia) Chapters : 3,4,6,9,10,20,21,22,28,29 (Practical List) 1. Make the program that demonstrate the use of fork () system call. 2. Make program that demonstrates the use of getPid (), getppid (),getgid () function. 3. Prepare a one orphan process and also check for its parent process from process table. 4. Implements a zombie process and identify it from process table. 5. Demonstrate & discuss the wait () & sleep () system call. 6. Make four child process for a process, the parent process will not execute until the death of all four process. When the parent executes it should display all its four child PIDs. 7. Write a program that will create the maximum no. of process Unix allows. 8. How it is possible that for a same variable in to result (parent & Child) processes has a same address & different values demonstrate and discuss. 9. Make a process named Ex2 for display its process Id and its parents process Id , execute Ex1 from process Ex1. 10. Explain the following function with example for each Execv () Execl () Ececvp () 11. What is the advantage of exec () called through a fork () demonotstate it. 12. Calculate time taken by a child process for the execution 13. Write a program that display system details like. (a) System name (b) Node name (c) Release (d) Version (e) Processor name 14. Write a program that display the user detail like (a) Login name (b) encrypted password (c) userid (d) groupid (e) Password age (f) comment (g) Miscellany (h) login directory (i) shell 15. Cache the SIGINT signal and display appropriate message also display the corresponding signal key 16. Ignore the SIGINT signal.17. Cache the SIGQUIT signal and display appropriate message also display the corresponding signal key. 18. Igonre the SIGQUIT signal. 19. Cache the SIGILL signal and display appropriate message also display the orresponding signal key. 20. Igonre the SIGILL signal. 21. Cache the SIGHUP signal and display appropriate message also display the corresponding signal key. 22. Igonre the SIGHUP signal. 23. Cache the SIGCLD signal and display appropriate message also display the corresponding signal key. 24. Igonre the SIGCLD signal. 25. Cache the SIGALRM signal and display appropriate message also display the

orresponding signal key. 26. Igonre the SIGALRM signal. 27. Cache the SIGUSR1 signal and display appropriate message also display the corresponding signal key. 28. Igonre the SIGUSR1 signal. 29. Cache the SIGUSR2 signal and display appropriate message also display the corresponding signal key. 30. Igonre the SIGUSR2 signal. 31. Make a child process for a process, the process goes to sleep until the child process completes. When the child complete it should receive a signal. Cache the signal and display the message "CHILD DIED". 32. Send a SIGINT signal from a parent process to a child process using kill(),the child process catch the signal SIGINT and should display and appropriate message. 33. Install following types of Linux in graphical mode as well as non-graphical mode. (a) Linux server 9.0 (b) Linux client 9.0 (c) Upgrade from 8.0 to 9.0 (d) Dual booting with either Windows 98/Windows-NT/Windows XP. 34. Prepare following partition using appropriate command Partition Size /boot 150 MB /swap 300 MB / 2000MB 35. Configure following boot loaders. (a) GRUB (b) LILO 36. Mount windows drives (formatted using FAT16/FAT32) in Linux. 37. By default Linux 9.0 gives six logical screens expand it up to eleven. 38. Add your host into network using graphical tool as well as non-graphically (i.e. using command). 39. Add user using graphical tool as well as non-graphically (i.e. using command). 40. Suppose you forgot your root password, how can u recover this problem and in which condition it is possible. 37. By default Linux 9.0 gives six logical screens expand it up to eleven. 38. Add your host into network using graphical tool as well as nongraphically (i.e. using command). 39. Add user using graphical tool as well as non -graphically (i.e. using command). 40. Suppose you forgot your root password, how can u recover this problem and in which condition it is possible.

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 703, Advance Operating System Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.5 Hours Passing Marks 20

3. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 1,4) Question 5 (Unit 2,3) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 703,Advance Operating System External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28 Marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

3. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 1,4) Question 5 (Unit 2,3) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

704 : Advanced Web-Technology I


Unit 1 15% Overview of .net framework: .net architecture, framework class library, Common Language Run Time, managed code, assemblies, Intermediate Language, Just In Time Compiler, common type system, common language specification, .Net Features. Unit 2 30% Introduction to C#: C# : Data Types(Boxing and UnBoxing), Operators, Access Specifier, OOPS Concepts: Class, Inheritance, Constructor, Destructor, Abstraction, interface, polymorphism (Over loading and over ridding), Garbage Collection, Array (One Dimensional and Two Dimensional), Jagged Array, Collection: Generic Collection (List),Non Generic Collection (Array list, Hash table,),Indexer(One Dimension) and property, Delegates and events(Multicasting , Multicasting Event),Exception Handling, Introduction to Namespace: Creating & Using Namespace(DLL) Unit 3 25% Architecture of ADO.Net, Comparison with ADO(Connected and Disconnected Architecture),.Net Data provider, Data Adapter, Data Set, Data Row, Data Column, Data Relation, command,Data Reader, Creating and Using Stored Procedure, Introduction to Xml. Unit 4 30% ASP.Net : ASP.NET Page Life Cycle, Server Controls : label, dropdown list box, validation controls, list box, text box, radio button, check box, State Management : session, cookie, View State, Data Rendering Controls: Grid View, Data List, Repeater, Binding and perform operations (Insert, Update, Delete) with Grid View, Creating Simple 3-tier Application, Creating and Using web services. Introduction to AJAX, Understanding Need of Ajax in Web Application, Ajax controls: Script Manager, Update Panel, Update Progress, Timer Books: 1. Complete Reference C# - Herbert schildt (TMH Publication) 2. Professional ASP.NET 4 in C# and VB 3. Complete reference Asp.Net - Herbert schildt (TMH Publication) 4. Asp.Net with Visual c#.Net 2003-Wrox Publication 5. Visual c#.Net 2003-Wrox Publication 6. Unleashed Asp.net.

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 704,Advance Web-Technology-1 Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks Duration Passing Marks 50 1.5 Hours 20
1. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

Marks 5 marks 5 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 10 marks

External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70


1. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Duration 3 Hours

Passing Marks 28 Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 14 marks

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

705 : Advanced java Technology


Unit 1 15% Introduction to J2EE Platform and Architecture * The J2EE Platform * The J2EE Architecture Containers * J2EE Technologies * Developing J2EE Applications * Introducing Java Mail and JMS Unit 2 10% Database Programming ODBC and JDBC Drivers, Connecting to Database with the java.sql Package, Using JDBC Unit 3 25% Servlets Introduction to Servlets and architecture , Servlet Life Cycle, Servlet based Applications, type of servlet, Servlet and HTML,Session management JSP Introduction to JSP, JSP implicit objects, JSP based Applications, Session Management Unit 4 20% Remote Method Invocation (RMI) * The RMI Architecture * RMI Exceptions * Developing Applications With RMI * Parameter Passing in RMI XML XML syntax and semantics, Writing Document Type Definitions (DTDs), XML based applications Unit 5 25% Java Beans * An overview of Java Beans * Requirement, Development and Scope of Java Beans * Design consideration and Naming conventions of Java Beans and Guideline. Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) * Introduction to EJB * Entity Beans * Session BeansUnit 6 05% Struts * What is Struts? * Development Models * Model-view-controller architecture., * Struts flow with an example application Text Books:1. Professional Java Server Programming by Subrahmanyam Allamaraju Reference Books:1. J2EE Bible by Justin Couch and Deniel H. Steinberg 2. Professional Java Server Programming Volume I and II, Wrox Publication. 3. J2EE Unleashed by Joseph J. Bambara, BPB publications 4. Enterprise JAVA J2EE 1.3 complete, BPB publications 5. The complete Reference Struts (seventh edition).

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 705,Advance Java Technology Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks Duration Passing Marks 50 1.5 Hours 20
2. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1,2) Question 2 (Unit 3) Question 3 (Unit 4) Question 4 (Unit 5) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

Marks 5 marks 5 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 10 marks

External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70


2. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Duration 3 Hours

Passing Marks 28 Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 14 marks

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1,2) Question 2 (Unit 3) Question 3 (Unit 4) Question 4 (Unit 5) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

MSc (CA and IT) Semester VIII


(Non-CBCS)

(Effective From Academic Year 2012)

Sub No.

Subject Name

CS-801 CS-802 CS-803 CS-804 CS-805

Advance Networking Personality Development & Aptitude Web development using PHP Computer Security Health & Yoga Total

Teaching Scheme Theory Practical Lectures Per Batch * Hours/Week Hours/Week 4 0 4 4 4 4 20 6 6 6 6 24

Credits

4 6 6 6 6 28

Internal Marks Th. Prac. Total (I) 30 30 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 30 30 30 30

Examination Scheme External Marks Th. Durations Prac. Duration /Oral 70 3 hrs 3 hrs 35 35 35 35 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 35 35 35 35 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs

Grand Total (I+E) Total (E) 70 70 70 70 70

100 100 100 100 100 500

801 : Advance Networking


Unit : 1 [5%] Review of Basic Concepts Standards Internet History- OSI model Protocol suite Addressing Transmission media Local Area and Wide Area Networks Switching Connecting devices IP addressing Unit : 2 [25%] Internet Protocol Subnetting Supernetting IP packets Delivery Routing Routing model Routing table Datagram Fragmentation Checksum IP Design ARP RARP Internet control message protocol Internet group management protocol Unit : 3 [20%] Transmission Control Protocol User Datagram protocol UDP operation Use UDP design TCP services Flow control Error control TCP connection Transition diagram Congestion control Unit : 4 [35%] Application Layer and Client Server Model Concurrency BOOTP DHCP Domain name system Name space Distribution Resolution Messages Telnet Rlogin Network Virtual Terminal Character Set Controlling the server Remote login - File Transfer Protocol Connections Communication Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Simple Network Management Protocol Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Transaction Request and Response message Unit : 5 [15%] Mobile IP Mobility, routing and addressing, characteristics, operation, foreign agent discovery , registration and communication, two crossing problem, communication with computers on the home front. TCP over Wireless and IPv6, Satellite Systems, Ultra Wideband Technology (UWB), Multimedia Services Requirements Text Books: 1. Behrouz Forouzan , TCP/IP Protocol Suite, Second Edition, Tata McGraw Hill 2. Behrouz Forouzan ,Data communication & Networking, Second Edition, Tata McGraw Hill Reference Books: 1. Andrew S Tanenbaum , Computer Networks, Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall 2. Douglas E. Comer , Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. 1, Principles, Protocols and Architecture Fifth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2000, ISBN 0-13-018380-6. 3. William Stallings, Data and Computer Communications , Seventh Edition, Pearson Education

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VIII CS 801, Advance Networking Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.5 Hours Passing Marks 20

4. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1,5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VIII CS 801, Advance Networking External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28 Marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

4. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1,5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

802 : Personality Development & Aptitude


Unit : 1 [20%] Aspects of communication skills Unit : 2 [20%] Writing Skills: 1. Revision of Grammar 2. Writing Essays 3. Comprehension or Precis Writing Unit : 3 [20%] Business Communication [Written Communication] 1. Minutes 2. Memo 3. Bio-data 4. Memorandum 5. Notice 6. E-mail writing 7. Agenda 8. Proposal etc. Unit : 4 [20%] Aptitude Test preparation Unit : 5 [20%] [Practical Aspects of the course] Mock Interview, Group discussion, class-room teaching (Junior Classes), attitude building, team leadership and development of emotional and social intelligence etc. Reference Books: 1. Developing Communication Skills Krishna Mohan & Meena Banerji (Mac Millan) 2. A Practical English Grammar AJ. Thomsen & A.V. Martinet (Oxford India) 3. Comprehension, Precis and Paragraph Writing By Dr. Shakti Batra (M B D International) 4. A Communicative Grammar of English Geoffrey Leech & Jan Svartvik (Pearson Education) 5. English Conversation Practice Grant Taylor (Tata McGraw-Hill) 6. Handbook of Practical Communication Skills Chrissie Wright (Jaico Publishing House ) 7. Communicating for Results Fruehling R.R. & Lacombe J. M. (AITBS Publishers : New Delhi) 8. Advanced Business Communication J.M. Penrose, R.W. Rossberry & R.J. Myers (Ed. Thomson, South-Western:Singapore) 9. Business Ethics and Managerial Values S.K. Bhatiya (Deep & Deep Publication : New Delhi) 10. Living English Structure Standard Allen (Longman) 11. A Comprehensive English Language Course Chandak Chattarji (Orient Longman Ltd) 12. A Modern Approach To Verbal & Non-Verbal Reasoning R.S. Aggarwal (S.Chand & Company Ltd.) 13. Your Interview K.L. Kumar(S.Chand & Company Ltd.)

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VIII CS 802, Personality Development & Aptitute Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.5 Hours Passing Marks 20

5. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1,5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VIII CS 802,Personality Development & Aptitute External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28 Marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

5. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1,5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

803 : Web Development Using PHP


Unit : 1 [25%] Building blocks of PHP: Basic syntax, Variables, Data Types, Operators and expressions,Constants. Flow Control: Switch flow, Loops, Code Block, Sending data to the browser. Working With Arrays: Arrays, Creating array, Array related Functions. Working with Function: Function, Calling Function, Defining Function, Returning the Values from user defined function, Variable Scope, Argument. Working with Strings, Date and Time Functions: formatting String with PHP, Date and Time Function, String Manipulation and Investigating Strings with PHP. Working with Forms: Creating form, Handling form, Validating form data, Accessing form data, use of Hidden fields to save State, Redirecting user, file Upload and Sending Mail on Form Submission. Unit : 2 [25%] Understanding the Database Design Process; The importance of good database design,Types of Table Relationship, Understanding Normalization. Learning Basic SQL Command:Table Creation, Insert row, Select Command Using Where Clause, Update and Delete Command, Replace Command, String Function, Date and Time Functions, Stored Procedures, Join, Indexing and Sorting query. Using MySQL with PHP: connecting to MySQL and selecting the database, executing simple queries, retrieving query results, counting return Records, updating, Record Addition, Viewing Record, and Deletion Record with PHP.Connecting database with DSN.ODBC Connectivity Function. Filter option. Validate the data with filter option and sanitize. Unit : 3 [25%] Working with files: Include Files with INCLUDE, creating and deleting files, opening a file for reading, writing or Appending, Reading from files, Validating Files. Working with Directories: Directory related function. Working with Cookies and User Session: Introduction of Cookie, Setting a Cookie with PHP, Introduction of Session and Improving Session Security, Starting a Session, Working with Session Variables, Passing Session Id in the query String, Destroying Session and Unsetting Variables. Working With Images.Image related function. Miscellaneous function. Unit : 4 [25%] Introduction, the basic, auto loading objects, Class, Extends, Constructs, Scope Resolution Operator, Parent, serializing object, The magic objects sleep and awake, reference inside the constructor, comparing objects. Visibility, overloading, object interface, pattern, magic method, reflection, extending exception. Error Handling and Debugging: General error types and debugging, displaying PHP errors, Adjusting Error Reporting, Creating Custom error handler, PHP debugging techniques, SQL and MySQL debugging techniques. Text Book: 1. Begging PHP 5 by Wrox. 2. Julie C. Meloni, PHP MySQL and Apache, SAMS Teach Yourself, Pearson Education. Reference Books: 3. PHP and MySQL for dynamic Web Sites: Visual Quickpro Guide, Second Edition by Larry. 4. Programming PHP By Rasmus Lerdorf, Kevin Tatroe, Peter Maclntyre.803 : Web Development using PHP [Practical List] 1. Write a PHP program to display Hello World Message on Screen. 2. Write a PHP program to display the todays date and current time. 3. Write a PHP program to read the employee detail using form component. 4. Write a PHP program to display the Fibonacci series. 5. Write a PHP program to calculate sum of given number. 6. Write a PHP Program that will use the concept form. 7. Write a PHP program to send Mail from PHP Script. 8. Write a PHP Program for Create, Delete, and Copying file from PHP Script. 9. Write a PHP Program to Recursive Traversals of Directory. 10. Write a PHP Program to Validate Input Data.

11. Write a PHP Program to Upload File. 12. Write a PHP program to demonstrate the use of array. 13. Write a PHP program to prepare student Mark sheet. 14. Write a PHP program to generate the multiplication of matrix. 15. Write a PHP program to perform demonstrate the college Website. 16. Write a PHP program to add new rows in a Table. 17. Write a PHP program to modify the rows in a Table. 18. Write a PHP program to delete the rows in a Table. 19. Write a PHP program to fetch rows in a Table. 20. Develop an PHP application to make following Operation i. Registration of user. ii. Insert the details of user. iii. Modify the details. iv. Transaction Maintained like the use of session and cookies variable.

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VII CS 803,Web Development Using PHP Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks Duration Passing Marks 50 1.5 Hours 20
3. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

Marks 5 marks 5 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 10 marks

External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70


3. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Duration 3 Hours

Passing Marks 28 Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 14 marks

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

804 : Computer Security


Unit : 1 [20%] Introduction to computer security (book no-1) What Is Computer Security? A Broader Definition of Security Security Policy - Introduction - Corporate Policy - Information Security Policy Concepts, Classification of information - Personnel Security policy Ethics ,Password Policy ,General Software Policy ,Networks , Internet, Laptops and portable computers - Computer & Network Policy System administration policy o Physical security, Access Control, Logon Policy, Assurance , Accountability and Audit , Reliability of Service Network Policy o Network / Distributed Systems Policy , Dial-in access , Dialout , Internet Firewall , Interfaces to other networks , Incident Response Procedure Software Development Policy o General Guidelines, Production Guidelines - Business Continuity Planning - Enforcement Physical Security - Buildings - Transport of Data - Backups - Disks - Laptops / mobile computers - Printers - Computers - "Clean desk" Unit : 2 [20%] System Security(book no-2) - Intruders o Intruders, Intruders detection, Password management. - Malicious Software o Viruses and Related Threats - Firewalls o Firewalls Design principle, established systems. Unit : 3 [25%] Cryptography(book no 2) - Foundations of cryptography and computer security o Mathematical foundations, Randomness - Symmetric key cryptography o Classical Encryption Techniques o Block Ciphers And The Data Encryption Standard o Advance Encryption Standard o Confidentiality Using Symmetric Encryption - Public key cryptography o Public Key Cryptography And RSA o Message Authentication And Hash Function

Unit : 4 [35%] Network Security(book no-2) - Protocols :- Digital Signature standards. - Electronics Mail Security - PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) MIME, data Compression technique. - IP Security:- Architecture, Authentication Leader, Encapsulating security Payload - Key Management. - Web security: -Secure Socket Layer & Transport Layer security, secure electronics transactions. book no 3 - Local and Metropolitan Area Network Security Environment. - Wide Area Network Security. - Virtual Networks Security. - Distributed Systems Security. - Wireless Networking Security Textbooks: 1. IT Security Cook Book(http://www.boran.com/security) 2. Cryptography and Network Security (2nd edition) William Stallings(Pearson Education) 3. Enterprise Security, 1/e Robert C. Newman(Pearson Education) Reference books: 1. Computer Security Basics By Debby Russell, G.T. Gangemi, Sr.(Oreilly) 2. Network Security private communication in a PUBLIC world By Charlie Kaufman, Radia Perlman , Mike Speciner 3. Security in Computing, 3/e Charless P. Pfleeger, Shari Lawrence Pfleeger.804 : Computer Security

[Practical List] 1. Write a 'c' program to encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using Ceaser Cipher. 2. Write a 'c' program to decrypt the ciphetext and display the plain text using Ceaser Cipher. 3. Write a 'c' program to encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using Monoalphabetic Substitution Cipher. 4. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the cipher text and display the plain text using Monoalphabetic Substitution Cipher. 5. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using playfair Cipher. 6. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the Ciphertext and display the plaintext using playfairCipher. 7. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using Hill Cipher. 8. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the Ciphertext and display the plaintext using Hill Cipher. 9. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using VigenereCipher. 10. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the cipher text and display the plain text using VigenereCipher. 11. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using AutokeyVigenere Cipher. 12. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the ciphertext and display the plain text using AutokeyVigenere Cipher. 13. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using One-Time PadVigenere Cipher. 14. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the ciphertext and display the plaintext using One-Time PadVigenere Cipher. 15. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using Rail FenceTransposition Cipher. 16. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the cipher text and display the plaintext using Rail FenceTransposition Cipher. 17. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using ColumnarTransposition Cipher. 18. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the cipher text and display the plain text using ColumnarTransposition Cipher. 19. Write a 'c' program to Encrypt the plaintext and display the cipher text using Three-Rotormachine. 20. Write a 'c' program to Decrypt the cipher text and display the plain text using Three-RotorMachine.

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VIII CS 804,Computer Security Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks Duration Passing Marks 50 1.5 Hours 20
4. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

Marks 5 marks 5 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 10 marks

External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70


4. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Duration 3 Hours

Passing Marks 28 Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 14 marks

Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5 (Programs)

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

805 : Health & Yoga


Unit : 1 [20%] Meaning-need-importance of historical background of yoga types of yoga. Bhakti yoga, karma yoga, Raja yoga Unit : 2 [20%] Effects of yoga on different system of human body, impact of yoga on daily life. Scientific effects of yogasanas. Prayanaym Kriyas : Therapeutics of use of yoga. Yoga and dietary principles. Unit : 3 [20%] Definition-meaning of physical fitness- its need and importance, meaning of wellness difference between physical fitness and wellness the relationship between fitness/wellness and health-components of physical fitness and their meaning and importance Unit : 4 [20%] Assessment of physical fitness-athletic related fitness and health related fitness. Problems associated with measurement of physical education strength and endurance, assessment and prescription. Problem associated with measurement of cardio-vascular endurance. Unit : 5 [20%] Body composition-techniques for assessing body composition nutrition for weight control and wellness-effects of exercises on physical fitness-preventive and curative. Exercise for cardiovascular disease-chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases-diabetes-back pain Reference books: 1. Swami Digamberji.Yoga and physical education,Kavivalyadhama.Lonavala,India 2. Yogamimamsa,Quarterly Publication Kavivalyadhama Lonavala,India 3. Dr.M.L.Gharota,Science of Yoga,kaivalayadhama, Lonavala,India 4. Dr.Karambalkar,Therapuetic value of yoga,Kaivalyadhama, Lonavala,India 5. Barry L.johnson and jack k Nelson,Practical Measurement for evaluation in physical Education Burguss Publishing Company,University of Minnesota. 6. Werner.W.K.Horger and Sharon A Hdger,Fitness and Wellness,morton publishing company,Englewood 7.Resthowel and A.K.Uppal,Foundation of physical Education,Friends publication Newdelhi805 : Health & Yoga [practical List] Health : [50%] General fitness test [Note: AAPHER Fitness Test or Barrows Motor ability Test may be applied] Yoga: [50%] 1. Shutkriyas Neti - Cleansing the Nasal Passages Kapalbhati - Cleansing the carities in the SKULL Tratak - Steady Gazing 2. Pranayam Unulom - Vilom Pranayam Bhastrika Pranayam Bhramari Pranayam Aum-Ram Mantra 3. Asan 1. Padmasan 2. Vajrasan 3. Matsyendrasan 4. Pashchimottanasan 5. Sarpasan 6. Shulabhasan

7. Bhujangasan 8. Dhanurasan 9. Tiryakasan 10. Padangushtasan 11. Anuvrattasan 12. Uttanpadasun 13. Chakrasan 14. Halasan 15. Matsyasan 16. Lolasan 17. Kraunchasan 18. Kukkutasan 19. Sarvangasan 20. Shirshasan 4. Surya Namaskar

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VIII CS 805, Health & Yoga Internal Exam Structure Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.5 Hours Passing Marks 20

6. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester VIII CS 802,Personality Development & Aptitute External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28 Marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

6. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A(Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

MSc (CA and IT) Semester IX(Non-CBCS)

Sub No. Subject Name

Teaching Scheme Theory Practical

Internal Marks

Examination Scheme External Marks

Lectures Per Batch * Th. Prac. Total Th. Durations Prac. Duration Total Hours/ Hours/Week (I) /Oral (E) Week CS-901 Artificial Intelligence CS-902 Embedded System
Elective I Elective - II

Grand Total (I+E)

4 4 * * * --

3 3 --12 --

30 30 ---

-----

30 70 30 70 -----

3 hrs 3 hrs ---

----180

----6 hrs --

70 70 --180 --

100 100 100 100 300 700

CS-905 Practical Based on 901 to 904 Total

-- 120 120 -------

--

Practical marks based on the subjects selected by students.

Elective Subjects: Sub No. Subject Name Teaching Scheme Theory Practical Examination Scheme External Marks

Grand Lectures Per Batch * Th. Prac. Total Th. Durations Prac. Duration Total Total Hours/ Hours/Week (I) /Oral (E) (I+E) Week
Mobile Computing Biomformatics Image Processing Data Warehousing and Data Mining Advanced Database Management system Geographical Information System 3 3 5 3 3 5 3 3 3 3 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 70 70 70 70 70 70 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 3 hrs 70 70 70 70 70 70 100 100 100 100 100 100

Internal Marks

CS903 CS904 CS905 CS906 CS907 CS908


Elective I : CS-903,CS-904,CS-905 Elective II : CS-906,CS-907,CS-908

CS : 901 Artificial Intelligence

UNIT-I [20%] Introduction and Application of Artificial Intelligence. Problem Solving: Defining the Problem as State Space Search, Production System, Problem Characteristics, Production System Characteristics. Heuristic Search Techniques: Generate and Test, Hill Climbing, Best First Search, A* Algorithm, Problem Reduction, Constraint Satisfaction, Means End Analysis. UNIT-II [15%] Knowledge Representation: Types and Level of Knowledge, Predicate Logic, Forward Vs. Backward Reasoning, Semantic Nets, Frame, Script. Formalized Symbolic Logics: syntax and semantics for propositional logic, Inference Rules. UNIT-III [10%] Expert System: Definition of an Expert System, Role of Knowledge in Expert System, Architecture of Expert System, Expert System Development Life Cycle, Knowledge Acquisition. UNIT-IV [25%] Introduction to Neural Networks: Hop field Networks, Learning in Neural Networks, Perceptrons, Backpropagation Networks, Application of Neural Networks. Perception And Action: Robot Architecture, Vision, Texture and Images, Representing and Recognizing Scene. Game Playing: The Minimax Search Procedure, Alpha Beta Cutoffs. Natural Language Processing: Syntactic Processing, Semantic Analysis, Augmented Transition Networks. UNIT-V [30%] Programming in Logic (PROLOG): Introduction, PROLOG variables, Using Rules, Input and Output Predicates, Fail and Cut Predicates, Recursion, Arithmetic Operation, Compound Object, Dynamic Database, Lists, String and File operation. Texts/References: 1. Artificial Intelligence (2nd Edition). By Elaine Rich & Kevin Knight Tata McGraw-Hill Edition. 2. Artificial Intelligence By George F Luger.Pearson Education 3. Introduction to A.I. & Expert System. By Dan W. Patterson, Prentice-Hall India Pvt. Ltd. 4. Introduction to Turbo PROLOG By Carl Townsend BPB Publication.

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS 901, Artificial Intelligence Internal Exam Structure Duration 1.5 Hours

Maximum Marks 50 Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5 (Programs)

Passing Marks 20 Marks 5 marks 5 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 10 marks

1. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Two out of Three)

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS 901, Artificial Intelligence External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28

1. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1,5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) Programs (Any two outof Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 14 Marks

CS:902 Embedded System


A First Look at Embedded Systems. Examples of Embedded Systems, Typical Hardware. Hardware Fundamentals for the Software Engineer. Terminology,Gates,Other Basic Considerations, Timing Diagrams, Memory. Advanced Hardware Fundamentals. Microprocessors, Buses, Direct Memory Access, Interrupts, Other Common Parts, Built-Ins on the Microprocessor, Conventions Used on Schematics. Interrupts. Microprocessor Architecture, Interrupt Basics, The Shared-Data Problem, Interrupt Latency. Survey of Software Architectures. Round-Robin, Round-Robin with Interrupts, Function-QueueScheduling Architecture, Real-Time Operating System Architecture, Selecting an Architecture. Introduction to Real-Time Operating Systems. Tasks and Task States, Tasks and Data, Semaphores and Shared Data. More Operating System Services. Message Queues, Mailboxes, and Pipes, Timer Functions, Events. Memory Management, Interrupt Routines in an RTOS Environment. Basic Design Using a Real-Time Operating System. Overview, Principles, Encapsulating Semaphores and Queues. Hard Real-Time Scheduling Considerations. Saving Memory Space. Saving Power. Embedded Software Development Tools. Host and Target Machines, Linker/Locators for Embedded Software. Getting Embedded Software into the Target System. Debugging Techniques. Testing on Your Host Machine, Instruction Set Simulators, The assert Macro, Using Laboratory Tools. Text Books : 1. An Embedded Software Primer By David E. Simon(Pearson Education) 2. Fundamentals of Embedded Software By Daniel W. Lewis (Pearson Education)

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS 902, Embedded Systems Internal Exam Structure Duration 1.5 Hours

Maximum Marks 50 Questions Question 1 (Unit 1) Question 2 (Unit 2) Question 3 (Unit 3) Question 4 (Unit 4) Question 5

Passing Marks 20 Marks 5 marks 5 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 4 marks 6 marks

2. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.

Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions/Programs), (Two out of Three) B (Medium length questions/Programs) (Two out of Three)

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS 902, Embedded Systems External Exam Structure Maximum Marks 70 Duration 3 Hours Passing Marks 28

2. There are 5 questions each carrying 14 marks.


Questions Question 1 (Unit All) Question 2 (Unit 1,5) Question 3 (Unit 2) Question 4 (Unit 3) Question 5 (Unit 4) Section A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions) (Two out of Three) A (Medium length questions/Programs), (Two out of Three) B (Essay type questions/Programs) (Two out of Three) Marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

CS-903 : Mobile Computing (MC)


1. Introduction to Android [2Hrs] History of Mobile Software Development The Open Handset Alliance The Android Platform Android SDK Building a sample Android application Android Application Design Essentials [19Hrs] Anatomy of an Android applications Android terminologies Application Context, Activities, Services, Intents Receiving and Broadcasting Intents Android Manifest File and its common settings Using Intent Filter, Permissions Managing Application resources in a hierarchy Working with different types of resources Android User Interface Design Essentials [8Hrs] 4. User Interface Screen elements Designing User Interfaces with Layouts Drawing and Working with Animation Using Common Android APIs [18Hrs] Using Android Data and Storage APIs Managing data using SQLite Sharing Data Between Applications with Content Providers Using Android Networking APIs Using Android Web APIs Using Android Telephony APIs [3Hrs] [1 Hr] [5Hrs] [2Hrs] [2Hrs] [5Hrs] [1 Hr] [3Hrs] [5Hrs] [3Hrs] [1 Hr] [3Hrs] [2Hrs] [1 Hr]

5. Deploying Android Application to the World [1Hr] Selling your Android application

Text Book:
1. Lauren Darcey and Education, 2nd ed. (2011) Shane Conder, "Android Wireless Application Development", Pearson

Reference Books:
1. Reto Meier, "Professional Android 2 Application Development", Wiley India Pvt Ltd (2011) 2. Mark L Murphy, "Beginning Android", Wiley India Pvt Ltd(2009) 3. Sayed Y Hashimi and Satya Komatineni, "Pro Android", Wiley India Pvt Ltd(2009)

Chapter wise Coverage from Text Book: Chapters: 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 29

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-903, Elective I - Mobile Computing (MC) Internal Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.5 Hours Passing Marks 20

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B Programs

5 marks 5 marks
4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 10 Marks

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-903, Elective I - Mobile Computing (MC) External Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 70 Duration Passing Marks 28

3 Hours

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B Programs

7 marks 7 marks
6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 10 marks

CS 904 : Biomformatics (Bio-I) (Elective-III)


Unit 1: Introduction of Bioinformatics: Biology in the Computer Age, Computational Approaches to Biological Questions Unit 2: Tools for Bioinformatics: Biological Research on the Web, Sequence Analysis, Pairwise Alignment and Database Searching, Multiple Sequence Alignments, Trees, and Profiles Unit 3: Protein Structure and Prediction: Visualizing Protein Structures and Computing Structural Properties, Predicting Protein Structure and Function from Sequence, Tools for Genomics and Proteomics Unit 4: Databases and Visualization: Building Biological Databases, Visualization and Data Mining (20%) Text Book: (An introduction to Software Tools for Biological Applications) Cynthia Gibas & Perl Jambeck, "Developing Bioinformatics Computer Skills", O'Reilly Publications Chapter wise Coverage: Unit 1: Chapters 1, 2 Unit 2: Chapters 6, 7, 8 Unit 3: Chapters 9, 10, 11 Unit 4: Chapter 13, 14 Reference Books: 1. Orpita Bosu & Simminder Kaur Thukral, "BIOINFORMATICS Databases, Tools and Algorithms", Oxford Publications 2. Jean-Michel Claverie & Cedric Notredame, "Bioinformatics - A Beginner's Guide", Wiley Publications 3. Zhumar Ghosh & Bibekanand Mallick, "BIOINFORMATICS Principles and Applications", Oxford Publications 4. Kenneth Baclawski and Tianhua Niu, "Bioinformatics", JAICO BOOKS Publications . Laboratory Exercise Development of Data Warehouse for biological databases Developing Web-Based Software that interacts with databases Development of tools based on data mining techniques for pattern recognition from sequences Development of software for sequence conversion from one database form to another Development of sequence submission tool to the database Microarray Database creation and its management Identification of Single Nucleotide Polymorphism Identification of structure from sequences Identification and recognition of mutation from database Development of sequence comparison tools Development of Grid for bioinformatics Development of Structure Prediction tools Write a programs for DNA: o DNA Replication o DNA Transcription o DNA Translation o For given DNA sequence, find start codon and stop codon

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-904,Elective -I Biomformatics (Bio-I) Internal Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.6 Hours Passing Marks 20

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B A: B: KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-904,Elective -I Biomformatics (Bio-I) External Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 70 Duration

5 marks 5 marks
4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

4 Hours

Passing Marks 28

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B A: B:

7 marks 7 marks
6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

CS: 905 Image Processing Unit 1 : Introduction [10%] What is Digital Image Processing The origins of Digital Image Processing Examples of Fields that use Digital Image Processing o Gamma-Ray imaging o X.-Ray Imaging o Imaging in the Ultraviolet Band o Imaging in the visible and Infrared Bands o Imaging in the Microwave Band o Imaging in the Radio band o Other Imaging Modalities Fundamental steps in Digital Image processing Components of Image Processing system Unit 2: Digital Image Fundamentals [10%] Elements of Visual Perception o Structure of the Human o Image Formation in the Eye o Brightness Adaptation and Discrimination Light and Electromagnetic Spectrum Image Sensing and Acquisition o Image Acquisition using a Single sensor o Image Acquisition using a Sensor Strips o Image Acquisition using a Sensor Arrays o A sample Image Formation Model Image Sampling and Quantization o Basic Concepts and Sampling and Quantization o Representing Digital Image o Spatial and Gray level resolution o Aliasing and Moire Pattern o Zooming and Shrinking Digital Images Some basic Relationships between Pixels o Neighbors of a pixel o Adjacency,connectivity,regions and Boundaries o Distance Measures o Image Operations on a pixel basics Linear and Nonlinear Operations Unit 3 : Image Enhancement in the spatial domain [20%] Background Some basic gray level transformation Histogram processing Enhancement using Arithmetic/Logic operations Basics of spatial filtering Smoothing spatial filters Sharpening spatial filters Combining Spatial Enhancement features Unit 4: Image Restoration [20%] A model of the Image Degradation/Restoration process

Noise Models Restoration in the presence of noise only spatial filtering Periodic noise reduction by Frequency domain filtering Linear, Position-invariant degradation Estimating the degradation functions Inverse filtering Minimum Mean Square Error (Wiener) filtering Constrained least squares filtering Geometric mean filter Geometric Transformations Unit 5: Color Image Processing [15%] Color Fundamentals Color models o The RGB color model o The CMY and CMYK color models o The HSI color model Pseudo Color image processing o Intensity slicing o Gray level to color transformations Basics of full color image processing Color transformations o Formulation o Color complements o Color slicing o Tone and color corrections o Histogram processing Smoothing and sharpening o Color image smoothing o Color image sharpening Color segmentation o Segmentation in HSI color space, Segmentation in RGB vector space o Color edge detection Noise in color images , Color Image compression Unit 6: Image Compression [25%] Fundamentals o Coding Redundancy , Interpixel Redundancy ,Psycho visual Redundancy,Fidelity criteria Image Compression models o The source encoder and decoder o The Channel encoder and decoder Elements of Information theory o Measuring information,The information channel,Fundamental coding theorems o Using information theorems Error free compression o Variable length coding,LZW coding ,Bit plane coding, Loss less predictive coding Lossy compression o Lossy predictive coding , Transform coding , Wavelet coding Text Book : Digital Image Processing (Second Edition) By Rafael C. Gozales, Richard E. Woods. (Pearson Education)

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-905,Elective -I Image Processing (Bio-I) Internal Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.7 Hours Passing Marks 20

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

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Marks

A B A B A B A B A: B: KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-904,Elective -I Image Processing (Bio-I) External Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 70 Duration

5 marks 5 marks
4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

5 Hours

Passing Marks 28

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A B A B A B A B A: B:

7 marks 7 marks
6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

CS : 906 Data Warehousing & Data Mining (DWDM) 1. Introduction to Data Warehousing, A Multi-dimensional Data Model & OLAP Operations & Servers

Schemas, (6 Lect.)

An overview and definition along with clear understanding of the four key-words appearing in the definition. Differences between Operational Database Systems and Data Warehouses; Difference between OLTP & OLAP Overview of Multi-dimensional Data Model, and the basic differentiation between "Fact" and "Dimension"; Multi-dimensional Cube Concept Hierarchies of "Dimensions" Parameters: Examples and the advantages Star, Snowflakes, and Fact Constellations Schemas for Multi-dimensional Databases Measures: Their Categorization and Computation Pre-computation of Cubes, Constraint on Storage Space, Possible Solutions OLAP Operations in Multi-dimensional Data Model: Roll-up, Drill-down, Slice & Dice, Pivot (Rotate) Indexing OLAP Data; Efficient Processing of OLAP Queries Type of OLAP Servers: ROLAP versus MOLAP versus HOLAP Metadata Repository

2. Data Warehouse Architecture; Further Development of Data Cube & OLAP Technology

(3 Lect.)

The Design of A Data Warehouse: A Business Analysis Framework; The Process of Data Warehouse Design A 3-Tier Data Warehouse Architecture; Enterprise Warehouse, Data mart, Virtual Warehouse Discovery-Driven Exploration of Data Cubes; Complex Aggregation at Multiple Granularity: Multi-feature Cubes Constrained Gradient Analysis of Data Cubes

3. P re-processing

(7 Lect.)

The need for Pre-processing, Descriptive Data Summarization Data Cleaning: Missing Values, Noisy Data, Data Cleaning as a Process Data Integration & Transformation Data Cube Aggregation; Attribute Subset Selection Dimesionality Reduction: Basic Concepts only Numerosity Reduction: Regression & Log-linear Models, Histograms, Clustering, Sampling Data Dicretization & Concept Hierarchy Generation For Numerical Data: Binning, Histogram Analysis, Entropy-based Discretization, Interval Merging by x Analysis, Cluster Analysis, Discretization by Intuitive Partitioning For Categorical Data

4. Data Mining: Introduction


(4 Lect.)
Concept/Class Associations,

An Overview; What is Data Mining; Data Mining - on What Kind of Data Data Mining Functionalities - What Kind of Patterns Can be Mined; Description: Characterization & Discrimination; Mining Frequent Patterns, and Correlations; Classification & Prediction; Cluster Analysis; Outlier Analysis Are All of the Patterns Interesting Classification of Data Mining Systems Data Mining Task Primitives Integration of a Data Mining System with a Database or Data Warehouse System Major Issues in Data Mining

5. Attribute-Oriented Induction: An Alternate Method for Data Generalization & Concept Description (4 Lect.)
Attribute-Oriented Induction for Data Characterization, and Presentation of the Derived Generalization Mining Class Comparisons: Discrimination between Different Classes Class Descriptions: Presentation of both Characterization & Comparison Its Efficient Implementation;

6. Mining Frequent Patterns, Associations, and Correlations


(4 Lect.)

Basic Concepts: Market Basket Analysis; Frequent Itemsets, Closed Itemsets, and Association Rules; Frequent Pattern Mining: A Roadmap Apriori Algorithm: Finding Frequent Itemsets Using Candidate Generation; Generating Association Rules from Frequent Itemsets; Improving the Efficiency of Apriori From Association Mining to Correlation Analysis; Strong Rules Are Not Necessarily Interesting: An Example; From Association Analysis to Correlation Analysis

7. Classification & Prediction

(9+2 Lect.)

Introduction to Classification and Prediction; Basics of Supervised & Unsupervised Learning; Preparing the Data for Classification and Prediction; Comparing Classification and Prediction Methods Classification by Decision Tree Induction, Attribute Selection Measures; Tree Pruning; Scalability and Decision Tree Induction Rule-based Classification: Using IF-THEN Rules for Classification; Rule Extraction from a Decision Trees; Rule Induction Using a Sequential Covering Algorithm Bayesian Classification: Bayes' Theorem, Naive Bayesian Classification; Bayesian Belief Networks An Overview of Other Classification Methods (2 Lectures) Prediction: Linear Regression; Non-linear Regression; Other Regression Models Classifier Accuracy and Error Measures: Classifier Accuracy Measures; Predictor Error Measures Evaluating the Accuracy of a Classifier or Predictor: Holdout Method and Random Subsampling; Cross Validation; Bootstrap Ensemble Methods - Increasing the Accuracy: Bagging; Boosting

8. Cluster Analysis

(6+2 Lect.)

Introduction to Cluster Analysis; Types of Data in Cluster Analysis; A Categorization of major Clustering Methods Partitioning Methods; Centroid-Based Technique: K-Means Method; Overview of Other Clustering Methods An Overview of Other Clustering Methods (2 Lectures) Outlier Analysis; Statistical Distribution-based Outlier Detection; Distance-based Outlier Detection; Density-based Outlier Detection; Deviation-based Outlier Detection

9. Data Mining Applications

(3 Lect.)

Data Mining for: (a) Financial Data Analysis; (b) The Retail Industry; (c) The Telecommunication Industry; (d) Biological Data Analysis; (e) Other Scientific Applications; (f) Intrusion detection Data Mining Systems: (a) How to Choose; (b) Examples of Commercial Data Mining Systems

Text Book:
1. Jiawei Han & Micheline Kamber, "Data Mining: Concepts & Techniques", Morgan Kaufmann Publishers (2002)

Other Reference Books:


1. 2. W. H. Inmon, "Building the Data Warehouse", Wiley Dreamtech India Pvt. Ltd. Mohanty, Soumendra, "Data Warehousing: Design, Development and Best Practices", Tata McGraw Hill (2006) Pearson (2000) Rs. 195/-

3. Pieter Adriaans & Dolf Zentinge, "Data Mining", Addison-Wesley, 4. Daniel T. Larose, "Data Mining Methods & Models", Wiley-India (2007)

4.

Chapter wise Coverage from the Text Books:


5. Unit-1: 3.1, 3.1.1, 3.2, 3.2.1 to 3.2.6, 3.4.1 to 3.4.3, 3.3.4, 3.3.5 Unit-2: 3.3, 3.3.1, 3.3.2, 4.2.1 to 4.2.3 6. Unit-3: 2.1, 2.2, 2.2.1 to 2.2.3, 2.3.1 to 2.3.3, 2.4.1, 2.4.2, 2.5.1, 2.5.2, (Introductory Portion of 2.5.3), 2.5.4, 2.6, 2.6.1, 2.6.2 7. Unit-4: 1.1 to 1.3: 1.3.1 to 1.3.4, 1.4, 1.4.1 to 1.4.5, 1.5 to 1.9 8. Unit-5: 4.3.1 to 4.3.5 9. Unit-6: 5.1.1 to 5.1.3, 5.2.1 to 5.2.3, 5.4, 5.4.1, 5.4.2 10. Unit-7: 6.1, 6.2, 6.2.1, 6.2.2, 6.3, 6.3.1 to 6.3.4, 6.5, 6.5.1 to 6.5.3, 6.4, 6.4.1 to 6.4.3, 6.11, 6.11.1 to 6.11.3, 6.12, 6.12.1, 6.12.2, 6.13, 6.13.1 to 6.13.3, 6.14, 6.14.1, 6.14.2 Unit-8: 7.1, 7.2, 7.2.1 to 7.2.5, 7.3, 7.4, 7.4.1, 7.11, 7.11.1 to 7.11.4 Unit-9: 11.1, 11.1.1 to 11.1.6, 11.2, 11.2.1, 11.2.2

Laboratory Exercise
The objective of the lab exercises is to use data mining techniques to identify customer segments and understand their buying behavior and to use standard databases available to understand DM processes using WEKA (or any other DM tool) 1. 2. 3. Gain insight for running pre- defined decision trees and explore results using MS OLAP Analytics. Using IBM OLAP Miner - Understand the use of data mining for evaluating the content of multidimensional cubes. Using Teradata Warehouse Miner - Create mining models that are executed in SQL.

BI Portal Lab: The objective of the lab exercises is to integrate pre-built reports into a portal application
4. Publish cognos cubes to a business intelligence portal.

Metadata & ETL Lab: The objective of the lab exercises is to implement metadata import agents to pull metadata from leading business intelligence tools and populate a metadata repository. To understand ETL processes
5. 6. 7. Import metadata from specific business intelligence repository. Publish metadata stored in the repository. Load data from heterogeneous sources including text schema. tools and populate a metadata

files

into

pre-defined

warehouse

Major Tools for Lab Exercise


1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Weka (an Open Source) by The University of Waikato IBM Intelligent Miner MS OLAP Analytics XLMiner Programming in "R"

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-906, Elective II - Data Warehousing & Data Mining (DWDM) Internal Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.8 Hours Passing Marks 20

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B A B KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX

5 marks 5 marks
4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

CS-903, Elective I - Data Warehousing & Data Mining (DWDM) External Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 70 Duration Passing Marks 28

6 Hours

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

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Marks

A B A B A B A B A B

7 marks 7 marks
6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

CS-907: Advanced Data Base Management Systems (ADBMS) 1. Getting Started with Database Architecture and Managing Data Storage (10%)
Introduction to Database, Database System Environment - an Example, Data Models, Schema and Instances, Three Schema Architecture of Database, Component Modules of Database Systems, Database System Utilities, Memory Hierarchy and Storage Devices, Storage of Databases, Buffering of Blocks, Places File Record on Disk, Files of Unordered Records and Unordered Records

2.

Database Tuning and Database Security (20%)


Physical Database Design in Relational Database, Overview of Database Tuning and Relational Systems, Database Security and its Issues, Granting and Revoking Privileges, Role Based Access Control for Multilevel Security, Encryption and PKI

3.

Backup & Recovery in Database and Database Indexing (20%)


Providing Backup and Recovery, Recovery Concepts, Recovery Techniques Based on Deferred Update and Immediate Update, Recovery in Distributed Database, Distributed Database in Oracle, Types of Single Level Ordered Indexes, Primary Index, Cluster Index, Secondary Index, Multilevel Index

4.

Managing Different Databases and Distributed Databases (20%)


Overview of Temporal and Deductive Databases, Temporal Database Concepts, Deductive Database, Distributed Database Concepts, Data Fragmentation, Allocation Techniques for Distributed Database Design, Types of Distributed Database Systems

Emerging Database Technologies and Object-Relational Databases (20%)


Overview of Object Relational Features, Current Trends of Database Technology, Implementation and Relational Issues of Extended Type, Nested Relational Model, Mobile Databases, Multimedia Databases, Geographic Information Systems, Genome Database Systems

6. Oracle Net, Utilities, Backup and Recovery (10%)


Oracle Net Configuration, Concept of Service Name, Listener, Using Oracle Net Configuration Assistant, Using Oracle Net Manager, Bulk Insert : Using SQL*Loader, Managing Large Databases Text Books: 1. Ramesh Elmasari, Shamkant B. Navathe, "Fundamentals of Database Systems", Pearson Education, 5th Edition 2. Kevin Loney, Maklene Therialt, "Oracle 9i, DBA Handbook", Oracle Press, TMGH Publications Reference Books: 1. Sam R. Alapati, "Expert Oracle9i Database Administration", Apress, 2. Bob Bryla, Kevin Loney, "Oracle Database 11g DBA Handbook", Oracle Press, TMGH Publication 3. S. K. Singh, "Database Systems Concepts, Design & Applications", Pearson Education

Chapter wise Coverage from Text book(s):

Book # Unit # 1 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 2 Unit 6

Contents
Chps. 1.1,1.2, 2.1, 2.2, 2.4.1, 2.4.2, 13.1, 13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13.3, 13.4 Chps. 16.1.1, 16.1.2, 16.2, 23.1, 23.2, 23.3, 23.6 Chps. 1.6, 19.1, 19.2, 19.3, 25.5, 25.7, 14.1, 14.2 Chps. 24.2, 24.4, 25.1, 25.2, 25.3 Chps. 22.1, 22.2, 22.5, 22.6, 30.1, 30.2, 30.3, 30.4 Pgs. 521 - 538, 318 - 323, 552 - 561, 589 - 590

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-907, Elective II - Advanced Data Base Management Systems (ADBMS) Internal Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.9 Hours Passing Marks 20

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B A : Programs/Query B : Programs/Query

5 marks 5 marks
4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-907, Elective II - Advanced Data Base Management Systems (ADBMS) External Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 70 Duration Passing Marks 28

7 Hours

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

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Marks

A B A B A B A B A : Programs/ Query B : Programs/ Query

7 marks 7 marks
6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

CS 908 Geographical Information Systems (GIS)


Unit - 1 - Introduction to GIS and Digital Geographic Data & Maps [12 Lectures] [25%]
Introduction to Digital Geographic Data: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Measurement, Spatial Location and Reference, Spatial Patterns, Geographic Data Collection Map Basics: Abstract Nature of Maps, Map Scale, More Map Characteristics, Map Projection, Grid Systems for Process, Map Symbolism GIS Data Models: Computer File Structure, Database Structure, Graphic Representation of Entities and Attributes, GIS data Models for Multiple MAPS,

Unit - 2 - Input, Storage and Editing


The Input Subsystem:

[08 Lectures] [15%]

Primary Data, Input Devices, Vector Input, Raster Input, Remote Sensing Data Input, GPS Data Input, Metadata and Metadata Standards. Data Storage and Editing: Storage of GIS Databases, Detecting and Editing Errors of Different Types, Dealing with Projection Changes, Edge Matching, Rubber Shitting.

Unit - 3 - Analysis

[25 Lectures] [50%]

Elementary Spatial Analysis: GIS Data Query, Defining Spatial Characteristics, Working with Higher - Level Objectives Measurement: Measuring Length of Linear Objectives, Polygons, Shape and Distance Classification: Classification Principal, Elements of Reclassification, Neighborhood Functions, Roving Windows, Buffers Statistical Surfaces: Surface Mapping, Sampling the Statistical Surface, The DEM, Raster Surface, Interpolation, Terrain Reclassification, Slicing the Statistical Surface, Cut and Fill Spatial Arrangement Point, Line and Area Arrangement, Point Patterns, Thiessen Polygons, Area Patterns, Distance and Adjacency, Polygon Arrangement Measures, Linear Patterns, Directionality of Linear and Areal Objective, Connectivity of Linear Objects, Gravity Model, Routing and Allocation, The Missing Variables Comparing Variables Among Maps: The Cartographic Overlay, Point-in-Polygon, Line-in-Polygon, Polygon Overlay, Automating the of Vector Overlay, CAD-Type Overlay, Dasymetric Mapping Cartographic Modeling: Model Components, The Cartographic Models, Types of Cartographic Models, Inductive Modeling, Factor Selection, model Flowcharting, Model implementation, Model Verification

Overlay,

Types

and

Deductive

Unit - 4 - GIS Output


The Output from Analysis: Output: The Display of Noncartographic Output

[05 Lectures] [10 % ]

Analysis,

Cartographic

Output,

The

Design

Process,

Map

Design

Controls,

Text Book:
1. Michael N DeMers, "Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems", Wiley India Education

Reference Books:
1. Kang-tsung Chang, "Introduction to Geographic Information Systems", McGraw-Hill Publication 2. YEUNG, ALBERT K. W., LO, C. P., "Concepts and Techniques of Geographic Information Systems", PHI Learning

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-908, Elective II Geographical Information System Internal Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 50 Duration 1.10 Hours Passing Marks 20

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B A B

5 marks 5 marks
4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks 4 marks 6 marks

KSKV Kachchh University M.Sc. (CA & IT), Non-CBCS, Semester IX CS-908, Elective II Geographical Information System External Exam Structure
Maximum Marks 70 Duration Passing Marks 28

8 Hours

Questions Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5

Section

Marks

A B A B A B A B A B

7 marks 7 marks
6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks 6 marks 8 marks

MSc (CA and IT) Semester X(Non-CBCS)

Semester X(Non-CBCS)
Teaching Scheme Subject Name Reporting Hours 2 Industry Work Hours 30 Credits Internal Marks (I) Explanation of Code 100 Examination Scheme External Marks Explanation of Analysis Documentation & Design 100 100

Presentation 100

Industrial Project tal

30 30

200 200

CS 1001 Industrial Project (1 Semester Live/Research Project)


Students have to individually do Information system development/reengineering work and/or design work or software development work in any organization/ Company/institute permitted by the head of the department to acquire industry experience or to conduct research in the field of Computer Science or Information Technology. Following could be the possible alternatives for the projects. 1) Development of a system for an IT/ITES company local firm or institutional or government department. 2) Development of a system for a university or students own college. 3) Development of Research Application. Project work includes few or all of the phases of system development life cycle. Like - Analysis of a system - Designing, Source Coding - Documentation - Implementation & - Updating in system (if Any)