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DEPA

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COMP
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SCIEN
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AND ENGINEERING

Semester IV
Academic Year: 2016 - 17
Regulation 2015

COURSE PLAN
VISION

To create computer professionals with a strong academic and technical background to achieve
special distinction at the national and international arena and also to serve and lead the society

MISSION

 Providing excellent learning opportunities for students in Computer Science and Engineering to
meet the needs of Nation as a whole.
 Establishing centers of research in areas of the immediate needs to the society.
 Develop ICT based solutions for the development of the nation.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)


PEO1: Graduates will be able to comprehend mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals,
laboratory and work-based experiences to formulate and solve problems in Computer Science and
Engineering and other related domains and will develop proficiency in computer based engineering
and the use of computation tools.

PEO2: Graduates will be prepared to communicate and work effectively on the multidisciplinary
engineering projects practicing the ethics of their profession with a sense of social responsibility.

PEO3: Graduates will recognize the importance of life-long learning to become experts either as
entrepreneurs or employees and to widen their knowledge in their domain.

Programme Outcomes (POs)


At the end of programme the students will have

a. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering principles to the problems
in Computer Science and Engineering domain.
b. Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering
practice.
d. Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired goals in their domain
considering environmental, social and ethical aspects.
e. Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
f. Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
g. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
h. Ability to communicate effectively.
i. Ability to understand the impact of software solutions in a global, environmental and societal
context.
j. Ability to realize the need to engage in life-long learning.
k. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
l. Ability to manage the projects in the relevant areas of Computer Science and Engineering and
enhance research through engineering and management principles.
Mapping of POs to PEOs

PEO1 PEO2 PEO3


POs

Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and


a ✔
engineering principles to the problems in Computer Science and ✔
Engineering domain.
Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze
b ✔ ✔
and interpret data.

Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools


c ✔ ✔ ✔
necessary for engineering practice.

Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired


d goals in their domain considering environmental, social and ✔ ✔
ethical aspects.
e Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams. ✔ ✔

f Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. ✔ ✔

g Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. ✔ ✔

h Ability to communicate effectively. ✔

i Ability to understand the impact of software solutions in a global, ✔ ✔


environmental and societal context.
j Ability to realize the need to engage in life-long learning. ✔ ✔ ✔

Knowledge of contemporary issues. ✔ ✔


k

Ability to manage the projects in the relevant areas of Computer


l ✔ ✔ ✔
Science and Engineering and enhance research through
engineering and management principles.
Evaluation Components:

Internal (50 Marks) External (50 Marks)

Sl.No. Components Max.Marks

CIA-I ,II,III (Average End Semester Examination will be


1 of these three will be 30 conducted for a duration of 3 Hours
considered) for 100 Marks and this will be
converted for 50 Marks
UNIT TEST-I,II 10
2

Assignment, Quiz &


3 10
online Test

TOTAL 50 50

TOTAL 100 Marks

List of Subjects

Sl.NO. Course Code Course Title

1 Probability and Queuing Theory


15OB05

2 Problem Solving Techniques


15OB11

3 Probability and Statistics


15OB12

4 Data Structures
15PD01

5 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers


15PD02
6 Computer Architecture
15PD05

7 Software Engineering
15PD08

8 Advanced Data Structures


15PE01

9 Java Programming
15PE04

10 Advanced Java Programming


15PE08

11 E-Commerce Technology
15PE29

12 Backup Recovery Systems and Architecture


15FE16

COURSE PLAN OF E-COMMERCE TECHNOLOGY


(Core)

1. Class : IV - Semester B.E(CSE)

2. Course Code & Name : 15PE29 & E- Commerce Technology

3. Course Type : Theory

4. Course Status & Credits : UG Credits : 4

5. Aim/Course Description : To study and understand the concepts and procedures associated with
E-Commerce and the Internet and also to understand the overview of
all aspects of E-Commerce, development of the Internet associated
E- Commerce, options available for doing business on the Internet,
features of Web sites and the tools used to build an E-Commerce web
site, marketing issues, payment options, security issues and customer
service.

6. Prerequisites : Fundamentals of computers

7. Course Objectives:
 To understand an overview of various E- Commerce applications.
 To know the fundamentals of various E- Commerce types like ERP, EDI, and CRM.
 To understand the process of Supply Chain Management, Online advertising and online
marketing.
 To learn the concepts of resource discovery, information search, retrieval and filtering.
 To understand the usage of multimedia data in E- Commerce applications.

8. Course Outcomes:
Learners should be able to
 apply knowledge of E- Commerce framework to various applications.
 analyze different types of electronic payment systems.
 apply the techniques for intra and internal commerce, automation, Supply Chain Management,
corporate digital library, advertising and marketing.
 analyze the concept of information search, retrieval, filtering and discovery of resources.
 implement the concepts of multimedia data processing like digital video processing, desktop
video conferencing in E–Commerce applications.

Relationship of course to program outcomes

Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering


a principles to the problems in Computer Science and Engineering
domain.
Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and
b ✔
interpret data.

Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools


c ✔
necessary for engineering practice.

Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired


d goals in their domain considering environmental, social and ✔
ethical aspects.
e Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams. ✔

f Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems. ✔

g Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility. ✔


h Ability to communicate effectively. ✔

i Ability to understand the impact of software solutions in a global, ✔


environmental and societal context.
j Ability to realize the need to engage in life-long learning. ✔

Knowledge of contemporary issues. ✔


k

Ability to manage the projects in the relevant areas of Computer


l Science and Engineering and enhance research through engineering ✔
and management principles.

Lesson Plan:

MODULE I

Mode of Delivery
Text book/
Chalk OHP LCD Video
Hours Topics Reference
& Lecture
book
Talk
Electronic commerce,Frame work T1
1 ✔
2,3 Anatomy of E-Commerce applications T1,R1 ✔
4 E-Commerce consumer applications T1,R1 ✔
E-Commerce organization applications T1,R1
5 ✔
Consumer oriented electronic
T1,R1 ✔
6,7 commerce ✔

8,9 Mercantile process models T1,R1 ✔

MODULE II
Mode of Delivery
Text book/
Chalk OHP LCD Video
Hours Topics Reference
& Lecture
book
Talk
Electronic payment systems T1,R1
10 ✔
Digital token based smart cards, Credit
T1,R1 ✔ ✔
11 cards

12 Risks in electronic payment systems T1,R1 ✔


Inter organizational commerce T1,R1
13 ✔

14 EDI T1,R1 ✔

15 EDI Implementation T1,R1 ✔

16 Value added networks T1,R1 ✔

17 CRM, ERP T1,R1 ✔


Intra organizational commerce T1, R1
18 ✔
Work flow Automation and
T1, R1
19 coordination ✔

20 Customization and internal commerce T1, R1 ✔

21 Supply Chain Management(SCM) T1, R1 ✔

Corporate digital library, Document


22 T1, R1 ✔
library

23 Digital document types T1, R1 ✔

Corporate data warehouses,


T1, R1 ✔
24 Advertising and marketing ✔

Information based marketing T1, R1


25 ✔

26 Advertising on internet T1, R1 ✔ ✔

Online marketing process, Market


27 T1, R1 ✔ ✔
research

MODULE III
Mode of Delivery
Text book/
Chalk OHP LCD Video
Hours Topics Reference
& Lecture
book
Talk
28,29 Consumer search and resource discovery T1 ✔

30,31 Information search and retrieval T1 ✔

32,33 Commerce catalogues T1 ✔ ✔

Information filtering T1 ✔
34,35 ✔

36 Multimedia T1 ✔

37,38 Key multimedia concepts T1 ✔

39,40 Digital video and electronic commerce T1 ✔

41,42 Desktop video processing T1 ✔ ✔

Desktop video conferencing T1 ✔


43,44 ✔

Total: 45 hours

9. Topics beyond Syllabus:

 Mobile Marketing.
 Search Engine Optimization.

10. Assignment Topics:


1. Scope of Internet and Web technologies in E-commerce.
2. The construction of E-commerce web site.
3. The marketing methods used in E-commerce.
4. Article about successful implementation of any business strategy.
5. Desktop video conferencing.
11. Text Book:

Year of
Sl. No. Author(s) Title of the Book Publisher
Publication

Frontiers of electronic
1. Kalakata Whinston Pearson Education 2011
commerce

Reference Books:

Year of
Sl. No. Author(s) Title of the Book Publisher
Publication

Hendry Chan
Raymond Lee E-Commerce
1. Tharam Dillon fundamentals and Wiley 2008
Elizabeth Chang Applications

12. Additional Resources for course:

1) Text books and reference books are available in department as well as in central library.
2) Web courses are available with MIT, NPTEL, e books, ppt and pdf are available.

WEB URLs:
1. http://www.ecommerce-digest.com/tut.html
2. http://www.webdevelopersjournal.com/columns/ecommerce1.html
3. http://www.jan.newmarch.name/ecommerce/tutorial.html
4. http://www.scribd.com/doc/16390705/ECommerce-Lecture-Notes
5. http://www.aect.cuhk.edu.hk/~ect7010

13. Professional Components:

Engineering Topic: 80%


General Education: 20%
Mathematics: Nil
Faculty In-Charge HOD