Syllabus for B. Sc. Part I (Mathematics, Computer Applications, Management)



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Syllabus

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B.Sc. Part I

(Mathematics, Computer Applications, Management)

(Sessions 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15)




Department of Mathematics

Punjabi University Patiala

B.Sc. (Mathematics, Computer Applications and Management) Part-I

Outlines of Tests, Syllabi and Courses of Reading.



Note: - Every theory paper will be of three hours duration for

Examination Session 2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15.

SEMESTER-I



Code

Title of Paper/Subject

Hrs./Week

Max. Cont. Asmt.

Marks Univ. Exam.

Total

MCM-101

Punjabi/ P.H.C. (Qualifying Paper)


4

40

60

100

MCM-102

Calculus

4

50

50

100

MCM-103

Linear Algebra

4

50

50

100

MCM-104

Business Economics

4

50

50

100

MCM-105

Principles and Practices of Management

4

50

50

100

MCM-106

Introduction to Information Technology

4

50

50

100

MCM-107

Computer Programming Using ‘C’

4

50

50

100

MCM-108

Software Lab-I (C- Programming)

4

50

50

100




TOTAL




350

350

700


SEMESTER-II



Code

Title of Paper/Subject

Hrs./Week

Max. Cont. Asmt.

Marks Univ. Exam.

Total

MCM-201

English (Communication Skills)

4

50

50

100

MCM-202

Differential Equations

4

50

50

100

MCM-203

Analytic Geometry

4

50

50

100

MCM-204

Organizational Behavior

4

50

50

100

MCM-205

Managerial Accounting

4

50

50

100

MCM-206

Computer System Architecture

4

50

50

100

MCM-207

Data Structure

4

50

50

100

MCM-208

Software Lab-I I(Data structure lab with ‘C‘)

4

50

50

100




TOTAL




400

400

800


ORDINANCES

B.Sc. (Mathematics, Computer Applications and Management) Part-I


Abbreviated as B.Sc. (MCM)



  1. The course for the Degree of Bachelor of B.Sc. (Mathematics, Computer

Applications and Management) shall be spread over three academic years

to be called Semester I, II, III, IV, V and VI. The examination for the I, III

and V Semester shall be held in the month of December/January and for

the II, IV and VI semester in the month of April/May or on such other

dates as may be fixed by the Academic Council.


  1. The outlines of tests and syllabi shall be such as prescribed by the Academic Council from time to time.

  2. (a) The Last date by which admission forms and fees must reach the Registrar shall be as follows :

_______________________________________________________________

Semester Without With late With late With late With late

late fee fee of fee of fee of fee of

Rs.800/- Rs.1200/- Rs.5000/- Rs.10.000/-

Dec/Jan. Sept. 30 Oct.15 Oct. 21 Oct. 31 Nov.10*

(Odd)


April/ May Feb. 28 March. 15 March 21 March 31 April 15

(Even)


* No Examination form will be accepted after this date.

_______________________________________________________________

(b) Candidates shall submit their application forms for admission

to the Examination duly countersigned by the Head of the

Department.

(c) Candidate will be required to pay examination fees for each

semester as prescribed by the University from time to time.

4. The medium of examination shall be English.

(a) In each course 50% of the total marks are assigned to the continuous assessment and 50% marks in the University examination in theory papers practical/laboratory papers.

(b) The minimum number of marks required to pass the

examination shall be 40% in each paper in aggregate provided

the candidate gets:

(i) Minimum 35% of the marks in countiunous assessment in each

paper.


(ii) Minimum 35% of the marks in the University examination.

(c) When a candidate has failed or placed under reappear in the

University examination, but passes in continuous assessment, the

marks in the continuous assessment shall be carried for subsequent

examinations.

(d) If a candidate fails or placed under reappear in the continuous the

marks in the University examination shall be carried for subsequent

examinations. In that case, the candidate will have to improve his/her

score in continuous assessment by taking only a single test which will

consist to marks equal to the assessment marks allotted to that paper.

Such candidate will have to inform the department in writing and in

turn the test will be scheduled by the department.

5. The first semester examination shall be open to a person:

(a) Who has passed 10+2 examination of Punjab School Education

Board or any other examination recognized as equivalent there to

with Mathematics as one of the subjects and having at least 50%

marks in aggregate. In case of SC/ST candidates the percentage

required shall be 45% marks in aggregate.



OR

Who has been declared to reappear in not more than one subject

(other than Mathematics ) in 10+2 examination of P.S.E.B. or any

other examination recognized as equivalent there to with

Mathematics as one of the subjects and having at least 50% marks in

aggregate. In case of SC/ST candidates the percentage required

shall be 45% marks in aggregate. But such candidates shall have

to clear reappear subject in the supplementary examination of

the same year, failing which his/her admission to B.Sc. (MCM) Part-

I course shall automatically stand cancelled.

. (b) Satisfies the following requirements:


  1. Has been on the rolls of the Department throughout the semester preceding the examination.

(ii) Every candidate will be required to attend 75% attendance

of the delivered number of periods in each paper.

Teaching/Seminar/ Tutorial/Guided Library-Reading:

- Period of one hour’s duration - 1 attendance

- Practical one period-may be of 2 hour's duration - 2 attendance

In the Department where there is separate period Guided Library

reading, the attendance for period, like the attendance for each

paper shall be 75% and will be considered like a paper of separate

Unit.

6. (a) Subject to conditions in (b) below a candidate shall be allowed to join:



(i) Second Semester Provided that he/she has undergone a regular

course of studies of First Semester as provided under the regulations.

(ii) Third Semester Provided that he/she has undergone a regular course

of studies of First and Second Semesters as provided under the

regulations in sequential order.

(iii) Fourth Semester Provided that he/she has undergone a regular course

of studies of First , Second and Third Semesters as provided under

the regulations in sequential order.

(iv) Fifth Semester Provided that he/she has undergone a regular course

of studies of First , Second, Third and Fourth Semesters as provided

under the regulations in sequential order.

(v) Sixth Semester Provided that he/she has undergone a regular course

of studies of First , Second, Third , Fourth and Fifth Semesters as

provided under the regulations in sequential order.


(b) Subject to above there will be no condition of passing papers for promotion

from odd semester to even semester in an Academic Session.

To qualify for admission to 2nd year of the Course, the candidate must

have passed 50% of total papers of the two semesters of the 1st year.

Similarly to qualify for admission to 3rd year of he course, the candidate

should have passed 50% of total papers of four semesters of the earlier

two years.
A candidate placed under re-appear in any paper, will be allowed two

chances to clear the re-appear, which should be availed within

consecutive two years/chances i.e. to pass in a paper the candidate

will have a total of three chances, one as regular student and two as re-

appear candidate.
The examination of re-appear papers of odd semester will be held with

regular examination of the odd semester and re-appear examination of

even semester. But if a candidate is placed under reappear in the last

semester of the course, he will be provided chance to pass the re-

appear with the examination of the next semester, provided his reappear

of lower semester does not go beyond next semester.

7. Three weeks after the termination of examination or as soon thereafter as

possible the Registrar shall publish the result of the candidates .Each

candidate shall receive a certificate indicating details of marks obtained

in each examination . Sucessful candidates at the end of semester-VI

examination shall receive a degree stating the division according to

ordinance 11 (a).

8. The grace marks shall be allowed according to the University ordinance

relating to “Award of Grace Marks”.

9. (i) In case of students, whose names are struck-off on account of non-

payment of fee and are admitted later on their periods for the time they

were not on the rolls, shall not be accounted for.

(ii) The shortage in the attendance of lectures by the candidate will be

condoned as per rules made by the University from time to time.

10. Candidates shall submit their application forms for admission to the

Examination of each semester duly countersigned by the Head of the

Department/ Principal of the college along with a certificate from the Head

of the Department/ Principal of the college that the candidate satisfies the

following requirements:



  1. Has been on the rolls of the University Teaching Department/College throughout the academic terms preceding the semester examination and;

  2. Of having good moral character, and;

  3. Every candidate will be required to attend 75% of the number of lectures delivered/ practical in each paper. For late admission, the candidates, lectures delivered will be counted from his/her date of admission.

It shall be necessary that 75% of the lectures prescribed for the course in the syllabus are delivered before session in that paper is held.

Teaching/Seminar/ Tutorial/Guided Library-Reading:

- Period of 1 hour’s duration - 1 attendance

- Practical of 2-3 hours duration - 2 or 3 attendances

respectively

In the Department where there is separate period Guided Library

Reading, the attendance for period, like the attendance for

each paper shall be 75% and will be considered like a paper of

separate Unit:

OR

Has completed the prescribed course of instructions for the

examination, but has not appeared or having appeared, has failed and

has been recommended by the Head of the Department as a late

Department student within a period of one year from the date of

completion of the course.

11. (a) Successful candidate who obtain 60% or more of the aggregate number

of marks of all the six semester examination taken together shall be

placed in the First division. Those who obtain 50% marks or more but

less than 60% shall be placed in the second division and all below 50%

marks shall be placed in the Third division.

Successful candidates who obtain 75% or more marks in the

aggregate shall be placed in the First divison with 'Distinction'.

(b) A Univsersity medal will be awarded to a student who secures First

position in the University on the basis of the marks obtained in all six

semesters taken together. The general rules and conditions of the

University for the award of medal/prizes etc, will be applicable in the

award of University medal to the topper of this examination also.







B.Sc. (Mathematics, Computer Applications and Management) Part-I

Outlines of Tests, Syllabi and Courses of Reading.



Note: - Every theory paper will be of three hours duration for

Examination Session 2010-11, 2011-12 & 2012-13.

SEMESTER-I



Code

Title of Paper/Subject

Hrs./Week

Max. Cont. Asmt.

Marks Univ. Exam.

Total

MCM-101

Punjabi/ P.H.C. (Qualifying Paper)


4

40

60

100

MCM-102

Calculus

4

50

50

100

MCM-103

Linear Algebra

4

50

50

100

MCM-104

Business Economics

4

50

50

100

MCM-105

Principles and Practices of Management

4

50

50

100

MCM-106

Introduction to Information Technology

4

50

50

100

MCM-107

Computer Programming Using ‘C’

4

50

50

100

MCM-108

Software Lab-I (C- Programming)

4

50

50

100




TOTAL




350

350

700


SEMESTER-II



Code

Title of Paper/Subject

Hrs./Week

Max. Cont. Asmt.

Marks Univ. Exam.

Total

MCM-201

English (Communication Skills)

4

50

50

100

MCM-202

Differential Equations

4

50

50

100

MCM-203

Analytic Geometry

4

50

50

100

MCM-204

Organizational Behavior

4

50

50

100

MCM-205

Managerial Accounting

4

50

50

100

MCM-206

Computer System Architecture

4

50

50

100

MCM-207

Data Structure

4

50

50

100

MCM-208

Software Lab-I I(Data structure lab with ‘C‘)

4

50

50

100




TOTAL




400

400

800

Note: 1) The minimum pass marks in each paper is 35% in Continuous assessment and

University examination separately subject to minimum of 40% in aggregate.

Break-up of Continuous Assessment of 50 Marks
THEORY PAPERS
1. Two tests will be held and their 50% Marks

average will be considered for

assessment.

2. Seminars/ Assignments/ Quizes/ 30%

Class participation

3. Attendance 20%

Marks will be given according to below

Criteria:

75% attendance & above

but less than 80% 60% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

80% attendance & above

but less than 85% 80% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

85% attendance & above 100 % Marks of allotted

Marks to attendance



PARCTICAL PARPERS

1. Two tests will be held and their 50% Marks

average will be considered for

assessment.

2 Viva and Lab records 30%

Class participation

3. Attendance 20%

Marks will be given according to below

Criteria:

75% attendance & above

but less than 80% 60% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

80% attendance & above

but less than 85% 80% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

85% attendance & above 100 % Marks of allotted

Marks to attendance

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MCM-101:
Punjab History & Culture

(Special paper in lieu of Punjabi)


Max. Marks: 100 Uni Exam. 80

Internal Assessment: 20 Pass Marks: 35%

Time Allowed: 3 hours
NOTE : The paper setter should keep in view the topics specified in

each paper and not the title of the paper. Candidates are

requested to attempt one question each from the sections

A, B, C and D and the entire section E.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE PAPER SETTERS
1. The syllabus prescribed should be strictly adhered to. The paper-

setters should keep in view the topics specified in each paper and

no the title of the paper.
2. The questions paper will consist of five sections. A, B, C, D and E.

Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from the respective

sections of the syllabus and will carry 15 marks each. Section E

will consist of 15 short answer type questions which will cover the

entire syllabus and will carry 20 marks in all. There being internal

choice in this section, each short answer type question will carry 2

marks. Candidates are required to attempt one question each from

sections A,B,C,D and the section E.

3. The wording of the questions should be simple and easily

understandable by average students . There should be no

vagueness.

4. There should be no question based upon quotations.

5. The general standard of the questions should cater to the different

intellectual levels- average and below average.

6. Each paper is of 80 marks and of the three hours duration and 20

marks for internal assessment.



SECTION-A

1. Teachings of Guru Nanak.

2. Development of Sikh Institutions: (1) Langar (2) Sangat (3) Manji

system (4) Masand system (5) Hariminder Sahib (6) Akal Takht

(7) Miri Piri
SECTION-B
3. Compilation of Adi Granth, Martyrdom of Gurr Arjan.

4. Causes of Martyrdom of Guru Tegh Bahadur, Creation of Khalsa

and its impact.

SECTION-C


5. Study of Institutions: Dal Khalsa, Gurmatta, Chhota

Ghallughara and Wadda Ghallughara.

6. Ranjit Singh’s conquest of Lahore, Personality of Ranjit Singh.

SECTION-D

7. Great Artists of Punjab: Amrita Shergill, Sobha Singh: Folk Music

and Dances.

8. Famous Legends of Punjab: Heer Ranjha and Sohni Mahiwal.


SECTION-E

Fifteen short answer questions will be set from the entire syllabus. The candidates will attempt any 10 questions. These questions will be based upon terms, concepts institutions within the purview of the syllabus. The answer of these questions will be of 20-25 words and will carry 2 marks each. Thus, the total marks for these questions will be 20.


BOOKS SUGGESTED:
1. Fauja Singh (ed.) History and Culture of the Punjab, Vol. II & III.

2. G.S.Chahara, The Advanced History of the Punjab, Vol. I.

3. Ganda Singh and Teja Singh: A Short History of the Sikhs.

4. J.S.Grewal, The New Cambridge History of India: The Sikhs of the

Punjab.

5. D.S.Dhillon, Sikhism: Origin and Development.



6. Hari Ram Gupta: History of the Sikhs Vol. I.

MCM-102 - Calculus
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%
Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.



Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.

Section-A
Limit and continuity of functions, classification of discontinuities, unifom continuity.
Differentiability of a function of one variable.MeanValue theorems,Taylor series and Maclaurin series with Lagrange's form of remainder, Darboux Theorem, Successive differentiation ,Leibnitz theorem, L’Hospital rule.
Section-B
Asymptotes, Curvature , Multiple points, Tests for concavity and convexity ,points of inflexion, Maxima and minima, Tracing of curves,Evolute and Involute.
Section-C
Integration of irrational , algebraic and transcendental functions . Reduction formulae. Definite integrals . Quadrature and rectification . Volumes and surfaces of solids of revolution.
Section-D
Double integrals and triple integrals .Change of order of integration,Cylindrical and spherical coodinates,Jacobians.Applications of multiple integrals. Beta and Gamma functions.

Recommended Books :

1. Differential Calculus, Gorakh Prasad, Postishala Publication.

2.Integral Calculus, Gorakh Prasad, Postishala Publication.

3. Mathematical Analysis, Malik and Arora, Wiley, New Delhi.

MCM-103 - Linear Algebra
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%
Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.


Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.



SECTION-A
Vector spaces, Examples, Linear Dependence, Linear Combinations, Bases, Dimension,Subspaces, Dimension of a subspace.
SECTION -B

Quotient spaces , Direct Sum and complements.Dimension of a direct sum, Dual of a direct sum,Matrices and change of basis.



SECTION -C

Linear trensformation,Algebra of linear transformations and Matrices, Similarity, The Rank and Nullity theorem.


SECTION -D

Eigen values and eigen vectors,Characteristic polynomial,Cayley-Hamilton theorem,Minimal polynomial, algebraic and geometric multiplicity,characteristic and minimal polynomial for linear operators.

Recommended Books:
1.Singh and Zameerudin : Modern Algebra , Vikas Publishing House.New Delhi.

2.Singh and Zameerudin : Linear Algebra ,Vikas Publishing House.New Delhi.

3.Lipschutz S. : Theory and Problems of Linear Algebra, Outline

Series.


MCM-104 - Business Economics
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 40%
Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.



Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.



Section-A

Introduction: Nature, Scope and Significance of Managerial Economics, its Relationship with other Disciplines, Role of Managerial Economics in Decision Making, Decision Making under Risk and Uncertainty.



Section-B

Consumer Behaviour and Demand Analysis: Cardinal and Ordinal Approaches to Consumer Behaviour, Demand Functions, Determinants of Demand, Elasticity of Demand, Derivation of market Demand, Demand Estimation and Forecasting.



Section-C

Theory of Production and Cost: Managerial uses of Production Function, Short Run and Long Run Production Analysis, Isoquants, Optimal Combination of Inputs, Empirical Estimation of Production Functions; Traditional and Modern Theory of Cost in Short and Long Runs, Economies of Scale and Economies of Scope, Empirical Estimation of Cost Function.



Section-D

Theory and Behaviour of Firm: Profit Maximization, Alternative Objectives of Business Firms, Price Output decisions under Perfect Competition, Monopoly, Monopolistic Competition and Oligopoly, Pricing Policies and Methods, Strategic Behaviour of Firms and Game Theory:- Nash Equilibrium, Prisoner’s Dilemma – Price and Non-price Competition.


Text Books:

  1. Christopher R. Thomas & S. Charles Maurice (2006), Managerial Economics, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi.

  2. Truett & Truett (2004). Managerial Economics. John Wiley & Sons Inc.

  3. Petersen, H. Craig & Cris, L W (2004). Managerial Economics. Pearson Education (Singapore) Ltd.

  4. Chaturvedi, D.D. & Gupta S.L. (2003). Managerial Economics: Text & Cases. Brijwasi Book Distributors and Publishers.


Reference Books:

    1. Salvatore, D. (2004). Managerial Economics in a Global Economy. Irwin, Mc Graw-Hill.

    2. Dholakia, R.H. & Oza, A.N. (2003). Micro Economics for Management Students. OUP, New Delhi.

    3. Keating Berry and Wilson, J H. (2003). An Economic Foundation for Business Deciion. Biztantra Publication, New Delhi.

    4. Gupta, G.S. (2004). Managerial Economics: Micro Economic. McGraw Hill.



MCM 105 – Principles and Practices of Management
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 40%

Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A,B,C,D and E. Sections A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will

have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.

Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.



Section-A

Definition, Functions, Process, Scope and Significance of Management. Nature of Management, Managerial Roles and Skills, Difference between Management and Administration. Social Responsibilities of business, Management by Objectives



Section-B

Evolution of Management Thought, Planning and Organizing: Nature, Scope, Objective and Significance, Elements and Steps of Planning, Decision Making, Organizing Principles, Span of Control, Line and Staff Relationship, Authority, Delegation and Decentralization. Effective Organizing, Organizational Structures, Formal and Informal Organizations, Staffing.



Section-C

Directing, Supervision, Motivation, Different Theories of Motivation- Maslow, Herzberg, Mc Clelland, Vroom, Porter, Job Satisfaction. Concept of Leadership- Theories and Styles. Communication Process, Channels and Barriers, Effective Communication.



Section-D

Controlling and Coordinating- Elements of Managerial Control, Control Systems, Management. Control Techniques, Effective Control Systems. Coordination Concept and Importance, Concept of Managerial Effectiveness, Stress management.



SUGGESTED READINGS

1. Koontz “O” Donnel Weihrich - Elements of Management.

2. Koontz H, “O” Donnel C - Management-A Book of Reading.

3. Terry and Franklin - Principles of Management

4. Stoner - Principles of Management

5. William H. Newman and - The Process of Management.



MCM 106-Introduction to Information Technology
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%

Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A,B,C,D and E. Sections A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.



Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.



SECTION-A

Historical Evolution of Computer: Characterization of Computers, types of Computers, the Computer generations. Basic Anatomy of Computers: memory unit, input-output unit, arithmetic logic unit, control unit, central processing unit, RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM. Input-Output Devices: punched hole devices, magnetic media devices, printers, keyboard, scanners, OCR, OMR.



SECTION-B

Number System: non-positional and positional number systems, base conversion, fractional numbers, various operations on binary numbers: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Secondary Storage: sequential vs random storage, floppy, hard disk, optical disk.

SECTION-C

Computer Code: BCD, EBCDIC, ASCII, Grey Code

Computer Software: Introduction, types of software: application and systems software.

Computer Languages: Machine Language, assembly language, high level language, 4GL, assembler, compiler and interpreter.

..

SECTION-D

Networking: Basics, types of networks (LAN, WAN, MAN), topologies, communication media, Operating System, Definition, functions and types of operating system, E-commerce: meaning, advantages and application of e-commerce.



REFERENCES

  1. V Rajaraman, "Fundamentals of Computers", PHI, N. Delhi, 1996.

  2. N Subramanium, "Introduction to Computers", Volume-I.

  3. Dr. Rajesh Trehan, "A Complete Book on IT", Cyber Tech.



MCM-107- Computer Programming using 'C'

Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%

Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A,B,C,D and E. Sections A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.



Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.



SECTION-A

Programming process: Problem definition, program design, coding, compilation and debugging. Identifiers and keywords, data types, input and output, type conversion, operators and expressions: Arithmetic, unary, logical and relational operators, assignment operator, conditional operator, library functions.



SECTION-B

Control statements: branching, looping, using for, while and do-while statements, nested control structures, switch, break and continue statement. Functions: definition, call prototype and passing arguments to a function, recursion versus iteration. User defined and library functions. Storage classes: automatic, external and static variables.



SECTION-C

Arrays: Definition, accessing elements, initialization, passing to functions, multi dimensional arrays, strings, Structure: variables, accessing members, nested structures..



SECTION-D

Pointers: address and differencing operators, declaration, assignment, passing pointer to functions, pointer arrays, pointer and arrays, pointer to structures, Files: reading, writing text and binary files. text vs binary files.



TEXT BOOKS

  1. Byron Gottfried, "Programming with C. (Second edition), Schaum's outline series" Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co.


REFERENCE BOOKS

  1. Ram Kumar and Rakesh Aggarwal: Programming in Ansi C, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Co. Ltd. (2nd ed.).

  2. B.W. Karrighan and D.M. Richie, "The C programming language", 2nd edition, (2003) PHI.

  3. H.H. Tan & T.B. Dorazio, "C Programming for engineers & Computer Science", McGraw Hill (international edition).

MCM-108-Software Lab-I (C- Programming)

Maximum Marks: 100(50+50)

External: 50, Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 50 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%
Programs to be developed based upon various constructs in the C language

SEMESTER-II




Code

Title of Paper/Subject

Hrs./Week

Max. Cont. Asmt.

Marks Univ. Exam.

Total

MCM-201

English (Communication Skills)

2

50

50

100

MCM-202

Differential Equations

4

50

50

100

MCM-203

Analytic Geometry

4

50

50

100

MCM-204

Organizational Behavior

4

50

50

100

MCM-205

Managerial Accounting

4

50

50

100

MCM-206

Computer System Architecture

4

50

50

100

MCM-207

Data Structure

4

50

50

100

MCM-208

Software Lab-I I(Data structure lab with ‘C‘)

4

50

50

100




TOTAL




400

400

800

Note: 1) The minimum pass marks in each paper is 35% in Continuous assessment and

University examination separately subject to minimum of 40% in aggregate.


Break-up of Continuous Assessment of 50 Marks
THEORY PAPERS
1. Two tests will be held and their 50% Marks

average will be considered for

assessment.

2. Seminars/ Assignments/ Quizes/ 30%

Class participation

3. Attendance 20%

Marks will be given according to below

Criteria:

75% attendance & above

but less than 80% 60% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

80% attendance & above

but less than 85% 80% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

85% attendance & above 100 % Marks of allotted

Marks to attendance



PARCTICAL PARPERS

1. Two tests will be held and their 50% Marks

average will be considered for

assessment.

2 Viva and Lab records 30%

Class participation

3. Attendance 20%

Marks will be given according to below

Criteria:

75% attendance & above

but less than 80% 60% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

80% attendance & above

but less than 85% 80% Marks of allotted

marks to attendance

85% attendance & above 100 % Marks of allotted

Marks to attendance


MCM-201: English (Communication Skills)
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%
INSTRUCTIONS TO THE PAPER-SETTER
All questions are to be compulsory and each question, except questions on précis and translation, will have internal choice


  1. Coolie (Novel by Mulak Raj Anand)

    1. One essay-type question out of the given two questions (to write semi-critical answer on the theme, episode story and characters of novel). 10 Marks

    2. Ten short sub-questions, requiring brief answer (to test the student comprehensive of the next of the novel) out of the fifteen given questions. 10 Marks

  2. Essay: One essay (narrative, descriptive, reflective, etc) of about 400 words of the given five topics. 10 Marks

  3. Précis: A suitable heading and précis of the given passage. 10 Marks

  4. Vocabulary: Meaning and use of five words, terms out of the given eight words of terms from the text. 5 Marks

  5. Translation of one short paragraph of Punjabi or Hindi into English. 5 Marks

(For foreign students, in lieu of translation, there will be paragraph writing. The students will be required to attempt one paragraph (of about 150 words) out of the given topics).


MCM-202 – Differential Equations
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%
Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B, C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.



Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.

SECTION-A
First order differential equations: order and degree of a differential equations, separable differential equations, Homogeneous differential equations, equations reducible to Homogenous differential equations form, Linear differential equations and equations reducible to linear differential equations form, integrating factor and Exact differential equations.Orthogonal trajectories.

SECTION-B


Higher order differential equations: Solution of Linear homogeneous and non-homogeneous differential equations of higher order with constant coefficients, Wronskian, method of Variation of Parameters, method of Undetermined Coefficients, differential operator method. Linear non-homogeneous differential equations with variable coefficients, Euler method.
SECTION-C
Partial differential equations: Partial differential equation of first order, Lagrange’s solution, some special types of equation which can be solved easily by methods other than general method, Charpit’s general method of solution.
SECTION-D
Partial differential equations of second and higher order: Classification of linear partial differential equations of second order. Homogeneous and non-homogeneous partial differential equations with constant coefficients. Partial differential equations reducible to equation equations with constant coefficients. Monge’s method.

Recommended Books:


1.Piaggio :Elementary Treatise of Differential Equations and Their Applications,C.B.S. publishers,Delhi, 1985

2.D.A. Murray: Differential Equations, Introductory Course in Differential equations. Orient Longman(India).1967



MCM- 203- Analytic Geometry
Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%

Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A,B,C,D and E. Sections A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will

have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.

Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.



Section-A

Transformation of axes, shifting of origin, Rotation of axes, Reduction of the second degree equation into standard forms by transformation of co-ordinates. The invariants t and identification of curves represented by second degree equation.


Section-B

Parabola : Pole and polar, pair of tangents from a point, chord of contact, equation of the chord in terms of midpoint and diameter of conic. Polar equations and equations of chords, tangents and normal's only.


Section-C

Ellipse : Pole and polar, tangents,normals, chord of contact, equation of the chord. Polar equations.

Hyperbola : Conjugate diameters, Conjugate hyperbola, Asymptotes of a hyperbola, rectangular hyperbola.
Section-D

Sphere: Cone. Cylinder. Central conicoids. Paraboloids. Plane of Concoids. Generating lines.


Recommended Books:

1.S.L. Loney, The Elements of Coordinate Geometry, Macmillan and Company, London.

2.Gorakh Prasad and H.C.Gupta, Text Book on Coordinate Geometry, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd., Allahabad.

3.N.Saran and R.S. Gupta, Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions, Pothishala Pvt. Ltd. Allahabad.


Reference book:

R.J.T. Bell, Elementary Treatise on Coordinate Geometry of Three Dimesions, Macmillan India Ltd., 1994.




MCM- 204- Organizational Behaviour

Maximum Marks: 100(50+50) Time allowed: 3 Hrs.

External: 50 Internal: 50

Teaching hours: 55 Minimum Pass Marks: 35%


Instructions for paper-setters

The question paper will consist of five sections A, B, C, D and E. Sections A, B,C and D will have two questions from the respective sections of the syllabus and will carry 15% marks each. Section E will have 10-20 short answer type questions which will cover the entire syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.



Instructions for candidates

Candidates are required to attempt one question each from sections A, B, C and D of the question paper and the entire section E.



Section-A

Organizational behavior, its concepts, features and importance, understanding Indian social and cultural environment and its influence an industrial behavior. Challenges and opportunities for Organizational behavior. Understanding and managing individual behavior.



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