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Format For Instruction Plan [for Courses with Lectures and Labs

Course No Cours Title Course Planner Lectures Tutorial Practical Credits

CSE102 EXPOSURE TO COMPUTER DISCIPLINES 13040 :: Geetika Bhardwaj 3 0 3 5

Text Book: 1 Computer System Today. Author: S.K.Basandra Publisher: Galgotia Publication 2008

Other Specific Book:

2 Robert Bruce Thompson & Barbara Fritchman Thompson,Title:P C Hardware in a Nutshell,Publishers:O’REILLY,Year of
Publication: 2004

3 Author: V.Rajaraman, Title: Introduction to Information Technology , Publisher: \Printice Hall of India

4 Author: Silberschatz, Galvin, “Operating Systemâ€, Galgotia Publication

5 Behrouz Forouzan, “Data communication and networkingâ€, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited

6 Bayros “PL/SQL†BPB publications

7 Web Enabled Commercial Application Development Using HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, By: Bayros BPB publications

Other Reading

Sr No Jouranls atricles as compulsary readings (specific articles, Complete reference)

8 "http://www.bookrags.com/research/language-translators-wcs/"
9 http://cs.gmu.edu/~setia/cs365-S02/assembler.pdf
10 www.linux.org/lessons/beginner/l6/lesson6b.html
11 http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_difference_between_multitasking_multiprogramming_and_multiprocessing
12 http://www.sql-tutorial.com/sql-aggregate-functions-sql-

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13 http://www.rebol.com/docs/core23/rebolcore-13.htm

Relevant Websites

Sr. No. (Web adress) (only if relevant to the courses) Salient Features

Detailed Plan For Lectures

Week Number Lecture Number Lecture Topic Chapters/Sections of Homework to be Assigned Pedagogical tool
Textbook/other to students Demonstration/case
reference study/images/anmatio
n ctc. planned

Part 1
Week 1 Lecture 1 Introduction to computer disciplines- Computer ->Reference :1,ch-37
engineering, computer science, information system,
information technology,
Lecture 2 software engineering, career opportunities
Lecture 3 Computer Architecture: Input and Output to the ->Reference :1,ch-5
Computer: Input Devices, Keyed Input, Pointing
Devices: Mouse and the Trackball, Joystick, Touch
sensitive screen,
Week 2 Lecture 4 Pen-Based system, Data Scanning Devices, Voice ->Reference :1,ch-5
Recognition Devices, Output Devices: Monitor,
Audio Output, Printers, Plotters
Lecture 5 5. Motherboard: Mother boards, Chipsets & ->Reference :2,page 3-
Microprocessor concept ,SMPS,BIOS.Basics of 7
expansion slots like PCI etc. Concept of Video
Adapters and sound adapters,and concept of device
Lecture 6 Basics of Hard disk interfaces like IDE / SCSI ->Reference :2,ch-13 HomeWork 1 Allocation
etc,Various ports : Serial & parallel (COM, LPT ch- 22-23 ch-24
etc),USB ports
Week 3 Lecture 7 Cabinets, Heat factor and cooling considerations ->Reference :2,ch-25
Lecture 8 Processing and Memory: Data representation, CPU ->Reference :1,ch-3 Term Paper 1 Allocation
:Compatability, Data Bus, Address Bus, System
Clock, CISC and RISC,
Lecture 9 New Processor Chips: Intel Chips, Motorola Chips,
Digital Equipment Corporation Chips, Memory
:RAM, ROM, Cache Memory

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Week 4 Lecture 10 How Computer Store Data: Storage Media, ->Reference :1,ch-4
Traditional Storage: Magnetic Tapes, Magnetic Disk,
Floppy Disk, Today preferred Storage: Hard Disk,
Hard Disk Interface, Optical Disk,

Part 2
Week 4 Lecture 11 USB Drive Storing data in files, Organizing Files into ->Reference :1,ch-4
Directories, Storage in Data Processing
Applications, Types of files in Data Processing
Applications, File organization in Data Processing
Lecture 12 System Software: Language Translators: Compilers ->Reference :8, HomeWork 1 Submission
and Interpreters, Assemblers
Week 5 Lecture 13 Loaders, Linkers, Operating system. ->Reference :9, HomeWork 2 Allocation
Lecture 14 Operating system: Commonly used Operating ->Reference :4,ch-6 of
Systems ,Process management, structure and state 1 3.1.1-3.1.3 of 4
of process
Lecture 15 context switching, concurrent processing, ->Reference :4,3.2.3
Week 6 Lecture 16 multiprogramming, multiprocessing, multitasking ->Reference :11,
,Working with Command Line Interface in Linux:
Using Shell. Shell commands: ls, touch, rm, mv,
Lecture 17 cp, mkdir, rmdir, pwd, ps, cat, grep ->Reference :10,
Piping & Redirection. Using help man, info etc
Lecture 18 LAN, WAN and Intranets: Purpose of Network, ->Reference :5,14.1 of
Types of Network, Local Area Networks, LAN 1 sec1.2 pg13-15 of 5
Week 7 Lecture 19 WAN, Physical Media for WAN, Uses of WAN, ->Reference :1,ch-13 HomeWork 2 Submission
Intranet. 14.6.4 of 3
Lecture 20 Telecommunication and Internet: ->Reference :1,ch-12
Modem, Transmission Media, Transmission modes,
Use of Telecommunication: Telecommuting,
Electronic Mail, Bulletin Board, Teleconferencing

Lecture 21 The Internet, Internet Connections, Internet ->Reference :1,ch-14

Applications: E-mail, Telnet, Usenet, FTP, World
Wide Web.

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Part 3
Week 8 Lecture 22 Database Management System: Data, information, ->Reference :1,ch-10
entity, attribute, structure of table, Advantage of
DBMS,Type of Database Software
Lecture 23 File Management System, Database Management
Lecture 24 DDL, DML, Query Language, Report Generator. HomeWork 3 Allocation
Week 9 Lecture 25 HTML:Introduction to HTML, Create and publishing ->Reference :7,pg 12-
web page(s), main HTML Elements, Block level 15 of ch-2
HTML elements,
Lecture 26 Text level HTML elements ->Reference :7,pg 21-
22 of ch-2
Lecture 27 creating hypertext links ->Reference :7,53-55
of ch-6
Week 10 Lecture 28 adding images to Documents ->Reference :7,37-39
of ch-4
Lecture 29 building table(s) in a web page ->Reference :7,44-47
of ch-5

Part 4
Week 10 Lecture 30 Program Design and Programming Language: ->Reference :1,ch-7 HomeWork 3 Submission
When and How we develop a program, Designing
the Program: Program Logic Constructs, Developing
an Algorithm,
Week 11 Lecture 31 Program design tools: Structure Chart, Flowchart, ->Reference :1,ch-7 HomeWork 4 Allocation
Lecture 32 Completing the project : Coding ,Testing and
Lecture 33 Completing the documentation, Implementation,
Week 12 Lecture 34 How Language Translators Work, ->Reference :1,ch-7
Lecture 35 Why we need different Programming Languages, Term Paper 1 Submission
What is OOP.
Lecture 36 Client- Server computing ->Reference :1,ch-16
Week 13 Lecture 37 distributed computing ->Reference :1,ch-16 HomeWork 4 Submission
Lecture 38 centralized/ decentralized computing

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Week 13 Lecture 39 Web Browser, Web Server ->Reference :1,ch-16

Spill Over
Week 14 Lecture 40 Different Aggregate functions used in Sql
Lecture 41 Network Protocols: HTTP, SMTP,FTP,POP etc. ->Reference :13,

Details of homework and case studies

Homework No. Topic of the Homework Nature of homework
(group/individuals/field work
Homework 1 Introduction to computer disciplines,Computer Architecture: Input and Output to the Computer, Individual
Homework 2 Processing and Memory,Storage Media, Traditional Storage,Storing data in files,: Language Translators: Individual
Compilers ,Interpreters etc
Homework 3 Operating system:Process management,Working with Command Line Interface in Linux,LAN, WAN and Individual
Intranets,Telecommunication and Internet,Database Management System
Homework 4 HTML:Introduction to HTML,Block level,Text level HTML elements, Program Design and Programming Individual
Language,Client- Server computing

Scheme for CA:out of 100*

Component Frequency Out Of Each Marks Total Marks
Term Paper 1 25 25
Lab Assesment 30 30
Homework 3 4 5 15
Class test based on homework 3 4 10 30
Total :- 70 100

* In ENG courses wherever the total exceeds 100, consider x best out of y components of CA, as explained in teacher's guide available on the

List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper)

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Sr. No. Topic
1 Need For software engineering
2 Instruction Scheduling
3 Software Prototyping
4 Different SDLC models
5 Design a website using HTML on Punjabi Culture
6 Design a website using HTML on University Management System
7 Design a website using HTML on India Tourism
8 Role of IT in Business World
9 Role of Database Administrator in IT Companies
10 Pipelined Architecture
11 Multiprocessor system Architecture
12 Wireless Application Protocol
13 LAN Networking Management
14 Critical Analysis of Linux and Windows (Who’s better? When, Where, and Why?)
15 Memory hierarchy,Types of memory
16 Database security
17 Internet security
18 System security in operating system
19 Design a website using HTML on Hotel management system
20 Design a website using HTML on temples of India

*Each experiment of the lab will be evaluated using following relative scheme:
Component % of Marks
J/E 50
WR 20

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List of experiments :-
Lecture Lecture Topic Pedagogical Tools Or Equipment Planned lab Manual
experiment 1 Exposure to different components of Computer & H/W CPU/Cabinet
parts like
Storage devices: FDD, HDD, CD/DVD, Combo drives,

experiment 2 Memory Modules: RAM, ROM etc. CPU/Cabinet

experiment 3 Motherboard and its different components like Cache, Motherboard with equipments
experiment 4 SCSI slots & various controllers Computer Hardware i.e. Motherboard
experiment 5 Expansion slots like PCI, ISA etc, Computer Hardware i.e. Motherboard
experiment 6 Video Adapters and sound adapters (integrated and as Computer hardware equipments: Adapters
a separate card)
experiment 7 Hard disk interfaces like IDE / SCSI etc. Computer hardware equipments
experiment 8 Various ports: Serial & parallel (COM, LPT etc) Computer hardware equipments
experiment 9 USB ports. Computer hardware equipments
experiment 10 Assembling a PC: Installing Motherboards, Choosing Computer hardware equipments
Cabinet & Cooling considerations
experiment 11 Installing CPU Motherboard with equipments
experiment 12 Installing HDD, CD/DVD, Motherboard with equipments
experiment 13 Installing RAM etc Motherboard with equipments
experiment 14 Working with Basic LINUX Commands: ls, touch, rm, PC/Linux
mv, cp
experiment 15 Working with Basic LINUX Commands:mkdir, rmdir, PC/Linux
pwd, ps, cat, grep
experiment 16 Working with Basic LINUX Commands:Piping & PC/Linux
Redirection. Using help man, info etc
experiment 17 Installation of OS (Windows) Desktop Computer/ Software
experiment 18 Installation of OS (Windows) Desktop Computer/ Software
experiment 19 Installation of OS (Linux) Desktop Computer/ Software
experiment 20 Installation of OS (Linux) Desktop Computer/ Software
experiment 21 To implement different types of DDL statements in PC/Oracle9i(forSql)
SQL,Select Clause

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Mid Term
experiment 22 To implement different types of DDL statements in PC/Oracle9i(forSql)
experiment 23 To implement different types of DML statements in PC/Oracle9i(forSql)
experiment 24 To implement different types of DML statements in PC/Oracle9i(forSql)
experiment 25 To implement different types of DCL statements in PC/Oracle9i(forSql)
experiment 26 To explore select clause using where, order PC/Oracle9i(forSql)
by,groupby clause
experiment 27 Working with HTML Tags. PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 28 Bold, Italic, Underline Tag PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 29 Line,Line Break,Paragraph tags PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 30 Embedding and formatting images tags PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 31 Creation of List Tags, Ordered, Unordered list etc. PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 32 Nesting of lists PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 33 Creation of Tables, Table Tag, TR, TD PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 34 Grouping and spanning of rows and columns PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 35 Cell spacing and padding PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 36 Table border and ruling tags PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 37 Anchor tag, Image Tag PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 38 Creation of Hyperlink(Text, Image) PC+Internet Explorer
experiment 39 Paragraph,BR,Marquee Tags PC+Internet Explorer

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