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Computer Engineering Semester 5 syllabus 2018


Computer Engineering Semester 5 syllabus 2018 – the syllabus for third year computer engineering starts off with the fifth semester in the Mumbai university course of bachelors engineering.There is a common subject of maths and other subjects common with other branches like signals systems,DS,OOPS, but all these subjects have different names depending on the branch and level of detail.

Microprocessor

Intel 8086/8088 Architecture
1.1 8086/8088 Microprocessor Architecture, Pin Configuration,
Programming Model, Memory Segmentation, Study of 8284
Clock   Generator,   Operating   Modes,   Study   of   8288   Bus
Controller, Timing diagrams for Read and Write operations,
Interrupts.
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02 Instruction Set and Programming
2.1 Instruction   Set   of   8086,   Addressing   Modes,   Assembly
Language   Programming,   Mixed   Language   Programming
with C Language and Assembly Language.
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03 System designing with 8086
3.1 Memory Interfacing: SRAM, ROM and DRAM (using
DRAM Controller­Intel 8203).
3.2 Applications of the Peripheral Controllers namely 8255­PPI,
8253­PIT,   8259­PIC   and   8237­DMAC.   Interfacing   of   the
above Peripheral Controllers with 8086 microprocessor.
3.3 Introduction   to   8087   Math   Coprocessor   and   8089   I/O
Processor.
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04 Intel 80386DX Processor
4.1 Study   of   Block   Diagram,   Signal   Interfaces,   Bus   Cycles,
Programming Model, Operating Modes, Address Translation
Mechanism   in   Protected   Mode,   Memory   Management,
Protection Mechanism.
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05 Pentium Processor
5.1 Block Diagram, Superscalar Operation, Integer & Floating
Point   Pipeline   Stages,   Branch   Prediction,   Cache
Organization.
5.2 Comparison   of   Pentium   2,   Pentium   3   and   Pentium   4
Processors. Comparative study of Multi core Processors i3,
i5 and i7.
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06 SuperSPARC Architecture
6.1 SuperSPARC Processor, Data Formats, Registers, Memory
model. Study of SuperSPARC Architecture.
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Term Work:
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
• Laboratory work (experiments/practical & case studies):…………. (15) Marks.
• Assignments……………………………………………………….. (05) Marks.
• Attendance ………………………………………………………… (05) Marks
TOTAL: ………………………………………………………………(25) Marks.
Practical/Experiments:
1. Total eight experiments / practical must be performed out of which five practical must
be performed on assemblers for  8086 and three experiments must be performed on
interfacing of 8086 with peripheral chips like 8255 PPI, 8253 PIT, 8259 PIC and 8237
DMAC.
2. In addition to eight experiments/practical, two case studies are mandatory, one case
study on RISC processor and second case study on CISC processor.
Practical examination will be conducted based on the above syllabus.
Text Books:
1. Microprocessor and Interfacing: Douglas Hall, Tata McGraw Hill.
2. Microcomputer Systems: 8086/8088 family Architecture, Programming and Design:
Liu & Gibson, PHI Publication.
3. Pentium Processor System Architecture: Tom Shanley & Don Anderson, AddisonWesley.
4. Advanced Microprocessor: Daniel Tabak, Tata McGraw Hill.
5. The 80386DX Microprocessor: Hardware, Software and Interfacing: Walter A
Triebel, Prentice Hall.
Reference Books:
1. 8086/8088 family: Design Programming and Interfacing: John Uffenbeck , PHI.
2. Intel Microprocessors: Barry B. Brey, 8th Edition, Pearson Education India.
3. Processor Architecture and Interfacing: Swati Joshi, Atul Joshi, Hemlata Jadhav,
Wiley.
4. The X86 Microprocessors: Architecture and Programming (8086 to Pentium): Das
Lyla B, Pearson Education India.
5. The SPARC Architecture Manual
6. I Intel Manuals
7. Programmer’s Reference Manual for IBM Personal Computers: Steven Armbrust,
Ted Forgeron, McGraw Hill
8. IBM PC Assembly Language and Programming: Peter Abel, 5th Edition, Prentice Hall
of India
Course  Code Course/Subject Name Credits
CPC502 Operating Systems 5
Objectives:
1. To introduce students with basic concepts of Operating System, its functions and
services.
2. To familiarize the students with various views and management policies adopted by
O.S. as pertaining with processes , Deadlock , memory , File and I/O operations.
3. To   brief   the   students   about   functionality   of   various   OS   like   Unix   ,   Linux   and
Windows XP as pertaining to resource management.
4. To provide the knowledge of basic concepts towards process synchronization and
related issues.
Outcomes: Learner will be able to…
1. Appreciate the role of operating system as System software.
2. Compare the various algorithms and comment about performance of various
algorithms used for management of memory , CPU scheduling, File handling and I/O
operations.
3. Apply various concept related with Deadlock to solve problems related with
Resources allocation, after checking system in Safe state or not.
4. To appreciate role of Process synchronization towards increasing throughput
of system.
5. Describe the various Data Structures and algorithms used by Different Oss
like Windows XP , Linux and Unix pertaining with Process , File , I/O management.
6. To control the behavior of OS by writing Shell scripts.
Module Detailed Contents Hrs.
01 Introduction
1.1 Introduction   to   Operating   System,   Objectives   and   Functions   of
O.S., OS Services, Special purpose systems, Types Of OS,  System
Calls, types of system calls, Operating system structure ,System
Boot.
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02 Process Management
2.1 Process   concept,   operations   on   process
Process scheduling: basic concepts , scheduling criteria , scheduling
algorithms,   Preemptive,   Non­preemptive,   FCFS   ,SJF   ,SRTN
,Priority   based,   Round   Robin   ,Multilevel   Queue
scheduling,Operating System Examples.
2.2 Synchronization:  Background   ,   the   critical   section   problem   ,
Peterson’s Solution, Synchronization Hardware Semaphores, classic
problems   of   Synchronization:   The   Producer   Consumer
Problem:Readers   writers   problem,     Semaphores,   Dinning
Philosopher Problem
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03 Deadlock
3.1 Deadlock   Problem,   Deadlock   Characterization,   Deadlock
Prevention. Deadlock avoidance Banker’s algorithm for single &
multiple resources , Deadlock recovery , Deadlock Detection,
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04 Memory Management
4.1 Memory   management   strategies: background ,   swapping
,contiguous memory allocation, paging , structure of page tables ,
segmentation
4.2 Virtual   memory   management:  Demand   paging   ,   copy­on
write,Page   replacement,   FIFO,   Optimal,   LRU,   LRU
Approximation,Counting Based, , Allocation of frames , Thrashing
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05 File Management
5.1 Files­System  Structure,   File   System   implementation,   Directory
implementation , Allocation Methods contiguous allocation, linked
list allocation, indexed allocations, Free space management.
5.2 Secondary   storage  :   structures:   Disks     Scheduling   Algorithm:
FCFS, SSTF, SCAN, CSCAN, LOOK, Disk Management
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06 Input Output Management
6.1 Overview , I/O Hardware , Application I/O Interface
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07 Case Study of UNIX
7.1 History of UNIX, Overview of UNIX ,UNIX File System, Data
structures   for   process/memory   management   ,Process   states   and
State Transitions,  Using the System(Booting  and login ),Process
scheduling , Memory management , Shell programming
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08 Case Study of Linux
8.1 History   ,   Design   Principles   ,   Kernel   Modules   ,   Process
management , Scheduling , Memory management , File Systems ,
Input   and   Output   ,   Inter   process   communication   ,   Network
structure , Security
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09 Case study: Windows 7
9.1 History,   Design   Principles   ,   System   components   ,
environmental subsystems , File System, Networking, Programmer
Interface
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Term Work:
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
• Laboratory work (experiments+mini project ): …………… (15)
• Assignments:………………………………………………. (05)
• Attendance ………………………………………………. (05)
TOTAL: …………………………………………… (25)
Practical/Experiments:
Laboratory work shall consist of minimum 05 experiments and mini project, 2 assignments
based on above theory syllabus.
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures that satisfactory performance of
laboratory work and minimum passing marks in term work.
Practical exam will be based on the above syllabus.
Text Books:
1. Silberschatz A., Galvin P., Gagne G. “Operating Systems Principles”, Willey
Eight edition
2. Achyut S. Godbole , Atul Kahate “Operating Systems” McGraw Hill Third
Edition
3. “Operating System­Internal & Design Principles”, William Stallings, Pearson
4. Andrew S. Tanenbaum, “Modern Operating System”, Prentice Hall.
Reference Books:
1. “Linux Command Line & Shell Scripting”, Richard Blum and Christine Bresnahan,
2nd edition, Wiley.
2. “The Design of Unix Operating System”, Maurice J. Bach, Prentice Hall.
3. Unix and Shell Programming by B. M. Harwani Oxford
4. Unix Concept and Application 4th  Edition by Sumitabha  Das ‘Mc Graw Hill’
5. Thomas Rebecca : Yates A user guide to the Unix system.
Syllabus for Practical:
Suggested topics for experiment but not limited to:
1. Exploring basic commands for handling File system under Unix/Linux using shell
scripts.
( creating groups , chown , chmod , directory name, tty , diff,  umask )
2. Pattern matching utilities like awk,  grep , nroff , troff , sort etc.
3. Exploring the boot process of Unix/Linux and implementing practical on it (for ex.
MBR, passing different parameter to kernel, do different activity while booting and
power­off   ).
4. Basic Process management algorithms ( Any from FCFS , SJF , SRTN, RR ,
multilevel Queue scheduling )
5. Process synchronization algorithms like producer consumer problem , dining
philosopher problem
6. Implementing Various page replacement policies: FIFO, Optimal, LRU, LFU
7. Implementation of Disk scheduling algorithms like FCFS,SSTF,SCAN
,CSCAN,LOOK.
8. Implementing Various file allocation methods : Index Allocation , Contiguous
allocation.
9. Simulating Paging and Segmentation
10. Implementation of System calls like printing a file, display file using Unix/Linux
internals.
11. Study booting process of Windows XP, Linux , and Unix.
Course  Code Course/Subject Name Credits
CPC503 Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design 5
Outcomes: Learner will be able to…
1. Understand and apply techniques to get the system requirements and present it
in standard format.
2. Apply key modeling concepts to both the traditional structured approach and
the object­oriented approach.
3. Construct the candidate system following design methodology.
Module Detailed Contents Hrs.
01 Introduction
1.1 System overview, Types of Systems ,
1.2 Key   Differences   Between   Structured   and   Object­Oriented
Analysis and Design
1.3 Role of the System Analyst
1.4 Systems Development Life Cycle
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02 System Analysis
2.1 Business process Reengineering and the Zachman Framework, System
Requirement,   Stakeholders,   Techniques   for   information   gathering,
Validating the requirements.
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03 Feasibility Analysis
3.1 Feasibility   Analysis,   Tests   for   feasibility,   Cost­Benefit   Analysis,
Feasibility analysis of candidate system.
3.2 The system Proposal.
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04 Modeling System Requirements
4.1 Traditional   Approach   to   Requirement:   Data   Flow   Diagrams,
Documentation   of   DFD   Components.   Information   Engineering
Models,
4.2 Object­Oriented   Approach   to   Requirement:   Object­Oriented
Requirements, The System Activities, Identifying Input and Outputs,
Identifying Object Behavior, Integrating Object­Oriented Models.
4.3 Evaluating   Alternatives   for   requirements,   Environment   and
Implementation
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05 System Design
5.1 Moving To Design
5.2 The traditional Approach to design
5.3 The Object­Oriented Approach to design: Use Case REaliztion
5.4 Designing Database, Designing the User Interface, Designing System
Interfaces, Controls and security
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06 Application Architecture
6.1 IT   Architecture,   Application   Architecture   Strategies,   Modeling
Application Architecture for Information System.
6.2 Deployment   using   UML   diagrams,   Component   and   deployment
diagram for various architectures.
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List of Assignment:
Assignments can be based on following topics
1. Feasibility analysis
2. Design patterns.
Term Work:
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
• Laboratory work: ………………………………………….. (10) Marks.
• Mini Project presentation:…………………………………..(10) Marks.
• Attendance ………………………………………. (05) Marks
TOTAL: ……………………………………………………. (25) Marks.
Oral exam will be based on the above syllabus and tLaboratory work.
Suggested Practical List:
1. Develop Requirement specification document of the selected / alloted project.
2. Develop DFD model (level­0, level­1 DFD and Data dictionary) of tselected / alloted
project.
3. Develop UML Use case model for selected / alloted project. .
4. Develop sequence diagram selected / alloted project. .
5. Develop Class diagram selected / alloted project.
6. Develop prototype of your project selected / alloted project.
7. Draw system architecture diagram selected / alloted project.
Text Books:
1. System Analysis & Design by Satzinger, Jackson and Burd, Cengage Learning, 2007
2. System   Analysis   and   Design   Methods   by   Jeffery   l.   Whitten,   Lonnie   D   Bentley,
McGraw Hill, 7th edition.
3. System Analysis and Design by Alan Dennis, Barbara H. Wixom, Roberta M. Roth,
Wiley India 4th edition
Reference Books:
1. Systems Analysis and Design by Kendall & Kendall, PHI Publication, 7th  Edition.
2. Analysis and Design of Information Systems by James a. Senn, 2nd Edition,
McGrawHill.
3. Object­Oriented Modeling and Design with UML by Michael Blaha, James
Rumbaugh, Pearson Education Publication, 2nd Edition.
4. The Unified Modeling Language ­ User Guide by Grady Booch, James Rumbaugh,
Ivar Jacobson, Pearson Education Publication.
5. Modern Systems Analysis and Design by Jeffrey A. Hoffer, Joey F. George, Joseph S.
Valacich, Prabin K. Panigrahi, Pearson Education Publication, 4th  Edition.
6. UML Distilled by Martin Fowler, Pearson Edition, 3rd Edition.
7. Object Oriented Systems Development Using the Modified Modeling Language by
Ali Bahrami, Tata McGraw Hill Publication.
8. Appling UML and Patterns by Craig Larman, Pearson Education, 2nd  Edition.
Course  Code Course/Subject Name Credits
CPC504 Computer Networks 4+1
Objectives:
1. To provide students with an overview of the concepts and fundamentals of
data communication and computer networks
2. To   familiarize   with   the   basic   taxonomy   and   terminology   of   computer
networking area.
3. To experience the designing and managing of communication protocols while
getting a good exposure to the TCP/IP protocol suite.
Outcomes:
After completion of this course learner will be able to:
1. Conceptualize all the OSI Layers
2. Use appropriate network tools to build network topologies
3. Install and configure an open source tool NS2
4. Test simple protocols in a laboratory scenario
Module Detailed Contents Hrs.
01 Introduction
1.1 History   and   development   of   computer   network,   network
application, network software and hardware components, topology,
protocol hierarchies, design issues for the layers, connection oriented
and connectionless services, reference models: layer details of OSI,
TCP/IP models. Communication between layers.
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02 Physical Layer
2.1 Guided   Transmission   Media:   Twisted   pair,   Coaxial,   Fiber
optics.
2.2 Unguided   media   (Wireless   Transmission):   Radio   Waves,
Bluetooth, Infrared, Virtual LAN.
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03 3.1 Data Link Layer
DDL Design Issues, Functionalities of DLL, Flow control algorithms
­ Sliding Window, Error Detection & Correction techniques, SDLC,
PPP, Framing.
3.2 MAC Layer
Aloha protocols, Control Access Protocol, Carrier Sense   Multiple
Access(CSMA), Ethernet, Local Area Networks ­ Ethernet, Token
ring, FDDI.
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04 Network layer
4.1 Communication Primitives: Unicast, Multicast, Broadcast. IP
Addressing,   Subnetting,   IPv4,   IPv6,   Routing   algorithms   :
Link state routing, Distance Vector Routing, ARP, RARP,
ICMP,   Routing   protocols   ­   RIP,   OSPF,   BGP,   IGRP,
Congestion   control   algorithms:   Open   Loop   congestion
control, Closed Loop congestion control.
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05 Transport Layer
5.1 The Transport Service: Transport service primitives, Berkeley
Sockets, Connection management, UDP, TCP, Socket Programming
(TCP & UDP), Socket Programming examples, TCP Flow control,
TCP Congestion Control, Multiplexing.
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06 Application Layer
6.1 DNS, HTTP, E­mail, SMTP, Telnet, FTP, Security­PGP­SSH.
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07 Network Management
7.1 SNMP   Concept,   Management   Components,   SMI,   MIB,
SNMP Format, Messages.
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Term Work:
Term work shall consist of minimum 12 experiments.
Journal must include at least 2 assignments.
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures that satisfactory performance of
laboratory work and minimum passing marks in term work.
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
• Experiments: …………….………………………………… (15) Marks.
• Assignments:………………………………………………. (05) Marks.
• Attendance ………………………………………………. (05) Marks
TOTAL: ……………………………………………………. (25) Marks.
Practical exam will be based on the above syllabus.
Suggested Practicals:
1. Study of LAN Topology.
2. Study of various Network devices.
3. Building of any topology using Network tool.
4. Installation & Configuration of NS2 in Linux environment.
5. Basic wired & wireless topology in NS2.
6. Build class A & Class B Network using router in Network tool.
7. Implement subnetting concept using Network tool.
8. Write a program to implement find out class of a given IP address, subnet
mask & first & last IP address of that block.
9. Write a program to build client­server model on different computers.
10. Congestion Control: Stop & Wait, Sliding Window & Selective Repeat, Go
Back n.
11. Datalink Layer : Error Detection and correction, Flow Control, Framing
12. Network Layer : IP Addressing, Routing
13. Transport Layer : Socket Programming, Network Management/ Monitoring
Tools.
Text Books:
1. A.S. Tanenbaum, “Computer Networks”, Pearson Education, Fourth Edition.
2. B.A. Forouzan, “Data Communications and Networking”, TMH, Fourth Edition.
Reference Books:
1. M. A. Gallo and W. M. Hancock, Computer Communications and Networking
Technologies, Cengage Learning (Indian Edition), First Edition.
2. Natalia   Olifer   &   Victor   Olifer,   “Computer   Networks   :   Principles,
Technologies & Protocols for Network Design”, Wiley India, 2011.
3. Computer   Networks:   A   Systems   Approach,   Second   Edition   (The   Morgan
Kaufmann Series in Networking) Larry L.Peterson(Author),Bruce S.Davie(Author)
4. Computer Networking, 6e,James F. Kurose , Keith W. Ross.
5. An  Engineering   Approach  To Computer   Networking:  Atm  Networks,  The
Internet …By Keshav
Course  Code Course/Subject Name Credits
CPL502 Business Communication & Ethics 2
Objectives:
1. To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication
skills,   teamwork,   skills,   multidisciplinary   approach   and   an   ability   to   understand
engineer’s social responsibilities.
2. To provide students with an academic environment where they will be aware of the
excellence,   leadership   and   lifelong   learning   needed   for   a   successful   professional
career.
3. To inculcate professional ethics and codes of professional practice
4. To   prepare   students   for   successful   careers   that   meets   the   global   Industrial   and
Corporate   requirement’   provide   an   environment   for   students   to   work   on
Multidisciplinary projects as part of different teams to enhance their team building
capabilities like leadership, motivation, teamwork etc.
Outcomes: A learner will be able to …..
1. communicate effectively in both verbal and written form and demonstrate knowledge
of professional and ethical responsibilities
2. Participate and succeed in Campus placements and competitive examinations like
GATE, CET.
3. Possess entrepreneurial approach and ability for life­long learning.
4. Have education necessary for understanding the impact of engineering solutions on
Society and demonstrate awareness of contemporary issues.
Module Detailed Contents Hrs.
01 Report Writing
1.1 Objectives of report writing
1.2 Language and Style in a report
1.3 Types of reports
1.4 Formats of reports: Memo, letter, project and survey based
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02 Technical Proposals
2.1 Objective of technical proposals
2.2 Parts of proposal
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03 Introduction to Interpersonal Skills
3.1 Emotional Intelligence
3.2 Leadership
3.3 Team Buliding
3.4 Assertiveness
3.5 Conflict Resolution
3.6 Negotiation Skills
3.7 Motivation
3.8 Time Management
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04 Meetings and Documentation
4.1 Strategies for conducting effective meetings
4.2 Notice
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4.3 Agenda
4.4 Minutes of the meeting
05 Introduction to Corporate Ethics and etiquettes
5.1 Business Meeting etiquettes, Interview etiquettes, Professional
and work etiquettes, Social skills
5.2 Greetings and Art of Conversation
5.3 Dressing and Grooming
5.4 Dinning etiquette
5.5 Ethical codes of conduct in business and corporate activities
(Personal ethics, conflicting values, choosing a moral response, the
process of making ethical decisions)
02
06 Employment Skills
6.1 Cover letter
6.2 Resume
6.3 Group Discussion
6.4 Presentation Skills
6.5 Interview Skills
06
List of Assignment:
1. Report Writing (Synopsis or the first draft of the Report)
2. Technical Proposal (Group activity, document of the proposal)
3. Interpersonal Skills (Group activity and Role play)
4. Interpersonal Skills ( Documentation in the form of soft copy or hard copy)
5. Meetings and Documentation ( Notice, Agenda, Minutes of Mock Meetings)
6. Corporate ethics and etiquettes (Case study, Role play)
7. Cover Letter and Resume
8. Printout of the PowerPoint presentation
Term Work:
Term work shall consist of all assignments from the list. The distribution of marks for term
work shall be as follows:
• Assignments: ……………………………………………… (20) Marks.
• Project Report Presentation………………………………..  (15) Marks.
• Group Discussion.…………………………………………  (10) Marks.
• Attendance …………………………………………………(05) Marks
TOTAL: ……………………………………………………. (50) Marks.
The final certification and acceptance of term work ensures the satisfactory performance of
work assigned and minimum passing in the term work.
References:
1. Fred  Luthans, “Organisational  Behavior” ,  Mc Graw Hill,  edition
2. Lesiker and  Petit,  “Report  Writing for Business” , Mc Graw Hill,   edition
3. Huckin and Olsen, “Technical Writing and Professional Communication”, Mc Graw
Hill
4. Wallace and Masters, “Personal Development for Life and Work” , Thomson
Learning, 12th edition
5. Heta  Murphy, “Effective Business Communication” , Mc Graw Hill,   edition
6. R.C Sharma and Krishna Mohan, “Business Correspondence and Report Writing”,
7. B N Ghosh, “Managing Soft Skills for Personality Development”, Tata McGraw
Hill.Lehman, Dufrene, Sinha, “BCOM”,  Cengage Learning, 2nd edition
8. Bell . Smith,”Management Communication” Wiley India Edition,3rd
edition.Dr.K.Alex ,”Soft Skills”,S Chand and Company
9. Dr.K Alex,”Soft  Skills”,S Chand and Company
Course  Code Course/Subject Name Credits
CPL501 Web Technologies Laboratory 2
Module Detailed Contents
Lab
Sessions
01
Title: Create HTML Forms. Use of various HTML Tag on Web Forms.
Concept: Designing of effective web site, Introduction of different Web Technologies:
HTML, and Different HTML Tag.
Objective:  objective   of   this   module   is   to   provide   students   an   overview   of   the
concepts Web Technologies, and  HTML.
Scope: Designing static client side web page using various HTML tags.
Technology: HTML
01
02
Title: Use of CSS on HTML Form.
Concept: Cascaded Style Sheets
Objective: In this module student will learn, defining a CSS and unstaring its purpose
different syntax and types of CSS.
Scope: Creating web pages and use CSS to control the layout pages.
Technology: HTML with Cascade Style Sheet.
01
03
Title: Use of Java Script functions on Web Forms and Use of Dynamic HTML Page.
Concept: Scripting Languages, Dynamic web pages
Objective:    in this lab student will learn how to define client side scripting and
understand its advantages and disadvantages. Embedding JavaScript code into HTML
document using script tag, and will understand dynamic HTML.
Scope: Create animation using JavaScript.
Technology:  HTML with JavaScript.
02
04
Title: Creation of Web page with the help of Quanta Plus /Aptana /Kompozer.
Concept: Web development Environment
Objective:  This   module   students   will   learn   how   will   introduce editors   for
development of web pages.
Scope: Development of web pages using any web tool.
Technology: Quanta Plus /Aptana /Kompozer
03
05
Title: Write an XML file marksheet.xml representing your semester mark sheet.
Concept: Extensible Mark up Language (XML)
Objective:  is   to  learn   about   basics   of   XML   and   how   it   can   be   used   to   store
information away from the mechanism of processing or formatting of such data. Will
also learn how to build simple XML files and be able to manipulate and refer to
them.
Scope: is to creating an XML file in that it must include basic syntax of an XML doc
and DTD for the same.
03
06
Title: server side scripting. Use HTML form to accept the two numbers N1 and N2
and using PHP program display only prime numbers in between N1 and N2.
Concept: Server side scripting, introduction to PHP
Objective: this lab gives a basic introduction of to PHP and dynamic programming
on the server side.
Scope: creating a server side script using PHP, decisions, looping
Technology: PHP, HTML
03
Term work Assessment:
Term work will consist of small assignments testing  all the technologies  included  in
syllabus and a Mini project solving an appropriate  problem using the above technology
The distribution of marks for term work shall be as follows:
• Assignments: ……………………………………………… (20) Marks.
• Project Report Presentation………………………………..  (15) Marks.
• Group Discussion.…………………………………………  (10) Marks.
• Attendance …………………………………………………(05) Marks
TOTAL: ……………………………………………………. (50) Marks.
End Semester Examination:
Oral examination is to be conducted by pair of internal and external examiners
based on the mini projects undertaken by student grooups.
Text Books:
1. Ralph Moseley ,M.T. Savaliya “Developing Web Applications “, Willy India,Second
Edition , ISBN:978­81­265­3867­6
2. “Web Technology Black Book ”,Dreamtech Press, First Edition,                    ISBN
978­7722­997

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