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NAAC ‘A’ Accredition
Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
Aurangabad-431004
SYLLABUS OF
B.Sc. Ist Year
Animation
Semester-I & II
Three Year Degree Course
( Effective From :2014-15 )
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University
Aurangabad-431004.
Tel.No. : 0240-2403400/431, Fax:0240-2403113
Website : www.bamu.ac.in, http://bamua.digitaluniversity.ac.in
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Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University.
Appendix ‘A’
A Candidate shall be admitted to the I year of the B.Sc.(Animation) degree course only if he/she
satisfies the following condition:
1. He/ She must have passed the higher secondary (multipurpose) examination conducted by H.S.C.
board Government of Maharashtra with science / technical subjects Or an Examination of any
statutory University and Board recognized as equivalent thereto.
OR
He/She must have passed examination prescribed at the end of second year of the junior college
conducted by the H.S.C. board, Government of Maharashtra with English, Second language,
Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and or Biology or one of the technical subjects prescribed at
the said examination as the optional or elective subjects or an examination recognized as
equivalent thereto.
OR
Candidate
having
offered
prescribed
vocational
course
(MCVC)
with
Computer
techniques/I.T./Electronics/Electrical.
OR
Three years Diploma Course in engineering conducted by the board of technical Education,
Maharashtra State.
2. He/ She must have passed at qualifying examination.
A candidate who has passed the B.Sc.(Animation) examination of this university may be allowed to
present himself subsequently at the degree examination in a subject or subjects other than those he has
taken earlier provided that he puts in three years of attendance as a regular candidate for First, Second
and Third year in the subject or subjects concerned excluding compulsory English, Second Language
and remaining optional subject(s).
A candidate shall not be allowed to appear for such examination if he has passed the higher
examination.
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The Degree of Bachelor of Science (Animation) shall be conferred on candidate who has pursued a
regular course of study consisting of six semesters in the relevant subject as prescribed and has appeared
at the end examination and passed under the credit based system in all the examination prescribed for
the Degree course in the faculty.
The pattern of the examination and the scope is indicated in the syllabus.[Annexure B]
The Number of students in a theory class shall not exceed 60.
Maximum number of students in a batch for practical in first four semesters shall consist of 20
students and for fifth & sixth semester the batch shall consist of 15 students.
The rules for admission to the subsequent (next) semesters will be the same as per the University
guidelines.
For Each course the concerned teacher should conduct Class tests after completion of 15 and 20
lectures.
Final Examination will be conducted by the University based on the complete syllabus.
Final Practical Examination will be conducted by the university and examiners will submit the
mars in the prescribed format of students for practical examination to the university.
The Number of Teaching Staff & infra-structure required to run the course will be as follow:The graduation is very important phase in the life of our young students. The college
responsibly is not only to deliver a quality syllabus based education, but also to motivate
them to be a good healthy citizen. In this direction, the college must have sufficient facilities
to run the course. A guideline is listed below. The College must have following minimum
facilities:
Infrastructure:
1. One Class room to accommodate 60 students. (approximately 250 sq.ft.)
2. A well equipped software Laboratory having a LAN system of 30 nodes and having
internet connectivity with broad band. All legal software, antivirus software, firewall be
available for smooth functioning of the laboratory.
3. Staff room of 100 sq.ft. with one table and one Almeria for each faculty member.
4. One office space of 100 sq.ft. with appropriate furniture.
5. One lady room of 100 sq.ft. with attached toilet.
6. One reading room of 200 sq.ft. with seating arrangements for at least 30 people. The
library may be accommodated in the library.
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7. One copy of every text book among five students for each subject be available along with
one copy of reference book as per the syllabus.
8. Library must subscribe for computer and scientific magazines. Appropriate general
reading materials must be available for overall development of students.
9. An open space for sports activities. The college must be encouraged to have sport
equipments.
Staff:
1. The head of the department in the scale of reader/Professor.
2. The minimum number of teachers must be appointed as per the work load. Per semester,
the work load may be computed on the basis of theory classes, tutorials and practical
class per batch. Minimum number of teachers to run the course must be five excluding
the head. Teachers must be appointed by the university/UGC norms. The quality of the
course is directly related to quality of teachers for the course.
3. There must be one clerk in the office to look after administrative work. The placement of
all staffs must be maintained properly.
4. One qualified librarian
An appropriate number of class IV employees.
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Curriculum Structure and Scheme of Evaluation: B.Sc.(Animation)
Sr.
No.
Paper
Number
Name of the Paper Titles
Scheme of
Teaching
Th./Pract.
(hrs/week)
Scheme of Evaluation(Marks)
Th./Prac
( Mark )
Exam Dur.
( in hrs.)
Total
Marks
I Semester
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
AN101-T
AN102-T
AN103-T
AN104-T
AN105-T
AN106-T
AN107-P
AN108-P
9
AN109-P
10
AN110-P
II Semester
1
AN201-T
2
AN202-T
3
AN203-T
4
5
6
AN204-T
AN205-T
AN206-T
7
AN207-P
8
AN208-P
9
AN209-P
10
AN210-P
Fundamentals of Computer
C Programming Basic
Web Enabled Application
Development Tools – I
Fundamental of Animation-I
Foundation Art – I
Communication Skill – I
Pr. Based on Window Env. & Desktop
Pr. Based on C Prog.
Pr. Based on Web Enabled Appl.
Dev. Tools – I
Pr. Based on Fond. Art-I
GUI & Open-Office
Graphics with C
Web Enabled Application
Development Tools – II
Animation with Anima8or
Foundation Art – II
Communication Skill – II
Pr. Based on Graphics with C &
Open Office
Pr. Based on Anima8or
Pr. Based on Web Enabled Appl.
Dev. Tools – II
Pr. Based on Fond. Art-II
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3
50
50
2
2
50
50
3
50
2
50
3
3
3
6
6
50
50
50
50
50
2
2
2
1½
1½
50
50
50
50
50
6
50
1½
50
6
50
1½
50
3
3
50
50
2
2
50
50
3
50
2
50
3
3
3
50
50
50
2
2
2
50
50
50
6
50
1½
50
6
50
1½
50
6
50
1½
50
6
50
1½
50
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B.Sc.(Animation)
I Semester
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title: Fundamentals of Computer
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN101-T
1. Introduction: Characteristics of Computers; The Evolutions of Computers; Computer
Generations, Classification of computers based on size and application like Notebook
Computers; Personal Computers (PCs); workstations; Mainframe Systems; Super Computers;
Clients and Servers etc.
2. Basic Computer Organization:
Block diagram of Computer, Interrelationship between
different units : Input Unit; Output Unit; Storage unit; Arithmetic Logic Unit; Control unit;
Central Processing unit; The System Concept
3. Processor and Memory: The Central Processing Unit (CPU) The Control Unit, Arithmetic
Logic Unit (ALU), Instruction Set, Registers, Processor Speed, Types of Processors;
Main Memory: Memory Organization, RAM, ROM, PROM and EPROM, Cache Memory.
Secondary Storage Devices: Sequential and Direct-Access Devices; Magnetic Tape, Hard Disk,
Optical Disks: Basic principles of Operations, Advantages and limitations;
4. Types of Software: system Software, Application Software; Overview (function) of different
types of system softwares: Operating Systems, Language Translators, utility Programs, and
Communication Software.
Overview of different types of Application Software: word
Processing, spreadsheet, Database, graphics Personal assistance, Education, entertainment
Software.
5. Input-output Devices: Characteristics of I/O devices. Input Devices (Keyboard Devices, Pointand –Draw Devices, Data scanning Devices, Digitizer, electronic Card reader, Voice
Recognition Devices, Vision-Input System); output Devices (Monitors, printers, plotters, Screen
Image Projector, Voice Response System).
Text Books:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fundamentals of Information Technology; By Chetan Srivastava, Kalyani Publishers
Fundamentals of Computers: By V.Rajaraman, PHI Publication, IVth Edition.
Fundamentals of Programming: By Raj K.Jain, S.Chand Publication
D. H. Sanders, “Computers Today”, McGraw Hill, 1988.
Reference Books:
1. Computer Fundamental By B.Ram, BPB Publication.
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title: C Programming Basics
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN102-T
1. Introduction :
• Overview of C, History of C language, C as a Structured Language, Features of C.
2. Basic Elements & Operators
• Character set, C Token, Identifier & Keywords, Variables
• Constant and its types: Integer constant, floating point constant, character constant,
string constants.
• Operators: Arithmetic, Relational, Logical, Unary operators: Increment & decrement
Assignment and Conditional operator.
• Precedence & Associatively of Operators
3. Data Types
• Data Types: int, char, float, double. Declaration & Initialization.
• Type modifier: long, short, signed & unsigned
4. C Program & I/O statements
• Structure of C Program, Compilation & Execution of C program
• I/O: Introduction, Formatted Input/Output function: scanf & printf, Escape sequence
characters.
• Library functions: String , Math, Stdio
5. Control and Iterative Statements :
• Simple if, nested if, if-else, else if ladder
• Switch-case statement
• The conditional expression (? : operator)
• while and do-while loop, and for loop
• break & continue statement, goto statement
6. Arrays:
• Introduction, Declaration and initialization Accessing array elements, Memory
representation of array.
• One dimension and multidimensional arrays, character array, Introduction to string.
Text Books::
1.
Let us C
2.
Programming in C
3.
Programming in C
Reference Books:
1.
Spirit of “C”
: Y.P. Kanetkar
[bpb publication]
: E. Balaburuswamy [Tata macgraw hill]
: Goterfried
[Shaums’ Series]
: Moolish Kooper.
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title: Web Enabled Application Development Tools - I
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN103-T
1. Basic concepts
• Web standard : Standard Process, Advantage of Standard, Current Web Standard.
• Basic web designing: Introduction to web browser, architecture of web browser, web
page, Static & dynamic web pages, home page, web-site. Web-servers & clients.
• Basic’s of Internet, Internet Domains
• Protocols definition, Overview of TCP/IP, Telnet, FTP
• Communication between browser and web server
2. Introduction to HTML
• Structure of HTML program
• HTML paired tags, Singular Tag
• Text formatting: paragraph, line break, headings , drawing lines.
• Text styles: Bold, italics, underline.
• Centering & Spacing
3. HTML
• Lists: types of lists viz. unordered, ordered, definition lists
• Adding graphics: image, background, border, using width and height attributes.
• Tables: creation and setting attributes of table, width & border attribute, Cell Padding,
Cell Spacing, Colspan & Rowspan Attributes, background color.
• Linking documents (Links): External document references, internal document
references.
• Introduction to frames: frameset and frame tag.
4. Introduction to DHTML
• Overview of dynamic HTML.
• Cascading Style Sheets: Font Attributes, Color & background Attributes, Text
Attributes, border & Margin Attributes, List Attributes.
• Class
• Using the <SPAN>...</SPAN> , <DIV> … </DIV> Tag.
• External Style Sheets.
5. Introduction to javascript:
• Javascript in web pages, Advantages of Javascript, Writing Javascript into HTML, Basic
Programming Techniques, Operators and expressions in Javascript,
Text Books:
1. Web Enabled commercial Application Development Using HTML, DHTML, JavaScript by Ivon Bayross.
2. Complete reference HTML
3. JavaScript Bible.
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title: Fundamental of Animation - I
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN104-T
1. Introduction :
What is graphics, Application of graphics, Elements of Graphics workstation,
Graphics input/output devices, Keyboard, Trackball, Joystick, Light Pen, Digitizer
Tablets, Mouse, Touch Screen, Image Scanners, Vector And raster graphics.
2. Graphics Display Devices:
Raster Scan System, Random Scan System, Arch. Of Raster and Random Scan
Display, Refresh CRT, Plasma Panel Display, Liquid Crystal Displays.
3. Image Capturing Methods:
Devices: Scanner, Digital Camera etc.
Various attributes of images:-size, colour, depth etc. various image file formatBMP, PNG, JPG, TIFF - their features and limitations. Graphics file format
conversions.
Component of Multimedia:
• Text: Types of Text, Unicode standard, fonts, Insertion of text, File Format. • Image: Image Types, Seeing Color, Color Model: RGB, CMYK, Specification of Digital Image, Image File Formats.
• Sound: Digital Sound standards, types of Sound File Formats
4. Animation:
Basics of animation, Historical Background, Principle and use of animation in
multimedia, Types of Animation, effect of resolutions, pixel depth, image size on
quality and storage. Overview of 2D and 3D animation techniques.
TextBooks:
1) PRINCIPLES OF MULTIMEDIA – Ranjan Parekh, 2007, TMH. References:
1. Multimedia Magic, Gokul, S.,: BPB.
2. Multimedia Making it work, Vavghan, by Tata McGraw Hill,
3. Computer Graphics, Hearn and Baker, by PHI,
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title: Foundation of Art - I
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN105-T
1. Introduction to Art History:
Significance of History of Art & Culture, Prehistoric Indian Arts, Indus Valley
Civilisation, Origin of the Aryan Art, Rise of Buddhist Art, Mauryan Art,
Development of the Stupa Architecture.
2. Introduction to Drawing
How to Draw, How to Choose a Pencil, How to improve you’re Drawing Skills
Basics of Sketching & Drawing (with practice): Lines in different grades of
pencils HB +0.8b, Shading in pencil medium, shading in different angles of pencil
strokes, formatting in different textures with pencil, shading,
3. Drawing Geometrical Shapes and Forms
Draw a Box, Draw a Circle, Draw a cylinder, Draw a Hexagon, Draw a Perfect
Pentagram, Draw a Octagonal Based Pyramid.
4. Drawing Real Life Shapes and Forms
Draw a Cartoon, Car, Draw a Simple House.
Forming of sky, land, stones, deserts, trees & plants, roadsides, rivers.
5. Drawing Text, Lettering and Perspective
Draw 3D Block Letters, Draw Bubble Letters, Make an Ambigram, Calligraphy
Writing, Design a Logo.
Perspective: One-point Perspective, Two-point Perspective, Perspective in lines in
landscapes, different head shapes, characters, Reference Books :
1. Indian Art History by Jay Prakash Jagtap.
2. Human anatomy by-Victor Ferard
3. Figure drawing made easy by-Aditya Chari
4. Perspective By Milind Mulik -- Jyotsna Prakashan
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title: Communication Skills in English-I
1.
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN106-T
Basic Communication Skills
i. Meaning and Importance; Process of Communication, feedback
ii. Barriers in communication, Types of communications
iii. Oral communication and Written communication.
2.
Basic Grammar
i. Words and Sentences; Structure and types of sentences.
ii. Tenses
iii. Articles; Prepositions; Modal Auxiliaries
3.
Writing Skills
i. Importance of written communications
ii. Characteristics of good written communication (‘C’s of communication)
iii. Paragraph writing;
iv. Agenda; Notice and Minutes
v. Letter writing; Job Application and Curriculum Vitae
vi. Reports
4.
Reading Skills
i. Meaning and Importance of Reading
ii. Styles of reading (Skimming and scanning)
iii. Reading Comprehension: Silent reading and Loud reading
iv. Reading speed
5.
Oral Communication Skills & Conversational Skills
i. Greetings
ii. Introducing (formal and Informal)
iii. Suggestions, Requests, Complains etc
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iv. Group Discussion: Preparation and practice
v. Presentations: Importance and preparation
vi. Interview: Types and purposes; preparation for cracking interviews References: 1) English for Practical Purposes- Z. N. Patil; B.S Valke; Ashok THorat; Zeenat Merchant
2) Communication Skills : Krishne Mohan ; Meera binary
3) Business Communication: S. M Rai; Uma Rai
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title: Windows Env. & Desktop
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN107-P
1) How to start computer & Shut down Computer, 2) Windows Environment , startup Menu, control Panel ,User Account, Desktop Awareness. 3) Windows Explorer: Creating, deleting & Renaming a file or folde , Copy, Moving, & Deleting file or Folder. 4) Calculator & System Tools 5) Control Panel: Device & Printer, Fonts, Region & Language, Device Manager, 6) Notepad & TextPad : File , Edit & Format Menus & its Submenus studies. 7) Ms‐ Paint – The image‐ Crop, Resize and Skew, Flip/ Rotate, invert selection,Setting your picture as Desktop Background, Uses of all menus & Tools: Image, Brushes, Shapes, Colors. ============================================================
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title:Pr. Based on C Programming
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN108-P
• Any 20 Practical program based on the syllabus of C Prog. Language using if, if.. else, nested if else , switch, while, for, do while. ============================================================
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title:Pr. Based on W.E.A.D. Tools
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN109-P
• Any ten Practical based on the individual HTML Tags & Designing of the webpage. ==============================================================
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) I Seme.
Paper Title:Pr. Based on Foundation Art-I
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN110-P
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B.Sc.(Animation)
II Semester
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title : GUI & Office Suite
1
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN201-P
GUI Operating System: Mouse Practice, Starting, Login, Shutdown, Exploring
Directories, Resizing, Moving, Minimizing, closing of software windows, familiarization
with file icons, Launching Applications, Deleting, Renaming files, Managing Directories,
Searching for files, Using Accessories.
2
Web Browser: Basic Browsing, Buttons: forward, backward, home, adding to favorites,
stop, save, save as, Saving an Image from the Web, printing, Specifying a Home Page,
Browsing: Using Web URLs, Anatomy of a URL, Membership Websites: Signing up for
email service, Searching: Academic Search on the web.
3
Word Processing Tool: Menus, Shortcut menus, Toolbars, Customizing toolbars,
Creating and opening documents, Saving documents, Renaming documents, Working on
multiple documents, Close a document ; Working With Text :Typing and inserting text,
Selecting text, Deleting text, Undo, Formatting toolbar, Format Painter,
Paragraphs: Paragraph attributes,
Columns,
Formatting
Moving, copying, and pasting text, The clipboard,
Drop caps; Styles : Apply a style, Apply a style from the style dialog box,
Create a new styles from a model, Create a simple style from the style dialog box, Modify or
rename a style, Delete a style; Lists : Bulleted and numbered lists, Nested lists,
Formatting lists Tables :Insert Table button, Draw a table, Inserting rows and columns,
Moving and resizing a table, Tables and Borders toolbar, Table properties Graphics
:Adding clip art, Add an image from a file, Editing a graphic, AutoShapes; Spelling and
Grammar:
AutoCorrect, Spelling and grammar check, Synonyms, Thesaurus; Page
Formatting: Page margins, Page size and orientation, Headers and footers, Page
numbers, Print preview and printing. Mail Merge: Create, Start Mail Merge Wizard,
Write and insert Fields, Preview Review and Print.
4
Spreadsheet Basics: Screen elements, Adding and renaming worksheets, The standard
toolbar - opening,
closing,
saving,
through cells, Adding worksheets,
and more; Modifying A Worksheet, Moving
rows,
and columns, Resizing rows and columns,
Selecting cells, Moving and copying cells,, Freeze panes; Formatting Cells: Formatting
toolbar, Format Cells dialog box, Dates and times; Formulas and Functions: Formulas,
Linking worksheets, Relative, absolute, and mixed referencing, Basic functions, Function
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Wizard, Autosum, Sorting and Filling: Basic ascending and descending sorts, Complex
sorts, Autofill; Alternating text and numbers with Autofill, Autofilling functions; Graphics;
Adding clip art; Add an image from a file; Editing a graphics; AutoShapes; Charts: Chart
Wizard; Resizing a chart; Moving a chart, Chart formatting toolbar; Page Properties and
Printing: Page breaks, Page orientation, Margins, Headers, footers, and page numbers,
Print Preview, Print; Keyboard Shortcuts.
•
Presentation Tool: AutoContent Wizard, Create a presentation from a template,
Create a blank presentation, Open an existing presentation, AutoLayout, Presentation
Screen: Screen layout, Views, Working with Slides: Insert a new slide, Applying a design
template, Changing slide layouts, Reordering slides, Hide slides, Create a custom slide
show, Edit a custom slide show Adding Content: Resizing a text box, Text box properties,
Delete a text box, Bulleted lists, Numbered lists, Adding notes, Video and Audio Working
with Text: Adding text, Editing options, Formatting text, Replace fonts, Line spacing,
Change case Spelling check Color & Background: Color schemes, Backgrounds, Graphics,
Adding clip art, Adding an image from a file, Editing a graphic, AutoShapes, WordArt Slide
Effects: Action buttons, Slide animation, Animation preview, Slide transitions, Slide show
options, Master Slides, Slide master, Header and footer, Slide numbers, Date and time
Saving and Printing, Save as a web page, Page setup, Print
•
Integrating Programs Word, spreadsheet and Presentation.
Reference Book:
1. Fundamentals of Information Technology Including MS Office, By Maidasani
2. MS-Office, By Dr. S.S. Srivastava
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Paper Title: Computer Graphics with C
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN202-T
1. Introduction:
• Application areas of Computer Graphics, overview of graphics systems.
Graphics primitives: video-display devices, and raster-scan systems, random
scan systems.
2. Graphics in C:
•
Introduction to graphics : initgraph(), detectgraph() and closegraph() function,
Drawing object in C , Line, Circle, Rectangle, Ellipse, Changing foreground &
background colors, Filling object by color function.
3. Advanced Function in Graphics.h drawpoly, fillpoly, floodfill, getcolor,
4. Text Handling & fonts Setting : settext, outtext,style,fonts,coloring.
5. Image Capture using Library Function : cleardevice(),clearviewport(),
getviewsetting, imagesize, getimage(), fillimage(), putimage(), setviewport(), moving
the image. Text Books::
1.
Let us C
2.
Programming in C
: Y.P. Kanetkar
: Goterfried
[bpb publication]
[Shaums’ Series]
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22.S-[F] SU-02 June-2014-2015 All Syllabus Science Faculty B. Sc. I Yr. Animation [Sem.I & II] -21-
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title: Web Enabled Application Development Tools - II
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN203-T
1. Introduction
• JavaScript Overview, JavaScript Syntax, Type of JavaScript, Embedding Script In
HTML File.
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Variable 2. Operators
• Arithmetic, Logical, Comparison, Assignment, Conditional 3. Conditional Statement & Looping Statement
• If, If. Else
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Switch
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While
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Do/while
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For 4. Function & Object
• Passing Parameter to function
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Returning a value from function
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Creating Object
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Accessing Object Properties & Method
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Array Object
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String Object
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Date Object
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Math Object
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Window Object
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Navigator Object 5. Event Handling
• Event Type:
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Mouse Events
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Frame/Object Events
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Text Books:
1. Web Enabled commercial Application Development Using HTML, DHTML, JavaScript by Ivon Bayross.
2. JavaScript Bible.
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22.S-[F] SU-02 June-2014-2015 All Syllabus Science Faculty B. Sc. I Yr. Animation [Sem.I & II] -23-
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title: Animation with Anima8or
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN204-T
Unit – 1 :
1. Introduction to Anim8or Software
2. Basics
3. Object Editor - Basics and Object/Edit Mode,
Unit – 2 :
4. Object Editor - Object/Point Mode,
5. Figure Editor
6. Sequence Editor,
7. Scene Editor,
Unit – 3 :
8. Animation,
9. Materials,
10. Scripts.
Reference:
1. Manual of Anim8or Software: Free download Manual & Software from the website
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22.S-[F] SU-02 June-2014-2015 All Syllabus Science Faculty B. Sc. I Yr. Animation [Sem.I & II] -24-
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title: Foundation of Art - II
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN205-T
1. Colour Theory:
Colour and Colour Identification, Colour Theory, Colour Characteristics
and value, Colour Mixtures, Importance and uses of Colours in our Life.
2. Drawing Cartoon Characters
Draw a Cartoon Man, Draw a Funny Looking Face, Draw a Simpsons /
Doreman / Sinchen Character, Draw a Cartoon like Face, Draw a Cartoon
Cat, and Draw a Cute Cartoon
Cartoon and Comic Drawing: Draw a Stick Figure, Draw Monsters,
Draw a Sea Creature.
3. Drawing Animals
Draw Realistic Animals with Depth, Draw an Elephant, Draw a Horse,
Draw a Bird, Draw a Cat, Draw a Dog, Draw a Dog Face, Draw a Frog
4.
Drawing Realistic ( Human Anatomy)
Draw Basic Human Figures, Draw a Body, and Draw gestures,
5. Drawing Individual Human Body Parts
Draw Heads, Rotation in Arcs, Muscles, Hands & Legs, and
Draw Human Faces with Facial expressions, Draw Eyes, Mouth & Nose
Reference Books :
1. Colour Theory by Prof. Jayprakash Jagtap.
2. Human anatomy by-Victor Ferard
3. Figure drawing made easy by-Aditya Chari
4. Perspective By Milind Mulik -- Jyotsna Prakashan
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22.S-[F] SU-02 June-2014-2015 All Syllabus Science Faculty B. Sc. I Yr. Animation [Sem.I & II] -25-
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title: Communication Skills in English-II
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN206-T
1. Basic Grammar
a. Usages of Verbs, Conjunctions, Articles, Modal Auxiliaries;
b. Clauses: Simple sentences, Compound Sentences and Complex sentences.
c. Voice: Active voice and Passive voice
2. Business Correspondence
a. Notice, Agenda and Minutes: Format and Language
b. Business Letters: Formats and Layouts
c. Job Application and Curriculum Vitae
3. Group Communication and GD
a. Meetings; Planning and preparation for meeting
b. Group Discussion: Concept, Purpose, and Importance
c. Principles of GD; Planning and preparation for successful GD
4. Interviews Skills
a. Types of Interviews, Planning and preparation for Interview, Interviewer and
Interviewee (Candidates), How to be successful in cracking successful interview;
b. Viva Voce
5. Personality Development and Body Language:
a. Concept of personality, Aspects of personality; Body language, different signal
thrown by body language.
Text Book:
1. Communication Skill for Effective Management – Dr. Anjali Ghanekar
2. Developing Communication Skills – Krishna Mohan & Meera Banerji
3. Business Communication -
Urmila Rai & S.M.Rai Syllabus of B.Sc.(Animation),Dr.B.A.M.U.A ‘bad’ w.e.f.: 2014-15
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Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title: Pr. Based on Graphics in C & Open Office
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN207-P
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Any 5 Practical program using graphics Function of C : include imagecapture, moving image.
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Any 5 Practical based on Word, Spreadsheet & Presentation.
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title: Pr. Based on Anima8or
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Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN208-P
Any 10 Practical using the Anima8or Software as per the instruction of the faculty concerne.
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title: Pr. Based on W.E.A.D. Tools-II
•
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN209-P
Any 10 Practical based on java script & Designing of the webpages along with the form
validation as per the instruction of the faculty concerne.
Course : B.Sc.(Animation) II Seme.
Paper Title:Pr. Based on Foundation Art-I
Max. Marks : 50
Paper No. : AN210-P
• Any ten Assignment based on hand on practice for drawing. -=**=S*/-030514/- Syllabus of B.Sc.(Animation),Dr.B.A.M.U.A ‘bad’ w.e.f.: 2014-15
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