common to all conventional diploma total marks

common to all conventional diploma total marks
TILAK MAHARASHTRA VIDYAPEETH,PUNE
TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME FOR DIPLOMA COURSE
COURSE NAME : COMPUTER ENGINEERING
COURSE CODE : CO
DURATION OF COURSE : 6 SEMESTERS
YEAR/SEMESTER : SIXTH SEMESTER
DURATION : 18 WEEKS
FULL TIME
EXAMINATION SCHEME
TEACHING
SUBJEC
SCHEME
SR.
SUBJECT TITLE
T CODE TH
NO.
PR
PAPE
TH
INT
TOTAL
PR
OR
TW
R HRS Max Min
Max Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
Max
Min
1
Principles of Management
CO6001
04
--
3
80
32
20
100
40
--
--
--
--
--
--
2
Software Testing
CO6002
04
02
3
80
32
20
100
40
--
--
25*
10
25*
10
3
Advance Java
Programming
CO6003
04
04
3
80
32
20
100
40
50**
20
--
--
50*
10
4
Elective II (Any one)
CO6004
02
04
3
80
32
20
100
40
--
--
25**
10
25*
10
CO6005
02
04
3
80
32
20
100
40
25**
10
25*
10
CO6006
01
--
--
25*
10
50*
20
50*
20
250
--
5
Object Oriented Modeling
and Design
Introduction to
Embedded System
Entrepreneurship
Development
6
Industrial Projects
CO6007
--
06
--
7
Professional Practices-V
CO6008
--
02
--
15
18
--
TOTAL
50**
320
--
80
400
--
50
--
125
20
--
33 HRS : Theory and Practical Periods are of 60 minutes each
* - INTERNAL ASSESSMENT , ** - EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT , @ - COMMON TO ALL CONVENTIONAL DIPLOMA
TOTAL MARKS – 825
STUDENT CONTACT HOURS PER WEEK :
ABBREVIATIONS : TH – THEORY , INT- INTERNAL, PR – PRACTICALS , OR –ORAL, TW – TERMWORK
All Practical, Orals and Term Work assessments are to be done as per the prevailing norms for implementation and assessment
147
COURSE NAME
: ALL BRANCHES FOR ENGINEERING
COURSE CODE
: CO
SEMESTER
: SIXTH
SUBJECT TITLE
: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
SUBJECT CODE
: CO6001
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching
Scheme
TH
04
PR
--
Examination Scheme
PAPER TH
HRS
03
80
INT
20
PR
--
OR
--
TW
--
TOTAL
100
Pre-requisites:
The students should know the following concepts:1. Students should know industrial working & different requirements of production
2. Different activities in Organisation
Objectives:
The students will able to :
1. Familiarize environment in the world of work.
2. Explain the importance of management process in Business.
3. Identify various components of management .
4. Describe Role & Responsibilities of a Technician in an Organizational structure.
5. Apply various rules and regulations connected with Business & Social Responsibilities of
the Technician
148
Contents:
Theory
Subject
Title
: PRINCIPLE OF MANAGEMENT
Unit
01
Subject Code: CO6001
Name of the Topics
Overview Of Business
Types of Business 
Hours
02
Marks
02
Service, Manufacturing, Trade
Industrial sectors Introduction to
Engineering industry ,Process industry , Textile,
industry , Chemical industry , Agro industry
Globalization
Introduction Advantages & disadvantages
w.r.t. India
02
03
Intellectual Property Rights (I.P.R.)
Management Process
What is Management?
07
Evolution, Various definitions, Concept of management, Levels of
management, Administration & management, Scientific management by
F.W.Taylor
Principles of Management (14 principles of Henry Fayol)
Functions of Management
Planning
Organizing
Directing
Controlling
Organizational Management
07
Organization :Definition
Steps in organization
10
12
Types of organization
Line, Line & staff , Functional Project
Departmentation
Centralized & Decentralized, Authority & Responsibility, Span of Control
Forms of ownership
Propriotership, Partnership, Joint stock
Co-operative Society
Govt. Sector
04
Human Resource Management
Personnel Management
Introduction, Definition, Functions
08
Staffing
Introduction to HR Planning
Recruitment Procedure
Personnel- Training & Development
Types of training , Induction , Skill Enhancement
Leadership & Motivation
Maslow's Theory of Motivation
Safety Management
Causes of accident, Safety precautions
Introduction to Factory Act , ESI Act , Workmen Compensation Act , Industrial Dispute Act
149
16
05
08
Financial Management
Financial Management- Objectives & Functions
Capital Generation & Management
Types of Capitals
Sources of raising Capital
16
Budgets and accounts
Types of Budgets, Production Budget (including Variance Report ), Labour Budget
Introduction to Profit & Loss Account ( only concepts) ; Balance Sheet
Introduction to Excise Tax, Service Tax, Income Tax, VAT, Custom Duty
06
Materials Management
08
Inventory Management (No Numericals)
• Meaning & Objectives
ABC Analysis
Economic Order Quantity
• Introduction & Graphical Representation
Purchase Procedure
• Objects of Purchasing
Functions of Purchase Dept.
Steps in Purchasing
Modern Techniques of Material Management : Introductory treatment to JIT / SAP / ERP
07
Project Management ( No Numericals)
Project Management
08
14
10
Introduction & Meaning, Introduction to CPM & PERT Technique, Concept of Break
Even Analysis
Quality Management
Definition of Quality , concept of Quality , Quality
Circle, Quality Assurance
Introduction to TQM, Kaizen, 5 'S',
& 6 Sigma
TOTAL
150
48
80
Recommended Books:
Sr.
No
Author
01
Dr. O.P. Khanna
02
Dr. S.C. Saksena
04
W.H. Newman
E.Kirby Warren
Andrew R. McGill
Rustom S. Davar
05
Banga & Sharma
06
Jhamb & Bokil
03
Name of Book
Industrial Engg &
Management
Business Administration &
Management
The process of
Management
Industrial Management
Industrial Organisation &
Management
Industrial Management
151
Publisher
Dhanpal Rai & sons New
Delhi
Sahitya Bhavan Agra
Prentice- Hall
Khanna Publication
Khanna Publication
Everest Publication , Pune
COURSE NAME
: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
COURSE CODE
: CO
SEMESTER
: SIXTH
SUBJECT TITLE
: SOFTWARE TESTING
SUBJECT CODE
: CO6002
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching
Scheme
TH
04
PR
02
Examination Scheme
PAPER TH
HRS
03
80
INT
PR
20
--
OR
25*
TW
25*
TOTAL
150
Pre-requisites:
The students should know the following concepts:1. Basic Knowledge of Computer Concepts
2. Basic Knowledge of Computer Hardware & Software
3. Knowledge of Security system .
4. Knowledge of Programming Languages .
Objectives:
The students will be able to:
1. Understand the impact of software bugs and importance of software
testing
2. Develop the skills necessary to find bugs in any types of software.
3. Learn how to effectively plan your tests, communicate the bugs you
find, and measure your success as a software tester.
4. Use your new testing skills to test not just the software , but also the
product
specification the raw code, and even the user’s manual
5. Learn how to test software for compatibility, usability and cultural
issues.
6. Discover how to improve your testing efficiency by automating your
tests.
152
Contents:
Theory
Subject Title
: SOFTWARE TESTING
Unit
01
02
03
Subject Code: CO6002
Name of the Topic
Software Testing Background
What is Bug? Software Bug: A Formal definition. Why do Bug occurs? , cost of
bugs, What Exactly does a software tester do?
Software Development Process : What Effort Goes into a software product?Software
Project Staff , Software Development Lifecycle Models :- Big-Bang Model , Code
and fix Model, Waterfall model, Spiral Model
The Realities of Software Testing: Testing Axiom
Testing Fundamentals
Black-Box and white-box Testing, Static and Dynamic Testing
High Level Review of the Specification, Low Level Specification Test Techniques:Specification Terminology Checklist.
Test-to-pass and Test-to-fail, Equivalences Partitioning , Data Testing :- Boundary
Condition, Sub-Boundary Conditions, default, empty, blank, Null, Zero and None,
Invalid, Wrong, Incorrect and garbage data.
Static White Box Testing: Examining the design and code, Formal Review: - Peer
Review, Walkthroughs, Inspections. Coding Standards and Guidelines:- Generic Code
Review Checklist:- Data Reference Errors, Data Declaration Errors, Computation
Errors, Comparison Error, Control Flow Errors, Subroutine Parameter Errors,
Input/Output Errors
Unit and Integration Testing
153
Hours
06
Marks
10
14
15
14
10
04
05
06
Configuration Testing
Isolating Configuration: Bugs, Sizing up the job.
Decide which Hardware features, modes and options are possible, Configuration
to a Manageable Set, Design the test Cases to Run on each
configuration. Execute the tests on each configuration. Obtaining the hardware,
Identify hardware standards, configuration testing other hardware.
Compatibility Testing Overview, Platform and Application Versions,
Backward and forward compatibility, the impact of testing multiple
versions.
06
Usability Testing
User Interface Testing: What makes a Good UI? , Follows standards
or Guidelines, Intuitive, Consistent, Flexible, Comfortable, Correct,
Useful. Testing for the Disabled: Accessibility Testing: - It's the Law,
accessibility features in software.
Web site Testing
Web Page Fundamentals, Black-Box Testing: - Text, Hyperlinks,
graphics, forms, object and other simple miscellaneous Functionality.
Gray Box Testing, White Box Testing, Configuration and
compatibility testing, Usability Testing, Introducing Automation.
08
Automation Testing and test tools
The benefits of automation and tools, Test tools: - Viewers and
Monitors, Drivers, Stubs, Stress and load tools, Interference injectors
and noise generators, analysis tools. Software Test Automation: Macro Recording and playback, programmed macros, Fully
Programmable Automated Testing Tools.
04
154
10
10
10
07
08
Planning your test effort : the goal of the test planning , test planning
topics :- high level expectations , people , places , and things ,
definitions , Inter group Responsibilities , what will and won't be
tested , test phases , test strategy , resource requirements , tester
assignments , test schedule , test cases , bug reporting , Metrics and
statistics , Risk and Issues.
Getting your bugs fixed, isolating & reproducing bugs , Not all bugs
are created equal , a bug's life cycle , bug tracking system :- The test incident
Report , Manual Bug Reporting and
Tracking
Software Quality Assurance : Quality is free, testing and quality
assurance in the workplace , software testing , Quality Assurance,
other names for software testing groups, Test management and
organizational structures, Capability Maturity Model (CMM), ISO
9000
Total
06
06
62
155
10
05
80
List of Practical: (Any 10)
Sr. No.
Practical Name
1
Introduction To Software Testing Concepts
2
Case Study:- Study any system specification and report bugs
3
Write Test Cases For any Application (e.g. Railway Reservation Form)
4
Display "Hello World"
5
Write a program to demonstrate use of 1) For Loop 2) Switch  Case
3) DoWhile 4) If.else
6
Automate Notepad Application.
7
Automate any installation procedure (e.g. WinZip)
8
Automate Microsoft Word Application
1) Open Microsoft Word
2) Type text (automatically)
3) Generate random file name.
4) Save file and close Microsoft Word.
9
Create GUI Objects.
10
Create any GUI Application e.g. Calculator
11
Assignment for Web Testing (use any Web testing tools e.g. Selenium)
12
Assignment for any Bug Tracking Tool (e.g. Bugzilla, Bugit)
13
Assignment for any test management tool (e.g. Test Director)
All above Practical may be performed on Windows or Linux Platform, using the tools
mentioned below:
Sr. No
1
2
3
4
5
6
Type of Tool
Free Ware
Free Ware
Free Ware
Free Ware
Licensed Software
Licensed Software
Testing Tools
AutoIT
Ruby
Water
Sahi
Bugzilla
Test Track
Books:
Sr. No.
Author
01
Ron Patton
Srinivasan Desikan
02
Gopalaswamy Ramesh
Title
Software Testing
Software Testing : Principals
and Practical
156
Publication
SAMS Techmedia
Pearson Education
COURSE NAME
: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
COURSE CODE
: CO
SEMESTER
: SIXTH
SUBJECT TITLE
: ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING
SUBJECT CODE
: CO6003
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching
Scheme
TH
PR
04
04
Examination Scheme
PAPER TH
HRS
03
80
INT
20
PR
50**
OR
--
TW
50*
TOTAL
200
Perquisites:The students are know the following concepts:
1. Knowledge Of Object Oriented Concept
2. Knowledge of basic java Concepts such as Inheritance, Packages, Error Handling,
Interface
Objectives:
After studying this subject, the student will be able to:
1. Create business applications
2. Create network based applications
3. Implement Server side programming.
4. Develop dynamic software components.
5. Develop database application
6. Design and develop powerful GUI based components.
7. Create Animation using Applet, Thread and AWT controls


157
Subject
Title
: ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING
Contents:
Theory
Unit
01
02
03
Name of the Topic
Introduction the Advanced Web Technology: (AWT)
Working with Windows and AWT
AWT classes
Windows Fundamentals
Working with frame windows
Creating a frame window in applet
Creating windowed program
Display information within with in a window
Working with graphics
Working with color
Setting the paint mode
Working with Fonts
Managing text output using Font Metrics
Exploring text & graphics
Using AWT Controls, Layout Managers and Menus
Control Fundamentals
Labels
Using Buttons
Applying Check Boxes
Checkbox Group
Choice Controls
Using Lists
Managing scroll Bars
Using a Text Field
Using a Text Area
Understanding Layout Managers
Menu Bars and Menu
Dialog Boxes
File Dialog
Handling events by Extending AWT Components
Exploring the Controls, Menus, and Layout Managers
Networking:
Basics
Socket overview, client/server, reserved sockets, proxy
servers, internet addressing.
Java & the Net
The networking classes & interfaces
Inet address
Factory methods, instance method
TCP/IP Client Sockets
What is URL
Format
URL connection
TCI/IP Server Sockets
Data grams
Data gram packets, Data gram server & client
Java Data Base Client/ Server
Java as a Database front end
Database client/server methodology
158
Subject Code: CO6003
Hours
Marks
16
20
08
08
12
20
04
05
Two-Tier Database Design
Three-Tier Database Design
The JDBC API
The API Components, Limitations Using
JDBC(Applications vs. Applets), Security
Considerations, A JDBC Database Example
JDBC Drivers ,JDBC-ODBC Bridge
Current JDBC Drivers
The Tour of Swing
J applet, Icons and Labels ,Text Fields, Buttons
Combo Boxes, Tabbed Panes, Scroll Panes.
Trees, Tables, Exploring the Swings.
Servlets
Background, The Life Cycle Of a Servlet,The Java
Servlet Development Kit, The Simple Servlet, The
Servlet API
The Javax Servlet Package, Reading Servlet
Parameters Reading Initialization Parameters
The Javax. Servlet. http package, Handling HTTP
Requests and responses
Using Cookies, Session Tracking, Security Issues
Exploring Servlet
Total
159
08
08
08
20
48
80
List of Practical:
Sr.
No
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Contents
Write a program to design a form using components textbox, text field, checkbox, buttons, list
and handle various events related to each component.
Write a program to design a calculator using Java components and handle various events
related to each component and apply proper layout to it.
Write a program to demonstrate use of Grid Layout.
Write a program to demonstrate use of Flow Layout.
Write a program to demonstrate use of Card Layout.
Write a program to demonstrate use of Border Layout.
Write a program to display any string using available Font and with every mouse click change
the size and / style of the string. Make use of Font and Font metrics class and their methods.
Write a program to create a menu bar with various menu items and sub menu items. Also
create a checkable menu item. On clicking a menu Item display a suitable Dialog box.
Write a program to increase the font size of a font displayed when the value of thumb in
scrollbar increases at the same time it decreases the size of the font when the value of font
decreases.
Write a program to retrieve hostname using methods in Inet Address class.
Write a program that demonstrates TCP/IP based communication between client and server.
Write a program that demonstrates UDP based communication between client and server.
Write a program to demonstrate use of URL and URL Connection class for communication.
Write an Application program /Applet to make connectivity with database using JDBC API
Write an Application program/Applet to send queries through JDBC bridge & handle result.
Write a program to design a form using basic swing components.
Write a program to demonstrate the use of scroll panes in Swing.
Write Java Program to map Directory tree.
Write a Java program to demonstrate the use of Tables.
Write a servlet for demonstrating the generic servlet class.
Write a servlet for demonstrating the generic servlet class.
Write a servlet to demonstrate the Http Servlet class using do Get ().
Write a servlet to demonstrate the Http Servlet class using do Post ().
Write a servlet to demonstrate the cookie.
Recommended Books:
Sr. No.
Author
Patrick Naughton01
Herbert Schildt
02
Michael Morrison
03
Jawroski
04
Java2 Programming
Title
Publisher
The Complete Reference Java 2 (Third
Tata McGraw hill
Edition)
The Complete IDIOT's Guide To JAVA 2 Prentice Hall of India
Java2 Unleased
Techmedia
Keyur Shah
Tata McGraw hill
160
COURSE NAME
: COMPUTER ENGINEERING
COURSE CODE
: CO
SEMESTER
: SIXTH
SUBJECT TITLE
: OBJECT ORIENTED MODELLING AND DESIGN (ELECTIVE-II)
SUBJECT CODE
: CO6004
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching
Scheme
TH
PR
02
04
Examination Scheme
PAPER TH
HRS
03
80
INT
PR
20
--
OR
25**
TW
25*
TOTAL
150
Pre-requisites:
The students are known the following concepts:
1. Knowledge of software development Life Cycle
2. Knowledge of differtiating between procedural and object oriented Language
Objectives:
The student will be able to:
1) Interpret / give the meaning of object-oriented concepts.
2) Understand different Modeling Methodology.
3) Prepare an object model for a given problem statement.
4) Prepare dynamic for a given problem statement.
5) Describe and Design the concepts of class diagram, object diagram, interaction
diagram,
sequence diagram collaboration, use case diagram, state diagram, activity.
6) Usage of anyone design tool.
161
Contents:
Theory
Subject Title
: OBJECT ORIENTED MODELLING AND DESIGN (ELECTIVE-II)Subject Code: CO6004
Chapter
01
Name of the Topic
Importance of Modelling
Brief overview of Object Modelling Technology (OMT) by
Ram Baugh, Booch Methodology, Use Case driven approach
(OOSE) by Jacobson, Overview of CRC card method by
Cunningham.
Hours
03
Marks
10
07
20
05
15
UML - Structural Modelling
Advanced Class Diagrams: - Advanced Classes and
Relationships, Interfaces, Types and Roles, Packages,
Instances. Object Diagrams.
Component Diagrams: Terms and Concepts, Common
modeling techniques.
Deployment Diagrams: Terms and Concepts, Common
modeling techniques.
05
15
UML Behavioral Modeling
Use case diagram: Terms and Concepts, Model ling techniques.
Interaction diagram (Sequence and collaboration diagram):
Terms and Concepts, Model ling techniques.
State chart diagram: Terms and Concepts, Modelling
techniques. Activity diagram: Terms and Concepts, Modelling techniques.
12
02
Object Modelling
Objects and Classes (Object Diagrams, Attributes, Operations
and Methods), Links, Associations and Advanced Concepts
(General Concepts, Multiplicity, Link Attributes, Association
as a Class, Roll names, Ordering, Qualification, Aggregation).
Generalizations and Inheritance, Grouping Constructs.
Aggregation verses Association And Generalization, Recursive
Aggregates, and Propagation of Operations.
Abstract Classes, Multiple Inheritance, Metadata, Candidate
Keys, Constraints
Introduction to Dynamic and Functional Modelling.
03
Overview of UML
Efforts of standardization / Integration,OMG approval for
UML,
Scope
of
UML,
Conceptual model of
UML,Architectural
-Metamodel,
Unified
Software
Development Lifecycle.
Introduction to UML Diagrams
04
05
20
Total
32
162
80
List of Practical: 
1. Analyze and Design the UML diagrams for 
•
ATM System
•
Railway Reservation System
•
Library Management System.
Analyze and design the UML diagrams & develop programme for minimum three systems.
Recommended Books:
Sr. No.
Author
1
Rumbaugh, Blaha
2
Booch, Jacobson,
Rumbaugh
3
Mark Paiestly
Title
Object Oriented Modelling and Designing
(Refer for First and Second Chapter)
The UML User Guide(Addison Wesley) (Refer
for Third, Fourth and fifth Chapter)
Practical OOD with UML-.( Refer for Fourth
and Fifth Chapter)
163
Course Name : Computer Engineering
Course Code : CO
Semester
: Sixth
Subject Title : Introduction to Embedded System (Elective-II)
Subject Code : CO6005
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching
Scheme
TH
PR
02
04
Examination Scheme
PAPER TH
HRS
03
80
INT
PR
20
--
OR
TW
25**
25*
TOTAL
150
Pre-requisites:
The students are expected to know the following Concepts:
1. Architecture of 8051 Microcontroller
2. Pin Diagram of 8051 Microcontroller
3. 8051 Instruction Set
4. Assembly Language Programming
5. RISC & CISC architecture.
Objectives:
The student will be able to:
1. Access embedded systems hardware units like processor, I/O device, On-chip
and Off chip
Device, Power supply etc.
2. Interface various devices using ports.
3. Write embedded program.
4. Develop programmable interrupt controller.
5. Perform software analysis, design, implementation, testing, debugging for
embedded
Systems.
164
Subject
Title
:INTRODUCTION TO EMBEDDED SYSTEM (ELECTIVE-II)
Contents:
Theory
Unit
Name of the Topic
01
8051- Microcontrollers
Subject Code: CO6005
Hours
Marks
03
05
04
10
05
15
03
15
04
05
Overview of 8051 family.
Architecture.
Memory organization.
Functional pin, Ports & circuit.
Addressing mode, Instruction Set.
02
Hardware overview
Study of interrupt structure.
Port structure. & Programming.
Study of SBUF, TCON, TMOD, SMOD, SCON Register.
Timer/Counter & Serial Communication Programming.
Serial Communication & Parallel communication
03
Serial Communication - RS-232, I2C, CAN
Parallel Communication - ISA, PCI, PCI-X
Advance I/P O/P buses.
Study of RS-232 Pinout.
04
Embedded System
Introduction.
Processor in the system.
Different Hardware Units.
Software Embedded into System.
Exemplary Embedded system.
System -On-Chip (SOC) & VLSI system.
05
Memory organization
Structure unit in processor
Processor selection
Memory devices & Selection
Allocation of memory
DMA
Interfacing processor & I/P O/P device
06
Device Driver & Interrupts Servicing Mechanism
Device Drivers
Parallel port device driver
165
05
15
Serial port device driver
Internal Programmable timing devices
Interrupts handling Mechanism
Context switching
07
08
RTOS & Interprocess Communication
15
Concepts of RTOS
Requirement, Need, Specification of RTOS in Embedded
systems
Multitasking
Task synchronization & Mutual Exclusion
Starvation, Deadlock, Multiple process
Problem of sharing data by Multiple task and routines
Interprocess communication
Total
166
32
80
List of Practical
It
is expected
that students should perform at least
8
experiments from the
following list. Out of which any one of the experiment shall be performed on 8051 kit &
remaining can be performed using pc & kit either using Assembler or "C" programming language.
Student must also do a mini project covering practical knowledge gained in the
subject & submit a brief project report with subject Journal. This report should also include the
importance of the Project from industry point of view.
1. Write a Program on Block Move.
2. Assume 1 Hz. Frequency pulse is connected to I/P P3.4 Write a Program to display
count on LCD kit.
3. Write a Program to find the frequency of square wave generated on pin P1.0.
4. Write a Program to generate a square wave of 50 Hz. Frequency on pin P1.2 using
interrupt for timer.
5. Write a Program to connect INT 1 pin to a switch that is normally high whenever it goes
low LED should turn ON which is connected to P1.3 & LED is normally OFF.
LED should be ON as long as switch is pressed.
6. Write a Program to transfer massage "Yes" serially at 9600 baud rate 8-bit, data,
1 stop-bit & do this continuously.
7. Write a Program for Interfacing ADC & DAC.
8. Write a Program to Interface keyboard.
9. Write a Program to Interface LCD.
10. Write a Program to Interface stepper motor.
11. Mini project :
This project should be at least of level of interfacing some devices. "C"-Programming
language can also be used for development of project.
167
Books:
Sr.
No.
Author
Title
Publisher
1
Raj Kamal
Embedded Systems
2
David E. Simon
An Embedded Software Primer
3
--
4
Frank Vahid,
Toney Givargis
The 8051 Microcontroller
And
Embedded Systems
Embedded System Design: A unified
Hardware/Software Introduction
5
Craig Hollabaugh
Embedded Linux
Pearson Education
6
Daniel Lewis
Fundamentals of Embedded Software
Pearson Education
7
Barnett, Cox, O'Cull
8
Mike Predko
Embedded C Programming and the
Atmel AVR
Programming and Customizing the
8051
Microcontroller
168
-Pearson Education
Pearson Education
John Wiley
Thomson Learning
Tata Magrow Hill
Course Name : Computer Engineering
Course Code : CO
Semester
: Sixth
Subject Title : ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Subject Code : CO6005
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching Scheme
TH
PR
01
--
PAPER TH
HRS
---
Examination Scheme
INT PR
OR
TW
--
--
--
25*
Pre-requisites:
1. Knowledge of basic management concepts.
Objectives:
Students will be able to
1. Identify entrepreneurship opportunity.
2. Acquire entrepreneurial values and attitude.
3. Use the information to prepare project report for business venture.
4. Develop awareness about enterprise management.
169
TOTAL
25
Subject
Title
: ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT
Contents:
Theory
Unit
01
Name of the Topic
Entrepreneurship, Creativity & Opportunities
Concept, Classification & Characteristics of Entrepreneur
Subject Code: CO6006
Hours
03
Creativity and Risk taking.
Concept of Creativity & Qualities of Creative person.
Risk Situation, Types of risk & risk takers.
Business Reforms.
Process of Liberalization.
Reform Policies.
Impact of Liberalization.
Emerging high growth areas.
Business Idea Methods and techniques to generate business idea.
Transforming Ideas in to opportunities transformation involves
Assessment of idea &Feasibility of opportunity SWOT Analysis
02
Information And Support Systems
02
Information Needed and Their Sources.
Information related to project, Information related to support system,
Information related to procedures and formalities
SUPPORT SYSTEMS
Small Scale Business Planning, Requirements.
Govt. & Institutional Agencies, Formalities
Statutory Requirements and Agencies.
03
Market Assessment
02
Marketing -Concept and Importance
Market Identification, Survey Key components
Market Assessment
04
Business Finance & Accounts
Business Finance
03
Cost of Project
Sources of Finance
Assessment of working capital
Product costing
Profitability
Break Even Analysis
Financial Ratios and Significance
Business Account
Accounting Principles, Methodology
Book Keeping
Financial Statements
Concept of Audit
170
05
06
Business Plan & Project Report
Business plan steps involved from concept to commissioning:
Activity Recourses, Time, Cost
Project Report
Meaning and Importance
Components of project report/profile (Give list)
Project Appraisal
Meaning and definition
Technical, Economic feasibility
Cost benefit Analysis
03
Enterprise Management And Modern Trends
03
Enterprise Management:
Essential roles of Entrepreneur in managing enterprise
Product Cycle: Concept and importance
Probable Causes Of Sickness
Quality Assurance
Importance of Quality, Importance of testing
E-Commerce
Concept and process
Global Entrepreneur
Total
16
Prepare project report and study its feasibility
Recommended Books:
Sr.
No.
01
02
03
04
Title
Entrepreneurship
Theory and Practice
Entrepreneurship
Development
Entrepreneurship
Development
Entrepreneurship
Development
Author
Publisher
J.S. Saini
B.S.Rathore
Wheeler Publisher
New Delhi
TTTI, Chandigadh
TTTI, Chandigadh
E. Gorden
K.Natrajan
Preferred by Colombo
plan staff college for
Technical education.
Himalaya Publishing.
Mumbai
171
Tata Mc Graw Hill Publishing co. ltd.
New Delhi.
Components of Project Report:
1. Project Summary (One page summary of entire project )
2. Introduction (Promoters, Market Scope/ requirement)
3. Project Concept & Product (Details of product)
4. Promoters (Details of all Promoters- Qualifications, Experience, Financial strength)
5. Manufacturing Process & Technology
6. Plant & Machinery Required
7. Location & Infrastructure required
8. Manpower ( Skilled, unskilled )
9. Raw materials, Consumables & Utilities
10. Working Capital Requirement (Assumptions, requirements)
11. Market ( Survey, Demand & Supply )
12. Cost of Project, Source of Finance
13. Projected Profitability & Break Even Analysis
14. Conclusion.
172
Course Name
: Computer Engineering
Course Code
: CO
Semester
: Sixth
Subject Title
: INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS
Subject Code
: CO6007
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching Scheme
TH
TU
PR
06
PAPER TH
HRS
---
Examination Scheme
INT PR
OR
TW
--
--
50**
50*
TOTAL
100
Pre-requisites:
1. Knowledge of programming language such as VB
2. Knowledge of database concepts.
3. Knowledge of Ms Access, Oracle
4. Knowledge of software development lifecycle
5. Should be able to design using designing tool.
Objectives:
The students will be able to,
1. Work in Groups, Plan the work, and Coordinate the work.
2. Develop leadership qualities.
3. Develop Innovative ideas.
4. Practically implement the acquired knowledge.
5. Develop basic technical Skills by hands on experience.
6. Write project report.
7. Develop skills to use latest technology in Computer/Information Technology field.
8. Analyze the different types of Case studies..
173
Subject Title : INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS
Subject Code: CO6007
Contents:
Two hours should be allotted for giving the Instructions for preparing a Project Report
Projects
Group
(1) Develop Application Software for Hospital / Shopping Mall/Cinema
Theatre/Commercial
Complex/Educational
Institute/Industrial
Complex.
(2) Develop Inhouse Systems.
I
Software
(3) Case Studies Related to Industries - Operation / Maintenance / Repair
and Fault Finding. (Refer Guideline Document).
Oriented
(4) Develop Information Processing System.
Projects
(5) Develop Web Based Applications using Web Technologies.
(6) Develop Network monitoring system.
(7) Develop systems for financial organisation.
(8) Develop System Program based system like compilers, editors,
spreadsheets, mini database systems.
(1) Develop Intrusion Detection System.
II
(2) Develop Speech Recognition System.
(3) Develop Image Processing Systems.
Hardware
(4) Develop Expert Systems.
Oriented
(5) Develop Artificial Intelligence based Systems.
Projects
(6) Develop various types of Interfacing Applications.
(7) Develop device Controllers.
Seminar on any relevant latest technical topic based on latest research, recent
III
Seminar
trends, new methods and developments in the field of Computer Engineering /
Information Technology.
Note: (1) One Project from any one group.
174
Recommended Reading
Sr. No.
1.
IEEE Transactions/Journals
2.
Computer Today.
3.
PC Quest.
4.
Data Quest
5.
Any Journal Related to Computer/Information Technology/Electronics field.
6.
Computer World
7.
Chip
8.
IT World
175
Course Name
: Computer Engineering
Course Code
: CO
Semester
: Sixth
Subject Title
: PROFFESSIONAL PRACTICES -VI
Subject Code
: CO6008
Teaching and Examination Scheme:
Teaching Scheme
TH
TU
PR
02
PAPER TH
HRS
---
Examination Scheme
INT PR
OR
TW
--
--
Pre-requisites:
1. Student should be reasonably proficient in English
2. Should have good communication skill
3. Should have knowledge of using internet and search engine.
Objectives:
Student will be able to:
1. Acquire information from different sources.
2. Prepare notes for given topic.
3. Present given topic in a seminar.
4. Interact with peers to share thoughts.
5. Prepare a report on industrial visit, expert lecture.
176
50*
TOTAL
50
Subject Title : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES - V
Activity
01
02
03
04
05
Subject Code: CO6008
Content
Hours
Industrial Visits
Structured industrial visits be arranged and report of the same should be
submitted by the individual student, to form part of the term work.
Visit a industry
Collect organization chart
Roles and responsibilities of each post.
No. of resources available in industry etc
Lectures by Professional / Industrial Expert be organized from any of
the following areas:
Data Mining
SAP
Neural network
Software project Management
Wi-fi Technology
Any other suitable topic
14
Information Search :
1. Buying of a new computer (cost, make, model etc.).
2. Comparison of .different computer architectures
3. Software security
4. Video conferencing
5. XML
6. Any other suitable topic
Group Discussion :
The students should discuss in group of six to eight students and write a
brief report on the same as a part of term work. The topic group discussions
may be selected by the faculty members. Some of the suggested topics are
Hacking
Computer virus
Chatting on Net
Working BPO
Software piracy
Computer gaming
Any other suitable topic
Student Activities :
The students in a group of 3 to 4 will perform any one of the following
activities (other similar activities to be considered), and write a report as
part of term work.
Activity :
Collect information from Computer repairing center (at which level
repairing is done, cost).
Collect information regarding latest requirement for a job from any
industry
22
16
Total
177
12
16
80
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