Admission in bca in patna nbcpatna

Bachelor of Computer Application


To develop and equip the students with essential knowledge and skill in order to develop expertise in the key areas of computing services and information technology. Students will be familiarized with the concepts of computer science and its various applications. It is a training based program which will develop practical skill to enable them to become solution provider.


10+2 or its relevant examination passed candidates with minimum 45% of Marks in the aggregate, preference will be given the candidate having English and Mathematics as a subject in +2 examination.


Three year degree program consist of three academic years each divided into two semesters of six month duration.

Fee Structure

  • The Course will be conducted on self-finance basis.
  • SC/ST candidates will be allowed 20% concession in tuition fee.
  • The fee may be revised by the college in changing circumstances.
  • Beside the above noted fee and charges, each candidate appearing in the University examination will be required to pay the prescribed examination fee to the college for each examination.

Course Syllabus


  • PAPER I : Introduction to Information Technology
    Section—1: Computer Fundamentals; Block structure of a computer, characteristics of computers, generation of computers, and classification of computers. Number System: Bit, byte, binary, decimal, hexadecimal, and octal number systems, conversion from one system to the other, Binary Arithmetic: Addition, subtraction and multiplication. Representation of Information: Integer and floating point representation, Complement schemes, Character codes (ASCLL, EBCDIC, BCD, Excess-3 Grey). Section-2: Elements of a computer processing system: Hardware –CPU storage devices and media, VDU, input output devices, data communication equipment. Software-system software, application software. Programming Languages: classification, machine code, assembly language, higher level language, and fourth generation languages. Section-3: Operating system: Batch, multi-programming, time sharing, multi procession, PC operating system, network operating system, on-line and real time operating system Computer Network and Communication; devices, physical communication media, network protocol. (TCP/IP.) Internet and its Application; E-mail, Telnet, FTp, World Wide WEB.Internet chatting. Range of application; Scientific, Business, educational, weather forecasting, and remote sensing, planning, multilingual applications, management information, decision support system, inventory control, medical, industrial control, banks, railways, etc. References Books: - 1.”Computer Fundamentals”- B. Ram, Wiley Publication 2. “Fundamentals of Computers”- V. Rajaraman, PHI 3. “Introduction to information technology” – TL education solution limited pearson Relations: Basis definitions, graphs of relations, properties education. 4. “Computer fundamentals” – P.K. Sinha
  • PAPER II : Computer Mathematical Foundation
    Section-1: Sets and Relations Definitions: Definition of sets, subjects, complement of a set, universal set, intersection and union of sets, De-Morgan’s laws, Cartesian products, Equivalent set, Countable and uncountable sets, minset, partitions of sets, Relations: Basic definitions, graphs of relations, properties of relations. Section-2: Introduction of a Matrix, its different kinds, addition and scalar multiplication, multilplication of matrices, transpose etc. Squar matrices inverse and rank of a square matrix, solving simultaneous equations using Gauss elimination, Gauss Jorden Methods, Matrix inversion method. Section-3: Algebra of logic, propositions, connective, Tautologies and contradiction, Equivalence and implication, principle of Mathematical induction, quantifiers. Graphs: A general introduction, simple and multi graphs, directed and undirected graphs, Eulerien and Hamiltonian Graphs, shortest path algorithms, Chromatic number, Bipartite graph, graph coloring. References Books:-1. “Engineering Mathematics”-(Vol.-1&2) S.S Sastry, PHI. 2. “Degree level set Theory” – Das Gupta & Prasad, Bharti Bhawan 3. “Degree level Matrics” - Das Gupta & Prasad, Bharti Bhawan 4. “Advance set theory & Boolean algebra” – K.K. Jha 5. “Graph theory” – Narsingh Deo
  • PAPER III : Communication & Soft Skills
    Essentials of Grammar: Parts of speech, punctuation, Vocabulary Building, phonetics. Office Management: Types of Correspondence, Receipt and Dispatch of Mail, Filling systems, Classification of Mail. Role& Function of Correspondence MIS, Managing Computer. Letter & Resume Writing: Types of letters-Formal / informal, importance and function, Drafting the Applications, elements of structure, preparing the Resume, Do’s & Don’ts of Resume, Helpful Hints. Presentation Skills; Importance of Presentation Skills, Capturing Data, Voice & Picture integration, Guidelines to make Presentation interesting, Body Language, Voice M0dulation, Audience Awareness, Presentation Plan, Visual Aids, Forms of Layout, Styles of Presentation. Interview:Types of interview, preparing for the interviews, Attending the interview, interview process, Employers Expectations, General Etiquette, Dressing Sense, Postures & Gestures. Group Discussion & Presentation: Definition, Process, Guidelines, Helpful Expressions, Evaluation (Note; every student shall be given 15 minutes of presentation time& 45 minutes of discussion on his / her presentation) The student will be evaluated on the basis of : 1)His/her presentation style 2)Feedback of Faculty & Students
  • PAPER IV : Practical paper
    Practical paper of Semester I


  • PAPER V: Programming in “C” Language
    Section –1: Introduction to operating system its need and operating system services: Operating system classification single user, multi user, simple batch processing, Multiprogramming, multitasking, parallel systems, Distributed system, Real time system. Process Management: Process concept, process scheduling, threads, overview of inter process communication, CPU scheduling: Basic concepts, Scheduling Criteria, Scheduling nalgorithms. Section-2: Memeory Management; Logical versus Physical address space, Swapping , Partition, paging and segmentation. Virtual Memeory: Demand paging, page replacement algorithms, Allocation algorithms, thrashing. File Management: File concept, access methods, and Directory structure—single level, two lever, tree structures, acrylic graph and general graph directory, file protection. Allocation methods: Contiguous, linked and index allocation, free space management. Section—3: Device Management; Disk structure, dist scheduling, FCFS scheduling, SSTF scheduling, SCAN scheduling, C-Scan scheduling, Selecting Disk Scheduling Algorithms Deadlock; Deadlock characteristics, Prevention , Avoidance, Detection and Recovery, critical section, synchronization hardware, semaphores, combined approach to deadlock handling, : Mechanism and Policy, domain of protection, access matrix. Security;Authentication Program threats. System Threats, and Encryption. Reference Books: 1.“Operating System Principles” – A. Silberschatz, P.Galvin & G. Gange, Wiley India 2. “Operating System ‘’ –A.S. Tannenbaum, Pearson Education 3. “ Operating System”- W.Stalling, Pearson Education 4. “Operating systems”- A.S. godbole, TMH
  • PAPER VI: Operating Systems
    Section-1: Sets and Relations Definitions: Definition of sets, subjects, complement of a set, universal set, intersection and union of sets, De-Morgan’s laws, Cartesian products, Equivalent set, Countable and uncountable sets, minset, partitions of sets, Relations: Basic definitions, graphs of relations, properties of relations. Section-2: Introduction of a Matrix, its different kinds, addition and scalar multiplication, multilplication of matrices, transpose etc. Squar matrices inverse and rank of a square matrix, solving simultaneous equations using Gauss elimination, Gauss Jorden Methods, Matrix inversion method. Section-3: Algebra of logic, propositions, connective, Tautologies and contradiction, Equivalence and implication, principle of Mathematical induction, quantifiers. Graphs: A general introduction, simple and multi graphs, directed and undirected graphs, Eulerien and Hamiltonian Graphs, shortest path algorithms, Chromatic number, Bipartite graph, graph coloring. References Books:-1. “Engineering Mathematics”-(Vol.-1&2) S.S Sastry, PHI. 2. “Degree level set Theory” – Das Gupta & Prasad, Bharti Bhawan 3. “Degree level Matrics” - Das Gupta & Prasad, Bharti Bhawan 4. “Advance set theory & Boolean algebra” – K.K. Jha 5. “Graph theory” – Narsingh Deo
  • PAPER VII: Computer System Architecture
    Section—1: Logic gates, flip flop, Registers, Counters, adder, subtractor, MUX and DEMUX, encoder- Decoder Computer organization and design: Instruction codes, op-code, computer registers, computer instructions, timing and control, instruction cycle, memory reference instructions. CPU: Stack organization, instruction formats and addressing modes program control, types of interrupts. Section-2: Control Memeory, Micro programming vs Hardwired control unit, Overview of RISC/SC/SISC, I/O and their brief description, I/O, processing, Bug interface, date transfer techniques, I/O interrupts, channels. Section—3: Memory system storage technologies, Memory hireachary, Memory management , Main and Auxiliary memory, Associative, Virtual and cache memory. Reference Books: 1”Computer System architecture” – M.M. Mano, (PHI) Pearson education. 2. “Computer Architecture & Organization”- J.P Hayes, McGraw- Hill International education 3.” Structured Computer Organization”- A.S. Tannenbaum, (PHI) Pearson education. 4. “ Computer Organization & Architecture”-W. Stalling, (PHI) Pearson Education
  • PAPER VIII : Practical Paper
    Practical Paper of 2nd semester


  • PAPER IX Programming in C++
    Section—1 Evolution of OOP,OOP paradigm, advantages of OOP, Comparison between functional programming and OOP Approach, characteristics of object oriented language – objects, classes, inheritance, reusability, user defined data types polymorphism, overloading. Introduction to C++, identifier and keywords, constants, c++ operators, type conversion, Variable declaration, statements expressions, features of ios tream. Hand iomanip. He , input and out put, conditional expression, loop statements, breaking control statement. Section-2: Defining function, types of functions, storage class specifiers, recursion, pre-processor, header files and standard functions, arrays, pointer arithmetic’s structures, pointers and structures, union, bit, fields typed enumerations. Classes, member functions, objects, arrays of class objects, pointers and classes, nested classed, constructors, destructors, inline member functions, static class member, friend functions, dynamic memory allocation. Section-3: Inheritance, single inheritance, types of bases classes, types of derivations, multiple inheritance, container classes, member access control function overloading, operator overloading, polymorphism early binding, polymorphism with pointers, virtual functions, late binding, pure virtual functions, file operations structures and file operations, classes and file operations, random access file processing. Reference Books; 1.” Programming in C++- D. Ravichandran, TMH 2. “Objected Oriented Programming with C++ “- E. Balguraswamy, TMH 3. “The C++ programme language”- Bjame Stroustrup Addision- Wesely Publication Co. (Pearson Education) 4. Object Oriented Programming in Turbo C++’’- Robort Lafore, Galgotia Publications 5. ‘’Programming in C ++ - Dewhurst & Stark 6. ‘’Mastering C++’’ – Venugopal, Ravishankar,Rajkumar 7. Object oriented programming with ANSI C++ & Turboc C++ - A.N.Kamthane-Pearson Education
  • PAPER X : Systems Analysis and Design
    Section-1-: System: Definition, characteristics elements and types of system Development life cycle, Role of system analyst, intial investigation, Feasibility study- Technical, economic and behavioral feasibility, cost and Benefit analysis. Section-2: Systems Analysis: Problem Definition requirements, gathering toots, Tools of structured analysis—Data flow Diagrams, Data Dictionary, decision Tree, Decision tables and structured English. System Design: structured Design, input, and output design, from design. File Organization: Sequential indexed Sequential, Chaining and inverted list organization. Section-3: System Testing; Test plan and data, types of system test. System implementation: implementation plan, activity network for conversion, combating resistance to change . Hardware/ Software Selection: procedure for selection, Major phases in. selection, Make v/s buy decision, criteria for software selection. Reference Books: 1. ‘’ System Analysis & Design Methods’’ – Whiten, Bestley& Barlow, Galgotia Publications 2. ‘’ System Analysis & Design’’- Award M. Elias 3. ‘’ Introductory System Analysis & Design’’- Lee 4. ‘’ An integrated Approach To Software Engineering’’—P. Jalota, narosa Publishing House 5. ‘’ System Analysis & Design’’- Sen, A james
  • PAPER XI: Data structures
    Section—1:Basic concepts and notations data structures and data structure operations, mathematical notation and functions, algorithmic complexity and time space trade off. Basic data structures such as arrays, stack and queues and their applications, linked and sequential representation, linked list, representation of linked list, representation of linked list, multi linked structures. Section-2: Trees- definitions and basic concepts, linked tree representation, representations in contiguous storage, binary trees,binary tree traversal, searching insertion and deletion in binary trees, heap tree and heap sort algorithm, AVL trees. Section-3: Graphs and their application, sequential and linked representation of graph—adjacency matrix, operations on graph, traversing graph, Dijkstra’s algorithm for shortest distance, DFS and BFS, hashing Searching and sorting, Linear and Binary search, insertion sort, selection sort, Merge sort, Radix Bubble sort, Quick sort Heap Sort. Reference Books : 1. ‘’ Data structures Using C’’-A tanenbaum, Y. Langhasam & A.J. Augestein, (PHI) Pearson Education 2. “Theory & Practices of Data Structures’’—Seymour Libschultz, McGraw-Hill 3. ‘’ Data structures’’,- E. Horowitz & S. Sahni, Galgotia publications 4. ‘’ Data structures Using C’’- b baluja, dhanpat Rai publications 5. “Data structures & Algorithims’’—Aho, Pearson Educations
  • PAPER XII: Practical Paper
    Practical Paper of 3rd semester


  • PAPER XIII: Data Communication & Computer Networks
    Section-1:Introduction to data communication, analog Vs Digital Communication, Fourier Analysis, Band Width limitation, data rate of a channel, Error detection and correction: nature of errors, parity check, CRC, hamming code, Modulation: Multiplexing : SDM, TDM STDM. Introduction of computer networks and application: network hardware, network software Section-2: OSI reference model, TCP/P Reference model, network standardization, Physical Layer: circuit switching, packet switching, message switching, terminal handling, telephone system, modems, connections, transmission media. Data link layer: Design issues, elementary data link protocols-sidling window protocol, HDLC/SDLC, ALOHA, CSMA/CD, token passing, IEEE standard 802 LAN and WAN. Section-3: Network layer: design, Routing algorithms: shortest path routing, flooding, distance vector routing, flow based routing, Congestion control algorithms: bucket, token bucket, internet working, the network layer in the internet lP address. Transport layer; design, elements of transport protocol, addressing establishing& releasing a connection management. Reference Books: 1. ‘’ Data Computer Communication”- Maxawell William stalling, Macmillan International edition. 2. “ Data Communication & networking”- A. Forouzan, TMH 3. “Computer Networkins”- A.S Tarenbaum acdrew, (PHI) Pearson education) 4. “Computer Networks” kundu. Phi 5. “ Computer Networks” – Rowe- (PHI) Pearson Education
  • PAPER XIV: Relation Data Base Management System
    Section-1: Overview of DBMS, Basic DBMS terminology, data independence, Architecture of a DBMS, Distributed databases, structure of distributed database, design of distributed databases. Introduction to data models: object entity relationship, model, and Hierarchical model: from network to hierarchical, relational model, object oriented database, object relational database, comparison of OOD& ORD, comparison of network, hierarchical and relational models. Section-2: Relational Model: storage organizations for relations, relational algebra, relational calculus, functional dependencies, multivalued dependencies, and normalization. Section-3: Relational query language: SQL, database integrity, security, concurrency, recovery, client/ server architecture, and technical introduction to oracle Reference Books:- 1.” An introduction to Database systems”- C.J. Date, Narosa Publishers. (Pearson education) 2. “Database system concepts “ Henery F.Korth, Mc Graw Hill 3. “ Data Base Management”- Leon & Leon 4. “Data Base Management System”- elmasr and Navathe
  • PAPER XV: VB.Net
    Section-1: Introduction TO Net: Introduction to net, the origin of net: the framework : key design goal: common language runtime: Simpler Faster development: tool support: scalability: metadata: Namespaces: Development and Execution: Net Framework Base Classes: Inside the Net class framework: system Namespaces: the system types: system object class: system exception Class: system. Consoble Applications: Program interfaces Web services. XML as Net “Meta language” Introduction to CLR : Common Runtime and type System: the Anatomy of Net Applications: Assembly: module: Type: common type System: Custom types, introduction to visual Basic Net: visual Basic Net as a Visual Basic Net as a Programming language. Section-2: Understanding the development environment: the Net framework: the visual studio start page: Creating and Opening project: Understanding Solutions: visual Studio Network area: Understanding window Behaviour: Designing Visual Components: Using the task list: Customising the IdE. Event procedures, properties and controls: Event procedure-Using the IDE to create an Event procedure, Writing code inside the Event Procedure, Viewing and changing properties: adding controls to the form: the Toolbox: Changing the size, location using from Designer Visual Basic Programming Fundamentals: Declaring and naming variables; Naming conventions: Changes to the Dim statement Arithmetic Operators: Division operators: operator precedence: Comparison and logical operators: Assignment Operator: the location of the Assignment Statement: the Left. Section 3: Controlling the flow of your program: Understanding the if statements: Using multiple Commands with an if Block: working with false condition: working Multiple if statements: Using Boolean logic in if condition: Using select case: Working with loops and loops: Do loops, Arrays: Declaring an array: Useful array functions: Resizing an array: Managing program tasks with procedures: types of procedures: working with sub procedure: executing a procedure: Passing data to a procedure with arguments, working with function procedures: understanding scope and Accessibility: Users interface: Massage boxes: Dialog boxes: Menus and Toolbars: creating menu: context Menu: adding tool barsand buttons: Defining and icon for a toolbar button: Adding functionality and debugging: Structured Exception Handling: the try.. Catch.. Finally statement, Reference Books:- 1.” Visual Basic Net”- Chavan, Pearson education 2. “VB. NET Programming Black Book”- S. Holzner, Dreamtech 3. “ Mastering VB. Net”- E. Petroutsos, BPB bublication. 4.” Introduction to Net Framework- Wrox Publication
  • PAPER XVI: Practical Paper
    Practical Paper of 4th semester


  • Paper-XVII Software Engineering
    Section-1: Software: Characteristics, Components, Applications, software Process, S/W Process Models: Waterfall, spiral, prototyping, Fourth generation techniques, concepts of Project Management, Role of Metrics and Measurement, S/W Sizing, Problem Based estimation, Process Based Estimation, Cost estimation Models: COCOMO Model. The S/W Equation. Section-2: Software: Principles of Structured Analysis, requirement, analysis, characteristics and components of SRS, DFD, Entity Relationship Diagram, Data Dictionary. S/W Design: objectives, Principles, Concepts, Design Mythologies: Data Design, Architecture Design, Procedural Design, object- Oriented Concepts. Section-3: Testing Fundamentals: Objectives, Principles, Testability, Test cases: white Box & Black box Testing, Testing strategies: Verification & validation, Unit testing, Integration Testing Validation Testing, system Testing, Reference Books;- 1.’’ Software Engineering concept’’- R.E. Fairely, Mc Graw- Hill 2. ‘’ An Integrated approach to software Engineering’’-P. Jalota Narosa Publishing house. 3.’’ System Analysis & design Methods’’- Whitten, Bestley7 Barlaw, galgotia Publications. 4. Software Engineering- a Practitioners Approach” – Roger S. Pressman Mc graw- hill 5.” Software engineering”- sommerville Pearson Education.
  • Paper-XVIII Computer Graphics
    Section-1 Graphics Hardware: The functional characteristics of the systems are Emphasized, Input Device: Keyboard, Touch panel, light pens, Graphic Tablets, joysticks, Trackball, Data Glove, Digitizer, image, Scanner, mouse, Voice systems. Hard copy devices: Impact& Nun-impact printers, line printer, Dot Matrix printer, laser, ink-jet printer, electrostatic, Flatbed & Drum Plotters. Video Display Devices: Refresh cathode-Ray tube, raster scan displays, color CRTDRT- monitor, direct view storage tube, flat panel displays, color CRTDRT- monitor, direct view storage tube, Flat panel displays 3-d Viewing Devices, Virtual Reality, Raster scan Systems, Random scan systems, Graphic monitors and Workstation. Section—2 :Scan conversion Algorithm, Area Filling Techniques, Character Generation. 2-Dimensional Graphics; Cartesian and Homogenous Co-Ordinates Systems, Geometrical Transformation (Translation, Scaling, Rotation, Reflection, Shearing), Two Dimensional Viewing Transformation and Clipping (Line, polygon and Text) Section-3: 3- Dimensional Graphics; Geometrical Transformation (Translation, Scaling, Rotation, Reflection, Shearing,) hidden line & Surface Removal Algorithms, Z- Buffer, scan- line, Sub Division, Shading; Modeling Light Intensities: Diffuse Reflection, Refracted Light, Half toning. Surface Shading/ Rendering Methods Constant intensity Method, Ground Shading, phong Shading. Reference Books:- 1. ‘’ Computer Graphics’’- D. Hearn & M. P. Baker, (PHI) Pearson Education 2. ‘’ Introduction to computer Graphics’’- J.D. Foley A. V. Dam, S.K. feiner. J.F. Huges, R.L. Phillips, Addisson-Wesley publication company (pearson education)
  • Paper-XIX Java Programming
    Section-1:Fundamentals of object- oriented programming: Introduction; Object-Oriented Paradigm; Basic Conepets of Object- Oriented Programming, Objects and classes, Data abstraction and encapsulation , Inheritance, Polymorphism etc. Java Evolution;- Java History Java Features (Complied and interpreted, platform-independent and portables, Object-orientd, Robust and secure, Distributed Simple, small and familiar, Multithreaded and interactive, High performance, Dynamic and extensible): How java Differs from C and C ++ (Java and C, Java and C, Java and C++): Java and Internet, Java and world wide web, web browsers support systems, java environment (Java development kit, java standard library). Java Classes: types of classes, scope rules, Access modifiers, instantiating objection of a classes, calling methods, packages & interfaces, The String class, java control statements, Operators, Arrays & Vectors. Section-2: Programming in Java: Java application, Applets & Servlets Java Applets: Life Cycle of Applets, Adding Applets to HTML File: Running the Applet basic Containers, Buttons, User Interface Components ( Buttons,Text Fields, Text Areas, Check Boxes, Radio Buttons, J-applet etc.) layouts & Layout managers, Using Dialogs, j-option Pane class, input Dialogs Boxes, Timers & Sliders, Progress Bars, Tables. Event Handling: event delegation approach, Action Listener, Adjustment Listener, Mouse Listener and Mouse Motion Listener, window Listener, Key Listener, change listener, Caret listener. Managing Errors And Exceptions: Introduction: Types of Errors (compile- time error, Runtime error); Exceptions: Syntax of exception Handling Code: Multiple Catch Statements: Using finally Statement: Creating User defined Exceptions Java I/O Handling: I/O file handling (Input Stream, File Input Stream File Output Stream, Data l/P and O/P stream, Buffered l/P and O/ P stream, File class, Reader and writer streams, Random Access File). Section-3:Multithreading: Overview of Multithreading, The Thread Control Methods, Thread life cycle, Newly created threads, Main thread Creating a thread ( implementing Runnable Interface, extending the Thread Class ), Thread Synchronization, Writing Applets with Threads.Socket Programming: Introduction, TCP/IP Protocol, Ports, Using TCP/IP sockets, Using UDP Sockets.Java Data Base Connectivity (JDBC): JDBC/ ODBC bridge, Driver Manager Class, Java SQL Package (Connection Interface, Statement Interface, Prepared Statement Interface, Result Set Interface, Result Set Meta Data Interface) SQL Exception class. Reference Books:- 1. “ The Complete Reference Java2” – Patrick Naughton & Herbert Schildt TMH 2. “ Programming with Java” – E. Bataguraswamy, TMH 3. “ Programming with Java” – Bhare, Pearson Education. 4. “ Core java ( Vol.-l -l & Vol.- II)” – Horstman, Pearson Education 5. “ Peter Norton Guide to java Programming” – Peter Norton, Techmedia Publication.
  • PAPER XX: Practical Paper
    Practical Paper of 5th semester


  • Paper-XXI Artificial intelligence (Elective -1)
    Sections – 1: Introduction to Al: Definitions, basic Elements of Al; Al application Areas, Introductory Concepts of AI Language PROLOG: Operators, Data Structures, Input & Output, controlling Program flow, strings, and Recursion. Section-2: Knowledge Based systems: knowledge representation, acquisition, organization & manipulation, Basic Components& architecture of Expert systems, ES- Shells, Dealing with uncertainty. Section-3: Natural language Processing: syntactic processing, semantic analysis, Morphological, discourse and pragmatic processing. Reference books:- 1. “Artifical Intelligence”- E. Rich, K. Knight, TMH 2. “Introduction to Artifical Intelligence”- E. Charnaik 7 D. 3. Mcdermott Addision- Wesley Publishing company (Pearson Education) 4. “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence & Expert systems’ Dan. W. Patterson, PHI 5.“ Principles of Artificial Intelligence” – Nils J. Nilson, Narosa Publishing Co. 6. “Artificial Intelligence”- Luger, Pearson Education OR Robotics Engineering (Elective-1) Section-1: Introduction to robotics, Manipulators & Mobile Robots Classification of robots Applications. Industrial application environment and work cells. Feeders and oriented Device Robot Anatomy. Robot and effectors, Transmission and actuators, with special reference to servomotors. Section-2: Robot arm kinematics, world,Tool and joint coordinates, DH transformation and inverse Kinematics. Fundamentals of Closed loop control, PWM amplifiers, PID control and Robotics sensors: Range, Proximity, Touch, Force and Torque Sensing, uses of sensors in Robotics, Machine Vision: introduction to machine Vision, the sensing and digitizing function in Machine Vision, image processing and analysis, Training and vision system, robotic Application, low and High level vision. Section-3: Robot programming and languages and environment: Different methods, features of various programming methods, study, Robot Task planning: concept, deferent methods, robot learning, Mobile Robot: Introduction, obstacle Representatives, Motion Planning in fixed, Changing structured. Reference Books:- 1. “ Robotics engineering” – Fu, TMH
  • Paper-XXII Compiler ( Elective-2)
    Section-1: The Structure of a complier, Phase of a Compiler, compiler Tools, Finite Automata, Regular expressions, conversion from regular Expression to finite Automata. Section-2: Syntax Analysis, Context Free Grammars, Top Down& bottom UP Parsing Techniques. Construction of LR, SLR & LALR Parsers. Syntax Directed Translation & Their implementation. Intermediate Code; postfix Translation, phase trees, Syntax trees. Section-3: Run time Environment Storage Organization, storage Allocation Strategies, Parameter Passing, Symbol Tables, code Generation, Problem in Code generation, A simple Code Generation & Code Optimization: Principle Sources, Loop Optimization, DAG Representation. Reference Books:- 1. Compilers- Principles, Techniques & Tools”- A.V. AHO, M.S. Lam, R. Sethi, J.D. Ullman, Pearson Education . 2. “Concepts of Compiler Design’- A.K.Pandey, S.k. Kataria & Sons. 3. “The Essence of compliers”- Hunter, Pearson Education. OR Advanced Micro Processors systems (Elective-2) Section-1: 8086/8088 Hardware specifications Introduction: Pin out and Pin functions: clock Generator (8284): bus buffering and Latching: Bus timing: READY and Wait state; Minimum mode vs Maximum Mode. Memory Interface: Memory Devices: address Decoding: 8086: 80188 (8-Biot) memory 80816: 802086: 80386* (16-bit) interface: 80486 (32-bit) Memory interface: Pentium and Pentium Pro memory interface: Dynamic ram Section-2 :Introduction to l/O interface: port address decoding: programmable peripheral interface: programmable keyboard: programmable Communication interface; ACD and DAC Converters Interputs Basic interrupt processing; hardware interrupts: Expending interrupt Structure: programmable interrput controller: Direct Memory Access Basic DMA Operations: The 8237 DMA controller; Shared Bus Operations: Disk Memory systems: Video Display Section-3: The 80186, 80188, 80286 Microprocessors 80186/ 80188 architecture, Enhancements, introduction to 80286 the 80386 and 80486 Microprocessors introduction to 80386 microprocessors: special 80386 Registers; 80386 Memory Management: moving to protected Mode: virtual Mode: Memory Paging Mechanism: introduction to 80486 Microprocessors: the Pentium and Pentium pro Micro processors: Special Pentium registers: Pentium memory management: New Pentium Instructions: introduction to Pentium pro Microprocessors; Special Pentium Pro Features. Reference Books;- 1. Advanced microprocessor & Peripherals”- A.K. Ray & K.M bhurchandi, TMH 2. “ Microprocessor”- b. Ram, Microprocessor”- Goankar, Publication 3. ‘’ Micro Processor’’- Ayla, Thomson Press 4. “The Intel Microprocessors” – Brey- 6/e Pearson Education.
  • PAPER XXIII: Practical Paper
    Practical Papers of 6th Semester
  • PAPER XXIV: Project Report
    Project Report