Post Graduate Diploma In E-Commerce

burgerraraSoftware and s/w Development

Nov 18, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

65 views


1














DETAILED SYLLABUS



FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION



Post Graduate Diploma

(One Year, Semester System)




Post Graduate Diploma In E
-
Commerce




















2

FIRST SEMESTER



PGDE
-
110


COMPUTER CONCEPTS AND FUNDAMENTALS


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

U
niversity Examination : 70 Marks

Total Marks




: 100

Continuous Internal Assessment : 30 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%



A)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SETTERS





The question paper will consist of 4 sections A, B, C, D. Sections A, B, C wi
ll have 2
questions from the respective sections of the syllabi and will carry 20% marks each.
Section D will have 10
-
15 short answer type questions, which will cover the entire
syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.


B)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS

The students shall need to answer one question each from sections A, B, C of the paper.
They shall have to answer the entire section D.


SECTION A

Simple model of a Computer
-
Identifying component and their functions. Historical
development of computing d
evices, Generations of Computers, Limitations and
capabilities of computers. Concepts about Hardware, Software, Memory, Machine
Language, Assembly Language, High Level Languages, Different types of memories,
Primary and Secondary storage devices, Input an
d Output devices, Types of floppy
diskettes and printers.


SECTION B

Needs of the different number system, Binary, Octal, Hexadecimal numbers System,
Fixed and Floating point representation, Integer and Floating point arithmetic, conversion
from one number

system to another, BCD, ASCII and EBCDIC codes, Error
conversation & detection codes, Problem solving with digital computers, Problem
Analysis with Examples Algorithms, Pseudo Codes, Flowcharts.


SECTION C

Networks
-
Uses, Categories & Topologies. Applicat
ion Software, Operating System
-
User
Interface, Resource Management, Utility Software. Feature of Word Processing, Desktop
Publishing, Spreadsheets & Basics of Database Management.


References:

1. Grover, P.S.: Computer Fundamentals and Problem solving (A
llied Publishers, New


Delhi)

2. Danhofm J.K.: Computing System Fundamentals and L.C. (Addison
-
Wesley).

3. Introduction to computers by Peter Norton Tata Mc Graw
-
Hill Publishing Company


Ltd.

4. Using Information Technology by Williams Sawyer Irw
in/Mc
-
Graw Hill.







3

PGDE
-
120



OFFICE AUTOMATION PACKAGES


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 35 Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Internal Assessment : 15 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%





A) INSTRUCTIONS FOR P
APER SETTERS


The question paper will consist of 4 sections A, B, C & D. Sections A, B & C will have 2
questions from the respective sections of the syllabi and will carry 20% marks each.
Section D will have 10
-
15 short answer type questions, which will co
ver the entire
syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.




B) INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS


The students shall need to answer one question each from sections A, B & C of the Paper.
They shall have to answer the entire section D.


SECTION A

Windows
2000:
-

Windows concepts, features, windows structure, desktop, taskbar, start
menu, my computer, Recycle Bin, Windows Accessories. System Tools, communication,
Sharing Information between Programs.


SECTION B

Word Processing: MS Word:
-

Introduction to Wor
d Processing, Interface Toolbars,
Ruler, Menus, Keyboard Shortcut, Editing a Document, Previewing documents, Printing
documents, Formatting Documents, Checking the grammar and spelling, Formatting via
find and replace, Using the Thesaurus, Using Auto Corr
ect, Auto Complete and Auto
Text, word count,Hyphenating,Mail merge, Mailing labels wizards and Templates,
Handling Graphics, tables and charts, Converting a word document into various formats.


SECTION C

Worksheets: MS EXCEL


Creating worksheets, enterin
g data into worksheet, heading
information, data, text, dates, alphanumeric, values, saving & quitting worksheet,
Opening and moving around in an existing worksheet, Toolbars and Menus, Keyboard
shortcuts, Working with single and multiple workbook, Working

with formulas & cell
referring, Formatting of worksheet.


References:

1.

Program design by Peter Juliff of PHI Publications.

2.

Learn C by Abolrous of BPB Publications.

3.

Office 2000 by Michael & Russell, BPB Publications

4.

Office 2000 by Stephen Nelson, Tat McGraw

-

Hill








4





PGDE
-
120 P


OFFICE AUTOMATION PACKAGES


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 35 Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Internal Assessment : 15 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%




The laboratory course wil
l comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory classes of
the same course i.e. PGDE
-
120.



5




PGDE
-
130



PROGRAMMING IN JAVA


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 35 Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Interna
l Assessment : 15 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%





A) INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SETTERS


The question paper will consist of 4 sections A, B, C & D. Sections A, B & C will have 2
questions from the respective sections of the syllabi and will carry 20% marks
each.
Section D will have 10
-
15 short answer type questions, which will cover the entire
syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.




B) INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS


The students shall need to answer one question each from sections A, B & C of the
Paper.
They shall have to answer the entire section D.


SECTION A

Introduction to Object Oriented Programming, Introduction to Java, The Java Language
-

Data Types, Variables, Arrays, Operators, Conditions, Loops, Exception Handling, String
Handling.


SECTI
ON B

Applet Programming, Event Handling in Java Applets, Multi Threading, File Handling.


SECTION C


Retrieving and Storing Information from Database, Database Connectivity With Java
Applications, JDBC.


References:

1.

Complete Java 2 by Herbert Schildt, Tata

McGraw Hill.

2.

Programming with Java
-

A Primer by E. Balaguruswamy.




6


PGDE
-
130 P



PROGRAMMING IN JAVA


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 35 Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Internal Assessment : 15 Marks

Mini
mum Pass Marks : 40%



The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory classes of
the same course i.e. PGDE
-
130




7


PGDE
-
140


INTERNET AND WEB DESIGNING


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 35
Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Internal Assessment : 15 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%






A) INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SETTERS


The question paper will consist of 4 sections A, B, C & D. Sections A, B & C will have 2
questions from the respect
ive sections of the syllabi and will carry 20% marks each.
Section D will have 10
-
15 short answer type questions, which will cover the entire
syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.




B) INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS


The students shall need to an
swer one question each from sections A, B & C of the Paper.
They shall have to answer the entire section D.


SECTION A

Internet Basics, Domain Name System, World Wide Web, Internet Browsers, Internet
Explorer 5, Web
-
based E
-
Mails.


SECTION B

Outlook Expres
s, Advanced E
-
Mail configuration, Using search engines, E
-
Mail, Mail
transfer Protocol, FTP sites, Telnet, HTTP, Multimedia sites and Chatting.


SECTION C

Basics of Web designing & HTML, HTML elements: Block level and Text level
elements, Frames, Adding Ja
va elements, Web editors, Creating graphics, Web server.


References:

1.

Internet with Web Page/Web Site Design bible by Brian & Keith

IDG Books India (P) Ltd.















8


PGDE
-
140 P



INTERNET AND WEB DESIGNING


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Ex
amination : 35 Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Internal Assessment : 15 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%



The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory classes of
the same course i.e. PGDE
-
140



9

SECOND SEMESTER


PGDE
-
210



PRINCIPLES OF E
-
COMMERCE


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 70 Marks

Total Marks




: 100

Continuous Internal Assessment : 30 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%



A)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SETTERS





The question paper will consist of 4 sections A, B, C, D. Sections A, B, C will have 2
questions from the respective sections of the syllabi and will carry 20% marks each.
Section D will have 10
-
15 short answer type questions, which will cover the enti
re
syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.


B)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS

The students shall need to answer one question each from sections A, B, C of the paper.
They shall have to answer the entire section D.


SECTION A

Overview of E
-
Commerce, Imp
act of E
-
Com on Business Models,


Business Strategy in an electronic age


Value Chain, Supply Chains, Porters Value
Chain Model, Competitive Strategy & Porters Model.

E
-
Com


Security Of Data, Transaction Processing Integrity, Cryptography Issues,
Electro
nic Agreements & Digital Signatures.

Electronic Markets


A brief Overview, Advantage and Disadvantages.


SECTION B

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI).

Introduction, Definition & Benefits Of EDI.

Risk of Insecure Systems to Customers and Selling Agents.

Dis
aster Recovery Plans.

UN/EDIFACT standard.

Internet & Extranets for Electronic Commerce.


SECTION C

Concepts of Active Server pages

E
-
Commerce Payment Mechanisms
-

SET Protocol , SET vs SSL.

Electronic Checks


FSTC’s Electronic Check & FSTC’s BIPS specifi
cation.

Intelligent Agents


Definition & Capabilities. Business to Business Transactions.

Elements of E
-
com


e
-
Visibility, e
-
shop & online payments.


References:

1. Electronic Commerce
-

Greenstein , Freeman.Tata McGraw Hill

2. Electronic Commerce
-

The
Cutting Edge of Business
-

Kamlesh K Bajaj ,


Debjani Nag. Tata McGraw Hill

3. Electronic Commerce
-

Strategy, Technologies & Applications.


David


Whiteley, Tata McGraw Hill


10


PGDE
-
220




DBMS


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examinatio
n : 35 Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Internal Assessment : 15 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%




A) INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SETTERS


The question paper will consist of 4 sections A, B, C & D. Sections A, B & C will have 2
questio
ns from the respective sections of the syllabi and will carry 20% marks each.
Section D will have 10
-
15 short answer type questions, which will cover the entire
syllabus uniformly and will carry 40% marks in all.




B)

INSTRUCTIONS FOR STUDENTS


The studen
ts shall need to answer one question each from sections A, B & C of the Paper.
They shall have to answer the entire section D.


SECTIONA

Introduction to DBMS:

Overview, file systems versus DBMS, advantages of DBMS,
describing and storing data in a DBMS

The

Entity
-
Relationship model:

Overview of database design, Entities, attributes, and
entity sets, relationships and relationship sets, Conceptual database design with the ER
model.


The Relational model:

Introduction to the Relational model, Integrity constr
aints,
Relational Algebra



SECTION B

File organization and indexes
: Cost Model, comparison of three
-
file organization,
overview of indexes

Tree
-
Structured indexing:
Indexed sequential access method, Overview of B+ trees

Hash
-
based indexing
: Static, linear

hashing


SECTION C

Schema refinement and normal forms:
Introduction to Schema refinement, Functional
dependencies, Normal forms, decomposition, multivalued dependencies

Security:
Introduction to database security, Access control

Concurrency

Control
: Lock
based concurrency control, lock management, Data
Recovery


References:

1.

Database Management Systems by Raghu Ramakrishnan & Johannes Gehrke.
McGraw
-
Hill

2.

Database System Concepts by Abraham & Henry F. Korth


McGraw
-
Hill



11


PGDE
-
220 P




DBMS


Maximum Time



: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 35 Marks

Total Marks




: 50


Continuous Internal Assessment : 15 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%



The laboratory course will comprise of exercises on what is learnt in the theory classes of
the s
ame course i.e. PGDE
-
220.





12



PGDE
-
230 P




PROJECT


Maximum Time


: 3 Hrs.

University Examination : 140 Marks

Total Marks




: 200

Continuous Internal Assessment : 060 Marks

Minimum Pass Marks : 40%




1.

Students are supposed

to spend 45
-
55 hours on the project. The internal teacher
must monitor progress of the Project. Students can arrange the project at their own
level, however, Institute can also assist in getting the project and can issue
necessary letters etc.


2.

The ext
ernal examiner will distribute marks allocated for University examination
for viva/project report and for any other activity, which the external examiner
thinks to be proper.


Maximum Marks for Project Application

60%

Max marks for Viva




40%



3.

Joint
projects will be allowed and joint project reports will also be accepted. The
students should highlight their contributions in a joint project report.


4.

The students have to submit two copies of Project reports. The examiners will
evaluate these reports on
the spot at the time of examination and will conduct the
viva.