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Author: Parth

Book Code: OBM/19/12/82939

Publisher: Parth Publishers

University: Rajasthan University (RU)

BCA Solved Paper I Year by Parth Publishers Jaipur
**BCA Solved Paper I Year by Parth Publishers Jaipur**

*This Solved Papers is Written in English Language according to syllabus of Rajasthan University. *

*Its also useful for Shekhawati,Matsya, Brij, JNU, MGSU,MDS,Kota,MLSU University Students. *

Subject Covered in Solved Papers-

(1) Elementary Physics

(2) Basic Mathematics

(3) Office Management Tools

(4) Computer Organization

(5) General English

(6) Principals of Programming Language (Through C)

Syllabus of All Subjects

General English

UNIT-I Concepts and Fundamentals: Narration, Active and Passive Modals. Subject Verb. Concord, Meaning of Communication, Importance &scope of Communication, Communication Scope. Essentials of Good Communication. Verbal and Non-verbal communication. Formal and Int Communication. Barriers to communication.

UNIT-II Written Communication : Objectives of written Communication, Merits and dements of written communication, Planning business messages. Writing Letters : Business letters. Office memorandum, Letters: Official & Informal, Sales letters. Letter Styles/Layout

UNIT-III Report Writing : Types of report (Business report & Academic report),Format & Drafting of the report, Essentials of good report writing. Language Skills : Importance of Vocabulary: Choice of words. Common problems with verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, conjunctions, punctuation, prefix, suflix etc.

UNIT-IV Oral Communication : Principles of effective oral communication, Media of oral communication, Advantages of oral communication, Disadvantages of oral communication. Styles of oral communication. Interviews : Importance of Interviews: Art of interviewing. Types of interview, Essential Features, Structure, Guidelines for Interviewer, Guide lines for interviewee. Arts of Listening : Good listening for improved communications, Art of listening, Meaning, nature and importance of listening. Principles of good listening, Barriers in listening. Comprehension.

UNIT V Job Application : Types of application Form & Content of an application, Drafting the application Preparation of resume. Project Presentations : Advantages & Disadvantages. Charts, Distribution of time (presentation, questions & answers, summing up). Visual presentation. Guidelines for using visual aids. Electronic media (power-point presentation)

**Computer Organization**

**UNIT-1**

Computer System History and Architecture development von Neumann machine, Mother Board, System clock, Bus (Data, Address Control), Bus architecture (ISA, MCA, EISA, PCI, AGP). Expansion slots and cards (Network adapter cards. SCSI Card, Sound card. TV tuner card, PC card, Ports (Serial Parallel, AGP, USB hire Wirel, cables (RS 2.12, BIN), Input devices Output devices. Storage devices, rindom versus sequential access formatting, tracks and sector speed storage capacity, Floppy Disk, Ilud Disk tracks, cylinders, scclots, Hard Drive Interfaces Optical Diks. Magnetic tape. Modern (fax/Datay Voice)

**UNIT-II**

Basic building blocks 10, Memory, ALU and its components, Control Unit and its functions Instruction word. Instruction and Execution cycle, branch, skip, jump and shift instruction, Operation of control registers; Controlling of arithmetic operations, Classification of Computers (Workstation, Mainframe, Super Computer, Client Server Computer. Notebook Tablet, Palm Top Computer)

**UNIT-III **

IT Basies of Computer Architecture System Bus and instruction cycles, memory subsystem Organization and interfacing, system buses and instruction cycles, I/O subsystem organization and interfacing. Register transfer language. CPU design: Specifying a CPU design, and implementation of simple CPU(fetching instructions from memory, decoding and executing instructions establishing required data path, Design of ALU, Design of Control Unit and design verification). Design and implementation a simple microprocessor. Feature of Pentium microprocessor

**UNIT IV**

Addressing Techniques: Direct, Indirect Immediate, Relative, Indexed addressing and paging. Registers. Indexed General purpose, Special purpose, overflow.carry, shift scratch Memory Butter register, accumulators, stack pointers, floating point, status information and buffer registers Memory: Main memory, RAM, static and dynamic, ROM, EPROM, EEPROM, EAROM, Cache and Virtual memory

**UNIT-V **

Buses, Interfacing buses, Bus formats - address, data and control, Interfacing keyboard, display auxiliary storage devices and pointers VO cards in personal computers. Introduction to Microprocess and Microcontrollers Introduction to 8085,8086 microprocessor, DMA Controller examples of few instructions to understand addressing techniques Difference between microprocessor and Microcontrollers RISC Vs CICS.

**Basic Mathematics**

**Unit-I **

Functions : Functions, domain & range of a function, types of functions constant, identity, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse- trigonometric, rational, periodic, modulus, signum and greatest integer functions with their graphs. Composite functions, Invertible Functions. Function domain and range, one to one and onto functions, composite functions, inverse of functions. Binary operations.

**Unit-II **

Matrices and Determinant : Definition and Types of Matrices, Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication of Matrices, Non-commutatively of multiplication of matrices and existence of non-zero matrices whose product is the zero matrix(restrict to square matrices of order 2), Scalar Multiplication. Transpose of a Matrix. Determinant of a square matrix (up to 3x3 matrices), properties of determinants, minors, cofactors. expansion of determinants, application of determinants in finding the area of a triangle. Invertible matrices. Adjoint and inverse of a matrix, Solution of system of linear equations by inverse matrix method and Cramer's Rule, EigenValues, Eigen Vectors.

**UNIT III **

Numerical Methods: Floating Point Numbers and its representation. Normalized Floating point number and their arithmetic operations and consequences. Errors in Numbers. Finite Difference methods: The operators E, A and their algebraic properties and relations. Difference Table, Fundamental theorem of difference table. One missing term case. Factorial notion of a polynomial. Concept of Zero Difference. Effect of Error in tabular values. Quadratic Equation: Solution of Quadratic Equations, Nature ol Roots Solution of a quadratic equation by factorization method and Shridharacharya's formula. Relation between the roots of a quadratic equation, formation ol quadratic equation from given roots.

**UNIT-IV **

**Statistics :** Frequency Distribution, Graphical representation of frequency distribution. Mean, Median, Mode and other measures of Central Tendency, Dispersion, Standard Deviations, Variance. Correlation and regression, Measure of Karl Pearson's coefficient of correlation, regression analysis, properties of regression lines.

**UNIT-V **

**Probability:** Factorial notation n!, Combinations and Permutations, Classical approach of Probability- trial & events, exhaustive events, equally likely events, mutually exclusive events, favorable events, independent events. Classical or mathematical definition of probability. Law of addition of probabilities. Multiplication law of probability and conditional probability. Simple problems based on addition and multiplication law of probabilities.

**SYLLABUS**

**Part I (very short answer) consists of 10 questions of two marks each with two questions from each unit. Maximum limit for each question is up to 40 words. Part II (short answer) consists of 5 questions of four marks each with one question from each unit. Maximum limit for each question is up to 80 words. Part III (Long answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.**

**Elementary Physics**

**UNIT-I**

Electric charge, conductors and insulators, Coulomb's Law, quantization and conservation of electric charge, the electric field, electric lines of force and Gauss' Law of electrostatics, electric potential energy, electric potential, energy and electrical power. Capacitors, capacitance, capacitors in series and parallel, capacitors with dielectric. Electric current, resistance, resistivity and conductivity, Ohm's law, electromotive force, series and parallel combination of resistances, current in a single ioop, Kirchoff's current law, Kirchoff's voltage law.

**UNIT-II**

Magnetic field due to a bar magnet, Blot Savrt's law, magnetic field due to a current carrying coil, Force between two parallel currents, Magnetic field inside solenoid and toroid, magnetic flux, Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, magnetic properties of matter, (diamagnetic , paramagnetic, ferromagnetic and ferromagnetic materials), inductance, energy stored in an inductor, LR circuits.

**UNIT-III**

Introduction to Logic and implementation with Logic Gates, Logic functionsNOT, AND, OR NOR, EX-NOR, Truth tables, Boolean Algebra, de Morgan's theorems; Standard forms for logical expressions, sums of products, product of sums specification of logical functions in terms of Minterms and Maxterms, Karnaugh Maps, simplification of logical functions, introduction of "don't care" states, synthesis using only NAND or only NOR gates .

**UNTI-IV**

Combinational Circuits, Multiplexer-ICR74150 and IC 44151, Demultiplexer-IC 74154, Decoder- IC 74139. BCD to Seven Segment De-coder IC 7446/7447 IC 7448/7449 Decimal to BCD Priority Encoder-IC 7447,parity checker-IC 74180 Magnitude Comparator IC 7485

**UNIT-V**

Sequential Circuits: RS Flip Flop, Clocked RS Flip Flop, D Flip Flop, Edge Triggered D Flip Flop, master-salve technology and its advantage, Shift Register as Flip Flop system, IC 7496, UP / DOWN counters, 74 series asynchronous counters, 74 series synchronous counter.

**SYLLABUS**

**Principles & Programming Language **

Part I

(very short answer) consists of 10 questions of two marks each with two questions from each unit. Maximum limit for each question is up to 40 words. Part II (short answer) consists of 5 questions of four marks each with one question from each unit. Maximum limit for each question is up to 80 words. Part III (Long answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

UNIT-I

Basic concepts: of Programming languages, Programming Domains, Language Evaluation criteria and language categories, Evolution of major programming languages. Describing syntax and semantics formal methods of describing syntax, Pseudo code, Design of Algorithm & Flowchart

UNIT-II

Fundamentals of C: History and importance of C, sample programming, basic structure and execution of C programs, constants, variables, and data types and various types of declarations, different type operators and expressions, evaluation of expressions, operator precedence and associability. Managing input and output operations, decision making and branching decision making.

UNIT-III

Iteration: while, do ... while, for loop, nested ioops, break & continue, goto statements. Arrays and Strings: One-dimensional arrays and their declaration and initialization, two-dimensional arrays and their initializations, character arrays (One and Two dimensional), reading and writing strings, string-handling functions.

UNIT-IV

Functions: Need and elements for user-defined functions, definition of functions, return values and their types, function cells and declaration, recursion, parameter passing, passing arrays and strings to functions, the scope, visibility and life time of variables . Understating Pointers: Accessing the address of a variable through its pointer, pointers and arrays, pointers and function arguments, functions returning pointers.

UNIT-V

Structures and Unions: Defining structure, declaring structure variable and accessing structure members, initialization of structure, operation on individual members, and array of structures, union, size of structure. I / O in C: Formatted and Un-formatted 110, file handling (Random, Binary and Sequential).

SYLLABUS

Office Management Tools

Part I (very short answer) consists of 10 questions of two marks each with two questions from each unit. Maximum limit for each question is up to 40 words. Part II (short answer) consists of 5 questions of four marks each with one question from each unit. Maximum limit for each Oquestion is up to 80 words. Part III (Long answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

UNIT-I Introduction to Operating System: Introduction to. Operating system, FAT and NT file systems, file and directory structures and naming rules of files, booting process, system files. Dos Commands (internal & external) Windows 7/8. Windows concept, features. Desktop, Taskbar, Start menu. My Computer, Recycle bin. Windows Acces30ties (Calculator, - Notepad, Paint, Word Pad, Character Map, Windows Explorer,

Entertainment, System Tools, Communication), Sharing information between programs, Smarl devices tools and applications.

UNIT-II MS Word: Word processing, MS-Word featurea, creating saving and opening documents in Word, interface, toolbars, ruler, menus, keyboard shortcut, editing, previewing, printing & formatting a document, advance features of MS Word, find & replace, using thesaurus, mail merge, handling graphics, tables, converting a Word document into various formats like- text, rich text format, Word perfect, etc.

UNIT-III

MS Excel: Worksheet basics, creating worksheet, entering data into worksheet, data, text, existing worksheet, toolbar and menus. Keyboard shortcuts, working with single and multiple workbook, working with formula & cell referencing auto sum, copying formulas, absolute and relative addressing formatting of worksheet, previewing & printing Graphs and Charts, Database, macros, multiple worksheets-concepts.

UNIT-IV

Power Point: Creating and viewing a presentation, managing slide shows, navigating through a presentation, using hyperlinks, advanced navigation with action setting and action buttons, organizing formats with master slides, applying and modifying designs, adding graphics, multimedia.and special effects.

Unit-v

Microsoft Access: Planning a database (tables, queries forms reports), creating and editing database, customizing tables linking tables, designing and using forms, modifying database structure, sorting and indexing database, querying a data and generating reports.

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