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Book Code: OBM/19/12/82941
Publisher: Parth Publishers
University: Rajasthan University (RU)
BCA Solved Papers III Year by Parth Publishers Jaipur

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BCA Solved Papers III Year by Parth Publishers Jaipur

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

Syllabus

Syllabus Note: - Students are advice to match the syllabus and pattern with the syllabus available at university website.

 

Question Paper pattern for Main University Examination

Max. Marks: 100 Time: Three Hours

Part - I (Very Short Answer) Consist 10 questions of each with two marks each with two questions from each unit. Maximum limit for each 20 words.

 

Part - II (Short Answer) consists of 5 questions of four marks each with one question from each unit. Maximum limit for each is upto 80 marks.

Part - III (Long Answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

PHP

UNIT-I

Introduction to PHP: Server Side Scripting vs Clint Side Scripting, Evaluation of PHP, Features of PHP, Basic Syhntax, Variable and constant, Data type, Opertors and Expressions.

UNIT-II

Decision Making: If, Multiple IFs nested IFS, Loops (while m do while, for loop, foreach), nested loops, jumping statement

Array: Numeric, Associative and Multidimensional Arrays

UNIT-III

Strings: Creating and accessing String, searching & Replacing String, Formatting String, String Related Library function, Pattern matching Replacing text. Splitting a string with a Regular Expression Functions: Defining a function, calling a function, parameter passing returning value from function.

UNIT-IV

Form Data Handlings: $ _GET $ _POST, REQUEST Variables cookies handlings, Session Management, URL encryption and security functions.

Exception Handling: Understanding Exception and error, Try, eatch throw.

 

UNIT-V

File Handling: Opening and closing a file. Copying, renaming and deleting a file.

Database Handling: Connection with MySQL Database or ODBC Performing Basic database, operation (Insert, Delete, Update, Select Setting query parameter.

 

Syllabus

Note: Students are advised to match this syllabus and pattern with the syllabus available at university websites.

Question Paper pattern for Main University Examination Max. Marks: 100 Time: Three Hours

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 upto 20 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 upto 80 marks.

Part - III (Long Answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

BCA303: Networking Technologies

UNIT-I

Network architecture, configuring network, network strategies, networks types, LAN, MAN and WAN [basic concepts, line configuration, topology, transmission mode, identify key components of network, categories of network, differentiating between LAN, MAN, WANS and internet].

UNIT-II

The OSI model, the physical layer (bandwidth limited signals, transmission media, wireless transmission), the data link layer, error detection and correction, data link protocols, bridges, the network layer routing algorithm, congestion control algorithm, internet working, the transport layer, the application layer, MAC protocols for high speeds LANs.

UNIT-III

Introduction to TCP / IP (Understand the TCP / IP Protocol Suite, its history and modification processes compare TCP / IP to the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model, Examine a number of TCP / IP applications such as FTP, Telnet, DNS, DHCP, Boot, etc connection less Internet working, IP, IPv6, IP multicasting. Routing protocols, TCP, UDP, SNMP, SMTP and MIME, HTTP.

UNIT-IV

Circuit Switching: Simple switching network, Circuit switching networks, Brief idea of ​​the following (detail working) not required · Circuit switching concepts signaling, Brief idea of ​​SS7. Packet Switching: Packet switching principles, Routing, X.25. Data Encoding: Spread Spectrum. Asynchrous and Synchronous transmission, Full and Half duplex, Interfacing, Functional and Procedural aspects of V.24 .. out the

UNIT-V

Data communication systems, serial data formats, encoded data formats, error detection and correction, information about microwave, information about microwave in communications, satellite, geosynchronous satellites and optical fiber communication [Basic concept of light propagation, Fiber Cables, Optical fiber versus Metallic cable Facilities, Light sources, Optical detectors, Fiber cable losses, SONET, ISDN, DSL.

 

Syllabus

Note: Students are advised to match this syllabus and pattern with the syllabus available at university websites.

Question Paper pattern for Main University Examination Max. Marks: 100 Time: Three Hours

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 upto 20 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 upto 80 marks.

Part - III (Long Answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

 

 

 

 

BCA301: Data Structure

UNIT-I

Introduction to Algorithm Design: Algorithm, its characteristics, efficiency of algorithms, analyzing algorithms and problems.

Linear Structure: Arrays, records, stack, operation on stack, implementation of stack as an array, queue, types of queues, operations on queue, implementation of queue.

UNIT-II

Linked Structure: List representation, Polish notations, operations on linked list- get node and free node operation, implementing the list operation, inserting into an ordered linked list, deleting, circular linked list, doubly linked list, implementation of stack and queues using linked

list.

 

UNIT-III

Tree Structure: concept and terminology, types of trees, binary search tree, inserting, deleting and searching into binary search tree, implementing the insert, search and delete algorithms, tree traversals, Huffman's algorithm.

UNIT-IV

Graph Structure: Graph representation- Adjacency matrix, adjacency list, Warshall's algorithm, adjacency multilist representation. Orthogonal representation of graph, Graph traversals- bfs and dfs. Shortest pa all pairs of shortest paths, transitive closure, and reflexive transitive closure.

UNIT-V

Searching and Sorting: Searching- sequential searching, binary searching, hashing, sorting-selection sort, bubble sort, quick sort, heap sort, merge sort and insertion sort, efficiency considerations.

 

Syllabus

Note: Students are advised to match this syllabus and pattern with the syllabus available at university websites.

Question Paper pattern for Main University Examination Max. Marks: 100 Time: Three Hours

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 upto 20 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 upto 80 marks.

Part - III (Long Answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

 

 

 

 

 

BCA305: E-Commerce

UNIT-I

 Introduction to Electronic Commerce: Definition of Electronic Commerce, The Scope of Electronic Commerce.

Business strategy in an electronic commerce: the value chain, competitive advantage, business strategy.

Business to Business Electronic Commerce: Inter-organizational transactions, Electronic markets, Electronic data interchange (EDI), EDI: the nuts and bolts, EDI and Business Inter organizational E-Commerce.

UNIT-II

Designing (Technical, Detailed, High Level): Introduction to Technical Design and Construction. A Client Server Model of E-Commerce, Understanding Technical Design, Construction, Introduction to Detail Design, High-Level Design, Performing High Level Design, High-Level Design of Business Transactions, Applying High-Level Design with example.

UNIT-III

Testing & Implementation: Introduction to Testing Understanding Testing, Applying Testing. Challenges and Opportunities in Applying Verification and Validation.

Implementation: Understanding Implementation, Applying Implementation Planning. An Example of Applying Implementation Planning. Challenges and Opportunities Implementation Planning.

UNIT-IV

Electronic Payment Systems: Special features required in payment systems, Type of E-payment systems, E-Cash, E-cheque, Credit card, Smart Card, Electronic Purses, E-Marketing, E-Customer Relationship Management, E Supply Chain Management.

Security Issues in E-Commerce: Security risk of E-commerce, Types of threats, Security tools and risk management approach. Cyber ​​laws, Business Ethics.

UNIT-V

Introduction to e-banking: Definition, Transaction websites components, E-Banking support services, Wireless Banking.

E-Banking Risk: Transaction / Operation Risk, Credit Risk, Liquidity / Internet Risk, Price Risk, Strategic Risk, Reputation Risk.

Introduction to M-Commerce: Business using smart devices (Mobile, e-wallet, online shopping and payment system via mobile, security and privacy features), mobile delivery technology, applications of M-commerce. M Wallet, Mobile Shopping.

 

Syllabus

Note: Students are advised to match this syllabus and pattern with the syllabus available at university websites.

Question Paper pattern for Main University Examination Max. Marks: 100 Time: Three Hours

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 upto 20 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 upto 80 marks.

Part - III (Long Answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

 

BCA302: System Design Concepts

UNIT-I

Introduction to Systems Design Environment: System Development Approaches-Function Oriented. Data Oriented, Object Oriented, Development Process, Methods, Tools, Modeling Methods, Processing Types and Systems, Batch Processing, Real-time Processing. System Development Life Cycle, Linear or Waterfall Cycle, Linear cycle phase problem definition, system specification, system design, system development, testing, maintenance problems with Linear Life Cycle, Iterative Cycles, Spiral Model Requirements analysis, Importance of Communication, Identifying Requirements, Data and Fact Gathering Techniques, Feasibility Studies, Introduction to Prototyping, Rapid Prototyping Tools, Benefits of Prototyping.

UNIT-II

System Design: Interface design tools, user interface evaluations, Introduction to Process Modeling, Introduction to Data Modeling. System Design Techniques, Document Flow Diagrams, Documents, Physical Movement of Documents, Usefulness of Document Flow diagram, Data Flow Diagrams, DFD Notation. Context Diagram DFD. leveling, Process description structured English. Decision Trees and

 Decision Tables, Entity Relationship Diagrams, Entities, Attributes, Relationship, Degree, Optionality, Resolving many to many relationship, Exclusive relationship, Structure Charts, Modules, Parameter passing. Execution sequence, Structured Design, Conversion from Data flow Diagrams to Structure Charts.

UNIT-III

Testing fundamentals: Objectives, principles, testability, test cases While box & BLack box testing strategies, verification & validation unit test, integration testing, validation, testing, system testing System implementation, maintenance and documentation, Document configuration Maintaining a configuration.

UNIT-IV

S / W Project planning, Objectives, Decomposition techniques: S / WSizing, Problem-based estimation, Process based estimation, Cost Estimation Models: COCOMO Model, S / W Design: Objectives, Principles, Concepts, Design methodologies Data Design, Architectural Design, procedural design, object oriented concepts.

UNIT-V

An Overview of Management Information System: Definition & Characteristics, Components of MIS, Framework for Understanding MIS: Information Requirements & Levels of Management, Simon's Model of Decision-Making, Structured v / s Unstructured Decisions, Formal v / s Informal Systems. Developing Information Systems: Analysis & Design of Information Systems: Implementation & Evaluation, Pitfalls in MIS Development.

 

Syllabus

Note: Students are advised to match this syllabus and pattern with the syllabus available at university websites.

Question Paper pattern for Main University Examination Max. Marks: 100 Time: Three Hours

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 upto 20 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 upto 80 marks.

Part - III (Long Answer) consists of 5 questions of twelve marks each with one question from each unit with internal choice.

BCA304: Core Java Programming

UNIT-I

Overview of Object Oriented Concepts in Java.

Introduction: Getting and installing the Java Development Kit, Java features like security, portability, byte code, Java virtual machine, object oriented, robust, multithreading, architectural neutral, distributed and dynamic, Java programming language structure and syntax, control statements (The If statement, Logical Operators, The Conditional Operator, the Switch Statement, Variable Scope, Loops) ..

UNIT-II

Java arrays, Java Strings, Operations on Strings and StringBuffer Objects, Class, Objects. Methods and Problem solving using classes, objects and relationships.

Inheritance, types of Inheritance, packages and interface, exception handling

UNIT-III

Java utilities like java lang java io, GUI in java AWT and swing, event handling mechanisms, AWT based effective GUI in Java: detailed overview of AWT Classes, Graphics primitives and UI components, Layout features, Standalone GUI applications, Layout Managers, Implementation of event driven mechanism, Delegation of even model, Listeners and Adapters, Inner classes.

UNIT-IV

Applets: Introduction to Applet coding, Applet life cycle, Graphics facility, Color and Font, Passing parameters to applets, Applet context, Inter Applet Communication. Threading in Java: Fundamentals of Multi-threading Java coding with Thread classes, Thread Management in Java, Implicit wait, Using Runnable interface, Thread Synchronization, Inter thread communication.

UNIT-V

Overview of Networking in Java: URL class and its usage through connection, sockets based connectivity, TCP / IP sockets and server sockets, Datagram sockets, Collection in Java array list, Stack, Queue, Hash Table, Collection class hierarchy, JDBC and Jar Files. 

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