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Course No: CSC-401 Full Marks: 60 + 20 + 20
Credit Hours: 3 Pass Marks: 24 + 8 + 8
Nature of Course: Theory (3Hrs.) + Lab (3Hrs.)
Synopsis: To study the concept of advanced database techniques
Goals: To study the further advanced database techniques beyond the fundamental database techniques which were covered in the sophomore year (fourth semester) BCScIT course, and thus to acquaint the students with some relatively advanced issues. At the end of the course students should be able to: critically assess new developments in database technology, Interpret and explain the impact of emerging database standards, evaluate the contribution of database theory to practical implementations of database management systems.
Unit 1: The Relational Model of Data and RDBMS Implementation Techniques (5 Hrs).
Theoretical concepts, Relational model conformity and Integrity, Advanced SQL programming, Query optimization, Concurrency control and Transaction management, Database performance tuning, Distributed relational systems and Data Replication, Security considerations
Unit 2: The Extended Entity Relationship Model and Object Model: (6 Hrs.)
The ER model revisited, Motivation for complex data types, User defined abstract data types and structured types, Subclasses, Super classes, Inheritance, Specialization and Generalization, Constraints and characteristics of specialization and Generalization, Relationship types of degree higher than two.
Unit 3: Emerging Database Management System Technologies: (18 Hrs.)
Object Oriented database concepts; Object Relational database concepts; Active database concepts; Temporal database concepts; Spatial database concepts and architecture; Deductive databases and Query processing; Mobile Databases; Geographic Information Systems.
Unit 4: New database applications and environments: (8 Hrs).
Data Warehousing and Data Mining, Multimedia; Mobility; Multi databases; Native XML databases (NXD), Internet
Unit 5: Database Related Standards: (8 Hrs.)
SQL standards, SQL 1999, SQL: 2003, Object Data Management Group (ODMG) version 3.0 standard, Standards for interoperability and integration e.g. Web Services, SOAP, XML related specifications, e.g. XQuery, XPath.
Laboratory Projects: The course involves a mini project using any one of the popular
Commercial Object-Oriented DBMS software such as Oracle, MS SQL Server etc, along with any MVC software development framework.
- Elmasri and Navathe, Fundamentals of Database Systems, Pearson Education
- Raghu Ramakrishnan, Johannes Gehrke, Database Management Systems, McGraw-Hill
- Korth, Silberchatz, Sudarshan , Database System Concepts, McGraw-Hill.
- Peter Rob and Coronel, Database Systems, Design, Implementation and Management, Thomson Learning.
- C. J. Date & Longman, Introduction to Database Systems, Pearson Education
Prerequisite: Be familiar with at least one OO programming language such as .Net or C++ or Java, Fundamentals of DBMS, SQL
Homework : Homework assignments can be given according to the course
Assignments: covered throughout the semester.
Computer Usage: Windows or Linux based PC or workstation, Commercial OODBMS software package and MVC software development framework installed at the server.
Content: Science Aspects:
60% Design Aspects: 40%
Course no: CSC-402 Full Marks: 60+20+20
Credit hours: 3 Pass Marks: 24+8+8
Nature of course: Theory (3 Hrs.) + Lab (3 Hrs.)
Course Synopsis: Study on internet protocols, client/server applications and web services. Designing and applications of internet and intranet system.
Goal: This course deals on the practical application of internetworking technologies to private intranets for information management and public internets for electronic commerce students will learn theoretical details, strategies for designing sites, techniques for creating their technical infrastructures, methods for developing content, and techniques for site deployment and management.
- Introduction: (5Hrs.)
- History and
Development of Internets and Intranets
- IANA, RIR/NIR/LIR and ISPs for internet number management
- Internet Domain and Domain Name System
- Internet Access Overview
- Internet Backbone Networks: Optical Backbone, Marine Cables, Teleports, Satellite and Terrestrial Links
2. Internet Protocol Overview: (6Hrs).
and the IP Layer overview
- IPv4 and IPv6 Address Types and Formats
- IPv4 and IPv6 Header Structure
- Internet RFCs
3. Protocols and Client/Server Applications: (6Hrs.)
Protocols: SMTP, E-mail Message
(RFC22), PGP, POP, IMAP, HTTP, FTP
- N-Tiered Client/Server Architecture
- Universal Internet Browsing
- Multiprotocol Support
4. HTTP and the Web Services:(8Hrs.)
Web Servers and Web Access
- Universal naming with URLs
- WWW Technology: HTML, DHTML, WML, XML
- Tools: WYSIWYG Authoring Tools
- Helper applications: CGI; PERL, JAVA, JAVA SRIPTS, PHP, ASP, .NET Applications
- Introduction to AJAX (Programming)
- Browser as a rendering engine: text, HTML, gif and jpeg
5. Designing Internet Systems and Servers:( 8Hrs.)
of Internet System Network Architecture
- Choice of platforms
- Server Concepts:
WEB, Proxy, RADIUS, MAIL
- Load Balancing: Proxy Arrays
- Server Setup and Configuration Guidelines
- Security and System Administration Issues, Firewalls and Content Filtering
6. Internet and Intranet Systems Development:( 6Hrs.)
- Benefits and drawbacks of intranets
- Protocols, Structure and Scope of Networks
- Intranets Resource Assessments: Network Infrastructure, Clients and Server Resources
- Intranet Implementation Guidelines
- Content Design, Development, Publishing and Management
- Intranet Design with Open source Tools: DRUPAL, JUMLA
- Tunneling Protocols: VPN
7. Internet and Intranet Applications:( 6Hrs.)
Applications: Email, WWW, Gopher, Online Systems
- Multimedia and Digital Video/Audio Broadcasting: Video/Audio Conferencing, Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
- Broadband Communications, Policy, xDSL and Cable Internet
- VoIP, GoIP and IP Interconnection
- Datacenters and Data warehousing, packet clearing house
- Unified Messaging Systems
- Fundamental of e-Commerce
- Concept of Grid and Cloud Computing
Laboratory Work: Laboratory should include features like packet capturing and analysis, design of internet/intranet system, proxy administration, firewall configuration and management, VPN, implementation of IRC, Content development with JUMLA/DRUPALmentioned in the syllabus.
- Computer Networks; Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Prentice Hall India limited, New Delhi, 2010.
- Internet and Intranet Engineering; Daniel Minoli, MGraw-Hill India Limited, New Delhi, 2009.
- Internetworking with TCP/IP; Comer, D.E and Stevens
Course Code: CSC-403 Full marks: 60+20+20
Credit Hours: 3 Pass Marks: 24+8+8
Nature of the course: Theory (3 Hrs.) +Lab (3 Hrs)
Course Synopsis: A study in Java language techniques beyond the introductory course. Emphasis will include, GUI and event-driven programming, Database Connectivity, Socket Programming, Remote Method Invocation and Servlets and JSP Technology
Goal: The purpose of this course is to present the concept of GUI programming and JDBC, Socket programming and remote objects, and JSP Technology. Since software components are best learned by implementation, each student will complete a project independently which will involve the design and implementation three software components.
Unit 1: Programming in Java 8 Hrs.
to Java: Java Architecture, Advantages of Java, PATH and CLASSPATH variables,
Compiling and Running Java Programs
- Class and Object: Creating Classes, Interfaces, Creating Objects, Access Modifiers, Arrays, Packages, Inheritance
- Exception Handling and Threading: Try, Catch, Finally, Throws, Creating Multithreaded Programs, Thread Life Cycle
- File IO: Byte Stream Classes (FilleInputStream and FileOutputStream), Character Stream Classes(FileReader and FileWriter), RandomAccessFile Class
Unit 2: User Interface Components with Swing: 10 Hrs.
and MVC Design Patterns: Design
Pattern, MVC Pattern, MVC Analysis of Swing Buttons
- Layout Management: Border Layout, Grid Layout, Gridbag Layout, Group Layout, Using No Layout managers, Custom layout Managers
- Text Input: Text Fields, Password Fields, Text Areas, Scroll Pane, Label and Labeling Components
- Choice Components: Check Boxes, Radio Buttons, Borders, Combo Boxes, Sliders
- Menus: Menu Building, Icons in Menu Items, Check box and Radio Buttons in Menu Items, Pop-up Menus, Keyboard Mnemonics and Accelerators, Enabling and Design menu Items, Toolbars, Tooltips
- Dialog Boxes: Option Dialogs, Creating Dialogs, Data Exchange, File Choosers, Color Choosers
- Components Organizers: Split Panes, Tabbed Panes, Desktop Panes and Internal Frames, Cascading and Tiling
- Advance Swing Components: List, Trees, Tables, Progress Bars
Unit 3: Even Handling:4 Hrs.
Standard Event Handling, Using Delegated Class, Using Action Commands, Listener
Interfaces, Adapter Classes
- Handling Events: Action Events, Key Events, Focus Events, Window Event, Mouse Event, Item Events
Unit 4: Database Connectivity :4 Hrs.
of JDBC: Driver Types, Typical Uses of JDBC
- JDBC Configuration: Database URLS, Driver JAR Files, Starting Database, Registering Driver class, Connecting to the database
- Executing SQL Statements: Managing Connections, Statements, Result Set, SQL Exceptions, Populating Databse
- Query Execution: Prepared Statements, Reading and Writing LOBs, SQL Escapes, Multiple Results, Scrollable Result Sets, Updateable Result Sets, Row Sets and Cached Row Sets, Transactions.
Unit 5: Network Programming: 5 Hrs.
Basics: Transmission control Protocol(TCP), User Datagram Protocol (UDP),
Ports, IP Address Network Classes in JDK
- Working with URLS: Connecting to URLS, Reading Directly from URLS, InetAddress Class
- Sockets: TCP Sockets, UDP Sockets, Serving Multiple Clients, Half Close, Interruptible Sockets, Sending Email
Unit 6: Java Beans: 3 Hrs.
Creating, Updating and Reading From JAR Files, Java Beans, Advantages of Java
Beans, Class vs Beans, BDK and Bean Box
- Java Bean: Creating a Java Bean, Creating a Bean Manifest File, Creating a Bean JAR File, Using a New Bean, Adding Controls to Beans, Giving a Bean Properties, Creating Bound Properties, Giving a Bean Methods, Giving a Bean an Icon
Unit 7: Servlets and Java Server pages : 8Hrs.
Introduction to Servlets,Life cycle of servlets, Java Servlets Development Kit,
Creating, Compiling and running servlet, The servlet API ( javax.servlet
package), Reading the servlet Parameters, Reading Initialization parameter, The
javax.servlet.http.Package, Handling HTTP Request and Response (GET / POST
Request), Using Cookies, Session Tracking
- Java Server Pages: Advantage of JSP technology (Comparision with ASP / Servlet), JSP Architecture, JSP Access Model, JSP Syntax Basic (Directions, Declarations, Expression, Scriplets, Comments), JSP Implicit Object, Object Scope, Synchronization Issue, Exception Handling, Session Management, Creating and Processing Forms.
Unit 8: RMI and CORBA : 3Hrs.
Method Invocation: Introduction of RMI, Architecture
of RMI, Remote Objects, Creating and Executing RMI Applications
- CORBA: Introduction to CORBA, Architecture of CORBA, Functioning of CORBA Applications, CORBA Services
Laboratory Works: Student should design at least two Projects. Desktop Application (Address Book, Library system etc), Simple network Application (e.g. Chatting Application) or Simple Web Applications (online banking Application, Online Music Application, etc)
- Cay Horstmann and Grazy Cornell, Core Java Volume I-Fundamentals, Eighth Edition
- Cay Horstmann and Grazy Cornell, Core Java Volume II-Advance Features, Eighth Edition
- Steven Holzner, Java 2 Pagramming-AWT, Swing, XML and Java Beans Black Book, Dreamtech Press
- Pallvi Jain and Shadab Siddiqui, J2EE Professional Projects, Premier Press
Prerequisites: Any One Course in Object Oriented Programming
Course no: CSC-404 Full Marks: 100
Credit hours: 3 Pass Marks: 40
Nature of course: Project
Course Synopsis: This course introduces students to the practical environment. Special focus will be given in enabling students with the skills pertaining to the analysis, design, and development, installation, testing and servicing a corporate organization. The course has a practical approach to building real application.
Goal: To develop the skills associated with analysis design and development of meaningful and efficient real world application
- Problem Identification
- Problem Specification
- Analysis and design
- System Development
- Installation and Testing
- System Maintenance
The content of this course is divided into six different phases; the students will first involve themselves in identifying a problem that needs to be addressed. Such problem needs to be specified precisely and several solutions need to be prescribed, out if which the most viable will be selected. The selected proposed solution now has to be analyzed properly and design. This might involve the use of tools depending upon the nature of the problem and environment.
Text Books: None
Prerequisite: Depending upon types of project
Evaluation Criteria of Project Work.
- Presentation skill
- Questions Answer
- Scope of Work / Future Implementation of Project
- Overall documentation of project work
Evaluation of Project Work:
Internal Evaluation (At the mid
of project work by supervisor, HOD/coordinator)
Final Evaluation with External (At the end of the project by External, Internal and Supervisor).
Course Title: Information Retrieval
Course no: CSC-405 Full Marks: 60+20+20
Credit hours: 3 Pass Marks: 24+8+8
Nature of course: Theory (3 Hrs.) + Lab (3 Hrs.)
Course Synopsis: Advanced aspects of Information Retrieval and Search Engine
Goal: To study advance aspects of information retrieval and working principle of search engine, encompassing the principles, research results and commercial application of the current technologies.
Unit 1 Introduction: 2 Hrs.
Introduction, History of Information Retrieval, The retrieval process, Block diagram and architecture of IR System, Web search and IR, Areas and role of AI for IR
Unit 2. Basic IR Models:4 Hrs.
Introduction, Taxonomy of information retrieval models, Document retrieval and ranking, A formal characterization of IR models, Boolean retrieval model, Vector-space retrieval model, probabilistic model, Text-similarity metrics: TF-IDF (term frequency/inverse document frequency) weighting and cosine similarity.
Unit 3. Basic Tokenizing, Indexing, and Implementation of Vector-Space Retrieval: 4 Hrs.
Simple tokenizing, Word tokenization, Text Normalization, Stop-word removal, Word Stemming (Porter Algorithm), Case folding, Lemmatization, Inverted indices (Indexing architecture), Efficient processing with sparse vectors, Sentence segmentation and Decision Trees
Unit 4. Experimental Evaluation of IR: 4 Hrs.
Relevance and Retrieval, performance metrics, Basic Measures of text retrieval (Recall, Precision and F-measure)
Unit 5. Query Operations and Languages: 3 Hrs.
Relevance feedback and pseudo relevance feedback, Query expansion/reformulation (with a thesaurus or WordNet, Spelling correction like techniques), Query languages (Single-Word Queries, Context Queries, Boolean Queries, Natural Language)
Unit 6. Text Representation: 3 Hrs.
Word statistics (Zipf’s law), Morphological analysis, Index term selection, Using thesauri, Metadata, Text representation using markup languages (SGML, HTML, XML)
Unit 7. Search Engine: 6 Hrs.
Search engines (working principle), Spidering (Structure of a spider, Simple spidering algorithm, multithreaded spidering, Bot), Directed spidering(Topic directed, Link directed) ,Crawlers (Basic crawler architecture), Link analysis (e.g. hubs and authorities, Page ranking, Google Page Rank), shopping agents
Unit 8. Text Categorization and Clustering: 6 Hrs.
Categorization algorithms (Rocchio; naive Bayes; decision trees; and nearest neighbor), Clustering algorithms (agglomerative clustering; k-means; expectation maximization (EM)) ,Applications to information filtering; organization
Unit 9. Recommender Systems : 3 Hrs.
Personalization, Collaborative filtering recommendation, Content-based recommendation
Unit 10. Information Extraction and Integration: 3 Hrs.
Information extraction and applications, Extracting data from text, Evaluating IE Accuracy, XML and Information Extraction, Semantic web (purpose, Relation to hypertext page), Collecting and integrating specialized information on the web.
Unit 11. Advanced IR Models with indexing and searching text: 4 Hrs.
Probabilistic models, Generalized Vector Space Model, Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI), Efficient string searching, Pattern matching
Unit 12. Multimedia IR :3 Hrs.
Introduction, multimedia data support in commercial DBMSs, Query languages, Trends and research issues
Laboratory Works: The laboratory should contain all the features mentioned in a course
- Program to demonstrate the Boolean Retrieval Model and Vector Space Model
- Program to find the similarity between documents
- Tokenize the words of large documents according to type and token.
- Segment the documents according to sentences
- Implement Porter stemmer
- Try to build a stemmer for Nepali language
- Build a spider that tracks only the link of nepali documents
- Group the online news onto different categorize like sports, entertainment, politics
- Build a recommender system for online music store
- Modern Information Retrieval, Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Berthier Ribeiro-Neto.
- Information Retrieval; Data Structures & Algorithms: Bill Frakes
Assignment: Assignment should be given from the throughout the semester.
Computer Usage: No specific
Prerequisite: Server side programming language like PHP, JSP, ASP.Net (Any One) and with good concept on any programming languages
Content: Science Aspect: 25% Design Aspect: 75%
Course Title: Database Administration
Course no: CSC 406 Full Marks: 60+20+20
Credit hours: 3 Pass Marks: 24+8+8
Nature of course: Theory (3 Hrs.) + Lab (3 Hrs.)
Course Synopsis: DBA Roles, DB backup, restoration and recovery, Tuning of database
Goal: The course covers about: principles of DBA Roles, DB backup, restoration and recovery, Tuning of database and overall DB administration which could be useful for administrator in the future.
Unit 1 Introduction 5 Hrs
Introduction: DBMS architecture and data independence, DBA roles and responsibilities, SQL *PLUS Overview: SQL Plus Fundamentals, Producing more readable outputs, Accepting values at urntime, Using iSQL *Plus.
Unit 2 : 5 Hrs
Control and Redo Log Files: Managing the control files, Maintaining and monitoring redo log files.
Unit 3 : 10 Hrs
Managing Users and Security: Profiles, Managing users, managing privileges, managing roles, querying role information, Database Security and Auditing, Creating and managing DB’s , tables, indexes, triggers, views, stored procedures, Advanced Stored Procedures, analysis and integration services.
Unit 4 :10 Hrs
Backup and Recovery Overview, Database backup, restoration and recovery, defining a backup and recovery strategy, Testing the backup and recovery plan, parallel instance recovery , recovering from non-critical loses
Unit 5 : 5 Hrs
Database corruption, automatic database management, automatic storage management, RMAN
Unit 6 :10 Hrs
Introduction to performance tuning: brief overview of Tuning methodology, general tuning concepts, AADM (Automatic Database Diagnostic Monitor) and SQL Tuning Advisor. Virtual Private Database: policy types, selective columns, column masking.
Laboratory works: labs should cover all
the chapters using Oracle/SQL-Server or any other database server tools.
- C.J. Date, Database Systems, Addison Wesley, 2000
- Introduction to Database Administration, by O’reilly
- ORACLE DBA handbooks
Course no: CSC-407 Full Marks: 60+20+20
Credit hours: 3 Pass Marks: 24+8+8
Nature of course: Theory (4 Hrs.) + Lab (3 Hrs.)
Course Synopsis: Provides the concept of network and system administration
Goal: The class concentrates on the network and system administration, and covers subjects ranging from initial installation of OS to day-to-day administrative tasks such as Network and Server Configurations, management of user accounts and disk space, and even imparting the trouble- shooting skills future system administrators will need to cope with unexpected behaviour.
1 Networking Overview :4Hrs.
- Protocol Standards
- Reference Model (OSI, TCP/IP)
- Windows and Linux Networking Basics
- Switching and Routing basics
2 Server Administration Basics : 6Hrs.
- Server and
- Boot Process and Startup Services:Xinetd/Inetd
- Managing accounts: users, groups and other privileges
- File Systems and Quota Management
- Job Scheduling with cron, crontab, anacron and system log analysis
- Process controlling and management
- Online Server upgrade/update process
- Administering Database Server (MySQL)
3 Network Configuration Basics: 4Hrs.
- IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
- Network Interface Configuration
- Diagnosing Network startup issues
- Linux and Windows Firewall configuration
- Network troubleshooting commands
4 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) :4Hrs.
- DHCP Principle
- DHCP Server Configuration
- DHCP Options, Scope, Reservation and Relaying
- DHCP Troubleshooting
5 Name Server and Configuration : 6Hrs.
principles and Operations
- Basic Name Server and Client Configuration
- Caching Only name server
- Primary and Slave Name Server
- DNS Zone Transfers
- DNS Dynamic Updates
- DNS Delegation
- DNS Server Security
6 Web and Proxy Server Configuration : 6Hrs.
- HTTP Server
- Virtual Hosting
- HTTP Caching
- Proxy Caching Server Configuration
- Proxy ACL
- Proxy-Authentication Mechanisms
7 FTP, File and Print Server : 5Hrs.
- SAMBA SWAT
- NFS and NFS Client Configuration
- CUPS configuration basics
- FTP Principles
- Anonymous FTP Server
8 Mail Server basics :6Hrs.
- SMTP, POP
and IMAP principles
- SMTP Relaying Principles
- Mail Domain Administration
- Basic Mail Server Configuration (Sendmail, postfix, qmail, exim..)
- SPAM control and Filtering
9 Remote Administration and Management 4hrs.
- Router Configuration
- Team Viewer
- SCP, Rsync
Laboratory work: All the features of this course
- Server/Client Installation over VMware Environment
- Packet Analysis by using TCPDUMP and WIRESHARK
- Network Practice with Packet Tracer
- System Administration: User/Group management, File System Management ….
- Network Configuration: Start/Stop network Service, network interface configuration
- Firewall Configuration
- DNS and DHCP Configuration and Troubleshooting
- Web and Proxy Server Configuration and Troubleshooting
- Basic Mail Server Configuration and Troubleshooting
- SAMBA, NFS, CUPS and FTP configuration and Troubleshooting
- Webmin/SSH configuration
- The Practice of System and Network Administration, Second Edition Thomas A. Limoncelli, Christina J. Hogan , Strata R. Chalup
- Advanced Linux Networking, Roderick W. Smith, Addison-Wesley Professional (Pearson Education), 2002.
- Linux Network Administrator’s Guide, Tony Bautts, Terry Dawson, Gregor N. Purdy, O’Reilly, Third Edition, 2005
Prerequisite: Computer Networking Course
Course Title: Software Project Management
Course no: CSC–408 Full Marks: 60+20+20
Credit Hours: 3 Pass Marks: 24+8+8
Nature of course: Theory (3Hrs.) +Practical (3Hrs.)
Course Synopsis: Concept of software project, software project management framework
Goal: This course introduces the concepts of Software Project, software project management framework, project evaluation, Software quality assurance and project management and its tools.
Unit-1: Introduction to Software Project Management (SPM) 5 Hrs.
Software engineering problem and software product, software product attributes, Definition of a Software Project (SP), SP Vs. other types of projects activities covered by SPM, categorizing SPs, Project management cycle, SPM framework, types of project plan
Unit-2: Project Organization, Scheduling and management issues : 5 Hrs.
Project life cycle and product life cycle, project planning and scheduling, resource allocation
Unit-3: Project Evaluation & Estimation: 6 Hrs.
Cost benefit analysis, cash flow forecasting, cost benefit evaluation techniques, risk evaluation. Selection of an appropriate project report; Choosing technologies, choice of process model, structured methods, rapid application development, water fall-, V-process-, spiral- models. Prototyping, delivery
Unit-4: Activity planning: 7 Hrs.
Objectives of activity planning, project schedule, projects and activities, sequencing and scheduling activities, network planning model, representation of lagged activities, adding the time dimension, backward and forward pass, identifying critical path, activity throat, shortening project , precedence networks
Unit-5: Resource allocation :4 Hrs.
Introduction, the nature of resources, identifying resource requirements, scheduling resources creating critical paths, counting the cost, being specific, publishing the resource schedule, cost schedules, the scheduling sequence.
Unit-6: Monitoring the control :4 Hrs.
creating the frame work, collecting the data, visualizing progress, cost
monitoring, earned value, prioritizing monitoring, getting the project back to
target, change control
Unit-7: Managing contracts and people :5 Hrs.
Introduction, types of contract, stages in contract, placement, typical terms of a contract, contract management, acceptance, Managing people and organizing terms: Introduction, understanding behavior, organizational behavior: a back ground, selecting the right person for the job, instruction in the best methods, motivation, working in groups, becoming a team, decision making, leadership, organizational structures, conclusion, further exercises.
Unit-8: Software quality assurance and testing : 5 Hrs.
Testing principles and objectives, test plan, types and levels of testing, test strategies, program verification and validation, software quality, SEI-CMM,SQA activities, QA organization structure, SQA plan.
Unit-9: Project management and project management tools :4 Hrs.
Software configuration management, SCM tasks and roles, Risk management, risk management process, SPM tools.
Laboratory Work: Project on Software Project Management
- Software project management-Rajiv Chopra, 2009
- Software Project Management by Bob Hughes and Mike Cotterell, Latest Publication
- Software Engineering – A Practitioner’s approach, Roger S. Pressman Latest Publication
- Software Project Management, Walker Royce, 1998, Addison Wesley.
- Managing Global software Projects, Ramesh, 2001, TMH
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