Available courses

Mini Project - 2

 Course Outcomes (COs):

At the end of the course the student should be able to: 

1.     Create attractive web pages using HTML tags and Cascading style.

2.     Develop event-driven application using JavaScript and DOM.

3.     Apply the knowledge of XML to store and display data using the different styles.

4.     Develop reasonably sophisticated web applications that make use of server side script and DBMS.


Statistics and Integral transforms 15EMAB201 -MECH C Div

 1. Describe the hardware architecture and memory organization of 8051 microcontroller.

 2. Write and test assembly and C language programs with a tradeoff between size and complexity using development tools.

 3. Configure and program the On-chip peripherals of 8051.

 4. Interface external devices with microcontroller to implement real world applications.

 5. Design and develop microcontroller based application by incorporating the concepts of digital circuits.


Analog Electronic Circuits D Div

Analog Electronic Circuits C Div

Analog Electronic Circuits B Div

Analog Electronic Circuits A Div

Circuit Analysis

Prerequisites: Discrete Mathematical Structures and Data Structures courses.

 

Course Outcomes (COs):

    At the end of the course the student should be able to: 

i.      Explain formal language concepts applied in the compilation process.

ii.     Design a suitable computing machine / parser for a given formal language.

iii.    Explain the semantic analyzer for a given context free grammar of a language construct.

iv.    Build and optimize the intermediate code for given programming construct.

v.     Implement the algorithms required for compiler front end construction.

 


Total Contact Hours: 50                           Credits: 4

Prerequisites: Discrete Mathematical Structures,Data Structures and Algorithms

Course Outcomes (COs):

At the end of the course the student should be able to: 

1.     Apply fundamental concepts of database systems to analyze the problem specification and design a relational model.

2.     Formulate relational algebra and SQL solutions to a broad range of data management problems.

3.     Apply normalization theory to design normalized relational database.

4.     Apply concepts of transaction processing, concurrency control and security techniques for database systems.

5.     Design and Implement a real world information storage problem.

6.     Compare Relational, NoSQL and Columnar database systems

Mini Project IV Semester

Cloud Computing

IT Infrastructure & Management