Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Project Management - Detailed Syllabus

Project Management is one of the subjects for semester 6 of bscit and following is the detailed syllabus for the subject :

i) Project & Project management. The project, Project Management, Types of project, Contractual Arrangements.
(1) Readings :
Basic Project Management. There are Four Types. & Making Project Management Work.

ii) The Nature of Project Management, Management principle, Some Factors in Project Management, The Project Manager. Factors for Project Success and Failure.
(1) Readings :
The New Managerial work & Where does Project Cost Really Go Wrong? What it takes to be A Good Project Manager

iii) Organizational Strucctures, The Project Organization, The Functional Organization, The Matrix organization, Designing an Organization, Building the Team, Leadership.
(1) Readings :
Selection of the Team. & Matrix management : Contradiction and Insights.

iv) Project Administration : Project Authority & Project Control, Principles of Project Administration., TQM.
(1) Readings :
Skunk Works - Management Style - It's No Secret. & Executive Focus on Quality

v) Defining and Financing the Project. How Project Evolve - the Client Brief., Financing the Project. Sources of Finance and Cash Flow
(1) Readings :
(a) Structural Scale Models : Beyond The Computer. Clear Project Definition is Crucial. Construction Cost estimating in the Design Process. Meeting the Infrastructure Challenge.
(b) Three Perceptions of Project Cost - Cost Is More than A Four-Letter World.

vi) Feasibility Studies and Approvals, Conducting a feasibility Study, the regulations controlling projects, decision making, economic analysis.
(1) Readings :
(a) Project management and enviornmental issues.
(b) Obstacles encountered by a new industrial development.
(c) enviornmental planning and engineering decisions.
(d) intellectual sources of the ideas of "acceptable risk" in public policy.
(e) Speaking of risk. Humble decision making. Finding a way to measure technology's benefits. Justification Techniques for advanced manufacturing Technologies.


Sunday, February 8, 2009

Strategic IT Management - Detailed Syllabus

Strategic IT Management is one of the elective subjects for semester 6 of bscit and following is the detailed syllabus for the subject :

i) Changing Paradigm and Strategic Leaning

ii) Changing face of Strategic Thinking : Strategic Management Paradigm, Emergent strategy, Strategic flexibility.
(1) Readings : Getting off the Treadmill. & Exploring Framework of Strategic Flexibility & Managing for Strategic Flexibility.
Cases : The Global Computer Industry and APPLE.

iii) Changing Strategic Situation : paradoxes, complexity , chaos, turbulence, and uncertainty.
(1) Readings : Crafting Strategy in New Environment. & In search of New Strategy Paradigms- A Survey of Emerging Thoughts.
With Case study.

iv)Special models and tools of strategic management. Strategy making as a journey.
(1)Readings :Meta-strategy : The new s Strategic Management. & The challenge : Turning Turmoil into Customer Centered Growth.& The Journey of Strategy
Making. With Case study

v) Building Core Competence and Strategic Capability, Culture and stake-holder expectation.
(1) Readings : Competence based Strategic Management. Cases : Indian Cases on Core Competence.

vi) Globalization Strategy, Strategy of Transnational Corporations.
(1) Readings : Do you really have a global strategy? & Globol Strategy in a World of Nations.
(2) Presentations : Global Strategy of Select Corporations Industries.

vii) Strategy Evolution and Alliances.

viii) Strategic Intent and Architecture. With Case study
ix) Strategic, Alliances and Joint Ventures. Readings : The Global Logic of Strategic Alliances & Collaborate with Your Competitors and win Presentations :
Analysis of Strategic Alliances and Joint Ventures.

x) Mergers and Acquisitions. Presentations : Analysis on mergers and Acquisitions.

xi) Screening Strategic Options. Cases : Swiss Air Alliances With Case study

xii) Comparative Strategies and Strategic profile of Indian Business Houses.
(1) Readings : Are Private Basic Telecom Projects Viable in India? Presentations : Entry in market from various Regions : US/Europe/Japan/SE ASIA.

xiii) Strategy Implementation and Change Management. Corporate Restructuring.
(1) Cases : ABB Operationalizing Strategy : Policies, Budgets, Support Systems, and Rewards.
(2) Cases : ALIP : Entering Indian Market. Issues of culture and leadership in strategy implementation, Corporate Governance. With Case study

xiv) Managing Strategic Change and Transformation.

xv) Functional Strategies/Tactics : Marketing, Finance, HR, R&D.


Monday, February 2, 2009

Internet Technologies - Detailed Syllabus

Internet Technologies is one of the subjects for semester 6 of bscit and following is the detailed syllabus for the subject :

1) Basic Networking :
i) Network Protocols :
a) TCP / IP (Transmission Control / Internet protocol)
b) ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)
c) RARP (Reverse Address Resolution Protocol)
d) RIP (Roulting Information Protocol)
e) OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) Protocol
f) BGP (Brodre Gateway Prptocol)

2) Introduction to Network Programming
i) Socket Programming (using TCP and UDP socket)
ii) RMI
a) Introduction to Distributed Computing with RMI
b) RMI Architecture
c) Naming remote Object
d) Using RMI : Interfaces, Implementations, Stub, Skeleton, host Server Client, Running RMI Systems
e) Parameters in RMI : Primitive, Object, Remote Object
f) RMI Client-side Callbacks
g) Distributing & Installing RMI Software

iii) Introduction to CORBA
a) What is CORBA?
b) CORBA Architecture
c) Comparison between RMI and CORBA

3) Introduction to Wireless LAN
i) How does WLAN work?
ii) WLAN setups (Ad-hoc, infracture LAN)
iii) Use of WLAN
iv) Benefits of WLAN
v) Restrictions and Problem with WLAN


Customer Relations Management (CRM) - Detailed Syllabus

Customer Relations Management (CRM) is one of the subjects for semester 6 of bscit and following is the detailed syllabus for the subject :

1) Introduction to CRM : what is a customer? How do we define CRM? CRM technology, CRM technology components, customer life style, customer interaction.

2) Introduction to eCRM : difference between CRM & eCRM, features of eCRM.

3) Sales Force Automation(SFA) : definition & need of SFA, barriers to successful SFA, SFA:funtionality, technological aspect of SFA: data synchronization, flexibility & performance, reporting tools.

4) Enterprise Marketing automation (EMA) : components of EMA, marketing camping, camping, planning & management, business analytic tools. ,EMA components ( promotions ,events , loyalty & retention programs), response management.

5) Call Centers Mean Customer Interaction : the functionality, technological implementation, what is ACD (automatic call distribution), IVR (interactive voice response), CTI (computer telephony integration), web enabling the call center, automated intelligent call routing, logging
& monitoring.

6) Implementing CRM : pre implemention, kick off meeting, requirements gathering, prototyping & detailed proposal generation, development of customization, Power User Beta Test & Data import, training, roll out & system hand off, ongoing support. system optimization, follow up.

7) Introduction to ASP (application service provider);who are ASP's?, their role & fuction, advantage & disadvantage of implementing ASP.


Saturday, January 31, 2009

Total Supply Chain Management (TSCM) - Detailed Syllabus

Total Supply Chain Management is one of the elective subjects for semester 6 of bscit and following is the detailed syllabus for the subject :

1) Introduction to supply chain management :
Do we have the best suppliers?
Are we getting and sending materials as quickly as possible?
Can the voices of our customers be heared in our processes?
Are the customers satisfied with our products?

2) Creating outcome-driven tasks and processes
Retooling the structure and business strategy of the organization
Setting up effective people/responsibility charts
Incoporating technology for maximum benefit
Creating performance - based rewards
Measuring Results

3) Materials management, Scope importance, Classification of materials, procurement, purchasing policies, vendor development and evaluation,
inventory control systems of stock replenishment, cost elements, EOQ and its derivative models.
Use of computers for materials function.

4) Logistics and Competitive Strategy, System view of logistics-Coordination and management of transportation, inventory order processing, purchasing ware housing
materials handling, packaging and customer service standards.

5) Supply chain Management, Distribution network design, channels of distribution, plant and ware house location.

6) Transportation Systems-Individual Freight and passenger modes, inter model transportation and third party transportation services, economic social,
and political roles of transportation, demand, cost and service characteristics of different transportation services, carrier selection and evaluation methods,
contracting for transportation services, freight rate structure, private fleet management, Claim management,
international transportation, Ocean carrier management, port administration and regulation, costing and pricing issues of international transportation,
logistics, cost transport mode choice, Dispatch, Decisions, routing decisions, routing models, packaging to suit mode of transport.

7) total distribution Cost analaysis

8) logictic information system


Friday, January 30, 2009

C# - Detailed Syllabus

C# is one of the subjects for Semester 6 of bscit and following is the detailed syllabus for the subject :

1) Introduction to C # : Evaluation of C#, characteristics of C#, application of C#,
difference between C++ and C#, difference between Java and C#.

2) Introduction to C# enviornment : The .NET strategy, the origins of the .NET technology, the .NET framework, the common language runtime, framework base classes, user and programs interface, visual studio .NET, .NET languages, benefits of the .NET approach, C# and .NET.

3) Overview of C#: Programming structure of C#, editing, compiling and executing C# programs, namespace, comments, using aliases for namespace classes, using command line argument, maths function.

4) Literals, variables and data types : literals, variables, data types, value types, reference tpye, declaration of variables, initialization of variables, default values, constant variables, scope of variables, boxing and unboxing.

5) Operators and expression : arithmetic operators, relational operators, logical operators, assignment operators, increment and decrement operators, conditional operators,
Bitwise operators, special operators, arthmetic expressions, evaluation of expression, precedence of arthmetic operators, type conversions, operator precedence and associativity, mathematical functions.

6) Decision making and branching : if statement, if....else statement, nesting of if....else statement, the else if ladder, switch statement, the ?: operator.

7) Decision making and looping : while statement, do statement, for statement, for each statement, jumps in loops.

8) Methods in C# : declaring methods, the main method, invoking methods, nesting of methods, methods parameters, pass by value, pass by reference, the output parameters, variable arguments list, method overloading.

9) Arrays : 1-D array, creating an array, 2-D array, variable size arrays, the system, array class, array list class.

10) String handling : creating strings, strings method, inserting strings using systems, comparing strings, finding substrings, mutable strings, arrays of strings, regular expressions.

11) Structures and enumeration : structures, structs with methods, nested structs, difference between classes and structs, enumerations, enumerator initialization, enumerator type conversion, common program errors.

12) Classes and Objects : Basic principles of OOP's, class, objects, constructors, static members, static constructors, private constructors, copy constructors, destructors, member initialization, the this reference, nesting of classes, constant members, read only members, properties, indexers.

13) Inheritance and polymorphism : classical inheritance, containment inheritance, defining a subclass, visibility control, defining subclass constructors, multilevel inheritance, hierarchical inheritance, overriding methods, hiding methods, abstract classes, abstract methods,
sealed classes : Preventing inheritance, sealed methods, polymorphism.

14) Interfaces : Multiple Inheritance : defining an interface, extending an interface, implementing interface, interface & inheritance, explicit interface implementation, abstract class and interface.

15) Operator overloading : overloadable operators, need for operator overloading, defining Operator overloading, overloading unary operators, overloading binary operators, overloading comparision operator.

16) Delegates and Events : Delegate, delegate seclaration, delegate methods, delegates instantiation, delegate invocation, using delegates, multicast delegates, events.

17) Managing Console I/O operations : console class, console input, console output, formatted output, numeric formatting, standard numeric format, custom numeric format.

18) Managing Errors and Exceptions : Types of errors, exceptions, syntax of exception handling code, multiple catch statement, the exception hierarchy, general catch handler, using final statement, nested try blocks, throwing our own exceptions, checked and unchecked operators,
using exceptions for debugging.


Thursday, January 29, 2009

ERP Systems - Detailed Syllabus

ERP Systems is one of the elective subjects for semester 5 of bscit and following is the detailed syllabus for the subject :

1) Introduction To ERP
Evolution of ERP, What is ERP? Reasons for the growth of ERP, Secnario and Justification of ERP in India, Evaluation Of ERP, Various Modules
Of ERP, Advantage of ERP.

2) An overview of Enterprise, Integrated Management Information, Business Modelling, ERP for Small Business, ERP for make to order companies, Business Process Mapping for ERP Module Design, Hardware Enviornment and its Selection for ERP Implementation.

3) ERP and Related Technologies, Business Process Reengineering (BPR), Management Information System (MIS), Executive Information System (EIS), Decision support System (DSS), Supply Chain Management (SCM)

4) ERP Modules, Introduction, Finance, Plant Maintainance, Quality Management, Materials Management

5) ERP Market, Introduction, SAP AG, Baan Company, Oracle Corporation, People Soft, JD Edwards World Solutions Company, System Software Associates, Inc. (SSA)
QAD, A Comparative Assessment and Selection of ERP Packages and Modules.

6) ERP implementation lifecycle, issues in implementing ERP packages, pre-evaluation screening, package evaluation, project planning phase, gap analysis, reengineering,
configuration, implementation, team traning, testing, going live, end-user training, post implementation (Maintainance mode).

7) Vendors, Consultants and users, In-House Implementation - pors and cons, vendors, consultants, end user.

8) Future Directions in ERP, New markets, new channels, faster implementation methodologies, business modules and BAPIs, convergence on windows NT, Application platform,
new business segments, more features, web enabling, market snapshot.


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