Global College of Vocational Training


Syllabus

Certificate Course in Architectural Draughtsman
Course Code 304401

Examination Scheme : Architectural Draughtsman (New Syllabus)
Subject Duration
Hrs
Theory
(Max)
Theory
(Min)
Practical
(Max)
Practical
(Min)
Total
(Max Marks)
Total
(Min Marks)
English (Communication Skill)
3
70
25
30
15
100
40
Elective - I
3
70
25
30
15
100
40
Elective - II
3
70
25
30
15
100
40
Building Materials and Construction
3
100
35
100
50
200
85
Building Drawing and CAD
3
100
35
100
50
200
85
Architectural Drafting and Estimating Costing
3
100
35
100
50
200
85
Total Marks
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--
--
--
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900
375

Elective - I Elective - II
Applied Mathematics Applied Sciences (Physics & Chemistry)
Business Economics Computer Application
Physical Biology (Botany & Zology) Business Mathematics
Entrepreneurship --

Subject - Building Material and Construction- 1st Year
Code No – 30440001
Theory /Practical
  1. Chapter 1: Stone and Coarse Aggregate
    1.1. Classifications of Rocks
    1.2. Quarrying for stone
    1.3. Commonly used stones in building
    1.4. Requirements of good building stone
    1.5. Study of crushers for obtaining coarse Aggregate
    1.6. Common sizes of coarse Aggregate used in concrete
    1.7. Properties of coarse Aggregate
    Practical
    1) Visit to Quarry to observe quarrying operations
    2) Conduct Compressive strength Test on stone
    3) Conduct Abrasion Test of Metal
  2. Chapter 2: Bricks
    2.1. Study of earth (Soils) used in manufacturing of Brick
    2.2. Procedure of manufacture of Bricks
    2.3. Classification of Bricks
    2.4. Properties of a good Brick
    2.5. Other types of Brick
    Practical
    1. Field Tests of Brick
    2. Conduct Compressive Test on Brick
    3. Conduct Water absorption on Brick
  3. Chapter 3: Cement
    3.1 Grades of cement as per IS 12269 – 1987, IS 8182 - 1989 and IS 289 - 1989
    3.2 Ingredients of Cement, Manufacture of Cement (only introduction)
    3.3 Various Types of Cements and its uses
    3.4 Effect of Cement on properties of concrete
    3.5 Storing of Cement
    Practical
    1. Field Tests of Cement
    2. Determining initial & final setting time of Cement
    3. Determining fineness Modulus of Cement
    4. Determination of Compressive strength of cement
  4. Chapter 4: Fine Aggregates
    4.1. Types of fine aggregates used in preparation of cement mortar and concrete
    4.2. Sources of fine aggregate
    4.3. Properties of River Sand
    4.4. Silt content and necessity of Screening & Washing of fine Aggregates
    Practical
    1. Sieve Analysis of Sand for finding fineness modulus
    2. Finding Silt content in Sand
  5. Chapter 5: Cement Mortar
    5.1. Ingredients of Cement Mortar
    5.2. Preparation of Cement Mortar – Hand Mixing, Machine Mixing – Advantages and Disadvantages
    5.3. Various Proportions of Cement Mortar
    5.4. Lime Mortar, its properties and use
    Practical
    1. Preparation of Cement Mortar 1:6
  6. Chapter 6: Concrete
    6.1) Ingredients of Concrete
    6.2) Types of Concrete Plain Cement Concrete, (PCC) and Reinforced cement concrete (RCC)
    6.3) Various proportion of Concrete and its uses, Batching of concrete- Volume batching and weigh batching
    6.4) Procedure for preparing concrete – Hand Mixing,Machine Mixing
    6.5) Transportation of concrete, precautions to taken . 6.6) Laying of concrete & precautions to taken 6.7) Necessity of compacting of concrete, equipments used for compacting concrete
    Practical
    1) Conduct Compressive Test on Concrete (cube Test)
    2) Conduct Test for Workability (slump test)
    3) Conduct Compaction factor Test
    4) Introduction to Non Destructive Tests on Concrete
    6.8) Necessity of curing, Methods of curing
    6.9) Workability - water cement ratio and its importance
    6.10) Hydration of Cement
    6.11) Quality of water
    6.12) Finishing of concrete surface
    6.13) Admixtures used in concrete and properties of such concrete
    6.14) Ready mix concrete, Properties, Manufacturing and its uses
    6.15) Advances in concreting such as self compacted concrete, Trimix Concrete, etc
    Theory Practical
  7. Chapter 7: Steel
    7.1) Types of steel used in RCC as per ISI
    7.2) High Tensile Steel its properties, study of IS 1786
    7.3) Cover for steel as per IS 456 - 2000
    7.4) Types of sections used in Steel Structure and its properties
    7.5) Rolled steel Joist of different sections and its uses
    Practical
    1) Conduct Tensile Test on mild steel bar / HYSD Bars
  8. Chapter 8: Flooring Tiles
    8.1) Shahabad Tiles, Kotah Tiles, Cuddappa Tiles,Marble Tiles, Granite, its occurrence, Sources of availability and its uses
    8.2) Cutting of tiles
    8.3) Cement tiles, marble mosaic tiles, chequered tilesprocess of manufacture, and its uses
    8.4) Ceramic Tiles, process of manufacture, Normal sizes & its uses
    8.5) Cement mortar Briquettes, Process of manufactures and its uses
    Practical
    1) Conduct Bending Test of tiles
    2) Conduct Abbreviation test of tile
  9. Chapter 9: Timber
    9.1) Types of Timber.
    9.2) Sections of Timber.
    9.3) Characteristics of Good Timber.
    9.4) Defects in Timber.
    9.5) Decay of Timber and remedies.
    9.6) Seasoning of Timber, necessity and methods.
    9.7) Preservation of Timber.
    9.8) Timber based Product Plywood; Block Board,Veneers, Particle wood
    9.9) Finishing to Timber a) Painting b) Polishing c) Sun mica
    Practical
    Report on Visit to a Timber Factory
    Advance Building Materials
    10.1) Study of latest materials used in Flooring, Thermal Insulation, Sound proofing, Wall finishing, structural glazing, Metal Cladding & rendering, Partitioning, and Painting
  10. Chapter 8: Reinforced Cement Concrete
    8.1) Different types of RCC members Definitions, its properties and its locations
    8.2) Ingredients of for R. C. C. Concrete
    8.3) Batching of concrete ingredients- Definition and methods, volumetric method and weight batching method of concrete mixing
    8.4) Shape and types of Reinforcing steel bars used in RCC members. Explain Terms used - Cutting of bar; Straightening of bar; Bending of bar; Hooking of bar; lapping of bar, Binding of bars, use of G.I. wire, cover for bars.
    8.5) Standard Hook length for plan M. S. bar, Standard length of “EL” for Torque steel bar
    8.6) Joints in RCC work, Necessity, Types of joints in RCC work, Construction Joint, Expansion Joint, location of joints, Material used, & Procedure of construction of Providing Joints.
    Practical
    i) Visit to site for observing Bar bending, laying of Reinforcement bars
    ii) Observe method of providing cover, placing concrete in RCC Members
    iii) Draw Figures – RCC Bars reinforcement in column Footing, column, beam, slab, lintel, Chajja, Loft
    iv) Exercise on preparing standard Bar bending Schedule
    v) Perform bar bending and binding by using G.I. wire for forming Hook, EL, Bend, Lap, stirrups of 6 mm bar for column and beam

Subject - Building Material and Construction - 2nd Year
Code No – 30440001
Theory / Practical
  1. Chapter 1: Foundation
    1.1) Necessity and Purpose of Foundation 1.2) Shallow Foundation 1.2.1) Spread Foundation 1.2.1.1) Footing for load Bearing Structure 1.2.1.2) Column Footing and combined Footing 1.3) Raft Foundation 1.4) Grillage Foundation 1.5) Deep Foundation and its types 1.5.1) Cast in-situ R.C.C. concrete pile 1.5.2) Pre cast concrete piles 1.6) Foundation in Black cotton soil, Under reamed pile
    Practical
    1) Line out for 3 to 4 Room Load Bearing Building 2) Line out for Framed structure
  2. Chapter 2: Excavation
    2.1) Manual method of Excavation 2.2) Mechanical Method of Excavation 2.3) Machines used for excavation 2.4) Disposal of Excavated Material 2.5) Dewatering of trenches different methods used 2.6) Shoring and strutting of Trenches 3.0) Precaution while excavation, Fencing, caution signs,removing excavated material
    Practical
    Visit to Site to study different methods of Excavation
  3. Chapter 3: Plain cement concrete
    3.1) Mix design of concrete and uses of different mix of concrete 3.2) Procedure of preparing concrete. Manual and machine mixing, Transporting Laying, compacting and curing of concrete 3.3) Admixtures used in concrete 3.4) Ready mix concrete
    Practical
    1) Visit to site showing ingredients and process of mixing, transportation, laying, compacting and curing of concrete 29
  4. Chapter 4: Stone Masonry
    4.1) Terms used in stone masonry 4.2) Procedure of constructing un coursed Rubble and Coursed masonry, purpose of through stone in stone masonry 4.3) Points to be observed while constructing stone Masonry
    Practical
    1) Construction of UCR stone masonry in foundation work, UCR stone masonry for compound wall (ht 1.2 m to 1.5 m)
  5. Chapter 5: Brick Masonry
    5.1) Terms used in Brick Masonry. 5.2) Construction of Brick Masonry in English bond and Flemish Bond in cement mortar, pre-construction preparation, procedure of construction, post construction precaution 5.3) Brick Masonry stretcher bond and half brick thick masonry. 5.4) Hollow and solid concrete block masonry 5.5) Fixing of Door and window Frame in masonry 5.6) Brief information of Siporex block masonry 5.7) Brief information of Concrete Block masonry
    Practical
    1) Construction of Burnt Brick Masonry in superstructures in English Bond / Flemish Bond 2) Construction of concrete block masonry in superstructure
  6. Chapter 6: Scaffolding
    6.1) Purpose and Necessity of Scaffolding 6.2) Single and Double Scaffolding, name of parts erecting Scaffolding. 6.3) Materials used for Scaffolding, Tubular steel scaffolding
    Practical
    1) Erecting Single Scaffolding up to G + 1 floor 2) Erecting Double Scaffolding up to G + 1 floor
  7. Chapter 7: Lintels and Sills
    7.1) Necessity of lintels 7.2) R.C.C. Lintels 7.3) Jambs, Sills, Head cladding, its purpose, materials used and construction procedures. 1) Study of Laying Lintels and Sills on Construction Site
    Theory Practical
  8. Chapter 8: Reinforced Cement Concrete
    8.1) Different types of RCC members Definitions, its properties and its locations 8.2) Ingredients of for R. C. C. Concrete 8.3) Batching of concrete ingredients- Definition and methods, volumetric method and weight batching method of concrete mixing 8.4) Shape and types of Reinforcing steel bars used in RCC members. Explain Terms used - Cutting of bar; Straightening of bar; Bending of bar; Hooking of bar; lapping of bar, Binding of bars, use of G.I. wire, cover for bars. 8.5) Standard Hook length for plan M. S. bar, Standard length of “EL” for Torque steel bar 8.6) Joints in RCC work, Necessity, Types of joints in RCC work, Construction Joint, Expansion Joint, location of joints, Material used, & Procedure of construction of Providing Joints.
    Practical
    i) Visit to site for observing Bar bending, laying of Reinforcement bars ii) Observe method of providing cover, placing concrete in RCC Members iii) Draw Figures – RCC Bars reinforcement in column Footing, column, beam, slab, lintel,Chajja, Loft iv) Exercise on preparing standard Bar bending Schedule v) Perform bar bending and binding by using G.I. wire for forming Hook, EL, Bend, Lap, stirrups of 6 mm bar for column and beam
  9. Chapter 9: Centering and Form work
    9.1) Definitions, Different members used in Form work and centering 9.2) Materials used in preparing centering and form work 9.3) Procedure of Erecting Centering and form work 9.4) Precautions while erecting centering and form for RCC work.
    Practical
    1) Draw Sketches of form work for column, Beams, Slab, Lintel and Chajja 2) Visit to site to study Centering and form work for abovementioned members and table formwork, Mivon formwork etc. 30
  10. Chapter 10: Pointing and Plastering
    10.1 Necessity of Pointing 10.1.1) Materials used for Pointing 10.1.2) Procedure of applying Pointing, preparation of surface to receive pointing, Procedure of applying pointing & post applying precautions 10.1.3) Type of Pointing 10.2 Necessity of Plastering 10.2.1 Materials used for plastering 10.2.2 Types of plaster internal wall plaster, External wall plaster, Ceiling plaster, different types of furnishings, Stucco plaster. 10.2.3 Procedure of plastering for each of above type, Use of machines for plastering 10.2.4 P.O.P. finish to wall
    Practical
    1) Visit to site for observing procedure for different type of plaster work 2) Hands on experience of applying plaster of size 3m x 3 m on internal & external wall surface
  11. Chapter 11: Painting 11.1. Necessity of painting, Types of paints, thinner, varnishes. Surface preparation, Use of Primers 11.2. Anti corrosive paints, its primers, its necessity 11.3. White Washing to walls and ceiling, Materials used, procedure for new and old surface 11.4. Applying Dry Distemper to walls, Material, Procedure for new and old surface 11.5. Applying Oil Bound Distemper and Emulsion, Materials used, Procedure for new and old surface 11.6. Applying Cement Paint to External walls, Materials used, Procedure for New and old surface 11.7. Applying Oil Paint Primer coat, procedure of applying oil paint to woodwork, steel work and walls. 11.8. Melamine / French polish, its application on old and new wooden surfaces
    Practical
    Hands on experience of Painting of surface with a) White wash 3m x 3m surface area b) Dry Distemper 3m x 3m surface area c) Oil Bound Distemper 3m x 3m surface area d) Cement Paint 3m x 3m surface area e) Oil Paint on new Steel work and old wood work

    Theory / Practical
    Stairs
    1.1) Definitions of Terms used in Stair. 1.2) Classification of stairs based on shape and materials used for construction. 1.3) Requirements of good stairs 1.4) Design of stair Thumb Rules for Design of Dog legged stair 1.5) Hand Rails Types and Fixing Procedure
    Practical
    1) Draw neat Sketches of any 4 types of stairs 2) Prepare design for RCC Dog-legged stair 3) Draw its plan and sectional elevation 4) Visit site to site for observing various type of stair
    Roofs
    2.1 Definition & Purpose of Roof 2.2 Technical Terms used in Roof 2.3 Types of Roofs 2.3.1 Pitched Roof 2.3.2 Lean to Roof 2.3.3 Couple Roof 2.3.4.King Post Truss and Queen Post Truss 2.3.5 Steel Trusses 2.3.6 Roof Coverings necessity & Purpose 2.4 Types of Roof Covering and Procedure of fixing a) Country Tile b) Mangalore Tile c) CGI sheet Roof – Size and procedure of fixing d) Acc sheet Roof – Type, Sizes and Procedure of fixing 2.5 Flat Roof only R.C.C. Slab
    Practical
    1. Draw sketch of couple Roof 2. Draw sketch of King post and Queen post Truss. 3. Draw Line Diagrams of steel Truss 4. Draw sketch showing details of Joint King Post for steel Truss
    Flooring
    3.1 Definition and terms used in flooring 3.2 Flooring at Plinth level, Plinth filling & Plinth PCC 3.2 Types of Floor finishes and its suitability 3.3 Procedure of Laying Tiles such as Rough Shahabad for Pavement. Cement Briquette for pavement 3.4 Procedure of Laying polished Shahabad Tile floor. 3.5 Procedure for Laying cement Tiles, Marble Mosaic Tile, ceramic Tiles and Marble Tiles on floors. 3.6 Procedure for fixing PVC tiles on floors 3.7 Skirting – Function, materials used and procedure for fixing tiles. 3.8 Dado - Function, materials used and procedure for fixing.
    Practical
    1. Fixing of Tiles for Pavement 2. Fixing of Tiles in area 3mX4m 3. Fixing Tiles for Dado
    Door And Window
    4.1 Functions of Door, Functions of window 4.2 Rules for providing Doors & windows 4.3 Parts of a Door and Window 4.4 Materials used in making of Door & window 4.5 Wooden and Steel Door and Window frame 4.6 Types of Door Shutters a) Fully paneled Shutter b) Fully glazed shutter c) Flush Door 4.7 Fixtures & fastenings for Doors 4.8 Rolling shutter, collapsible shutters, sliding doors 4.9 Types of Windows Shutter a) Fully Paneled shutter b) Fully glazed c) Sliding shutters. d) Lowered window e) Steel Window f) Aluminum sliding windows 4.10 Fixtures and Fastening for windows 4.11 Grills for window
    Practical
    1. Draw to a scale, drawing of fully paneled 2. Draw to a scale, drawing of fully glazed window 3. Visit to observe different types of doors and Windows 4. Draw Sketches of commonly used fixtures for Door & windows
    List of Books
    Building Material
    1] TTTI Chandigarh Civil Engg. Materials N. Delhi, McGraw Hill, 1992
    2] Rangwala S. C. Engg. Materials Chariot or Book Publications,
    3] Anand Gujrath Kulkarni G. J. A Textbook of engg. Materials
    Building Construction
    1] Mackay Building Construction Vol. 1 to 4 VaynStrand
    2] Mitchell Elementary Building Construction B. T. Batsford, London
    3] Molnar Building Construction Drafting and Design CBS Publications. Delhi
    4] Sushil Kumar Building Construction Delhi : Standard Publishers, 1999, 18th Ed.
    5] Arora S. P. & Bindra S. P. Building Construction Jaipur : Dhanapat rai & Sons
    6] Rangwala S. C. Building Construction Anand : Charotar & Publishing House
    Raw Material:
    Sufficient Raw Material for the Syllabus Practical should be compulsorily made available to perform the practical. (e.g. Bricks, Sand, Cement, Aggregate, Lime powder, white cement, Tiles, Reinforcement Bars, Binding wire, Color, Paint, Turpentine, Brush and other such consumable raw material )

Subject - Building Drawing and CAD - 1st Year
Code No – 30440002
Theory /Practical
    A] Building Drawing 1 Year
  1. Chapter 1: Introduction to Drawing
    1.1) Different Drawing Instrument and their use
    1.2) Letters its types, Sizes and its use in Drawing
    1.3) Convention of different lines
    1.4) Giving dimensions
    1.5) Scales and its uses
    1.6) Study of IS 962
    Practical
    1) Prepare Sheet on lettering
    2) Prepare Sheet on lines
    3) Prepare Sheets on Geometrical Construction
    4) Prepare Sheets on Conventional Sign and Symbols
  2. Chapter 2: Orthographic Projection
    2.1) Introduction to orthographic projections
    2.2) First Angle Projections Method
    2.3) Third Angle Projections Method
    2.4) Drawing orthographic Projections of simple pictorial view
    Practical
    1) 1st Angle Projections -------------------- 2 Solids
    2) 3rd Angle Projections -------------------- 2 Solids
  3. Chapter 3: Isometric View
    3.1) Method of Preparing Isometric Views
    3.2) Isometric View of Rectangular Objects
    3.3) Isometric View of Circular Objects
    3.4) Isometric View of Building
    Practical
    1) Isometric View of Rectangular Objects
    2) Isometric Vies of Circular Objects
    3) Isometric View of Building
  4. Chapter 4: Building Drawing
    Dimensions and Details of Foundation C/S. DPC, Different Types of Door and Windows, Roof Trusses, Flooring C/S, Staircase, Brick Masonry, Lintel, Arches, Chajja, C/S details of RCC Chajja, Lintel, Beam, Footing, Column, Slab, Pardi, Staircase etc.
    Practical
    Detailed Drawing of Foundation C/S. DPC, Different Types of Door and Windows, Roof Trusses, Flooring C/S, Staircase, Brick Masonry, Lintel, Arches, Chajja, C/S details of RCC Chajja, Lintel, Beam, Footing, Column, Slab, Pardi, Staircase etc.
  5. Chapter 5: Building By Laws and Standard Norms
    3.1) Definitions of Plot Area, Plinth Area, Built up Area, Carpet Area, Floor Space Index ( FSI)
    3.3) Permissible Built up Area for Residential Bldg.,Public Building
    3.4) Definition of Marginal Distance and their necessity, Normal Marginal Distances provided for Residential Buildings
    3.5) Definition and Necessity of Building Line, Development Line
    3.6) Min Dimensions for following
    3.6.1) Plinth height, Sill height, Head Room in Residential Bldg, Public Buildings, Mezzanine floor, Basements and stilts for car parking
    3.7) Minimum Dimensions of: Living Room, Bed Room, Master Bed Room, W.C. Bath, Toilet.
    3.7.1) Min. Width for passage and Balcony
    3.8) Rules for Window Opening
    3.9) Min. width of step and Landing, Head Room, Thumb Rules for fixing Rise and Tread.
    3.9.1) Permissible Height of Pardi, of Building as per FSI and Road Width
    Practical
    1) Student to Draw for A Residential. Bungalow (Load Bearing) i.e. minimum 2 Bedrooms (one Bed room with attached Toilet), 1Hall, 1Kitchen, Veranda, Staircase, Toilet block, and Car Parking.
    a) Plan, b) Elevation c) Two sections d) Schedule of door and window e) Site plan, f) Area statement, g) Construction notes. h) Schedule of finishes
  6. Chapter 6: Development of Line Plan of a Building
    4.1) Symbols and notations as per BIS 696 in Civil Engg. Drawing.
    4.2) Preparing Line Plan of Building, necessity of preparing line plan.
    4.3) Development of Plan of Residential Building having living Room, Kitchen Room, Bed Room, Bath room and w.c. with slab. Draw to scale – Plan, Elevation Sections in 3 directions
    4.4) Working drawings and its necessity.

    Practical
    2) Draw tracing of above drawing 3) Prepare ammonia sheet 4) Prepare a working drawing for Staircase, Toilet block and kitchen

Subject - Building Drawing and CAD - 2nd Year
Code No – 30440002
Theory / Practical

List of Books

Building Drawing
1] Malik, R.S. & Meo G.S. Civil Engg Drawing Delhi: New Asian Publishing
2] Shah P. J. Engg. Drawing – 1 Ahmedabad : D. J. Shah Publishing
3] Bhat N. D. Engg. Drawing Anand : Charotor
4] Gurucharan Singh Civil Engg. Drawing Delhi : Standard Publishers
5] Sane Y.S Building planning
6] Shaha Kale & Patki Building Drawing
7] Mackay W. B. IS962 Beauro of standards India (ISI)

Computer Fundamental
1] Vikas Gupta Comdex Computer Course Kit First Dreamtech
2] Henry Lucas Information Technology for management 7Th Tata Mc-Graw Hills
3] B.Ram Computer Fundamentals Architecture and Organisation Revised 3rd New Age International Publisher

CAD Books
1] Reference Manual of AutoCAD AutoDesk
2] Reference Manual of Felix cad Felix CAD
3] Reference Manual of Intel CAD
4] Reference Manual of Auto Civil
5] Reference Manual of 3D-Max

Subject - Architectural Drafting and Estimating - 1st Year
Code No – 30440005
Theory /Practical


Subject - Architectural Drafting and Estimating – 2nd Year
Code No – 30440005
Theory /Practical

List of Books

Building Construction
1] Mackay Building Construction Vol. 1 to 4 VaynStrand
2] Mitchell Elementary Building Construction B. T. Batsford, London
3] Molnar Building Construction Drafting and Design CBS Publications. Delhi
4] Sushil Kumar Building Construction Delhi : Standard Publishers, 1999, 18th Ed.
5] Arora S. P. & Bindra S. P. Building Construction Jaipur : Dhanapat rai & Sons
6] Rangwala S. C. Building Construction Anand : Charotar & Publishing House

Building Drawing
1] Malik, R.S. & Meo G.S. Civil Engg Drawing Delhi: New Asian Publishing
2] Shah P. J. Engg. Drawing – 1 Ahmedabad : D. J. Shah Publishing
3] Bhat N. D. Engg. Drawing Anand : Charotor
4] Gurucharan Singh Civil Engg. Drawing Delhi : Standard Publishers
5] Sane Y.S Building planning
6] Shaha Kale & Patki Building Drawing
7] Mackay W. B. IS962 Beauro of standards India (ISI)

Estimating and Costing
1] B. S. Patil Estimating and Costing
2] Estimation and costing for civil engg. Dutta 2004 UBSPD Delhi
3] Estimation and costingspecialisation & valuation Chakraborti,M 2004 Author -
4] A textbook on Estimation and costing and accounting Kohli,D.D. 2005 S.Chand Mumbai

Elective –II - Computer Applications– 1st Year
(Subject Code – 90000022)
Theory / Practical

Detailed Syllabus :
  1. 1.0. Introduction
    1.1. Basic Computer and its structural theory
    1.2. Input devices
    1.3. Output devices
    1.4. Storage devices
    1.5. Computer types and their applications
    1.6. Computer Software/Hardware

    Practical - Detailed Syllabus
    1.0. Computer basics
    1.1. Identification of Keyboard, Printer, Monitor Scanner, Webcam, Microphone, Speaker
    1.2. Sample collection of various type of storage devices, specifications and charts
  2. 2.0. Operating systems
    2.1. Various types of Operating systems 2.2. Comparison between the different types of OS 2.3. Network Operating systems and their features 2.4. Microsoft Disk Operating System, its nature and history. 2.5. Unix, features, merits and demerits in using Unix as OS. 2.6. Microsoft Windows, development & growth of MS Windows, features, merits and demerits of MS Windows. 2.7. MS Windows NT, features, merits & demerits 2.8. System requirements for various Operating Systems 2.9. Windows default icons and their applications
    Practical 2.1. Practice of MS DOS commands 2.2. Installation of MS Windows 2.3. Practice on Add/Remove programs 2.4. Practice on My computer, Display properties, My documents, My Network places
  3. 3.0. Microsoft Word
    3.1. Introduction to MS Office 3.2. MS Word applications 3.3 Creation of Document and file operations 3.4. Formatting features of document 3.5. Modification/ editing documents 3.6. Inserting images, files, tables, symbols and various attributes 3.7. Creating and formatting of tables 3.8. Mail merge
    3.9. Page layout and design features 3.10. Spell & grammar check in documents 3.10. Print preview & printing of documents 3.11. Converting documents to PDF files.
    Practical
    3.0. Documentation
    3.1. Create and save a document 3.2. Format the text with different font size,font styles 3.3. Setting up different page sizes,orientation. 3.4. Making various type of documents like Bio Data, letters, project reports 3.5. Printing of documents
  4. 4.0. Microsoft Excel
    4.1. Introduction to Excel and its applications 4.2. Features of MS Excel 4.3. Outline of Worksheet & Workbook 4.4. Data types 4.5. Study of various menus of MS Excel 4.6. Creation of worksheet, editing worksheets, save,copy & deleting worksheets. 4.7. Functions of MS Excel 4.8. Formulas of MS Excel. 4.9. Types of charts, creation of data Charts, editing and insertion of charts. 4.10. Sort facility 4.11. Interconnecting Charts 4.12. Page setup, printing worksheets, charts… etc. 4.13. Converting Worksheets to PDF files.
    Practical
    4.0. Practice of Worksheets
    4.1. Create and save worksheets 4.2. Editing the worksheets 4.3. Formatting worksheets 4.4. Insert charts 4.5. Making worksheets using formulas & functions 4.6. Making worksheets & printing with different formatting effects 4.7. Making worksheets with images, numbers and print them
  5. 5.0. MS Power point
    5.1. General Introduction 5.2. Features & Applications of MS Power point 5.3. Creating Presentations 5.4. Study of different layouts and making presentations using different layouts 5.5. Using different animation effects. 5.6. Add Audio/Voice and visual effects to slides. 5.5. Filtration 5.6. Converting presentations to PDF files. 5.7. Inserting images, symbols to slides
    Practical
    5.0. Power Point practice
    5.1. Create Slides of different types 5.2. Running presentations 5.3. Add slide transition effects and run slide show 5.4. Make presentations with audio/visual effects. 5.5. Printing PPT files 5.6. Making PDF format of PPT files
  6. 6.0. Networking & Internet Utilities
    6.1. General Introduction of Computer Networking 6.2. Requirements/ Applications of Computer Networking 6.3. Layouts of Different Networks 6.4. Study of various Networking components 6.5. Limitations and merits of different topologies 6.6. Study of Server/client concept 6.7. Internet & its applications 6.8. Email and Chatting 6.9. E-trading concepts 6.10. Downloading files (Text and media files)
    Practical
    6.0. Networking practice
    6.1. Identifying different network components 6.2. Collecting samples, charts, images of different networking components. 6.3. Installation of Network Interface card 6.4. Getting connected to Internet and accessing the internet 6.5. Creating personalized Email account 6.6. Chatting (Text and Voice chat) 6.7. Searching/surfing for the information in different sites. 6.8. Downloading
  7. 7.0. Project work
    7.1. Understand the concept of making projects and preparing the project reports.
    7.2. Preparation of a project using the software skills learned during the course.
    Practical
    7.0. Project Work
    7.1. Making a working model/project using MS Excel/Power Point
    7.2. Project Report

Elective –II - Computer Applications– 2nd year
(Subject Code – 90000022)
Theory / Practical
Detailed Syllabus :
  1. 1.0. Introduction MS Access 1.1. Objects of learning MS Access 1.2. Applications of MS Access 1.3. Database and Database Management System 1.4. Elements of Database Management System 1.5. Types of Data Bases & the merits & demerits
    Practical
    1.0. Study of overview of MS Access 1.1. Accessing MS Access and its menus to get familiar with it
  2. 2.0. Controlling Data Entry 2.1. Restrict Data Entry using field properties 2.2. Establish a pattern for entering field values 2.3. Create a list of values for a field
    Practical
    2.0. Creating Data Tables,Designing Fields and setting field properties
  3. 3.0. Joining Tables and creating Queries 3.1. Create Query joins 3.2. Join unrelated tables 3.3. Relate data within a table 3.4. Set Select Query properties 3.5. Create Parameter Queries 3.6. Create Action Queries
    Practical
    3.0. Creating Queries
  4. 4.0. Forms & Reports
    4.1. Design a Form Layout 4.2. Enhance the appearance of a Form 4.3. Restrict Data entry in forms 4.4. Adding a command button to a Form 4.5. Create a Subform 4.6. Organize report information 4.7. Format the report 4.8. Set Report Control properties 4.9. Control Report pagination 4.10. Summarize Report information 4.11. Add a sub report to an existing report 4.12. Create a mailing label report
    Practical
    4.0. Practicing Forms and Reports
    4.1. Creating different forms using different layouts 4.2. Data entry in to the forms 4.3. Creating different Reports using different layouts 4.4. Data formatting in to reports
  5. 5.0. Sharing data across applications 5.1. Import data in to Access 5.2. Export data from Access 5.3. Analyze Access data in Excel 5.4. Export Access data to a Text file 5.5. Merge Access data with a Word document
    Practical
    5.0. Practice:
    5.1. Import Excel sheets in to Access 5.2. Import Tables in to Access 5.3. Export Access tables in to Excelformat 5.4 Export Access data to a Text file 5.5. Merging data
  6. 6.0. Study of Application packages
    6.1. Introduction to application oriented software packages 6.2. Study of Railway reservation Package 6.3. Study of different modules and menus available in online Railway Reservation Package 6.4. Study of Banking packages 6.5. Study of Library Management packages 6.6. Study of Inventory control packages 6.7. Study of School Management Packages
    Practical
    6.0. Practice
    6.1. Collection of different trial packages 6.2. Visiting Organizations to collect different formats and procedures used in the system 6.3. Creating forms and Reports for the different packages using appropriate data bases
  7. 7.0. Project work 7.1. Understand the concept of making projects and preparing the project reports. 7.2. Visiting different organizations to have an idea of different packages 7.3. Preparation of a project using the software skills learned during the course.
    Practical
    7.0. Project Work
    7.1. Making a working model/project using MS Access
    7.2. Project Report

Elective – II - Business Mathematics – 1st year
(Subject Code – 90000023)
Theory /Practical
Detailed Syllabus:
  1. 1.0. Logarithms 1.1. Introduction to logarithms 1.2. Laws of logarithm, characteristics and mantissa Practice:
    1. At least 5 to 10 exercises per chapter 2. One home/class assignment per chapter
  2. 2.0. Sets, Relations and functions 2.1. Study of Relation, Function 2.2. Types of functions 2.3. Domain, Co – domain, Range of a function 2.4. Composite and Inverse functions 2.5. Graphs of functions
  3. 3.0. Complex Numbers 3.1. Definition of complex numbers 3.2. Line
  4. 4.0 Quadratic Equations 4.1 Nature of roots of Quadratic Equation 4.2 Sum and Product of roots of quadratic equations 4.3 Formation of Quadratic Equations 4.4 Symmetric functions of roots 4.5 Cubs roots unity
  5. 5.0. Determinants 5.1 Determinant of order three 5.2 Applications of Determinants
  6. 6.0. Trigonometric ratios
    1.1. Angles & its measurements 1.2. Trigonometric ratios 1.3. Relation between degree and radian. 1.4. Fundamental identities. 1.5. Examples based on Fundamental Identities 1.6. Trigonometric ratios of sum and difference of two angles 1.7. Factorization formulae 1.8. Inverse trigonometric functions 1.9. Properties of a Triangle
  7. 7.0. Plane Co-ordinate Geometry 7.1. Locus 7.2. Line
  8. 8.0 Partition values and measure of dispersion 8.1 Partition values 8.2 Measures of Dispersion
  9. 9.0. Moments Skewness Kurtosis 9.1 Moments 9.2. Skewness 9.3 Kurtosis
  10. 10.0. Bivariate frequency distribution and correlation 10.1.Bivariate frequency distribution 10.2 Bivariate Correlation 10.3 Rank correlation
  11. 11.0. Permutations and Combinations 11.1 Factorial notation 11.2 Principle of counting 11.3 Permutations 11.4 Combinations
  12. 12.0. Probability
    12.1 Types of Event 12.2 Addition Theorem 12.3 Conditional Probability
  13. 13.0. Random Variable and Probability Distribution 13.1 Definition and Types of Random variable 13.2 Probability Distribution of random variable 13.4. Risk and uncertainty
  14. 14.0. Commercial Arithmetic 14.1 Commission Brokerage 14.2 Discount 14.3 Insurance

Elective – II - Business Mathematics – 2nd Year
(Subject Code – 90000023)
Theory/ Practical

1.Mathematical Logic
1.1 Statements and logical connectives 1.2 Statement pattern and logical equivalence 1.3 Venn Diagram
2. Matrices
2.1 Definition and Types matrices 2.2 Algebra Matrices 2.3 Inverse of a Matrix 2.4 Solution of Equations
3. Limit and Continuity
3.1 Definition 3.2 Algebra of limits 3.3 Application of Standard limits 3.4 Continuity of a function at a point
4. Differentiation
4.1 definition of Derivative 4.2 Derivative from first principles 4.3 Rules of Differentiation 4.4 Derivative of composite functions 4.5Derivative of Inverse functions 4.6 Logarithmic Differentiate 4.7 Derivates of Implicit functions 4.8 Derivatives of Parametric functions. 4.9 Second order derivatives
5. Application of Derivatives
5.1 Increasing and Decreasing functions 5.2 maxima and Minima 5.3 Approximation and Error
6. Integration
6.1 Definition of an integral 6.2 Integral of standard functions 6.3 Rules of Integration 6.4 Methods of Integrations Integration by parts 6.5 Definite Integrals
7. Differential Equations
7.1 Definition
7.2 Formation of Differential Equations
7.3 Solution of first order and first degree differential equations
7.4 Applications of Differential equations
1.Theory of Attributes 1.1 Introduction Notation and class frequencies 1.2 Consistency of data 1.3 independence of Attributes 1.4 Association of Attributes
8. Regression Analysis
8.1 Introduction
8.2. Data and information 8.3. Tabulation of data 8.4. Graphs and diagrams, scatter diagrams, histograms, bar charts…etc 8.5 Equation of lines of regression 8.6 Regression coefficient and its properties
9. Numerical Methods
9.1 Finite differences 9.2 Interpolation with equal intervals 9.3 Interpolation with unequal intervals 9.4 Numerical integration
10. Discrete Probability Distribution
10.1 Binomial Theorem 10.2 Binomial Distribution 10.3 Poisson Distribution
11. Management Mathematics
11.1 linear programming problem 11.2 Assignment problem 11.3 Sequencing
12. Demography
12.1 Introduction, definition, Uses of vital statistics 12.2 Measurements of Mortality 12.3 Life tables
13. Index Number
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Definition and Notations of index numbers 13.3 Types of index number 13.4 Construction of index number 13.5 cost of living index number 13.6 Uses of cost of living index number
14.0. Spread sheets
14.1. Introduction to spread sheets 14.2. Features and functions of spread sheet softwares 14.3. Use and limitations of spread sheet softwares in business 14.4. Apply spread sheet software to the manual work of chartered management accountant.
Practice:
1. Using spread sheet package
2. Entering data in to Spread sheet
3. Making graphs the selected data using Spread sheet packages
4. Using functions and formulas
5. Making accounts using Spread sheet packages