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29th April 2015, 11:13 AM
SGBAU Syllabus of Information Technology

After B.E. in I.T I want to take admission in M.E.(Part Time) Information Technology Course at SABU (Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University) and looking for Syllabus of this course to compare it with Syllabus of other Universities so please provide me the same?
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9th May 2018, 09:24 AM
Re: SGBAU Syllabus of Information Technology

I want the syllabus of Syllabus of M.E.(Part Time) Information Technology of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati so can you provide me?
9th May 2018, 09:26 AM
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Re: SGBAU Syllabus of Information Technology

I am providing you the Syllabus of M.E.(Part Time) Information Technology of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati

SGBAU M.E.(Part Time) Information Technology Syllabus



Unit-I : Introduction to OS Internals. Overview of OS and Kernel, Linux
and classic UNIX kernels. Kernel Source tree. Process
management in Linux: Process descriptor and task structure,
process creation, implementation of threads, process
termination, process scheduling.

Unit-II : Process Scheduling in Linux: The Linux Scheduling Algorithm,
Preemption and Context Switching, Real-Time, SchedulerRelated System Calls, System Calls: Handler, Implementation
and Context. Interrupts and Interrupt Handlers.

Unit-III : Kernel Synchronization in Linux: Critical Regions and Race
Conditions, Locking, Deadlocks, Contention and Scalability.
Kernel Synchronization Methods: Spin Locks, Semaphores,
Completion Variables. Preemption Disabling.

Unit-IV : Time Management in Linux: Kernel Notion of Time, Hardware
Clocks and Timers, The Timer Interrupt Handler, Delaying
Execution. Memory Management in Linux: pages, zones,
kmalloc, vmalloc, slab layer allocator, statically allocating on
the stack, high memory mapping. Per-CPU Allocations.
Unit-V : The Virtual File System in Linux: common file system interface,
file abstraction layer, UNIX file system, VFS, dentry object,
Super block object, file object, data structure associated with
file systems and with a process. The Block I/O Layer and I/O
Scheduler in Linux.
Unit-VI : The Process Address Space, the Memory Descriptor, Memory
Areas, Page Tables. The Page Cache and Page Write back:
Page Cache, Radix Tree, Buffer Cache. Linux Kernel Modules:
Building, installing, Loading and managing. Portability in Linux.

Robert Love, Linux Kernel Development Pearson Education, 2/e.


i. Daniel Bovet, Understanding the Linux Kernel OReilly
Publications 2/e.
ii. Rubini and J. Corbet . Linux Device Drivers. OReilly and
Associates, 2001.
iii. D. Mosberger an d S . Erania n. IA-64 Linux Kernel: Design &
Implementation. Prentice Hall, 2002
.iv. M.McKusick and G.Neville-Neil .The Design and Implementation of
the FreeBSD Operating System. Addison-Wesley, 2004.


Unit - I : Introduction to Database Processing, File Processing Systems,
Definition of Database. The Entity-Relationship(E-R) Model:
Element of the E-R Model, E-R Diagrams, Examples, Database
as Models of Models. The Semantic Object Model: Semantic
Objects, Creating Data Models with Semantic Objects, Types
of Objects, Comparison of the Semantic Object and the E-R

Unit - II : The Relational Model and Normalization: The Relational Model,
normalization, First through Fifth Normal Forms, Domain Key
Normal Forms, The Synthesis of Relations, Multi-Value
Dependencies, Iteration, Optimization.

Unit III : Database Design using Entity-Relationship Models:
Transformation of Entity Relationship Models into Relational
Database Designs, Example Design. Trees, Networks. Database
Design with Semantic Object Models: Transformation of
Semantic Objects into Relational Database Design, Sample

Unit IV: Foundation of Relational Implementation: Defining Relational
Data, Relational Data manipulation, Relational Algebra. SQL:
Querying a Single Table, Querying Multiple Tables, Exist and
Not Exists, Changing Data. Database Application Design:
Creating, Reading, Updating and Deleting View Instances, Form
Design, Report Design, Enforcing Constraints, Security and
Control, Application Logic.

Unit V : Managing Multi-User Databases: Database Administration,
Concurrency Control, Database Security, and Database
Recovery. Managing Database with Oracle: Creating an Oracle
Database, Application Logic, Data Dictionary, Concurrency
Control, Oracle Security, Oracle Backup and Recovery.

Unit VI:Networks, Multi-Tier Architecture, and XML: Network
Environments, Multi-Tier Architecture, Markup Languages
HTML and DHTML, XML-Extensible Markup Language. ODBC,
OLE DB, ADO and ASP: The Web Server Data Environment,
Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) Standard, JDBC, Java
Server Pages, MySQL.
8 9

1. David M. Kroenke: Database Processing- Fundamentals, Design and
Implementation, 8Edition (PHI)th .
1. C.J. Date: Database Processing, (Addison Wesley).
2. R. Ramakrishnan: Database Management Systems, (McGraw Hill).
3. Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant B. Navathe: Fundamentals of Database
Systems, 2nd Edition.
1NMEP3 LAB-I (Based on 1NMEP1 & 1NMEP2)



Unit - I : Introduction to Multimedia Systems design, Elements, Systems
architecture & technologies, Objects for multimedia systems ,
Multimedia data interface standards, Multimedia Databases,
Data Compression need, lossy and lossless compression, binary
image compression Schemes, color, grey and still video image
compression , Full motion video compression , audio

Unit II : Data and file format standards RTF, TIFF,RIFF, MIDI , JPEG
AVI, MPEG Standards, video and image display systems, image
scanners , Digital voice and audio, Digital camera, video images
and animation, Full motion video.

Unit III : Unit III Telecommunications considerations for Multimedia,
Specialised processors, ISDN, LAN and WAN for Enterprise
Multimedia Applications, Distributed Object Model, Multimedia
communication protocols (UDP , RTP , RTCP , TELNET)
Multimedia Applications and Design issues, Virtual Reality
Design, Components of Multimedia Systems,, Application
Workflow & Distributed Application Design Issues.

Unit IV : Multimedia Authoring and User Interface, Design
Considerations, Hypermedia Applications, Information Access
Object display, Hypermedia Messaging, Integrated document

Unit V : Distributed Multimedia Systems, Components, Client-server
Operation, Object Server, Network Performance Issues
Distributed Multimedia databases, managing distributed

For complete syllabus here is the attachment


Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University
Camp Area, Near Tapovan Gate, Amravati, Maharashtra 444602
0721 266 2173
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