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Old 5th May 2015, 01:22 PM
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Default VTU MCA Syllabus

I have completed my BCA and want to take admission in MCA from the VTU (Visvesvaraya Technological University) looking for the MCA first semester syllabus. Will you please provide me the syllabus? Also provide me the MCA all semester syllabus in PDF format?
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Old 13th July 2016, 11:11 AM
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I have completed BCA degree and planning to pursue MCA degree from Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU). Will you please provide 1st year course structure for MCA degree so I get to know about subjects available also tell what the fees for doing MCA?
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Old 13th July 2016, 12:28 PM
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Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) is a collegiate public state university in Karnataka State, India.

Below I am providing you 1st year VTU MCA Syllabus:

1st semester syllabus:

MCA11A Accounting & Financial Management
MCA11B Mathematics
MCA12 Discrete Mathematical Structures
MCA13 Introduction to Computers
MCA14 Programming in C
MCA15 Business English
MCA16 Accountancy Lab
MCA17 C programming Lab
MCA18 Information Technology Lab

2nd semester syllabus:

MCA21 COBOL programming & Applications
MCA22 Introduction to UNIX
MCA23 Data Structures using C
MCA24 System Simulation & Modelling
MCA25 Communication, Management & Ethics
MCA26 COBOL Programming Lab
MCA27 Data Structures using C Lab
MCA28 UNIX Programming Lab

MCA fees:

Tuition Fees:

Registration fees:


Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU)
Jnana Sangama, VTU Main Road, Machhe
Belagavi, Karnataka 590018
Phone: 0831 249 8196
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Old 14th May 2018, 10:00 PM
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I have completed B.Tech CSE Degree in last year and recently have taken admission in MCA Program at Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU). I need syllabus of 1st Semester Course. So do you know on which site I can download detailed syllabus of MCA 1st Semester Course of Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU)?
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Old 14th May 2018, 10:01 PM
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As you are looking for detailed syllabus of MCA 1st Semester Course offering by Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), so I am providing detailed syllabus:

Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) MCA 1st Semester Syllabus:
1st SEM:
16MCA1 Data structures using C
16MCA1 Unix Programming
16MCA1 Web Technologies
16MCA1 Computer Organization
16MCA1 Discrete Mathematical Structures
16MCA1 Data structures using C Laboratory
16MCA1 Unix Programming Laboratory
16MCA1 Web Programming Laboratory

16MCA1 Data structures using C
Overview of C
Input and output statements scanf, getchar, gets, printf, putchar, puts; Control
Statements if, else-if, switch, Control Structures while, for, do-while, break and
continue, goto.Functions: Categories of functions, Call by Value, Call by reference.
Arrays: Definition, Representation, Single dimension, Two dimensional, Multidimensional
Arrays, Passing arrays to functions, passing strings to functions

Pointers, Pointer Expression, Pointer as function arguments, Functions returning
pointers, Pointers to functions, Structures: Declaring and using structure types.
Classification of Data Structures:Primitive and Non- Primitive, Linear and Nonlinear;
Data structure Operations, ADT, Array as ADT, Operations - Insert, Delete, Search,
Sort, String Definition, Representation, String as ADT, Operations Insert, Delete,
Concatenate, Comparing, Substring.

Stack: Definition, Representation, Stack as ADT, Operations and Applications: Polish
and reverse polish expressions, Infix to postfix conversion, evaluation of postfix
expression, infix to prefix, postfix to infix conversion; Recursion - Factorial, GCD,
Fibonacci Sequence, Tower of Hanoi Queue: Definition, Representation, Queue as
ADT, Operations, Queue Variants: Circular Queue, Priority Queue, Double Ended
Queue; Applications of Queues. Programming Examples.

Linked List:Limitations of array implementation, Memory Management: Static (Stack)
and Dynamic (Heap) Memory Allocation, Memory management functions. Definition,
Representation, Operations: getnode() and Freenode() operations, Types: Singly
Linked List. Linked list as a data Structure, Inserting and removing nodes from a list,
Linked implementations of stacks, Example of list operations such as insert and delete an element before a key element, Header nodes, Array implementation of
lists.: Circular Linked List: Inserting, deleting and searching elements in a lists,
Double Linked List: Inserting and Deleting Nodes, Queue as doubly linked lists, such
as insert into position, Delete an specified element. Application of Linked Lists:
Stacks, Queues, Double-ended Queues, Priority Queues, Sparse Matrix and
Polynomials using Lists, Trees, BST.

Trees: Definitions, Terminologies, Array and linked Representation of Binary Trees,
Types- Complete/full, Almost Complete, Strictly, Skewed; Traversal methods -
Inorder, postorder, preorder; Binary Search Trees - Creation, Insertion, Deletion,
Traversal, Searching. Sorting & Searching: Bubble sort, Insertion Sort, Selection sort,
Quick sort, Linear Search, Binary Search and BST. Hashing: The Hash Table
organizations, Hashing Functions, Static and Dynamic Hashing, Collision-Resolution
Techniques, Programming Examples.

16MCA1 Unix Programming
Introductionof UNIX and Shell:
Introduction, History, Architecture, Experience the Unix environment, Basic
commands ls, cat, cal, date, calendar, who, printf, tty, sty, uname, passwd, echo,
tput, bc, script, spell and ispell, Introduction to Shell Scripting, Shell Scripts, read,
Command Line Arguments, Exit Status of a Command, The Logical Operators &&
and ||, exit, if, and case conditions, expr, sleep and wait, while, until, for, $, @,
redirection. The here document, set, trap, Sample Validation and Data Entry

UNIX File System:
The file, whats in a filename? The parent-child relationship, pwd, the Home
directory, absolute pathnames, using absolute pathnames for a command, cd,
mkdir, rmdir, Relative pathnames, The UNIX file system. Basic File Attributes: Is
l, the d option, File Permissions, chmod, Security and File Permission, users and
groups, security level, changing permission, user masks, changing ownership and
group, File Attributes, More file attributes: hard link, symbolic link, umask, find.

Simple Filters:
Pr, head, tail, cut, paste, sort, uniq, tr commands, Filters using Regular Expression :
grep&sedgrep, Regular Expression, egrep, fgrep, sed instruction, Line Addressing,
Inserting and Changing Text, Context addressing, writing selected lines to a file, the
f option, Substitution, Prosperities of Regular Expressions Context addressing, writing
selected lines to a file, the f option, Substitution, Properties of Regular Expressions.

Awk and Advanced Shell Programming:
Awk-Advanced Filters: Simple awk Filtering, Splitting a Line into Fields, printf, the
Logical and Relational Operators, Number Processing, Variables, The f option, BEGIN and END positional Parameters, get line, Built-in variables, Arrays, Functions,
Interface with the Shell, Control Flow. The sh command, export, cd, the Command,
expr, Conditional Parameter Substitution, Merging Streams, Shell Functions, eval,
Exec Statement and Examples

Process and System Administration:
Process basics, PS, internal and external commands, running jobs in background,
nice, at and batch, cron, time commands, Essential System Administration root,
administrators privileges, startup & shutdown, managing disk space, cpio, tar,
Customizing the Environment : System Variables, profile, sty, PWD, Aliases,
Command History, On-line Command Editing. Advanced System Administration: Case
Study: emacs editor and any one distribution of Linux.
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