उत्सव, विकास अनि ब्लग जिन्दगी

Basic Computer Concept EG540CT

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1. Fundamentals( 2 hours)
1.1 Evolution of Computer
1.2 Classification
1.2.1 Operation: Analog and Digital
1.2.2 Uses: General purpose and Specific purpose
1.2.3 Capacity: Mainframe, Mini, Personal, and Super computer

2. Basic Architecture( 7 hours)
2.1 Building blocks of a PC
2.1.1 CPU
2.1.2 Memory
2.1.3 Input
2.1.4 Output
2.2 The Storage devices: Floppy Disk and Harddisk
2.3. Introduction of Peripherals

3. Operating System( 4 hours)
3.1 Definition and Classification
3.2 Functions of Operating System
3.3 DOS
3.4 Windows
3.5 Mac OS
3.6 Unix
3.7 OS/2

4. Programming Languages, Interpreters and Compilers(4 hours)
4.1 Introduction and basic elements of programming language
4.2 Classification of programming language
4.3 Characteristics of Computer program
4.4 Assembler, Interpreter, and Compiler
4.5 Introduction to programming languages

5. Software Applications( 5 hours)
5.1 Word Processor
5.2 Spreadsheet
5.3 Database
5.4 Graphics
5.5 Engineering
5.6 Customized Packages

6. Peripherals and Accessories( 10 hours)
6.1 Printer/Plotter
6.2 Scanner
6.3 Mouse/Digitizer
6.4 CD-ROM/Optical Drive/Tape Drive

7. Network and Internet( 12 hours)
7.1 Peer to peer and Dedicated server types
7.2 Topologies: Bus, Ring and Star
7.3 Network Cabling: 10Base2, 10BaseT, 10Base5, 100BaseT, Hub, Terminator, T
7.4 Networking Operating System: Novell NetWare, Windows NT, LANtastic, Windows95, SCO Unix, Banyan Vines, LAN Manager
7.5 Advantages, Disadvantages
7.6 The Internet

8. Computer Application( 1 hour)
8.1 Computer Application
8.2 Impact of Computers on Society
8.3 Future development

Laboratory:
1. Six lab exercises covering computer hardware and Software.
2. Demonstration of Computer Network.

References:
1. Winn Rosch, “Hardware Bible”
2. P. K. Sinha, “Computer Fundamentals”

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