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UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT
(Abstract)
B.Com Programme - Core Course - Cornputer Application - syllabus approved
- irnplemented - with effect from 2010 academic year onwards - Orders issued.
GENERAL AND ACADEMIC BRANCH
No,GA IV / EZ |1i30 /
- IV'E'SECTION
Dated, Calicut University.P.O., 06-71-2010
201,0
Read:- 1. U.O. No.GA I/83/6792/04 dated25-06-2009
2. Item No.1 of the minutes of the meeting of Board of studies in
Commerce UG held on 02-09-2010.
ORDER
The Regulation, Scheme and Syllabus of B.Com prograrune under Choice
based Credit Semester System in the affiliated colleges of tf," University was
implemented with effect from 2009 admission onwards vide U.O. read as 1't.
As per PaPer read as 2"d the Boarcl of Studies prepared the syllabi for the
core course Computer Application.
Considering the urgency of the matter Vice-Chancellor exercising the
Powers of Academic Council has approved the syliabus of the core course
Computer Application of B.Com progrum, subject io ratification iy Academic
Council.
Sanction has therefore been accorded for implementing the syllabi of the
core course Ccnrputer Application of B.Com programme with effect from 2010
academic ,rt:ar onwards subject to ratification of Acaclemic Council.
Orders
tre issued accordingly.
(Syllabus appended)
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SECTION OFFICER
UNIVERS]TY OF GALICUT
B.COM (CCSS)2ooe
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GORE COURSES IN THE AREA OF SPEGIALISATION
D. COMPUTER APPLIGATIONS
BC5B1O FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS
Lecture Hours
S
Gredits 4
Objective: To enable the students to acquire basic knowledge in the fundamentals of computers and its
applications in the various.areas of business.
Module 1: Exploring the Gomputer (10 Hrs)
Gomputer - definition - Gomputer users - Computer for individual users ' Gomputer for
organizations - Computer in society -Components of Computer - input unit - output unit storage unit CPU- ALU - control unit - registers - computer hardware - System software '
Application software.
Module ll Computer systems (10 Hrs)
Gomputer systems - Types of Gomputer systems- Micro, Mini, Mainframe and Super Gomputers
-'Analog, Digital and Hybrid Gomputers - Business and Scientific Gomputer systems - First,
second, third and fourth generation Computers - Laptop and notebook Gomputers
Module lll Data Processing (18 Hrs)
Computer data - lnformation - Data Processing - Data Storage and Data retrieval capabilities storage devices - primary memory - RAM, ROM, PROM, EPROM, cache memory ' secondary
memory - magnetic tape, hard disk, Compact disks - lmportance of computers in business Computer applications in various areas of business- Gomputer related jobs in business.
Module lV Peripheral devices (10 Hrs)
lnput deviceis - keyboard, mouse, scanner - output devices - monitor - VDU, LCD, CRT - printers
- Gommonly used printers, High-quality printers, Thermal-wax printers, Dye-sublimation
printers, Plotters.
1.
Module V Operating Systems (12 Hrs)
- Windows - UNIX - Windows
NT - WindowsgS - Windows XP - Types of operating Systems: Batch, Online and Real time
system - Time sharing, Multiprogramming and Multiprocessing systems -
Operating Systems: DOS - lnternat co)mmands - External commands
Module Vl Networking (15 Hrs)
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Sharing data anywhere, anytime - The uses of a network - Commoh types
- structure of network - Network topologies and protocols Network media - Network hardware - Local and Wide Area Network - EGommerce - lnternet Extranet - E-mail and its uses - World Wide Web.
Networking Basics
of networks - Hybrid networks
Books for Reference
1. Computer and Gommon Sense-Roger Hunt and John Shelley
2. Using Micro Gomputers- Bright man and Dims dale
3. 4. lntroduction to Computers-Alexis Leon and Mathews Leon
4. Michael Miller, Absolute Begiriner's guide to computer Basics,
Fourth Edition, Pearson Education (2007)
5. Peter Norton, lntroduction to computers, Sixth Edition Tata
McGraw Hill (2007)
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BCs 811 BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Lecture Hours
u
4
:"?li:H:,,Iir:Uli:,9:,:::iiT:loacquire
"redits
basic knowredse in the rnformation rechnorosy
and ils
Module I lnformation Technology in Business
(15 Hrs)
Business Pressures - Global competition
' Real-time operations - work force Gustomer aehaviou] Technologicat tnnovation and obsotescence
-organizational responses - Strategic
Altiances - office
Automation Technologies 'overview of lnformation
systems - lr Support at different organizationat
tevers
- Managing !nformation systems
in Organizations.
Module l! Data, lnformation and Knowtedge (15
Hrs)
Definition of information - History of lnformation
- euality of lnformation _lnformation processing
Management decision making - lr support
for management decision making - Data transformation
and
management - Decision Support Systems (DSS)
- characteristics and
of DSS -components
and structures of DSS - Data and information
"rp"uiliti."
analysis.
Module
lll- lnformation
Systems for Enterprise (15 Hrs)
lnformation and enterprises'lnformation
systems to support business functions - Functional
information
systems - Management information systems Transaction processing information systems lntegrated
information systems ' Enterprise Resource
Planning (ERp) - Advantages of ERp - Benefits
of
an ERp
system - lnter-organizational information systems
- Globa! information systems - Information
as a
competitive weapon.
Module lV - Data Base Management Systems (15
Hrs)
DBMS - Definition - Necessity of a database
- Gharacteristics of database -Database management
systems ' Types of database management
systems - Logical data models - Hierarchical
model - Network
model ' Relational model - object-oriented
model - ob;elt relational, model - Deductive/inference
model Gomparison between various database models.
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Module V - Computer Software (15 Hrs)
Definition - Hardware/Software interaction - Software categories -'Retail software - Public domain
software - Shareware - Freeware - Cripple ware - Classification of software - Utilities - Compliers and
interpreters - Word processor - Spreadsheets Presentation software - lmage processors - Enterprise
software.
Books for Reference:
to lnformation Systems, Alexis Leon, Mathews Leon, and Vijay Nicole imprints private
Limited, Chennai,2004
1. lntroduction
2.
Management lnformation Systems, Uma G Gupta, Galgotia Publications Pvt Ltd, New Delhi, 1998
3. Software Project Management, Third Edition, Bob Hughes and Mike Cotterell, Tata McGraw-Hill
a
Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi,2004
4. lnformation Technology for Management-Henry G.Lucas
4
BC6B14 OFFICE AUTOMATION TOOLS
Lecture Hours 5
Gredits 4
Objective: To enable the students to acquire basic knowledge in the various office automation toots and
its applications in the various areas of business.
Module l: MS-Word (Theory 15 hours and practical 10 hours)
Word Basics : Starting word - Creating a new document - Opening preexisting document - The parts of a
word window - Typing text - Selecting text - Deleting text - Undo Redo-- Repeat - lnserting text Replacing text ' Formatting text - Cut - Copy - Paste - Formatting Text and Documents - Auto format Line spacing
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Margins - Borders and Shading.
Headers and Footers : Definition - creating basic headers and footers
-Tables - Creating table - adding
changing Deleting rows - lnserting changing Deleting column - Graphics - lmporting griphics Glipart lnsert p.icture - Ctip Art Gallery - drawing objects - text in drawing.
Templates: Template types - using templates - exploring templates - modifying templates.
Macros: Macro - Record in macros - editing macros - running a macro_
Mail Merge: Mail Merge concept
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Main document
- data sources - merging
document - Overview of word menu options - word basic tool bar.
data source and main
Module ll: MS EXCEL (Theory 15 hours and practical 10 hours) Electronic Spreadsheet - Structure of
spreadsheet and its applications to accounting, finance, and marketing functions of business - Creating a
dynamig / sensitive worksheet - Concept of absotute and relative cell reference - Using built in functions Goal srieking and solver tools - Using graphics and formatting of worksheet - Shaiing data with other
desktop applications - Strategies of creating error- free worksheet.
Module lll: Ms-Power Point (Theory
t
hours and practical 6 hours)
Power Point : Basics - Terminology - Getting started - Views - Greating Presentations - Using auto
content wizard - Using blank presentation option - Using design template option - Adding slides - Oeleting
a slide - lmporting lmages from the outside world - Drawing in power point - Transition and build effects Deleting a slide - Numbering a slide - Saving presentation - Glosing presentation - Printing presentation
elements.
Module
lV:
The internet and its basic concepts (Theory 10 hours)
lnternet concept - History - Development in lndia - Technological foundation of internet - Distributed
computing - Client - server computing - internet protocol suite - Application of distributed computing Client server computing - lnternet protocol suite in the internet environment - Domain Name System
(DNS)'Generic Top Level Domain (g TLD) - Gountry code Top Level Domain (cc TLD)- lndian - Allocation
of second level domains - IP addresses - lnternet Protocol - Applications of internet in business,
Education, Governance, etc.
Books for Reference
1. Ron Mansfield, Working in Microsoft office, Tata McGraw Hill(2008)
2. Ed Bott, woody Leonhard, using Microsoft Office 2007, Pearson
Education (2007)
3. PGSoftware Made Simple-R.K.Taxali
4. Office 2000 complete reference - Stephen L.Nelson
5. Quick course in Micro-soft office - Joyce Cox, Polly Orban
6. Mastering Office 2000 - Gimi Gouster
7. Rajkamal, lnternet and web Technologies, Tata McGraw Hill (2007)
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BC6B15 GOMPUTERISED ACCOUNTING WITH TALLY
Lecture Hours
Credits 4
5
accounting systems
objective: To enable the students to acquire basic knowledge in the computerised
and its applications in the area of business
(Out of the 75 lecture hours, the ratio between theory and practical hours shall be 3:2)
Module l(Shours)
- mode of accounting
lntroduction to accounting - accounting basis and terms - branches of accounting
fundamentals.
- manual accounting - computerized accounting
Module ll (10 hours)
configuration - company
Accounting with rally - lntroduction to Tally - tally interface- - f11 features-f12
entry'
vouchers
creation - accounting lrorp" - accounting tedgers - accounting vouchers
Module lll (10 hours)
- unit of measures
lnventory management with tally - stock groups - stock items - stock category
godowninventoryvouchers(Pureinventoryandinventoryvouchers)
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Module IV (15 hours)
lntegration of accou
category - budget an
valuation methods '
- cost
- invoicing - voucher entry - cost -centre
stock
processing
order
calculation
interest
liation
ll wise detaits
numbers - bill of material'inventory ageing analysis'
Moddle V (15 hours)
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classification 'VAT computation
Tax application in Tally - tntroduction to VAT - VAT activation and
Excise Tax - interstate transfer
central
composite VAT - input VAT on capital goods - GST introduction
service tax.
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a
t?
Module Vl (10 hours)
ilil:'-":i:
anarysis-- cash rows ru
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pri
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- redsers
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cost centre
iffi,ilA i,?i,li;rltl
Module Vll (10 hours)
Technology advantage of rally - Tally audit - Tally vault-back
up,
merge and split of database
oDBc interface ' export and import o? drta - web Lnabled reportingrestore,
- online support of software.
Recommonded readings:
1'A'K' Nadhani and K'K. Nadhani lmptementing Tally
6.3, l/e BpB publications; New Delhi
2. Namrata Agarwar - Ta[y 6.3; 2oo4 edition; Dream Tech; New Derhi
3.
Tally, Sridharan, Narmadha publications, May 2OO3.
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