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SMU MSCIT SEM 1 WINTER 2014 ASSIGNMENTS
SMU MSCIT SEM 1 WINTER 2014 ASSIGNMENTS

MIT101– Fundamentals of IT& Programming

1 What are the characteristics of computers? Explain.
2 What are the Advantages of Magnetic Tape
3 What is the function of the following
1.      a) Application software
2.      b) Programming software
4 List any five characteristics of an object-oriented design (OOD).
5 What are the five major activities of an operating system in regard to process management?


MIT102- DATA & FILE STRUCTURES
1 Define algorithm and write a note on Complexity and Time- Space Tradeoff with example
2 Define Queue and explain how we can implement the Queue.
3 List the Advantages and Disadvantages of Linear and linked representation of tree.
4 List and explain any Five types of graph.
5 Explain
1.      Fixed block storage allocation.
2.      Variable block storage allocation
6 What is the use of external Storage Devices? Explain any two external storage devices


MIT103- OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

1 Describe the following:
1.      a) Multi-threading.
2.      b) Significance of Java Bytecode
2 Differentiate Break and Continue statements in Java with example program.
3 Differentiate between packages and Interfaces.
4 What are Applets? What are the restrictions of Applets? Describe about applet class.
5 Compare JDBC and ODBC.
6 Describe about Java Beans and BeanBox.

MIT104– Software Engineering
1 What are the limitations of the linear sequential model?
2 Explain the Data flow design
3 What is Object –oriented design? What are characteristics of an object-oriented design (OOD)?
4 Write a note on Prototyping Model.
5 (a)What do you mean by software maintenance?
(b)List and explain the different types of software maintenance
6 Write a note on Capability Maturity Model
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SMU MCA SEM 1 WINTER 2014 ASSIGNMENTS
SMU MCA SEM 1 WINTER 2014 ASSIGNMENTS
MCA1010- FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER AND IT

1 Define CPU. What are the three sub units of CPU? Explain each.
2 Differentiate between integrated Circuits and microprocessors.
3 What is the significance of Processor mode? Explain three types of processor modes.
4 Explain the features of a mouse and a track ball
5 What is data communication? Explain different Data Transmission methods.
6 What is an IP address? Describe the classes of IP addresses.

MCA1020- PROGRAMMING IN C

1 Define operators. Briefly explain about any four Operators in C.
2 Differentiate between formal parameters and actual parameters with example
3 Describe about static and external variables.
4 Distinguish between pass by value and pass by reference with the help of an example.
5 Define macro. How we can declare a macro statement? Explain with an example.
6 What is the use of fopen () and fclose () function? List and explain different modes for opening a file.
MCA1030- FOUNDATION OF MATHEMATICS

1 State Leibnitz’s theorem. Find the nth derivative of (��)= x^2 e^ax , using Leibnitz theorem.
2 Define Tautology and contradiction. Show that
1.      a) (pÚ q) Ú (~ p) is a tautology.
2.      b) (pÙ q) Ù (~ p) is a contradiction
3 State Lagrange’s Theorem. Verify Lagrange’s mean value theorem for the function f(x) = 3 x2 – 5x + 1 defined in interval [2, 5]
4 Define Negation. Write the negation of each of the following conjunctions:
1.      a) Paris is in France and London is in England.
2.      b) 2 + 3 = 5 and 8 < 10.
5 Find the asymptote parallel to the coordinate axis of the following curves
(i) (��2+��2)−����2=0
(ii) ��2��2−��2(��2+��2)=0
6 Define (i) Set (ii)Null Set(iii) Subset(iv)Power set (v)Union set

MCA1040- SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

1 List different types of Systems. Compare Physical or abstract systems and Open or closed systems.
2 Define attributes. What are the two attribute classifications? Explain about properties and characteristics.
3 Explain the concept of Analysis and Design in system development life cycle.
4 Write short notes on:
1.      Data Dictionary
2.      Data Element
3.      Data Structure
4.      Data Store
5.      Data Flow
5 What are the different types of methods used for the training of operators and users? Discuss.
6 Explain the concept of inheritance and polymorphism with example.
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SMU BCA SEM 1 WINTER 2014 SOLVED ASSIGNMENTS

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SMU BCA SEM 1 WINTER 2014 ASSIGNMENTS


BCA1010– FUNDAMENTALS OF IT& PROGRAMMING

1 Define Computer. Briefly explain organization of the Computer.
2 How are computers classified? Briefly explain the classifications of Computer.
3 What is Computer Software? How it is useful in running Hardware?
BCA1020- PROGRAMMING IN C

1 Define operators. Briefly explain about any four Operators in C.
2 Differentiate between formal parameters and actual parameters with example
3 Describe about static and external variables.
4 Distinguish between pass by value and pass by reference with the help of an example.
5 Define macro. How we can declare a macro statement? Explain with an example.
6 What is the use of fopen () and fclose () function? List and explain different modes for opening a file.
BCA 1030- BASIC MATHEMATICS

1.      (i) Express 792° in radians and (7p/12)c in degrees
(ii) Prove that (tanq + secq – 1)/(tanq – secq + 1) = cosq/(1- sinq ) = (1+ sinq)/ cosq
2.      i. y= x^m/n being integers, n > 0 find dy/dx
1.      Differentiate log (2x + 3) from first principles
3.      Evaluate 2cosx + 3sinx/ 4 cos x + 5 sin x dx = I
4.      Solve dy/dx = y+x-2/ y-x-4
5.      i. If a = cos q + i sin q,0 <q < 2p prove that 1+a/1-a = I cot q/2
6.      If x+iy= √a+ib/c+id prove that (x^2+y^2) = a^2+b^2/ c^2+d^2
6. Solve: 2x + 3y + 4z = 20, x + y + 2z = 9, 3x + 2y + z = 10
BCA1040 – DIGITAL LOGIC

1 Solve each of the following 4-bit subtraction problems using 2’s complement representation.
1.      (00110)2 – (00101)2
2.      (0111)2 – (0001)2
2 What is difference between minterm and maxterm? Express the following function
F(x,y,z) = (x+z) y
in form of minterm and maxterm?
3 Draw truth table for following Boolean function
1.      a) F(x,y) =(x+z)y
2.      b) F(x,y) = xy +xy’
4 Simplify the following Boolean function using k map.
F(A, B, C, D) = ∑m(0,2,3,5,6,7,8,10,11,14,15)
5 What are sequential circuits? Explain differences between sequential circuits and combinational circuits.
6 What is difference between Ring counter and Johnson counter?
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Sunday, 25 January 2015

CASE STUDY : ELECTIVE : CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

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ELECTIVE: CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

CASE STUDY :

Q. Explore the organizational and personnel issues emerging from the relationships between the management contractors and trade contractors on one construction project in your location. The aim is to provide feedback about the effectiveness of the relationship between management contractors and trade contractors and to explore some of the factors that inhibit 'good' relationships and those that promote 'bad' relationships .

ANSWER: Management contracting is a procurement route in which the works are constructed by a number of different works contractors who are contracted to a management contractor. The management contractor is generally appointed by the client early in the design process so that their experience can be used to improve the cost and build ability of proposals as they develop, as well as to advise on packaging (and the risks of interfaces). It also enables some works contracts to be tendered earlier than others, and sometimes, even before the design is completed (for example piling might commence whilst the detailed design of above ground works continues). This can shorten the time taken to complete the project, but does mean that there will be price uncertainty until the design is complete and all contracts have been let.

Management contracting differs from construction management in that management contractors contract works contractors direct, whereas construction managers only manage the trade contracts, the contracts are placed by the client. In legal terms the management contractor is acting as a principal whereas the construction manager is acting as an agent. This means that on a management contract, the client only has one contract to administer (whereas …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..


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MB0049 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT

DRIVE
WINTER 2014
PROGRAM
MBA/ MBADS/ MBAFLEX/ MBAHCSN3/ PGDBAN2
SEMESTER
II
SUBJECT CODE & NAME
MB 0049 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT
BK ID
B1632
CREDIT & MARKS
4 CREDITS, 60 MARKS
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Assignment




Note: Answer all questions. Kindly note that answers for 10 marks questions should be approximately of 400 words. Each question is followed by evaluation scheme.
Q. 1. Explain the phases of project management life cycle.
Answer:The process of directing and controlling a project from start to finish may be further divided into 5 basic phases:

1. Project conception and initiation: An idea for a project will be carefully examined to determine whether or not it benefits the organization. During this phase, a decision making team will identify if the project can realistically be completed. In this phase, the project team selects the project and decides if it will benefit the organization. They define the scope of the project and the desired outcomes. Before beginning a project, the team decides if the project is realistic and can be completed within the three key project constraints of time, money and scope.         



Q. 2.Write short notes on:

a. Economic feasibility of a project
Answer:A feasibility study may also include an economic analysis of the project. The purpose of economic analysis is to determine whether there is an economic case for the investment decision. This assessment goes beyond the items typically included in a financial analysis. Economic feasibility is interested in:
·         the economic


b. Need for project planning
Answer: A project plan is a crucial element of project management, as it defines the project's main objectives regarding collaboration, time constraints and finances. The plan is subject to change during the course of the project, and a clearly detailed plan should be implemented and updated regularly. Disregarding the planning stage will ultimately conclude with a failed project.
·         Accountability: A project plan allows those of authority to delegate tasks and assign roles and responsibilities related to the project's goals. A clearly defined plan eliminates the dilemma of task duplication


c. Diversity management
Answer:Diversity management is the strategy of using best practices with proven results to find and create a diverse and inclusive workplace. Diversity management is the “recognition and valorization of individual differences”. The concept of diversity encompasses acceptance and respect. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences. These can be along the dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs,


d. Rules for network construction
Answer:As an experimental system, seed germination is well suited to assess coprediction for network construction. The decision to complete germination is a binary and irreversible developmental phase transition. The annotation of transcriptomic samples based on this developmental fate is therefore reduced to a simple binary classification. The generation of a network demonstrating developmentally regulated domains of genes and associations between the genes in Arabidopsis seeds reflects the accurate reconstruction of functional


Q. 3.What are the key steps for effective risk management?
Answer:A common definition of risk is an uncertain event that if it occurs, can have a positive or negative effect on a project’s goals. The potential for a risk to have a positive or negative effect is an important concept. Why? Because it is natural to fall into the trap of thinking that risks have inherently negative effects. If you are also open to those risks that create positive opportunities, you can make your project smarter, streamlined and more profitable. Think of the adage -“Accept the inevitable and turn it to your advantage.” That is what you do when you mine project risks to create opportunities.




Q. 4.Write a short notes on

a. Parametric estimating tool of cost estimating
Answer: In the Estimate Costs process, the cost of each project activity is estimated. An interesting thing about this process is that it also uses the same three tools used in the Estimate Activity Duration process. In the estimate activity duration process, you were determining the time taken by each activity and now, in estimating costs process, you have to calculate the total cost of the project.

In this process, the cost of each activity is determined



b. Procurement process
Answer: Procurement is the acquisition of goods, services or works from an external source. It is favourable that the goods, services or works are appropriate and that they are procured at the best possible cost to meet the needs of the acquirer in terms of quality and quantity, time, and location.Corporations and public bodies often define processes intended to promote fair and open competition for their business while minimizing exposure to fraud and collusion.


c. Project team’s responsibilities in project execution
Answer: The Project Team is the group responsible for planning and executing the project. It consists of a Project Manager and a variable number of Project Team members, who are brought in to deliver their tasks according to the project schedule.
·         The Project Manager is the person responsible for ensuring that the Project Team completes the project. The Project Manager develops the Project Plan with the team and manages the team’s performance of project tasks. It is
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d. Project termination
Answer:Project termination is one of the most serious decisions a project management team and its control board have to take. It causes frustration for those stakeholders who sincerely believed - and in most cases still believe – that the project could produce the results they expected, or still expect. The project manager and his or her team


Q. 5.What is Quality planning? Explain the inputs, tools and techniques and outcomes of quality planning.
·         Definition of quality planning
·         Description of the inputs to quality planning
·         Description of the tools and techniques to quality planning
·         Description of the outputs from quality planning
Answer:Quality Planning is a critical part of any project. It enables you to agree a set of quality targets with your customer. It then helps you to


Q. 6.Describe the various types of project performance evaluation techniques. List any FOUR benefits of performance measurement and evaluation.
Answer:Performance evaluation is the process by which information from the monitoring program is used to evaluate the status of the mitigation wetland in relation to the performance standards. In large measure, the performance standards will dictate the type of monitoring data needed and the analyses necessary to determine the mitigation wetland's level of performance.

Career Development: Performance evaluations allow managers to help employees with career development. Performing an unbiased evaluation can point out where employees are excelling and the areas needing improvement. After the

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