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Case Study Project - Elective – Managing Engineering Mechanics


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Case Study Project
Total Marks: 100


Elective –  Managing Engineering Mechanics



Question. 1. Explain the fundamental principles of mechanics.

Answer: The science which studies effect of forces on the bodies at rest or in motion is known as Mechanics. There is various knowledge of mechanics required in various field of different subjects like –

·       Strength of materials
·       Theory of structure
·       Design of structure
·       Theory and design of mechanics

The law and principle of mechanics which used or applied in engineering problems in various field, is called as Applied Mechanics.

Fundamental concepts of Applied Mechanics - Flow Chart
Fundamental concepts of Applied Mechanics – Flow Chart

Mechanics can be further divided in 2 main branches one is ‘Static’ and other is ‘Dynamic’.

·       Static: It deals with the system of forces acting on bodies at rest.
·       Dynamic: It deals with the effect of forces on bodies in motion.

Dynamic is divided in branches Kinetics and kinematics-

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NIBM Case Study Project - Elective- Human Resources Management


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Case Study Project                
 Total Marks: 100



Elective- Human Resources Management
As an HRD Manager what steps you will initiate before dismissing a workman found guilty of misconduct where there is the presence of a strong employees union.

Q. As an HRD Manager what steps you will initiate before dismissing a workman found guilty of misconduct where there is the presence of a strong employees union.


ANSWER : Every organization has a human resources’ strategy that recognises the value of its people. Part of this strategy is the fair treatment of all employees. This requires a minimum standard of conduct and performance be agreed, set and communicated with all employees.

If employees do not meet this standard, appropriate corrective action, such as training, should be undertaken. Discipline should only be engaged with an employee on a performance issue if all other corrective action has failed to achieve the desired result.

Where an employee has deliberately breached a Company policy or procedure, or engaged in misconduct, disciplinary procedures should be initiated.

Employees should be treated fairly and the proper procedures should be followed.

Employees must be made aware of their responsibilities, counselled and given the opportunity to reach the standards expected of them and the chance to defend themselves before action is taken.

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MIT3031– High Speed Networks


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PROGRAM
Master of Science in Information Technology(MSc IT)Revised Fall 2011
SEMESTER
3
SUBJECT CODE & NAME
MIT3031– High Speed Networks

Qus:1 Explain WLAN components.
Answer:
WLAN components
A local area network (LAN) connects computers, printers and other devices to allow sharing of data and resources. LANs are limited to coverage of one location, typically a building, and usually use network

Qus:2 Describe Multi-server queue using suitable diagrams and equations.
Answer: The aim of the queuing analysis is to make use of analytic models to yield the desired parameters to determine the buffer size. The following two queuing models can be used as analytic


Qus:3 What is meant by congestion? List and describe different types of congestion.
Answer: The situation wherein network resources are constantly overloaded or the overall demand of a resource exceeds its capacity is termed as congestion. Congestion in a network occurs when the load on the network or the number of packets transmitted to the network is more than

Qus:4 In TCP what is timer? List the timers that TCP maintains for every connection and explain any three.
Answer: In TCP protocol, timers are applied in various positions and these timers restrain retransmissions and restrict the hold time for lost packets. Jiffies variable is the basis for all timers. Function pointers in a timer structure take a behavior function when initialized. Once the timer ends

Qus:5 What is meant by Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP)? Write any three salient characteristics. List RSVP traffic types and explain any two.
Answer: RSVP is a signaling protocol that offers reservation setup and control. It enables Integrated Services (IntServ) which is designed to emulate circuits on the Internet. This is the most complex QoS technology for elements of a network (routers, switches) and applications (hosts). But, it

Qus:6 with suitable diagram describe Routing Information Protocol (RIP) message format. Write two benefits and two drawbacks of RIP.
Answer: RIP is based on distance vector routing. It implements vector routing using the following considerations:
 An AS has both routers and networks. While routers have routing tables, networks don’t.
 The first

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MIT307-WEB TECHNOLOGIES


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PROGRAM
Master of Science in Information Technology(MSc IT) Revised Fall 2011
SEMESTER
3
SUBJECT CODE & NAME
MIT307-WEB TECHNOLOGIES

Qus:1 Name the three types of pattern in event driven programming. Explain the advantages of event driven programming.
Answer:
In computer programming, event-driven programming is a programming paradigm in which the flow of the program is determined by events such as user actions (mouse clicks, key presses), sensor outputs, or messages from other programs/threads. Event-driven programming is the


Qus:2 Explain the features of XML. Write important rules for XML declaration?
Answer: XML is popular for many features and few of them are listed here:
1.     Easy Data Exchange: In XML, data and markup are stored as text that we can configure. If we like, we can use XML editors to create XML documents but if something goes wrong we can examine and modify document directly because it’s all just text.XML provides a very efficient way of



Qus:3 Write any four importance of XML Schema. Discuss the steps to create an element with the XML designer.
Answer: Importance of XML schema
Schemas not only describe the permissible content of a document, they can:
 XML schema uses XML syntax. When you look at your first XML Schema, probably the most striking


Qus:4 Define AJAX. Explain AJAX frameworks components.
Answer: Full form of AJAX is “Asynchronous JavaScript and XML”. AJAX is not a new programming language, but a new way to use existing standards.
It is a technique, rather than a framework. it allows web pages to behave less like flat documents and more like dynamic GUI apps that users might expect from their desktop environments.

Qus:5 Describe the five different categories of PHP Operators.
Answer: In all programming languages, operators are used to manipulate or perform operations on variables and values. There are many operators used in PHP, so we have

Qus:6  What is meant by control statements in ASP. Explain with suitable example.
Answer: We can make a decision based on user input using an If statement. The If statement tests a condition and if the result is true then it runs the code that follows the If statement but if the result is

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MIT306– Object Oriented Analysis and Design(OOAD)


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PROGRAM
Master of Science in Information Technology(MSc IT)Revised Fall 2011
SEMESTER
3
SUBJECT CODE & NAME
MIT306– Object Oriented Analysis and Design(OOAD)

Qus:1 What is usability testing? Write the rule for developing usability testing.
Answer:
Usability testing, a non-functional testing technique that is a measure of how easily the system can be used by end users. It is difficult to evaluate and measure but can be evaluated based on the below

Qus:2 What is meant by unified approach? Describe the steps, methods and tools of unified approach.
Answer:   Unified approach is a better way for understanding concepts of objects oriented system development. Unified approach is a methodology for software development. The unified approach, based on

Qus:3 Describe the various states of activity diagram.
Answer: Activity diagrams are special cases of state chart diagrams. An activity diagram has actions as sta


Qus:4 Discuss the strategies for designing classes.
Answer: The object oriented design process is a complex process. The following methods can help you design better classes:
1)    Analyze the role of the objects of the class in the application. An object can play any of the following


Qus:5 Mention and describe the basic categories of program errors.
Answer: Debugging is a process of finding errors in the code which cause unexpected results and eliminating them. The process of testing and identifying bugs is a balance of science, art and luck.
There are three

Qus:6 Explain the following:
(a) Black box testing
(b) White box testing
Answer: (a) Black box testing
This treats the system as one that cannot be seen in detail. The structure of the program is not taken into account. The tests are performed based on what the program does. This is sometimes called


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MIT109– Software Engineering


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STUDENT NAME:
ROLL NO:-
ASSIGNMENT DRIVE - fall 2017
PROGRAM - Master of Science in Information Technology (MSc IT)
SEMESTER - 1
SUBJECT CODE & NAME - MIT109– Software Engineering
BK ID B0808 & B0809 NUMBER OF ASSIGNMENTS, CREDITS & MARKS 2, 4 Credits, 30 marks each

Assignment Set - 1 Questions

Q1. Differentiate Verification from Validation. Describe Validation Testing and Validation Test Criteria briefly.
Answer:-


Q2 What is meant by Data flow design? Describe the symbols used for showing different components of data flow diagram. 10

Answer:-
Data-flow design is concerned with designing a sequence of functional transformations that convert system inputs into the required.  The design is represented as data-flow diagrams. These diagrams

 Q3 What is object –oriented design? Explain five characteristics of an object-oriented design (OOD).
Answer.
Object Oriented Design

Object –oriented design is a design strategy based on information hiding. It differs from the function approach to design in that it views a software system as a set of interacting objects, with their own private state, rather than as a set of functions that share a global state. Object-oriented systems are easier to

Assignment Set - 2 Questions
Q1. Describe rapid application development model.
Answer:
RAD Model
Rapid Application Development (RAD) is an incremental software development process model that emphasizes an extremely short development cycle. The RAD model is a high speed adaptation of the linear sequential model in which the rapid development is achieved by using component-based construction. If requirements are clear and well understood and the project scope is constrained, the RAD process enables a development team to create a fully functional system within a very short period of time.


Q2 Define software maintenance. List and discuss the different types of software maintenance.
Answer:-
Software Maintenance
The process of changing a system after it has been delivered and is in use is called software maintenance.  The


Q3 Describe the characteristics and techniques of a customer driven software development environment.   10
Answer:-
The characteristics and techniques typical of a customer-driven software development environment are:-
1.       Customer-driven development is requirements intensive and features driven. Because customer



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MIT108 - OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING


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ASSIGNMENT DRIVE - Fall 2017
PROGRAM- M. Sc it
SEMESTER-1
SUBJECT CODE & NAME-MIT108 - OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING


Assignment Set - 1 Questions
Q1. Describe primitive and abstract data types in Java. 7+3=10
Answer:
Primitive data types (also known as standard data types) are the data types that are built into the Java language. The Java


Q2. Explain with suitable example differentiate between Break and Continue statements in Java.
Answer.
Break and Continue statements in Java
Break statements
The


Q3. Explain the differences between packages and Interfaces.
Answer.
Packages and Interfaces
Packages
Java provides a mechanism for partitioning the class name space into more manageable chunks. This mechanism is the package. The package is both a naming and a visibility control mechanism. You can define


Assignment Set - 2 Questions
Q1. Define Applets. What are the restrictions of Applets? Explain applet class. (2+3+5)
Answer.
Applets
An applet is a Java program that can be embedded in a web page. Java applications are run by using a Java interpreter. Applets are run on any browser that supports Java. Applets can also be tested using the



Q2. Differentiate between JDBC and ODBC. 10
Answer.
JDBC and ODBC
Java Data Base Connectivity (JDBC)

The JDBC API (Java Data Base Connectivity Application Program Interface) can access any kind of


Q3. Describe BeanBox. Explain the advantages of Java Beans.
Answer:
The BeanBox:
The BeanBox is a very simple test container. It allows you to try out both the BDK example beans and your own newly created beans.
The BeanBox allows you

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