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IGNOU MCA Assignments July-January-2015-16 Details

• First Semester Assignments July-January-2015-16 Details : 

1 – Problem Solving and Programming (MCS-011)
2 – Computer Organisation and Assembly Language (MCS-012)
3 – Discrete Mathematics (MCS-013)
4 – Systems Analysis and Design (MCS-014)
5 – Communication Skills (MCS-015)
6 – Internet Concepts and Web Design (MCSL-016)
7 – C and Assembly Language Programming (MCSL-017)

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• Second Semester Assignments July-January-2015-16 Details :

1 – Data and File Structures (MCS-021)
2- Operating System Concepts (MCS-022)
3 – Introduction to Database Management Systems (MCS-023)
4 – Object Oriented Technologies and Java (MCS-024)
5 – Lab Course (MCS-025)

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• Third Semester Assignments July-January-2015-16 Details : 

1 – Design and Analysis of Algorithms ( MCS-031 )
2 – Object Oriented Analysis and Design ( MCS-032 )
3 – Advanced Discrete Mathematics ( MCS-033 )
4 – Software Engineering ( MCS-034 )
5 – Accountancy and Financial Management ( MCS-035 )
6 – Lab Course ( MCSL-036 )

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• Fourth Semester Assignments July-January-2015-16 Details :

1 – Operating Systems (MCS-041)
2 – Data Communication and Computer Network (MCS-042)
3 – Advanced Database Management Systems (MCS-043)
4 – Mini Project (MCS-044)
5 – UNIX and DBMS LAB (MCSL-045)

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• Fifth Semester Assignments July-January-2015-16 Details : 

1 – Advanced Internet Technologies ( MCS-051 )
2 – Principles of Management and Information Systems ( MCS-052 )
3 – Computer Graphics and Multimedia (MCS-053)
4 – Artificial Intelligence and Knowledge ( MCSE-003 )
5 – Numerical and Statistical Computing ( MCSE-004 )
6 – Parallel Computing ( MCSE-011 )
7 – Laboratory Course (MCSL-054)

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Last Date of Assignments Submission :

For July 2015 Session – 31st October 2015
For January 20116 Session – 30th April 2016

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Software Engineering

Session – 2

This session is to estimate the size, effort, schedule, and cost of the railwayreservation project.The four basic steps in Railway Reservation project estimation are:1.Estimate the size of the development product. This generally ends up ineither Lines of Code (LOC) or Function Points (FP), but there are other  possible units of measure. A discussion of the pros & cons of each isdiscussed in some of the material referenced at the end of this report.2.Estimate the effort in person-months or person-hours.3.Estimate the schedule in calendar months.4.Estimate the project cost in dollars (or local currency)The railway reservation project requires 75KBLOC. On the basis of this size of the project we have to estimate the remaining estimations. We have the formula toestimate the schedule of the project.Schedule in months = 3.0 * (effort-months)

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Opinions vary as to whether 2.0 or 2.5 or even 4.0 should be used in place of the 3.0 value - only by trying it out will you see what works for you.Of course, you must also keep in mind other important factors that affect theaccuracy of your estimates, such as:•The accuracy of all the estimate's input data (the old adage, "Garbage in,Garbage out", holds true)•The accuracy of any estimate calculations (e.g., converting betweenFunction Points and LOC has a certain margin of error)•How closely the historical data or industry data used to calibrate the modelmatches the project you are estimating•The predictability of your organization's software development process, andwhether or not the actual project was carefully planned; monitored andcontrolled, and no major surprises occurred that caused unexpected delays.

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