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SYLLABUSSEMESTER 1:US-FDS-101 Business Statistics- IObjective: The objective of the course is to make the studentsconversant with various techniques used in summarization,certainty involved in uncertainty in happening of events,decision making and analysis of data. The focus will be both ontheoretical as well as practical approach using commonly usedStatistical Software.US-FDS-102 Mathematical Foundation-IObjective: The primary objective to provide mathematicalbackground and sufficient experience on various topics ofdiscrete mathematics logic and proofs, combinatorics, graphs,algebraic structures, formal languages and differentialequations.US-FDS-103 C++ programming :Objective: Develop a greater understanding of the issuesinvolved in programming language design and implementation,Develop an in-depth understanding of functional, logic, andobject-oriented programming paradigms, understanddesign/implementation issues involved with variable allocation
and binding, control flow, types, subroutines, parameterpassing, Develop an understanding of the compilation process.US-DS-104 MS Excel:Objective:MS Excel skill will make able to: Indicate the namesand functions of the Excel interface components, Enter and editdata, Format data and cells, Construct formulas, including theuse of built-in functions, and relative and absolute references,Create and modify charts, Preview and print worksheets, Usethe Excel online Help feature along with Data visualization andData Analytics.US-FDS-105- Introduction to Cyber Security:Objective: To prepare students with the technical knowledgeand skills needed to protect and defend computer systems andnetworks. To develop graduates that can identify, analyze, andremediate computer security breaches.

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