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COURSE PLAN 2013-14 Regulation: R11 FACULTY DETAILS: Name of the Faculty:: M.Chandrasekhar Designation: Assistant Professor Department:: MCA COURSE DETAILS Name Of The Programme:: Data Structures and Algorithms Batch:: 2013 Designation:: Assistant Professor Year 1 st Semester 2 nd Department:: MCA Title of The Subject Data Structures and Algorithms Subject Code No of Students 11
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COURSE PLAN 2013-14 Regulation: R11 FACULTY DETAILS: Name of the Faculty:: M.Chandrasekhar Designation: Assistant Professor Department:: MCA 1. TARGET a) Percentage Pass 100 b) Percentage I class 90 2. COURSE PLAN (Please write how you intend to cover the contents: i.e., coverage of Units by lectures, guest lectures, design exercises, solving numerical problems, demonstration of models, model preparation, or by assignments, etc.) 1. Coverage of Subject, unit-wise by teaching in the class 2. Student interaction with the subject, by applications in daily life examples 3. Assignments from previous question papers 4. Quiz and brain storming etc. techniques to learn the subject fast & applications 5. Latest updates from internet and videos related to concept provided to the student. 6. Uploading Previous Year Papers & Their solutions for future reference for Regular External Exams 3. METHOD OF EVALUATION 3.1. Continuous Assessment Examinations (CAE 1, CAE 2) Yes 3.2. Assignments / Seminars Yes 3.3. Mini Projects 3.4. Quiz Yes 3.5. Term End Examination Yes 3.6. Others 4. List out any new topic(s) or any innovation you would like to introduce in teaching the subject in this Semester. 1. Seminars by students by browsing the subject related Websites & Journal, to get depth of knowledge beyond the class work 2. Making students to join Technical Societies or Associations which organizing the subject research works, job opportunities, advance. topics info. 3. Encourage the students to participate in conference papers (or) workshops
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conducted by technical institutions / organizations. Signature of HOD Signature of Faculty Date: Date:
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GUIDELINES TO STUDY THE SUBJECT 2013-14 Regulation: R11 FACULTY DETAILS: Name of the Faculty:: M.Chandrasekhar Designation: Assistant Professor Department:: MCA Guidelines for Preparing the Course: Data Structures and Alogorithms Course Description: Data Structures is a subject of primary importance to the discipline of Computer Science and Engineering. It is a logical and mathematical model of sorting and organizing data in a particular way in a computer, required for designing and implementing efficient algorithms and program development. Different kinds of data structures like arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, etc.. are suited to different kinds of applications. Some specific data structures are essential ingredients of many efficient algorithms, and make possible the management of huge amounts of data, such as large databases and internet indexing services. Nowadays, various programming languages like C,C++ and Java are used to implement the concepts of Data Structures.
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