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Unformatted text preview: 5/10/10 TA C162 The Team: K.Kavitha Rakhee D.Usha Manju choudhar y 5/10/10 Why is this cour se impor tant? Programming is the core of everything to do with computers. At the end of the course, you should be able to solve a task by developing an algorithm , writing its equivalent C program . Also, you will be able to know little about the components responsible for executing your 5/10/10 Administr ivia Lecture hours Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday: 10.am 10.50am, in F102 Sit in the class before time Please switch off your mobile phones Instructors K. KAVITHA, Rakhee, D. Usha, Manju choudhary Grading Test1( 20 %) Closed book + Test2( 20 %) Closed book + Tutorial tests ( 10 %) Closed book + Online Test( 15 %) Open book + Comprehensive( 35 %) Part Open. Mid-Semester Grading, Pre-comprehensive Display, and Final Grading (not to be displayed) Make Up Policy No make up (Online Test), Make ups for Other components (genuine) 5/10/10 Questions ? Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/10/10 What is a Computer ? Click to edit Master subtitle style...
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course CS&IS TA C162 taught by Professor Kavitha during the Winter '09 term at Birla Institute of Technology & Science.

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cp1_lect_1 - 5/10/10 TA C162 The Team: K.Kavitha Rakhee...

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