2. To expose students to product development cycle using industrial experience, use of state of art technologies. 3. To encourage and expose students for participation in National/International paper presentation activities and funding agency for sponsored projects. 4. Exposure to Learning and knowledge access techniques using Conferences, Journal papers and anticipation in research activities. 5. Evaluate the various validation and verification methods. 6. Analyzing professional issues, including ethical, legal and security issues, related to computing projects. Course Outcomes: By the end of the course, Students will be able to 1. Learn teamwork. 2. Be well aware about Implementation phase. 3. Get exposure of various types of testing methods and tools. 4. Understand the importance of documentation. Contents Review 3: Based on Implementation (50% implementation expected) Review 4: Complete Project and Testing All the groups should try to overcome all the lacunas identified by the external examiner during Project Phase I exam The group will submit following at the end of semester II. 1. The Workable project. 2. Project report (in Latex/Lyx/latest Word) in the form of bound journal complete in all respect – 1 copy for the Institute, 1 copy for guide and 1 copy of each student in the group for certification. The project report contains the details.
Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune B.E. (Information Technology) Syllabus 2015 Course 93 1. Problem definition 2. Requirement specification 3. System design details (UML diagrams) 4. System implementation – code documentation – dataflow diagrams/ algorithm, protocols used. 5. Test result and procedure – test report as per ATP. 6. Conclusions. 7. Appendix a. Tools used b. References c. Papers published/certificates d. Plagiarism Report of paper and project report from any open source tool One paper should be published in reputed International conference/International.
Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune B.E. (Information Technology) Syllabus 2015 Course 94 Savitribai Phule Pune University Fourth Year of Information Technology (2015 Course) 414461: Audit Course-VI In addition to credits, it is recommended that there should be audit course in preferably in each semester from second year to supplement their knowledge and skills. Student will be awarded the bachelor‘s degree if he/she earns credits and clears all the audit courses specified in the syllabus. The student may opt for one of the audit courses per semester, starting in second year first semester. Though not mandatory, such a selection of the audit courses helps the learner to explore the subject of interest in greater detail resulting in achieving the very objective of audit course's inclusion. List of options offered is provided. Each student has to choose one audit course from the list per semester. Evaluation of audit course will be done at institute level itself.
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