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Duration : 03 Year
Eligibility : 10th with Science & Mathematics
Intake : 25/40/60(As approved by AICTE/State Govt.)
Pattern of the Examination : Semester System
Assessment Type : The assessment will we carry out through credit point system/Learning Based Out comes
Theory & Practical Ratio : 50: 50
Industrial Training: Included after IInd Semester
Ecology & Environment : As pe Government Directions a subject named Environmental Science & Energy Management has been included.
Entrepreneurship Development: A subject on Entrepreneurship Development has been incorporated after IInd Semester.
General Proficiency : A provision of 6 periods per week has been made. It Included of various cocurricular activities like games, hobby clubs, seminars, declamation contests, extension lectures, NCC, NSS, cultural activities and discipline etc.


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Introduction To Computer NetworksIntroduction: Definition of a Computer Network; What is a Network?, Components of a computer network: Use of Computer networks; Networks for companies, Networks for people, Social Issues: Classification of networks; Based on transmission technology, Based on the their scale, Local area networks, Metropolitan area networks, Wide area networks, Wireless networks:

Network Software & Network Standardization: Introduction: Networks Software; Protocol hierarchy, Design issues for the layers, Merits and De-merits of Layered Architecture, Service Primitives: Reference models; The OSI Reference Model, The TCP/IP Reference Model, Comparison of the OSI & the TCP/IP Reference Models: Network standardization; Who's who in the telecommunication world?, Who's who in the standards world, Who's who in the Internet standards world?:
Physical Layer: Introduction: Network topologies; Linear Bus Topology, Ring Topology, Star Topology, Hierarchical or Tree Topology, Topology Comparison, Considerations when choosing a Topology: Switching; Circuit switching, Message switching, Packet switching, Implementation of packet switching, Relationship between Packet Size and Transmission time, Comparison of switching techniques: Multiplexing; FDM – Frequency division multiplexing, WDM – Wavelength division multiplexing, TDM – Time division multiplexing:
Data Link LayerIntroduction; Goal of DLL: Design issues of DLL; Services provided to the Network layer, Framing, Error control, Flow control, Link Management, ARQ strategies: Error Detection and correction; Parity bits, Importance of flamming distance for error correction, Single bit error correction or (n, m) flamming code, Error Detection or Cyclic Redundant Code (CRC): Data Link layer protocols; Transmission control protocols, HDLC:
Network Layer: Introduction: Design issues of Network layer; Nature of the service provided, Internal organization, Routing, Congestion control, Internetworking: Principles of Routing; Types of routing algorithms, Classes of routing  algorithms, Properties of routing algorithms, Optimality principle: Routing algorithms; Shortest path algorithm, Flooding, Distance vector routing, Hierarchical routing, Link state routing, Comparison of routing algorithms: Congestion; Factors of congestion, Comparison of flow control and congestion control, General principles of congestion control, Closed loop solution: IP protocol (IPV4):

Transport Layer: Introduction: Services of Transport layer; Service primitives: Connection establishment: Connection Release: Transport Protocols; TCP protocol, UDP protocol:

Networking Devices: Introduction; Goal of networking devices: Repeaters; Uses of Repeaters: Hubs; Classification of Hubs, Stackable Hubs, USB Hub: Switches; Switching Methods, Comparison of switching methods, Working with Hubs and Switches, Cables Connecting Hubs and Switches, Managed Hubs and Switches, Port Density: Bridges; Bridge Implementation Considerations, Types of Bridges: Routers; Dedicated Hardware versus Server-Based Routers, Advantages and Disadvantages of dedicated hardware routers, Drawbacks of Routers: Gateways; Advantages of gateways, Gateways Functionality: Other Devices; Modems, Proxy Server, Wireless router, Brouter, Wireless Access Point (WAPs).


1. Recognize the physical topology and cabling (coaxial, OFC, UTP, STP) of a network.

2. Recognition and use of various types of connectors RJ-45, RJ-11,BNC and SCST

3. Recognition of network devices (Switches, Hub, Routers of access points for Wifi

4. Making of cross cable and straight cable

5. Install and configure a network interface card in a workstation.

6. Identify the IP address of a workstation and the class of the address and configure the IP Address on a workstation

7. Managing user accounts in windows and LINUX

8. Study 

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