BSC in computer science syllabus of university of Mumbai - 2017 2018 MBA
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4th April 2013, 03:08 PM
 Kishore Zaju Guest Posts: n/a
BSC in computer science syllabus of university of Mumbai

I need syllabus of BSC in computer science syllabus of university of Mumbai so please help me?
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5th April 2013, 02:05 PM
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Re: BSC in computer science syllabus of university of Mumbai

As per your requirement here we are sharing some of syllabus & rest given in pdf file attachment.

References books:

1. Elements of Discrete Mathematics: C.L. Liu , Tata McGraw‐ Hill Edition .
2. Discrete Mathematics and its applications: Kenneth H. Rosen, Third Edition, McGraw‐ Hill Inc.
3. Concrete Mathematics (Foundation for Computer Science): Graham, Knuth, Patashnik Second
Edition, Pearson Education.
4. Data Structures Seymour Lipschutz, Schaum’s out lines, McGraw‐ Hill Inc.
5. Discrete Mathematics: Semyour Lipschutz, Marc Lipson, Schaum’s out lines, McGraw‐ Hill Inc.

C++ Programming 2 Credits (45 lectures)
Unit I Concept of OOP and introduction to C++
(a) Concept of OOP: Procedure Oriented Programming, Object Oriented Programming (OOP), Basic Concept of OOP, Benefits of OOP.

(b) Data Types : Basic data types, User defined data types,
Derived data types.

(c) Variables: Declaration of variables, Dynamic Initialization of variables, Reference variables. Comments.
(d) Introduction to C++ : Parts of C++ program, cout and cin objects, #include Directive, Variables and Constants,

(e) Operators: Arithmetic, Relational & Logical Operators,
Type cast Operator, Scope resolution operator, Memory
Management Operators.

(f) Control Structures: Loops: for, do…while, while. Decision: if…else, switch case.
(g) Functions: main function, Function Prototyping, Call by
reference, Return by reference, Inline functions, Default

(h) Classes & Objects : Defining a class, Defining member
Functions, making an Outside function Inline, Nesting of
Member Functions, Access Specifiers, Memory Allocation
for Objects, Static Data Members, Static Member
Functions, Arrays of Objects, Objects as Function
Arguments, Friend functions.

(i) Constructors and Destructors : Constructors,
Parameterized constructors, Multiple constructors in a
class, Constructors with default arguments, Dynamic
initialization of Objects, Copy constructor, Dynamic
Constructors, Constructing Two‐dimensional Arrays, const Objects, Destructors

CST Rd, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400098

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