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In last week, I have taken admission in 3rd Semester of MBA in Information Technology (IT) Program from Sikkim Manipal University (SMU). I need detailed syllabus of 3rd Semester Course, so do you know on which site I can download detailed syllabus of MBA 3rd Semester Course of SMU University?
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As you want syllabus of 3rd Semester of MBA Information Technology (IT) Course offered by Sikkim Manipal University, so here I am giving detailed syllabus:

Sikkim Manipal University MBA Information Technology 3rd Semester Syllabus:

ISM301 Software Engineering
ISM302 Database Management Systems (DBMS)
ISM303 Computer Networks
ISM304 Business Intelligence and Tools

ISM301 Software Engineering
Unit 1
The Process and the Product: Introduction, Overview of Software and Software Engineering-Characteristics-The Process, the Product, Product Line Engineering

Unit 2
Project Management Concepts, Process and Project Metrics: Introduction, Project Management Process, Project Metrics, Software Quality Metrics

Unit 3
Software Project Planning, Scheduling, Tracking and Risk Management Structure: Introduction, Software Project Planning, Software Project Estimation, Software Project Scheduling, Software Project Tracking and Control, Software Risk Management

Unit 4
Software Reliability: Introduction, Software Reliability Metrics, Programming for Reliability, Software Reuse

Unit 5
Software Configuration Management: Introduction, Software Configuration Management (SCM), Software Configuration Management (SCM) Process, Version Control, Change Control, Configuration Audit

Unit 6
System Engineering: Introduction, Computer System, Computer Systems Engineering, System Analysis, System Architecture, System Specification

Unit 7
Analysis Concepts and Principles: Introduction, Requirement Analysis, Communication, Analysis Principles, Software Prototyping, Software Requirement Specification

Unit 8
Design Concepts and Principles: Introduction, Software Design, Design Process, Design Fundamentals, Modular Design, Data Design, Architectural Design, Procedural Design, Design Documentation

Unit 9
Software Testing Techniques and Technical Metrics: Introduction, Software Testing Fundamentals, White Box Testing, Control Structure Testing, Black Box Testing, Testing Real Time System, Automated Testing Tools

Unit 10
Software Testing Strategies: Introduction, A Strategic Approach to Software Testing, Strategic Issues, Unit Testing, Integration Testing, Validation Testing, System Testing, the Art of Debugging

Unit 11
Software Verification: Introduction, Code Reading, Static Analysis, Symbolic Execution, Proving Correctness, Code Inspection or Reviews, Unit 12-CMM for Software: Introduction, Five Maturity Levels, Key Process Areas, ISO 9000 Series of Standards for Quality Management Systems, Mapping ISO 9001 to the CMM

Unit 12
CMM for Software: Introduction, Five Maturity Levels, Key Process Areas, ISO 9000 Series of Standards for Quality Management Systems, Mapping ISO 9001 to the CMM

Unit 13
CMM Based Process Improvement: Introduction, Management Role, Process Focus, Useful Processes, Training, Risk Management, Customer-Supplier Relationship, Peer Reviews

Unit 14
Software Quality Assurance: Introduction, Software Quality Assurance, Quality Concepts, Quality Movement, Reviews, Software Reliability, Background Issues, Software Quality Assurance Activities, SQA Plan

Unit 15
Object Oriented Concepts and Principles: Introduction, Overview of Object Oriented Concepts and Principles, Identifying Objects, Inter-Object Communication, Defining Objects, OOA and Prototyping, Object Oriented Analysis Modelling

ISM302 Database Management Systems (DBMS)
Unit 1
DBMS [Database Management System]: Introduction, Database Environment, Working of a Simple Centralized Database System, Tradition al File Systems vs. Modern Database Management Systems, Properties of Database, Types of Database Users, Advantages of using DBMS, Applications of traditional Database

Unit 2
Database Core Concepts and Applications: Introduction, Data Model, Schemas and Instances, three schema architecture, Languages and Interfaces, DBMS Components, Classification of Database Management Systems

Unit 3
Record Storage and Primary File Organization: Introduction, Memory Hierarchy, Secondary Storage Devices, Buffering of Blocks, Placing File Records on Disk, Operation on Files, Files of Unordered Records (Heap Files), Files of Ordered Records, Hashing Techniques

Unit 4
Index Structures of Files: Introduction , Primary index, Clustering Index, Multilevel indexes, B+Tree Index Files, B-tree

Unit 5
Entity-Relationship Model: Introduction, Conceptual Data model for Database Design, ER Model Concept with an example:, Components of an ER Model, Relationships, Roles and Structural Constraints, Constraints on Relationship Types

Unit 6
Relational Algebra: Introduction, Relational Model Constraints, Update Operation on Relations, The Relational Algebra

Unit 7
Relational Calculus: Introduction, Tuple Relational Calculus, Domain Relational Calculas

Unit 8
SQL: Introduction, SQL, Multi table Queries, Nested Queries or Sub queries, Multiple Row Nested Queries, Data Manipulation Language, The Create Table Statement

Unit 9
Functional Dependencies and Normalization For Relational Databases: Introduction, Information Design Guide Lines for Relational DB, Levels of Relation Schema, Normal forms Based on Primary Keys, Boyce Codd Normal Form (BCNF), Fourth Normal Form (4NF), Normalization using Join Dependencies

Unit 10
Transaction Processing: Introduction, Transaction Processing Concepts, Transactions in a multiuser system, Desirable Properties of Transactions

Unit 11
Concurrency Control Techniques: Introduction, Types of Locks: Locking Technique for Concurrency Control, the Two Phase Locking Protocol

Unit 12
Recovery Techniques: Introduction, Recovery Process, Deferred Update, Immediate Update

Unit 13
Distributed Databases: Introduction to Distributed DBMS Concepts, Client-Server Model, Data Fragmentation, Replication, and Allocation Techniques for Distributed Database Design

Unit 14
Object-Relational Databases: Introduction, Basics of Object Oriented Design (OOD), Characteristics- Advantages-Object oriented development-Objects and Object classes-Object Oriented data Model, Object oriented databases, Object Relational Database Management Systems

Unit 15
Security and integrity: Introduction, Security and Integrity Violations, Authorization, Granting of Privileges, Security Specification in SQL
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