Kannur University Syllabus 2016 B.tech/BSC/MSC/B.Com/M.Com

By | February 1, 2016

Kannur University Syllabus 2016

Dear students, Kannur University has announced about Kannur University Syllabus 2016 for this year exams. Candidates and enrolled students are going to appear in the session and module-wise exams like every year. They are recommended to check the given syllabus which is important from the exam point of view. The written exams will take place this year in May-June 2016.

Kannur University SyllabusKannur University Kerala has gained fame in such a short time period. This state university is famous for its extensive study programs that are offered for Bachelor of Technology, Bachelor of Science, MSc, B.Com and M.Com students. This is the only institution that implements the update study pattern for every year and session module.

According to the recent updates, Kannur University Syllabus 2016 has been published by the University through their official website. The students can read through the set of topics and subjects that will be included in this year study curriculum. The examination will be held in May-June for this year’s academic session. Aspirants are advised to have a detailed look at the important points that are listed according to the module for the applied courses.

Declaration Type Kannur University Syllabus 2016
Exam taking Body Kannur University Kerala
Courses Offered BTech/BSc/MCA/BCA/BCom/MCom
Exam date Announced Later
Status Available (See below)

Kannur University B.tech/BSC/MSC/B.Com/M.Com Exam Pattern 2016

Dear students, if you are searching for the updated Kannur University B.tech/BSC/MSC/B.Com/M.Com 2016, then you have made it to the right place. Here with the help of our support team, we have delineated these subject-wise topics that are going to make up for this year’s exams.

Kannur University B.Sc Computer Syllabus 2016

C- Language

Module I: Arrays

  • Array Multi- Dimensional Array
  • Introduction To Arrays One Dimensional Array Strings Two Dimensional
  • Standard Library String Functions- Strlen
  • Strcat & Strrev
  • Strcmp
  • Strcpy
  • Strings: Basic Concepts
  • Two Dimensional Arrays Of Strings

Module II: Functions

  • Function Declaration And Prototypes
  • Introduction To Functions
  • Storage Classes Recursion In Function.

Module III: Pointers

  • Accessing Variable Through Pointer
  • Arrays Of Pointers
  • Introduction To Pointers
  • Pointer Declaration And Initialization
  • Pointer Expressions
  • Pointer Notation
  • Pointer To Pointers
  • Pointers And Functions
  • Pointers And One Dimensional Arrays

Module IV: Structures And Unions

  • Accessing A Union Member
  • Arrays Of Structures
  • Arrays Within Structures
  • Dynamic Memory Allocation
  • Initialization Of A Union Variable
  • Passing Structures To Functions
  • Structure Definition
  • Structure Initialization
  • Structures Within Structures
  • Union–Definition And Declaration
  • Use Of User Defined Type Declarations

Module V: File Handling In C

  • Command Line Arguments
  • Defining And Opening A File
  • Functions For Random Access To Files
  • Macros- Comparison With Functions,
  • Pointers And Functions
  • Types Of C Pre-processor Directives
  • What Is A File

Intro to other computer Languages

Module 1: Introduction to Computers

  • Cache Memory
  • Characteristics
  • Classification
  • Control Unit
  • CPU- ALU
  • Data Representation In Computer
  • Evolution
  • Generation
  • Input And Output Devices
  • Main Memory Unit
  • Mass Storage Devices
  • Optical And Magneto-optical Storage Devices
  • Registers
  • Secondary Storage Devices: Magnetic
  • System Bus
  • Types Of RAM & ROM

Module II: Computer Programming

  • Algorithm
  • Assembler
  • Characteristics Of A Good Program
  • Compiler And Interpreter
  • Developing A Program
  • Executable File
  • File Extensions
  • Flowchart
  • Introduction
  • Object Code
  • Program Control Structures
  • Program Development Cycle
  • Program: Structure
  • Programming Languages: Types And Generations Of Programming Languages
  • Programming Paradigms
  • Source Code
  • Top-Down Design

Module IV: Managing Input Output Operation

  • Reading A Character
  • Writing A Character
  • Formatted Input Output
  • Branching Statements-If
  • .Else
  • Nested If…Else
  • Else…If Ladder
  • Switch Statement
  • Go To Statement
  • Looping Statements- While
  • Do…While
  • For Loop
  • Break And Continue Statements

Module V: Knowledge Skills For Higher Education

  • Data
  • Information And Knowledge
  • Internet Access Methods –Dial-Up
  • DSL
  • Cable
  • ISDN
  • Wi-Fi
  • Basic Concepts Of IPR
  • Copyrights And Patents
  • Plagiarism
  • Software Piracy
  • Cyber Ethics
  • Cybercrime
  • Cyber Threats
  • Cyber Security
  • Privacy Issues
  • Cyber Laws
  • Cyber Addictions
  • Information Overload
  • Health Issues- Guide Lines For Proper Usage Of Computers
  • Internet And Mobile Phones

C++ (CPP) Programming

Module I: Principles Of Object Oriented Programming

  • OOP Paradigm
  • Basic Concepts Of OOP
  • Benefits; Applications
  • Introduction To C++
  • Structure Of C++ Program
  • How To Create And Execute A C++ Program
  • Declaration And Dynamic Initialization Of Variables
  • Reference Variables
  • Operators; Scope Resolution
  • Memory Dereferencing And Memory Management Operators
  • Manipulators
  • Operator Overloading
  • Operator Precedence
  • Control Structures.

Module II: Functions

  • Main; Prototyping
  • Call By Reference
  • Inline Function
  • Default And Constant Arguments
  • Function Overloading
  • Friend Functions
  • Math Library Functions
  • Structures
  • Specifying A Class
  • Defining Member Functions
  • Making An Outside Function Inline
  • Nesting Of Member Functions
  • Private Member Functions
  • Arrays Within A Class
  • Memory Allocation For Objects
  • Static Data Members
  • Static Member Functions
  • Arrays Of Objects
  • Objects As Function Arguments
  • Friendly Functions
  • Returning Objects
  • Constant Member Functions

Module III: Constructors And Destructors

  • Constructors; Parameterized Constructors
  • Multiple Constructors In A Class
  • Constructors With Default Arguments; Dynamic
  • Initialization Of Objects
  • Copy Constructor
  • Dynamic Constructors
  • Constant Objects
  • Destructors
  • Operator Overloading – Definition
  • Overloading Unary Operators
  • Overloading Binary Operators
  • Overloading Binary Operators Using Friends
  • Manipulation Of Strings Using Operators
  • Rules For Overloading Operators.

Module IV: Inheritance – Defining Derived Classes

  • Single Inheritance
  • Making A Private Member Inheritance
  • Multilevel Inheritance
  • Multiple Inheritance
  • Hierarchical Inheritance
  • Hybrid Inheritance
  • Virtual Base Classes
  • Abstract Classes
  • Nesting Of Classes
  • Pointers
  • Pointers To Objects
  • Pointers To Derived Classes
  • Virtual Functions
  • Pure Virtual Functions

Module V: C++ Streams

  • Stream Classes
  • Unformatted I/O Operations
  • Formatted Console I/O Operations
  • Managing Output With Manipulators
  • Files – Classes For File Stream Operations
  • Opening And Closing A File
  • File Modes
  • File Pointers And Their Manipulations
  • Sequential Input And Output Operation

Module I: Earth Sciences

  • Definitions
  • Brief Introduction To The Various Branches Of Earth Sciences
  • Relationship Of Geology With Other Branches Of Science
  • Solar System With Special Emphasis On Terrestrial Planets And Meteorites
  • Earth In Solar System: Size, Shape, Volume, Mass, Rotational And Revolutional Parameters
  • Modern Theories Of Origin Of Earth
  • Age Of The Earth
  • Internal Structure Of The Earth

Module II: Geospheres

  • Atmosphere
  • Hydrosphere And Lithosphere
  • Exogenic And Endogenic Processes And Agents
  • The Concept Of Rock Cycle
  • Weathering: Agents, Types And Products Of Weathering. Influence Of Climate And Lithology On Weathering
  • Soils: Geological Classification Of Soil
  • Mass Wasting: Types, Causes And Controls

Module III: Volcanoes

  • Mechanism And Causes Of Volcanic Eruption, Types, Products, Effects And Prediction
  • Global Distribution Of Volcanoes
  • Earthquakes: Types And Causes, Propagation Of Seismic Waves, Focus And Epicenter, Elastic Rebound Theory, Seismograph And Seismogram
  • Intensity And Magnitude Of Earthquakes, Seismic Belts Of The World

Module IV: Streams

  • Drainage Basins And Streams Geological Activity Of Stream, Erosion, Transportation And Deposition; Erosional And Depositional Landforms
  • Geomorphic Cycle And Concept Of Peneplain
  • Oceans And Seas: Ocean Water: Extent, Composition, Waves, Currents, Tides; Marine Erosion, Transportation And Deposition
  • Coastal Landforms And Ocean Floor Topography, Oceanic Sediment
  • Coral Reefs: Origin, Types And Distribution.
  • Module V: Glaciers
  • Formation And Morphology, Types, Erosion And Transportation By Glaciers, Glacial Landforms, Ice Age And Its Causes
  • Lakes: Origin, Classification And Geological Importance, Backwaters Of Kerala
  • Wind: Geological Action Of Wind, Landforms Of Aeolian Origin

Ground Water: Source, Nature, Storage, Porosity, Permeability, Aquifer, Aquiclude, Aquitard, Water Table, See page And Springs, Geysers, Wells, Artesian Wells, Geological Action Of Groundwater And Karst Topography.

How to get Kannur University Syllabus 2016 pdf

  • Visit the varsity’s official website i.e. “www.kannuruniversity.ac.in”
  • On the homepage, locate the examination and schemes link on the left.
  • Chose the opted syllabus and download the syllabus in the form of a pdf file.
  • Take a print out of this file for a future reference.

Get you Kannur University Syllabus 2016 here.

Please Visit www.kannuruniversity.ac.in for more details.

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