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Introduction to Computer Application for B.Com Students Semester-I (NEP 2020 - Uttar Pradesh)

Introduction to Computer Application for B.Com Students Semester-I (NEP 2020 - Uttar Pradesh)

Author : Ashok Arora

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  • ISBN : 9789354534317
  • Pages : 264
  • Binding : Paperback
  • Language : English
  • Imprint : Vikas Publishing
  • © year : 2022
  • Size : 6.75" X 9.5"

Price : 165.00 132.00

Introduction to Computer Application is written for the students of B.Com. of all colleges af?liated to universities in Uttar Pradesh, as the state has started implementing the New Education Policy (NEP) 2020 guidelines. The book provides the students not just the knowledge about the fundamentals of a computer system, like its organization, memory management and hardware devices, but also the software that run on it. The book then proceeds to describe various number system and coding schemes, various approaches of programming and types of computer languages, and operating systems along with the techniques. Basic concepts of database and database management package are also provided. Useful application software like MS Word is described in great detail in a separate chapter. The book ends with fundamentals of widely used data communication and network technologies.

• Includes basics of computer, DBMS, database language and word processing
• Includes diagrams, pictures and screenshots
• Provides application-based case studies in each chapter
• Provides key terms, review questions, practical exercises, group discussions and project

• Preface vii
• Syllabus ix
Chapter 1: Introduction to Computers
1.1 Introduction
1.2 What is a Computer?
1.3 History of Computers
1.4 Types of Computers
1.5 Computers of the Future
1.6 Organisation of Basic Computers
1.7 Applications of Computers
1.8 Limitations of Computers
• Case Study
•;Summary
•;Exercises
Chapter 2: Hardware Devices
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Motherboard
2.3 Input Devices
2.4 Output Devices
2.5 Storage Devices
Chapter 3: Software Concepts
3.1 Introduction
3.2 System Software
3.3 Utility Software
3.4 Application Software
Chapter 4: Data Representation in Computers
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Bits and Bytes
4.3 Number Systems for Data Representation
4.4 Coding Schemes
4.5 Conversion of Numbers
4.6 Binary Arithmetic
Chapter 5: Programming Concepts and Languages
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Procedure-Oriented Programming
5.3 Object-Oriented Programming
5.4 Role of Systems Analyst and Programmers
5.5 Programming Process
5.6 Program Tools
5.7 Types of Computer Languages
Chapter 6: Operating Systems
6.1 Introduction
6.2 History and Evolution of Operating Systems
6.3 Functions of an Operating System
6.4 Operating System Techniques
6.5 Types of Operating Systems
6.6 Overview of DOS
6.7 Overview of UNIX
6.8 Overview of Windows
Chapter 7: Database Management System
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Overview of Database
7.3 Database Management System
7.4 Physical Concepts of Data
7.5 Logical Concepts of Data
7.6 Data Languages
7.7 Data Structures
7.8 Normalisation
7.9 Object Oriented Databases
7.10 Distributed Databases
Chapter 08: Microsoft Access
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Starting MS Access and Creating a Database
8.3 Creating a Table and Entering Data
8.4 Structure of a Table and Data Types
8.5 Opening and Closing a Database
8.6 Inserting and Deleting Fields
8.7 Inserting and Deleting Records
8.8 Exiting MS Access
Chapter 9: Microsoft Word
9.1 Introduction
9.2 What is a Word Processor?
9.3 Creating and Saving a Document
9.4 Editing a Document
9.5 Formatting Text and Paragraphs
9.6 Adding Headers and Footers
9.7 Numbering Pages
9.8 Checking Spelling and Grammar
9.9 Using the Thesaurus
9.10 Inserting Symbol
9.11 WordArt
9.12 Clipart and Pictures
9.13 Page Setting
9.14 Find and Replace
9.15 Tables
9.16 Printing a Document
9.17 Mail Merge
Chapter 10: Data Communication and Networking
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Overview of Data Communication
10.3 Communications Media
10.4 Modem
10.5 Communication Protocols
10.6 What is Networking
10.7 Types of Networks
10.8 Network Topologies
10.9 Switching Techniques
10.10 Client/Server Computing

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