RTMNU BCCA Revised Sem 1  Syllabus 2020

RTMNU BCCA Revised Sem 1  Syllabus 2020

RTMNU BCCA Revised Sem 1  Syllabus 2020 | Nagpur University BCCA Syllabus Part 1 | RTMNU First Year BCCA Syllabus BCCA

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R.T.M.Nagpur University, Nagpur
Syllabus
BCCA
SEMESTER I
Paper – I: English and Business Communication 

UNIT-1 Prose
Prescribed Textbook: INSPIRATIONS – Raghav Publishers & Distributors, Nagpur
Edited by : Board of Editors
PROSE-I Short Stories
1. Home coming Dr. Tapati Dey
2. The Lighthouse Keeper of Aspinwall-Henry Sienkiewicz
3. Ilyas-Leo Tolstoy

UNIT-II Prose
Textbook: INSPIRATONS published by Raghav Publishers & Distributors, Nagpur
1.Social Media- Dr.Sujata Chakravorty
2. World of Advertising- Dr.Pranjali Kane
3. OYO –Reinventing Hospitality

UNIT-III -Communication
Communication Process: Sender, Channel, Message, Receiver and
Response
Types of Communication:
a. According to mode:                                            a. Oral                                  b. Written
b. According to Medium:                                      a. Electronic                        b. Print
c. According to number
of participants :                                                       a. Dyadic                              b. Group
d. According to Direction:                                     a. One-way                          b. Two-way
e. According to Purpose:                                       a. General                            b. Business (Specific)

UNIT-IV-Business Correspondence:
Application for Employment, Job Offer Letters, Sales letters, Claim and Adjustment Letters,
Letter of Acceptance, Joining Letter

UNIT-V-Language Study
A. Comprehension of an Unseen Passage
B. Enriching Vocabulary: Synonyms and Antonyms, Single Word for a
Group of Words, Change of Word from Noun to Adjective & vice-versa.

UNIT-I & II
Prescribed Textbook: INSPIRATIONS – Raghav Publishers & Distributors, Nagpur
Edited by : Board of Editors

Reference Books
UNIT-III
Business Communication and Management
Dr.K.R.Dixit (Vishwa Publishers, Nagpur)

Unit-IV
i) Business Communication: Urmila Rai, S.M. Rai-
(Himalaya Publishing House)
ii) Business Correspondence and Report Writing –
R. C. Sharma& Krishna Mohan (Tata McGrawHill)
iii) Developing Communication Skills – Krishna
Mohan & Meera Banerji (Macmillan)

UNIT-V
i) English Grammar – N.D.V. Prasada Rao (S.Chand)
ii) Developing Communication Skills – Krishna Mohan &Meera Banerji
(Macmillan
iii) Synonyms & Antonyms from the prescribed text INSPRATIONS

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Paper – II
Course Name – Financial Accounting

UNIT – I
Accounting Concepts:- Introduction, Accounting Concepts and Conventions, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles(GAAP), Conceptual Basis of a Balance Sheet, Capital and Revenue Income and Expenditure, Indian Accounting Standards AS 1 to AS 10.

Mechanics of Accounting:- Introduction, Classification of Accounts, Double Entry System, Overview of Accounting cycle, Preparing journals, Subsidiary Books, Ledger, Preparation of Trial Balance (Theory & Numerical)

UNIT – II
Preparation of final Accounts of Sole Traders :- Introduction, Describe format of P & L Account, Format of Balance Sheet, Treatment of Adjustments, The components of a set of final accounts for a sole trader. Prepare Trading Account, Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet (Theory & Numerical)

UNIT – III
Valuation of Goodwill – Meaning and need for valuation of goodwill, Feature of goodwill, Factors influencing valuation for goodwill, Average profit method (Future  37 maintainable profit method), Weighted average profit method, Super profit method,Capitalization method, Annuity Method. (Theory & Numerical)

UNIT – IV
Consignment Accounts :- Meaning, Needs, Advantages and formalities in consignment, difference between a consignment and a sale, Performa invoice, Account sales, Accounting procedure of consignment, valuation of consignment stock (Theory & Numerical)

Reference Books:
1. M.N. Arora, K.V.Achalapati, S.Brinda, Finiancial Accounting, Taxmann
2. M. Hanif, A. Mukherjee, Financial Accounting, McGraw-Hill.
3. N. Ramachandran, Ram Kumar Kakani, Financial Accounting for management,
McGraw-Hill.
4. Dhanesh K Khatri, Accounting for Management, McGraw-Hill.
5. Shukla, M.C., T.S. Grewal and S.C.Gupta. Advanced Accounts. Vol.-I. S. Chand &
Co., New Delhi.
6. S. N. Maheshwari, Financial Accounting, Vikas Publication, New Delhi.
7. T.S, Grewal, Introduction to Accounting, S. Chand and Co., New Delhi
8. P.C. Tulsian, Financial Accounting, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi
9. Dr. Pramod Fating, Dr. Vijay Bagde, Dr. Sarang Javkhedkar, Dr. Milind Gulhane –
Financial Accounting – Sir Sahitya Kendra, Nagpur
10. Dr. K. Karemore, Dr. Vijay Bagde, Dr. Tekade, Prof. G. Khorgade, Dr. T
Chaudhari – Financial Accounting – Sir Sahitya Kendra, Nagpur

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Paper – III
Course Name – Fundamentals of Computer

UNIT – I
Understanding the Computer:- Introduction, Evolution, Generation, Classification and Application of computers. Memory and Storage Systems: Introduction, Memory representation, Random Access Memory, Read Only Memory, Storage systems, Magnetic storage systems, Optical storage systems, Magneto optical system, Solid-state storage devices. 38

UNIT – II
Input Devices: Introduction, Keyboard, Pointing devices, Scanning devices, Optical recognition devices, Digital camera, Voice recognition system, Data acquisition sensors, Media input devices. Output Devices: Introduction, Display monitors, Printers, Impact printers, Non-impact printers, Plotters, Voice output systems, Projectors, Terminals. Computer Codes: Introduction, Decimal system, Binary system, Hexadecimal system, Octal system, Conversion of numbers

UNIT – III
Computer Software: Introduction, Types of computer software, System management programs, System development programs, standard application programs. Programming Languages: Introduction, History of programming languages, Generations of programming languages, Characteristics of good programming languages, Developing a program, Running a program. Data Communication and Networks: Introduction, Data communication using modem, Computer network, Network topologies, Network protocol and software, Application of network.

UNIT – IV
Operating Systems: Introduction, History of operating systems, Functions of operating systems, Process management, Memory management, File management, Device management, Security management, Types of operating systems, Providing user interface, Popular operating systems. Microsoft Software: Introduction, MSDOS, MS Word systems, MS Excel systems, MS PowerPoint systems, MS Access systems,

Text Book:
1. E Balagurusamy, Fundamentals of Computers, Mc Graw Hill Education.
Reference Books:
1. Dr. Rajiv Midha, S. Brinda, Fundamental of Information Technology, Taxmann.
2. Madhulika Jain, Shashank Jain, Satish Jain, Information Technology Concepts,
BPB Publication.
3. Dr. Rajiv Midha, Information Technology, Taxmann
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4. B. Ram, Computer Fundamentals (Architecture & organization), New Age
International Publisher.
5. Turban, Rainer, Potter, Introduction to Information Technology, Wiley India
Edition.
6. Sanjay Saxsena, Introduction to Information Technology, Vikash Publishing House
Pvt.Ltd.
7. Dr. Sushila Madan, Information Technology, Taxmann.

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Paper – IV
Course Name – Programming in ‘C’

UNIT – I
Data Types, Operators and some statements: Identifiers and keywords, Constants, C Operators, Type Conversion. Writing a Program in C: Variable declaration, Statements, Simple C Programs, Simple Input Statements, Simple Output Statements. Control Statements: Conditional Expressions, Loop Statements, Breaking control statements.

UNIT – II
Functionsand Program Structures:Introduction, Defining a Function, Types of User Defined Functions,Return Statement, Actual & Formal Arguments, Local & Global Variables, Scope of Variables, Recursive Functions.Arrays:One dimensional array, Array Declaration, Array Initialization, Two dimensional array, Declaration and initialization of two dimensional array, multidimensional array, Character array and Strings functions.

UNIT – III
Pointers: Pointer Declaration, Pointer Arithmetic, Pointers and Functions, Pointers and Arrays, Pointer and Strings, Array of Pointers, Pointers to Pointers. More on Functions: Pre-processors, Macros, Header Files, standard Functions.

UNIT-IV
Structures, unions and File handling:Declaration of Structure, Initializing a Structure, Array of Structure, Arrays within Structure, Pointer and Structure,  40 Union.Data File Operations: Review of input/output Functions, Opening and Closing of files, Simple File Operation, Structures and File Operation, Block Read/Write, More on File operations, Random Access File processing.

Text Book:
1. D. Ravichandran, Programming in C, New Age International Publishers.
Reference Books:
1. E. Balaguruswami, Programming in ANSI C,McGraw-Hill.
2. R Subburaj, Programming in C, Vikash Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
3. S.K.Shrivastava&Dipali Srivastava, C in Depth, BPB Publication.
4. YashwantKanetkar, Let Us C, BPB Publication, 9th Edition.
5. Veugopal Prasad, Mastering C, McGraw-Hill.
6. Schildt, The Complete Reference C, McGraw-Hill.

 

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