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					               PC-I
     (Infrastructure Sectors)
       Information Technology




      ESTABLISHMENT OF
  COMPUTER LABABORATORY
             IN
GARRISON CADET COLLEGE KOHAT
           (GCCK)




   PAKISTAN COMPUTER BUREAU
     I.T & TELECOM DIVISION
            ISLAMABAD




             April, 2006


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              GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
                PLANNING COMMISSION
                     PC-1 FORM
             (INFRASTRUCTURE SECTORS)

1.    Name of the project

2.    Location

3.    Authorities responsible for:
        i. Sponsoring
       ii. Execution
      iii. Operation and maintenance
      iv. Concerned federal ministry

4.    Plan provision

5.    Project objectives and its relationship with sector objectives

6.    Description, justification, technical parameters and technology
      transfer aspects (enclose feasibility study for projects costing
      Rs. 300 million and above)

7.    Capital cost estimates

8.    Annual operating and maintenance cost after completion of the
      project

9.    Demand and supply analysis

10.   Financial plan and mode of financing


11.   Project benefits and analysis
       i) Financial
       ii) Economic
       iii) Social benefits with indicators
       iv) Employment generation (direct and indirect)
       v) Environmental impact
       vi) Impact of delays on project cost and viability
12.   Implementation schedule


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13.   Management structure and manpower requirements including
      specialized skills during construction and operational phases

14.   Additional projects/decisions required to       maximize socio-
      economic benefits from the proposed project

15.   Certified that the project proposal has been prepared on the basis
      of instructions provided by the Planning Commission for the
      preparation of PC-I for Infrastructure sector projects.



                              Prepared by _______________________
                                         Name, Designation & Phone #



                                Checked by _______________________
                                        Name, Designation & Phone #



                               Approved by _______________________
                                        Name, Designation & Phone #




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                  GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
                   PLANNING COMMISSION
   1. Name of the Project
          Establishment of Computer Lab in Garrison Cadet College Kohat (GCCK)

   2. Location
          Garrison Cadet College, Kohat (GCCK), NWFP


   3. Authorities responsible for
    i)      Sponsoring                            I.T. & Telecom Division
                                                  Government of Pakistan

    ii)     Execution                             Pakistan Computer Bureau (PCB)
                                                  I.T. & Telecom Division
                                                  Government of Pakistan


   iii)     Operation and Maintenance             Garrison Cadet College Kohat
                                                  (GCCK)

   iv)      Concerned Federal Ministry            Ministry of Information Technology

  4. (a)        Plan provision

                 If the project is included in the medium term/five year
                  plan, specify actual allocation.
                   Rs. 4.53 Million

                 If not included in the current plan, what warrants its
                  inclusion and how is it now proposed to be
                  accommodated.
                                           N.A.

                 If the project is proposed to be financed out of block
                  provision, indicate:

Total block              Amount already Amount proposed            Balance
provision                committed      for this project           available
          ---                   ---            Rs. 4.53 Million          ---

      (b)       Provision in the current year PSDP/ADP
                                           N.A.

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5. Project Objectives
          Provision of facilities for the improvement of quality education from
   middle to F.Sc level. The proposed project shall provide a nucleus for modern
   and latest Computer Education to the students of this college, enrolled from all
   over Pakistan on open merit. It will also facilitate achievements of the
   objectives of Information Technology (I.T) policy 2000 as well as the national
   education policy1998-2010.
          Objectives of the new policy lays great stress on computer education such
   as, “To popularize Information Technology among the children of all ages,
   prepare them for the next century, educate the different function of computer as a
   learning tool in the class rooms and to employ I.T in practical fields.

   The project shall have the following salient objectives:
             To promote and facilitate the advancement and dissemination of
              knowledge in computer and IT related technologies in the country in
              general and GCCK; in particular.
             To produce quality manpower in IT.
             To create a nucleus for IT education which may cater to the needs of
              the nation.
             To attract talented students for education in Computer Science and IT.
             To establish a permanent unit for regular supply of manpower in IT.
             To enhance accessibility to computer / IT education to students and
              teachers.

   The Computer Lab shall have the facilities for the following Academic
   programmes per year:

                  Programme                      Total
                  Class 6th                       32
                  Class 7th                       32
                  Class 8th                       91
                  Class 9th                       55
                  Class 10th                      78
                  Class 11th                      64
                  Class 12th                      90
                  Total                          442
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      In order to achieve the above objectives and targets of enrollments, a grant of
      Rs:4.53 million is needed for provision of the following facilities:(Rs in millions)
                                  a. Equipment
                                  b. Additional Equipment
                                  c. Furniture
                                  d. Books



6.   Description and Justification of Project (enclose feasibility study
     for projects costing Rs.300 million & above.)
      The GCCK is an elite educational institution which imparts quality education to
      the students from class 6th to F.Sc level. The students are selected purely on merit
      from all over Pakistan, with no quota system. The students are of high intellectual
      bracket and want to gain very high standard of I.T knowledge. The students of
      this college have gained positions in the Board exams with almost every student
      passing in A+ and A grade. In very short span of life, college has established its
      credibility and stands shoulder to shoulder with all other cadet colleges of
      country. By now a large number of students from this college are not only at key
      positions in various fields of life, but many students are presently studying in
      various professional colleges and universities all over Pakistan. This facility to the
      students of the college will further facilitate in shining their career in Science &
      Technology.

      Implementation and Execution Plan of the Proposed Project


      i)     DISTRIBUTION          OF     RESPONSIBILITIES           between    PCB     and
             Directorate of Technical Education and Manpower Training.
             a.     Decision making regarding implementation of project (i.e.
                    procurement) will be carried out by PCB in consultation with the
                    Garrison Cadet College Kohat (GCCK).
             b.     After decision of procurement, the equipment, materials and
                    commodities will be delivered to the Garrison Cadet College Kohat
                    (GCCK) by Pakistan Computer Bureau (PCB).
             c.     Garrison Cadet College Kohat (GCCK) and PCB will maintain
                    record of total procurement/delivery challans etc. Garrison Cadet

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                     College Kohat (GCCK) will maintain inventory of delivered
                     procured items.
     ii). TIMELY AUDIT
            The audit will be carried out by the office of the Auditor General of
             Pakistan.
            Request will be made by the Garrison Cadet College Kohat (GCCK) for
             the audit of project at the end of fiscal year.
            Audit of Garrison Cadet College Kohat (GCCK)/PCB will be carried out
             in accordance with the distribution of responsibilities detailed in item 6(i).

             Regular internal audit of the procured items provided in this project would
     also be conducted at the end of the year.

             Students between 12 – 18 years of ages from all over Pakistan. The facility
     will directly affect 442 families of our country whose sons are studying in the
     college. College is functioning independently and is affiliated with Board of
     Intermediate and Secondary Education, Kohat.


             The aim is to train our students at intermediate level thus preparing them
     for higher I.T education, through their admission in I.T professional colleges /
     universities.
             Main emphasis will be on training of students in computer and I.T
     education at F.Sc level. The syllabus is as prescribed by N.W.F.P Text Book
     Board. The Department has one M.Sc Computer Science teacher, who assisted by
     two other staff member who held Diploma in Computer Science.

     Project Duration

     The program will continue for 12 months after approval of the project.

7.   Capital cost estimates

     Date of estimation of Project cost.
     April 2006

     Basis of determining the capital cost be provided.
     The estimates have been prepared on the basis of previous work done and
     market survey etc.

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      Year-wise/component-wise financial phasing
      Rs. 4.53 millions
      (Annexure-I)

      Justification of the project
      The GCCK is an elite educational institution which imparts quality education to
      the students from class 6th to F.Sc level. The students are selected purely on merit
      from all over Pakistan, with no quota system. The students are of high intellectual
      bracket and want to gain very high standard of I.T knowledge. The students of
      this college have gained positions in the Board exams with almost every student
      passing in A+ and A grade. In very short span of life, college has established its
      credibility and stands shoulder to shoulder with all other cadet colleges of
      country. By now a large number of students from this college are not only at key
      positions in various fields of life, but many students are presently studying in
      various professional colleges and universities all over Pakistan. This facility to the
      students of the college will further facilitate in shining their career in Science &
      Technology. The facility will directly affect 442 families of our country whose
      sons are studying in the college.


8. Annual Operating Cost

                                          Rs.0.314
9. Demand and supply analysis
                                           N. A.


10. Financial Plan
      The project will be financed through PSDP, Government of Pakistan.

11. Benefits of the project and analysis

         Economic & Social/Benefits:

             As a result of the implementation of the project, 442 students and 24
         teachers will be served per annum. The facility will enhance the standard of
         performance of various organizations/institutions where the trained students
         may finally land.

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        Environmental:
            There will be positive impacts on the Science & Technology environment
        of the country.

        Employment generation (direct and indirect).

           As a result of implementation and operation of the project, job
        opportunities will be created for one Officer M.Sc Computer Science and his
        two assistants with Diploma in Computer Science.

12.   Implementation Schedule

        Starting and completion date of the project
        July 2006                June 2007

        Item-wise/year-wise implementation schedule in line chart
        correlated with the phasing of physical activities.
        ( Annexure-V )

13.   Management Structure and Manpower Requirements
        Administrative arrangements for implementation of project.
          The project will be implemented by Principal, Computer Officer and
        Admin. Officer of Garrison Cadet College Kohat.

        The manpower requirements by skills during execution and
        operation of the project be provided.
                                        N.A.
        The job description, qualification, experience, age and salary
        of each post be provided.
                                        N.A.




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15.   Certificate

      Certified that the project proposal has been prepared on the basis of instructions
      provided by the Planning Commission for the preparation of PC-I for
      Infrastructure sector projects.




                                        Prepared by ______________________
                                                    Muhammad Bilal
                                                    Computer Officer, GCCK




                                         Checked by _______________________
                                                    Iqbal Muhammad
                                                    Director Planning, KUST




                                        Approved by _______________________
                                                    Brig. (Retd)Tariq Saeed
                                                    Principal, GCCK




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16. Breakdown of the capital cost year wise, covering the whole of
    investment period as indicated below. (Rs in Millions)


   ITEM          TOTAL AT OFFICIAL RATE                               2006 - 2007
                     OF EXCHANGE
                    Local    FEC       Imp.          Total    Local      FEC        Total
                    Cost               Duties                 Cost

 Equipment          2.62       -           -         2.62     2.62         -        2.62

 Additional
                    1.10       -           -         1.10     1.10         -        1.10
 Equipment

  Furniture         .506       -           -         .506     .506         -        .506

  Books &
                     0.3       -           -          0.3      0.3         -          0.3
   Charts

                    4.53                             4.53     4.53         -        4.53



17. Annual phasing of physical work and financial requirements for
    project

Year                 Physical work                     Financial Requirements
                    Item           % Age            Local       FEC            Total
            Equipment              100%             2.62m            -         2.62m
            Additional             100%             1.1m             -         1.1m
  2006-
            Equipment
  2007
            Furniture              100%             .506m            -         .506m
            Books                  100%              .3m             -          .3m
            Total                  100%             4.53m            -         4.53m




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18. Source and amount of rupee component of project

               Source                     Amount for Capital   Amounts for
                                          expenditure          Recurring
                                                               expenditure
   a. Govt. Source :
              i.       Grant (Fed Govt)         4.53 million          -
              ii.       Loan                         -                -
              iii.     Investment                    -                -
              iv.      Direct Govt.                  -                -
                     Expenditure
   b. Sponsoring agency’s own fund                   -                -
   c. Private investment                             -                -
   d. local body resources, if any                   -              0.318
                                                     -
   e. Non-Government Borrowing                                        -
   f. Other sources(e.g.recoveries)                  -                -




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                  REQUIREMENTS OF EQUIPMENT
A COST OF A LABORATORY
S.NO   ITEM WITH DETAILED                      QUANTITY   UNIT       TOTAL
       SPECIFICATION                                      PRICE      COST
1.     SERVERS                                     2       150,000      300,000
       Product Description:
       Mainboard (Server Board)
       Processors 2 x 3.8 GHz
       Processor main feature is Hyper-
       Threading Technology
       Cache Memory: 1 MB L2
       Cache Per Processor: 1 MB
       Ram: 1 GB (installed)/ 16 GB (max)
       – DDR II SDRAM
       Hard DD : 3 x 80GB
       Floppy DD :1.44 MB
       OPTICAL STORAGE:
       CD ROM
       CD Writer
       DVD Rom
       Graphic Controller :
       ATI RAGE XL - 128 MB
       Monitor : 21 inch Philips
       Networking : Network Adapter -
       PC-X / 133 MHz – Ethernet , Fast
       Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
       Power : AC 110/230 V
       ( 50/60 Hz )
       Manufacturer Warranty : 3 years
       warranty




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2.   Workstations                                 32        40,000   12,80,000
     Motherboard
     Desktop Board D945GNT
     Processors
     Pentium-(4) 3.6GHz
     Processor Socket LGA775
     Processor Main Features is Hyper-
     Threading Technology
     Graphics Media Accelerator 950
     RAM:DDR (512MB)
     Hard Drive Disk 80 GB
     Floppy DD:1.44 MB
     CD Drive
     LAN SUPPORT : 10/100/1000 LAN
     Monitor:15 inch
     Casing :XT ATX Type
     Keyboard :Full multimedia
     Mouse : Laser mouse
     3 year limited warranty†
3.   Printers
     Laser Jet 1300L                                   3    24,000     72,000
4.   UPS 3 KV                                          2   150,000    300,000

5.   Modem
        i.      External                               2    10,000     20,000
        ii. Internal                                   2     5,000     10,000
6.   Network accessories
        i.      UTP Cable Cat 6             1500 feet          20      30,000
        ii. ii. RJ-25 Connector             150                25       3,750
       iii.     Intel Switch 10 port        2               20,000     40,000
       iv.      Intel Switch 24 Port        1               40,000     40,000




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7.      Stabilizer
           i.   3KVA                        4                  15,000           60,000
           ii. 5KVA                         4                  25,000          100,000
8.      Air Conditioners                    2                  35,000           70,000
        Split 2 ton
9.      Electric Wiring                     Complete           30,000           30,000

10.     Network Wiring                      Complete           50,000           50,000

            Total cost of equipment:                                         26,20,775




      REQUIREMENTS OF ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

S.NO   ITEM WITH                       QUANTITY        UNIT         TOTAL
       DETAILED                                        PRICE        COST
       SPECIFICATION
1.     Generator 35 KVA Chinese             1            500,000         500,000


2.     Multimedia Projector                 1            250,000         250,000
       (Hitachi 1800 Lumps

3.     Software                                          200,000         200,000


4.     White Screen for projector           1             25,000          25,000


5.     Room Floor tile porcelain                         100,000         100,000


6.     Roof false ceiling                                 25,000          25,000


 TOTAL COST OF ADDITIONAL                               11,00,000       11,00,000
          EQUIPMENT




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                REQUIREMENTS OF FURNITURE ,
                    DUST PROFFING & FITTING

S.NO           PARTICULARS                  QUANTITY   COST       TOTAL
1.             Computer revolving chairs        65        4000     260,000
2.             Office revolving chair           1        12000      12,000
3.             Computer desks with side         32        5000     160,000
               drawer. And also key
               board and mouse section.
4.             Office table and server          3         8000      24,000
               computer table
5.             High class Office used           1        20,000     20,000
               cupboard
6.             Book racks with glass and        3        10,000     30,000
               locks.
               TOTAL FURNITURE COST                                506,000

     Course Books And Other Computer Related Books &               3,00,000
                       Charts Etc




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                              LIST OF BOOKS
1.     SUBJECT: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
S.NO        NAME OF BOOK                      AUTHOR’S NAME               DATE
1.      Information Technology            William Sawyer(3rd Edition)   Mar, 2003

2.      Information Technology            William Sawyer(4th Edition)   Oct, 2005

3.      Computer Application              Longman series                Jan, 2001
        (For Secondary Two)
4.      GCSE Computer Studies             Graham Tylor                  Feb, 2001
        (Information Technology)
5.      Information System                Stephan Doyle                 Jan, 2000
        (For you) (3rd Edition)
2.     SUBJECT: DATABASE
1.      Database modeling & design        Toby J.Teory                  July, 2000

2.      The database relation model       C. J                          July, 2000

3.      Database step by step             Mard .L .gillenson            Jan,1990

4.      Database solution                 Thomas Connolly               Dec,1999

5.      Database processing               David m kroenke               June,2000

6.      Databse systems in science and    J.R.Rumble F.L                May, 1998
        engineering
7.      Database transaction models       Ahmed K Elmagarmid            Dec,1992
        for advance
8.      Desogmomg enterprise client       Beth gold Berstesin           Sep,1997

9.      Deductive databases               Robert m cloomb               Aug,1997

10.     Desigingn relational Database     Rebecca Riodan                Sep,1999
        systems




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3.    SUBJECT: DIGITAL LOGIC AND DESIGN
1.     Fundamental of Digital Logic      M . Fafiquzzaman         Jul , 1997
       and micro computer design
       Revised Edition
2.     Digital Design Fundamentals       Kennet James breeding    Jan , 1997

3.     Digital Design                    M. Morris mano           Sep ,1996

4.     Introduction to Digital Logic     John P Hayes             May,1993
       Design
5.     Practical Digital Design and      Parag k lala             Oct,1995
       practice
6.     Logic Design and introduction     Mike Wharton             Dec,1995
       to Digital logic
7.     Digital Logic applications and    John M.Yarbrough         Sep,1996
       Design
8.     Digital Technology:Principal      John W Cater             June ,1996
       and practice
9.     Digital Design using Abel         David Pellerin Michael   Oct ,1995
                                         ,hollet
10.    Introduction to applied Fuzzy     Ahmed m.Ibrahim          Aug,1996
       Electronics
4.    SUBJECT: DATA COMMUNICATION
1.     High performance computer         Jean Ealrand Pravin      Jan ,2000
       Networks                          Varaiya
2.     Wireless Multimedia               Ellen Kayata Wesel       Dec ,1997
       Communication
3.     Data Structure using C and C++    Yedidyah Langsam ,etal   Dec,1995

4.     Classic Data Structure in Java    Timothy Budd             Oct,2000

5.     C++ OO Data Structure             Carl phillip             Mar,1994

6.     The design of dynamic data        Mark H.
       structure


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7.     Itroduction to T1/T2                Regis J Bates              Jan,1992
       Networking
8.     Purely functional data structure    Chris pkasaki              July,1999

9.     Data Structure and advance          Jefferey Esakov            Sep,2000
       approach using C
10.     Dynamic Data strictires            Todd kind Editor           Jun ,1995
        :Theory and Application
5.     SUBJECT: PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE:
S.NO          NAME OF BOOK                     AUTHOR’S NAME             DATE
1.      The C programming language         Brain W.Kernighan          Jan,1998

2.      Beginning SQL Server 2000          Mass mardet                Nov,2000
        for Visual Basic Developers
3.      Professional active Server         Alex Homer etal            Aug ,2000
        Pages4.0
4.      HTML & XTML: The                   Chuck Musciano             Aug ,1999
        definitive Guide
5.      Microsoft Visual C++ Deluxe                                   Apr ,1999
        learning
6.      Dynamic HTML: The                  Danny Goodman              Aug ,2000
        definitive Reference 1998
7.      Professinonal java server
        programming with servlets ,
        JSP<XML ,EJB,JNDI,Cobra &
        Jini & javaspaces
8.      Pratical SQL : The squel           Alex homer etal              Sep,1999

9.      Professional Active Server         Rob Vieria , Rober Viera       1999
        programming
10.     Professional Window
        DNA,Building Distributed Web,
        Applications with VB,COM+
        ,MSMQ,SOAP Mass Market and
        SAP



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6.    SUBJECT: OPERATING SYSTEM
1.     Operating System internal &      Wlliam Stalling           2002
       design principal
2.     The ABC’S of Window 98           Sharon Crawford neil      June ,1998

3.     Advance concept in operating     Muikesh Singal            Jan ,1994
       system                           ,etal.hardcover
4.     Advance UNIX Programming         Marc J.Rochking           Feb ,1992

5.     Advanced user’s and System       Cde Documentation Group   Jul,1995
       Administrators
       ( Guide Common Desktop
       Environment )
6.     Advance Windows (3rd ED.)                                  Jan ,2002

7.     Applied Operating System         Silberschats              Aug,1999
       Concepts
8.     Advance Unix tools 4 days        Jeff howel hardcover      Jan ,2000

9.     Advance Unix users Interactive   John cmullen,mark         Oct,1999
       workbbok
10.    Applied Unix programming         Bharat Kurani Textboook   Aug,1996
       Volume 2 (Bk/Disk)               Binding
7.    SUBJECT: SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
1.     WRITING Effective use Casws       Alistrair Cockburn       Oct ,2000
       (The Crystal Collection for
       Software professional)
2.     Mastring the requirements         Suzanne Rebertson        May,2000
       process
3.     Appling Use Cases                 Geri

4.     Using Microsoft Project 2000      Tim pyron

5.     Software Engineering Classics     Steve aguire

6.     A Disciline for software          Watts S humphrey         June,1995
       Engineering (Sei Series)


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7.     C:Software engineering            Peter A.Darnell                      Jun ,1996
       approach
8.     Cmm Implementation Guide          Kim caputo                           April, 1998

9.     Numerical Methods of              Steven C Chapra                      Mar, 1998
       Engineering
10.    Managing Technical People         Watts. S Humphery                    Nov,1996

8.    SUBJECT: SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN METHODS
1.    Systems analysis and design        Jeffry L Whitten                     Jun , 1997
      methods
2.    Process for system architecture    Derck Hatley                         Sep ,2000
      and requirements engineering
3.    Systems analysis and design        Kenneth E Kendall , Julie E Kendal   June ,1998

4.    Modern Systems analysis and        Feffrey A Hoffer                     Nov ,1998
      design
5.    System validation and              Heffret I Gradt                      Nov ,1997
      verification
6.    Real time systems design and       Philip A Laplante                    Mar ,1995
      analysis
7.    Systems analysis and designing     Herris                               Nov ,1999

8.    Systems analysis and design        herris                               Nov ,2002
      online
9.    Raar System Analysis and           Bassem Ph.D
      Design using Matlab
10.   Build your own PC –II system       Poyin Chu                            Nov.1998
      analysis
9.    SUBJECT: DATA STRUCTURE
1.    Schaum’s outline of Data           John R. Hubbars                      Nov,2000
      structures with Java
2.    Algorithms in C++;                 Rebert Sedgewich                     Jan,1999
      Fundanmentals data structures ,
      Sorting, searching


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3.   Algorithms in C;                       Rebert Sedgewich       Oct,19997
     Fundanmentals data structures ,
     Sorting, searching
4.   How Debbugers work :                   Jnathan B.Rosenberge   Sep,1997
     Algorithms Data Structures and
     Architectyre
5.   Schaum’s outline of Data structures    John R. Hubbars        Apr,2000

6.   Computer Communications and            Jhon R .Freer          Jan ,1996
     networks




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