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MANDATORY DISCLOSURE I. Name of the Institution MAHARAJA ENGINEERING COLLEGE Palankarai Village, Address Avinashi (TK) Coimbatore – 641 654 Telephone 04296- 271914, 274001 Fax 04296 –272128 E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org II. Name of the Principal Dr.N.Kuppuswamy B.E.,M.E., Ph.D Principal, Maharaja Engineering College, Address Palankarai Village, Avinashi (TK) Coimbatore – 641 654 Telephone 04296- 271914, 274001 Fax 04296 –272128 E-mail email@example.com III . Name of the Affiliating University: Anna University, Coimbatore IV. GOVERNANCE Members of the Board (Governing Council) and their brief background. Present professional Sl.No. Name Position Qualification position/Occupation 43 Years of Experience in running various Industries 38 Years of Experience in running various Educational Institutions Permanent Trust Member, Kongu 1 Thiru.K.Paramasivam Chairman B.Sc., Vellalar Institution of Technology Trust Chairman, Paramasivam Palanisamy Charitable Trust, Sathiyamoorthy Dharanidharan Charitable Trust and Sri Vidhya Sakthi Educational Trust 18 Years of Experience in running various Industries 17 Years of Experience in running various Educational Institutions Syndicate member, Bharathiar University,Coimbatore Permanent Trust Member, Kongu Vellalar Institution of Technology Trust Secretary & Correspondent for Maharaja Engineering College, Maharaja Prithvi Engineering College, Maharaja Institute of Technology, 2 Thiru P.Sathiyamoorthy Member B.E.,MBA.,MS., Maharaja Engineering College for Women, Maharaja College for Women, Maharaja Arts and Science College, Maharaja International School and Maharaja Matric Higher Secondary School, Maharaja College of Education and Maharaja Teacher Training Institute. Secretary, Paramasivam Palanisamy Charitable Trust, Sathiyamoorthy Dharanidharan Charitable Trust and Sri Vidhya Sakthi Educational Trust Educationist, 3 Dr.S.Muthu Member Ph.D Former Syndicate Member, Anna University, Chennai Member, Paramasivam Palanisamy 4 Mrs P.Sundari Member - Charitable Trust Member, Paramasivam Palanisamy 5 Mrs S.Annakodi Member - Charitable Trust Member, Paramasivam Palanisamy 6 Mrs P.Punitha Member MBA., Charitable Trust Member, Paramasivam Palanisamy 7 Mrs P.Saratha Member B.Sc., Charitable Trust Member, Paramasivam Palanisamy 8 Mrs P.Parameshwari Member - Charitable Trust Member B.E.,M.E.,Ph.D Principal, 9 Dr. N.Kuppuswamy Secretary Maharaja Engineering College Members of Academic Advisory Body S.No Name Position Category Qualification 1 Dr. N.Kuppuswamy Chairman Principal M.E., Ph.D Asst.Professor 2 A.Gandhimathi Member M.C.A Asst.Professor 3 T.Velumani Member M.E.,(Ph.D) Asst.Professor 4 S.Kathirvelu Member M.E.,(Ph.D) Professor M.E.,(Ph.D) 5 Prof.C.N.Marimuthu Member and H.O.D Professor M.E.,(Ph.D) 6 Prof.T.P.Andamuthu Member and H.O.D Frequency of Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body : * Board meeting is conducted twice in a year. * Academic Advisory Body meeting is conducted during every month. Organizational Chart and Processes CHAIRMAN CORRESPONDENT PRINCIPAL Academic Non-Academic HOD Administrative Officer Teaching Technical Office Superintendent Medical Officer Staff Staff Office Staff Organizational Chart Organizational Processes Governing Council * To monitor the academic and other related activities of the college * To consider the recommendations of the Staff Selection Committee * To consider the important communications, policy decisions received from the University, Government, AICTE,etc. * To monitor the students and faculty development programmes. * To consider the recommendations of the Planning and Monitoring Board of the college for implementation * To pass the annual budget of the college. Planning and Monitoring Board * To review the academic and other related activities of the college. * To review the students and faculty development programmes * To visualize and formulate perspective plans for the development and growth of the college. * To formulate Master Plan for campus development , facilitating implementation of the provision of the perspective plan * To draw new schemes of development for the college. * To plan for resource mobilization through industry interaction, consultancy and extra –mural funding. * To promote research and extension activities in the college campus. * To promote teaching innovations and student placement programmes. * To plan for sustaining the quality of education, quality improvement and accreditation of the college. * To recommend schemes to promote participation of academic departments in community development activities in the region. Discipline and Welfare Committee: Discipline and welfare committee will look after the following functions i) To examine / inquire and recommend punishments / remedial measure in the case of: a) malpractices in examinations b) indiscipline in the college campus and hostel premises c) complaints of ragging d) complaints of eve- teasing and harassment of weaker sections e) any other activity that may damage the discipline and harmony of the college. ii) To visit periodically the campus of the college, including the hostels to recommend improvements in amenities and maintenance of students’ facilities Nature and Extent of involvement of Faculty and students in academic affairs / improvements Faculty: * Organizing summer and winter schools. * Participating and presenting papers in various conferences / seminars / symposia. * Participating in Faculty Development Programs conducted by AICTE and Anna University. * Preparation of Lesson materials. * Preparation of Lab Manuals. * Publishing papers in various journals. * Arranging guest lectures on important topics of interest. Students * Organizing department wise association meetings on various current topics. * Actively participating in paper presentation on various topics in seminars / symposia conducted in different colleges / Institutions. * Group discussions for improving the leadership skills. * Attending Guest lectures on recent topics. * Actively participating in NSS,NCC,YRC,NSO and other sports activities. Mechanism / Norms & Procedure for democratic / good Governance * Governing council to monitor the academic and other relative activities of the college * Planning and Monitoring board to recommend plans for the development of the college * Grievance redressal committee will take care of grievances of staff, student and faculty. * Discipline and Welfare committee will look after the following functions * To examine / inquire and recommend punishments / remedial measure in the case of: a) malpractices in examinations b) indiscipline in the college campus and hostel premises c) complaints of ragging d) complaints of eve- teasing and harassment of weaker sections e) any other activity that may damage the discipline and harmony of the college. * To visit periodically the campus of the college, including the hostels to recommend improvements in amenities and maintenance of students’ facilities Student Feedback on Institutional Governance / faculty performance For improving faculty performance, we get the rating of faculty in every subject at the end of the semester from the students. The sample form used is enclosed below. MAHARAJA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, AVINASHI – 641 654 EVALUATION OF STAFF BY STUDENTS Please rate every faculty taught you during this semester as classified below. Your response should be A, B, C or D. Academic Year : Semester : Department : Programme : Course : Faculty Member Name : Response S.No Category A , B ,C or D Punctuality and regularity in conducting the 1 class Ability to communicate effectively and make 2 the students understand the subject content 3 Coverage of Syllabus and its depth 4 Faculty – Students relationship Fairness in evaluation of tests and 5 assignments Additional comments if any: Name : Signature “ A “ is Excellent “ B “ is Good “ C “ is Normal “ D “ is Below Normal Grievance Redressal mechanism for Faculty, Staff and Students. * Principal conducts meeting with all head of the departments on every week to discuss about the staff and student appraisal. * Discipline and welfare committee will look after the following functions ii) To examine / inquire and recommend punishments / remedial measure in the case of: a. malpractices in examinations b. indiscipline in the college campus and hostel premises c. complaints of ragging d. complaints of eve- teasing and harassment of weaker sections e. any other activity that may damage the discipline and harmony of the college. iii) To visit periodically the campus of the college, including the hostels to recommend improvements in amenities and maintenance of students’ facilities * The grievance redressal committee with the HODs as members and Principal as the chairman meets once in 15 days. The grievances from the students are collected through the tutors for which the main source is the counseling record. This record is maintained by recording the information obtained from the students during counseling hour. * The grievances of the faculty and staff are collected by the HODs. The grievances obtained are presented for discussion during the meeting. The solution for the highlighted problems are sought in an amicable manner with the advice of the Principal. The awareness obtained is also utilized for system development, if necessary. * Health center with the basic infrastructure to handle emergency medical needs of students and staff and to meet the periodical medical check up. V. PROGRAMMES Name of the Programmes approved by the AICTE. Master of Computer Applications Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE -NIL- Programme Details Name of the Programme : Master of Computer Applications Number of Seats : 60 Duration : 3 Years Cut off mark / rank for admission during the last three years : Cut-off marks out of 100 S.No Academic Year Government Management Quota Quota 1 2008-2009 29.50 70.00 2 2007-2008 33.00 51.00 3 2006-2007 76.00 66.00 Fee : Rs. 25,000 /- per Year Placement Facilities : Off Campus and On Campus available Campus Placement in last three years Min.Salary Average Salary No.of Students Max.Salary per S.No Duration per annum per annum in Placed annum in Rs. in Rs. Rs. 1 2008-2009 8 2,80,000 2,00,000 1,80,000 2 2007-2008 4 3,00,000 2,21,000 2,60,500 3 2006-2007 10 2,70,000 1,50,000 2,10,000 Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation / collaboration with Foreign University(s) / Institution and being run in the same Campus along with status of their AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration , give the following details Details of the Foreign Institution / University: Name of the University / Institution Address Website Is the Institution / University ?Accredited in its Home Country Ranking of the Institution / University in the Home Country Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian Degree? If yes, the name of the agency which has approved equivalence. If no, implications for students in terms of pursuit of higher studies in India and abroad and job both within and outside the country. Nature of Collaboration Conditions of Collaboration Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of collaboration For each Collaborative / affiliated Programme give the following: Programme Focus Number of seats Admission Procedure Fee Placement Facility Placement Records for the last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic/ Foreign Institution has applied to AICTE for approval as required under notification no .37-3/ Legal /2005 dated 16th May, 2005(Last Year) (NOT APPLICABLE) VI. FACULTY Branch wise list faculty members: Permanent Permanent Visiting Adjunct Guest Faculty: Student S.No Branch Faculty Faculty Faculty Faculty Ratio Master of 1 Computer of 15 -- -- -- 1:12 Applications Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years S.NO STATUS 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 1 EMPLOYED 5 4 4 2 RELIVED 5 4 4 VII. PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED 1. 1. Name : Dr. N. Kuppuswamy 2. Date of Birth : 05.10.1952 3. Educational Qualification : Ph.D (Production Engg) 4. Work Experience Teaching : 8 Yrs Research : 5 Yrs Industry : 22 Yrs Others : Nil 5. Area of Specializations Under graduate level : Mechanical Engineering Post graduate level : Production Engineering 6. Subjects teaching at Under graduate level : Fluid Mechanics & Machinery, Work shop Tech. Design for Manufacturing Post graduate level : Production Mgt, Operations Research Process planning and cost estimation 7. Research guidance Post graduate level :2 Ph.D. : Acting as Co-Guide for 2 Candidates 8. No. of papers published in National Journals : 10 Nos. International Journals : Under Preparation Conferences : 22 9. Projects carried out Under graduate level : 25 Nos Post graduate level : 15 Nos. 10. Patents : Nil 11. Technology Transfer : Field Experience & case studies taken in the class room 12. Research Publications : Under Preparation 13. No. of Books Published with details : Under Preparation Name of the Total Total Programme Sanctioned number of (UG & PG) Intake Faculty (last 4 yrs. for required as Details of Faculty Available Nature of Appointment Engg. , per norms last 3 yrs. (column 2 for MCA and divided by last 2 yrs. for 15) MBA) Professors Assistant Lecturers Total Total number Total (Rs. 16400- Professors (Rs.8000- Others/ of faculty number 22400 scale) / Readers 13500) visiting Permanent & of faculty (Rs. 12000- faculty Approved by on adhoc 18000) University basis 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 POST GRADUATE MCA 180 12 01 02 12 15 -- Permanent -- VIII. FEE Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution. CET quota Management quota S.No. Category Fixed by the State Fee Fixed by the State Fee Committee Rs. Committee Rs. Tuition Fee MCA 25000/- 25000/- 1 University fee 2 (Examination fee, As per Anna University Norms Registration fee etc.) 3 Hostel fee (Rent etc.) 23,000/- Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme. Within thirty days after the commencement of each Academic Year No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students. -- Nil-- Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount -- Nil -- Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship. --Not Applicable-- Estimated cost of boarding and Lodging in Hostels. Boarding & Lodging : Rs. 23,000 per year IX. ADMISSION Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval. Year of approval by Number of Courses AICTE seats Letter No. and Date sanctioned PG TN-17/MCP-CS/97, M.C.A 60 (FT) 26.11.1997 Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years. Number of students admitted PG Courses 2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009 (FT) M.C.A 59 59 59 Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota and number admitted. 2008-2009 2008-2007 2006-2005 PG Courses Applications Applications Applications Admitted Admitted Admitted (FT) received received received M.C.A 35 30 47 30 45 30 X. ADMISSION PROCEDURE Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website). Government Quota : Tamilnadu Common Admissions (TNCA 2009) ANNA UNIVERSITY Guindy,Chennai-25 www.annauniv.edu Management Quota : Professional Course Common Entrance Test MBA/MCA Consortium of Self Financing Professional Arts and Science College in Tamilnadu Royapettah, Chennai- 14. www.tnsfconsortium.org Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test] Tamilnadu Common Admissions (TNCA 2007) : 50 Percent of approved Intake Professional Course Common Entrance Test MBA/MCA : 50 Percent of approved Intake Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats: Last date for request for applications : 30.8.2009 Last date for submission of application. : 30.8.2009 Dates for announcing final results. : 19.9.2009 Release of admission list (main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day) : 19.9.2009 Date for acceptance by the candidate (time given should in no case be less than 15 days) : 15 days Last date for closing of admission. : As per DOTE Schedule Starting of the Academic session. : As Per Anna University Schedule The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list. : No Waiting List The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly : Refund based according to the % Attended notified. CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc. Admission Test : 100 Marks Qualifying examination : Should be a Pass in any recognized bachelors degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline with mathematics at 10+2 school level OR Should be a Pass in any recognized bachelors degree of minimum three years duration in any discipline with mathematics as one of the subject Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any. As per State Government orders Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years. 2009-2008 2008-2007 2007-2006 Courses GQ MQ GQ MQ GQ MQ MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN M.C.A 29.50 9.50 70.00 13.75 33.00 6.00 51.00 13.00 76.00 11..06 66.00 17.00 Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted. Yes . Displayed in the notice board. XII APPLICATION FORM Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities. Application enclosed. XIII LIST OF APPLICANTS List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats. Admissions Not Yet Completed XIV RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATS/VACANT SEATS Composition of selection team for admission under Management Quota with the brief profiles of members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over) Professional Course Common Entrance Test Board Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit. Admissions Not Yet Completed List of candidates who have been offered admission. Admissions Not Yet Completed Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates. -- Nil -- List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list. Admissions Not Yet Completed XV INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE LIBRARY: 1. No. of Library books/Titles/Journals available(Programme- wise) Number of Number of No of S.No Programme Titles Books journals 1 MCA 1853 3660 14 2 List of online National/Internartional journals : 10 subscribed. 3 E -Librarary facilities. Available LABORATORY: For each Laboratory List of Major Equipment/Facilities- Quantity Total Cost S.No Name (Rs) Pentium-Core2Duo 1 90 2250000 Computer System List of Experimental Setup MCA (I –Semester) MCA106 – OFFICE AUTOMATION LAB List of Experiments WORD 1. Creating and formatting a simple document (using Bulleted and Numbered list, adding Headers, Footers and Page numbers). 2. Navigating Long document with the Document Map. 3. Working with Tables (create tables, editing tables, formatting tables, converting tables, sorting table contents, etc.,). 4. Mail Merge. 5. Creating a Birthday card. EXCEL 6. Formatting the worksheets (Formatting the cell, rows, and columns) 7. Working with functions and formulae. 8. Presenting Data with Charts. 9. Performing What-If analysis with data table. 10. Summarize the data using pivot table. POWER POINT 11. Presentation using Text with animation. 12. Presentation using images, media file. 13. Creating a graph in a PowerPoint slides. 14. Creating self running presentations. 15. Hiding and showing the slides. ACCESS 16. Creating a database (create a table, setting field properties and setting the key). 17. Entering and editing data using forms. 18. Retrieving data from more than one related table using queries (using Query Wizard). 19. Generating Report using Report Wizards. TALLY 20. Creation of company, Accounts Configuration, Classification of Accounts using Tally. 21. Accounts Masters, Accounts Voucher – Voucher Entry, conversion, Interest Calculation, Printing of voucher using Tally. 22. Create a Contra Voucher, payment and Receipt Voucher using Tally. 23. Create Sales and Purchase Voucher, Credit notes and Debit notes using Tally. 24. Create Trading Account, Profit/Loss Account. Balance Sheet using Tally. MCA (I –Semester) MCA108 – PROGRAMMING LAB List of Experiments 1. Display the following: (i) Floyd’s triangle (ii) Pascal Triangle 2. Generate the following series of numbers: Armstrong numbers between 1 to 100 Prime numbers between 1 to 50 Fibonacci series up to N numbers 3. Manipulate the strings with following operations. (i) Concatenating two strings (ii) Reversing the string (iii) Finding the substring (iv) Replacing a string (v) Finding length of the string 4. Find the summation of the following series: (i) Sine (ii) Cosine (iii) Exponential 5. Create the sales report for M sales person and N products using two dimensional array. 6. Simulate following Banking operations using functions. (i)Deposit (ii) Withdrawal (iii) Balance Enquiry 7. Implement using recursion I, Find the solution of Towers of Hanoi problem using recursion. II, Fibonacci number generation. III, Factorial 8. Generate Student mark sheets using structures. 9. Create a collection of books using arrays of structures and do the following: Search a book with title and author name (ii) Sorts the books on title. MCA (I –Semester) MCA107 - DATA STRUCTURES LAB List of Experiments 1. Represent the given sparse matrix using one dimensional array and linked list. 2. Create a Stack and do the following operations using arrays and linked lists (i)Push (ii) Pop (iii) Peep 3. Create a Queue and do the following operations using arrays and linked lists (i)Add (ii) Remove 4. Implement the operations on singly linked list, doubly linked list and circular linked list. 5. Create a binary search tree and do the following traversals (i)In-order (ii) Pre order (iii) Post order 6. Implement the following operations on a binary search tree. (i) Insert a node (ii) Delete a node 7. Sort the given list of numbers using heap and quick sort. 8. Perform the following operations in a given graph (i) Depth first search (ii) Breadth first search 9. Find the shortest path in a given graph using Dijkstra algorithm MCA (II –Semester) MCA207 – OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LAB List of Experiments 1. Programs using Constructor and Destructor. 2. Creation of classes and use of different types of functions. 3. Count the number of objects created for a class using static member function 4. Write programs using function overloading and operator overloading. 5. Programs using inheritance 6. Programs using friend functions 7. Programs using virtual function. 8. Write a program using exception handling mechanism 9. Programs using files. 10. Programs using function templates. MCA (II –Semester) MCA206 - ALGORITHMS LAB List of Experiments 1. Apply the divide and Conquer technique to arrange a set of numbers using merge sort method. 2. Perform Strassen’s matrix multiplication using divide and conquer method. 3. Solve the knapsack problem using greedy method. 4. Construct a minimum spanning tree using greedy method. 5. Construct optimal binary search trees using dynamic programming method of problem solving. 6. Find the solution for traveling salesperson problem using dynamic programming approach. Perform graph traversals 7. Implement the 8 Queens Problem using backtracking 8. Implement knapsack problem using backtracking. 9. Find the solution of traveling salesperson problem using branch and bound technique. MCA (II –Semester) MCA208 – DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LAB List of Experiments 1. Execute a single line and group functions for a table. 2. Execute DCL and TCL Commands 3. Create and manipulate various DB objects for a table 4. Create views, partitions and locks for a particular DB 5. Write PL/SQL Procedure for an application using exception handling 6. Write PL/SQL Procedure for an application using cursors. 7. Write a DBMS program to prepare reports for an application using functions 8. Write a PL/SQL block for transaction operations of a typical application using triggers. 9. Write a PL/SQL block for transaction operations of a typical application using package. 10. Design and develop an application using any front end and back end tool(make use of ER diagram and DFD). Typical Applications - Banking, Electricity Billing, Library Operation ,Pay roll, Insurance, Inventory, etc. MCA ( III–Semester) MC 307 – COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS List of Experiments 1. Write a C program with Fundamental Graphics Function. 2. Write a C Program for Line Drawing using Bresenham, DDA Line Drawing Algorithms. 3. Write a C Program for Circle Drawing using Bresenham Circle Drawing Algorithms. 4. Write a C Program for Clipping Algorithm using Line Clipping. 5. Write a C Program for 2D Transformations like Translations and Scaling and Rotations. 6. Write a C Program for 3D Transformations like Translations and Scaling and Rotations. 7. Create Frame by Frame Animations using multimedia authoring tools. 8. Develop a presentation for a product using techniques like Guide Layer, masking and onion Skin using authoring tools. 9. Create a Jpeg image using demonstrates the various features of an image editing tool. 10. Demonstrate Rasterization and filtering of layers and give blending effects for a Logo. MCA (III–Semester) MCA306 - INTERNET PROGRAMMING LAB List of Experiments 1. Write programs in Java to demonstrate the use of following components Textfields, buttons, Scrollbar, Choice, List and Check box 2. Write Java programs to demonstrate the use of various Layouts like Flow Layout, Border Layout, Grid layout, Grid bag layout and card layout 3. Write programs in Java to create applets incorporating the following features: Create a color palette with matrix of buttons Set background and foreground of the control text area by selecting a color from color palette. In order to select Foreground or background use check box control as radio buttons To set background images 4. Write programs in Java to do the following. Set the URL of another server. Download the homepage of the server. Display the contents of home page with date, content type, and Expiration date. Last modified and length of the home page. 5. Write programs in Java using sockets to implement the following: HTTP request FTP SMTP POP3 6. Write a program in Java for creating simple chat application with datagram sockets and datagram packets. 7. Write programs in Java using Servlets: To invoke servlets from HTML forms To invoke servlets from Applets 8. Write programs in Java to create three-tier applications using servlets for conducting on-line examination. for displaying student mark list. Assume that student information is available in a database which has been stored in a database server. 9. Create a web page with the following using HTML i) To embed a map in a web page ii) To fix the hot spots in that map iii) Show all the related information when the hot spots are clicked. 10. Create a web page with the following. i) Cascading style sheets. ii) Embedded style sheets. iii) Inline style sheets. iv) Use your college information for the web pages. MCA (IV –Semester) MCA407- VISUAL PROGRAMMING LAB List of Experiments 1. Program using application wizard: SDI, MDI, Drawing Inside the View Window, Device Context. 2. Program to handle basic events: 3. The message map, saving the view’s state, initializing a view class data member 4. Program using graphical device interface objects 5. Program to display modal and modaless dialogs. 6. Program using static and dynamic controls. 7. Program using document – view architecture 8. Program with tool bars and status bars 9. Program using SDI and MDI serialization. 10. Program to create dynamic link libraries using MFC 11. Program to interface with database. MCA406 - UNIX AND NETWORK PROGRAMMING LAB List of Experiments 1. Program using basic network commands. 2. Program using system calls- create,open, read, write, close, stat, fstat, lseek. 3. Program to implement inter process communication using pipes. 4. Program to perform interprocess communication using message queues. 5. Program to perform interprocess communication using shared memory 6. Program to perform synchronization using semaphores. 7. Program to capture packets: sniffer 8. Program using TCP sockets (Client and Server) 9. Program using UDP sockets (Client and Server) 10. Program using URL class to download webpages. MCA (V –Semester) MC506 SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT LAB List of Experiments Develop software using CASE tools for the application like: 1. Online Railway reservation system 2. Payroll Processing application 3. Inventory system 4. Automating the banking process 5. Software for game 6. Library management system 7. Create a dictionary 8. Text editor 9. Telephone Directory 10. Create an E-Book of your choice MCA (V –Semester) MC507 MIDDLEWARE TECHNOLOGY LAB List of Experiments 1. Creating a distributed application to download various files from various servers using RMI 2. Creating a Java Bean to draw various graphical shapes and display it using or without using BDK 3. Developing an Enterprise Java Bean for Banking operations 4. Developing an Enterprise Java Bean for Library operations 5. Creating an Active-X control for File operations 6. Developing a component for converting the currency values using COM / .NET 7. Developing a component for encryption and decryption using COM / .NET 8. Developing a component for retrieving information from message box using DCOM / .NET 9. Developing a middleware component for retrieving Stock Market Exchange information using CORBA 10. Developing a middleware component for retrieving Weather Forecast information using CORBA COMPUTING FACILITIES: Number and Configuration of Systems S.NO CONFIGURATION NO.OF SYSTEM Intel Pentium Core 2 Duo 1 90 80GB,512MB RAM Total number of systems connected by LAN - 90 Systems Total number of systems connected to WAN - 90 Systems Internet bandwidth - 8 Mbps Broad Band RF connection Major software packages available S.NO NAME 1 Borland Turbo C++ Suite 2 Visual Basic 6.0 3 Oracle 9i 4 Visual Studio .Net 5 Macromedia Flash 5 6 Macromedia Dream Weaver 5 7 Borland JBuilder 8 Java Software Development Kit 9 Adobe Photoshop 10 Java Web Server 11 Anti Virus AVG 7.0 12 Norton System Works 2005 13 Microsoft Small Business Server 14 Outlook Express 15 Microsoft Small Business Server 16 Outlook Express 17 Office XP Special purpose facilities available 1. 12 Hours free Internet Browsing for student 2. Well equipped Computer center. Games and Sports Facilities 1. Area of the Play Ground : 9.6 Acres 2. Indoor games (TableTennis,Carrom,Chess) 3. Outdoor games(Football,Cricket,Ballbadminton,Volleyball,Hockey) 4. Gymnasium for boys and girls Extra Curriculum Activities 1. National Cadet Corps for both boys and girls 2. National Service Scheme 3. Youth Red Cross Soft Skill Development Facilities 1. Technical skill. 2. Multimedia presentation. 3. Debugging. 4. Personality development programme. 5. Seminars. 6. Guest lectures. 7. Mini project exhibition Number of Classrooms and size of each Total No.of Class rooms : 2 Size of Each Class room : 72.5 Sqm Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each Total No.of Tutorial rooms : 2 Size of Each Tutorial room : 36 Sqm Number of laboratories and size of each Total No.of Laboratories : 1 Size of Each Laboratory : 245 Sqm Number of drawing halls and size of each Total No.of Drawing Halls : 1 Size of Each Drawing Hall : 233 Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each Total No.of Computer Centers : 1 Size of Each Center : 150 Sqm Capacity of Each Center : 90 Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each Total No.of rooms : 5 Size of Each room : 233 Capacity of each room : 80 Teaching Learning process Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University. www.annauniv.edu & www.annauniv.ac.in Academic Calendar of the University www.annauniv.edu & www.annauniv.ac.in Academic Time Table Teaching Load of each Faculty Theory Practical Total S.No. Name of the Faculty Load Load Load (Periods) (Periods) (Periods) 1 Dr.S.Behinsam 7 3 10 2 A.Gandhimathi 7 3 10 3 S.Dhanabal 7 3 10 4 S.Prabha 7 3 10 5 P.Nirmaladevi 7 3 10 6 R.Ramkumar 8 3 11 7 V. Kalpana 7 3 10 8 R.Parimala 8 3 11 9 A.Kalpana 7 3 10 10 C.Bhuvaneswari 7 3 10 11 N.Santhiya Mary 7 3 10 12 C.Karpagam 8 3 11 13 V.Ramya 8 3 11 14 S.Gokulapriya 8 3 11 15 A.Kaleeswaran 7 3 10 INTERNAL CONTINUOUS EVALUATION SYSTEM & PLACE PROCEDURE FOR AWARDING MARKS FOR INTERNAL ASSESMENT AS PER ANNA UNIVERSITY GUIDELINES: For all theory and practical courses the continuous assessment shall be for a maximum of 20 marks (consisting of 15 marks for tests/ experiments and 5 marks for attendance) and for project work the continuous assessment shall be for a maximum of 40 marks (consisting of 35 marks for project assessment and 5 marks for attendance). The above continuous assessment shall be awarded as per the procedure given below: TESTS/ EXPERIMENT/ PROJECT ASSESMENT The 15 marks for theory and practical courses ( 35 marks for project work) shall be awarded as per the procedure given below Theory courses: Three tests each carrying 100 marks shall be conducted during the semester by the concerned Department / College. The total marks obtained in all tests put together out of 300, shall be proportionately reduced for 15 marks and rounded to nearest integer (This also implies equal weightage to all the three tests). Practical courses: Every practical exercise / experiment shall be evaluated based on conduct of exercise / experiment and records maintained. There shall be at least one mid-semester test. The criteria for arriving at the internal assessment marks (15 marks) shall be decided based on the recommendation of the class committee and shall be announced at the beginning of every semester by the Principal. Project Work: The Principal shall constitute a review committee . There shall be three assessments (each 100 Marks ) during the semester by the review committee. The student shall make presentation on the progress made by him/her before the committee. The total marks obtained in the three assessments shall be proportionately reduced for 75 marks and rounded to the nearest integer. (This also implies equal weightage to all the three assessments.) ATTENDANCE The remaining 5 marks for the attendance shall be awarded as given below: Theory, Practical courses and Project work 76% to 80% of attendance – 1 mark 81% to 85% of attendance – 2 marks 86% to 90% of attendance – 3 marks 91% to 95% of attendance – 4 marks 96% to 100% of attendance – 5 marks Students’ assessment of Faculty, System in place. MAHARAJA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, AVINASHI-641654 EVALUATION OF STAFF BY STUDENTS Please rate every teacher taught you during this semester as classified below. Your response should be A, B, C or D. Academic Year : Semester : Department : Program : Course : Faculty Member Name : S.No Category Response A, B, C or D 1 Punctuality and regularity in conducting the class 2 Ability to communicate effectively and make the students understand the subject content. 3 Coverage of Syllabus and its depth 4 Faculty-Students relationship 5 Fairness in evaluation of tests and assignments Additional comments if any: Name: Signature “A” is Excellent “B” is Good C” is Normal “D” is Below Normal
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