TYBFM Sem 6 Syllabus: Computer Applications in Financial Services

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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN FINANCIAL SERVICES

  • The topics of Unit I and Unit II are expected to provide an introduction. They should be taught mostly at conceptual level

  • Unit III is expected to be taught in the light if Information Technology

  • Unit IV is expected to be taught through mainly by demonstrations and support of practical

Unit – I : Data Communication & Networking

  • Introduction.

  • The Growth of Networking Technology: Modern Benefits of Networking , Data  Sharing , Resource Sharing . The Development of Computer Networking . Life before Networking Early Connections, Modern Networking,. TCP/IP model, OSI Model.

  • Data Communications Technology: Introduction to Analog and Digital Signals,  Analog and Digital technology.

  • Local Area Networks: Network Topologies, Point-to-point Topology, Bus Topology, Star Topology, Ring Topology, Mesh Topology, Special Topology.

  • Components: Workstation, Network Interface Cards, Hubs, Peripherals.,

  • Different types of Transmission Media in Networking: Twisted Pair Cabling,

  • Coaxial Cable, Fiber Optic Cable, Wireless Media, Radio, and Infrared.

  • Connectivity: Repeaters, Bridges, Routers, Gateways.

  • Wide Area Networking: Switching Technology, Mete Switching, Packet  Switching Circuit Switching.

Unit – II : Computer Security

  • Introduction: Security, Attacks, Computer Criminals, Method of Defence

  • Security in Networks : Threats in Networks , Network Security Control , Firewalls Intrusion detection Systems, Secure E mail , Concept of Encryption & decryption

  • Legal ,Privacy &  Ethical Issues in Computer Crime , Privacy , Ethical Issues in Computer Society

  • Network Security: Introduction & Need for Security , Authentication , Access Control, Server Logs, Virus Protection Firewalls, Intrusion Detection System & VPN

  • Cyber Laws

Unit – III : Databases

  • Introduction to Database Concepts: Database systems Vs Files systems, View of Data , Data models, Data abstraction, Data Independence, Three level Architecture, Database Design,  Database Language – Data Definition Language (DDL), Data Manipulation Language (DML)

  • E -R Model: Basic Concepts, Keys, E – R Diagram, Design of E – R Diagram Scheme (Simple  Example)

  • Introduction to Access, Creating Databases ,Tables (Relations) ,Rows (Tuples) ,Domains, Attribute Candidate Keys Primary  Key, Queries, Forms

Unit – IV : Visual Basic

  • Introduction to Visual Basic Programming

  • What is Visual Basic ? Terminology ,Creating & Application, Modular Environment, Building an Application, Setting Properties of Objects, Forms, Introduction to Controls, Object – Based , Event Driven, Programming Coding

  • Examining Code, Using the Object Browser, Statements & Functions, Conditional Statements in Visual Basic, Looping Statements, Overview of Debugging

  • Forms : Using Forms, Multiple Forms, Order of Events, Start up & End of Applications

  • Variables : Data types, Scope & Lifetime of Variables, Constants, Arrays & User Defined Types Procedures

  • Introduction to Procedures, Arguments & Parameters, Named Arguments & Optional Arguments

  • Controls: Using Controls, Standard Controls, Custom Controls

  • Menus : Creating & Documenting Naming Standards. Customs Pop – up menus

  • Error Handling : An Introduction to Error Handlers

  • Record Sets: Choosing ADO or DAO, Adding Data ,Editing Data , Deleting Data

  • Building Active  X Controls: Creating A Data – Bound Control , Creating a Data Source Control, .net

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