Wednesday 12 May 2021

ANU Degree Information and communication technology (ICT) New Syllabus for Sememester-2


Acharya Nagarjuna university information and communication technology new syllabus for semester 2 is now available. Here in the new syllabus some advanced topic where added to previously ICT-2 syllabus and some topics are removed and adjusted syllabus to three units. Here the complete syllabus.

This course aims at acquainting the students with basic ICT tools which help them in their day to day and life as well as in office and research.

Course outcomes:After completion of the course, student will be able to;

1. Understand the literature of social networks and their properties.
2. Explain which network is suitable for whom.
3. Develop skills to use various social networking sites like twitter, flickr, etc.
4. Learn few GOI digital initiatives in higher education.
5. Apply skills to use online forums, docs, spreadsheets, etc for communication, collaboration and research.
6. Get acquainted with internet threats and security mechanisms.


UNIT-I: (08 hrs)

Fundamentals of Internet: What is Internet?, Internet applications,Internet Addressing –Entering a Web Site Address, URL–Components of URL, Searching the Internet, Browser –Types of Browsers,Introduction to Social Networking: Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, Facebook, flickr, Skype, yahoo, YouTube, WhatsApp .

UNIT-II:(08 hrs)

E-mail: Definition of E-mail -Advantages and Disadvantages –User Ids, Passwords, Email Addresses, Domain Names, Mailers, Message Components, Message Composition, Mail Management.
G-Suite: Google drive, Google documents, Google spread sheets, Google Slides and Google forms.

UNIT-III:(10 hrs)

Overview of Internet security, E-mail threats and secure E-mail, Viruses and antivirus software, Firewalls, Cryptography, Digital signatures, Copyright issues.

What are GOI digital initiatives in higher education? (SWAYAM, Swayam Prabha, National Academic Depository, National Digital Library of India, E-Sodh-Sindhu, Virtual labs, e-acharya, e-Yantra and NPTEL).

Reference Books :

1. In-line/On-line : Fundamentals of the Internet and the World Wide Web, 2/e – byRaymond Greenlaw and Ellen Hepp, Publishers : TMH
2. Internet technology and Web design, ISRD group, TMH.
3. Information Technology – The breaking wave, Dennis P.Curtin, Kim Foley, Kunai Sen and Cathleen Morin, TMH.



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