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Indian Constitution [G.K. Quiz – 6th Sem]

BCA 6th Sem – Quiz Report

Qualification Round

S. No. Team Score
1 Ankush, Vaneet 20
2 Preeti, Princi 20
3 Manjeet, Nidhika -10
4 Pooja, Anu -10
5 Nancy, Rajat 0
6 Ashish, Manish -10
7 Vinod, Munish -10
8 Shivangi , Alisha 0
9  Rajesh, Arzu -10

 

Round 1 & 2

Groups Members Points Total
Group1 Vaneet/Ankush 10+10-5-5 10
Group2 Preeti/Princi 10+10+10+10 40
Group3 Shivangi/Alisha 10+0+10+10 30
Group4 Rajat/Nancy 10+10+10+10+10+10+10 70
Group5 Manjeet 10-5+10+10 25
Group6 Vinod 10-5+10+10+10+10+10 55
Group7 Ashish 10 10
Group8 Munish 10+10 20

Round 3

Groups Members Points Total
Group1 Vinod/Munish 10 10
Group2 Preeti/Princi 10-5 5
Group3 Alisha/Shivangi 10-5+10 15
Group4 Rajat/Nancy -5+10+10+10 25

 

Round 4(FINAL)

Groups Members Points Total Position
Group1 Vinod/Munish 10-5-5 0  III
Group2 Preeti/Princi 5+10+10 25  II
Group3 Alisha/Shivangi 15+10+10 35  I
Group4 Rajat/Nancy 25-5-5+10+10 35  I

 

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Computer GK [Quiz Report] -:- BCA 4th Sem

BCA 4th Sem – January 20, 2017 – Quiz Report

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Qualify Round 1

S. No. Team Score
1 Babit + Rohit Sharma 45
2 Aman + Ankit -5
3 Shubham + rohit -5
4 Anshul + Manoj 0
5 Rekha  + Avantika 5
6 Shilpa + Arti 0
7 Chandrkanta + Sonika 10
8 Kavita + Prerna 30


Qualify Round 2

S. No. Team Score
1 Babit + Rohit Sharma 10
2 Anshul + Manoj 0
3 Rekha + Avantika -5
4 Shilpa + Arti 0
5 Chandrkanta + Sonika -5
6 Kavita + Prerna 10

 

Final Round

Team Round I Round II Round III Total Position
Babit + Rohit Sharma 30 40 15 85 I st
Anshul + Manoj 30 -5 15 50 II nd
Kavita + Prerna 5 5 20 30 III rd
Shilpa + Arti -15 0 -10 -25 IV th

 

Pictures of – TOP 3 Rankers :

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Computer GK [Quiz Report] -:- BCA 6th Sem

BCA 6th Sem – January 20, 2017 – Quiz Report

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Qualify Round 1

S. No. Team Score
1 Ankush, Vaneet -10
2 Preeti, Princi 10
3 Manjeet, Nidhika -5
4 Pooja, Kanika 20
5 Nancy, Rajat 5
6 Ashish, Manish 25
7 Vinod, Munish 5
8 Shivangi , Alisha 5
9 Suryansh, Rohit 0
10 Rajesh, Arzu 0

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Qualify Round 2

S. No. Team Score
1 Preeti, Princi 0
2 Pooja, Kanika 15
3 Nancy, Rajat 0
4 Ashish, Manish 35
5 Vinod, Munish 10
6 Shivangi , Alisha -5

 

Final Round

Team Round I Round II Round III Total Position
Pooja & Kanika 10 5 30 45 I st
Ashish & Manish 10 20 10 40 II nd
Preeti & Princi 15 20 10 40 III rd
Vinod & Munish 15 20 0 35 IV th

 

Pictures of – TOP 3 Rankers :

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Advantages and Disadvantages HTML Table

Advantages of using table
1. Tables provide webpage layout without border
2. Table provide stable and consistent means of structuring a webpage
3. With html tables are easy to use to format layout
4. Tables are html that is use to display data
5. Tables help in loading the images faster
6. Tables on the web create newspaper pages using HTML columns
7. You well find millions of tutorials on how to use tables on the web
8. If you have a large popular website that uses tables it may be better to keep using them.
9. Tables used with forms for proper structure.

Disadvantages of table in an html
1. Most of Old browsers do not support tables
2. For disabled users, those who use screen readers will find it harder to jump from section to section
3. Search engines cannot read them that well
4. Tables use more code
5. Google attaches extra weight to keywords contained in semantic tags like H1s and H2s
6. The future of the web is css and not tables

a USB 3.0 Flash Drive

Why don’t we get complete storage on our devices & drives

When Companies sell their storage media, be a memory card, flash drive, or a hard drive we don’t get the complete..
The truth behind that is storage media when they sell us is defined as in 10^power but the actual way on a machine to calculate is 2^power..
The companies sell storage worth GBs but they provide as (1GB = 1 * 10^9), if we divide it by 1024^3 we’ll get the actual storage space of a flash drive.

Example.. To calculate storage of 4GB flash drive :
4GB (as per sale) = (4 x 10^9) bytes
=> 4 x 1000000000 = 4000000000bytes
but actually 4GB equals 4000000000 / 1024^3
=> 3.725… GB

so you only get 93.132 % of shown amount.

Practical List : BCA 4th Sem (Jan-June 2016)

List of Practicals : BCA 4th Sem, (Jan – June 2016)
Internet Technology & Web Page Design (BCA0404)

  1. Develop a web page containing type of Computer hardware and Software.
  2. Develop a web page that display Time table. Give the different color to Time and Days of Weak.
  3. Develop a web page that displays DMC in the center of webpage.
  4. Develop a web that illustrate embedded and Inline stylesheet.
  5. Develop a webpage containing content with different web typography (Font family, font size, color, style, margin, padding).
  6. Develop a webpage the containing different type of images and link with them respective pages. Apply the CSS style (border, border-radius, box-shadow, float, margin, padding, align)
  7. Write HTML/CSS code for developing Menu bar (Home, About, Infrastructure, Facilities, Activities, Gallery, and Contact).
  8. Develop a web page the show the World Map and hyper link neighbouring country of India.
  9. Develop a webpage which divide the page using Frame. Each frame contain different link.
  10. Develop a webpage which is logically divided into following parts using external CSS.p10
  11. Develop a webpage containing registering form.
  12. Develop a static website on any informative topic.
  13. Develop a web page that illustrates XML.
  14. Develop a webpage containing Audio and Video.

Difference between Mbps and MBps

Mega bits per Second
-> Up/Down Load speed
-> Web based Transfer speed

Mega Bytes per Second
 -> file & storage
-> 1MBytes = 1 x 8 Mbits = 8Mbits

Example – To find the time 100MB file takes to download @ 56 Kbps or 56 KB/s download speed
  We first need to convert 100MB to Kbits ->
100MB = 1024KB
= 100MB * 1024 KiloBytes
= 102400 * 1024 Bytes
= 104857600 * 8 Bits = 838860800 Bits
Time taken to download 100MB or 838860800 Bits @ 56 Kilo bit per second  / s or 56000 bit per second
= 838860800 / 56000
= 14979.657 Seconds = 249.67 minutes

100MB = 1024KB
= 100MB * 1024  KiloBytes
= 102400 * 1024 Bytes
= 104857600 Bytes
Time taken to download 100MB or 104857600 Bytes @ 56 Kilo Byte/s
= 10475760 / 56000
= 187.067 Seconds =3.11 minutes

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PDF Document

PDF : Portable Document Format

Importance:
1. Quickly and easily created: PDF Files can be easily created or any document can be converted to the PDF format.
2. Compact & Easy to compress large files: PDF files support both raster & vector images, so as to keep the size of document minimal.
3. Self contained: PDF Document Files are self contained and don’t need any other file than just the one single pdf file that store all the images and text in a compact & one file.
4. Portable: Because of all the graphics and text are in single file, it is easy to share the document easily or portable enough to take somewhere in a flash drive or so.
5. Security: PDF Document files can be protected with a password and thus it is a secure way to keep valuable documents or make them in editable.

How to open:
PDF files can be viewed easily with the help of number of Document readers like Microsoft office, Adobe or Acrobat Reader, Foxit Reader, etc. These days even Web Browsers like Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome can help users to read pdf files.
You may Download the latest version from ” http://filehippo.com/download_adobe_reader/tech/  ”

How to Create:
PDF File can be created easily or converted to with the save as feature of MS Office or whenever you print a web page, choose PDF extension and save it to PC. Or just download “Adobe Acrobat DC” for the best experience on creating PDF files from here ” https://acrobat.adobe.com/us/en/acrobat/pdf-creator-create-pdf-files.html “

Survey : Digital Devices

Survey (सर्वे)
(Availability of Digital Devices with Laureate Students)
11 Feb 2016

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  1. 77% of students in campus have smart phone.

BCA(88%), B.Pharma (78%), M.Pharm(78%) & BBA(74%).

  1. 41% of students in campus have

M.Pharm (89%), B.Pharma (49%), BBA(30%) & BCA (28%)

  1. 14% of students in campus have

M.Pharm (33%), BCA (21%), BBA(16%), B.Pharm(9%)

  1. 12% of students do not have any digital device.

BBA (19%), B.Pharm (11%), BCA (9%), M.Pharm(0%)

 

Note: Survey is conducted by BCA 4th Students as a part of their curriculum.

 

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Mr. Jasbir Singh
HOD, Deptt. of Computer Science
Laureate Institutes