Kurukshetra University Syllabus 2016 UG/PG Courses Syllabus kuk.ac.in

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Kurukshetra University Syllabus

Kurukshetra University SyllabusStudents who are pursuing various Under Graduate and Post Graduate courses from Kurukshetra University they can check and download their Kurukshetra University Syllabus 2016 through the online process by visiting the official web portal. You may also check Kurukshetra University Syllabus from this page.

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Kurukshetra University Syllabus

Under Graduation:

B.A. Computer Science Semester III

Paper I: Data Structures

Units Syllabus
Unit I Introduction: Elementary data organization, Data Structure definition, Data type vs. data structure, Categories of data structures, Data structure operations, Applications of data structures, Algorithms complexity and time-space tradeoff, Big-O notation. Strings: Introduction, strings, String operations, Pattern matching algorithms
Unit II Arrays: Introduction, Linear arrays, Representation of linear array in memory, Traversal, Insertions, Deletion in an array, Multidimensional arrays, Parallel arrays, Sparse matrix. Linked List: Introduction, Array vs. linked list, Representation of linked lists in memory, Traversal, Insertion, Deletion, Searching in a linked list, Header linked list, Circular linked list, Two-way linked list, Garbage collection, Applications of linked lists. Algorithm of insertion/ deletion in SLL.
Unit III Stack: primitive operation on stack, algorithms for push and pop. Representation of Stack as Linked List and array, Stacks applications: polish notation, recursion. Introduction to queues, Primitive Operations on the Queues, Circular queue, Priority queue, Representation of Queues as Linked List and array, Applications of queue. Algorithm on insertion and deletion in simple queue and circular queue.
Unit IV Trees – Basic Terminology, representation, Binary Trees, Tree Representations using Array & Linked List, Basic operation on Binary tree, Traversal of binary trees:- In order, Preorder & post order, Applications of Binary tree. Algorithm of tree traversal with and without recursion.  Introduction to graphs, Definition, Terminology, Directed, Undirected & Weighted graph, Representation of graphs.

Candidates can obtain the syllabus for other Under Graduate Courses by goes through the following Links.

Courses Syllabus Links
Bachelor of Arts Get Details
Bachelor of Sciences Get Details
Bachelor of Computer Applications/ B.Tech/ B. Pharmacy Get Details
B. Ed./ Commerce and Management/ Bachelor of  Law/ Miscellaneous Get Details

Post Graduation:

M.A. Economics Semester I

Paper- 101 Micro Economic Analysis-I

Unit Syllabus
Unit I Theory of Demand and Consumer Behaviour: Indifference curve approach; Price, Income and Substitution effects (Hicks and Slutsky); Revealed preference theory; Applications of Indifference Curve Analysis; The Consumer’s surplus (Marshall and Hicks).Elasticity (Price, cross, income) of demand and Supply and their applications; Revision of Demand theory by Hicks; Linear expenditure system; Indirect utility function.
Unit II Production function (properties of Cobb Douglas CES, Translog); Laws of production(variable proportions and returns to scale with the help of isoquants); Technical Progress and production function; Equilibrium of the firm-single and multi- product firm; Derivation of cost function from production function (using Cobb-Douglas function); Theories of costs – traditional and modern; Analysis of economies of scale.
Unit III Perfect competition – Short and long term equilibrium of the firm and industry; Dynamic changes and industry equilibrium. Monopoly – short run and long run equilibrium; Price discrimination; Monopolistic competition – Chamberlin’s approach to equilibrium of the firm.
Unit IV Oligopoly – non-collusive models- Cournot, Bertrand, Chamberlin, Kinked-demand curve and Stackleberg solution. Collusive models- Market sharing cartels; Price leadership models.

For more PG courses candidates may visit the following syllabus links and download their scheme in the pdf form.

Courses Syllabus Links
Master of Arts/ Master of  Science Get Details
Master of Commerce/Business/ Master of Computer Applications/ M.Tech./ M.Phil. Get Details
M. Pharma/ Miscellaneous Get Details

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