DotNet Technology(.NET) Syllabus

This page contains Syllabus of DotNet Technology of BCA.

Title DotNet Technology
Short Name .NET
Course code CACS302
Nature of course Theory + Practical
Fifth Semester
Full marks 60+20+20
Pass marks 24 + 8 + 8
Credit Hrs 3
Elective/Compulsary Compulsary

Course Description

Course Description:

This course covers different concepts of .NET framework. It also covers basic to advanced features of C# language including language basics, creating types and inheritance, delegates, events, lambda expressions, LINQ, working with databases, and developing web applications using ASP.NET.

Course Objectives:

The primary objective of this course is to provide concepts of .NET framework and different concepts of C# programming language and make students familiar with their uses and applications.

Units and Unit Content

1. Introducing C# and the .NET framework
teaching hours: 7 hrs

Object Orientation; Type Safety; Memory Management; Platform Support; C# and CLR; CLR and .NET Framework; Other Frameworks; Framework Overview; .NET Standard 2.0; Applied Technologies

2. The C# Language Basics
teaching hours: 12 hrs

Writing Console and GUI Applications; Identifiers and Keywords; Writing Comments; Data Types; Expressions and Operators; Strings and Characters; Arrays; Variables and Parameters; Statements (Declaration, Expression, Selection, Iteration, and Jump Statements); Namespaces

3. Creating Types in C#
teaching hours: 12 hrs

Classes; Constructors and Deconstructors; this Reference; Properties; Indexers; Static Consturctors  and Classes; Finalizers; Dynamic Binding; Operator Overloading; Inheritance; Abstract Classes and  Methods; base Keyword; Overloading; Object Type; Structs; Access Modifiers; Interfaces; Enums;  Generics

4. Advanced C#
teaching hours: 14 hrs

Datagates; Events; Lambda Expressions; Exception Handling; Introduction of LINQ; Working with Databases;Writing Web Applications using  ASP.NET

Lab and Practical works

Laboratory Work:

The laboratory work includes writing console and/or GUI programs in C#

• To implement basic language features

• To create classes and objects and to implement different object oriented features

• To implement inheritance

• To implement advanced features like delegates, event handling, lambda expressions, exception handling

• To implement LINQ and database applications