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LAB MANUAL

LAB CODE 7 IT 8

NAME OF LAB UNIFIED MODELING LANGUAGE-LAB

BRANCH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

YEAR 4 Yr VII SEM

FACULTY NAME Mr. Hemant Sain

ABSTRACT

Lab Description: The Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a visual modeling language that enables system builders to create blueprints that capture their visions in a standard, easy-to-understand way, and provides a mechanism to effectively share and Communicate these visions with others. The purpose of the diagrams is to present multiple views of a system; this set of multiple views is called a model. UML model describes what a system is supposed to do. It doesn’t tell how to implement the system.

EXPERIMENT INDEX

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LAB ETHICS

Do’s

1.Shut down the computers before leaving the lab.
2.Keep the bags outside from the lab.
3.Come to the lab on time and leave at proper time.
4.Maintain the decorum of the lab.
5.Utilize lab hours in the corresponding experiment.
6.Get your devices checked by lab incharge before using it in lab.

Don’ts

1.Don’t bring any external material in the lab.
2.Don’t make noise in the lab.
3.Don’t bring mobile in the lab.
4.Don’t enter in the server room without permission.
5.Don’t litter in the lab.
6.Don’t delete or modify any system file.
7.Don’t carry any lab equipment outside from the lab.

Please give your full support and cooperation for smooth functioning of the lab.

INSTRUCTION

BEFORE ENTERING IN THE LAB

1.All students are supposed to prepare the theory regarding the next program. 2.Student should bring the practical file and lab copy.
3.Previous program should be written in the file.
4.Algorithm of the current program should be written in the lab copy. 5.Student without lab copy or file should not be allowed to enter in lab.

WORKING IN THE LAB:

1.Adhere to experimental schedule as instructed by the lab incharge. 2.Get previously executed program signed by the instructor. 3.Get the output of current program checked by the instructor in the copy. 4.Each student should work on his assigned computer at each turn of the lab. 5.Take responsibilities of valuable accessories.

6.Concentrate on the assigned practical and don’t play games. 7.If any one is caught red-handed carrying any equipment of the lab, then he will have to face serious consequences.

ASSESSMENT SYSTEM

Total Marks- 10

Distribution of Marks

Attendance|Records | Performance| Viva|
2|3| 3| 2|

Recommended Outline

It is recommended that the report be broken into sections as follows: 1. Objectives
2. Test Method
3. Test Results
4. Conclusions

LAB PLAN

Total number of Experiment:
Total number of turns :
Number of Turns required for :

DISTRIBUTION OF LAB HOURS:

Explanation of Experiment:30 min
Performance of experiment60 min
File checking:10 min
Attendance:5 min
Viva/Quiz5 min
Solving of Queries10 min

REQUIREMENT IN LAB

Total number of PC’s Available: 20

Software Required:
OS used:Red hat Linux...
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