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THE GLOBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, NAGALAND
MBA ASSIGNMENT : THIRD SEMESTER
Maximum Marks 30 TGOU / MBA-3 / PAPER-1/ JUN 2013

THE GLOBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, NAGALAND
MBA ASSIGNMENT : THIRD SEMESTER
Maximum Marks 30 TGOU / MBA-3 / PAPER-2/ JUN 2013

(SECTION – A)
1. Why should the system analyst use information gathering tools? Explain. 2. What is a decision tree? Mention its advantages and disadvantages. 3. "Audit trials do not have independent existence, as they are a consideration that must be included in the design of an accounting system". Justify your answer. 4. What you meant by output design? What are the objectives of an analyst an designing an output? 5. Define a form. Mention the objectives of a good form.

(SECTION – A)
1. Develop a procedural design for a program that accepts two arbitrarily long integers and produces their sum. 2. Explain different software design notations used to represent software design? 3. Can software execute properly if it is not tested?

4. Software cost estimation does not enhance the skill level of staff members in an organization. Discuss.

5. Explain the guidelines that are followed to make testing effective and efficient.

(SECTION – B) (SECTION – B)
1. Compare and contrast flat forms and snap out forms. 2. Who is responsible for indicating if a system is working properly and can be considered for implementation? Why is acceptance testing necessary? 3. Define system. Differentiate between dynamic systems and cybernetic systems. Give examples. 4. Define terms economic feasibility, operational feasibility, and technical feasibility and schedule feasibility. 5. "A purposive system is defined as a system, which works towards achieving a set of related goals". Justify the statement. 1. What is the difference between equivalence class partitioning and boundary value analysis? 2. What is the difference between structured analysis and object-oriented analysis? Describe the concepts used in both of them. 3. Define module compiling and cohesion. Discuss all types of compiling supported by diagram. 4. What is the difference between structured analysis and object-oriented analysis? Describe the concepts used in both of them. 5. Prototyping is advantageous to understand the problem and user requirements. Do you think it is always advantageous to perform prototyping? Are there any disadvantages of this approach?

THE GLOBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, NAGALAND
MBA ASSIGNMENT : THIRD SEMESTER
Maximum Marks 30 TGOU / MBA-3 / PAPER-3/ JUN 2013

THE GLOBAL OPEN UNIVERSITY, NAGALAND
MBA ASSIGNMENT : THIRD SEMESTER
Maximum Marks 30 TGOU / MBA-3 / PAPER-4/ JUN 2013

(SECTION – A)
1. Discuss the mandatory access control method. 2. Explain the structure of distributed databases and their various advantages. 3. Explain the structure of distributed databases. 4. What is data redundancy? 5. Describe the architecture of DBMS and the concept of data independence.

(SECTION – A)
1. What is the difference between using Statement and Prepared Statement objects? 2. Write a program to handle keyboard events. 3. Write a program to connect to a website and display its properties such as protocol, port, host and file. 4. Define the Internet and describe how the client server model helps in its operation. 5. What is World Wide Web (WWW)? What are the advantages of World Wide Web?

(SECTION – B)
1. Explain the network model. Compare the hierarchical, network and relational models. 2. What do you mean by relative complement? Explain with an example. 3. Explain the use of nested SQL queries with an example. 4. Explain the various sections in PL/SQL block. 5. What is Relational calculus? Explain in detail.

(SECTION – B)
1. Create a Java program that creates a table displaying the value of 2 to power n, n and 2 to power n, where n is 0 to 9. 2. Declare a class that includes three integers, one float and two string data types. 3. Write a program to establish URL connection. 4. How many stages are there...
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