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GATE Syllabus of Computer Science & Information Technology 2014

Gate Syllabus for Computer Science & Information Technology 2014 includes General Aptitute(GA) questions like English grammar, verbal analogies, instructions, critical reasoning and verbal deduction,Sentence completion,Word groups. Engineering Mathematics is also included in question papers for Gate 2014. Detail syllabus of Computer Science & IT exam is updated in this page.

COMPUTER SCIENCE & INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY  (CS) - GATE 2014 - SYLLABUS

Digital Logic: Representation of signal by discrete bands of analog levels. It include topics- Logic functions, Minimization, Design and synthesis of sequential and combinational circuits; Number representation and computer arithmetic (floating and fixed point).
Computer Organization and Architecture: It is the detail analysis of hardware and software of a computer It include topics-Machine instructions and addressing modes, data-path and ALU, CPU control design, I/O interface (DMA and Interrupt mode) , Main and cache memory, Secondary storage, Memory interface Instruction pipelining.
Programming and Data Structures: It refers to coding and way of keeping things & arrange data in a systematic manner. It include topics- Programming in C ; Recursion, Functions , Parameter passing, Binding,Scope; Abstract data types, Arrays, Queues, Stacks, Linked Lists, Trees, Binary heaps,Binary search trees.
Algorithms:It is the step by step procedure for performing a task. It include topics-Analysis, Asymptotic notation, Notions of time and space complexity, Worst and average case analysis; Design: Greedy approach, Divide-and-conquer ,Dynamic programming; Graph and tree traversals, Connected components, Shortest paths ,Spanning trees; Hashing, Searching,Sorting. Asymptotic analysis (worst, best, average cases) of space and Time, Lower and Upper bounds, Basic concepts of complexity classes NP,P, NP-complete,NP-hard.


Theory of Computation:It is the branch that deals with whether an answer can be found to a problem and how well it can be solved using a step by step approach. It include topics-Regular languages and finite automata, Push-down automata and Context free languages , Turing machines and Recursively enumerable sets, Undecidability.
Compiler Design: The compiler should be planned in such a manner that it has the ability to change the source program (in one programming language) into equivalent program (in another language). It include topics- Syntax directed translation,Parsing, Runtime environments, target and Intermediate code generation, Basics of code optimization; Lexical analysis.
Operating System:Accumulation of softwares that supervises computer hardware. It include topics-Threads,Processes, Inter-process communication, Synchronization,Concurrency, Deadlock, CPU scheduling , File systems, I/O systems, Security and Protection, Memory management and virtual memory.
Databases:It refers to accumulation of data in a systematic manner. It include topics-ER-model, Relational model ( tuple calculus,relational algebra), Database design ( normal forms,integrity constraints), File structures ( indexing,sequential files, B +and B trees), Query languages (SQL ),Transactions and concurrency control.
Information Systems and Software Engineering:Detail analysis of complimentary hardware and software that is use to regulate the information by people as well as organization.It include topics-information gathering, feasibility and requirement analysis,process specifications, input/output design, data flow diagrams, process life cycle, planning and managing the project, design, testing,coding, maintenance,Implementation.
Computer Networks: Telecom.network by which data is being interchanged through computer.It include topics- ISO/OSI stack, LAN technologies ( Token ring,Ethernet ), Routing algorithms, Flow and error control techniques ,Congestion control, IP(v4), TCP/UDP and sockets, Application layer protocols ( dns, pop, http,ftp,smtp,icmp);Network security basic concepts of private and public key cryptography, digital signature, firewalls, Basic concepts of hubs, gateways,switches and routers.
Web technologies:It helps to plan HTML pages. It include topics- basic concepts of client-server computing, XML & HTML.

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