# MCS-011 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 2018-19

Course Code : MCS-011 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 2018-19, Course Title : Problem Solving and Programming, Assignment Number : MCA(I)/011/Assignment/2018-19
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 25%
Last Date of Submission : 15th October, 2018 (for July session)
15th April, 2019(for January session)
There are eight questions in this assignment which carries 80 marks. Each
question carries 10 marks. Rest 20 marks are for viva-voce. Answer all the
questions. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance the explanations.
Include the screen layouts also along with your assignment responses. Please go
through the guidelines regarding assignments given in the Programme Guide for
the format of presentation.

# MCS-011 SOLVED ASSIGNMENT 2018-19

Question1: Write an algorithm, draw a flow chart and write its corresponding C
program to convert a decimal number to its equivalent hexadecimal
number. (10 Marks)

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1. Akansha says:

Course Code : MCS-012
Course Title : Computer Organisation and Assembly
Language Programming
Assignment Number : MCA(I)/012/Assignment/2018-19
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 25%
Last Dates for Submission : 15th October, 2018 (For July Session)
15th April, 2019 (For January Session)
There are four questions in this assignment, which carries 80 marks. Rest 20
marks are for viva voce. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance the
explanations. Please go through the guidelines regarding assignments given in
the Programme Guide for the format of presentation. Answer to each part of the
question should be confined to about 300 words. Make suitable assumption, if
any.
Question 1 (Covers Block 1)
(a) What are fixed point numbers in a computer system? Why are negative fixed point
numbers represented in complement form? Give examples of fixed point numbers
(positive as well as negative) assuming the size of the notation to be 8 bits
(including sign bit).
Perform the following arithmetic operations using signed 2’s complement 8 bit
representation. (Please note that the numbers given below are in decimal notation)
ii) Subtract –79 from 45
Please indicate overflow if it is occurs. Explain how have you identified the
overflow? (2 Marks)
(b) Perform the following conversion of numbers:
i) Decimal (56789123)10 to binary and hexadecimal
iii) ASCII string “Subject: Computer %\$ Sc.” into UTF 8 string
iv) Octal (345123)O into Decimal (2 Marks)
(c) Design a circuit for the following function:
F(A, B, C, D) = Σ (2,3,4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13)
Draw the truth table. Use the Karnaugh’s map to design the circuit and draw it
using AND, OR and NOT gates. (4 Marks)
(d) What is the need of a parity bit? Explain with the help of an example. How many
parity bits are needed to detect and correct a single bit error in a 8-bit data?
Explain the process of correction of Single bit error with the help of an example
which is not from your Unit. (4 Marks)
(e) Design a two bit down counter (a sequential circuit). The counter states are 11,
10, 01, 00, 11, 10, 01, 00, 11…You should show the state table, state diagram, the
k-map for circuit design and logic diagram of the resultant design using D flipflop
or J-K flip flop. (4 Marks)
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(f) What is floating point number? What is the difference between Single precision
and double precision floating point numbers? What is a representation for Zero in
IEEE 754 single precision standard. Represent (-23456.05)10 and (0.00025)10 in
IEEE 754 single precision format. (4 Marks)
Question 2 (Covers Block 2)
(a) A RAM has 1M rows each having 16 cells:
(i) How many data input and data output lines does this RAM needs? Explain your
(ii) What is the capacity of RAM in bytes.
(iii) How many address lines are needed for this RAM? Give reason in support of
(b) A computer has 1 MB RAM and has a word size of 16 bits. It has cache memory
having 8 blocks having a block size of 32 bits. Show how the main memory
address 0001 1001 1110 1101 0001 will be mapped to cache address, if
(i) Direct cache mapping is used
(ii) Associative cache mapping is used
(iii)Two way set associative cache mapping is used.
(4 Marks)
(c) What is the need of DMA in a Computer? How is DMA different than that of
Interrupt driven I/O technique? Assume that a new computer supports few bytes
of input from multiple user’s, which of the three I/O techniques is most suitable
(d) Assume that a disk has 1000 tracks with each track having 64 sectors and each
sector is of size 512 K. A file having the name bcamca.txt is of size 16 M. Assume
that disk has four free continuous clusters of 8 sectors each. How can this file be
given the space on the disk? Also show the content of FAT after the space
allocation to this file. You may make suitable assumptions. You may assume the
cluster size as 2 sectors, if needed. (4 Marks)
(Word limit for answer of each part is 50 words ONLY) (6 Marks)
(i) Memory Interleaving
(ii) RAID
(iii) IDE in terface
(iv) CAV and CLV in the context of disks
(v) Passive and Active matrix display
Question 3 (Covers Block 3)
(a) A computer has a single core processor having 8 General purpose registers and 8
additional special purpose registers. The machine has 64 KB RAM. The size of
each register and memory word is 16 bits each. An instruction of the machine is of
fixed length and is equal to two memory words. Each instruction of the machine
has two operands – one memory operand and second register operand. Memory
operand uses direct addressing; however, register operand can use either register
direct or register indirect addressing. (Please note that if register operand uses
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indirect addressing, then stated register contains the address of the operand in the
memory.) An instruction of a machine consists of operation code bits, One
addressing mode bit and one register operand and one memory operand. The
Addressing mode bit Register Operand Memory Operand
0 Indirect Direct
1 Direct Direct
Five of the special purpose registers perform the task as Program Counter (PC),
Accumulator (AC), Memory Address Register (MAR), Data Register (DR) and
Flag registers (FR). The size of Integer operands on the machine may be assumed
to be of equal to size of accumulator register. In order to execute instructions the
machine has an Instruction Register (IR) of size 32 bits as each instruction is of
this size. Perform the following tasks for the machine.
(i) Design suitable instruction formats for the machine. Specify the size of
different fields that are needed in the instruction format. Also indicate how
many different operations can be coded for this machine. Give reasons in
(ii) Put some valid values in certain registers and memory locations and
demonstrate examples of different addressing modes of this machine. (1 Mark)
(iii) Assuming that the instructions are first fetched to Instruction Register (IR) and
memory operands is brought to DR register; indirect operand is brought to
AC; and result of operation is stored in the AC register; write and explain the
sequence of micro-operations that are required for fetch cycle and execute
cycle of an instruction which performs addition of two operands having
addressing mode bits as 0. Please note that one of the operand is Indirect
Register Operand and the second
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(e) A RISC machine has 128 registers out of which 32 registers are reserved for the
Global variables and 32 for Instruction related tasks. This machine has been
designed to have 8 registers for storing two input parameters, two output
parameters and four local variables for function call. Explain with the help of a
diagram, how the overlapped register window can be implemented in this machine
for function/procedure calls. You must explain how the parameters will be passed
when a function calls another function. How many levels of calls such a machine
can support? (3 Marks)
Question 4 (Covers Block 4)
(a) Write a program using 8086 assembly Language (with proper comments) that
accepts four characters entered using the keyboard. It checks if all these characters
are decimal digits. If all of them are decimal digits, then program calculates the
equivalent hexadecimal value of the four digit number that has been input. The
program then displays this hexadecimal number on the screen. Make suitable
assumptions, if any. (7 Marks)
(b) Write a program using 8086 assembly Language (with proper comments) that
passes AL register value as parameter to a near procedure named DIVZERO,
which checks if this passed AL value is zero or not. In case this value is ZERO
program is terminated, otherwise same value is returned in AL register. Make
suitable assumptions, if any. (7 Marks)
(c) Explain the following in the context of 8086 Microprocessor (6 Marks)
(i) The supported memory in 8086 is 1 MB whereas instruction offset is only 16
bits
(ii) Processing of Interrupts using IVT
(iii) Indirect addressing modes of 8086 microprocessor
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Course Code : MCS-013
Course Title : Discrete Mathematics
Assignment Number : MCA(I)/013/Assignment/2018-19
Assignment Marks : 100
Weightage : 25%
Last Dates for Submission : 15th October, 2018 (For July Session)
15th April, 2019 (For January Session)
Note: There are eight questions in this assignment, which carries 80 marks. Rest
20 marks are for viva-voce. Answer all the questions. You may use illustrations
and diagrams to enhance the explanations. For more details, go through the
guidelines regarding assignments given in the Programme Guide.
Question 1:
(a) Prove by mathematical induction that ∑
1
(+1)
= /( + 1) (3 Marks)
(b) Make truth table for followings: (3 Marks)
i) p→ (~ q ∨ ~ r) ∧ (p ∨ r)
ii) p→(~ r ∧ q) ∧ (p ∧ ~ q)
(c) Draw a Venn diagram to represent followings: (2 Marks)
i) (A ∪ B ∩ C) ∪ (B ∩ C ∪ D)
ii) (A ∪ B ∩ C) ∩ (C~A) ∩ (A ∪ C)
(d ) Obtain the truth value of disjunction of “ Water is essential for life” and “2+2=4”.
(2 Marks)
Question 2:
(a) Write down suitable mathematical statement that can be represented by the
following symbolic properties. (2 Marks)
i) (

x) (

y) (

z) P
ii) (

x) (

y) (

z) P
(b) What are conditional connectives? Explain with example. (2 Marks)
(c) Write the following statements in the symbolic form. (2 Marks)
i) Some students can not appear in exam.
ii) Everyone can not sing.
(d) What are different methods of proof? Example with example. (4 Marks)
Question 3:
(a) Draw logic circuit for the following Boolean Expression: (2 Marks)
(x y z) + (x+y+z)’+(x’zy’ )
(b) What is dual of a boolean expression? Explain with the help of an example.
(2 Marks)

= 1
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(c) What is proper subset? Explain with the help of example. (2 Marks)
(d) What is relation? Explain properties of relations with example. (4 Marks)
Question 4:
(a) How many different committees can be formed of 10 professionals, each
containing at least 2 Project Managers, at least 3 Team Leaders and 1 Vice
President. (3 Marks)
(b) There are two mutually exclusive events A and B with P(A) =0.5 and P(B) = 0.4.
Find the probability of followings: (2 Marks)
i) A and B both occur
ii) Both A and B does not occur
(c) What is equivalence relation? Explain use of equivalence relation with the help of
an example. (3 Marks)
(d) Explain the basic properties of sets. (2 Marks)
Question 5:
(a) How many words can be formed using letter of DEPARTMENT using each letter
at most once? (2 Marks)
i) If each letter must be used,
ii) If some or all the letters may be omitted.
(b) Show using truth table whether (P ∧ Q ∨ R) and (P ∨ R) ∧ (Q ∨ R) are equivalent
or not. (2 Marks)
(c) Explain whether (P ∧ Q) → (Q → R) is a tautology or not. (3 Marks)
(d) Find dual of boolean expression for the output of the following logic circuit.

(3Marks)

Question 6:
(a) How many ways are there to distribute 10 district objects into 4 distinct boxes
with:
i) At least two empty box.
ii) No empty box.
(2 Marks)
(b) Explain principle of multiplication with an example. (2 Marks)
A
B
C
E
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(c ) Set A,B and C are: A = {1, 2, 3,5, 7, 9 11,13}, B = { 1,2, 3 ,4, 5,6, 7,8,9 } and
C { 1,2 ,4,5,6,7,8,10, 13}. Find A

B

C , A

B

C, A

B

C and (B~C)
(3 Marks)
(d) Show whether √11 is rational or irrational. (3 Marks)
Question 7:
(a) What is power set? Write power set of set A={1,2,3,4,5,6,7,9}. (2 Marks)
(b) Give geometric representation for followings: (3 Marks)
i) { -3} x R
ii) {1, -2) x ( 2, -3)
(c) Explain inclusion-exclusion principle with example. (2 Marks)
(d) Show that : (3 Marks)
(P →Q)→Q ⟹ P

Q
Question 8:
(a ) Explain whether function: (2 Marks)
f(x) = x
2 posses an inverse function or not.
( b) What are Demorgan’s Law? Explain the use of Demorgen’s law with example.
(3 Marks)
(c) Explain addition theorem in probability, with example. (2 Marks)
(d) Explain distributive laws of Boolean Algebra. (3 Marks)
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Course Code : MCS-014
Course Title : Systems Analysis and Design
Assignment Number : MCA(I)/014/Assignment/2018-19
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 25%
Last Dates for Submission : 15th October, 2018 (For July Session)
15th April, 2019 (For January Session)
This assignment has three questions of 80 marks. Rest 20 marks are for viva
voce. Answer all questions. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance
the explanations. Please go through the guidelines regarding assignments given
in the Programme Guide for the format of presentation.
Question 1 Develop SRS for Study Center Management System for an Open
University.SRS should be as per IEEE standard SRS template.
Make necessary assumptions. (30 Marks)
Question 2 Draw the DFDs upto 3
rd level for Study Center Management
System for an Open University. (30 Marks)

Question 3 Draw ERD for Study Center Management System for an Open
University. Make necessary assumptions. (20 Marks)

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Course Code : MCS-015
Course Title : Communication Skills
Assignment Number : MCA(I)/015/Assignment/2018-19
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 25%
Last date of submission : 15th October, 2018 (For July Session)
15st April, 2019 (For January Session)
This assignment has ten questions. Answer all questions. Please go through the
guidelines regarding assignments given in the Programme Guide for the format
of presentation.
Question1:-
Every market activity is an investment in time, energy and money. Few
companies would spend a large sum of money on, say, a purchase of capital
equipment without a full investigation into why it is needed, the choices
available, and the expected return on what has been spent. Yet every year the
vast majority of companies invest a large amount of money in marketing actions
without knowing what their financial worth to the company or likely return will
be. By introducing the discipline arising from market planning, a company
should be able to ensure that the costs of marketing planning show a reasonable
return and are calculated in the same way as all other business investments.
Many managers believe that the costs of marketing form an additional expense
that has to be accepted in order to sell their goods. Whilst it is true that many
companies use certain tools of marketing for this purpose, it is also true that the
most successful companies accept marketing as an essential part of the
company’s total commercial operation, for it is an essential cost in the same
way as production or finance.
Companies often avoid planning marketing procedures in detail because of the
effort needed to express their forward policy in a written form. Managers
commonly consider that their time is too valuable to spend on anything other
than urgent operational problems. In fact, the manager who spends his time on
dealing with current administrative detail is almost certain to have ignored
proper planning in the past. For, if properly prepared, the marketing plan will
contain sufficient details of the company’s policy and operational strategy for
the work to be done by an assistant. As the many alternative courses of action
are programmed, the assistant takes any action or decisions which are
appropriate. Only unusual situations need be dealt with by the manager.
The first step in preparing a marketing plan is that of producing the information
necessary for decision making. Usually, a company will have within its own
administration and control system the raw material necessary for the plan’s
foundations. In addition, there is plenty of published information which is made
available by government departments, institutions and the press.
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Marketing research is yet to be fully exploited by the majority of companies. It
has so far only been used by companies that have recognized that their existing
information sources are inadequate. Because of the scale of operations that now
confronts the typical businessman, it is essential that investment decisions are
based upon relevant information, so reducing the business risk.
For a marketing-oriented activity to produce lasting results, the entire operation
has to be systematically planned. By producing basic information in written
form and establishing aims for the future, the company is creating standards
against which actual performance can be measured. Documentation of detailed
policy actions then provides the basis for controlling the company’s operation.
Future trends may be predicted through the investigation of all factors likely to
influence company results.
A good marketing plan is therefore essential to a company’s successful
development, but so is an effective marketing manager. He must be capable of
identifying the parameters for market research and interpreting the data
produced so that he can quantify the existing and potential needs of customers.
Someone with an eye for style in packaging and product promotion is also a
valuable asset. In an ideal world, the manager would possess all these abilities;
however, they may be useless if not combined with the real love of and natural
flair for the job which allow him sometimes to ignore the rational evidence and
act instinctively.
1a Why do you think market planning is not calculated in the same way as other
1b Marketing research is still to be fully exploited by companies. Why? Discuss.
(3 Marks)
1c Who, according to the passage, is an effective marketing manager? (3 Marks)
1d Give a title to the passage. Say why you chose it. (2 Marks)
1e Find words from the passage which mean the same as the following: (5 Marks)
i Examining/studying all details (para 1)
iii Necessary (para 2)
iv Important/precious (para 3)
v A special instinctive aptitude for doing something well (last para)
1f Pick one from the options given against each question: (4 Marks)
i The amount of money spent on marketing by most companies each year
(a) Equals the amount spent on capital equipment.
(b) Does not give a good return on the investment.
(c) Is not based on an assessment of its potential value.
(d) Is viewed by these companies as an important business investment.
ii Why are marketing plans not written down by many managers?
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(a) They don’t have time to do it.
(b) They know it would be difficult to do.
(c) They spend their time on more important things.
(d) They don’t think it is really necessary.
iii Good marketing procedures would allow a manager
(a) To take different courses of action.
(b) To do less work than others.
(c) To avoid unforeseen problems.
(d) To give more responsibility to others.
iv How should a manager begin writing a marketing plan?
a) By doing market research outside the company.
b) By looking at information produced by other companies.
c) By analyzing procedures already used by the company.
d) By finding information from many different sources.
Question 2:- Write a letter introducing your company to a prospective customer.
Include in it: (10 Marks)
• The services/products your company offers.
• Suggest that you could make a presentation about your company at a
date and time convenient to your customer.
Question 3:- Write a paragraph in about 150 words on any one of the following:
(10 Marks)
ii Is this an age of excessive technology? Do you agree or disagree? Give
reasons for your point of view.
iii Someone you know who holds a very important job
Question 4:- You are Divya/Vishwas. You have just completed your Master’s Degree
of Trainee (Technical) at Express Technologies. Write an application to
the company. Include details of your qualification and other interests.
(10 Marks)
Question 5:- Given below are some answers. Write the question. The first one is
given as an example: (5 Marks)
i) How many laps can you swim?
I can swim 20 laps.
Not too well!
From any sports shop.
iv) ________________ (use swimming pool)
From 6 am to 9 pm.
v) ________________ (dive!)
No, but I can swim.
vi) __________________ (play soccer)
On the school playground.
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Question 6:- Here is a phone conversation. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate
modals : (5 Marks)
Shreya: Hello, ………………….. I speak to Atul.
Atul: Hi! Shreya. This is Atul on the line. What ………..I do for you?
Sherya: Hi! Good to speak to you. Please give me Shweta’s telephone no.
Atul: Of course! I ……………have to get it from my mobile phone.
Shreya: No problem, I ……………hold on.
Atul: Oh, I ……………have to check it from my diary. I’ll Whatsapp it to
you.
Question7:- The following sentences are in the passive voice. Change them into the
active voice. (5 Marks)
i) They were told to complete the work on time.
ii) The race was won by a student of Himalaya School.
iii) A good speech is always remembered.
iv) The father was depressed after hearing the news that his son had failed
the exam.
v) He was told he would be invited to speak later.
Question 8:- Use the phrasal verbs given in the box to complete the sentences given
below. You may use a phrasal verb more than once: (10 Marks)
i) The phone’s ringing. Why don’t you ……………the receiver?
ii) I’m afraid she isn’t available at the moment. Can you ……………later?
iii) Can you ……………their number in the directory, please?
iv) I’m afraid she’s with a client, shall I …………you………to her
secretary?
v) Hello? Are you still there? I thought we were ……………for a
moment.
vi) Mr. Green never seems to be in his office. I’ve been trying to
…………… to him all morning.
vii)Could you ……………for a moment? I’ll just find out for you.
viii) If the secretary puts me on hold and plays me that awful electronic
music again, I’ll …………….
are you through call back cut off get through
hang up hold on look up pick up put through
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ix) If you get a wrong number, it’s polite to say ‘I’m sorry, I’ve dialed the
wrong number’ before you …………….
x) If an American asks ‘……………?’, she wants to know if your call is
over.
Question 9:- Every Diwali a company gives its customers gifts ranging from diaries
and calendars to silver items. The financial manager says it’s too
expensive and wants to stop the practice. The sales manager disagrees.
Write a dialogue between the two, stating each person’s point of view.
(10 Marks)
Question 10:- You are the General Manager (Human Resource Development) of the
company. You want to talk about the effective ways of making good
presentations to the Sales staff. Use the following points to write the
body of your presentation. (15 Marks)
• How good presentations can benefit your company.
• How speakers should prepare before giving presentations
• The qualities of a good speaker
• How a speaker can keep the attention of the audience
• The effective use of visual aids in presentations
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Course Code : MCSL-016
Course Title : Internet Concepts and Web Design (Lab
Course)
Assignment Number : MCA(I)/016/Assignment/2018-19
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 25%
Last Dates for Submission : 15th October, 2018 (For July Session)
15st April, 2019 (For January Session)
There are two questions in this assignment carrying a total of 40 marks and 40
marks are for Lab Records. Rest 20 marks are for viva voce. You may use
illustrations and diagrams to enhance the explanations. Please go through the
guidelines regarding assignments given in the Programme Guide for the format
of presentation. Submit the screenshots along with the coding and
documentation.
Question 1:- (10+5+5+5+10= 35 Marks)
A company produces mobiles and sells them online. The mobiles are in various price
ranges depending on it features. The mobiles are identified by a unique mobile ID and
its Model number. The company also displays details like year of launch of a model
and price of a mobile model. Buyers can register themselves on company website and
buy different products online. Create four web pages for the web site for this mobile
company having the following features:
For the sake of consistency every page of the website should consists of four basic
divisions – (10 Marks)
Header – This division should be of fixed size and should display mobile
company name and logo. This division should be in different
background colour.
Footer – This division contains the name of maintenance agency of the website
Content – The pages that you are designing should differ in this Division only.
The four different pages that you need to design are – Home, Mobile
Model List, Detailed Specification of a mobile (just make one such
page for one mobile model only) and Feedback.
Menu – This division should be towards the left in every web page and should
contain links to all the four web pages viz. Home, Mobile List,
Detailed specification, and Feedback.
The Content division of the different pages should be as under:
company and provide details of the three most popular models. (5 Marks)
• Mobile Model List page should show the list of various Mobile Models, its
processor, its memory, year of launch, price and comments. You must make
this list using Table tags. (5 Marks)
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• Detailed Specification page displays screen size, resolution of camera,
Model List page of which these detailed specifications are given. (5 Marks)
• Feedback page should contain a form which should have fields – name of the
prospective buyer, Model number of the model interested in, contact email id
and feedback on the model, if any. You must use JavaScript to check that all
the fields are filled by the person giving the feedback and model number is
one of the models in the Mobile List. (10 Marks)
Question 2:- (5 Marks)
List any two web development technologies that are used for creating dynamic web
pages. List five important features of these technologies.
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Course Code : MCSL-017
Course Title : C and Assembly Language Programming
Assignment Number : MCA(I)/L017/Assignment/2018-19
Maximum Marks : 100
Weightage : 25%
Last Dates for Submission : 15th October, 2018 (For July Session)
15th April, 2019 (For January Session)
This assignment has two sections. Answer all questions in each section. Each
Section is of 20 marks. Your Lab Records will carry 40 Marks. Rest 20 marks
are for viva voce. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance the
explanations. Please go through the guidelines regarding assignments given in
the programme guide for the format of presentation.
Section 1: C Programming Lab
Question 1:-
Write an interactive program in C language to create an application program for a
cooperative bank to maintain the customers’ database. This application should have
• Creating a New Record
• Modify the record
• Delete the record
Each customer record should have Customer Name, Account Number, Account Type,
Telephone/Mobile, Address, Nominee Name, Account Balance, Date of Joining, etc.
The application should be designed user-friendly. (20 Marks)
Note: You must execute the program and submit the program logic, sample input
and output along with the necessary documentation for this question. Assumptions
Section 2: Assembly Language Programming Lab
Question 1:-
a) Write a program in assembly language to read the current time and Date from
the system and display it in the standard format on the screen. (5 Marks)
b) Write a program in assembly language to multiply two 16-bit numbers and to
store the result in the specified location. (5 Marks)
c) Write a program in assembly language to add two numbers and to store the
result in the specified destination. (5 Marks)
d) Write a program in assembly language to to move immediate data to
Registers.

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