CS-66: MULTIMEDIA June, 2010 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2010
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

1. (a) What is e-learning? Explain any five features of it. Is there any role for Multimedia to play in the success of e-learning? If yes, explain.
(b) Explain the process of designing a Multimedia interface.
(c) What is Video Conferencing? What is document conferencing? What are annotations? Explain the role of each of the above in Multimedia applications.

2. (a) Explain the features of a scripting language. Also, explain the role played by scripting languages in Multimedia.
(b) Explain any five features of the Everest Authorising System.

3. (a) Explain any five features of QuickTime software.
(b) What is extension avi? What is extension way? What are the differences between them?

4. (a) Explain the role of Multimedia in communication.
(b) Explain any five features of Macromedia Director.

5. Explain any 10 elements of Hypertext.

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA December, 2009 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2008
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

1. (a) What is Macromedia Director ? How is it used to develop multimedia?
(b) Discuss how multimedia can be used for the following application areas:
(i) Health Awareness Department
(ii) On-line entertainment Company.
(c) Write the hardware requirements of a multimedia Computer. Also, explain the use and importance of each hardware.
(d) What type of application development is best suited for Everest Authoring system? Explain the important features of this system.

2. (a) Explain how multimedia supports the medical collaboration and consultation system.
(b) How do scripting languages serve as a useful tool for spreading interactive education?

3. Design a multimedia based on-line advertisement website, which advertises for different products like mobile, jewellery, garments, food item, etc. Prepare branching sequence template and story board template for this system.

4. (a) How is multimedia used in business Communication ? Explain with an example.
(b) Explain the use of communication technology for multimedia services, with the help of an example.

5. (a) Which multimedia software is best suited for Synchronizing sound tracks with video tracks ? Write its features.
(b) Write short notes on the following:
(i) Cardiac Tutor
(ii) Video Conferencing
(iii) Quick Time
(iv) Video Linguist

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA June, 2009 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2009
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

1. (a) Explain, how are scenario based simulations different from knowledge based simulations.
(b) Discuss how multimedia can be used for the following application areas:
(i) Fashion Industry
(ii) Flight and Aviation Institute
(iii) How does QuickTime Software work?

(d) Differentiate between video conferencing and document conferencing. How does video conferencing play an important role in Management?
(e) Explain the role of annotations in the applications of hypertext, using an example.

2. (a) Explain the production and distribution phases of multimedia development.
(b) What is hypertext? Give two applications of hypertext. Explain any five elements of hypertext. Differentiate between the following:
(a) E mail and Voice mail
(b) Vector image and Bitmap Image
(c) CD ROM and DVD ROM
(d) Animation and Digital Video

4. Design a multimedia based on-line education system. Prepare logic flow chart and story board template for this system.

5. (a) Explain the role of multimedia in knowledge transfer using an example.
(b) Explain five major challenges for the multimedia developers.

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA December, 2008 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2008
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

1. (a) Discuss how multimedia can be used for the following application areas :
(i) Website of any Advertisement agency.
(ii) Website of any Educational Institution.
(b) What is QuickTime? Who developed this product? Discuss the importance of this product and how does it work.
(c) Discuss the following types of authoring tools along with their purpose of use:
(i) Time-based
(ii) Icon-based
(iii) Theatrical-based
(iv) Card-based

2. (a) "Some hypertext systems have built-in programming languages, so that one can customize the system to one's specific needs." With the help of an example product, illustrate the features. 5
(b) Discuss the following examples of multimedia pedagogues:
(i) Computer-based CD tutors
(ii) Applet-based practicals (simulations)

3. Explain, how the following multimedia components are created and how are these used in E-learning applications:
(i) Pictures/Photographs
(ii) 3-D Graphics
(iii) Audio
(iv) Digital Video

4. Define the term "storyboard" in the context of multimedia project. Mention the features of it and also design simple storyboard template for any instance of an application of your choice.

5. Describe the following file formats and mention the related s/w through which we can work with them:
(i) AVI
(ii) JPG
(iii) MOV
(iv) PCX
(v) WAV

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA June, 2008 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2008
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

1. (a) How does authoring software differ from programming languages ? How is "cross-platform capability" an important feature of authoring software? Explain.
(b) What are the important features of audio/video streams?
(c) What is the relationship between hypermedia and hypertext?
(d) What is morphing? How and where can it be used?
(e) "Multimedia technology along with communication technology makes a very powerful interdctive communication environment useful for collaborative working." Comment and justify the above statement.
(f) Define bitmap format.

2. What are the various file formats used for multimedia components? Compare and contrast the features of any two multimedia development software.

3. (a) What is MIDI ? Explain the applications of MIDI in multimedia.
(b) Explain the important features of Macromedia Director.

4. (a) How is animation different from simulation ? Write the names of any two software used in animation.
(b) Explain the main steps involved in the planning and production of a multimedia application.

5. Describe how multimedia can be used for the following application areas:
(a) Advertisement
(b) Fashion Designing

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA December, 2007 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2007
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

1. (a) Explain the need and development in multimedia applications. List five basic hardware and software requirements for any multimedia system.
(b) What is animation? Explain the use of any three types of animation in multimedia.
(c) Explain how multimedia can have impact on advertising of a product with the changing environment of mobile technology.
(d) Explain five features of ImageQ.
(e) What is collaborative learning? Explain two advantages of collaboration and multimedia learning.

2. (a) What is a copyright ? Explain three reasons for the need of copyright for multimedia applications.
(b) Why is the distribution of multimedia required in case of networks? Explain two methods of distribution of multimedia software.

3. (a) List and describe five multimedia file formats.
(b) Explain how communication technology is used for providing multimedia applications

4. (a) What is simulation ? Explain the category of simulation with example.
(b) Explain the role of multimedia in E-commerce applications

5. (a) Compare the features of CD-ROM and DVD-ROM along with their usage.
(b) What is MEDNET? Explain two basic services provided by MEDNET.

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA June, 2007 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2007
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

Q.1.(a) Explain two applications of multimedia. Describe different types of requirements for multimedia computer system that will support your applications.
(b) List any five services that are available to people due to advertisement of computing and communication technologies.
(c) Describe Everest Authoring System.

Q.2. Give the template for audio description in multimedia application development.

Q.3.(a) Describe any two multimedia file formats.
(b) What is digital video? Explain the application of it in the development of multimedia applications.

Q.4.(a) List any five facilities that need to be supported by a multimedia network for any business industry.
(b) Explain the working and principle of QuickTime.

Q.5.(a) List any five tips for creation of textual information in a multimedia application.
(b) What is a Sound card? Explain its working and principle.

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA December, 2006 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2006
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

Q.1.(a) Discuss the hardware requirements of a multimedia computer through a diagram. Also explain various hardware requirements.
(b) How does multimedia support e-commerce-based applications in business promotion?
(c) While designing multimedia applications, how does copyright issue play a crucial role?
(d) How do scripting languages serve as a useful tool for spreading interactive education?
(e) How does Quicktime software work?

Q.2.(a) Define the term “Multimedia Interface Design”. Write at least 7 rules that need to be followed in the design of computer based instructions.
(b) Name and describe at least 7 software tools that are related to multimedia application.

Q.3.(a) Explain the application areas of multimedia.
(b) State any five elements of hypertext.

Q.4.(a) Discuss the planning process of a multimedia application with the help of a figure. Also, explain the different phases of planning process.
(b) Explain the role of multimedia in entertainment and business.

Q.5.(a) How did multimedia transform the publishing industry? Indicate at least 5 changes.
(b) Explain the use of four communication technologies in multimedia services.

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA June, 2006 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2006
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

Q.1.(a) Define the term Multimedia. List four softwares used in multimedia industry.
(b) Explain the role of a logic flow chart for multimedia application, with an example.
(c) How is multimedia used in business communications? Explain this with an example.
(d) What are Annotations? Explain the role of annotations in the applications of hypertext, using an example.
(e) What is video conferencing? List two differences between video conferencing and document conferencing.
(f) Explain the use of the Everest Authoring system. Also list four features of this system.
(g) Describe the Hardware requirernent for a multimedia system, with a suitable diagram.

2. Briefly explain four features of Digital Video. Also explain why it is increasingly used in current applications. Explain two differences in the functions of Digital Video and a CD-ROM.

Q.3.(a) What is Macromedia Director? How it is used to develop multimedia?
(b) Explain the following multimedia file formats:
AVI, BMP, JPEG, MPEG AND Wav.

Q.4.(a) What is a hypertext? Explain this with a diagram. Also describe three major elements of hypertext.
(b) Explain the use of communication technology for multimedia services, with an example.

Q.5.(a) Explain the process of collaborative learning using multimedia, with an example.
(b) Explain the production process of multimedia applications, with an example.

CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA December, 2005 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2005
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

Q.1. (a) What is multimedia ? Explain at least five applications of multimedia in distance education.
(b) What is the need of interface design ? Explain five fundamental rules for interface design in multimedia applications.
(c) Whai is copyright ? List and explain two legal issues related to copyright in multimedia application development.
(d) What is hypertext ? Explain any two application areas of hypertext.
(e) List and explain two input and two output devices for multimedia systems.

Q.2. (a) What is a multimedia component ? Explain any four components (except video) of multimedia with an examle of each.
(b) What is digital video ? Explain the use of digital video in developing multimedia applications.

Q.3. (a) What is authoring software ? Explain three features of authoring software.
(b) Explain the need for planning a multimedia application. Explain the need of logic flow chart for development of interactive multimedia application with an example.

Q.4. (a) Explain at least six features of ImageQ.
(b) What is a sound card ? Explain the process of sound card installation.
(c) What are annotations ? Explain the role of annotations in the applications of hypertext with an example.

5. (a) Explain the statement "Multimedia productions are tailored to specifically meet the users needs" with an example.
(b) Explain any two multimedia features which can be used in business.
(c) Explain any four rules to be used in designing the computer based instructional materials.

CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA December, 2003 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2003
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

1. (a) What is Morphing? How is it similar to/different from Warping?
(b) What are multimedia pedagogues? How do they support the teaching and learning?
(c) What is hypertext? Describe its applications.
(d) Describe the basic features of any one of the following authoring tools:
(i) Macromedia Director
(ii) Authorware Professional

2. What are the various hardware components needed for multimedia display and development? Describe the usage of these components.

3. Describe the uses of multimedia in the following applications:
(a) A web-based information portal
(b) An interactive audio
(c) A distributed learning platform

4. Suppose you are asked to develop a multimedia tutor for the topics of “Computer Fundamentals”. Describe the process of multimedia development for the above tutor. Give description on each step of developers in the context of above application.

5. Compare and contrast the features of various authoring tools available. Indicate which type of application; a given authoring tool is more suitable for. Give proper justification in support of your answer.

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA June, 2003 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2003
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.


1. (a) “Multimedia is the tool for teaching tomorrow.” Comment on the above statement.
(b) A multimedia hardware platform is to be used for delivering multimedia based tutorials available on the CD. What will be the configuration of such multimedia computers? Describe the purpose of each component in your selection.
(c) What are the various sound formats that may be allowed in multimedia? Describe in detail any one of them.
(d) Describe the features of any one of the following multimedia s/w:
(i) Macromedia Director
(ii) Authorware

2. Describe the process of development of advertising capsule of small duration through multimedia.

3. What are the features that you may look for while selecting development tools for Animation using series of pictures, video editing and simulating a practical session in multimedia?

4. A multimedia teaching aid is to be developed for teaching Binary search tree data structure. How will you design this multimedia? Give details on the objectives, target audience, resource requirements and advantages of making the above multimedia. Which of the multimedia components would you like to include in your above tutorial? Give reasons.

5. Describe how multimedia can be used in the following:
(a) A Conference
(b) A Library

CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA December, 2002 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2002
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.


1. (a) “Multimedia is stronger than multiple-media as it is interactive in nature.” Comment on the above statement.
(b) What are the hardware components needed for professional multimedia development platforms? Define the purpose of each of the hardware components.
(c) What is morphing? Describe a situation where it can be used.
(d) Describe the features of any one of the following multimedia development platforms:
(i) Flash
(ii) Authorware

2. Describe the process of planning and development of a mathematics tutorial through multimedia.

3. Describe the features that you will consider while selecting a development tool for the following multimedia components:
(a) Sound/Audio
(b) Graphics
(c) Animation

4. Suggest suitable areas from your curriculum where multimedia can be used for teaching English (as per course CS-610). Give Details in the form of objectives, target audience, resource requirements and advantages of making multimedia for the area/application suggested.

5. Describe how multimedia can be used in the following:
(a) Airline reservation system
(b) Railway inquiry system
(c) An auditorium

CS-66: MULTIMEDIA June, 2002 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2002
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.


1. (a) “Multimedia is not just Hardware but also Software”. Comment on the above statement.
(b) What are the various multimedia hardware components? What additional components of hardware will be needed in case you want to download multimedia contents from the internet?
(c) What is MIDI in the context of multimedia? Describe one application of it.
(d) Describe the basic feature of any one of the following authoring tools:
(i) Macromedia Director
(ii) Authorware Professional

2. A multimedia tutorial is to be developed for delivery through internet. How will you plan and develop the application?

3. For making a digital multimedia one has to use many different types of packages in addition to authoring tools. Describe features of the packages (other than authoring tools) that might be needed for development of multimedia.

4. Suggest various areas where multimedia can be used in a university. Take any one of suggested area/application and define its objectives, prospective viewers, resource requirements and advantages/disadvantages.

5. Describe how multimedia can be used in the following:
(a) A hospital
(b) Bank
(c) Bus stand

CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA December, 2001 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
December, 2001
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.


1.(a) What is Multimedia? What are its advantages? Where can one use Multimedia?
(b) What are the various hardware components needed for Multimedia display and development? Describe the usage of these components.
(c) What is the purpose of Multimedia authoring tools? Does Multimedia development start with multimedia authoring? Describe one of the tools that may be used for authoring.
(d) What is Morphing? How is it similar/different to that of warping?

2. Suppose you are asked to develop a multimedia presentation that is to be used for presentation of information through internet. The specialty of the application is that the tutorial information is dispersed on many sites and these tools present the information as a single source with search facility. How will you plan and develop the suggested application.

3. Compare and contrast the features of various authoring tools available. Indicate which type of application a given authoring tool is more suitable for. Give justification in support of your answer.

4. Suggest various areas of applications, where multimedia may be used in Hospitals. Describe one of the areas in details giving the objectives, prospective viewers, approximate resource requirements for one of the applications.

5. Describe how multimedia can be used in the following:
(a) A Museum
(b) Railway stations/bus stations
(c) A departmental store.

CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA June, 2001 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2001
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.

Q1. (i) Compare and contrast the following in the context of Multimedia:
(a) CD-ROM and DVD
(b) Analog Audio and Digital Audio
(c) Analog Video and Digital Video
(d) Icon based and Time based multimedia authoring software
(ii) What do you mean by Animation? Describe two applications of animation.
(iii) What do you mean by hypertext? Describe its application.

Q2. Suppose you are asked to develop a multimedia tutor for the topics of “Introduction to Computer”. Describe the process of multimedia development for the above tutor. Give descriptions on each step of development in the context of above application.

Q3. Suppose you are developing a multimedia which requires lot of animation and interaction. Compare and contrast the features of various authoring software for suitability of the above application. Choose one software for final development and describe reasons of your selection.

Q4. What are the areas in education, except preparing a tutorial, where multimedia may be used? Describe one example for each identified area.

Q5. Describe how multimedia can be used in the following:
(a) Reception of a hospital
(b) Vistor Lounge of a company
(c) Bookstore

CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA June, 2000 question paper

BACHELOR IN COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
Term-End Examination
June, 2000
CS-66 : MULTIMEDIA
Time : 2 Hours
Maximum Marks : 75



Note : There are five questions in this paper. Question no. 1 is compulsory and caries 30 marks. Attempt any three from the rest.


Q.1: Write short notes on the following in the context of Multimedia.[30]
(a) Input/Out devices for a Multimedia Computer
(b) Digital audio
(c) Multimedia on Internet
(d)Document conferencing and Video conferencing and advantages
(e) Animation
(f) Multimedia extension in Windows.

BCA syllabus revised from July 2011 session

IGNOU's School of Computer and Information Sciences (SOCIS) has revised its syllabus for Bachelor’s in Computer Application (BCA) from July 2011 admission session.

With the launch of revised syllabus, the existing BCA (pre-revised syllabus) would be discontinued from July 2011. Accordingly, no fresh admission would be made in BCA (pre-revised syllabus) from July 2011 cycle onwards.

A communication has been sent to all those prospective students who have applied for BCA programme through the Admission Form contained in the Common Prospectus of Jan. 2011. All such candidates are also required to remit the difference fee of Rs.200.

Students already registered in BCA (pre-revised syllabus) up to Janusry 2011 admission session would continue their studies in the same syllabus and no change from BCA (pre-revised syllabus) to BCA (revised syllabus) would be permitted.

With the revision in the syllabus, the admission eligibility criteria, the duration of the programme (minimum 3 years and maximum 6 years) and the programme fee (Rs. 4500/- per semester), remains the same. The student attendance for theory counseling sessions has no compulsion however, the counseling sessions of Lab courses requires 70% compulsory attendance.

The basic objective of the BCA (Revised) programme is to open a channel of admission for computing courses for students who have done their 10+2 and are interested in taking computing/IT as a career. After acquiring the Bachelor’s Degree (BCA) at IGNOU, there is further educational opportunity to go for an MCA at IGNOU or Master’s Programme at any other University/Institute. Also after completing BCA Programme, a student should be able to get entry level job in the field of Information Technology.

Guidelines for the Students of MCA (Old Syllabus), BCA-MCA Integrated (Old Syllabus) and BCA (Old and Pre-Revised Syllabus) programmes

University has given you a last opportunity to complete your left out courses of said programmes in the Term End Examinations of June-2011 and December-2011. For availing this one time opportunity, you need to pay the Pro-rata (credit-wise) fees as mentioned in the Readmission form, for the unsuccessful courses. The completely filled-in form with requisite fee in the form of DD is to be sent to the Registrar, Student Registration Division (SRD), IGNOU, Maidangarhi, New Delhi-110068.
  • Fill your Re-admission form along with the credit-wise fees as given in the form. The credits of the courses may be checked from the Programme Guide or the list given here.
  • Fill your Examination Form along with the fees mentioned in the examination form and submit them to the Regional Centre concerned.
TERM AND CONDITIONS:

  1. This is a one-time special provision of Re-Admission for one-year only.
  2. All students concerned will have re-validate the registration of all the left-over courses up to Dec.2011 by remitting the pro-rata fee, in lump-sum, once again.
  3. In case of Integrated BCA-MCA, pro-rata fee should be paid for all those left-over courses of BCA as well as MCA (in lump-sum). In such cases pro-rata fee of BCA alone will not be accepted.
  4. They will also have remit the fee for the left-over semester(s), if any, in ‘one go’, in addition to the pro-rata fee.
  5. All‘re-admission’ cases along fee for left-over semester(s) will be directly handled by Student Registration Division, IGNOU, New Delhi. Re-admission Form and the Table of pro-rata fee could be down loaded from the website (www.ignou.ac.in> STUDENTS ZONE>Re-admission>).
  6. No Self-learning Material would be provided to such students.
  7. No practical and/or counselling sessions would be arranged by the university.
  8. To fill the Examination Form Authentication by Co-ordinator/Incharge of Study Centre/Programme Study Centre/Partner Institution/Community College may not be required for such students.
  9. All other terms and conditions of ‘re-admission’ would remains unchanged.
  10. Cases of all those students who have already sought admission afresh and applied for transfer of credits earned in the previous Enrol.# will not be re-opened under any circumstances.
  11. No Term-end Examination of the courses of BCA(old sylb.) and MCA(old syllabus) would be conducted after 2011 December TEE.
  12. Readmission and Examination forms must be submitted separately along with requisite fee.
  13. BCA (old) syllabus) is of those students admitted in 1996, 1997 & 1998 (January sessions). BCA (pre-revised sylb.) students those have taken admission form July 1998 and up to Jan. 2011 cycle of admission.
  14. In case student need to submit the assignments of the courses, can submit these assignments to the address given below. Student must send the assignment along with a copy of your online grade card. Please note that all old syllabus courses (final set) assignments are available on our website (www.ignou.ac.in). The Director, SOCIS, C Block, Academic Complex, IGNOU, Maidan Garhi, New Delhi, 110068