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PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

SECTION-A  

1. Concept of a Project, Project Life Cycle Phases, Tools & Techniques of Project Management, Roles & Responsibilities of a Project Manager, Feasibility Report, Types of Feasibility, Financing Arrangements, Preparation of Cost Estimates, Project Implementation Schedule, Evaluation of Project Profitability.

SECTION-B 

2. Working & Design of Systems, System Design & Execution Plan, Work Breakdown Structure, Project Procedure Manual, Planning, Scheduling & Monitoring, Project Direction & Co- ordination, Communications in a Project, Project Control-Progress, Performance, Schedule & Cost Control, Performance Indicators & Performance Improvement, Project Management Environment.


SECTION-C 

3. Introduction & Objectives of Software Specification & Requirement Analysis (SRS), Software Specification Documents & Attributes, Software Development Life Cycle, Data Dictionary, Decision Support Tools, Data Flow Diagrams, Mathematical Logic.

SECTION – D 

4. Report Writing: Characteristics, Types, Structure, Importance & Style of Reports, Case Studies- Designing Illustrative Reports. Project Management Software Tools : Features, Different components of both licensed and Open Source Software.

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