CS101 Short Lectures & Notes for Midterm & Final term Preparations

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If you are enrolled in CS101 Introduction to computing course in Virtual university in any of your degree program i.e BSCS, BSIT, BSSE, MCS, MIT, MBS, MBA, BBA, BS English, BS Statistics, BS Match, MSc Math, MSc Statistics. Then you landed on a right place where you can fins all CS101 Short Lectures, Notes for best Midterm & Final term Preparations. TheITeducation.com is the best plate-from to get yourself prepare for prepare for CS101 Introduction to Computing course. Here you will find all CS101 Short Lectures videos which are the best and easy way to learn the concepts and short and highlighted cs101 hangouts. We will also provide you the CS101 Past Papers MCQs that would help a Vu Student to get good marks and CGPA in CS101 Introduction to computing course. These CS101 Short videos, notes, Past papers and Mcqs with answers will help to attempt your quizzes, to help you find CS101 Assignment solutions, Grand quiz, Midterm preparation and final term preparation.

CS101 Introduction to Computing

Course Synopsis
This is an introductory course in Computer Science designed for beginners. Apart from leading the participants through a whirlwind history of computing, the course also develops a feel for web programming through a series of lectures that help the students develop their own web page. Main objectives of the course are: 1. To build an appreciation for the fundamental concepts in computing 2. To achieve a beginners proficiency in Web page development 3. To become familiar with popular PC productivity software.
Course Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, you should be able to understand:

Fundamental concepts of computersVarious hardware building blocksComponents of operating systemsThe InternetHow to make a simple web pageBasic productivity software including word processing, spreadsheets, presentations and databases
Course CategoryComputer Science/Information Technology
Course LevelUndergraduate
Credit Hours3
InstructorDr. M. Tanvir Afzal
Graz University of Tech, Austria

Course outline

Introduction to Computing, Searching Techniques, History of Computing, Data Storage, Data Manipulation, OS Basic Concepts, Networking and the Internet, Algorithm, Programming Language, Software Engineering, Data Abstraction, Database Systems, Artificial Intelligence, CS Impact, Word Processing, Presentations, SpreadSheets, Database, Web page Development.

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CS101 Short Lectures – Complete Playlist

CS101 introduction to programming course is basic computer science course being taught in all undergraduate programs of CS, IT and SE. It is also taught in MBA, BBA,BCOM and many other disciplines as a introductory course. In VU Cs101 is being taught in BSSE, BSIT, BSSE, MCs and MIT along with BBA, BBIT, MSc Zology, MSc Mathematics etc. In 2020 Virtual university revised the Syllabus and handouts of CS101 course and Now this course is divided in to Short Modules. These modules recorded in the form of Short Lectures. YouTube Channel

CS101 Short Notes

CS201 Introduction to Computing handouts are provided by VU. These handouts can be downloaded from LMS account of the student. We will soon prepare CS101 Short Notes with Highlighted text and short MCQs with Answers. Once the CS101 short and highlighted notes will be updated will be uploaded for Free Downlead in PDF Format. Credit goes the writer of the CS101 Short Notes..

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