In case you have filled the GATE 2016 examination form for the Computer Science and Information Technology. So before the Examination comes you must be prepared for it. And to be fully prepared for the GATE 2016 you must know about the GATE 2016 CS/ IT Exam Syllabus & Pattern. GATE 2016 Examination will be conducted in 2016. If you are searching for the GATE Computer Science Exam Syllabus, GATE 2016 Computer Science & Information Technology. So here is the complete GATE 2016 CS/ IT Exam Syllabus & Pattern.
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GATE 2016 CS/ IT Exam Syllabus & Pattern
GATE 2016 Examination will give an opportunity to all the candidate to get admitted into the IITs and other institution for higher studies in India, especially in the field of Engineering. GATE 2016 Exam will be scheduled for the month of January, 2016. For the exam, you have enough days in which you can excel. So you can prepare very well, and score high marks and get admitted into any IIT or other top colleges. Here is the GATE 2016 CS/ IT Exam Pattern which will help you in easy preparation of GATE 2016.
- Subject Questions: 70% of the total Marks.
- Engineering Questions: 15% of the total marks.
- General Aptitude Questions: 15% of the total marks.
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Let me give you an idea about the Computer Science and Information Technology Syllabus in short passage. The Syllabus has been divided into 10 Section given below.
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Section1: Engineering Mathematics – Discrete Mathematics, Groups, Graphs, Combinatorics, Linear Algebra, Calculus, Probability, Computer Science and Information Technology.
Section 2: Digital Logic – Boolean algebra, Combinational and sequential circuits, Minimization, Number representations and computer arithmetic (fixed and floating point).
Section 3: Computer Organization, Memory hierarchy
Section 4: Programming and Data Structures – Programming in C
Section 5: Algorithms – Searching, Algorithm design techniques
Section 6: Theory of Computation – Regular expressions and finite automata,
Section 7: Compiler Design – Lexical analysis, parsing, syntax-directed translation
Section 8: Operating System – Processes, threads, inter‐process communication, concurrency and synchronization.
Section 9: Databases – ER‐model.
Section 10: Computer Networks – Concept of layering, Application layer protocols, Network security.
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