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Doc Name: UNIT IV Organisational Culture
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:4
UploadedBy:KAVITA
Remarks:Organisational Culture
Date Created:5/10/2020
Doc Name: UNIT IV Organisational Change
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:4
UploadedBy:KAVITA
Remarks:Organisational Change
Date Created:5/9/2020
Doc Name: UNIT IV Organizational Structure
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:4
UploadedBy:KAVITA
Remarks:Organizational Structure
Date Created:5/2/2020
Doc Name: UNIT II Organisational Process
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:3
UploadedBy:KAVITA
Remarks:Organisational Process
Date Created:5/1/2020
Doc Name: UNIT III Organisational Conflict
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:3
UploadedBy:KAVITA
Remarks:Organisational Conflict
Date Created:5/1/2020
Doc Name: UNIT III Groups & Teams
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:4
UploadedBy:KAVITA
Remarks:UNIT III Groups & Teams
Date Created:4/29/2020
Doc Name: Computer Networks Chapter 2 Domain Name System (DNS)
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
UploadedBy:VIKAS NANDAL
Remarks:There are several applications in the application layer of the Internet model that follow the client/server paradigm. The client/server programs can be divided into two categories: those that can be directly used by the user, such as e-mail, and those that support other application programs. The Domain Name System (DNS) is a supporting program that is used by other programs such as e-mail.
Date Created:4/25/2020
Doc Name: Computer Networks Chapter 2 EMAIL
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
UploadedBy:VIKAS NANDAL
Remarks:In this chapter, we first study the general architecture of an e-mail system including the three main components: user agent, message transfer agent, and message access agent. We then describe the protocols that implement these components
Date Created:4/25/2020
Doc Name: Computer Networks Chapter 2 SMTP
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
UploadedBy:VIKAS NANDAL
Remarks:The actual mail transfer is done through message transfer agents. To send mail, a system must have the client MTA, and to receive mail, a system must have a server MTA. The formal protocol that defines the MTA client and server in the Internet is called the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). As we said before, two pairs of MTA client/server programs are used in the most common situation
Date Created:4/25/2020
Doc Name: Computer Networks Chapter 2 FTP
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
UploadedBy:VIKAS NANDAL
Remarks:File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is the standard mechanism provided by TCP/IP for copying a file from one host to another. Although transferring files from one system to another seems simple and straightforward, some problems must be dealt with first. For example, two systems may use different file name conventions. Two systems may have different ways to represent text and data. Two systems may have different directory structures. All these problems have been solved by FTP in a very simple and elegant approach.
Date Created:4/25/2020
Doc Name: Computer Networks Chapter 2 WWW
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
UploadedBy:VIKAS NANDAL
Remarks:The World Wide Web (WWW) is a repository of information linked together from points all over the world. TheWWW has a unique combination of flexibility, portability, and user-friendly features that distinguish it from other services provided by the Internet. The WWW project was initiated by CERN (European Laboratory for Particle Physics) to create a system to handle distributed resources necessary for scientific research. In this chapter we first discuss issues related to the Web. We then discuss a protocol, HTTP, that is used to retrieve information from the Web.
Date Created:4/25/2020
Doc Name: Computer Networks Chapter 2 HTML
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
UploadedBy:VIKAS NANDAL
Remarks:Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a language for creating Web pages. The term markup language comes from the book publishing industry. Before a book is typeset and printed, a copy editor reads the manuscript and puts marks on it. These marks tell the compositor how to format the text. For example, if the copy editor wants part of a line to be printed in boldface, he or she draws a wavy line under that part. In the same way, data for a Web page are formatted for interpretation by a browser.
Date Created:4/25/2020
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Doc Name: I/o offset current and voltage
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:4
Remarks: 
Doc Name: regulated power supply
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:4
Remarks: 
Doc Name: VLSI DESIGN
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks:Unit - B
Doc Name: Computer Networks 3
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks:Chapter 2 IP addressing
Doc Name: Computer Networks 5
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks:Chapter 3 Lan and WAN basics
Doc Name: Computer Networks 5
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks:Chapter 4 SONET/SDH
Doc Name: Remarks on verbo- tonal phonetics for a communicative context
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:2
Remarks: 
Doc Name: English Elementary Test
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:2
Remarks: 
Doc Name: Feedback amplifier
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:4
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Doc Name: CN Basics
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks: 
Doc Name: TCP Header
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks: 
Doc Name: IP Basics
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks: 
Doc Name: IP Basics and Addressing
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks: 
Doc Name: Computer Networks 3
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks:Chapter 2 IP Basics
Doc Name: Computer Networks 2
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks:Chapter 2 TCP and IP Header
Doc Name: Computer Networks 1
Course:B.TECH (ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGI (301)
Semester:6
Remarks:Chapter 1 OSI and TCP Model
 
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Doc Name:Remote Monitoring Techniques In Computer Networks
Remarks:Remote monitoring techniques in computer networks can be complex. Foundational remote monitoring techniques include pings, SNMPs and Syslogs. Each of these three techniques collect data from a customer’s network. That data is then available for MSPs to use for troubleshooting, identifying potential issues and even configuring devices
Doc Name:Development of Surface Solids
Remarks:B.TECH EE SUBJECT:Engineering Graphics & Design
Doc Name:Computer Netwtoking Book
Remarks:Data Commmunication by Andrew S TananBaum
Doc Name:SECTION OF SOLIDS
Remarks:B.TECH ECE (ED)
Doc Name:PROJECTION OF SOLIDS
Remarks:B.TECH: Engineering Graphics & Design(COMMON FOR ALL BRANCHES)