Dirbguarh University - B.Com 3rd Sem Syllabus CBCS Pattern: E - Commerce (SE 302)

B. Com (Hons.) (CBCS)
Semester -III Skill Enhancement Compulsory Course
SE 302- E-Commerce (2Credit)
Lectures: 12, Practical: 28 Full Marks: 50 (Internal Assessment 10 + 40 End-Term)
Objectives: To enable the student to become familiar with the mechanism for conducting business transactions through electronic means.
Unit 1: Introduction: 4 L (Marks: 8)
Meaning, nature, concepts, advantages, disadvantages and reasons for transacting online, types of E-Commerce, e-commerce business models (introduction, key elements of a business model and categorizing major E-commerce business models), forces behind e-commerce. Technology used in E-commerce: The dynamics of world wide web and internet (meaning, evolution and features); Designing, building and launching e-commerce website (A systematic approach involving decisions regarding selection of hardware, software, outsourcing vs. in-house development of a website)
Unit 2: Security and Encryption: 4 L (Marks: 8)
Need and concepts, the e-commerce security environment: (dimension, definition and scope of esecurity), security threats in the E-commerce environment (security intrusions and breaches, attacking methods like hacking, sniffing, cyber-vandalism etc.), technology solutions (Encryption, security channels of communication, protecting networks and protecting servers and clients).
Unit 3: IT Act 2000 and Cyber Crimes 4 L (Marks: 8)

IT Act 2000: Definitions, Digital signature, Electronic governance, Attribution, acknowledgement and dispatch of electronic records, Regulation of certifying authorities, Digital signatures certificates, Duties of subscribers, Penalties and adjudication, Appellate Tribunal, Offences and Cyber-crimes.
Unit 4: E-payment System: 4 L + 5 P (Mark s: 8)
Models and methods of e–payments (Debit Card, Credit Card, Smart Cards, e-money), digital signatures(procedure, working and legal position), payment gateways, online banking (meaning, concepts,importance, electronic fund transfer, automated clearing house, automated ledger posting), risksinvolved in e-payments.
Unit 5: On-line Business Transactions: 4 L + 5 P (Marks: 8)
Meaning, purpose, advantages and disadvantages of transacting online, E-commerce applications in various industries like {banking, insurance, payment of utility bills, online marketing, e-tailing (popularity, benefits, problems and features), online services (financial, travel and career), auctions, online portal, online learning, publishing and entertainment} Online shopping (amazon, snapdeal, flipkart, etc.)
Unit 6: Website designing 10 P
Introduction to HTML; tags and attributes: Text Formatting, Fonts, Hypertext Links, Tables, Images, Lists, Forms, Frames, Cascading Style Sheets.
1. There shall be 3 Credit Hrs. for lectures + One Credit hr. (2 Practical periods per week per batch) for Practical Lab
2. Latest edition of text books may be used.
Suggested Readings
1. Kenneth C. Laudon and Carlo Guercio Traver, E-Commerce, Pearson Education.
2. David Whiteley, E-commerce: Strategy, Technology and Applications, McGraw Hill Education
3. Bharat Bhaskar, Electronic Commerce: Framework, Technology and Application, 4th Ed., McGraw Hill Education
4. PT Joseph, E-Commerce: An Indian Perspective, PHI Learning
5. KK Bajaj and Debjani Nag, E-commerce, McGraw Hill Education
6. TN Chhabra, E-Commerce, Dhanpat Rai & Co.
7. Sushila Madan, E-Commerce, Taxmann
8. TN Chhabra, Hem Chand Jain, and Aruna Jain, An Introduction to HTML, Dhanpat Rai & Co.

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