Fundamentals of Programming

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Instructions to Student
• Answer all questions.
• Deadline of submission: 18/June/2020 23:59
• The marks received on the assignment will be scaled down to the actual weightage
of the assignment which is 50 marks
• Formative feedback on the complete assignment draft will be provided if the draft is
submitted at least 10 days before the final submission date.
• Feedback after final evaluation will be provided by 8/June/2020
Module Learning Outcomes
The following LOs are achieved by the student by completing the assignment successfully
1) Demonstrate an understanding of the use and representation of data types
2) Identify the steps in the program development method
3) Represent programming logic in the form of flow charts and programs
4) Implement the different selection and iteration constructs in programs
Assignment Objective
This assignment will develop the foundational understanding of logic development and creating programs
using selection structure and iterations.
Assignment Tasks
1) Submit a work proposal for this assignment or before 12/May/2020 (23:59) which must include:
• Understanding of deliverables – a detail description of deliverables. (3 Marks)
• General overview of proposed plan – initial understanding of solution to task2 and 3. (3 Marks)
• Timeline for completion of the given tasks. (3 Marks)
• Identification of Literature Resources. (1 Mark)
The work proposal must be submitted in a word file through the link available in Moodle.
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IN SEMESTER (INDIVIDUAL) ASSIGNMENT
Module Code: COMP 10001 Module Name: Fundamentals of Programming
Level: 1 Max. Marks: 100
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(10 Marks)
Task 2) Write and execute a C program using any C compiler to input students’ number modules and
marks of all the modules he has studied. And do the following:
a. Determine and display grade received for each module studied according to the following
conditions:
Condition Module Grade
Marks is greater than or equal to 91 A
Marks is greater than or equal to 70 B
Marks is greater than or equal to 50 D
Otherwise F
b. Write a switch-case statement for each module Grade and display GPA according to the
following:
Module Grade Module GPA
A 4
B 2
D 1
Otherwise 0
c. Calculate and display the CGPA which is average GPA of all the modules.
(60 Marks)
Task 3) With the same scenario as given in the Task 2 do the following: (30 Marks)
a) Pseudocode (15 marks)
b) Flowchart (15 marks)
Rules & Regulations:
• All resources should be cited using CU Harvard style.
• The final assignment must have a Title page, Table of Contents, References/ bibliography using
CU Harvard Style and page numbers.
• Title Page must have Assignment Name, Module name, Session, your name, ID, and the name of
the faculty.
• The report must have the source code and screen shots of the output.
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• Softcopy in word format is to be submitted through Turnitin link on Moodle.
• Viva will be conducted after the assignment submission as per the dates informed earlier.
Guidelines:
• Assignment must be computer typed.
➢ Font – Times New Roman
➢ Font – Style – Regular
➢ Font – Size – 12
➢ Heading should be with Font Size 14, Bold, Capital and Underline.
• Explain with suitable diagrams wherever required. Diagrams must be drawn using suitable
software or by pencil.
• Each student has to do the assignment individually / Students have to do the assignment
collaboratively and each student should write a brief reflection on their contribution and learnings
from group work.
• You can refer books in eLibrary or use internet resource. But you should not cut and paste material
from internet nor provide photocopied material from books. The assignment answers should be
in your own words after understanding the matter from the above resources.
Important Policies to be followed
1. Student Academic Integrity Policy*:
MEC upholds the spirit of academic integrity in all forms of academic work and any form of violation
of academic integrity shall invite severe penalty. Any benefit obtained by indulging in the act of
violation of academic integrity shall be cancelled.
All cases of violation of academic integrity on the part of the student shall fall under any of the below
mentioned categories:
1. Plagiarism
2. Malpractice
3. Ghost Writing
4. Collusion
5. Other cases
If the student fails a module and has a proven case of academic integrity violation in this module, the
student is required to re-register the module. This is applicable to first and second offenders of
plagiarism.
1. Plagiarism
A. First offence of plagiarism
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I. If a student is caught first time in an act of plagiarism during his/her course of study in
any assignment other than project work, the student will be allowed to re-submit the
assignment once, within a maximum period of one week. However, a penalty of
deduction of 25% of the marks obtained for the resubmitted work will be imposed.
II. Period of re-submission: The student will have to re-submit the work one week from the
date he or she is advised to re-submit.
III. If the re-submitted work is also found to be plagiarized, then that assessment will be
awarded a zero mark. Re-submission of the work beyond the maximum period of one
week will not be accepted and the assessment will be awarded a zero mark.
B. Second offence of plagiarism
If any student is caught second time in an act of plagiarism during his/her course of study (in a
subsequent semester), the student will directly be awarded zero for the work in which plagiarism
is detected. In such cases, the student will not be allowed to resubmit the work. A warning of
suspension shall be issued, and student has to sign an undertaking and undergo counselling
session in such cases.
2. Malpractice/Ghostwriting/Collusion
A. First offence of Malpractice/Ghostwriting/Collusion
If a student is caught in an act of Malpractice/Ghostwriting/Collusion for an assessment
component irrespective of coursework or end semester, the student shall fail the module
and shall be required to re-register the module
B. Second Offence of Malpractice/Ghostwriting/Collusion
If a student is caught a second time in an act of Malpractice/Ghostwriting/Collusion for
an assessment component irrespective of coursework or end semester, the student
shall fail the module. A warning of suspension shall be issued, and student has to sign
an undertaking and undergo counselling session in such cases.
3. Third Offence of Academic Integrity Violation
If a student is caught a third time in an act of Academic Integrity Violation for an assessment
component irrespective of coursework or end semester (in a subsequent semester), the student
shall fail the module and also shall be suspended for one semester from the College, as
recommended by institutional level academic committee, Chaired by the Associate Dean, Academic
Affairs.
4. Fourth Offence of Academic Integrity Violation:
If a student is caught a fourth time in an act of Academic Integrity Violation for an assessment
component irrespective of coursework or end semester (in a subsequent semester), the student shall
fail the module and also shall be expelled from the College, as recommended by institutional level
academic committee, Chaired by the Associate Dean, Academic Affairs.
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5. Other cases
If a student commits an act of academic integrity violation as per the definition of “other cases”
mentioned in the previous section or of a different nature, student’s case shall be forwarded to an
institutional level academic committee, Chaired by the Associate Dean, Academic Affairs. The
committee shall investigate the case by means of a viva and/or a disciplinary hearing and shall take
appropriate decision. The penalty that can be granted to a proven case of academic integrity violation
which falls in this category of “other cases” can be a warning/component zero/ module
fail/suspension/expulsion depending on the nature and gravity of the offence.
6. Types/Variations of Cases:
I. If plagiarism is detected in any component of one assessment, the deduction in marks will be
applicable for the whole assessment, even if only the component or part submission alone needs
to be resubmitted.
II. If plagiarism is detected in a group assessment, all students of the group will be considered as
having committed an act of plagiarism and the policy will then be applied to all students
III. If plagiarism is detected in any component of a group assessment, the deduction in marks will be
applicable for the whole assessment even if only the component or part submission alone needs
to be resubmitted.
All students of the group would be considered as having committed an act of plagiarism and the
policy will then be applied to all the students of the group.
IV. If the assessment consists of components or part submissions that could be a group assessment
component (e.g. group assignment) and an individual assessment component (e.g. individual
reflection), the following will be applicable:
a. If plagiarism is detected in the group assessment component, all students of the group
will be considered as having committed an act of plagiarism, The policy will then be
applied to all students of the group. Group assessment component will be resubmitted
as per the policy.
b. If plagiarism is detected in the individual assessment component, the individual
assessment component will be resubmitted and the policy will then be applied to that
student alone.
c. For both (a) and/or (b), the deduction in marks will be applicable for the whole
assessment.
* for further details Refer to MEC Student Academic Integrity Policy in Student Handbook.
2. Late Submission Regulations:
It is the students’ responsibility to check all relevant timelines related to assessments.
As per the Assessment Policy at MEC, late submissions are allowed for one week (5 working days)
for all UG modules with a penalty. In such cases, a deduction of 5% of the marks obtained for the
submitted work shall be imposed for each working day following the last date of submission
till the date of actual submission. Assessment documents submitted beyond a period of one
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week (5 working days) after the last date of submission will not be accepted and will be awarded
a zero for that assessment. In cases where the submission has been delayed due to extenuating
circumstances, the student may be permitted to submit the work without imposing the late
submission policy stated above. The extended period of submission will be one week from the
original last date of submission. In such cases, the student is expected to submit the supporting
certificates on or before the original last date of submission of the assessment and the decision
of extension rests with faculty responsible for the assessment .The late submission policy shall be
applied if the student fails to submit the work within one week of the original last date of
submission.
Students may contact their teachers for clarification on specific details of the submission time if
required.
3. Research Ethics and Biosafety Policy
To protect and respect the rights, dignity, health, safety, and privacy of research subjects involved
including the welfare of animals and the integrity of environment, all student projects are
expected to be undertaken as per the MEC Research Ethics and Biosafety Policy. Accordingly the
following shall apply.
• Research and other enterprise activities shall be conducted by maintaining the high ethical
standards consistent with national and international standards and conventions.
• Any research at MEC that is categorized as high-risk research shall be subject to review and
approval by the Research Ethics and Biosafety Committee.
• Research activities involving collection of human or animal tissues and manipulation of microbial,
animal or plant cells shall be subject to review and approval by the Research Ethics and Biosafety
Committee.
• Participants involved in research must be informed about the purpose of research and intended
uses of research findings. Written consent must be obtained from people involved prior to the
commencement of research.
• Data obtained from participants must be treated with high confidence and should be used only
for the intended purpose of research.
Assessment Evaluation Criteria
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Assessment Sheet – Basic Assignment Analysis
Fundamentals of Programming (COMP 10001.1) Session: A/B
Student ID No.:____________ Student Name: _______________________________________________
Deliverables Aspects Mark Range: 0-4 Mark
Task 1 Proposal
Submission
What you will do with the given tasks and the dates by when they will be completed 3
General overview of initial understanding of solutions to all the tasks 3
Timeline for completion of the given tasks 3
Identification of Literature Resources 1
Deliverables Aspects Range Task Grading Criteria
Task 2
Calculate
CGPA
0-29 No real attempt to address the assignment
brief or learning outcomes No evidence of
knowledge of key principles, classes and
objects Insufficient/no use of analytical
skills and reflective practice.
Weak presentation and structure, grammar and spelling, links to supporting evidence
Little evidence of attempts to engage with module materials
and learning outcomes Little knowledge of key principles and
concepts
30-39 Adequate knowledge of key principles and concepts
Some evidence of understanding of basic concepts/issues.
Detailed response to all relevant parts of the question with evidence of clear understanding of the issues.
40-50 Good knowledge or key principles and concepts, Good understanding of the issues. Engages directly
with the question. Identification and very good understanding of issues in the assessment.
Evidence of reading a good range of educational literature
Reasonable presentation, completely structured, acceptable grammar and spelling.
Generally sound understanding of basic theory and concepts. Content relevant to the question/task.
Competently deals with main issues. Detailed identification of the issues with evidence of clear
understanding of the issues.
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51-60 Excellent use of analytical skills and reflective practice demonstrating personal learning.
Excellent knowledge and understanding of principles and concepts.
Evidence of reading an excellent range of educational literature.
Appropriate referencing and bibliography
Good presentation, competently structured, using correct grammar and spelling.
Task 3
Pseudocode
and
Flowchart
0-5
No real attempt to address the assignment brief or learning
outcomes No evidence of knowledge of key principles, classes
and objects Insufficient/no use of analytical skills and reflective
practice.
Weak presentation and structure, grammar and spelling, links to supporting evidence
Little evidence of attempts to engage with module materials and learning
outcomes Little knowledge of key principles and concepts
6-10
Adequate knowledge of key principles and concepts
Some evidence of understanding of basic concepts/issues.
Detailed response to all relevant parts of the question with evidence of clear understanding of the issues.
11-18
Good knowledge or key principles and concepts, Good understanding of the issues. Engages directly with the question.
Identification and very good understanding of issues in the assessment.
Evidence of reading a good range of educational literature
Reasonable presentation, completely structured, acceptable grammar and spelling.
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Generally sound understanding of basic theory and concepts. Content relevant to the question/task. Competently deals with
main issues. Detailed identification of the issues with evidence of clear understanding of the issues.
19-25
Excellent use of analytical skills and reflective practice demonstrating personal learning.
Excellent knowledge and understanding of principles and concepts.
Evidence of reading an excellent range of educational literature.
Appropriate referencing and bibliography
Good presentation, competently structured, using correct grammar and spelling.
26-30

No evidence of application of theory in practice
Content broadly relevant but with limited or little application of theory into practice
Adequate evidence of the application of theory in
practice of theory
Good knowledge of the application of theory in practice
Well-structured with evidence of independent application of reading into practice with supporting the argument.
Outstanding use of analytical skills and reflective practice demonstrating personal learning.
Outstanding knowledge and depth of understanding of principles and concepts and /or outstanding application of theory in
practice Evidence of reading into practice through outstanding range of educational literature.
Excellent presentation, logically structured, using correct grammar and spelling.
Remarks:
Total Marks
Penalty
Final Marks
Name of Instructor: ____________________ Signature with date: _______________________

 
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