IGNOU MCS-024 Solved Assignments, Study Material, Question Papers

IGNOU MCS-024 course name is Object Oriented Technology and Java Programming.

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IGNOU MCS-024 Gyankosh Study Material

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Block/Unit Title
Block 1 Object Oriented Technology and Java (4 units)
Unit 1 Object Oriented Methodology-I
Unit 2 Object Oriented Methodology-II
Unit 3 Java Language Basics
Unit 4 Expressions, Statements and Arrays
Block 2 Object Oriented Concepts and Exceptions Handling (4 units)
Unit 1 Class and Objects
Unit 2 Inheritance and Polymorphism
Unit 3 Packages and Interfaces
Unit 4 Exceptions Handling
Block 3 Multithreading,I/O and String Handling (4 units)
Unit 1 Multithreaded Programming
Unit 2 I/O In Java
Unit 3 Strings and Characters
Unit 4 Exploring Java I/O
Block 4 Applets Programming and Advanced Java Concepts (4 units)
Unit 1 Applets
Unit 2 Graphics and User Interfaces
Unit 3 Networking Features
Unit 4 Advance Java

IGNOU MCS-024 Previous Years Question Papers

In order to succeed at giving the term end examination for MCS-024 course, it is very important for the students to go through previous years question paper to know more about the topic "Object Oriented Technology and Java Programming" and understand the type and pattern of questions that usually come up in the exams.

We would advise you to go through at least last couple years of question papers.

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IGNOU Programs with MCS-024

Following is the list of all IGNOU programs and their respective semesters & credits that have MCS-024 course.

Program Semester Credits
MCA - Master of Computer Applications Semester 2 3 credits
BCA - Bachelor of Computer Applications Semester 4 3 credits