DU SOL B.Com Programme 3rd Year E-Commerce Notes Study Material

Delhi University DU SOL B.Com 3rd Year E-Commerce Notes & Study Material

DU SOL B.Com Programme 3rd Year E-Commerce Syllabus

Chapter 1 Introduction to E-Commerce:
Meaning of E-Commerce and its Nature; Advantages of E-commerce, Categories of E-Commerce.

Chapter 2 Planning Online Business:
Nature and Dynamics of the Internet; Differences between Pure Online and Brick and Click Business; Requirements for E-commerce designing; Tools for Promoting Websites; Product and Service Digitisation; Remote Servicing and Procurement; On-Line Marketing and Advertisement with reference to E-Commerce; E-Commerce resource and Infrastructure.

Chapter 3 Technology for Online Business:
E-Commerce as part of the Internet and IT Infrastructure; Middleware; Text and Integrating E-business Applications.

Chapter 4 Mechanism of making Payment through Internet:
Special Features Required in Payment systems for E-commerce; Types of E-Payment Systems; Business issues and Economic Implications; Components of an Effective Electronic Payment system.

Chapter 5 Laws relating to Online Transactions:
Cyber Laws and its Aims and Salient Provisions; Cyber Laws in India; Taxation issues in Electronic Commerce.

Chapter 6 Applications in E-Commerce:
E-commerce applications in manufacturing, wholesale, retail and service sectors.

Chapter 7 Security in E-Commerce:
Security risks of E-commerce; Types of threats and sources of threats; Risk Management approach; E-commerce security and Rational security policy for E-commerce.

Chapter 8 Website Design:
Role of Website in B2C E-commerce; Website Strategies and Website Design Principles; Push and Pull Technologies; Alternative methods of customer communication.

Chapter 9 Multimedia and E-Commerce:
Concept and Role of Multimedia; Various Media elements used in Multimedia Technologies; Meaning of Digital Video; Desktop Video Conferencing and Marketing; Various Broadband networks and related concepts: ISDN, ATM,
Cell relay.

Chapter 10 Internet Protocols:
Layers and Networking; OSI Layering and TCP Layering; Meaning of TCP, UDP, IP, SLIP and PPP Protocols; Emerging Scenario in ISP and internet work.

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