Computer science as a discipline has evolved over the years and has emerged as a driving force of our socio-economic activities. It has made continuous inroads into diverse areas - be it business, commerce, science, technology, sports, health, transportation or education.
With the advent of computer and communication technologies, there has been a paradigm shift in teaching-learning at the school level. The role and relevance of this discipline is in focus because the expectations from the school pass-outs have grown to be able to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Today, we are living in an interconnected world where computer-based applications influence the way we learn, communicate, commute or even socialise.
This book has 13 chapters covering the following broader themes: Data Structure, Database, Programming, Network and Communication, Security Aspects.