Monthly Archives: February 2013

KDE MEETUP-2013 Held at DAIICT Gandhinagar on 23rd & 24th Feb

KDE (K Desktop Enviroment) Was born in 2nd December 2005 in India. And on August 4, 2009 KDE Community Announces The Release of KDE 4.3.0



The KDE Community today announces the immediate availability of “Caizen”, (a.k.a KDE 4.3), bringing many improvements to the user experience and development platform. KDE 4.3 continues to refine the unique features brought in previous releases while bringing new innovations. With the 4.2 release aimed at the majority of end users, KDE 4.3 offers a more stable and complete product for the home and small office.

The KDE community has fixed over 10,000 bugs and implemented almost 2,000 feature requests in the last 6 months. Close to 63,000 changes were checked in by a little under 700 contributors. Read on for an overview of the changes in the KDE 4.3 Desktop Workspace, Application Suites and the KDE 4.3 Development Platform.

Desktop Improves Performance And Usability


The KDE Desktop Workspace provides a powerful and complete desktop experience that features excellent integration with Linux and UNIX operating systems. The key components that make up the KDE Desktop Workspace include:

  • KWin, a powerful window manager that provides modern 3D graphical effects
  • The Plasma Desktop Shell, a cutting-edge desktop and panels system that features productivity enhancements and online integration through customizable widgets
  • Dolphin, a user-friendly, network- and content-aware file manager
  • KRunner, a search and launch system for running commands and finding useful information
  • easy access to desktop and system controls through SystemSettings.



Qt is a GUI software toolkit which simplifies the task of writing and maintaining GUI (Graphical User Interface) applications for the X Window System. Qt is written in C++ and is fully object-oriented. This package contains the shared library needed to run qt applications, as well as the README files for qt.


Qt toolkit was initially developed by Trolltech, a Norwegian software company. In 2008 the company was acquired by Nokia. The company was renamed to Qt Development Frameworks. In August 2012 a Finnish development company Digia acquired Qt software technologies from Nokia. Meanwhile a Qt Project was created in which the development of open source Qt continues. The website for the open source Qt toolkit can be found at


Qt is a cross-platform application development framework. Some of the well known applications developed with Qt are KDE, Opera, Google Earth, Skype, VLC, Maya or Mathematica. Qt was first publicly released on May 1995. It is dual licensed. It can be used for creating open source applications as well as commercial ones. Qt toolkit is a very powerful toolkit. It is well established in the open source community. Thousands of open source developers use Qt all over the world.

QT installation Video



Plasma Workspaces is the umbrella term for all graphical environments provided by KDE. Plasma separates components into “data engines” and their visualization counterparts. This is intended to reduce the total programming effort when there are multiple possible visualizations of given data; and to make it easier for the data engine and the workspaces to be written independently. Currently there are three workspaces being developed: Plasma Desktop for traditional desktop PCs and notebooks, Plasma Netbook for netbooks, and Plasma Active for tablet PCs and similar devices.




Plasma Desktop is the first workspace that was developed by KDE. It was declared mature with the release of KDE SC 4.2. It is designed for desktop PCs and bigger laptops. In its default configuration it resembles K Desktop Environment 3 and Microsoft Windows XP but extensive configurability allows radical departures from the default layout.[6]

Its technology is a fundamental rewrite of several desktop interaction programs included in previous KDE desktop environments for Unix-like systems, focusing on eye candy and special graphical effects. The Desktop Workspace replaces the previous KDesktop shell, Kicker taskbar and SuperKaramba widget engine used in the K Desktop Environment 3 series with a unified system of widgets that can be configured and replaced with alternative designs.


                                                                          KDE Plasma Netbook newspaper view

Plasma Netbook is the second workspace. It aims at netbooks and may also be used on tablet PCs. The first stable release shipped with KDE



BCA Syllabus for the Student

BCA Syllabus Sem – 5

Invoke 2013 Season 3

Official Video Invoke 2013 Season 3

BCA Sem – 6 Question Paper







BCA Sem – 5 Question Paper








BCA Sem – 4 Question Paper

Computer Graphic







BCA Sem – 3 Question Paper

Visual Basic

VB 2012


PHP 2011

PHP 2012


C++ 2011

C++ 2012

Sad & Access


Access – 2012


BCA Sem – 2 Question Paper




Maths2012(Non CBSC)

Computer Organization Architecture

COA 2011

COA 2012

Advanced C &Data Structure

Adv.C & Data Stru.2011

Adv.C & Data Stru.2012

BCA Sem – 1 Question Paper

Computer Fundamental 

C F – 2011 ,   

C F – 2010,    

  C F – 2010 Dec.

Communication Skill

C S – 2010

C S – 2011C S

C S – 2010 Dec.,


Internet 2010 . Dec

Internet – 2010 Dec.

Internet . 2011

Programming In C

Prog. C 2010

Prog. C 2011

Prog. C 2010.Dec.