UNIT-I Introduction : Purpose of the data base system, data abstraction, data model, data independence, data definition language, data manipulation language, data base administrator, data base users, overall structure. ER Model : entities, mapping constrains, keys, E-R diagram, reduction E-R diagrams to tables, generatio, aggregation, design of an E-R database scheme. UNIT-II Relational Model : The catalog, base tables and views. Relational Data Objects - Domains and Relations: Domains, relations, kinds of relations, relations and predicates, relational databases. Relational Data Integrity - Candidate keys and related matters: Candidate keys. Primary and alternate keys. Foreign keys, foreign key rules, nulls. Candidate keys and nulls, foreign key and nulls. UNIT-III The SQL Language: Data definition, retrieval and update operations. Table expressionsconditional expressions, embedded SQL. Views: Introduction, what are views for, data definition, data manipulation, SQL support. UNIT-IV Network model : basic concepts, data structure diagrams, DBTG CODASYL model, DBTG data retrival facility, DBTG update facility, DBTG set processing facility, mapping networks to file, networks system. Hierarchical model : basic concepts, tree structure diagrams, data retrieval facility, update facility, virtual records, maping hierarchical to files, hierarchical system. UNIT-V File and system structure : overall system structure, file organisation, logical and physical file organization, sequential and random, hierarchical, inverted, nullist, indexing and hashing, B-tree index files. Recommended Books:- 1. Date C.J., Database Systems, Addision Wesley. 2. Korth, Database Systems Concepts, McGraw Hill.