Data Structures using C Papers is a computer application paper that makes use of programming languages like C and C++ to create data structures. It starts with analysis of algorithm and goes on to cover elementary principles of C and basic data structures including dynamics of arrays and link representation. Stacks and queues formed by abstract data types, trees and graphs are also taught extensively. The methods of searching and sorting and file structures and complexities take up a crucial part of the syllabus. A little detail into the main syllabus reveal that the elementary topics assemble all the facets of structure operations, data organization, array as parameters and matrices, prefix and postfix expressions, binary trees, sequential searching, hashing, collision resolution strategies, insertion and internal sorting and complexity of search algorithms. The terminologies, definitions, case studies, numerical explorations and comparisons are the key instruments used in explaining the concepts and programs to the apprentices.