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Syllabus


B.Sc. (Computer Science)

A) F.Y.B.Sc. (CS)

  • Subject 1 (Computer Science)
    Paper 1 : Introduction to computers, data processing & Networking
    Paper 2 : Introduction to Programming & Programming in ‘C’
    Paper 3 : Laboratory course based on paper I & II (Internal)
  • Subject 2 ( Eletronics )
    Paper 1 : Linear Electronics
    Paper 2 : Digital Eletronics
    Paper 3 : Laboratory Course ( Internal )
  • Subject 3 ( Mathematics )
    Paper 1 : Discrete Mathematics
    Paper 2 : Algebra & Numerical Methods
    Paper 3 : Geometry & Calculus
  • Subject 4 ( Statistics )
    Paper 1 : Statistical Methods –I
    Paper 2 : Statistical Methods – II
    Paper 3 : Laboratory Course ( Internal )

F.Y.B.Sc.(Computer Science) - Standard of Passing

  • Standard of passing for F.Y.B.Sc. ( Computer Science ) course is 40% marks in each paper.
  • Each theory and Practical examination is a separate head of passing.
  • As for as ATKT is concerned a student who fails in three(3) theory and one (1) practical head or four(4) theory papers or F.Y.B.Sc. May be admitted to S.Y.B.Sc. (Computer Science)
  • There is yearly examination for F.Y.B.Sc. Each paper consist 80 marks for University written exam & 20 mark for internal assessment.

B) S.Y.B.Sc.

  • Subject 1 ( Computer Science )
    SEMESTER -1
    Paper 1 : Data Structures, image processing & related algorithms in ‘C’
    Paper2 : File Structure & database concepts 1

    SEMESTER -II

    Paper 1 : Object oriented concepts & programming in C++
    Paper2 : File Structures & database concept -2
    Paper3 : Laboratory Course based on Sem – 1 & Sem-2 ( External )
  • Subject 2 (Electronics)
    SEMESTER –I
    Paper 1 : Computer Organization
    Paper 2 : Process Control Instrumentation

    SEMESTER -II
    Paper 1 : Microprocessors
    Paper 2 : Communication Principles
    Paper 3 : Laboratory Course based on Sem-1&Sem-2 ( External)
  • Subject 3 (Mathematics)
    SEMESTER –I
    Paper 1 : Linear algebra
    Paper 2 : Algebra

    SEMESTER –II
    Paper 1 : Computational geometry
    Paper 2 : Operations Research
    Paper 3 : Laboratory Course ( External )
  • Subject 4 (English)
    Sem - 1 English
    Sem - 2 English

S.Y.B.Sc. (Computer Science) - Standard of Passing

  • Standard of Passing for F.Y.B.Sc. ( Computer Sci.) Course 40% marks in each paper.
  • There are two semester in S.Y.B.Sc.(Sem.I &SemII) Each & Practical examination is a separate head of passing.
  • As for as ATKT is concerned a student who fails in six (6) subject including both semesters & practical may be admitted to T.Y.B.Sc.
  • Every theory paper contains 80 marks external & 20 marks of internal exam (total 100 marks) out of which 40 marks external and 10 marks internal is for 1st &2nd Semester respectively.
  • Every lab course contain 80 marks external & 20 marks internal exam. ( total 100 marks) which will be conducted at the end of academic year.

C) T.Y. B.Sc. (C.S.)

  • SEMESTER –I
    Paper 1 : System Programming I
    Paper 2 : Theoretical Computer Science & Compiler Construction I
    Paper 3 : Computer Network & Network Administration I
    Paper4 : Server database & Application development.
    Paper5 : JAVA –I
    Paper 6: Software Engineering - I
  • SEMESTER –II
    Paper 1 : System Programming-II
    Paper 2 : Theoretical Computer Science & Compiler Construction –II
    Paper 3 : Computer Network & Network Administration II
    Paper 4 : Server database & Application development.
    Paper 5 : JAVA –II
    Paper 6 : Software Engineering -II
    Paper 7 : Laboratory Course – I ( External )
    Paper 8 : Laboratory Course – II ( External )
    Paper 9 : Laboratory Course – III ( External )

T.Y.B.Sc. (Computer Science) - Standard of Passing

  • Every theory paper contains 80 marks external & 20 marks internal exam ( total 100 mark ) out of 40 marks external and 10 marks internal is for 3rd & 4th semester respectively.
  • Every lab course contain 80 marks external & 20 marks internal exam (total 100 mark) which will be conducted at the end of academic year.
  • In theory paper in each semester student must get 16 marks out of 40.

B.Com

F.Y.B.Com.

  • Compulsory Group :
    1. Functional English.
    2. Financial Accounting.
    3. Business Economics.
    4. Mathematics & Statistics
    OR
    4.Computer Concept & Programming.
  • Optional Group :
    (Any One of the Following)
    A) Office Management
    B) Banking & Finance.
    C) Commercial Geography.
    D) Defense Budgeting
    E) Co-Operation.
    F) Managerial Economics.
  • Optional Group :
    A) Essentials of E-commerce
    B) Insurance & Transport.
    C) Marketing & Salesmanship
    D) Consumer Protection & Business Ethics.
    E) Business Environment & Entrepreneurship
  • MIL / MEL / AIL
    A) Marathi
    B) Hindi
    C) Additional English

S.Y.C.Com.

  • Compulsory Group :
    1. Business Communication.
    2. Corporate Accounting.
    3. Business Economics.
    4. Business Management.
    5. Corporate Law.
  • Special Subject Paper I
    (Any one of the following)
    a) Business & Finance.
    b) Banking & Finance.
    c) Business Law & Practices.
    d) Co-operation & Rural Development.
    e) Cost & Work Accounting.
    f) Business Statistics.
    g) Business Entrepreneurship.
    h) Marketing Management
    i) Agricultural & Industrial Economics.
    j) Defense Budgeting finance & Management.
    k) Insurance, Transport & Tourism.
    l) Computer Application-I

T.Y.B.Com.

  • Compulsory Group :
    1. Business Regulatory Framework (M.Law)
    2. Advance Accounting.
    3. Indian & Global Economics Development
    OR
    International Economics.
    4. Auditing & Taxation.
  • Optional Group (any one of the following)
    A) Business Administration.
    B) Banking & Finance.
    C) Business Law & Practices.
    D) Co-operation & Rural Development.
    E) Cost & Work Accounting.
    F) Business Statistics.
    G) Business Entrepreneurship.
    H) Marketing Management
    I) Agricultural & Industrial Economics.
    J) Defense Budgeting finance & Management.
    K) Insurance, Transport & Tourism.
    L) Computer Application-I

For B.Com. Course

  • Students of passing for all three year of B.Com. Course is 40% marks in each paper
  • Each theory Practical examination is a separate head of passing.
  • As for as ATKT is concerned a student who fails in two(2) theory paper and one(1) practical head of passing at F.Y.B.Com. / S.Y.B.Com. May be admitted to S.Y.B.Com. / T.Y.B.Com.

B.B.A.

  • Semester - I
    101 Business Orgnisation and Systems
    102 Business Economics
    103 Basic Business Mathematics
    104 Business Environment
    105 Financial Accounting
    106 Computer Fundamentals and Data Base Management
  • Semester - II
    201 Management Theory and Practice
    202 Business Economics
    203 Basic Business Statistics
    204 Cost Accounting
    205 Communication Skills
    206 Marketing Management
  • Semester - III
    301 Indian Economy
    302 Management information system
    303 Management Accounting
    304 Human Resource Management and Organisational Behavior
    305 Income Tax
    306 Research Methodology
  • Semester - IV
    401 Financial Management
    402 Information Technology Management
    403 Indirect Taxes
    404 Services Management
    405 Production and Operation Management
    406 Industry Exposure
  • Semester - V
    501 Entrepreneurship & small Business Management
    502 Business Law
    503 International Business and New Trends
    504 Personality Development.
    505 Specialisation I
    506 Specialisation II
  • Semester - VI
    601 Industrial Relation and Labour Laws
    602 Agri Business Management.
    603 Purchasing and Materials Management.
    604 Business Ethics
    605 Specialsation I
    606 Specialsation II

B.C.A.

PART – I

  • Semester – I
    101 Business Communication
    102 Principles of Management.
    103 Numerical Methods.
    104 Computer Fundamentals
    105 Business Organisation and Systems
    106 Practicals
  • Semester – II
    207 Organisational Behaviour
    208 Programming Principles and Algorithms
    209 Elements of Statistics
    210 Office Automation
    211 Business Environment
    212 Practicals.

Part -II

  • Semester – III
    313 Computer Accounting with tally
    314 Networking
    315 C Programming
    316 DBMS and RDBMS
    317 Management Information Systems.
    318 Practicals
  • Semester – IV
    419 Visual Basic
    420 Computer Architecture and organisation
    421 Organisational Behaviour
    422 Operating Systems
    423 Elements of Object oriented programming with C++
    424 Practicals

Part -III

  • Semester – V
    525 Internet Technologies and web Design
    526 Oracle
    527 Entrepreneurship and venture Management
    528 E-commerce Application
    529 Services Management
    530 Practicals.
  • Semester – VI
    631 Cyber Laws
    632 Software Engineering
    633 JAVA
    634 Software Project Management
    635 Project
    636 Project

M.Sc. (Computer Science)

Course Structure

The entire course is of Two years and Four semester course. For three semesters there will be four theory courses and one lab course. The last semester will have, Industrial training/institutional project. The semester-II and semester-III are one theory course each from semester-II and Semester-III are departmental elective courses.

Each theory paper is evaluated for 80 marks externally and for 20 marks internally except departmental theory courses which are internally evaluated for 100 marks.

The labcourse is divided into project work and assignments, and the break up is given below for each lab.course.

The Industrial Project will be graded. The grades are A+, A,B+ C+, C and D. D grade indicates failure.

Eligibility for M.Sc. (Computer Science)

Bachelor of Computer Science with 50% marks OR / B.Sc. ( Computer Science ) with 50% marks OR / A Bachelor of Engineering with 50% marks.

  • Semester – I
    CS-101 Principles of Programming Languages
    CS-102 Object Oriented Software Engineering
    CS-103 Advanced Database concepts/Distributed Database
    CS-104 Design and Analysis of algorithms
    CS-105 General Lab IA ( Single project involving Analysis, design & implementation ) – 50 marks )
  • Semester – II
    CS 201 Advance Networking
    CS 202 UNIX Internals
    CS 203 Software Architecture
    CS 204 Elective –I
    DE 201 Emerging Technology ( Asp.Net, XML, web services Python, Bio Informatics, GIS etc )
    DE 202 Advanced Java
    DE 203 Advanced Intelligence
    DE 204 Artificial Intelligence
    DE 205 Software Testing Tools & Methodologies
    DE 206 Multimedia Databases
    DE 207 Image Processing
    CS 205 General Lab-II A Project (Enhancements, testing and deployment of project of semester –I Test plans should be documented and executed.)-50 marks ( 25+25)
  • Semester – III
    CS 301 Software Metrics & Projects Management
    CS 302 Mobile Computing
    CS 303 Information systems Security.
    CS 304 Elective II
    CS 305 DE 301 Data Mining & Data Warehousing
    DE 302 Soft Computing ( Fuzzy & Neural computing )
    DE 303 Modeling & Simulation
    DE 304 Information coding Techniques
    DE 305 Embedded Programming
    DE 306 Advanced Operating System,
    CS 306 General Lab III A (Project) – 50 marks
    General Lab III B Lab assignments based on CS-301 and CS-302, CS 303. (20+15+15 marks)
  • Semester IV
    CS 400 Industrial Project Training
    OR
    Institutional Project Training

 

 
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