Computer Science PostGraduate

Eligibility


A candidate, who has passed the three year B.Sc Examination of any recognized University or equivalent thereto with Computer Science as one of the core subjects, shall be eligible for admission to M.Sc Computer Science Course.

a) A General merit candidate should have secured at least 50% marks in aggregate and 55% in the Computer Science subjects in the degree course. For candidates belonging to SC/ST/BT and OBC, it is relaxed to 45% both in aggregate marks and marks secured in Computer science.

b)Completed 20 years of age at the time of admission or will complete this age on or before 31st December of the year of admission.

Duration of the Course


The course of study of P.G. Degree shall extend over a period of two academic years, each year comprising two semesters, each semester comprising sixteen weeks of class work. The terms and vacations shall be as notified by the college from time to time.

Medium of Instruction


The medium of instruction and Examination shall be English only.

Attendance


Each semester shall be taken as a unit for the purpose of calculating attendance. A student shall be considered to have satisfied the requirement of attendance for the semester, if he/she has attended not less than 75% of the number of classes in theory and practicals separately, in each of the subjects. A student who fails to satisfy the above conditions shall not be allowed to take the End Semester Examinations. Marks for attendance under CIA [Continuous Internal Assessment] will be awarded in proportion to the attendance over 75%.

End Semester Examination


Notification for the End Semester Examination will be issued 30 days before the commencement of the examination.Students are required to pay the prescribed fee and submit the application form at the office of the Controller of Examinations (COE) within the dates notified.Students, who do not pay the prescribed end semester examination fee for any semester, shall repeat the semester.A student who has failed in a subject can attempt the same 3 times.Practical examination will be conducted before the commencement of the theory examination.

Results


Provisional Results of each semester will be announced within thirty days after the completion of the examinations.Semester Marks Cards will be issued within 8 days of the announcement of results. Request for Re-valuation should be made within 7 days from the date of issue of the marks card along with the fee notified by the Controller of Examinations.Failed candidates should appear for arrears as follows:Odd Semester —— Next Odd SemesterEven Semester —— Next Even SemesterStudents who have cleared a minimum of 4 papers of I & II semester together shall be eligible for III Semester.

Process of Assessment


Examinations are conducted with utmost care in the college. The College conducts two centralized tests in a semester for 30 marks in each subject. The end semester examination is conducted for 70 marks in each subject. Practical examinations are conducted for 70 marks. 30 marks are allotted for internal assessment which takes into consideration marks obtained at the tests, practical tests, attendance and assignments. One minor project and two seminars are valued for 50 marks each. The internal assessment is calculated on the basis of the following points:Attendance – 5 MarksAssignments- 5 MarksTwo Internal assessment tests – (10+10) = 20 MarksTotal – 30 marksThe Institution monitors student progression by continuous evaluation of performance and attendance. The faculty guides students to ensure their progress at each stage.The Internal Assessment marks must be displayed in the Department Notice Board and a copy of the same should be sent to Controller of Examinations, at least one week before the commencement of the End Semester Examination.The attendance of the students is strictly monitored. The attendance status is announced at the end of every month. Parents of students having a shortage of attendance are informed by the class teachers. Students who do not have a minimum of 75% of attendance are not permitted to take the final examination.There shall be a double valuation by Internal and External teachers. Average marks of both valuers should be taken as the marks secured for each paper. If the difference between the two valuers exceeds 15% of the maximum marks of the paper, there shall be a third valuation by a Board. Board should comprise of the Chairperson of the Department, Paper setter and an external member. Marks awarded by the Board shall be final.

 


Details of the Course of Post-Graduate Studies in Computer Science

SEMESTER I

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Course Title of the Paper
C1 Object Oriented Analysis and Design with patterns
C2 Design and Analysis of Algorithms
C3 Database Management Systems
C4 Software Development Process
C5 Statistics for Software Development
L1 Design Lab
L2 DBMS Lab
S1 Complementary skills for Software Professionals

 

 

 

SEMESTER II

Course Title of the Paper
C6 Software Architecture
C7 Data Mining
C8 Enterprise Application Development
C9 Operating Systems and Network Programming
C10 Elective 1 (one of the following)
Cryptography and Security
Artificial Intelligence
Advanced Computer Networks
L3 Enterprise Application and Data mining Lab
L4 Network Programming Lab
S2 Complementary skills for Software Professionals

 

 

 

SEMESTER III

Course Title of the Paper
C11 Applied Data Analytics
C12 Web Application Development with Android
C13 Elective 2 (one of the following)
Machine Learning
Embedded Systems
User Interface Design
C14 Elective 3 (one of the following)
High Performance Computing and Cloud Computing
Compiler Design
Performance Modeling
Social Networks
L5 Android and User Interface Lab
L6 Lab for Elective
S3 Complementary skills for Software Professionals
OE Open Elective

 

 

 

SEMESTER IV

Course Title of the Paper
C15 Big Data Analytics
L7 Big data Practical
P1 Project work
S4 Complementary skills for Software Professionals