B.SC. (IT)

B.SC. (IT) 2018-05-17T15:55:12+00:00
About the Course:

The B.Sc. (IT) department conducts regular seminars by inviting expert professionals for the benefit of students.

Eligibility:

XII or equivalent examination, with Mathematics & Statistics subject, securing a minimum of 45% aggregate (in case of an applicant from Open Category) and 40% in case of a candidate from Reserved Category or, has passed Diploma in any Engineering branch of two or three years after SSC, conducted by the Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education.

The candidate should have passed in one and the same sitting.

Course Structure:

The course shall be a full time course. The duration of the course shall be of six semesters spread over three years.

FIRST YEAR B.SC. (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
1.1 Communication Skill (CS) 2.1 Object Oriented Programme (OOPS)
1.2 Discrete Maths – I (DM) 2.2 Microprocessor Architecture (Micro.
1.3 Digital Electronics (DE) 2.3 Web Programming (WP)
1.4 Operating System (OS) 2.4 Numerical & Statistical Method (Maths)
1.5 Imperative Programming with C (IP) 2.5 Green Computing (GC)

SECOND YEAR B.SC. (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)
THIRD SEMESTER FOURTH SEMESTER
3.1 Applied Maths (AM) 4.1 Computer Graphics & Animation
3.2 Data Structure (DS) 4.2 Computer Oriented Statistics
3.3 Computer Network (CN) 4.3 JAVA
3.4 Database Management System (DBMS) 4.4 Embedded Systems
3.5 Python Programming (PP) 4.5 Software Engineering

THIRD YEAR B. B.SC. (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)
FIFTH SEMESTER SIXTH SEMESTER
5.1 Software Testing (ST) 6.1 Internet Technology (IT)
5.2 Network Security (NS) 6.2 Geographical Information System (GIS)
5.3 Asp. Net with C# (C#) 6.3 Data Warehousing (DW)
5.4 Advanced JAVA (AJ) 6.4 Project Management (PM)
5.5 Linux Administration (LA)
Scheme of Examination:

The course will have six semesters conducted on the revised pattern using Credit Based Semester System and Grading pattern. All examinations will be conducted by the UniversityOf Mumbai.

Each subject in all semesters will be evaluated for 150 marks which are bifurcated as 75 marks written examination 25 marks internal evaluation and 50 marks practical examination in which minimum of 30 marks in external, 10 marks in internal & 20 marks in practical exam are required to pass a subject.

Industrial Visit:

2011 – 12 Bengaluru
2012 – 13 Pune
2013 – 14 Jodhpur & Jaisalmer
2014 – 15 Agra & Nainital
2015-16 Chandigarh –Simla
2016-17 Delhi- Haridwar- Rishikesh- Dehradun- Mussoorie