Today’s society is different to the one that existed not so many years ago. Our society is constantly changing. The most important characteristics of our era may be the transformation, transmission and dominion of information. We live in an information society where the leading role has been given to new technologies, especially those devoted to information. Our society could not be imagined without new technologies and their role both in this society and in human life in general.

Information technology had a great impact in all aspects of life and the global economy is currently undergoing fundamental transformation. Information technology has very real impact in most of industries and in all aspects of economy, while businesses and enterprises continue to undergo considerable changes. Usage of these technologies is revolutionizing the rules of business, resulting in structural transformation of enterprises. Modern businesses are not possible without help of information technology.

The Computer Science program has adopted the following educational program objectives.

  • 1 Apply the basic principles and practices of computing grounded in mathematics and applied sciences to successfully undertake real time projects to meet customers business requirements and needs of the society.

  • 2 Establish foundation for advanced studies and prepare students with fundamental knowledge to cope up with rapidly changing computing and networking technologies.

  • 3 Work productively as software engineers, communicate effectively and exhibit leadership roles in multidisciplinary project teams.

  • 4 Impart education necessary to understand the impact and role of computing in global, economic, environmental and societal context, thus creating enthusiastic citizens with understanding of constitutional, professional and ethical responsibilities.

  • 5 To create an awareness of lifelong learning and involvement in research and development activities.


Semester I

Semester II


Mathematics- 2


Material Science


Environment Science

Basics Civil and Mechanical Engineering

Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Engineering Mechanics


Communicative English

Computer Programming

Practical Lab

Practical Lab



Semester III

Semester IV



Data Structure with C

Analysis and Design of Algorithms

Logic Design

Graph Theory and Combinatory

Unix and Shell Programming

Object-Oriented Programming with C++

Discrete Mathematical Structure


Practical lab

Computer Organization

Electronics Circuits

Practical Lab




Semester V

Semester VI

Software Engineering

Computer Networks 2

Operating System

Database Applications

System Software

File Structure

Computer Networks 1

Information System

Database Management System

Elective 1

Formal Languages and Automata Theory

Management and Entrepreneurship

Practical Lab

Practical Lab




Semester VII

Semester VIII

Object-Oriented Modeling and Design

Software Testing

Programming the web

Mobile Computing

Software Architectures

System Modeling and Simulation

Data Mining

Elective 3

Elective Subject 2

Elective 4

Practical Lab

Practical Lab

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