Eligibility for Admission : Bachelor degree with a minimum of 60% of marks excluding language(s) in any discipline with mathematics or statistics for two semesters10+2+3 years pattern.
The MCA programme offered by the University is based on modular structure and their academic requirements are spelt out as a number of subject credits.Programs are structured in such a way that a student will be able to finish the programme in a stipulated number of semesters.
|Stipulated number of semesters||: 6|
|Permitted number of semesters||: 9|
M.Sc ( Networking Technology)
Eligibility for Admission : BCA,B.Sc (IT/Maths) with a minimum of 60% of marks.
The MSc programme offered by the University is based on modular structure and their academic requirements are spelt out as a number of subject credits.
|Minimum number of credits for completion||: 100|
|Department Core||: 50|
|Full-Semester (Major) Project during VI Semester||: 24|
Programs are structured in such a way that a student will be able to finish the programme in a stipulated number of semesters.
|Stipulated number of semesters||: 4|
|Permitted number of semesters||: 6|
(The permitted number of Semesters can be increased case by case by the Academic Council based on the recommendations of the Board of Studies)
Subjects and Credits :
• The departments in their areas of expertise offer subjects. The nature of subject, syllabus and the credit are reviewed and updated periodically by the department Curriculum Development Cells and recommended to the Board of Studies and Academic Council for approval. The feed back from the Alumni and campus interviews are sought for this purpose.
• With due approval of the University authorities, external faculty / agency / industry are also permitted to offer subjects. The common Curriculum development cell shall review the subject content and assign appropriate credits and recommend the same to the Board of studies and Academic council for approval.
• Each subject is listed under the appropriate department and codified three alphabets identifying the department followed by 3 numbers, the first one indicating the level and the 2nd and 3rd digit giving the subject number.
• The subjects are graded into 3 levels depending on the standard. Preliminary / Basic / Introductory subjects are classified as level-1. All the advanced subjects are classified as level-3. Rest of the subjects are graded as level-2 .
• Each subject shall carry a credit rating relating to the weekly workload for the semester. One credit is assigned to one hour of lecture per week or one hour of tutorial per week or 1.5 continuous hours of academic work per week in Laborator.