Courses

The college is affiliated to Punjabi University and is running successfully various courses like M.Sc.(I.T.), M.Sc.(BioTech), PGDCA, PGDJMC, B.Sc.(Non Medical), B.Sc.(Biotechnology), B.Sc.(Computer Application), B Com (Professional), B.C.A., B.B.A., B.A. and various add on courses.

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Computer is a degree with endless possibilities. Today, computers are used in almost every aspect of our lives: in car engines, microwave ovens, video games, watches, telephones, desktops at home and work, mainframe computers in government and industry, and supercomputers expanding the frontiers of science and technology. The computer industry is one of the fastest growing segments of our economy and that growth promises to continue well into the next century,

To maintain a competitive edge, industry and commerce must continue to make creative scientific and engineering advances as well as produce high quality products. More than ever, there is a demand for a prepared work force with the scientific and technical training necessary to perform effectively on the job. Now is the time to plan yourfuture in computing

Computing professionals might find themselves in a variety of environments in academia, research, industry, government, private and business organizations -- analyzing problems for solutions, formulating and testing, using advanced communications or multi-media equipment, or working in teams for product development. Here's a short list of research and vocational areas in computing.

  • Artificial Intelligence -- Develop computers that simulate human learning and reasoning ability.
  • Computer Design and Engineering -- Design new computer circuits, microchips, and other electronic components.
  • Computer Architecture -- Design new computer instruction sets, and combine electronic or optical components to provide powerful but cost-effective computing.
  • Information Technology -- Develop and manage information systems that support a business or organization.
  • Software Engineering -- Develop methods for the production of software systems on time, within budget, and with few or no defects.
  • Computer Theory -- Investigate the fundamental theories of how computers solve problems, and apply the results to other areas of computer science.
  • Operating Systems and Networks -- Develop the basic software computers use supervise themselves or to communicate with other computers.
  • Software Application—Apply computing and technology to solving problems outside the computer field –in education or medicine, for example.

Eligibility for Admission:
BCA with 50% marks or PGDCA with 50% marks ( with 3-years graduation) or 3-years graduation degree with one of the following major elective subject in each year: Computer Sciences / Information Technology / Computer Application or any Equivalent subject

 

M.Sc. (IT) – I year (Semester I and II)

Theory Lectures per Week

Univ. Exam Marks

Int. Ass. Marks

Ist Year.. Semester-I

MS-111 Introduction to Information Technology

5

80

20

MS-112 Computer Programming using C

5

80

20

MS-113 Computer Organization & Architecture

5

80

20

MS-114 Mathematical Foundation of Computer Science

5

80

20

MS-115 Operating Systems

5

80

20

MS-116 Programming Lab-I

8

80

20

Semester-II

MS-121 Object Oriented programming Using C++

5

80

20

MS-122 Data & File Structures

5

80

20

MS-123 Visual Basic

5

80

20

MS-124 RDBMS & Oracle

5

80

20

MS-125 Programming Lab-II

8

80

20

MS-126 Programming Lab-III

8

80

20

.

MASTER OF SCIENCE (IT) SECOND YEAR (Semester III & IV)

2nd Year

Semester System-III

Lecture Per week

External

Internal

Time Total Allowed

MS-211 Computer Graphics

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-212 Java Programming

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-213 Software Engineering

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-214 Computer Networks

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-215 Programming Lab-IV

(Computer Graphics)

8

60

40

3 Hrs

MS-216 Programming Lab-V

(Java Programming)

8

60

40

3 Hrs

Semester System-IV

MS-221 Web Technology

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-222 Theory Of Computation

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-223 LINUX Administration

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-224 Artificial Intelligence

5

80

20

3 Hrs

MS-225 Programming Lab-VI

(LINUX Administration)

8

60

40

3 Hrs