I / II Semester (Physics Cycle)
- Element of Electrical Engineering
- Element of Civil Engineering
- Common Core
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4 Years (8 Semesters)
A pass in 2nd PUC/ 12th Grade/Equivalent Exam with English as one of the Languages with a minimum of 45% of marks in aggregate in Physics and Mathematics along with Chemistry/Biotechnology/Biology/Electronics/Computers (40% for reserved category candidates).Candidates must also have taken up the CET/COMED-K/JEE/CMRUAT entrance tests and possess valid ranks/scores.
Students having completed three-year diploma programmes, with at least 45% marks in aggregate of final year i.e. 5th and 6th Sem of diploma (40% for SC/ST/OBC) are eligible for lateral entry into the second year (3rd semester), and having taken up the DCET entrance tests with valid scores/ranks.
The computer science syllabus for each semester is as given below:
The lab is equipped with 24 systems that are configured with latest Ubuntu operating system. The lab is mainly used for programming using C, C++ for courses like Data Structures, Programming with C and Analysis of Algorithms. In this lab students implement data structures like Linked List and Array List, and use them to implement sorting and other algorithms. These exercises will help them to explore the effect of data structures on the complexity of the algorithms and also create suitable data structures for a specific application
The lab is equipped with 27 systems of which 3 systems areconfigured with Windows 10.0 and the rest loaded with Ubuntu operating system. It is mainly used to teach programming using python for project based course like “Programming with Python”. The objective of the lab is to make students choose libraries of available components, and to use these for building their own software.
The lab has 25 systems all of which are configured to boot either Windows 10.0 or Ubuntu operating system. It is mainly used for programming using C, C++, Java, python, Mobile Application development using Android Studio etc. This lab is also used by students to develop and implement their mini projects. Here, students acquire skills to solve computing problems useful in real-world.
The lab has 22 systems, of which 10 are configured with Windows 10.0 and the rest with Ubuntu operating system. This lab is used to support programming using C, C++, Java, python, Mobile Application development using Android Studio etc. The major objective of this lab is to teach problem analysis and design of algorithms. The solution provided must also be optimum i.e., time complexity and space complexity of the solution shall be minimized.
The lab has 22 systems that are configured with Ubuntu operating system. It is used for programming with Java for courses like object oriented programming, programming with Java etc. Students trained in this lab are able to apply object-oriented concepts to developsoftware applications. Students are taught to design, using good design principles with consideration for software reuse and maintainability.
The lab has 22 systems allconfigured with Ubuntu operating system. It is mainly used for developing database applications using MYSQL. The major objective of this lab is to provide a strong formal foundation in database concepts, technology and practice to the participants to groom them into proficient database application developers. The overriding concern, therefore, is to include just enough concepts and theory to motivate and enrich the practical component, and to include technology component to maximize the relevance of the course to the industry without sacrificing the long-term objectives of rigor and foundational strength that can withstand the vagaries of technological advances.
The University follows Choice Based Credit System (CBCS), which provides choice for students to select from the prescribed set of courses and earn credits. Students are awarded grades based on their performance for each courses in a semester and Semester Grade Point Average (SGPA), which is a measure of academic performance of a student in a semester. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) is used as a measure of overall cumulative performance of a student over all semesters. However, the CGPA is invariably calculated from second semester onwards to facilitate students to know their academic progress.
Every Programme has a prescribed Curriculum or the Scheme of Teaching and Evaluation. It prescribes all the courses/ laboratory/ other requirements for the degree and sets out the nominal sequence semester wise. Curriculum also includes SWAYAM and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), offered by premier institutions. A student desirous of additional exposure to a course, without the rigors of obtaining a good grade, ‘audits’ a course that helps him to have an edge over others in placements.
The evaluation system to assess the student is comprehensive and continuous during the entire period of Semester, by the faculty who is teaching the course. Continuous Internal Evaluation (CIE) and Semester End Examination (SEE) constitute the major evaluations prescribed for each course, with only those students maintaining a minimum standard in CIE are permitted to appear in SEE of the course. CIE and SEE to carry 50% weightage each, to enable the course to be evaluated for a total of 100 marks, irrespective of its credits.
Before the start of the Academic session of each semester, a faculty may choose for his course Internal Assessment Test and a minimum of two of the following assessment methods with suitable weightage for each: Assignments (Individual and/or Group), Seminars, Quizzes, Group Discussions, Case studies/Case lets, Practical orientation on Design Thinking, Creativity & Innovation, Participatory & Industry-integrated learning, Practical activities / problem solving exercises, Class presentations, Analysis of Industry/Technical/Business Reports, Reports on Guest Lectures / Webinars / Industrial Visits, Industrial / Social / Rural projects, Participation in Seminars/ Academic Events/Symposia, etc. or any other academic activity.
The Semester End Examination for all the courses for which students registered during the semester shall be conducted at the end of each semester. Some of the courses, where the student performance is evaluated through CIE, may not have SEE.
The makeup examination facility shall be available to those students who have appeared and failed in the SEE in one or more courses in a semester.