This route will produce graduates with specific knowledge and expertise in Computer Science. The career of these graduates range from being employed in a software house and designing code to any kind of firmware or middleware responsible for driving a variety of hardware. This also includes research-led professional positions, where software development is needed.
Graduation with 50% marks from a recognized University, having studied any of the subjects.
7. B.Tech with 60% marks in relevant field.
|Fundamental of Algorithums||3 Credit Hours|
|Operating Systems||3 Credit Hours|
|Discrete Structures||3 Credit Hours|
|English Comprehension & Communication||3 Credit Hours|
|Introduction to Computer Programming||4 Credit Hours|
|Object Oriented Programming||4 Credit Hours|
|Automata Theory||3 Credit Hours|
|Computer Networks||3 Credit Hours|
|Data Base Management Systems||4 Credit Hours|
|Digital Logic & Design||3 Credit Hours|
|Data Structures||4 Credit Hours|
|Computer Architecture||3 Credit Hours|
|Software Engineering||3 Credit Hours|
|Web Programming||3 Credit Hours|
|Advanced Object Oriented Programming||4 Credit Hours|
|Data Communication||3 Credit Hours|
|Technical Business Writing||3 Credit Hours|
|Artificial Intelligence||3 Credit Hours|
|Visual Programming||4 Credit Hours|
|Compiler Construction||3 Credit Hours|