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Diploma in Computer Science

Diploma in Computer Science

Diploma in Computer Science

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Diploma in Computer Science

Duration
ELIGIBILITY
ADMISSION PROCESS
FEES
3 Years. 50% in 10th On the basis of performance in the online Multiple- Choice Question(MCQ) Test of 2 hours duration and personal interview. Rs. 42,000 per annum

About the Course

Diploma in Computer Engineering course is all about the core concepts of computer science that includes the subjects such as networking, operation system, database, mobile computing etc. These are the basics for implementation and deployment levels where the computer engineering field requires candidates to be more productive and deployable, hence, it requires them to be good at communications.

Job Prospects

  • Computer Systems Analyst
  •  Software Engineer
  •  Software Designing Engineer
  •  Security Analyst
  •  Network Engineer
  •  Computer Hardware Engineer

Course Structure

Semester 1

  • Basic English-l
  •  Physics-l
  •  Mathematics-l
  •  Basic English Language Lab- I
  •  Physics-l Lab
  •  Chemistry-l
  •  Chemistry-l Lab
  •  Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activities
  •  Computer & Information Technology Fundamentals
  •  Engineering Drawing -l Lab
  •  Computer & lnformation Technology Fundamentals Lab

Semester 2

  •  Basic English II
  •  Physics-II
  •  Mathematics-II
  •  Employability Skills – I
  •  Physics -I Lab
  •  Basic English Language Lab- II
  •  Chemistry -II
  •  Chemistry -II Lab
  •  Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activities
  •  Workshop Practice
  •  Applied Mechanics
  •  Engineering Drawing- II Lab
  •  Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Lab

Semester 3

University Core

  • Advance Mathematics
  • Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  • Employability Skills II

Program Core

  • Computer System Prograrnming
  • Operating System Basics & Pc Packages
  • Computer System Programming Lab
  • Operating System Lab
  • Office Automation Lab
  • Open Source Technology lab
  • PHP Lab

University Elective

  • Basic Economics and Social Science

Program Elective

  • Open Source Technology
  • Fundarnentals of information Technology

Semester 4

University Core

  • Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  • Employability Skills – III

Program Core

  • Fundarnentals of Data Structure and Algorithm
  • Fundanentals ol'Data Structure and Algorithm Lab
  • Web Technology
  • Computer Organizalion & Architecture
  • LAN and windows 2000 Administration LAB
  • OOPS (c++) Lab
  • Web Technology LAB
  • DBMS Lab

University Electives

  • Entrepreneurship

Program Elective

  • E- Commerce in Business
  •  Data Base Management System

Semester 5

University Core

  • Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  • Employability Skills IV
  • Industry Summer Internship Project

Program Core

  • OOPS through Java
  • Desktop Publishing & Multimedia
  • OOPS Lab in Java
  • Network Security Lab
  • Network Security & Management

University Elective

  • Industrial Management

Program Elective

  • System Anaylsis and Designing
  • Practical Training Seminar

Semester 6

University Core

  • Proficiency in Co-Curricular Activity
  • Industry Association Project

Program Core

  • ASP.NET wirh C#
  • PHP Lab
  • Data Mining & data warehousing Lab
  • ASP.Net with C# Lab

University Electives

  • MAT Lab
  • Seminar

Program Electives

  • Mobile Computing
  • Data Mining and data warehousing

Teaching

The typical percentage of time spent in different learning activities for this course is based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
90%
Independent Studies
10%

Year 2

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
80%
Independent Studies
20%

Year 3

Lecture, Seminar and Similar
60%
Independent Studies
30%

Assessment

Typically how work is assessed for this course based on student choices. This information is collated from the previous year and will not be available if the course is new.

Year 1

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 2

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%

Year 3

Written Exams
60%
Practical Exams
40%
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