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Computer Science and BCA

About the Department

In order to impart knowledge and training to students in the State of the art – computer applications in our esteemed college the computer science department was inaugurated on 2nd  September 2006 with BSc – PMCs course. It was inaugurated by Prof. K V Kodhandaramaiah, Collegiate Eductiaon Director, Prof. C M Mani, Principal JSS College for Women, Chamarajanagar, Prof. K S Narasingarao, Principal IST Grade College, Mandya. The department introduced the BCA course in 2013. The department has well-equipped Laboratories with internet facility.

Vision:

“To create the most conducive environment for quality academic and research oriented undergraduate education in computer science and prepare the students for a globalised technological society and orient them towards serving the society.”

Mission:

  • To inculcate teaching and learning process promoting state-of-the-art knowledge in computer science, and technology to address global challenges.
  • Facilitating and exposing the students to various learning opportunities through dedicated academic teaching, guidance and monitoring
  • To integrate academics and innovative solutions to address present and future challenges.
  • To develop professionalism with strong foundations adapting to changing technology.

Objectives:
The following objectives are to be met by students obtaining a degree in Computer Science.
Students, upon graduation will:

  • Knowledge: Possess practical and theoretical knowledge of computer science sufficient to earn a living and contribute to the economic development of the region, state and nation.
  • Education: Be prepared for advanced education in computer science.
  • Ethics: Understand and respect the professional standards of ethics expected of computer science and appreciate the social impact of computing.
  • Skills: Recognize the importance of and possess the skills necessary for life-long learning.

Programs Offered:

  1. BSc – PMCs
  2. BCA – Bachelor of Computer Application
  1. Computer Application is offered as one of the skill-oriented paper for IV Semester BA.

Course Structure:
BSc in PMCs

  • Affiliated to: University of Mysore
  • Subjects: The course comprises of three main subjects – Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science. Syllabus enclosed.
  • Duration: 3 years (6 semester)
  • Curriculum: CBCS Semester Scheme
  • Eligibility for Admission: A candidate who have completed PUC or its equivalent examination with science courses or any other examination considered equivalent by the University is eligible for admission to the B.Sc, Degree Course.
  • Medium of Instruction: The medium of instruction shall be English.

BCA

  • Affiliated to: University of Mysore
  • Subjects: Syllabus enclosed.
  • Duration: 3 years (6 semester)
  • Curriculum: CBCS Semester Scheme
  • Eligibility for Admission: Students who have successfully completed +2 or PU or equivalent with Mathematics/Computer Science/Business Mathematics/Accountancy OR 3 years Diploma after SSLC/10th Class with Computer Science Engineering/Information Science Engineering or equivalent.

Infrastructure of the department:
The Department of Computer Science is located in the first floor of Science Block. The area occupied by the department is approximately 81.34 sq.fts.
Laboratory Facilities:
The department comprises of well-equipped spacious 4 labs with more than 80 computers – majority of them with latest configuration. The labs are provided with UPS and Internet facility and a browsing center for internet browsing for the students.

  • Can Pursue Higher studies as PG Courses as MCA, MSc, MSc IT, MS, MBA & BEd, LLB etc.
  • PGDM programs, Advanced Diploma Technical courses.
  • Medium of Instruction: The medium of instruction shall be English.

Program Objectives:

  1. BSc – PMCs:
  • Programme Educational Objectives

PEO1: To empower the students with current trends in computational sciences.
PEO2: To equip the students with knowledge and skills of mathematics, science, and computing to analysis and inferences of scientific problems.
PEO3: To nurture the students with employability skills and professional ethics.

  1. BCA:
  2. Programme Educational Objectives

PEO1: To empower the students with current trends in the domains of computation and programming.
PEO2: To update the students with cross cutting technology, software tools and applications.
PEO3: To nurture the students with employability skills and professional ethics.
Program Outcomes:

  1. BSc – PMCs: After the successful completion of three-year B.Sc. PMCs Programme, the graduate will be able to:

Knowledge:

  • Conduct himself as a responsible citizen.
  • Apply fundamental knowledge of Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science to solve real life problems in their chosen domain.
  • Understand, analyze, identify, formulate and design computer-based solution to solve the real-world problems using modern computing tool and techniques
  • Demonstrate skill of Computer Science in Data Structures and Programming Languages, Databases, Software Engineering, Computer Networking, Cyber Security.
  • Develop competence to write competitive examinations.
  • Work as a member of a team and communicate effectively across team members.
  • Inherent skills with absolute focus to function as a successful entrepreneur.

Higher Education:

Career Prospects:

  • Acquire higher degrees to work in colleges, universities as professors or as scientists in research establishments or business administrators.
  • Find career opportunities as System Engineer, Software tester, junior programmer, Web developer, System Analyst, Network administrators, Hardware developer, Software Developer.
  • BSc computer science graduates have access to jobs in Banking, consultancies and relevant government departments.
  • Can take exams like IIT JAM, JEST, TIFR GS, JNUEE, NEST, ICAR AIEEA, AIIMS MSc, BINC, INAT, GATE Science.
  • Can take exams like KAS, IAS, IFS, IRS, IPS, KES, FDA, SDA etc.
  • Government job exams as Railways, police, Military, Post office, Banking etc.
  1. BCA: After the successful completion of three-year BCA Programme, the graduate will be able to:

Knowledge:

  • Work effectively both as an individual and a team leader on multi-disciplinary projects.
  • Inculcates the ability to analyze, identify, formulate and develop computer applications using modern computing tools and techniques.
  • Improve communication skills to effectively present technical information in oral and written reports.
  • Create design innovative methodologies for solving complex/ real life problems for the betterment of the society.
  • Integrate ethics and values in designing computer application.
  • Promote the use of open-source technology.
  • Become an educated, ethical and responsible citizens
  • Develop competence to write competitive examinations
  • Demonstrate skill of Computer Applications in Data Structures and Programming Languages, Databases, Software Engineering, Computer Networking, Cyber Security, Web designing, Image Processing, Big data analysis, etc.

Higher Education:

  • Can Pursue Higher studies as PG Courses as MCA, MSc, MSc IT, MS, MBA etc.
  • PGDM programs
  • Advanced Diploma Technical courses.

Career Prospects:

  • A successful professional career in software industry, government, academia, research, banking, Railways, Police, Military, Post office, consultancies and other areas where computer applications are deployed.
  • To become a software entrepreneur.
  • Find career opportunities as System Engineer, Software tester, Programmer, Web developer, System Analyst, Network administrators, Hardware developer, Software Developer, Ethical Hacker.
  • Can take exams like IIT JAM, JEST, TIFR GS, JNUEE, NEST, ICAR AIEEA, AIIMS MSc, BINC, INAT, GATE Science.
  • Can take exams like KAS, IAS, IFS, IRS, IPS, KES, FDA, SDA etc.

Program Specific Outcomes:

  1. BSc – PMCs: After the successful completion of three-year B.Sc-PMCs Programme, the graduate will be able to:

PSO1: Apply problem-solving skills and the knowledge of computer science to solve real world problems.

PSO2: Appraise mathematical concepts and reasoning, and infer statistical conclusions.

PSO3: Perform effectively with professional ethics in analytic, scientific and technical domains.

  1. BCA: After the successful completion of three-year BCA Programme, the graduate will be able to:

PSO1: understand, analyze, identify, formulate and design computer-based solution to solve the real-world problems using modern computing tool and techniques.
PSO2: The course also focuses on bridging the gap between computer application and IT industry by training the students to acquire necessary communication skill required to narrate technical information in oral and written reports.
PSO3: The students also develop leadership qualities to function effectively as a leader and as a member in project team work.
Credit Matrix / Scheme for Program:
Course Credit Structure
BSC Programme:

Sem Core Electives Ability Enhancement Courses

Total Credits

DSC DSE SEC AECC    
Course Credits Course Credits Course Credits Course Credits    
  DSC-1 A 6         Kan/MIL – 1 3    
I

DSC-2 A

DSC-3 A

6

6

Eng – 1

Environmental Studies/

3

3

27  
              Constitution of India      
  DSC-1 B 6         Kan/MIL – 2 3    
II

DSC-2 B

DSC-3 B

6

6

Eng – 2

Environmental Studies/

3

3

27  
              Constitution of India      
  DSC-1 C 6         Kan/MIL – 3 3    
Ill DSC-2 C DSC-3 C

6

6

Eng – 3 3 24  
  DSC-1 D 6         Kan/MIL – 4 3    
IV DSC-2 D 6 Eng – 4 3 24  
  DSC-3 D 6                
  DSE-1 A 6 SEC-1 2        
V     DSE-2 A 6 SEC-2 2 22  
      DSE-3 A 6            
  DSE-1 B 6 SEC-3 2        
VI     DSE-2 B 6 SEC-4 2 22  
      DSE-3 B 6            
Total   72   36   08   30 146  

Course Credit Structure

BCA Programme:

 

Sem

Core Electives Ability Enhancement Courses

 

Total Credits

DSC DSE SEC AECC
Course Credits Course Credits Course Credits Course Credits
  DSC-1 6         Kan/MIL – 1 3  
I

DSC-2

DSC-3

6

6

Eng – 1

Environmental Studies/

3

3

27
              Constitution of India    
  DSC-4 6         Kan/MIL – 2 3  
II

DSC-5

DSC-6

6

6

Eng – 2

Environmental Studies/

3

3

27
  ,’           Constitution of India    
  DSC-7 6         Kan/MIL – 3 3  
Ill DSC-8 6 Eng – 3 3 24
  DSC-9 6              
  DSC-10 6         Kan/MIL – 4 3  
IV DSC-11 6 Eng – 4 3 24
  DSC-12 6              
      DSE-1 6 SEC-1 2      
V DSE-2 6 SEC-2 2 22
      DSE-3 6          
      DSE-4 6 SEC-3 2      
VI DSE-5 6 SEC-4 2 22
      DSE-6 (Major Project) 6          
Total   72   36   08   30 146

Syllabus for all semesters:

Best Practices of the Department:

  1. Best Practices in Teaching-Learning Process:
    • Physical Models: Faculties of the department use components like RAM, Hard Disk Drive, Network cables, mother boards and other components of a computer system in the classroom as physical models to make the students understand the working of various components of a computer system.
    • Animations and Presentations: The department faculties use animations and presentations to explain the difficult concepts. Animations create interest on the respective subjects and make the students excel in them.
    • Online Resources & Digital Library: Teachers uses online resources as Swayam, YOUTUBE, SlideShare, NPTEL, Virtual Labs, Hackerrank, Codechef etc., in the teaching learning process. Students are encouraged to use digital library.
  2. Best Practices in Training and Placement:
    • Guest speakers from industry/academics/alumnae are invited to deliver lectures on emerging technologies. These lectures give students exposure to industry-oriented technologies and perspective of the guest speaker’s field of work or expertise.
  3. Best Practices in Personality Development:
    • MOC Viva is conducted to help the students to improve their communication skills and language.
    • Seminars from students is made compulsory as part of curriculum.
    • Students are encouraged to actively participate in various Cultural, Sports, Quiz competition, Science Exhibitions, NSS activities, social awareness programs as blood donation etc.,

Facilities Details:

LAB – 1:

  • Area: 34 Sq Fts
  • Server: 01
  • No of Client/PC: 17
  • Power Supply: 7.5kva Online Ups
  • Batteries: 12
  • Printer: 02
  • Laptop: 01
  • Scanner:01
  • Digital IC trainer Kit – 20
  • Microprocessor Kit – 20

LAB – 2:

  • Area: 855 Sq Fts
  • No of PC: 24
  • Power Supply: 7.5 Kva Online UPS
  • Batteries: 12

LAB – 3:

    • Area: 26 X 36 Sq Fts
    • Servers: 04
    • Clients: 22
    • Power Supply: 5kva Online UPS – 01
    • Batteries: 06

LAB-4:

      • Area: 26 X 36 Sq Fts
      • No of PC: 16
      • Power Supply: 7.5 Kva Online UPS
      • Batteries: 12

BROWSING CENTRE:

    • Area: sq fts
    • NO of PC: 16
    • Power supply: 5KVA Online UPS
    • Batteries: 06

PCs configuration details with peripherals:

Sl No Particulars Configuration details No of units  
1.     Computers
Server N computing L300 core i5 + Dell desktop set 01 +09 =10  
Server N computing X350 core i7 + Dell Desktop set 04 +24=28  
HCL Black PC 06  
Wipro i3+i5+dual core 11+2+19 =32  
Compaq Dual core 08  
Desktop systems (Browsing Centre) P4 16  
2.     Laptops
HP HP 01  
Lenovo Idea pad S10 model 01  
3.     Networking and structured cabling
Hubs D-Link 16 port switch 10/100 mbps 01  
32 port 10/100 mbps 02  
DES-1016 A 16 port 02  
Router DSL-2700 01  
4.     Power supply
UPS 7.5 KVA Micortek/Silicon – online 03  
  10 KVA Aplab 01  
  5 KVA Microtek – online 02  
Batteries Batteries 42  
5.     Printers
Cannon Cannon MF 4320 laser jet 02  
Cannon MFD 520 laser jet 01  
6.     Scanner
Scanner HP 2400 01  
7.     Digital IC Trainer Kit
IC Kit Hytek Instruments 20  
IC’S 100  
IC Tester 01  
Patch cards 300  
8.     8085 Microprocessor Kit
8085 Microprocessor Kit Hytek Instruments 20  
9.     Other Peripherals
Combo Drive   01  
Mini Laptop USB Mouse   01  

Learning Resources:

  1. Class Rooms with ICT Facility: Classes are engaged using multimedia projector. Students are also allowed to use projector for PowerPoint presentations and ensures that the students are well versed in using ICT.

List of teaching aids:

  • Class room teachings – Student centered learning, chalks and talk, PowerPoints and slide shows, heuristic aptitude of teaching.
  • Seminars, group discussions, projects and quiz.
  • Practical Assignments, Practical Record
  • Internal test – practical and theory
  1. Human Resource: The department of CS currently has 07 teaching staff and 1 non-teaching, all of them with impressive academic accomplishments.
  1. Other Facilities:
    1. Central Library Facility:

The College library is well equipped with computer science books. The College central library consists of around 1000 books related to the current technologies of computer science; we also subscribe monthly software and hardware magazines, journals.

  1. Department Library Details:

A good library is an asset to any College. Our Computer Science department has maintained its own library. The library has over 25 books, which includes syllabus, textbooks, old question banks, reference books and books on latest technology. The department is making all efforts to produce books on the new trends in the technology, to enrich knowledge of both staff and students community.

Contact Details of HOD:

Shubha L N, MSc, MPhil, MCOM

Assistant Professor & Head of the Department of Computer Science

E-Mail: shubhaln@gmail.com

Shubha L N

Assistant Professor & HOD
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