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B.Sc.(I.T.)

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE(INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY)
B.Sc(I.T.) is an undergraduate three year degree course in computer applications. With the rapid growth of IT industry in India, the demand of computer professional is increasing day by day. This increasing growth of IT industry has created a lot of opportunities for the computer graduates. Bachelor in Computer Application (B.Sc(I.T.)) is one of the popular courses among the students who want to make their career in the IT (Information Technology) field. The duration of the course is 3 years and divided into 6 semesters. It comprises of the subjects like database, networking, data structure, core programming languages like ‘C’ and ‘java’. This course provides a lot of opportunities to the students who are interested in computer field and wants to work in the IT sector as programmer or software developer.

 

 Course Name   Bachelor of Science (Information Technology) B.Sc(I.T.)
 Duration   3 years( Semester System)
 Eligibility   +2 with at least 40% marks in aggregate or equivalent examination.
 Seats Available   60
 Career Prospective
  • Jobs in Govt. Sector
  • Eligible for UPSC, CDS Exams,
  • Jobs in Banking Sector
  • Jobs in I.T. field: Software Engineer, Project Manager, Web Administrator, DBA, System Administrator, Software Developer, Network Administrator,
  • Profession Value Addition Courses: CCNA, MCSE, Ethical Hacking, Data Analyst, Cyber Security, OCP,
  • M.Sc. I.T./C.S., M.S., M.C.A., M.B.A.
 Course Outcome
  • Will have the ability to communicate computer science concepts, designs, and solutions effectively and professionally.
  • Apply knowledge of computing to produce effective designs and solutions for specific problems. Identify, analyze, and synthesize scholarly literature relating to the field of computer science; and use software development tools, software systems, and modern computing platforms.
  • Work in a collaborative manner with others on a team, contributing to the management, planning and implementation of a computer system. Independently propose a small scale research project, plan its execution, undertake its development, evaluate its outcome and report on its results in a professional manner.
  • Advance knowledge through innovation and knowledge creation. Pursue life-long learning in practice. Interpret and present theoretical issues and empirical findings.


 

 Semester-I  Semester-II
Paper No. Subject Marks Paper No. Subject Marks
  Paper–1   Introduction to Programming – C   75   Paper-1 Communication Skills in English – II (Th.35+Pr.15)   50
  Paper-2   Introduction to Computers and Information Technology   75   Paper-2 Punjabi / mu`FlI pMjwbI (Compulsory)   50
  Paper-3   Applied & Discrete Mathematics   75   Paper-3   Principles of Digital Electronics   75
  Paper-4   Communication Skills in English – I   50   Paper-4   Introduction to Programming – C ++  75
  Paper-5    Punjabi / mu`FlI pMjwbI(Compulsory)   50   Paper-5  Numerical Methods & Statistical Techniques  75
  Paper-6  Practical – PC Computing & C Language–I   75   Paper-6  Practical – C Language – II   75
  Paper-7   * Drug Abuse: Problem, Management and Prevention (Compulsory Paper)   50   Paper-7   * Drug Abuse: Problem, Management and Prevention (Compulsory Paper)   50
Note: * Marks of this Paper will not be included in the Total Marks.
 Semester-III  Semester-IV
Paper No. Subject Marks Paper No. Subject Marks
  Paper–1 Introduction to Python   75   Paper–1 Database Management System   75
  Paper-2 Data Structure   75   Paper-2 Internet Applications   75
  Paper-3 System Analysis & Design   75   Paper-3 JAVA & Web Designing   75
  Paper-4  * Environmental Studies – I (Compulsory)   50   Paper-4   * Environmental Studies – II (Compulsory)   50
  Paper-5  Programming Lab – I (C++, Programming Language)   50   Paper-5  Web Technologies 75
  Paper-6 Programming Lab – II (Data Structure)   25   Paper-6 Programming Lab – I (Oracle)   50
 -  -  -   Paper-7 Programming Lab – II HTML & (JAVA)   50
Note: * Marks of this Paper will not be included in the Total Marks.
 Semester-V  Semester-VI
Paper No. Subject Marks Paper No. Subject Marks
  Paper–1 Computer Networks   100   Paper–1 Computer Graphics   75
  Paper-2 Operating System   100   Paper-2 Applications of Computer Graphics in C++/C   25
  Paper-3  E-Business   100   Paper-3 Project   300
  Paper-4 Lab – I (Computer Networks)   50      
  Paper-5  Lab – II (Operating System)   50  -   -   -
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