### COMPUTER SCIENCE

#### Aim of the Course

By pursuing a course in Bachelors in Computer Science course the candidate is trained in the various areas like basics in programming, networking, various application packages etc. On completion of the course the candidates opt for either higher studies or jobs. It is important that these candidates have a sound knowledge (i.e. Conceptual knowledge) so as to be successful in their career

#### Eligibility for UG Admissions

Pass in + 2 Exam (academic or vocational)

#### PG Courses

- Masters in Computer Science
- Master of Computer Applications (MCA)
- M.Sc. (Information Technology)
- Master in Visual Computing
- Master's degree in computer science (mcc-i)
- Master in Applied Computer Science

### Future working field

- Applied Computer Science
- Artificial Intelligence
- Coding
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Networking
- Computer Simulation
- Computing

- Machine Learning
- Operating Systems
- Programming Languages
- Software Engineering
- Technology Policy
- Web Design Technology
- Web Development

### Computer Extra Courses

- Software Developer
- Information Security Analysts
- Computer Systems Analysts
- Computer and Information Systems Manager
- Computer and Information Research Scientists
- Computer Network Architect

- Network and Computer Systems Administrators
- Database Administrator
- Web Developer
- Computer Support Specialists

### MATHEMATICS

#### Aim of the Course

To provide a broad based knowledge of mathematics: For this purpose courses have been built based on students knowledge at the entry level. For example Calculus of several variables based on Calculus of one variable, Linear algebra based on Matrix theory, etc.

To provide the essential mathematical tools: For this purpose, a number of courses such as Linear algebra, Boundary value problems etc. are given which train the students in using the mathematics as tools in all the branches of science as well as social sciences.

To develop mathematical understanding: This is achieved by courses like Real analysis I and II with emphasis on proofs. These courses give the students the much-needed foundation in rigor of mathematical thinking.

To develop interest in specialization, each of the last two semesters two elective courses are provided. Students can choose the electives from three different streams – Stream I for Pure Mathematics Stream II for Applied Mathematics and Stream III for Computer Science, depending on their interest.

To train the students in computer, the students learn some programming languages as well as hands on experience on computer usage on different platforms in the final year

#### Eligibility for UG Admissions

Pass in + 2 Exam (academic or vocational)

**Future working field**

- Master of Science in Applied Mathematics and Computing
- Master of Science in Application of Mathematics
- Master of Science in Mathematical Science
- Master of Science in Mathematics and Computing
- Master of Science in Mathematics
- Master of Science in Maths and Statistics
- Master of Arts in Mathematics

- Master of Philosophy in Applied Mathematics
- Master of Philosophy in Mathematical Science
- Master of Philosophy in Mathematics
- Master of Philosophy in Maths and Statistics
- Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Mathematics
- Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics
- Doctor of Philosophy in Maths and Statistics

### CHEMISTRY

#### Aim of the course

- To provide a broad foundation in chemistry that stresses scientific reasoning and analytical problem solving with a molecular perspective
- To provide students with the skills required to succeed in graduate school, the chemical industry, or professional school.
- To expose the students to a breadth of experimental techniques using modern instrumentation.

#### Objectives

- The student will understand the importance of the Periodic Table of the Elements, how it came to be, and its role in organizing chemical information.
- The student will understand the interdisciplinary nature of chemistry and to integrate knowledge of mathematics, physics, and other disciplines to a wide variety of chemical problems.
- The student will learn the laboratory skills needed to design, safely conduct and interpret chemical research.
- The student will acquire a foundation in chemistry of sufficient breadth and depth to enable them to understand and critically interpret the primary chemical literature.
- The student will develop the ability to effectively communicate scientific information and research results in written and oral formats.
- The student will learn professionalism, including the ability to work in teams and apply basic ethical principles.

#### Eligibility for UG admissions

- Pass in +2 exam (academic or vocational)

### PHYSICS

#### Aim of the course

- To make the students understand their knowledge of the basic scientific principles of physic and fundamental concepts and skills of the field
- To kindle the research aptitude in emerging field of physics
- To provide students with the skills required to solve problems utilising scientific reasoning,quantitative methods, and acquired knowledge and skills .
- Communicate scientific ideas clearly and effectively.

#### Objectives

- The student will understand the importance of the mechanics,how it came to be, and its role in the world around you.
- The student will understand the nature of optics and to integrate knowledge of electronics, thermodynamics, and other classical and quantum mechanics.
- The student will learn n the laboratory skills throught the erperiments method.
- The student will understand the importance of physics and research ideas.
- The student will develop the ability to effectively communicate scientific information and research results in written and oral formats.
- The student will learn professionalism, including the ability to work in teams and apply basic ethical principles.

#### Eligibility for UG admissions

- Pass in +2 exam (academic or vocational)

#### PG COURSE

- MSc physis
- MSc nanophysics
- MSc biotechnology