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B.Sc. (Hons.) with Computer Science

B.Sc. (Hons.) with Computer Science : Three year full time (No. of seats 60)


BSc. (Hons.) Computer Science provides a solid foundation and training regarding the fundamentals of computer science field. It would provide technical knowledge to develop applications to provide solution is a wide variety of end-user requirements and situations. It also aims at harnessing and developing professional attitude interpersonal skills that are required to work effectively, professionally and ethically within the ICT sphere.

Why choose this course?

This course covers theory and practice, ranging from essential skills to exciting topics such as Artificial Intelligence. You'll learn about the fundamentals and science behind computing and software development. Practical learning includes designing and developing software systems for a variety of applications, ranging from mobile systems to large scale applications for enterprises.

Career & study progression

Computer Science Graduates generally have a good record of achieving employment and progressing in their professional work. Popular paths for graduates from this course include web development and software architecture.

You may also wish to undertake postgraduate study to specialise in a subject you've already studied, or to explore something new.

B.SC.(hons) Syllabus
  • Candidates seeking admission in B.Sc. (CS) program must have secured minimum 60% for General, 55% for OBS & SC (10+2) with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics from a recognized Education Board.

    A candidate who has appeared in 10 + 2 or other equivalent examination during current year as a regular or private candidate but whose result is yet to be declared can also apply for admission on provisional basis. But such a candidate must produce the certificate of passing the examination before the last date fixed for this purpose, failing which, his/her admission may be cancelled. The fee and other charges paid by him/her will not be refunded in any case.

Admissions in B.Sc. (CS) (Hons.) programme are carried out on the basis of merit marks obtained in 10+2. The Admissions will be carried out by the institute as per the rules and Schedule announced by the MP HIGHER EDUCATION for Minority Institution.

Interview / counseling would be conducted on the day the form is submitted. If the forms are submitted by mail the date of interview would be informed. Students to contact admission committee* for Counselling dates.

Selected students would need to deposit the tuition fee and caution money with in a week of the name appearing in the merit list.

Fee once deposited by him/her will not refunded under any circumstances.

Admission brochure can be purchased by sending a D.D of Rs 1000 in favour of Director ,Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior , payable at Gwalior.

Application form can be downloaded, printed , filled and sent to the institute . In such cases admission form fee of Rs 1000 will be applicable. Drafts can be sent along with the completed form or cheque can be deposited at the below given bank details.

*Application Form: Rs. 1000

  I Year II Year III Year
Tuition Fee(Annual)  51000 51000 51000
Caution Money( Refundable )  1000    
Student Welfare 1000 1000 1000

Placement Fee

0 0 3000

Insurance Fee

450 450 450

Total

53450 52450 55450
Marks obtained (%) Scholarship Amount Details
85% & above Rs. 10000/- Marks obtained in 10+2, scholarship will be disbursed in 1st Sem.
Marks obtained in 1st and 2nd Sem., Scholarship will be disbursed in 3rd Sem.
Marks obtained in 3rd and 4th Sem., Scholarship will be disbursed in 5th Sem.
75% - 84.99% Rs. 7000/-
70% - 74.99% Rs. 5000/- Scholarship Rs. 3000/- & Rs. 5000/- will be disbursed only in First Year.
65% - 69.99% Rs. 3000/-

* Application Form: Rs.1000
* Hostel Fee - Rs.6000/- Per Month+ Electricity bill
* Bus Fee - Rs. 15000 yearly for local
* Bus Fee for Morena and Dabra – Rs. 25000/- Yearly
* Placement Fee UG-Rs. 3000/- PG- Rs. 5000/-

  • On admission the candidate will have to pay the fee for the whole year/first installment on or before the date notified by the Institute ,failing which his/her admission may be cancelled.

    On admission the candidate will have to pay the fee for the whole year/first installment on or before the date notified by the Institute ,failing which his/her admission may be cancelled.

    Fee will be deposited through D.D/Pay Order drawn in favor of Director ,Prestige Institute of Management, Gwalior payable at Gwalior.

    The fee is subjected to revision

    Caution money ,which is to be paid at the time of admission is refundable without interest on completion of the program against caution money receipt.


PEO1

Real Life Problem Solving: To educate students with proficiency in core areas of Computer science & Engineering and related engineering so as to comprehend engineering trade-offs, analyze, design, and synthesize data and technical concepts to create novel products and solutions for the real life problems.

PEO2

Leadership : Exhibit creative and innovative ideas with good analytical and entrepreneur skills in the field of Computer Science

PEO3

Lifelong Learning : Attainment of key principles and practices of computation, mathematics and basic principles of engineering to ensure that graduates are able to apply their software development skills in design and implementation of practical systems consisting of software and/or hardware components.

PSO1

Apply the knowledge gained during the course of the program to identify, formulate and solve real life problems to meet the core competency with continuous up gradation.

PSO2

The graduates possess ability to explore emerging technologies and provide innovative solutions to real time problems within constraints such as financial, environmental, social and ethical.

At PIMG, B.Sc. (Hons.) CS program seeks to obtain the following outcomes for its enrolled students:

No.

Program Outcome

PO1

An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline.

PO2

An ability to identify, formulate, and develop solutions to computational challenges.

PO3

An ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.

PO4

An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities for the computing profession.

PO5

An ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computational systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.

PO6

An ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity.

PO7

Inculcate skills to excel in the fields of Computer Science and IT enabled services, Public and Private sectors, Teaching and Research.

PO8

Recognition of the need for and ability to engage in continuing professional development.

Course Code

Course Name

Course Outcome

First Year (July to June 2020)

BSCHNCS110

 

ENGLISH PAPER I

Students will be able to read a variety of texts critically and proficiently to demonstrate in writing or speech the comprehension, analysis, and interpretation of those texts. Students will interpret texts with attention to ambiguity, complexity, and aesthetic value.

BSCHNCS101

 

HINDI PAPER I (HINDI LANGUAGE & MORAL VALUES)

The student is able to develop the scientific approach and business skills

BSCHNCS102

ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Student understands the concept, meaning and importance of entrepreneurship development, types and functions performed by entrepreneurs, importance of goal determination.

BSCHNCS103

MATHEMATICS PAPER I (ALGEBRA AND TRIGONOMETRY)

student learns how to - Work with matrices and determine if a given square matrix is invertible, learn to solve systems of linear equations and application problems requiring them, learn to compute determinants and know their properties, learn to find and use eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a matrix.

BSCHNCS104

MATHEMATICS PAPER II (CALCULUS AND DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS)

 

The students learns integrals that may involve logarithms, exponentials, polynomials, and powers by using the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus.  

 

BSCHNCS105

MATHEMATICS PAPER III (VECTOR ANALYSIS AND GEOMETRY)

The student learns the fundamental concepts of multivariable calculus and to develop understanding and skills in the topic necessary for its applications to science and engineering.

BSCHNCS106

COMPUTER PAPER I (FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTERS)

The student is able to get the knowledge of computer organization, memory structure and computer architecture.

BSCHNCS107

 

COMPUTER PAPER II (PROGRAMMING IN C)

The students learn the complete knowledge of C language. And learns to develop logics which will help them to create programs and applications in C.

BSCHNCS108

 

PHYSICS PAPER I (MECHANICS AND

PROPERTIES OF MATTERS)

The students learns about the concepts of forces, angular momentum and knowledge about the Constraint. The course will also give knowledge about the general parameter like velocity, acceleration and knowledge of M.I.

BSCHNCS109

 

PHYSICS PAPER II (THERMODYNAMICS AND STATISTICAL PHYSICS)

 

Students learn about the concepts of heat, work, and energy and different laws of thermodynamics.

 

Second Year (July to June 2021)

BSCHNCS201

 

FOUNDATION COURSE PAPER I – (ENGLISH LANGUAGE)

The students learn to communicate effectively and appropriately in real life situation.

 

BSCHNCS202

 

HINDI PAPER II (HINDI LANGUAGE & MORAL VALUES)

 

The student is able to develop the scientific approach and business skills

BSCHNCS203

 

PAPER III ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES

 

The students develop the understanding of environmental issues and its development.

BSCHNCS204

 

MATHEMATICS PAPER I (ABSTRACT ALGEBRA)

 

The student will study certain structures called groups, rings, fields and some related structures. Students gives to student a good mathematical maturity and enables to build mathematical thinking and skill.

BSCHNCS205

 

MATHEMATICS PAPER II (ADVANCED CALCULAS)

 

The student familiarizes with advanced Calculus concepts.

BSCHNCS206

 

MATHEMATICS PAPER III (DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION)

 

The student is able to strengthen the concepts of Differential Equations.

BSCHNCS207

 

COMPUTER PAPER I (OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING CONCEPT USING C++)

 

The student learns the basic principles of object-oriented in terms of software reuse and managing complexity. Also get the skill of problem solving and programming skills in C++ with extensive programming projects.

BSCHNCS208

 

PAPER II

(DATA STRUCTURE)

 

The students learn the theory and develop the algorithm of different types of data structure. Also, understand the ADT and different operation of different data structure and learn its application in real life for different data structure.

BSCHNCS209

 

PAPER III (DATA COMMUNICATONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKS)

 

The students develop to build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of computer networking and Familiarize with the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking area.

 

BSCHNCS210

 

PAPER IV (COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA)

 

Students will learn the main components of Computer Graphics and become familiar with building approach of graphics system components and algorithms related with them.

 

Third Year (July to June 2022)

BSCHNCS 301

 

FOUNDATION COURSE PAPER I – ENGLISH

 

The student learns linguistic competence and make them enable to write reports, emails and CVs.

BSCHNCS 302

 

HINDI PAPER II (HINDI LANGUAGE & MORAL VALUES)

 

The student is able to develop the scientific approach and business skills

BSCHNCS 303

 

PAPER III BASICS OF COMPUTER AND INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY

 

The student understands the basics of computer science, to develop proficiency in the practice of computing, and to prepare them for continued professional development.

BSCHNCS 304

 

MATHEMATICS PAPER I : LINEAR ALGEBRA AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS

 

The student is able to understand the suitable and effective methods called Numerical Methods, for obtaining approximate representative numerical results of the problems.

 

BSCHNCS 305

 

MATHEMATICS PAPER II : REAL AND COMPLEX ANALYSIS

 

The student learns the fundamental ideas of the functions of complex and real variables and developing a clear understanding of the fundamental.

BSCHNCS 306

 

MATHEMATICS PAPER III : *OPTIONAL PAPER

Optional I (Statistical Methods)

 

 

The student learns the statistical concepts to include measurements of location and dispersion, probability, probability distributions, sampling, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression, and correlation analysis, multiple regression and business/economic forecasting.

BSCHNCS 306

MATHEMATICS PAPER III : *OPTIONAL PAPER

Optional II (Discrete Mathematics)

The student understands the notion of mathematical thinking, mathematical proofs, and algorithmic thinking, and be able to apply them in problem solving. Understand the basics of discrete probability and number theory, and be able to apply the methods from these subjects in problem solving.

BSCHNCS 306

MATHEMATICS PAPER III : *OPTIONAL PAPER

Optional III (Mechanics)

The student learns the aspects of Mechanics in daily life.

BSCHNCS 306

MATHEMATICS PAPER III : *OPTIONAL PAPER

Optional IV (Mathematical Modelling)

The student learns the basic mathematics in conjunction with practical methods of Applied Mathematics

 

BSCHNCS 306

MATHEMATICS PAPER III : *OPTIONAL PAPER

Optional V

(Financial Mathematics)

The student learns the mathematical modelling of financial and insurance markets with particular emphasis on the time-value of money and interest rates.

 

BSCHNCS 307

 

COMPUTER PAPER I : DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Relations – I

The student is able to get the sound introduction to the discipline of database management systems and to give a good formal foundation on the relational model of data and usage of Relational Algebra.

BSCHNCS 308

 

PAPER II OPERATING SYSTEM CONCEPTS

 

The student learns the working of an OS as a resource manager, file system manager, process manager, memory manager and I/O manager and methods used to implement the different parts of OS.

BSCHNCS 309

 

PAPER III ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEM

 

The student learns concepts of AI, expert system and the different types of systems that can be designed to solve problems

 

BSCHNCS 310

 

PAPER IV ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ALGORITHMS

 

The student learns the techniques for effective problem solving in computing.