MASTER OF SCIENCE (M.Sc.) COMPUTER SCIENCE


Duration : 2 year Full Time Course
About the course :
M.Sc. Computer Science is a 2-year program catering to the needs of people interested in the field of computers. Candidates pursuing this course are provided with an opportunity to develop core competence in the field of computer science and encourages them to make a mark in IT industry. The course is introduced during the academic session 2018-19 under the affiliation of Assam Science and Technology University (ASTU), Guwahati.

Objectives of the course:
1. The main objective of this course is to hone the skills of computer science enthusiasts in the various thrust areas of the field.
2. To provide the students with the perfect amalgamation of theory as well as practical knowledge of the topics related to latest developments in Computer Science.
3. To provide the students to find lucrative career opportunities in Software and Computer Hardware related industry.
4. To enable good computer operational practices.
AFFILIATION :
The 2 year full time M.Sc. Computer Science at NERIM School of Computer Science is conducted as per the prescribed regulations and syllabi of ASTU. The course is run in CBCS mode.
M.Sc. Computer Science: Course Highlights

Mentioned below are some of the major highlights of the course.

Course LevelPostgraduate
Type Semester system
Duration2 years
Eligibility

Bachelor degree in Computer Science or Information Technology (B.Sc CS/IT) or
Bachelor degree in Computer Application (BCA) or
Bachelor degree in Science with Mathematics as one of the subject in 10+2 or in degree level or
4 years Bachelor degree in Engineering / Technology(BE/B.Tech.) or
DOEACC 'A' level course after passing Bachelor degree


Admission ProcessMerit based and Entrance exam based


Syllabus and Course Description
M.Sc. Computer Science Program structure is a rigorous mix of several theory exams, assignments, practical, laboratory work, and project works. The assessment in the program is based on both theory and practical papers. The weightage for theory papers is 70% and for practical papers is 30%. The course also requires students to complete a dissertation and a project on a related topic. The weightage for dissertation and project is 100%.

M.Sc. Computer Science 1st Semester

Sl. NoSub-CodeSubject
Hours per Week
Credits
LTPC

Theory

 MCS182101Operating System3104
 MCS182102Digital Logic and System Design3104
 MCS182103Computer Organization and Architecture3104
 MCS182104Programming Techniques-I (C, C++)3104
Practical
 MCS182114Lab I: Programming Techniques-I(C,C++)0042
Total 124418
Total Contact Hours per week : 20    
Total Credit: 18    


M.Sc. Computer Science 2nd Semester

Sl. NoSub-CodeSubject
Hours per Week
Credits
LTPC

Theory

 MCS182201Data Structures3104
 MCS182202DBMS/RDBMS3104
 MCS182203Data Communication & Computer Network3104
 MCS182204Theory of Computation3104
Practical
 MCS182205Lab II: Python Programming and SQL0042
Total 124418
Total Contact Hours per week : 20    
Total Credit: 18    

 


M.Sc. Computer Science 3rd Semester

Sl. NoSub-CodeSubject
Hours per Week
Credits
LTPC

Theory

 MCS182301Computer Graphics & Multimedia3104
 MCS182302Design and Analysis of Algorithm3104
 MCS182303Web Programming Technologies3104
 MCS182304Elective - I3104
 MCS182305Seminar and Viva0002
Total 124018
Total Contact Hours per week : 16    
Total Credit: 18    

 

M.Sc. Computer Science 4th Semester

Sl. NoSub-CodeSubject
Hours per Week
Credits
LTPC

Theory

 MCS182401Cryptography 3104
 MCS182402Elective-II3104
 MCS182403Elective-III3104
Practical
 MCS182404Project work0044
Total 93416
Total Contact Hours per week : 16    
Total Credit: 16    





REQUIREMENT OF CLASSROOM ATTENDANCE

A student of M.Sc. CS (2 year programme) shall have to attend minimum 75% of total classes in each paper to be eligible to appear in each semester end examination.

EXAMINATION SYSTEM (As per ASTU Regulations)
(a) The semester examination shall be divided into two groups:Odd semester: First andThird ; Even Semester: Second and Fourth.
(b) The semester examinations will be conducted by the ASTU during the month of May-June for second and fourth and during the month of Nov-Dec for First and Third semesters.
(c) To be eligible to appear in the M.Sc CS End Semester Examinations as a regular candidate, a student must attend 75% of the lectures delivered during the academic session. A student who attends at least 60% of the lectures delivered shall, however, be allowed to appear in the Examination as a non-collegiate candidate on payment of a prescribed fee.

 

 

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