To provide leading programs in computer science whose graduates are globally recognized as innovative and well-prepared computing professionals
To produce computer science graduates who, trained in the design, implementation, and analysis of computational systems and skilled in technology will contribute towards the advancement of computing science and technology
The Department of Computer Science was established in the year 1993. Computer Science is a broad field which encompasses all aspects of computers, including the design and application of both hardware and software. Career opportunities are diverse and are found in computer design, manufacturing, development, testing, transportation, communications, research, education, and management. It helps students to become responsible Computer and IT professionals with strong moral values. Department organizes and encourages co-curricular activities like Seminars, Workshops, Guest lectures, Educational trips and a visit to Research Institutes. The Computer Science department of MSRCASC aims to educate students in the science and practice of IT. The emphasis is on hands-on practical training of software development. The curriculum prepares students for a career in the fast lane of software development and programming. The program enables the student to be updated on the latest revolution in technology and equips the students with the required skills and knowledge to assimilate into the industry at ease. The content delivery is uniquely complemented by extensive practical training. The course covers computer programming, algorithms, problem-solving, software development, mathematics, artificial intelligence, software engineering, operating systems, and graphics and so on. The curriculum also allows students to opt from a number of elective subjects. The department has got well established spacious laboratories to provide good lab facility.
BCA – Bachelor of Computer Applications
BSc – Bachelor of Science (Electronics / Computer Science / Mathematics)
Pass in 10+2 / equivalent in any discipline with 60 %.
About the Course
BCA – Bachelor of Computer Applications is a three year under a graduate program conducted in six semesters. Students who undergo this program acquire the required qualification to do significant work in the IT industry. The subjects covered in the course of study include the following Mathematical foundation for Computer Science, Programming in C, Computer Organisation and Microprocessors, Business Communication and Personality Development, Discrete Mathematical Structures with Applications to Computer Science, Data Structures Using C, Database Management Systems, Object Oriented Programming using C++, Accounting and Financial Management, Computer Graphics, Software Engineering, Java Programming, Analysis and Design of Algorithms, Artificial Intelligence and Internet Information Technology. The computer science subjects are studied by the students in all the six semesters. Languages are studied during the first four semesters there is also interdisciplinary subjects such as Indian Constitution & Environment Science in the Curriculum.
BSc – Bachelor of Science is a three year under a graduate program conducted in six semesters. It is a tri-major course with Electronics, Computer science, and Mathematics. The curriculum is followed as per the revised syllabus. In accordance with the revised syllabus laboratories and library do get updated regularly. The core subjects are studied by the students in all the six semesters. Languages are studied during the first four semesters there are also interdisciplinary subjects such as Indian Constitution & http://msrcasc.edu.in/CS/Mrs.Suma.C Environment Science per semester in the Curriculum.
The students are appraised based on their involvement and participation in tutorials, lecture classes, and practical studies. They are also assessed by the project work and seminars apart from the examinations conducted by the Institution and the University.
Internal Assessment: Internal marks are assessed based on the performance of the student in tests, assignments, seminars, attendance, punctuality, interaction relating to the subject during class hours, approach in solving the problem – awareness, progress, creative thinking development and the overall attitude of the student.