B.SC(MSCs)

Bachelor of Science (MSCs)

To enhance the students reasoning, analytical and problem solving skills
To identify and solve significant problems across a broad range of application areas.
To help students gain the ability to identify, formulate and solve challenging problems in hardware and software systems

Program Structure

I Year

Semester I

  • Human Values and Professional Ethics
  • Mathematics-I (Differential Calculus) Theory
  • Mathematics-I (Differential Calculus) Practical
  • Statistics-I (Descriptive Statistics, Probability & Random variable) Theory
  • Statistics-I (Descriptive Statistics, Probability & Random variable) Practical
  • Computer Science-I (Object Oriented Programming using C ++) Theory
  • Computer Science-I (Object Oriented Programming using C ++) Practical

Semester II

  • Indian Heritage and Culture
  • Mathematics-II:Differential Equations (Theory)
  • Mathematics-II:Differential Equations (Practical)
  • Statistics-II: Mathematical Expectations & Probability Distributions (Theory)
  • Statistics-II:  Mathematical Expectations & Probability Distributions (Practical)
  • Computer Science-II:Data Structures and file processing (Theory)
  • Computer Science-II:Data Structures and file processing (Practical)

II Year

Semester III

  • Environmental Studies
  • Mathematics-III:Real Analysis (Theory)
  • Mathematics-III:Real Analysis (Practical)
  • Statistics-III: Correlation, Regression & Estimation theory (Theory)
  • Statistics-III: Correlation, Regression & Estimation theory (Practical)
  • Computer Science-III: Numerical Computing (Theory)
  • Computer Science-III: Numerical Computing (Practical)
  • Choose any one:
    1. Vector Calculus(Mathematics)
    2.Linear Programming Problems (Mathematics)
    3. Index Numbers & Introduction to R – Programming (Stats)

Semester IV

  • Science & Civilization
  • Mathematics-IV: Algebra (Theory)
  • Mathematics-IV: Algebra (Practical)
  • Statistics-IV : Statistical Inference  (Theory)
  • Statistics-IV : Statistical Inference (Practical)
  • Computer Science-IV:Design and Analysis of Algorithms (Theory)
  • Computer Science-IV: Design and Analysis of Algorithms (Practical)
  • Choose any one:
    1. Multiple Integral. (Mathematics)
    2. Transportation, Assignment Problems and Job sequencing (Mathematics)
    3. Time Series.(Stats)

III Year

Semester V

  • Choose any one:
    Mathematics-V: (Theory)
    1.  Numerical Analysis
    2. Complex Analysis.
  • Mathematics-V: (Practical)
    1. Numerical Analysis
    2. Complex Analysis
  • Choose any one:
    Statistics-V : (Theory)
    1.Sampling Techniques & Vital statistics
    2. Operations Research.
  • Statistics-V : (Practical)
    1.Sampling Techniques & Vital Statistics
    2. Operations Research.
  • Choose any one:
    Computer Science-V (Theory)
    1. Operating Systems
    2.Data Mining
    3. Cryptography
  • Computer Science-V (Practical)
    1. Operating Systems
    2.Data Mining
    3. Cryptography
  • Choose any one:
    1. Numerical Methods.  (Mathematics)
    2. Number Theory   (Mathematics)
    3. Linear Programming Problems (Stats)
    4.ComputerGraphics (Computer Science)
    5.Electronic Commerce (Computer Science)

Semester VI

  • Choose any one:
    Mathematics-VI: (Theory)  1. Linear Algebra
    2. Matrices.
  • Mathematics-VI:(Practical)
    1. Linear Algebra
    2. Matrices.
  • Choose any one:
    Statistics-VI: (Theory)
    1.SQC & Designs of Experiment
    2.  Demand Analysis, Reliability & Official Statistics
  • Statistics-VI : (Practical)
    1.SQC & Designs of Experiment
    2.Demand Analysis, Reliability &Official Statistics
  • Choose any one:
    Computer Science-VI (Theory)
    1.Information Security
    2.Database Applications
    3.Computer Networks
  • Computer Science-VI (Practical)
    1.Information Security
    2.Database Applications
    3.Computer Networks
  • Choose any Subject:
    Project (Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Science)