 Instructor: guj_innovative
 Lectures: 12
 Duration: 148 weeks
Course Overview :
B.Sc in Computer Science is a threeyear undergraduate degree course that deals with the principles and applications of the computer. The main agenda of the degree course is the technical implementation of computers and computer systems. Students in the threeyear degree course undertake various term papers, practical sessions and learning theoretical foundations of the computer.
The main aim of this program is to create quality professionals and research fellows who can work in every sector of the world by implementing the technology of computer systems and software.
Eligibility criteria :
The minimum eligibility criteria for this course are:
 Students must have cleared higher secondary classes (Class 12) from a recognized board with 50%60%of the score.
 The stream should be science with Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. Having computer Science is also favorable in some universities.
Job Opportunities:
The large spectrum of job opportunities available to aspirants of B.Sc Computer Science are enlisted below:
 Software Developer to Project Manager to Software Architect
 Testing Engineer to QA Specialist
 Web Developer / Mobile App Developer
 Technical Support Engineer to Technical Director
 IT Technical Content Developer
B.Sc Computer Science Syllabus
I Year  
Group  Subject 
Foundation  Hindi 
English  
Entrepreneurship  
Computer Science  Fundamentals of Computers 
Programming in C  
Practical  
Mathematics  Algebra and Trigonometry 
Calculus and Differential Equations  
Vector Analysis and Geometry  
Physics  Mathematical Physics, Mechanics and Properties of Matter 
Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics  
Practical 
II Year  
Group  Subject 
Foundation  Hindi 
English  
Environment  
Computer Science  Object Oriented Programming Concept Using C++ 
Data Structures  
Practical  
Mathematics  Abstract Algebra 
Advanced Calculus  
Differential Equations  
Physics  Optics 
Electrostatics, Magneto statics and Electrodynamics  
Practical 
III Year  
Group  Subject 
Foundation  Hindi 
English  
Fundamentals of Computers  
Computer Science  Database Management System 
Operating System Concepts  
Practical  
Mathematics  Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis 
Real and Complex Analysis  
Optional Paper*
1.Statistical Methods 2.Discrete Mathematics 3.Mechanics 4.Mathematical Modeling 5.Financial Mathematics 

Physics  Quantum Mechanics and SpectroscopyI 
Quantum Mechanics and SpectroscopyII  
Practical 

First Year
In this section we'll show you how this course has been structured and how to get the most out of it. We'll also show you how to solve the exercises and submit quizzes.

Lecture 1.1Foundation Hindi English Entrepreneurship

Lecture 1.2Computer Science Fundamentals of Computers Programming in C Practical

Lecture 1.3Mathematics Algebra and Trigonometry Calculus and Differential Equations Vector Analysis and Geometry

Lecture 1.4Physics Mathematical Physics, Mechanics and Properties of Matter Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics Practical


Second Year
In this section you'll learn some basic concepts of programming languages and how to use them. You'll also learn how to write clean code using different code editors and tools.

Lecture 2.1Foundation Hindi English Environment

Lecture 2.2Computer Science Object Oriented Programming Concept Using C++ Data Structures Practical

Lecture 2.3Mathematics Abstract Algebra Advanced Calculus Differential Equations

Lecture 2.4Physics Optics Electrostatics, Magneto statics and Electrodynamics Practical


Third Year
In this section you'll learn some core concepts of Object Oriented Programming. You'll also learn how to structure the data, debug and handling exceptions.

Lecture 3.1Foundation Hindi English Fundamentals of Computers

Lecture 3.2Computer Science Database Management System Operating System Concepts Practical

Lecture 3.3Mathematics Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis Real and Complex Analysis Optional Paper* 1.Statistical Methods 2.Discrete Mathematics 3.Mechanics 4.Mathematical Modeling 5.Financial Mathematics

Lecture 3.4Physics Quantum Mechanics and SpectroscopyI Quantum Mechanics and SpectroscopyII Practical
