B.Sc.(IT)

Guidelines for admission to BSc.IT

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE – INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (B.Sc.IT)

COURSE STRUCTURE:

FIRST YEAR B.Sc. (I.T.)

Semester-I
1.1 Introduction to Information theory
and applications
1.2 Mathematics I
1.3 Introduction to Digital  Electronics
1.4 Digital Computer Fundamentals
1.5 Introduction to Programming
Semester-II
2.1 Mathematics II
2.2 Design and analysis of algorithms
2.3 Electronics and
Tele-Communication System
2.4 Professional Skill
Development Course
2.5 Computer Graphics

SECOND YEAR B.Sc. (I.T.)

Semester-III
3.1 Computational Mathematics
3.2 Systems Programming
3.3 Object Oriented Programming
3.4 Computer Networks
3.5 Logic, Discrete Mathematical
Structures
Semester-IV
4.1 Data base concepts and Systems
4.2 Operating Systems
4.3 C++ and JAVA4.4 E-Commerce
4.5 SW Engineering

THIRD YEAR B.Sc. (I.T.)

Semester-V
5.1 Internet Security
5.2 Visual Basic 6
5.3 SQL 2
5.4 Elective I (Select one of Following)
5.5 Multimedia
5.6 Embedded Systems and Programming
Semester-VI
5.7 Web Design and Internet based applications
5.8 Advanced JAVA
5.9 Elective II (Select one of following)
5.10 ERP Systems
5.11 GIS5.12 Management Information Systems
5.13 BPR
6.1 C# (Pronounced as C Sharp)
6.2 Internet Technologies
6.3 CRM
6.4 Elective III (Select one of following)
6.5 Strategic IT Management
6.6 Total Supply Chain Management
6.7 Project Management
6.8 IT Laws and Patents
6.9 Project

5051: A candidate for being eligible for admission to the degree course in Bachelor of Science – Information Technology, shall have passed XII Std. Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent with Mathematics as one of the subject and should have secured not less than 45% marks in aggregate and 40% marks in aggregate in case of reserved category candidates.  AND

Candidates who have passed Diploma in Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Computer Technology / Information Technology / Electrical, Electronics & Video Engineering and Allied Branches/ Mechanical and Allied branches, Civil and Allied branches of Engineering after S.S.C. (Xth standard) are eligible for direct admission to the Second Year of the B.Sc. (I.T.) degree course. However, the Diploma should be recognized by the Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education or any other recognized Government body. Minimum marks required 45% aggregate for open category candidates and 40% aggregate for reserved category candidates.  OR

Students with Post HSC – Diploma in Computer Engineering / Computer Science / Computer Technology/Information Technology and Allied Branches will be eligible for direct admission to the Second Year of B.Sc. (I.T.) However, the Diploma should be recognized by the Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education or any other recognized Government body.

Duration of the course shall be six semesters spread over 3 years.

i)    Original Mark Sheet of H.S.C. and  Leaving Certificate along with two photo copies for F.Y. admission.
ii)    Original Mark sheet of Semester I & II along with 2 photo copies for S.Y. admission.
iii)    Original Mark sheet of Semester I, II, III & IV along with 2 photo copies for T.Y. admission.
iv)    For new admission to S.Y./T.Y.- NOC with enrollment details to be produced from the previous college.
v)    Two recent passport size photographs for all classes.
vi)    Address Proof (Photo copy of Ration Card/ Electricity Bill/Telephone Bill/ Passport/ Driving License) any one.
vii)     Caste Certificates (if applicable)
viii)    Eligibility Certificate (issued by University) for students coming from other than Maharashtra Board and Maharashtra Technical Board)
ix)    Physically challenged candidates should produce the relevant certificate from competent authority.
Note:- In case the original mark sheet of H.S.C. has been submitted for admission to any college, certificate to that effect, signed by the Principal of that college must be produced.

i.    Theory paper Max Marks = 100
ii.    Practical / Tutorial = 50 (25 marks internal assessment and 25 marks external assessment in case of practical and 50 marks internal assessment in case of tutorial)
iii.    In case of tutorials, a minimum of 5-problems have to be assigned, each assessed for 10 marks.
iv.    Semester six has a project work of 250 marks. The assessment of the project work is as under :-
A.    2 Presentations of 50 marks each during the semester (Total 100 marks)
B.    At the end of the semester, assessment will be as follows :-
i.    for the report 50 marks
ii.    presentation 50 marks
iii.    viva-voce 50 marks Total 150 marks.

1.    A student is said to have passed, if he / she secures 40% of marks allotted in each head of passing. Theory of 100 marks and (TW / Practical / Tutorial of 50 marks) are treated as separate heads of passing.
2.    A student is said to have passed a Semester, if he / she passes in all heads of passing of the semester.
3.    A student is eligible to be admitted to Semester II, irrespective of Number of heads of failure in the First Semester.
4.    A student is eligible for admission to Semester III, if either the student passes Semester I& II          OR
The student fails in a combination of Theory and/or Practical taken in Semester I or Semester II or together where the total marks does not exceed 200.
5.    A student is eligible for admission to Semester IV, irrespective of Number of heads of failure in Semester III. However, the student has to clear Semester I and II, in order to appear for Semester IV examination.
6.    A student is eligible for admission to Semester V, if either the student passes Semester III and IV    OR
The student fails in a combination of Theory and/or Practical taken in Semester III or Semester IV or together, where the total marks does not exceed 200.
7.    A student is eligible for admission to Semester VI, irrespective of Number of heads of failure in Semester V. The results of VI should be kept in abeyance until the student clears Semesters III, IV and V in full.
8.    The class is awarded Semester wise for Semesters I, II, III & IV. However, Semesters V and VI will be taken together for award of class i.e. in final year.
1.    Award of class is based on first attempt and all papers given in the same sitting.
2.    Students passing in parts will be awarded Pass class irrespective of the cumulative percentage of marks.
9.    There will be one repeat examination (for Semester I, II, III and IV) for those who have failed or remained absent. The absent students will be allowed to appear for the examination by the head of the institution after following the necessary procedure. This examination will be held 30 days after the declaration of results but not later than 60 days.
10.    The candidates who are repeaters at the B.Sc. (IT) examination shall be granted exception from reappearing to term work project and viva-voce if they have secured minimum marks required for passing in these heads at their previous examination.