MASTER OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE [M.Sc. (CS)]

The M.Sc. (Computer Science) course is approved by the University of Mysore. It is a four semester programme.The first three semesters will have both theory and practical components. The last semester (fourth semester) is exclusively for project work. The department is well-equipped with state –of-the-art lab and highly qualified faculty members.

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ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR M.Sc. (CS)

The M.Sc. (Computer Science) course is approved by the University of Mysore. It is a four semester programme. The first three semesters will have both theory and practical components. The last semester (fourth semester) is exclusively for project work. The department is well-equipped with state –of-the-art lab and highly qualified faculty members.

The candidates who have passed B.Sc. with Computer Science/Computer Applications/Vocational computer Applications/Computer Maintenance/Computer Systems as an optional course/BCA with minimum 45% marks in cognate subject and should have also studied Mathematics as a major or a minor subject are eligible (relaxed to 40% of SC, ST and Category 1 Candidates). The candidates should have also studied Mathematics as a major or a minor subject in their B.Sc./BCA degree. The definition of the minimum percentage is as prescribed by the University of Mysore from time to time.

OVERALL COURSE STRUCTURE

To obtain M.Sc in Computer Science, a candidate has to complete a total of 76 credits by studying various courses of different categories as mentioned below.

CORE COURSES

To obtain M.Sc in Computer Science, a candidate has to complete a total of 76 credits by studying various courses of different categories as mentioned below.

A course which should compulsorily be studied by a candidate as a core- requirement is termed as a Core course. A Core course may be a Soft Core if there is a choice or an option for the candidate to choose a course from a pool of courses from the main discipline / subject of study or from a sister/related discipline / subject which supports the main discipline / subject. In contrast to the phrase Soft Core, a compulsory core course is called a Hard Core Course.

M.Sc in Computer Science (CBCS)-2012

I Semester

SL NO

SUBJECT

 

CREDIT PATTERN

(L:T:P)

CREDITS

1 Discrete Mathematics Hard core 2:0:0 2
2 Principles of Programming and Problem Solving Hard core 2:2:0 4
3 Advanced Data Structures Hard core 2:2:0 4
  Any two of the following subjects      
4 Computer Architecture Hard core 2:0:0 2
5 Numerical Algorithms(optional) Soft Core 3:1:0 4
6 Microprocessor(optional) Soft Core 2:1:1 4
7 Computer Graphics(optional) Soft Core 2:1:1 4
     

Total Credits-I Semester

20

Total Credits-I Semester=20

NOTE:Select any two optional subjects

II Semester

SL NO

SUBJECT

 

CREDIT PATTERN

(L:T:P)

CREDITS

1 Algorithmics Hard core 2:1:1  4
2 Computer Networks Hard core 3:1:0  4
3 System Software and Operating System Hard core 3:1:0  4
 

Any one of the following subjects

     
4 Graph Theory(optional) Soft Core 3:1:0  4
5 Data Communication(optional) Soft Core 3:1:0  4
6 Pattern Recognition(optional) Soft Core 2:1:1  4
7 Java Programming(optional) Soft Core 2:0:2  4
      Total Credits-II Semester 16
8 Introduction to Information Technology Open Elective 2:2:0  4

Total Credits-II Semester 16

NOTE:Select any one optional subjects

III Semester

SL NO

SUBJECT

 

CREDIT PATTERN

(L:T:P)

CREDITS

1 Theory of Languages Hard core 2:1:1  4
2 Data Base Management System Hard core 2:1:1  4
3 Software Engineering Hard core 3:1:0  4
 

Any ONE of the following subjects

     
4 Artificial Intelligence(optional) Soft Core 3:1:0  4
5 Digital Image Processing(optional) Soft Core 2:1:1  4
6 Dot Net Technology(optional) Soft Core 2:0:2  4
      Total Credits-III Semester 16

7

Programming Concepts in C

Open Elective

2:2:0

 4

Total Credits-III Semester 16

NOTE:Select any one optional subjects

IV Semester

SL NO

SUBJECT

 

CREDIT PATTERN

(L:T:P)

CREDITS

1 Dissertation

Hard core

   12
 

Any ONE of the following subjects

     
2 Compiler Construction(optional) Soft Core 3:1:0  4
3 Advanced Data Base Management System(optional) Soft Core 2:1:1  4
4

Data Mining(optional)

Soft Core 3:1:0  4
      Total Credits-IV Semester 16

5

Office Automation

Open Elective

2:2:0

 4

Total Credits-IV Semester 16

NOTE:Select any one optional subjects