About the Program

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Due to computerization of various sectors such as industry, banks, financial services etc have resulted in enormous amounts of digital data. Such data is to be properly managed by database management systems. The study of database management systems will help to master the principles, tools, and techniques used in design, programming, administration and security of database management systems with a Database Management specialization. As a professional in this field, one should be able to analyze the data needs of an organization or company, and determine how to organize and store the data in logical and useful ways. Hence there is good scope for taking up the program with specialization in Database Management Systems.

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

VISION

The department of Computer Applications aims to transform graduates into software experts with high degree of technical skill and to encourage students towards research.

MISSION

  • To establish a strong foundation of industrial, R&D and academic collaborations for training and research.
  • To provide strong theoretical foundation complemented with extensive practical training.
  • To design and deliver curriculum to meet the changing the needs of industry.
  • To promote all round personality development of the students through interaction with alumni, academia and industry.

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) are defined and developed for each program with the consultation and involvement of various stakeholders such as management, students, industry, regulating authorities, alumni, faculty and parents.
Their interests, social relevance and contributions are taken into account in defining and developing the PEOs.

The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of the Computer Applications are listed below:

  • PEO I : To provide students with a strong foundation in the Mathematical,Scientific and Engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyse engineering problems and to prepare them for graduate studies, R&D.
  • PEO II : To provide exposure to cutting edge technologies with adequate training and opportunities to work as teams on multidisciplinary projects with effective communication skills, ethics and leadership qualities.
  • PEO III : To prepare the students for a successful career in IT and ITES industries with effective Institute‐Industry Interaction.
  • PEO IV : To inculcate the desire for lifelong learning and contribute to the society and introduce them the best practices.

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (ALIGNED WITH GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES) (PO)

At the end of this program, graduates will be able to

  • PO 1: Computer knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, computer Fundamentals to IT applications.
  • PO 2: Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for IT applications using latest technologies and develop and implement the solutions using various latest languages.
  • PO 3: Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex IT applications with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO 4: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the IT analyst solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.
  • PO 5: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 6: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

At the end of this program, graduates will be able to execute the outcomes defined by Professional body.

  • PSO 1: Impart the basic knowledge and conceptual understanding of Computing Systems through mathematical and analytical skills.
  • PSO 2: Associate the learning from the courses related to Databases, Operating Systems, Data Structures, Programming Languages to arrive at solutions to real world problems.
  • PSO 3: Design and develop database systems used for storing digital data in real world applications
Salient Features

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

  • Detailed description on relational database management system concepts
  • Application case studies and project on DBMS in varied fields
Career Opportunities

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Students specializing in database management systems will be able to find opportunities in a variety of on-demand, database-related domains to occupy the role of data analyst, database administrator or database designer. There is a huge demand for computer-savvy graduates with this specialization and this degree will surely bridge the gap. The importance attached to database management systems has become strategically essential. A skilled professional who has a comprehension of information systems will command very competitive salaries.

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

SEMESTER I

SL.NOCOURSE
CATEGORY
COURSE
CODE
NAME OF THE COURSELTPCSTCH
1BSELA4104English ‐100303
2BSMAA1101Applied Mathematics300303
3BSBCB2101Computer Concepts & Problem Solving10404
4BSBCB2102Introduction to Digital Logic Fundamentals310404
5PCBCB2103Programming in C300303
PRACTICAL
6PCBCB2131Computer Concepts and Problem Solving Laboratory002102
7PCBCB2132C Programming Laboratory002102
Total15 2419021
L – Lecture; T – Tutorial; P – Practical; S- Self Study; C – Credit; TCH -Total Contact Hour

SEMESTER II

SL.NOCOURSE
CATEGORY
COURSE
CODE
NAME OF THE COURSELTPCSTCH
1BSELA4116English –II00303
2BSGEA1116Business Statistics310404
3PCBCB2116Data Structures310404
4PCBCB2117Microprocessors300303
5BSGEA2117Introduction to Accounting300303
PRACTICAL
6PCBCB2141Data Structures Lab002102
7BSGEA1146Accounting Laboratory002102
Total152419021
L – Lecture; T – Tutorial; P – Practical; S- Self Study; C – Credit; TCH -Total Contact Hour

SEMESTER III

SL.NOCOURSE
CATEGORY
COURSE
CODE
NAME OF THE COURSELTPCSTCH
1PCBCB2201Web Designing300303
2PCBCB2202PC Hardware & Networking300303
3PCBCB2203Software Engineering302405
4PCBCB2204Object Oriented Programming300303
5PCBCB2205Computer Organization300303
PRACTICAL
6PCBCB2231Object Oriented Programming Laboratory002102
7PCBCB2232Web Designing Laboratory002102
Total150618021
L – Lecture ; T – Tutorial ; P – Practical ; S- Self Study; C – Credit; TCH -Total Contact Hour

SEMESTER IV

SL.NOCOURSE
CATEGORY
COURSE
CODE
NAME OF THE COURSELTPCSTCH
1PCBCB2216Web Programming using PHP302405
2PCBCB2217Operating Systems300303
3PCBCB2218Computer Networks300303
4PCBCB2219Database Management Systems300303
5PCBCB2220Enterprise Resource Planning300303
PRACTICAL
6PCBCB2241Relational Database Management Systems Laboratory02102
7PCBCB2242Operating Systems Laboratory002102
Total150618021
L – Lecture ; T – Tutorial ; P – Practical ; S- Self Study; C – Credit; TCH -Total Contact Hour

SEMESTER V

SL.NOCOURSE
CATEGORY
COURSE
CODE
NAME OF THE COURSELTPCSTCH
1PCBCB2301Multimedia Systems300303
2PCBCB2302Introduction to java programming300303
3PCBCB2303Introduction to python programming300303
4DE******E1 Elective – I300303
5DE******E2 Elective – II300303
PRACTICAL
6PCBCB2331Multimedia Systems Laboratory002120
7PCBCB2332Java Programming laboratory002120
Total150417019
L – Lecture ; T – Tutorial ; P – Practical ; S- Self Study; C – Credit; TCH -Total Contact Hour

SEMESTER VI

SL.NOCOURSE
CATEGORY
COURSE
CODE
NAME OF THE COURSELTPCSTCH
1PCBCB2316Computer Graphics300303
2PCBCB2317Data Warehousing and Data Mining300303
3DE******E3 Elective – III300303
4DE******E4 Elective – IV300303
5DE******E5 Elective – V300303
PRACTICAL
6PCBCB2346Project Work008408
Total150819023
L – Lecture ; T – Tutorial ; P – Practical ; S- Self Study; C – Credit; TCH -Total Contact Hour
Curriculum and Syllabus

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS