About

Vision

Creating competent professionals capable of taking leading role in the industry. To provide the community with the graduates, who will practice the profession with ethics, integrity and social responsibility.

Mission

Persistently strive, to inculcate the requisite skills in the budding I.T. professionals, innovators and entrepreneurs. Making them competent professionals, enabling them to take up any kind of challenges in any of the industry. Also, to sensitize them towards their social and moral responsibilities.

About The Department

The Department of Information Technology and Computer Science came into being in 2001.

The Department was started with the object of promoting specialized knowledge in the field of Computer Science and Computer Application. The Department strives to channelize talented youth of the region to this challenging and knowledge intensive field by imparting quality technical knowledge and skills in the field.

The programmes under the department are:

  • B.Sc.(I.T.)
  • B.Sc.(C.S.)
  • M.Sc.(I.T.)

The programmes have been designed by the University of Mumbai, keeping in mind the needs of the global Information Technology Industry.

We leverage the MOUs signed with Google, Zensar Ltd., Oracle University for progression of our students academics as well as their career.

Faculty members of the Department endeavor to be guides, counselors and facilitators to the students in order to sharpen their technical, leadership and organizational skills.

The department has adopted various practices for students’ support like:

  • Student – Student Mentoring
  • Guardian Teacher
  • Students Exchange Programme
  • Advance learners

The Department has a “Computer Association”. It gives a good platform to students for their overall personality development. Various technical as well as social events are conducted under this banner. All these events are organized by students of the department under the guidance of teacher in-charge of the association.

We believe in continuous improvement and strive for excellence.

Some of the ways adopted to remain focused on our propulsion are:

I. Unbiased paper assessment
II. Exit feedback from T.Y. students
III. Project Sessions
IV. Training for MH-CET for M.C.A. course
V. Alumni associates
VI. Students exchange programme

Future Plans

  • To improve placement ratio with the help of Alumni
  • To improve linkages with the industry and institutes
  • To organize State/National level conference
  • To motivate student for industry internship

Admission Eligibility Rules for Three Years of Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (B.Sc.I.T.)

First YearSecond YearThird Year
HSC to First SemesterFirst to Second SemesterSecond to Third SemesterThird to Fourth SemesterFourth to Fifth SemesterFifth to Sixth Semester
HSC (Science / Commerce stream) with MathematicsAny number of ATKT's in I SemesterAll clear in I and II Semesters OR not more than 2 ATKT's in each of I and II Semesters. (In other words, ATKT marks not exceeding 200)All Clear in I, II and III Semesters OR Any number of ATKT's in III Semester and not more than 2 ATKT's in I and II Semesters each (In other words, ATKT marks not exceeding 200)All clear in I, II, III and IV Semesters OR I and II Semester all clear and not more than 2 ATKT's in each Semester of III and IV Semester OR III and IV Semester all clear and not more that 2 ATKT's in each semester of I and II (In other words, ATKT marks not exceeding 200)All clear in I, II, III, IV and V Semesters OR Any number of ATKT's in V Semester and not more than 2 ATKT's in III and IV Semesters and all clear in I and II Semesters OR Any number of ATKT's in V Semester and not more than 2 ATKT's in I and II Semesters and all clear in III and IV Semesters (In other words, ATKT marks not exceeding 200)

List of subjects for the Three Year B.Sc. Information Technology

F.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology

First SemesterSecond Semester
Professional Communication SkillsWeb Designing and Programming
Applied Mathematics - IApplied Mathematics - II
Fundamentals of Information TechnologyMicroprocessor and Microcontrollers
Electronics and Communication TechnologyDatabase Management Systems
Introduction to C++ ProgrammingData Communication and Networking Standards

S.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology

Third SemesterFourth Semester
Logical and Discrete MathematicsSoftware Engineering
Computer GraphicsMultimedia
Advanced SQLJava and Data Structures
Object Oriented Programming with C++Quantitative Methods
Modern Operating SystemsEmbedded Systems