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  • DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

    CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS

    Under CBCS

    (Applicable for Students admitted from Academic Year 2018-19)

    Bachelor of Computer Applications

    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

    SCHOOL OF COMPUTING SCIENCES

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    HINDUSTAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE

    VISION AND MISSION

    VISION

    “TO MAKE EVERY MAN A SUCCESS AND NO MAN A FAILURE”

    MISSION

    To create an ecosystem that promotes learning and world class research.

    To nurture creativity and innovation.

    To instill highest ethical standards and values.

    To pursue activities for the development of the Society.

    To develop national and international collaborations with institutes and industries of

    eminence.

    To enable graduates to become future leaders and innovators.

    VALUE STATEMENT

    Integrity, Innovation, Internationalization

    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

    VISION AND MISSION

    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.

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    B.C.A. – Computer Applications PROGRAMME 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 analyze 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

    PO1 Computer knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, computer

    Fundamentals to IT applications.

    PO2 Design/Development of solutions: Design solutions for It applications using latest

    technologies and develop and implement the solutions uisng various latest

    languages.

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    PO3 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 unerstanding of the limitations.

    PO4 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.

    PO5 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and respon‐

    sibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

    PO6 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or

    leader in diverse teams, and in multidiciplinary settings.

    PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSO)

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

    Professional body.

    PSO1: To impart the basic knowledge and conceptual understanding of Computing Systems

    through mathematical and analytical skills.

    PSO2: To develop the skill set of the students in the domains of Enterprise Systems and

    security.

    PSO3: To improve the analytical knowledge of the students for innovative system design

    using modern tools and techniques as a team.

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    ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR

    B.A / B. Sc / BBA/ B.COM/BCA DEGREE PROGRAMME

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Clause No. Contents Page

    Number

    I Preamble 3

    II Definitions and Nomenclatures 3

    1. Vision, Mission and Objectives 6

    2. Admission 6

    3. Student Discipline 8

    4. Structure of the Under Graduate Degree Programme in Liberal

    Arts and Applied Science

    8

    5. Faculty Advisor 11

    6. Registration for courses in a Semester 12

    7. Under graduate (Hons.) in Liberal Arts and Applied Science 13

    8. Liberal Arts / Applied Science stream with Minor Specialization in

    Under graduate degree

    13

    9. Attendance 13

    10. Assessment Procedure 14

    11. Procedure for Course Repetition 17

    12. Maximum Duration 17

    13. Temporary Withdrawal 18

    14. Declaration of results 16

    15. Grading 19

    16. Grade Sheet 19

    17. Class and Division 20

    18. Transfer of credits 21

    19. Eligibility for Award of the degree 21

    20. Change of Discipline 21

    21. Power to modify 21

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    I. PREAMBLE

    As per the recommendations of UGC, the Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science

    (HITS) has introduced Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) from the academic year 2015‐16.

    Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is a proven, flexible mode of learning in higher education

    which facilitates a student to have guided freedom in selecting his/her own choices of courses

    in the curriculum for completing a degree program. CBCS offers a flexible system of learning.

    The system permits a student to

    (i) Learn at their own pace through flexible registration process.

    (ii) Choose electives from a wide range of courses offered by parent and other departments.

    (iii) Undergo additional courses to acquire the required number of credits for obtaining

    Liberal Arts / Applied Science (Hons.)

    (iv) Undergo additional courses in their special areas of interest and earn additional credits

    to obtain Liberal Arts /Applied Science with Minor Specialization.

    (v) Adopt an interdisciplinary approach in learning.

    (vi) Avail transfer of Credits.

    (vii) Gain Non – CGPA credits to enhance skill/employability by taking up project work,

    entrepreneurship, co‐curricular and vocational training.

    (viii) Make the best use of the expertise of available faculty.

    (ix) Learn and earn credits through MOOC and Project Based Learning.

    (x) Enhance their Knowledge, Skill and Attitude through participation in innovative Curriculum

    Design, Delivery and Assessments.

    The Curriculum is designed to take into the factors listed in the Choice Based Credit System

    (CBCS) with a focus on Project Based Learning and Industrial Training so as to enable the

    students become eligible and fully equipped for employment in industries, higher studies or

    entrepreneurship.

    II. DEFINITIONS AND NOMENCLATURE

    In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires:

    1. “Programme” means, Degree Programme that is Undergraduate Degree in Liberal Arts

    /Applied Science Stream Programme.

    2. “Discipline” means, specialization or branch of Degree Programme, *E.g. Fashion Design,

    Computer Applications, Commerce, Viscom, Arts etc.,].

    3. “Course” means a theory or practical subject that is normally studied in a semester, like

    Business Economics, Finance and Accounting, etc.

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    4. “Vice – Chancellor” means the Head of the Institution.

    5. “Registrar” is the Head of all Academic and General Administration of the Institute.

    6. “Dean Academics” means the authority of the University, who is responsible for all

    academic activities of the Academic Programmes for implementation of relevant rules

    and Regulations pertaining to the Academic Programmes.

    7. “Controller of Examinations” means, the authority of the University who is responsible

    for all activities of the University Examinations.

    8. “Dean – Student Affairs” is responsible for all studen