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  • Feb 10, 2018
    One-day National Conference on
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    State level Workshop on “Preparing Libraries as per NAAC’s Revised Accreditation Framework” and “Recent UGC Norms concerned with API & CAS for Librarians” on 6th February, 2018 at 09.00am. ... more
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    Parents Meeting at 10:00 am ... more
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PRIDE-2016

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20th Aug, 2016

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BSC (IT)

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History of Department:
In this era, the IT sector is growing at much faster pace thereby making various job opportunities available for the students. With this view in mind, Pragati college of Arts and Commerce, Dombivli introduced the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology course in the year 2008-09, so that students can grab this golden chance and can start their IT career by developing themselves in this field, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology is a three year degree course that provides a detailed understanding of various concepts of software, database and networking.
 
Goals & Objectives:
  • The core objectives are to ensure that students graduate with :
  • Substantial knowledge of a broad class of Robust Problem solving Techniques.
  • Ability to clearly communicate Technical concepts both orally and in writing
  • Ability to readily work with other discipline.
  • The ability to design, implement and analyse computational systems.
  • To inculcate practical approach by using innovative technology in the field of IT. 

Reports:
  1. Report of Various Activities

Present Members of Department
Prof. Vaishali Gujare

HOD, Assistant Professor


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Prof. Rupali Patil

Assistant Professor


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Prof. Chandana Malvade

Assistant Professor


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Prof. Snehal Borle

Assistant Professor


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