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B.Sc (I.T)

                     Bachelor of Science in Information Technology(B.Sc.I.T)

 

Introduction :

B.Sc(Information Technology) was established in the year 2003 in Mumbai University, with the objective of imparting quality education in the field of Information Technology. This unaided course is popular among students aspiring for a career in Information Technology. I.T has changed the face of life completely. B. Sc. (I.T) is a self-financing professional three years integrated degree course having six semesters which provides the understanding of the latest technologies with practical based knowledge. information & technologies merged & it produces the new techniques which help to use, manipulate, store & communicate the information. The main objective is to produce graduates who are able to cope with future development and changes in the IT sector. This degree is primarily focused on subjects such as software, databases, and networking. In general computer science degrees tend to focus on the mathematical and theoretical foundations of computing rather than emphasizing specific technologies.

Mumbai university or colleges teaches practical skills that are required to become a software developer. As logical reasoning and critical thinking are important in becoming a software professional this degree encompasses the complete process of software development from software design and development to final testing. The content is structured in ways that map explicitly on to modem technology and includes systems design, application development modern industrial-strength programming language, network design and management, web-application development including both server and client-side programming.

Objectives :

To make a seminal contribution at perspective policy and practice levels and to all dimensions of the interrelationship between technology and development, including the techno-economic, financial, and institutional dimensions related to IT. Provide training facilities in those areas where special skills are required for the efficient performance of the job in the field of IT. To impart state of art education and technical expertise to students in the area of IT. To develop skills, understanding, interest and attitudes which would enable the student to foster all-round growth and development of the student under their care related to IT.

Programme Outcome:

1) Attract talented students and provide them with a high-quality education to compete in the IT market.

2) Ensure the constant development of the education process, quality assurance, and quality of academic

3) program in accordance with standards.

4) Enhance the relationship with the local community to achieve integration between the educational and local environments and contribute to the development.

5) Recognize the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development.

Program  Specific Outcome:

a. Be able to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline.

b. Be able to analyze a problem and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.

c. Be able to design, implement, and evaluate a computer‐based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.

d. Be able to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal on project.

e. Understand professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.

g. Be able to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.

h. Be able to use current techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.

i. Be able to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies.

j. Be able to identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation, and administration of computer‐based systems.

k. Be able to effectively integrate IT‐based solutions into the user environment.

l. Understand best practices and standards and their application.

m. Be able to assist in the creation of an effective project plan.

 

First Yéar Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

(F.Y.B.Sc.Information Technology) Five Papers

  • Eligibility

a) First Semester

1. A candidate being eligible for admission tò the degree course of Bachelor of Science- Information Technology, passed XIlth Standard Examination of the Maharashtra Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or it's equivalent with Mathematics and Statics as one of the subjects and should have secured not less than 45% marks in ag9regate for open category &40% marks in aggregate o or reserved category.

b) Second Semester

A learner shall have t be allowed to keep for Semester II irrespective of number of courses of failure in Semester I.

 

                   B.SC (1-T) Programme F.Y.B.SC (Information Technology)

                             (Implemented from Academic Year - 2017-2018)

Semester -I

Course Code

Course Type

Course Title

Credits

 

USIT101

Core Subject

Imperative Programming

2

USIT102

Core Subject

Digital Electronics

2

USIT103

Core Subject

Operating Systems

2

USIT104

Core Subject

Discrete Mathematics

2

USIT105

Ability Enhancement Skill Course

Communication Skills

2

USIT1 P1

Core Subject Practical

Imperative Programming Practical

2

USIT1 P2

Core Subject Practical

Digital Electronics Practical

2

USIT1 P3

Core Subject Practical

Operating Systems Practical

2

USIT1 P4

Core Subject Practical

Discrete Mathematic Practical

2

USIT1 P5

Ability Enhancement Skill Course Practical

Communication Skills Practical

2

    Total Credit 20

 

Semester-II

Course Code

Course Type

Course Title

Credits

 

USIT201

Core Subject

Object Oriented Programming

2

USIT202

Core Subject

Microprocessor Architecture

2

USIT203

Core Subject

Web Programming

2

USIT204

Core Subject

Numerical and Statistical Methods

2

USIT205

Ability Enhancement Skill Course

Green Computing

2

USIT2 P1

Core Subject Practical

Object oriented Programming Practical

2

USIT2 P2

Core Subject Practical

Microprocessor Architecture Practical

2

USIT2 P3

Core Subject Practical

Web Programming Practical

2

USIT2 P4

Core Subject Practical

Numeral and Statistical Methods Practical

2

USIT2 P5

Ability Enhancement Skill Course Practical

Green Computing Practical

2

    Total Credit 20

 

Second Year - Bachelor of Science in Information Technology

(S.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology)

  • Eligibility

a) Third Semester

A Leamer shall have to be allowed to keep for Semester ll if he/she passes (grade 'E' or above in each course) each of Semester l and Semester ll examinations.

OR

He/She fails in not more than three courses with not more than total 200 marks, in each of Semester-I and Semester lI. (For all subjects carrying less than 900 marks.)

b) Candidate who have passed Diploma in Computer Engineers Computer Science / Computer Technology/ Information Technology /Electrical, Electrical, Electronics&Video Engineering and allied branches/Mechanical and allied branches, civil and allied branches of Engineering after S.S.C. (Xth Standard) are eligible for direct admission to the Second Year of the B.Sc. (1.T.) degree course. However, the Diploma should be recognized by the Board of Technical Education or any other recognized Government Body. Minimum marks required are 45% aggregate for Open Category Candidate and 40% aggregate for Reserved candidates.

c) Candidates with post-HSC Diploma in Computer Engineering/ Computer Science / Computer Technology /Information Technology and allied branches will be eligible for direct admission to the Second Year of B.Sc. (1.T.). However, the Diploma should be recognized by the Board of Technical Education or any other recognized Government Body. Minimum marks required is 45% aggregate for Open category candidates and 40% aggregate for reserved category candidates. 

Semester - III

Course Code

Course Type

Course Title

Credits

 

USIT301

Skill Enhancement Course

Python Programming

2

USIT302

Core Subject

Data Structures

2

USIT303

Core Subject

Computer Networks

2

USIT304

Core Subject

Database Management Systems

2

USIT305

Core Subject

Applied Mathematics

2

USIT3 P1

Skill Enhancement Course Core Practical

Python Programming Practical

2

USIT3 P2

Core Subject Practical

Data Structure Practical

2

USIT3 P3

Core Subject Practical

Computer Networks Practical

2

USIT3 P4

Core Subject Practical

Database Management System Practical

2

USIT3 P5

Core Subject Practical

Mobile Programming Practical

2

 

 

Total Credits

20

Semester - IV

Course Code

Course Type

Course Title

Credits

 

USIT401

Skill Enhancement Course

Core Java

2

USIT402

Core Subject

Introduction to Embedded systems

2

USIT403

Core Subject

Computer Oriented Statistical Techniques

2

USIT404

Core Subject

Software Engineering

2

USIT405

Core Subject

Computer Graphics and Animation

2

USIT4 P1

Skill Enhancement Course Core Practical

Core Java Practical

2

USIT4 P2

Core Subject Practical

Introduction to Embedded System Practical

2

USIT4 P3

Core Subject Practical

Computer Oriented Statistical Techniques Practical

2

USIT4 P4

Core Subject Practical

Software Engineering Practical

2

USIT4 P5

Core Subject Practical

Computer Graphics and Animation Practical

2

 

 

Total Credits

20

b) Fourth Semester
A learner shall have to be allowed to keep term for Semester IV irrespective of heads obtained in each
a course of Semester l
3) Third Year-Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
(T.Y.B.Sc.Information Technology)
Eligibility
a) Fifth Semester
A learner shall be allowed to keep terms for Semester V He/She passes Semester I, II, III & IV in full.
OR
Leamer shall have passed Semester l and Semester II in full and secured ATKT in the Second year by
failing in not more than three courses with not more than total of 200 marks in each of Semester ll and
Semester IV.
OR
Leamer shall have passed Semester III and Semester IV in full and Secured ATKT in the Second year by failing in not more than three courses with not more than total 200 marks in each of Semester I and
Semester II.

Semester V -

Course Code

Course Type

Course Title

Credits

 

USIT501

Skill Enhancement Course

Software Project Management

2

USIT502

Skill Enhancement Course

Internet of Things

2

USIT503

 

Skill Enhancement Course

Advanced Web Programming

2

USIT504

USIT505

Discipline Specific Elective (Any One)

 

Artificial Intelligence

Linux System Administration

2

USIT506

USIT507

Discipline Specific Elective (Any One)

 

Enterprise Java

Next Generation Technologies

2

USIT5P1

Skill Enhancement Course Practical

Project Dissertation

 

2

USIT5P2

Skill Enhancement Course Practical

Internet of Things Practical

 

2

USIT5P3

Skill Enhancement Course Practical

Advanced Web Programming Practical

2

USIT5P4

USIT5P5

Discipline Specific Elective

Practical (Any One)

Artificial Intelligence Practical

Linux Administration Practical

2

USIT5P6

USIT5P7

Discipline Specific Elective

Practical (Any One)

Enterprise Java Practical

Next Generation Technologies Practical

2

                                                                                                    Total

20

Semester VI -

 

Course Code

Course Type

Course Title

Credits

 

USIT601

Skill Enhancement Course

Software Quality Assurance

2

USIT602

Skill Enhancement Course

Security In Computing

2

USIT603

 

Skill Enhancement Course

Business Intelligence

2

USIT604

USIT605

Discipline Specific Elective (Any One)

 

Principles of Geographic Information System

Enterprise Networking

2

USIT606

USIT607

Discipline Specific Elective (Any One)

 

IT Service Management

Cyber Laws

2

USIT6P1

Skill Enhancement Course Practical

Project Implementation

2

USIT6P2

Skill Enhancement Course Practical

Security in computing Practical

2

USIT6P3

Skill Enhancement Course Practical

Business Intelligence Practical

2

USIT6P4

USIT6P5

Discipline Specific Elective

Practical (Any One)

Principles of Geographic Information

Systems Practical

Enterprise Networking Practical

2

USIT6P6

 

Skill Enhancement Course Practical

Advanced mobile Programming

2

                                                                                     Total

20

Note :

The Choice of Practical course is based on the theory Course. For Semester V, USITS04, USIT505,
USIT 506 and USIT 507, the practical course are USIT5P4, USITSP5, USIT 5P6, USITSP7. For Semester
VI, USIT604, USIT 605 the practical courses are USIT6P4, USIT 6P5 respectively. Practical Course
USIT6P6 Is compulsory.

 

B.Sc(Information Technology) Course Structure:

FYBSC(IT) SYLLABUS

https://old.mu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/4.76-FYBScIT-Syllabus-2016-17.pdf

SYBSC(IT) SYLLABUS

https://old.mu.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/4.233-S.Y.B.Sc_.-Information-Technology1.pdf

TYBSC(IT) SYLLABUS

http://muresults.net/itacademic/syllabus/4.49TYBScIT.pdf