Syllabus

B.B.A. (Bachelor of Business Administration)

Duration: 3 yrs (6 semester) Medium of instruction: English

    B.B.A. First Year

    Semester - I Semester - II
    • 101 - Business Organization & Systems • 201 - Principles of Managements
    • 102 - Business Communication Skills • 202 - Principles of Marketing
    • 103 - Business Accounting • 203 - Principles of Finance
    • 104 - Business Economics (Micro) • 204 - Basics of Cost Accounting
    • 105 - Business Mathematics • 205 - Business Statistics
    • 106 - Business Demography & Environmental Studies • 206 - Business Informatics

    B.B.A. Second Year

    Semester - III Semester - IV
    • 301 - Personality Development • 401 - Production & Operations Management
    • 302 - Business Ethics • 402 - Industrial Relations & Labor Laws
    • 303 - Human Resource Management & Organization Behaviors • 403 - Business Taxation
    • 304 - Management Accounting • 404 - International Business
    • 305 - Business Economic (Macro) • 405 - Management Information System
    • 306 - I.T. in Management • 406 - Business Exposure (Field Visits)

    B.B.A. Third Year

    Semester - V Semester - VI
    • 501 - Supply Chain and Logistics Management • 601 - Business Planning & Project Management
    • 502 - Entrepreneurship Development • 602 - Event Management
    • 503 - Business Law • 603 - Management Control System
    • 504 - Research Methodology (Tools & Analysis) • 604 - E - Commerce
    • 505 - Specialization - I • 605 - Specialization - III
    • 506 - Specialization - II • 606 - Specialization - IV

B.B.A. (CA)

Duration: 3 yrs (6 semester) Medium of instruction: English

    B.C.A First Year

    Semester - I Semester - II
    • 101 - Modern Operating Environment & MSOffice • 201 - Procedure Oriented programmeming using C
    • 102 - Financial Accounting • 202 - Database Management System
    • 103 - programmeming Principles and Algorithms • 203 - Organizational Behavior
    • 104 - Business Communication • 204 - Computer Applications in Statistics
    • 105 - Principles of Management • 205 - E-Commerce Concepts
    • 106 - Laboratory Course –I[Based on Paper No.101 & 102] • 206 - Laboratory Course –II [Based on Paper No.201 & 202]

    B.C.A Second Year

    Semester - III Semester - IV
    • 301 - Relational Database Management Systems • 401 - OOP’s using C++
    • 302 - Data Structures using C • 402 - programmeming in Visual Basic
    • 303 - Operating System Concepts • 403 - Computer Networking
    • 304 - Business Mathematics • 404 - Enterprise Resource Planning
    • 305 - Software Engineering • 405 - Human Resource Management
    • 306 - Laboratory Course –III [Based on Paper No.301 and 302] • 406 - Laboratory Course –IV [Based on Paper No.401 & 402]

    B.C.A Third Year

    Semester - V Semester - VI
    • 501 - Java programmeming • 601 - Advanced Web Technologies
    • 502 - Web Technologies • 602 -Advanced Java
    • 503 - Dot Net programmeming • 603 - Recent Trends in IT
    • 504 - Object Oriented Software Engineering • 604 - Software Testing
    • 505 - Software Project–I [Based on C++/VB Technology] • 605 – Software Project–II [Java/ Dot net Technology]
    • 506- Laboratory Course –V [Based on Paper No.501 & 502] • 606 - Laboratory Course –VI [Based on Paper No.601 & 602]

B.Sc. (Computer Science)

Duration: 3 yrs (In B.sc.(CS)) Medium of instruction: English

FIRST YEAR B.Sc.(Computer Science)

STRUCTURE

There will be three papers out of which Paper - I , Paper - II will be theory papers and Paper - III will be Lab course.

    B.Sc First Year

    SUBJECT (1) COMPUTER SCIENCE SUBJECT (3) MATHEMATICS
    • Paper I-Introduction to Computers & ‘C’ programmeming • Paper I- Discrete Mathematics
    • Paper II -File Organization & Fundamental of Database • Paper II-Algebra and Calculus
    • Paper III-Laboratory course based on Paper - I and Paper -II • Paper III- Mathematics Practical
    SUBJECT (2) ELECTRONICS SUBJECT (4) STATISTICS
    • Paper-I Electronic Devices, Circuits & Computer Peripherals • Paper-I Statistical Methods - I
    • Paper-II Fundamentals of Digital Electronics • Paper-II Statistical Methods -II
    • Paper III-Electronics Practical • Paper- III Statistics Practical

B.Sc Second Year

    SUBJECT (1) COMPUTER SCIENCE SUBJECT (1) COMPUTER SCIENCE
    • Paper -I Data Structures using C • Paper-I Object Oriented Concepts and programmeming in C++
    • Paper-II Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) • Paper-II CS-222, Software Engineering
    • Paper-III Laboratory course based on Paper - I and Paper -II • Paper- III Laboratory course based on Paper - I and Paper -II
    SUBJECT (2) ELECTRONICS SUBJECT (2) ELECTRONICS
    • Paper-I Digital System Hardware • Paper-I the 8051 Architecture, Interfacing and programmeming
    • Paper-II Communications Principles • Paper-II Analog Systems
    • Paper-III Electronics Lab • Paper-III Electronics Lab
    SUBJECT (3) MATHEMATICS SUBJECT (3) MATHEMATICS
    • Paper -I Applied Algebra • Paper-I Computational Geometry
    • Paper -II Numerical Analysis • Paper -II Operations Research
    • Paper- III Practical • Paper- III Practical
    SUBJECT (4)
    • Compulsory English

B.Sc Third Year

Note:- For every semester, each theory course will have 40 marks examination and 10 marks for Internal examinations (total 50 marks). Every laboratory course will have 80 marks external examination and 20 marks internal examination (total 100 marks), which will be conducted at the end of academic year. Theory courses

    Semester - III Semester - IV
    • CS-331: Paper-I: Systems programmeming • CS-341: Paper-I: Operating System
    • CS-332: Paper-II: Theoretical Computer Science • CS-342: Paper-II: Compiler Construction
    • CS-333: Paper-III: Computer Networks-I • CS-343: Paper-III: Computer Networks-II
    • CS-334: Paper-IV: Internet programmeming-I • CS-344: Paper-IV: Internet programmeming-II
    • CS-335: Paper-V: programmeming in Java-I • CS-345: Paper-V: programmeming in Java-II
    • CS-336: Paper-VI: Object Oriented Software Engineering • CS-346: Paper-VI: Computer Graphics

Laboratory Courses:

CS-347: Lab Course-I: System programmeming and Operating System
CS-348: Lab Course-II: programmeming in Java and PHP
CS-349: Lab Course-III: Project (Using Java or PHP)

B.B.M. (International Business)

Duration: 3 yrs Medium of instruction: English

    B.B.M. (IB) First Year

    Semester - I Semester - II
    • 101 - Indian Business Environment • 201 - Cost Accounting
    • 102 - Communication Skills & Personality Development • 202 - Elements of HRM
    • 103 - Micro Economic Analysis • 203 - Macro Economic Analysis
    • 104 - Business Accounting • 204 - Principles of Marketing
    • 105 - Principles & Practice of Management • 205 - Business Statistics.
    • 106 - Business Mathematics • 206 - IT in Business Operations

    B.B.M. (IB) Second Year

    Semester - III Semester - IV
    • 301 -International Business Environment • 401-Supply Chain and Logistics Management
    • 302 -Production and Operations Management • 402-Foreign Exchange Information
    • 303 -International Economics • 403-International Business in Service Sector
    • 304 -International Marketing • 404- International Agri Business
    • 305 -Management Accounting • 405-Business Taxation
    • 306 -E-Commerce • 406-Business Exposure

    B.B.M. (IB) Third Year

    Semester - V Semester - VI
    • 501-Business Ethics • 601-Export Import Procedure
    • 502-Business Law • 602-International Business Law
    • 503-International Relations • 603-Study of Global Economics
    • 504-International Banking and Finance • 604-International Project Management
    • 505-Business Reporting And Analysis • 605-Foreign Language Paper II
    • 506-Foreign Language(Asian Chinese, Japanese), (European-German, French, Spanish) • 606-Project(Project Report -50) (Presentation-30 Viva-20 )

B.Com. (Bachelor of Commerce)

    F.Y.B.com S.Y.B.com T.Y.B.com
    • Compulsory/Main Subjects • Compulsory/Main Subjects • Compulsory/Main Subjects
    • 101-Compulsory English • 201-Business Communication • 301-Business Regulatory Framework (M. Law)
    • 102-Financial Accounting • 202-Corporate Accounting • 302-Advanced Accounting
    • 103-Business Economics (Micro) • 203-Business Economics (Macro) • 303-Indian and Global Economic
    • 104-(a )- Business Mathematics and Statistics or 104(b )- Computer Concepts and Applications • 204-Business Management • 304-Auditing and Taxation
    • 205-Elements of Company Law
    • Optional Group
    (any one of the Following)
    • Special Subject – Paper I
    (Any one of the following)
    Special Subject – Paper II
    (Same special subject offered at S.Y. B.Com.)
    • 105 (a) Banking & Finance • 206(a) Business Administration • 305(a) Business Administration
    • 206(b) Cost & Works Accounting • 305(b) Cost & Works Accounting
    • Optional Group
    (any one of the Following)
    • Compulsory Subjects Special Subject – Paper III
    (Same special subject offered at S.Y. B.Com.)
    • 106(a)- Essentials of E-Commerce • 207-Environmental Science • 306(a) Business Administration
    106(b)- Marketing & Salesmanship • 306(b) Cost & Works Accounting
    Any one of the language from the following groups
    107 a) Marathi OR b) Hindi

M.Sc. (Computer Science)

    M.Sc. Part I (Computer Science )

    Semester - I Semester - II
    • CS-101: Principles of programmeming Languages • CS-201: Digital Image Processing
    • CS-102: Advanced Networking • CS-202: Advanced Operating Systems
    • CS-103: Distributed Database Concepts • CS-203: Data Mining and Data Warehousing
    • CS-104: Design and Analysis of Algorithms • CS-204: Project
    • CS-105: Network programmeming • CS-205(Elective) : programmeming With DOT NET
    • CS-206(Elective) :Artificial Intelligence
    • CS-207(Elective) : Advance Design and Analysis of Algorithms

    M.Sc. Part II (Computer Science )

    Semester - III Semester - IV
    • CS-301: Software Metrics & Project Management • CS-401 : Industrial Training /Institutional project
    • CS-302: Mobile Computing • CS-402(Elective): Parallel Computing
    • CS-303: Soft Computing • CS-403(Elective) : Embedded System
    • CS-304: Project • CS-404(Elective) : Software Quality Assurance
    • CS-305(Elective): Web Services • CS-405(Elective) : Modeling and Simulation
    • CS-306(Elective): Database and System Administrator
    • CS-307(Elective):Functional programmeming
    • CS-308(Elective): Business Intelligence
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