mahatma gandhi
EDUCATION FOR ALL
National Conference on Social Science and Humanities 2018
 Recognized By University Grants Commission (UGC)   Recog. by Bar Council of India (BCI) Member of Association of Indian Universities (AIU)  

Masters of Science in Information Technology

Programme Overview
 

Programe Code: 703
Programe Coordinator: Ms. Pinky Paul
Duration: Min. Duration 2 Years Max. Duration 6 Years
Eligibility Criteria: Graduation in any stream or equivalent
Tution fees: INR 25000/- Per Sem
Admission Fee: INR 10000/-
Exam fee: INR 2000/-

Objective
 
Masters of Science in Information Technology course intends to equip the pursuing candidates with knowledge in field of Software Development and make them eligible for job in respective sector. Designed course will not only provide theoretical knowledge but practical exposure and assessment through term end Assignments and Projects. In this program students collect in-depth knowledge about computer fundamentals, elements of system analysis and design, file structure, programming, data communication and networks, computer architecture and operation research.

Semester 1

Cours Code Subjects Credits
MSIT11 Industrial Management 3
MSIT12 Analysis and Design of Algorithms 3
MSIT13 Advanced Operating System 3
MSIT14 Visual Basic Programming 3
MSIT15 L Analysis and Design of Algorithms (Lab) 3
MSIT16 L Visual Basic Programming (Lab) 3
Total Credits 18

Semester 2

Cours Code Subjects Credits
MSIT21 Software Quality And Testing 3
MSIT22 Advanced Networks 3
MSIT23 OOAD and UML 3
MSIT24 Advanced Java 3
MSIT25 L OOAD and UML Lab 3
MSIT26 L Advanced Java Lab 3
Total Credits 18

Semester 3

Cours Code Subjects Credits
MSIT31 Project Management 4
MSIT32 Client server Computing 3
MSIT33 P Project 4
MSIT3E Elective Paper 1 3
MSIT3E Elective Paper 2 3
Total Credits 17

Semester 4

Cours Code Subjects Credits
MSIT41 Distributed Database 4
MSIT42 Component Technologies 4
MSIT43 Project 4
MSIT4E Elective Paper 1 3
MSIT4E Elective Paper 2 3
Total Credits 18

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