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COMPUTER SCIENCE

 

The Computer Science Course was established in the year 1993 and B.C.A. degree was added in the department during 2000.

In our department, B.C.A. is having two sections. One more section is going to get the affiliation from the academic year 2018-2019. Total staff strength is 10 members for major subject and 2 staff members for handling allied subjects.

4 staff members are SET qualified and 2 staff administrators are working in the computer laboratory.

Our department lab is well equipped with 103 client systems and 2 server systems.

The Server machine is installed with OS 2003 software and Client machine is installed with XP Service Pack 02. UPS is well supported on every time. We have 4 UPS attached (i.e) 10 KV-02,15 KV-01,5 KV-01. 100 numbers of battery are supporting to all the UPS Machines. We have 9 AC machines and 2 laser printers are also available for the lab.

The library is having more than 750 books for department subjects. Our department students are using the library books for all the time. Faculty members are deputed to attend Refresher Courses to update themselves for accomplishing their teaching responsibilities on par with the curriculum. The department has its representation in National Seminars and Conferences as and when such an occasion arises.

Programme Outcomes (PO) for Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.):

PO1: Critical Thinking and Scientific Reasoning: Capable of critical thought after attaining basic disciplinary knowledge and understanding of major concepts, theoretical principles and experimental findings for scientific reasoning in the field of basic sciences.

PO2: Problem Solving : Ability to have effective problem solving skills in relevance to the society based on the knowledge and skills acquired from sciences.

PO3: Skill Development : Capable of demonstrating research, including wider interdisciplinary areas, as well as the ability to use current instruments/information technology in science-related fields. Improving the standard of science with a strong scientific temperament, leadership, and governing abilities.

PO4: Computational/Digital Literacy : Capable of locating, retrieving, and evaluating various science-related needs using computer/mobile-based digital literacy and search resources.

PO5: Effective Communication : Ability to communicate deep technical science information in writing and orally.

PO6: Moral and Ethical Awareness : Capable of carrying out their work with integrity and accuracy, avoiding unethical behaviours such as exaggeration, falsification, misrepresentation or plagiarism. Environmental and sustainability problems in the local area are being brought to the attention of the public.

PO7: Social Responsibility : Demonstrate numerous social issues, empathy and equity-based personal growth, as well as the opportunity to volunteer in real life and function as a true citizen.

PO8: Life-long Learning : Capable of self-paced and self-directed learning for personal growth, as well as imparting knowledge/skills for society re-skilling.

Faculty - Unaided

Dr. A. Kalimulla

Dr. A. Kalimulla
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science & Applications
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Mr. K. Abdul Ahed

Mr. K. Abdul Ahed
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science & Applications
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Mr. M. Mabub Basha

Mr. M. Mabub Basha
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science & Applications
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