DOEACC `C'- Level (M.Tech.
The DOEACC `C' level
course is a M. Tech. level program. This course provides an excellent
opportunity to BE/B Tech/ M.Sc./MBA students from other disciplines
to master the field of Computers. The program coverage is designed
on the lines of M.Tech. (Computer-Science). The emphasis on theoretical
concepts is high, similar to the other advanced level studies. However,
a lot of emphasis is laid on practicals at the institute to make
the course industry-relevant.
The course will be covered over
a period of 2-years in full time (around 900 hours) and three years
in week-end option (please refer to syllabus for `C' level). The
students are expected to put in a good amount of self study for
the course. If the student has not studied the pre-requirites earlier,
a bridge course in the form of "A" level may be required.
As `C' level is an M.Tech. level
program, the lectures/tutorials/lab sessions will be held so as
to provide the required guidance/ inputs to students. Appropriate
facilities, Lab, will be provided for practice. The institute also
maintains extensive library facility and students are advised to
make full use of these.
DOEACC `B' Level
M.Sc./Master's Degree in Mathematics/Statistics/ Operations
MBA (or equivalent) with B.Sc./BA (Mathematics/Statistics)
Full Time: Two years
Weekend: Three years
Examinations are conducted by
the DOEACC Society in January and July each year on all India basis.
Student will take the examinations as per DOEACC norms.
Award of DOEACC Qualifications
The student will be eligible
for the award of `C' level qualification as per DOEACC norms after
successful completion of the course.
Award of JLJ Certification
The student will also be awarded suitable internal
certification by JLJ, based on internal evaluation, upon course
Candidates will be selected
for the course on the basis of their academic performance interview.
Selected candidates will be admitted on a first come basis.
Candidate is required to write
a technical papers containing latest information on key topics and
present as a term paper in the 6th semester, after clearing all
the papers. Term paper should involve approximately 45 man hours.
The term paper carries a total of 100 marks.
The candidate is required to
develop a major project as per DOEACC guidelines.