The activity of creating computer connections is referred to as computer technology. The field is a holistic nature of designing, building, and developing software and hardware systems. A bachelor’s degree in computer technology will help to understand the application of programming and networking solutions so as to understand the hardware architectures and other communication systems. The new technology approach in the modern economy has become the driving controller.

Department Program Educational Objective (PEO):

  • Utilize and implement hardware and software technologies that provide computing solutions to address the needs of an organization.
  • Identify various needs within the organization and provide solutions using computing technologies.
  • Apply basic cultural, social, legal, and ethical practices inherent in the discipline of computing.
  • Engage in life-long learning in achieving their career goals.
  • To promote awareness among student graduates towards issues of social relevance and introduce them to professional ethics and practice.

Department Program Specific Outcome (PSO):

  • The Bachelor of Computer Technology is a degree program whose curriculum is designed to equip students with the right skills and theoretical understanding on all technology issues.
  • Key factors / Uniqueness of the program
  • The new tech skills you’ll develop, you’ll also benefit from learning the basics of logic, design, and engineering. A good foundation in these disciplines won’t just help you to write code and debug software – they’ll help you in other areas of your life and studies too. When you get graduation in Computer and Technology, you’ll have the opportunity to be involved in innovation and to do work that has a real impact on society. And besides those intrinsic rewards, you’ll also be very well compensated! With just a bachelor’s degree and a few years of experience, you could find yourself earning more.

Department Program Outcomes (PO):

  • Create a platform to plan, execute, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.
  • Understand the impact of the professional solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • Use research-based knowledge and research methods and synthesis the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage as independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
  • Able to identify, formulate, and develop solutions to computational challenges
  • Able to use a range of programming languages and tools to develop computer programs to solve problems effectively.
  • Apply ethical principles and be socially committed.
  • Design solutions and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
S.No. Sem Part Sub Type Sub Code Subject Credit Hours INT EXT Total
1 1 1 L1 Language – I 4 4 40 60 100
2 1 2 L2 English for Communication – I 4 4 40 60 100
3 1 3 Core Core  – I – Problem Solving techniques using C 4 4 40 60 100
4 1 3 Core Practical Core – I Practical – C  Programming Lab 2 4 20 30 50
5 1 3 DSC DSC DSC 1C 4 4 40 60 100
6 1 3 DSC Practical DSC Practical – 1C 2 4 20 30 50
7 1 3 Allied-I DSA DSA 1A 4 4 40 60 100
8 1 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course I 2 2 50 50
9 1 6 VAC Value Added Course – I% 2 50 50
28 30      
1 2 1 L1 Language – II 4 4 40 60 100
2 2 2 L2 English for Communication – II 4 4 40 60 100
3 2 3 Core Core  – II – Java Programming 4 4 40 60 100
4 2 3 Core Practical Core Practical II – Java Programming Lab 2 4 20 30 50
5 2 3 DSC DSC DSC 2C 4 4 40 60 100
6 2 3 DSC Practical DSC Practical – 2C 2 4 20 30 50
7 2 3 Allied-II DSA DSA 2A 4 4 40 60 100
8 2 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course II 2 2 50 50
9 2 6 VAC Value Added Course – II % 2 50 50
28 30      
1 3 3 Core Core III – Python Programming 4 5 40 60 100
2 3 3 Core Practical Core Practical III –  Python Programming Lab 2 4 20 30 50
3 3 3 DSC DSC 3C 4 5 40 60 100
4 3 3 DSC Practical DSC Practical – 3C 2 4 20 30 50
5 3 3 Allied-III DSA DSA 3A 4 5 40 60 100
6 3 4 SEC SEC-I Skill Enhancement Courses – I 2 5 20 30 50
7 3 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course III 2 2 50 50
8 3 6 VAC Value Added Course – III % 2 50 50
9 3 6 IDL Inter-Department Learning – I# 2 50 50
24 30      
1 4 3 Core Core IV – Web Technology 4 5 40 60 100
2 4 3 Core Practical Core Practical IV –  Web Technology Lab 2 4 20 30 50
3 4 3 DSC DSC DSC 4C 4 5 40 60 100
4 4 3 DSC Practical DSC Practical – 4C 2 4 20 30 50
5 4 3 Allied-IV DSA DSA 4A 4 5 40 60 100
6 4 4 SEC SEC-II Skill Enhancement Courses – II 2 5 20 30 50
7 4 4 AEC Ability Enhancement Course IV 2 2 50 50
8 4 6 VAC Value Added Course – IV % 2 50 50
9 4 6 IDL Inter-Department Learning – II# 2 50 50
24 30      
1 5 3 Core Core V – Android App Development 4 4 40 60 100
2 5 3 Core Practical Core Practical V  – Android App Development Lab 2 4 20 30 50
3 5 3 DSC DSC DSC 5C 4 4 40 60 100
4 5 3 DSC Practical DSC Practical – 5C 2 4 20 30 50
5 5 3 DSE DSE – I Elective  – I – DSE 1E 4 5 40 60 100
6 5 3 DSE DSE – II Elective  – II – DSE 2E 4 5 40 60 100
7 5 4 SEC SEC-III Skill Enhancement Courses – III 2 4 20 30 50
8 5 6 VAC Value Added Course – V% 2 50 50
24 30      
1 6 3 Core Core VI –  Open Source – PHP – MySQL 4 6 40 60 100
2 6 3 Core Practical Core Practical VI  –  Open Source Lab 2 4 20 30 50
3 6 3 DSE DSE – III Elective – III – DSE 3E 4 6 40 60 100
4 6 3 DSE DSE – IV Elective – IV – DSE 4E 4 6 40 60 100
5 6 3 Core Course – XI DSC Core Project 8 4 80 120 200
6 6 4 SEC SEC-IV Skill Enhancement Courses – IV 2 4 20 30 50
7 6 5 EX Extension Activity- EX % 2 50 50
26 30 1900 1950 3850
Total credit 154        

Note :

@    –      No End Semester Examination, only Internal Exam.

#     –      No Internal Examination, only End Semester Exam.

Discipline-Specific Core
S.No Course Code Course Pre-request Offering Department Mandatory
1 Data Structures Computer Science Yes
2 Relational Database Management System Information Technology Yes
3 Software Engineering BCA
4 Computer Graphics Computer Technology
5 Scripting Languages Computer Technology
6 Linux & Shell Programming Core – II
7 Big Data Analytics Information Technology Yes
8 Ethical Hacking Computer Science
9 Data Structures Practical DSC 1C S.NO1
10 RDBMS Lab DSC 1C S.NO2
11 Software Engineering Lab DSC 1C S.NO3 BCA
12 Computer Graphics Lab DSC 1C S.NO4 Computer Technology
13 Scripting Languages Lab DSC 1C S.NO5 Computer Technology
14 Linux & Shell Programming Lab DSC 1C S.NO6
15 Big Data Analytics Lab DSC 1C S.NO7 Information Technology
16 Ethical Hacking Lab DSC 1C S.NO8 Computer Science
17 Professional Skills
Allied
S.No Course Code Course Pre-request Offering Department Mandatory
1 Organizational Behaviors Commerce
2 Entrepreneurial Development Commerce Yes
3 Mathematics for Computer Science Maths
4 Quantitative and Aptitude Maths Yes
5 Operations Research Maths
6 Principles of Management Management
7 Research Methodology Commerce
8 Principles of Accountancy Commerce
9 PC and Mobile Hardware Computer Science
10 Computer Networks Computer Science
Skill Based Subject
S.No Course Code Course Pre-request Offering Department Mandatory
1 Information and Cyber Security Computer Science
2 Animation and Multimedia Computer Technology Yes
3 Internet Of Things Information Technology Yes
4 Operating System Core I Computer Science Yes
5 Data warehouse and data Mining Information Technology
6 Computer Architecture and Design Computer Science
7 Enterprise Resource Planning Information Technology
8 Distributed Programming Information Technology
9 Digital Image Processing Computer Technology
Discipline-Specific Elective
S.No Course Code Course Pre-request Offering Department Mandatory
1 Software Project Management BCA
2 R Programming Information Technology
3 Blockchain Fundamentals Information Technology
4 Software Quality and Assurance BCA
5 Information Storage and Management Information Technology
6 Cloud Infrastructure and Services Information Technology
7 Software Testing BCA Yes
8 Data Sciences Information Technology Yes
Ability Enhancement Course
S.No Course Code Course Pre-request Offering Department Mandatory
1 Environmental Studies General Yes
2 Women Studies Commerce II
3 Constitution of India Commerce I
4 Human Rights General Yes
5 Yoga Tamil
6 NCC Viscom
7 Communicative English English
8 Quantitative Aptitude Mathematics
 

Course Code

 

Course Name

Program Outcomes
P01 PO2 P03 P04 P05 P06 P07 P08
Language – I M M S S M M M
English for Communication – I M S M M
Core  – I – Problem Solving techniques using C M M M M M M M
Core – I Practical – C  Programming Lab M S M M
DSC 1C M M M M
DSC Practical – 1C M M M
DSA 1A
Ability Enhancement Course I M S S M M S M
Value Added Course – I% M M M S M M

B.Sc. Computer Technology Employment Areas

  • Software Development Sectors
  • Colleges & Universities
  • Satellite Television Companies
  • Cable Companies
  • Designing Companies
  • Cellular Telephone Companies
  • Microprocessor System Design Companies

There is a vast spectrum of jobs available to BSc Computer technology students which as listed below:

  • Software Engineer
  • IT Support
  • Software Development
  • Website Developer
  • Mobile App Developer
  • Technical Support
  • Network Systems, and much more.

Government Jobs

  • Computer Technology aspirants really want to enter the government sector for reasons such as job security and other benefits that are associated with the govt. jobs.
  • The table below shows some of the government jobs that a graduate of BSc Computer Technology  can go for:
Government Jobs Average Salary Salary
Technical Support Technician INR 3-6 LPA
Software Developer As per govt. standards
IT Analyst INR 8-10 LPA
Technical Support Engineer INR 6-10 LPA
  • The recruitment in government jobs is usually done on the basis of marks obtained in a specific national level test, esp. in Central government organizations, followed by an Interview Process.