B.Tech (Computer) in association with IBM

Programme Highlights

EMPLOYABILITY & CAREER PATH WAYS :

  • Jobs in variety of sectors like telecommunication,computer, aerospace, transportation,e-commerce, health-care, banking, insurance, IT enabled service industries and government agencies.  
  • Career opportunities as an application developer, software engineer, system analyst,database administrator, network systems administrator , chief technology officer,computer systems manager, customer support administrator , IT systems administrator , web administrator , software quality assurance analyst, webmaster etc.
  • Graduate may choose to pursue furtherpostgraduatestudies or programs like MTech, MBA, MS and Ph.D.
  • Entrepreneurship or start-up

IN NUMBERS

Foundation - 3
Ability Enhancement - 3
Skill Enhancement - 3 
Generic - 21
Subject - 18
Projects - 3
Electives - 6
Audit Courses - 2

QUICK FACTS

  • 4 Years - 8 Semesters - Full Time
  • Outcome Based Education (OBE)
  • Choice Based Credit System (CBCS)
  • Credit and Grading System
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PROGRAMME DIFFERENTIATORS

  • More emphasize on hands on practices
  • Dedicated course on English for engineers
  • Scope for Project based learning: Mini Projects
  • Mapping with all the graduates attributes
  • More time for Internships/value Added Certification Courses

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

“Computers are a big part of our future… and the future is yours to shape.” - Faculty / Quote by educationist

CURRICULUM

Technology feeds on itself. Technology makes more technology possible

In today's computer era, an enormous range of applications whether it be medical applications, manufacturing or banking; computers are widely used to solve complex problems efficiently and in a short time. Hence there is a growing need for Computer Engineers worldwide, & the Computer engineering program successfully trains students to confront challenges of their future professional life. The program has been designed so as to provide students with the skills and knowledge essential to excel in the area of computer engineering.In Computer Engineering program students gain breadth and depth of knowledge in a multitude of computing specialties and are well prepared for industry positions as well as academic and research positions.ComputerEngineering degree programme equips students with an ability to apply knowledge, skills & fundamental principles to solve real world problems. Programme gives necessary education to get a perception of the impact of solutions provided for developmental issues in a global & societal context.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) The Bachelor’s program in Computer Engineering at VU prepares students to achieve following career and professional accomplishments within a few years of graduation. The graduates of the program

PEO1 : Will be equipped with sound knowledge of mathematics, science and technology useful to build complex computer engineering solutions.

PEO2 : Will have skills of analyzing, designing and implementing computing solutions using modern tools and methods

PEO3 : Will provide solutions to challenging problems by applying computer engineering theory and principles.

PEO4 : Will be ethical and socially responsible.

PEO5 : Will have excellent communication & entrepreneurial skills and will be competent globally.

PEO6 : Will be innovative thinkers and life-long learners.

Programme Outcomes After completing this program a student should be able to:

PO1 : Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to solve the problems in analysis ,design and modeling in computer based systems.

PO2 : Apply the design principles, conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data for software and hardware systems by means of various mini projects.

PO3 : Design a system / process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, social, health and sustainability by means of curricular and extracurricular activities.

PO4 : Work as member of project team to find successful solutions in the area of soft computing and embedded systems.

PO5 : Design and solve real time problems and data analysis in domain specific applications.

PO6 : Understand the professional efficiency and ethical responsibility.

PO7 : Communicate effectively in engineering community at large by means of effective presentations, report writing and paper publications.

PO8 : Understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global economic and societal context.

PO9 : Recognize the opportunities required to engage in lifelong learning and overall development as demonstrated through involvement in electives, professional organization and extracurricular activities.

PO10 : Acquire the knowledge of contemporary issues.

PO11 : Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice

SEM-I

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
101 GC Applied Maths-1 5 100
102 GC Basic Civil &Env. Engineering 4 100
103 GC Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering 4 100
104 GC Applied Physics / Chemistry 4 100
105 GC Engineering Graphics 4 100
106 FC Functional English-I 1 25
107 GC Workshop Practice 1 25
108 FE Foundation Elective-1 1 25

SEM-II

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
201 GC Applied Maths-2 5 100
202 GC Basic Mechanical Engineering 4 100
203 GC Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering 4 100
204 GC Applied Chemistry /  Physics 4 100
205 GC Engineering Mechanics 4 100
206 FC Principals of Programming & Logic Building Using C 3 50
207 FE Foundation Elective-2 1 25

SEM-III

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
301 GC Discrete Structures 5 100
302 GC Data Structures -1 3 100
303 GC Computer Organization 3 100
304 GC Digital Systems 3 100
305 SC OOP  &  CG 3 100
306 SC Comp Lab Practice -1 3 100
307 SE Technology Skill Development-1 2 50
308 FC Professional Communication 1 50
309 AE Audit Elective-1 0 25

SEM-IV

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
401 GC Applied Maths-3 5 100
402 GC Data Structures -2 3 100
403 GC Data Communication 3 100
404 GC Microprocessors 3 100
405 SC Humanities & SS 3 100
406 SC Comp Lab Practice -2 3 100
407 SE Technology Skill Development-2 2 50
408 FC Soft-Skills 1 25
409 AE Audit Elective-2 0 25

SEM-V

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
501 SC Software Engineering 3 100
502 SC Operating Systems 3 100
503 SC Computer Networks 3 100
504 SC Database Management 3 100
505 GC Digital Signal Procsseing 3 100
506 SC Comp Lab Practice -3 3 100
507 SUBE Technology Skill Development-3 2 50
508 FC Aptitude-I 2 50

SEM-VI

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
601 SC Parallel Programmming 3 100
602 SC Theory Of Computation 3 100
603 SC IT Project  Management 3 100
604 SE Elective-1 4 100
605 SC Comp Lab Practice - 4 2 50
606 Project /Internship Internship/Addon Courses 5 100
607 FC Aptitude-II 2 50

SEM-VII

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
701 SC Design & Analysis of Algorithms 4 100
702 SC Machine Learning 3 100
703 SC Internet of Things 3 100
704 SC Object Oriented Modeling & Design 4 100
705 SE Elective II 4 100
706 Project /Internship Project Stage-I 5 100

SEM-VIII

Course CodeCourse TypeCourse NameCredit ValueMarks
801 SC Compiler Construction 3 100
802 SC Distributed Systems 4 100
803 SC Elective III 4 100
804 OE Open Elective 3 100
805 Project/Internship Project Stage II 7 150

Foundation Electives

Foundation Elective-1Foundation Elective-2
Economics for Engineers Functional English-2
Behavioural Sciences Foreign Language

Audit Electives

Audit Electives-1Audit Electives-2
Sociology & Indian History ICT for Freshers
YOGA Law for Engineers

Discipline Specifics Elective

Discipline Specifics Elective TracksCourse Name
DSE Elective -I Image Processing and CV
DSE Elective -I Mobile and wireless computing
DSE Elective -I Data mining and Data Warehousing
DSE Elective -II Cloud Computing
DSE Elective -II Artificial Intelligence
DSE Elective -II Software Design & Architecture
DSE Elective -III Human Computer Interface
DSE Elective -III Software Testing & Quality Assurance
DSE Elective -III Business intelligence

GA1 : Engineering knowledge

GA2 : Problem analysis

GA3 : Design/development of solutions

GA4 : Conduct investigations of complex problems

GA5 : Modern tool usage

GA6 : The engineer and society

GA7 : Environment and sustainability

GA8 : Ethics

GA9 : Individual and Team work

GA10 : Communication

GA11 : Project management and finance

GA12 : Life-long learning

  • Treating all students equal, regardless of age, gender, nationality, intellectual ability or personal attractiveness.
  • Understanding student's point of view before attempting to give them your own.
  • Setting a good professional example by referring to standards of the engineering industry.
  • Teaching knowledge, skills and attitude for developingoverall personality.
  • Exposing students to industrial environment and problems.

Computer Engineering program allows students to applytheir knowledge and conceptual understanding to real-world problems and methods to solve these problems by undergoing various value added courses on computer-aided engineering, doing internship in industries of repute and by doing minor and major project

  • 183 credits to be earned
  • All audit courses to be completed with ‘S’ (Satisfactory) grade
  • Minimum CGPA 4.0

Prof. Y.D.Deshpande

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