Department of Computer Science

Faculty Members (Department of Computer Science)

Mr. Rajeev Sharma, Assistant Professor

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Contact No. 9459742702

Courses Offered

B.Sc. Physical Science (Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics)

Objectives and Learning Outcomes

The Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Physical Science with specializations in Physics, Computer Science, and Mathematics is designed to provide students with a broad, interdisciplinary foundation in the physical sciences while focusing on the integration and application of knowledge across physics, computer science, and mathematics. The main objectives of the course are:

1. Foundational Knowledge:

To equip students with a strong foundational understanding of the principles, theories, and methodologies in physics, mathematics, and computer science. To develop proficiency in the core areas of each discipline, such as classical and quantum mechanics in physics, algorithms and systems in computer science, and calculus and algebra in mathematics.

2. Analytical Skills:

To enhance analytical thinking and problem-solving skills by applying mathematical and computational techniques to physical problems. To foster the ability to critically evaluate data, derive meaningful conclusions, and effectively solve complex problems using an interdisciplinary approach.

3. Practical Skills:

To develop practical skills through laboratory experiments in physics, programming projects in computer science, and applied mathematics exercises. To encourage hands-on experience with scientific instruments, modern computational tools, and software development practices.

4. Research and Innovation:

To introduce students to research methodologies and encourage them to undertake projects that may involve modeling, simulation, and analysis of physical systems using computational methods. To stimulate creativity and innovation in developing technological solutions to real-world problems.

5. Interdisciplinary Approach:

To promote an understanding of the interconnectedness of physics, computer science, and mathematics and how they can be integrated to advance knowledge and technology. To prepare students for multidisciplinary collaborations and to be able to communicate effectively across these disciplines.


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Facilities Available

The Computer Science department prides itself on providing state-of-the-art facilities to support the academic and research endeavors of our students and faculty. Our Smart Classroom is equipped with the latest multimedia technologies, allowing for interactive lectures, presentations, and demonstrations that engage students in immersive learning experiences. This dynamic learning environment fosters collaboration and innovation, enabling students to explore complex concepts with ease. Additionally, our IT Lab is equipped with high-speed internet connectivity and cutting-edge computing infrastructure, empowering students to conduct hands-on experiments, programming assignments, and research projects effectively. With access to a wide range of software tools and resources, students have the opportunity to develop practical skills and gain real-world experience in software development, data analysis, and system administration. These facilities not only enhance the learning experience but also prepare our students to excel in the rapidly evolving field of computer science.

Previous Year Question Papers

COMP101 – Problem Solving Using Computers

COMP102 – Office Automation Tools

COMP201 – Computer System Architecture

COMP202 – Database Management Systems

COMP203 – PHP Programming

COMP301 – Operating System

COMP302 – Data Structures