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B.Sc. Computer Science/ B.Sc.(Hons.) Computer Science/ B.Sc.(Hons. with research) Computer Science
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Bachelor of Computer Science (B.Sc.)
Semester Fee
28,000 INR
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Medium of Instruction
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DAV University Campus
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Examination fee: RS. 3000/- for each semester and is applicable to all courses).

Refundable Caution Money: Rs 5000/- in 1st Semester and is applicable to all courses.

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B.Sc. Computer Science

Bachelor in Computer Science program at DAV University offers a comprehensive education in the field of Computer Science and Applications, focuses on developing skills and knowledge in computer science and applications. It is designed to train students in various aspects of computer science, including software development, programming languages, computer network, algorithm design and programming, database concepts, operating system, and artificial intelligence.


Passed in 10+2 examination (Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics) with 50% marks (45% marks in case of candidate belonging to SC/ST).

Why this programme?

Students choose to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science for a variety of reasons, including:

Interest in Technology: Many students have a natural curiosity and interest in technology and computers. They are fascinated by how computers work, enjoy programming, and are eager to learn more about the field.

High Demand for Skills: Computer science is one of the fastest-growing fields, and there is a high demand for professionals with technical skills in areas such as software development, data analysis, cybersecurity, and artificial intelligence. Pursuing a degree in computer science can lead to lucrative career opportunities with strong job prospects.

Versatility of Skills: A degree in computer science provides students with a versatile skill set that can be applied across various industries and sectors. Graduates can work in technology companies, financial institutions, healthcare organizations, government agencies, research institutions, and more.

Innovation and Creativity: Computer science offers opportunities for innovation and creativity. Students can develop new software applications, design innovative algorithms, contribute to cutting-edge research, and solve complex problems using technology.

Flexibility and Remote Work Opportunities: Computer science careers often offer flexibility in terms of work location and schedule. Many jobs in the field can be done remotely, allowing individuals to work from anywhere with an internet connection. This flexibility appeals to students who value work-life balance and autonomy.

Job Security: As technology continues to advance, the demand for skilled computer science professionals is expected to remain high. Pursuing a degree in computer science can provide students with a sense of job security and stability in their careers.

Intellectual Challenge: Computer science is a challenging field that requires critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical skills. Many students are drawn to the intellectual challenge of tackling complex problems and developing innovative solutions using technology.

Community and Networking: Bachelor's programs in computer science often provide opportunities for students to connect with peers, faculty members, and industry professionals through networking events, internships, hackathons, and collaborative projects. Building a strong network can be valuable for future career opportunities and professional growth.

Potential for Entrepreneurship: Some students are interested in starting their own technology companies or pursuing entrepreneurial ventures. A degree in computer science can provide the technical skills, knowledge, and resources needed to launch and grow a successful startup.

Desire to Make a Difference: With the increasing integration of technology into various aspects of society, many students are motivated to pursue a degree in computer science to make a positive impact on the world. They may be interested in developing software solutions to address social, environmental, or humanitarian challenges.

During Your Study

Lecture notes, textbooks, and other learning materials related to the program's curriculum.

Interaction with experienced faculty members who provide guidance, support, and clarification on academic topics.

Availability of software and tools relevant to the program's focus, facilitating hands-on learning and project work.

Utilization of online platforms for accessing course materials, submitting assignments, and engaging in discussions.

Some programs may offer or assist in securing internships to provide students with practical work experience.

Regular assessments, feedback on performance, and opportunities for improvement.

Opportunities to pursue relevant certifications that enhance the value of the BSc qualification.

Participation in extracurricular activities, clubs, or events that contribute to holistic development.

Access to technical support for addressing any issues related to software, hardware, or learning platforms.

Career Opportunities:

B.Sc. Computer Science graduates can pursue rewarding careers as:

  • Software Developer
  • Data Scientist
  • Systems Analyst
  • Network Administrator
  • Cybersecurity Specialist
  • Database Administrator
  • IT Project Manager
  • Machine Learning Engineer
Flexible Pathways

At DAV University, we offer flexible pathways for students to tailor their educational journey according to their aspirations and commitments.

Those who complete the entire three-year undergraduate programme, accumulating 120 credits, are granted a coveted bachelor's Degree in B.Sc. Physics.

Alternatively, students have the option to exit the programme at various stages, each milestone marked by academic recognition.


Students opting to exit the programme after earning a minimum of 40 credits get an undergraduate certificate in the relevant discipline/subject. This certification acknowledges their foundational knowledge and skills acquired during their academic pursuit. To ensure practical applicability, students must also accrue at least 4 credits in work-based vocational courses, providing hands-on experience through internships or apprenticeships.


Similarly, students who attain a minimum of 80 credits can opt to exit the programme with an undergraduate Diploma in the relevant disciplines/subject. Alongside academic excellence, students are required to earn an additional 4 credits in skill-based vocational courses, enhancing their proficiency in specialized areas and augmenting their employability.

Bachelor of Computer Science (B.Sc. Computer Science) Honours / Honours with Research

Candidates maintaining a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 7.5 (75%) throughout the first three years are eligible to opt for Bachelor's Degree (Honours) with Research, a testament to their academic prowess and commitment to scholarly inquiry. This pathway opens doors to advanced research opportunities, allowing students to delve deeper into their areas of interest and contribute meaningfully to the academic community.

This pathway opens doors to advanced research opportunities, allowing students to delve deeper into their areas of interest and contribute meaningfully to the academic community.

The programme outline:

The curriculum is designed to cater to the needs of the industry. Various industrial visits are organized to provide students with hands-on experience, enabling them to apply business knowledge in the classroom. Several other co-curricular and extracurricular activities are organized to achieve Outcome-Based Education (OBE), a student-centered approach that demonstrates the achievement of defined goals in the delivery and implementation of both the formal curriculum and extra-/co-curricular programs and activities. OBE is implemented to develop knowledge, design learning tasks, and assess the achievement of graduates. The modern case-based approach helps to build real business scenarios within the class, allowing students to absorb facts and theories while applying leadership skills in real-life business situations.

Semester I
  • Algorithm Design and Programming Using C
  • Algebra
  • Mechanics
  • Multi-Disciplinary Course
  • Ability-Enhancement Course
  • Skill-Enhancement Course (common)
  • Value-added Course
Semester II
  • Object Oriented Programming using C++
  • Ordinary Differential Equations
  • Vibrations and Waves
  • Multi-Disciplinary Course
  • Ability-Enhancement Course
  • Skill-Enhancement Course (common)
  • Value-added Course
Semester III
  • Database Concepts
  • Real Analysis
  • Digital Systems and Application
  • Multi-Disciplinary Course
  • Ability-Enhancement Course
  • Skill-Enhancement Course (common)
Semester IV
  • Operating Systems
  • Data Structures
  • Computer Networks
  • Analytical Geometry
  • Optics
  • Thermal and Statistical Physics
  • Ability-Enhancement Course
Semester V
  • Programming in Python
  • Cyber Security
  • Number Theory
  • Quantum Physics
  • Mechanics I
  • Internships
Semester VI
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Software Engineering
  • Mechanics II
  • Particle Physics
  • Nuclear Physics

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