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Department Profile: COMPUTER SCIENCE

INDEX


1. Department At a Glance


SR.NO.
CRIATERIA
DETAILS
1 Name of Department Computer Science
2 Year of establishment 2020
3 Number of sanctioned post teachers 02
4 Number of vacant post of teachers 01
5 Number of whole time teachers 00
6 Number of part-time teachers 00
7 Programmes offered by the Department B.Sc. In Computer Science
8 Add-oncourses offered by the Department 01
9 Number of students enrolled (2020-21) 29
10 Number of students passed(2020-21) 29
11 Number of Research Paper published in UGC approved journals 02
12 Number of Research Papers published in Proceedings volume 00
13 Number of Authored Books 00
14 Number of Edited Books 00
15 Number of Chapters in Edited Books 00
16 Awards and recognitions received by the teaching staff 00
17 Number of teaching staff having Ph.D. Guideship 00
18 Number of Conferences/Seminars/Symposia/ Workshops attended by teachers 05
19 Number of International Conferences/Seminars/ Symposia/Workshops attended by teachers 00
20 Number of Orientation Programmes/ Refresher Courses/Faculty Development Programmes attended 00
21 Number of Conferences/Seminars/Symposia/ Workshops organized by the Department 00
22 Number of Extension programmes organized by the Department 01
23 Number of Field Works/Study Tours conducted for students (June202021to 2021-22) 02
24 Number of books in the Departmental Library --
25 Number of computers in the Department 01
26 Printers available in the Department 01



2. Departmental Aims and Objectives &Vision and Mission


The department and the college have same Aims and Objectives &Vision and Mission:


Vision:

“To Empower the graduates to be technologically adept,innovative self motivated and responsible citizens, possessing human values and contribute significantly towards being a centre of excellence in providing globally standard education, through a conducive Teaching and Research environment, that responds swiftly to the challenges of the ever changing world.”

Mission:

M1: To achieve academic excellence by imparting in To prepare students effective pedagogies and hands on experience on latest tools and technologies.
M2:To prepare students to be continuous learners in a connected world and imbibe professional skills and ethical responsibilities in them.
M3: To strengthen the Industry- Academia interface that will be help the graduates to emerge as leaders in academics or an inspiring revolutionary in enterpreneurship
Aims and Goals:
Computer Sciences Department has set following objectives:
1) To demonstrate proficiency in problem solving techniques using the computer.
2) To demonstrate proficiency in highlevel programming languages and two operating systems.
3) To demonstrate proficiency in the analysis of complex problems and the synthesis of solutions to those problems.
4) To demonstrate comprehension of modern software engineering principles.
5) To demonstrate a breadth and depth of knowledge in t he discipline of computer science.




3. Perspective Plan of the Department of Five Years


(From 2020-21 to 2024-25)

• Strengthen Industry-Institutes Interaction.
• More placements in Core Company.
• More focus on Industrial training for faculty and students
• Arrange specialized training program by the faculty.


4. Teacher Profile


SR.NO. Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Experience Nature of Appointment
1 Mr. Aniruddha Manohar Joshi M.Sc.[Comp Sci] H.O.D Assistant Professor 05 Years Full Time Temporary
2 Miss. Prajakta Chandrakant Gaikwad M.Sc.[Comp Sci] Assistant Professor 01 Years Full Time Temporary



5. Student Profile


(From 2018-19 to 2022-23)


Year
No. Of Enrolled Students
2022-2023 12
2021-2022 05
2020-2021 02



6. Programmes for Advanced Learners and Slow Learners


SR.NO.
Activity
Class For slow learners/Advanced Learners
1 Remedial Coaching B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For slow learners
2 Group Discussion B.Sc. III For Advanced Learners
3 Seminars by Students B.Sc. III For Advanced Learners
4 Library Visits B.Sc. III For both
5 Study Tours B.Sc. III For both
6 Workshops and Seminars B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both
7 Guest/Expert Lecture B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both
8 Certificate Course (Basic Cource in Web Technology) B.Sc. III For both
9 Unit Test/ Surprise Test/ Open Book Test B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both
10 Computer Lab B.Sc. I
B.Sc. II
B.Sc. III
For both
11 Research Paper Presentation B.Sc. III For both



7. Student Centric Methods


SR.NO. Methods Activity
1 Experiential Learning 1. Research Projects
2. Research Paper Presentation
3. PPT
4. YouTube Video Lectures
5. Study Tours
2 Participative Learning 1. Seminars by students
2. Expert lectures
3. Workshops
3 Problem Solving 1. Study Quiz
2. Surprise Tests
3. Home Assignments



8. Use ICT Enabled Tools for Teaching and Learning


SR.NO. Name of the Teacher ICT Tools E–resources and Apps
1 Mr. A. M. Joshi 1.LCD Projector
2.Computer Lab
3.SmartPhone
4. Laptop
5.USB drive
6.LAN/Wi-fi
7. Language Lab
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Google Classroom
3. Whats app
4. Google forms
5. Educational Apps
6. E-mails
7. Educational Websites
8.Team Link
9. PPT
2 Miss. P. C. Gaikwad 1.LCD Projector
2.Computer Lab
3.SmartPhone
4. Laptop
5.USB drive
6.LAN/Wi-fi
7. Language Lab
1. Zoom Meetings
2.Google Classroom
3. Whats app
4. Google forms
5. Educational Apps
6. E-mails
7. Educational Websites
8. N-lists
9. PPT



9. Digital Learning Resources


SR.NO. Digital Resource Numbers
1 Computers With Internet Connectivity 30
2 LED Projector 01
3 Computer Lab 02



10. Programme and Course Outcomes


Programme Specific Outcome


1) Bachelor of Science In Computer Science


Program Outcomes:


Knowledge Outcomes:


After completing B.Sc Computer Science Program student will be able to:

1) To develop problem solving abilities using computer.
2) To prepare necessary knowledge base for research & development in Computer Science.

Skill Outcomes:


After completing B.Sc Computer Science Program student will be able to:

1) To train students in professional skills related to Software Industry.
2) To build the necessary skill set for developing computer based solutions for real life problems.

Generic Outcomes:


After successful completion of B.Sc. in Computer Science, students will be able:

1) To create a learning environment to transform the students with strong fundamentals concepts
2) To develop programming and problem solving skills.
3) To provide exposure to students to latest tools & technologies in area of computer science.
4) There are brilliant job outlooks for Computer Science graduates in the recent scenario.
5) Computer Science graduates are competent in Academic, Research, Industry, Government, Private and Business organizations with the acquired programming skills.



Cource Outcome


B.Sc. Computer Science (CBCS) (Optional) Part-I SEM-I & SEM –II


Course Code: DSC-11A


Problem Solving Using Computers


After completion of this course students will be able to:

1) Understand basic concepts of computers.
2) Understand operating environment.
3) Demonstrate the use of Linux Operating system commands.
4) Understands the control structures and arrays.

Course Code: DSC-12A


Database Management System and Relational Database Management System Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:

1) Describe the basic concepts of DBMS and various databases used in real applications.
2) Demonstrate the principles behind systematic database design Approaches.
3) Design the data models such as Hierarchical, Network, and Relational.
4) Learn MySQL for database creation and handling transactions.
5) Use of Integrity Constraints.

Course Code: DSC-11B


Programming Skills Using ‘C’ Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:

1) Able to implement the algorithms and draw flowcharts for solving Mathematical problem.
2) Ability to design and develop Computer programs, analyses, and interprets the concept of pointers, declarations, initialization, operations on pointers and their usage.
3) Able to define data types and use them in simple data processing applications also he/she must be able to use the concept of array of structures and file Handling.
4) Develop confidence for self-education and ability for life-long learning needed for computer language.

Course Code: DSC-12B


Relational Database Management System Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
1) Define the basic concepts of relational data models.
2) Use of SQL-DDL,DML,DQL.
3) Design the database structure by applying the concepts of Entity relational model and Normalization.
4) Learn MySQL for database creation and handling transactions



B.Sc. Computer Science (CBCS) (Optional) Part-II SEM-III & SEM –IV


Course Code: DSC-11C


PHP and MySQL Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
1) To understand basic concept of PHP.
2) To learn how to developing applications in PHP and MySQL.
3) To learn and develop various technology applications that definitely meets the current industry needs

Course Code: DSC-12C


Object Oriented Programming Using C++ Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
Perform object oriented programming to develop solutions to problems demonstrating usage of control structure, modularity, I/O and other standard language constructs.
1) To understand how C++ improves C with object oriented features.
2) To learn syntax & semantics of C++ programming language.
3) To learn how to write inline functions for efficiency and performance.
4) To learn how to overload functions and operators in C++.
5) To learn how to design C++ classes for code reuse.
6) To learn how to inheritance promote code reuse in C++.
7) To learn how to inheritance and virtual functions implement dynamic binding with polymorphism

Course Code: DSC-11D


Cyber Security Essentials –I Course Outcomes:


1) To understand concept of information security management.
2) Learn different access controls methods.
3) Understand wireless network security.
4) Learn cyber security laws and importance of security audit.

Course Code: DSC-12D


Data Structure Using C++ Course Outcomes:


1) To understand the basic concepts such as Abstract Data Types, Linear and non Linear Data Structures.
2) Ability to choose appropriate data structures to represent data items in real world problems.
3) Ability to design programs using a variety of data structures such as array, stacks, queues linked list.
4) Ability to analyze the time and space complexities of algorithms.
5) Able to analyze and implement various kinds of searching and sorting techniques.



B.Sc. Computer Science (CBCS) (Optional) Part-III SEM-V & SEM –VI


Course Code DSE-21E


Core Java Objective:


To teach the learner how to use Object oriented paradigm to develop code and understand the concepts of Core Java and to cover-up with the pre-requisites of Core java.
Course Outcomes:
After completion of this course students will be able to -
1) Object oriented programming concepts using JAVA.
2) Knowledge of input, its processing and getting suitable output.
3) Understand, design, implement and evaluate classes and applets.
4) Understanding concept of Multiprogramming and Exception Handling.


Course Code: DSE-22E


C# Programming Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
1) Covers all practical aspects of C#.NET framework.
2) Goal is to introduce the students to the basics of OOPs and Windows application program.


Course Code: DSE-23E


Linux Part- I Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
1) Upon completion of this course, students should have agood working knowledge of Linux. Allowing them to easily use any Linux distribution.
2) This course shall help student to learn advanced subjects in computer science practically.


Course Code: DSE-24E


Python Part-I Objective:


Master the fundamentals of writing Python scripts
Course Outcomes:
After completion of this course students will be able to -
1) To understand why Python is a useful scripting language for developers.
2) To learn how to write loops and decision statements in Python.
3) To learn how to use lists, tuples and dictionaries in Python programs.


Course Code: DSE-21F


Advance Java Objective:


Explore advanced topics of Java programming for solving problems.
Course Outcomes:
After completion of this course students will be able to -
1) The student will be able to develop distributed business applications, develop web pages using advanced server-side programming through servlet and Java server pages.
2) Demonstrate approaches for performance and effective coding.
3) To learn database programming using Java.
4) To study web development concepts using Servlet and JSP


Course Code: DSE-22F


ASP.NET Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
1) Covers all practical aspects of multi-tier web based application development using the .NET framework.
2) Goal is to introduce the students to the basics of distributed web based application development.


Course Code: DSE-23F


Linux Part- II Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
1) This course covers design principles of Linux OS memory management.
2) Structure of File system and virtual file system is also collaborated.
3) This course contains details of shell programming and introduces System administration.


Course Code: DSE-24F


Python Part-II Course Outcomes:


After completion of this course students will be able to:
1) To learn how to write functions and pass arguments in Python.
2) To learn how to build and package Python modules for reusability.
3) To learn how to use exception handling in python applicationsfor error handling.




11. Exam Results


Year No. of Students
appeared in the Exam
No. of Students
Passed in the Exam
Pass Percentage
(%)
2021-22 05 05 100%
2020-21 02 02 100%



12. Research Profile of the Department


(From 2016-2017 to 2020-2021)

SR.NO. Name of the Faculty Research Papers published in UGC approved Journals Research papers published in Peer reviewed Journals/ Chapters in books Books Research Project
1 Mr. Aniruddha Manohar Joshi 00 02 00 00
2 Miss. Prajakta Chandrakant Gaikwad 00 00 00 00



13. Seminars/Conferences/Workshops Conducted


(From 2020-21 to 2021-22)

Year Name of the 2016Workshop/ Seminar/ Conference Number of Participants Date From To
Nil Nil Nil Nil



14. Extension activities


Sr.No. Year Name of the Activity No. of Participants
Nil Nil Nil Nil



15. Awards and Recognitions Won By Faculty


Name of the Faculty Name of the activity Name of the Award/ recognition for the Institution Name of the Awarding Government/ Government Bodies Year of Award
-- -- -- -- --



16. Collaborations/Linkages and MoUs


Organization with which MoU is signed Name of the institution/ industry/ corporate house Year of signing MoU Duration
(%)
Tech ASP Solutions, Islampur Tech ASP Solutions, Islampur 2021-22 5 years
VibrantMind Technology Pvt. Ltd., Pune VibrantMind Technology Pvt. Ltd., Pune 2022-23 5 years



17. Placement of Outgoing Students


(From 2020-21 To 2022-23)

Year Name of student placed and contact details Name of the employer with contact details Pay package at appointment (In INR per annum)
2020-21 Jadhav Nikhil Anil ACPL Transport, Palus 72000/-
2021-22 Patil Pranav Prakash John Deere India Pvt. Ltd, Pune 240000/-



18. Students Progressing to Higher Education


(From 2020-21 To 2021-22)

Year Name of the Student enrolling into higher education Name of institution joined Name of Programme admitted to
2021-2022 Lipare Dinesh Rajendra Shivaji University. Kolhapur M.Sc(Comp Sci)
2021-2022 Bakare Vishwajeet Namdev Shivaji University. Kolhapur M.Sc(Comp Sci)
2021-2022 Shikalgar Irfan Shikandar Dr. Rafiq Zakaria Centre for Higher Learning & Advanced Research, Aurangabad M.Sc(Comp Sci)
2021-2022 Karande Akash Sukumar Dr. Rafiq Zakaria Centre for Higher Learning & Advanced Research, Aurangabad M.Sc(Comp Sci)
2020 -2021 Koli Narayan Changdev Shivaji University. Kolhapur M.Sc(Comp Sci)



19. Awards/Medals/Scholarships by Students Won


Sr. No Year Name of the Student Details



20. Prominent Alumni of the Department


Sr.No. Name of the Alumni
Position Held
1 Jadhav Nikhil Anil Booking Incharge,ACPL Tranport
2 Patil Pranav Prakash Warehouse Executive John Deere India Pvt. Ltd



21. SWOC (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, Challenges) Analysis


Strengths:
   • Well qualified and Research oriented teaching staff.
   • Well equipped Computer Labpratories.
   • Effective use of ICT tools in learning process .

Weakness:
   • No Post graduate programme.
   • Students from vernacular background .

Opportunities:
   • To introduce more add on cources.
   • Arrange specialized training program by the faculty .

Challenges:
   • Good number of enrollment.
   • To bridge the gap between Slow Learners and Advanced Learners .
   • Strenghten industry-institute interaction.
   • More placements in core company.
   • More focus on industrial training for faculty and student.




22.Perspective Plan of the department


• Strengthen Industry-Institutes Interaction.

• More placements in Core Company.

• More focus on Industrial training for faculty and students.

• Arrange specialized training program by the faculty.







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