Curriculum CHD

B.Tech in Computer Science and MS by Research in Exact Humanities

July 2012
Semester-wise Curriculum [Subject to Changes]
Year
Semester
CD
AD
CNO
CName
Credits
I
I
In
MA
IMA101
Mathematics I
3-1-0-4
I
I
In
CS
ICS101
Computer Programming
3-1-3-5
I
I
In
CS
ICS102
IT Workshop I
2-0-3-3
I
I
In
HS
IHS103
Human Values I
0-2-0-2
I
I
Pr
 
HSS290
Confluence of Humanities & CS
3-0-0-4
I
I
Pr
 
HSS240
Sense of Past
3-0-0-4
I
I
In
 
IHS141/131
English/HSS Skills I
2-0-0-2
Total 16-4-6-24
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 26
I
II
In
MA
IMA102
Mathematics II
3-1-0-4
I
II
In
 
ICS103
Data Structures
3-1-3-5
I
II
In
CS
ICS105
IT Workshop II
2-0-3-3
I
II
In
HS
IHS107
Human Values II
0-2-0-2
I
II
Pr
 
HSS200
Theoretical Humanities, Formalisms, Digital Humanities
3-0-0-4
I
II
Pr
 
HSS260
Society & Development
3-0-0-4
I
II
In
 
IHS132
HSS Skills II
2-0-0-2
Total 16-4-6-24
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 26
II
I
In
MA
IMA201
Mathematics III
3-1-0-4
II
I
In
EC
IEC101
Digital Logic and Processors
3-1-3-5
II
I
In
 
ICS211
Algorithms
3-1-0-4
II
I
In
CS
ICS241
Intro to Databases
2-1-0-2
II
I
In
CS
ICS261
SSAD & Project
3-0-3-3
II
I
Pr
   
Humanities Foundations
3-0-0-4
II
I
Pr
 
HSS320
Ontology
3-0-0-4
Total 20-4-6-26
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 23
II
II
In
CS
ICS104
Computer System Organization
3-1-0-4
II
II
Pr
CS
CSE311
Formal Methods
2-1-0-2
II
II
Pr
CS
CSE251
Graphics
2-1-0-3
II
II
Pr
CS
CSE371
Artificial Intelligence
3-1-0-4
II
II
In
CS
ICS251
Computer Networks
2-1-0-2
II
II
Pr
 
HSS330
Aesthetics, Narrative & Design
3-0-0-4
II
II
Pr
 
HSS300
History of Ideas
3-0-0-4
II
II
Pr
 
HSS341
Classical Language: Sanskrit I
3-0-0-2
Total 21-5-0-25
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 24
III
I
In
CS
ICS231
Operating Systems
2-1-1-3
III
I
     
CS Bouquet Core
3-1-0-4
III
I
     
Elective from CS
3-1-0-4
III
I
     
Elective from Science
3-1-0-4
III
I
Pr
   
Elective from Humanities
3-0-0-4
III
I
Pr
   
Humanities Sub-Stream Course I
3-0-0-4
III
I
Pr
 
HSS342
Classical Language: Sanskrit II
0-3-0-2
Total 15-7-1-25
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 23
III
II
     
CS Bouquet Core
3-1-0-4
III
II
     
Elective from CS
3-1-0-4
III
II
Pr
   
Elective from Humanities
3-0-0-4
III
II
Pr
   
Humanities Sub-Stream Course II
3-0-0-4
III
II
Pr
   
Independent Study-1
3-0-0-4
III
II
Pr
   
Confluence Projects-Honours-1
4-0-0-4
Total 19-2-0-24
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 21
IV
I
     
CS Bouquet Core
3-1-0-4
IV
I
     
Elective from CS
3-1-0-4
IV
I
Pr
   
Elective from Humanities
3-0-0-4
IV
I
Pr
   
Humanities Sub-Stream Course III
3-0-0-4
IV
I
Pr
   
Independent Study-2
3-0-0-4
IV
I
Pr
   
Confluence Projects- Honours-2
4-0-0-4
Total 19-2-0-24
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 21
IV
II
     
CS Bouquet Core
3-1-0-4
IV
II
     
Elective from CS
3-0-0-4
IV
II
Pr
   
Elective from Humanities
3-0-0-4
IV
II
Pr
   
Humanities Sub-Stream Course IV
3-0-0-4
IV
II
Pr
   
Confluence Projects-Honours-3
4-0-0-4
Total 16-1-0-20
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 17
V
I
     
Thesis I
12
Total 0-0-0-12
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 0
V
II
     
Thesis II
12
Total 0-0-0-12
Total In-Class Hours per Week – 0
Exact Humanities Sub-Streams: Choice of 4 Electives from Following
Cultural Informatics Stream:
1. Content Engineering*
2. Indian Aesthetics*
3. Theory of Cinema, Sports and Arts;
4. Narrative: Ramayana; Mahabharata and Stories
 
Ontology Stream:
1. Computational Appraisal of Indic Traditions
2. Generative Ontology and Applications
3. Indic Philosophical Systems
4. Phenomenology
 
Development Stream:
1. Search for a Human Society
2. Indian Constitution, Polity and Governance*
3. Decentralized Development and Social Wellbeing*
4. Social Choice Theory: Law and Environment
 
CS Bouquet Core Courses: Choice of Fourfrom Foundation and System Courses
CS Elective Courses: Choice of FourElectives from Following:
Data Engineering
CSE441 Database Systems
CSE445 Data Warehousing and Data Mining
Language Technologies

CSE472 Natural Language Processing
CSE572 Natural Language Processing II
CLG431 Natural Language Dialog Systems
CSE474 Information Retrieval and Extraction
Robotics

CSE482 Multi Agent Systems
CSE485 Introduction to Cognitive Science
Security, Theory and Algorithms

CSE811 Topics in Information Security
CSE538 Systems and Network Security
Visual Information Technology

CSE251 Graphics
CSE478 Digital Image Processing
Science Elective Courses: Choice of One Elective from Science Courses
Summary
Area
Core
Elective
Total
Percentage
Computer Science
48
32
80
41.67%
Exact Humanities
44
32
76
39.58%
Mathematics
12
0
12
6.25%
Science
0
4
4
2.08%
Confluence project
12
0
12
6.25%
Independent Study
8
0
8
4.17%
Total
124
68
192
 
Type of the Courses
Credits
Cumulative Credits
Institute Core
68
68
Programme Core
36
104
Bouquet Core (4)
4*4 = 16
120
Science Elective (1)
1*4 = 4
124
Humanities Elective (4)
4*4 = 16
140
CS Electives (4)
4*4 = 16
156
CEH Electives (4)
4*4 = 16
172
Confluence Projects (3)
3*4 = 12
184
Independent Study (2)
2*4 = 8
192
Thesis Credits (2) – Typically in 5th year
12*2=24
216
TOTAL
216 Credits

In order to graduate with B.Tech Honours in Computer Science and MS by Research in Exact Humanities, a student must successfully complete 192 course credits and 24 Thesis credits, with minimum CGPA of 7.00 and meet the following requirements.

  1. Meet the requirements as given in the above table and
  2. Students are required to complete 4 PT Credits which will be counted towards extra-curricular credits (not part of credit requirements mentioned above).
  3. Must successfully complete the THREE 4 credit Confluence Honours Projects in semesters VI, VII & VIII and obtain a GPA greater than 8 in these 3 projects.

 

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