BSc.CSIT Syllabus Change

 B.SC.CSIT 2079 Batch Syllabus Change

In recent years, the field of computer science and information technology has been rapidly evolving, with new technologies and trends emerging regularly. As a result, academic institutions that offer Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information Technology (B.Sc. CSIT) programs need to keep their curricula up-to-date to ensure that students receive the latest and most relevant education.

Introduction:                 The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Information Technology (B.Sc. CSIT) curriculum is designed by closely following the courses practiced in accredited international universities, subject to the condition that the intake students are twelve years of schooling in the science stream or equivalent from any university recognized by Tribhuvan University (TU). In addition to the foundation and core Computer Science and Information Technology courses, the program offers several elective courses to fulfill the demand of high technology applications development. The foundation and core courses are designed to meet the undergraduate academic program requirement, and the service courses are designed to meet the need of fast changing computer technology and application. Students enrolled in the four year B.Sc. CSIT program are required to take courses in design and implementation of computer software systems, foundation in the theoretical model of computer science, and a functional background of computer hardware. All undergraduate students are required to complete 126 credit hours of computer science course and allied courses.
Objective:                 The main objective of B.Sc. CSIT program is to provide students intensive knowledge and skill on different areas of computer science and information technology including design, theory, programming and application of computer system. It is envisaged that graduate of this program will be equipped with necessary knowledge of computer software and hardware system.

Course Duration:
The entire course is of eight semesters (four academic years). There is a separate semester examination after the end of each semester.

Hours of Instruction:
a) Working days: 90 days in a semester
b) Class hours:
(i) 3 credit hours courses with theory and labs is equivalent to 3 lecture hours and 3 lab hours = 6 working hours per week.
(ii) 3 credit hours theory-only course is equivalent 3 lecture hours and 2 tutorial hours = 5 working hours per week.

All the courses except project work and internship should have internal weightage of 40% and external weightage of 60%. For the courses having laboratory work, the internal weightage is divided into 20% laboratory work and 20% internal assessment. A student should secure minimum of 40% in each category to pass a course. The final grade and grade point in each course will be the sum of overall weightage of all categories. There will be a separate practical examination for the 20% weightage of laboratory work in the presence of an external examiner.
The Project work and Internship are evaluated by different evaluators. To pass Project Work and Internship, students should secure at least 40% marks in the evaluation of each evaluator and the final grade and grade point will be the sum of all the evaluations. For the evaluation of final presentation, an external examiner will be assigned.

The syllabus is same as 2074 batch to 2078 Batch.There is mainly two major change in the syllabus of 2079 Batch and that is

1.The full marks of Mathematics-I has been change:
                    In the previous Syllabus of 2074 to 2078 Batch the full marks of Mathematics-I is 80 but as of now there is 60 marks and 40 marks is practical.Rest of them are same as 2074 to 2078 Batch

2.Grading System:
                        The grade awarded to each student in each course is based on his/her overall performance through internal and external evaluations. Several evaluation criteria are used for the continuous internal evaluation. External evaluation is solely based on examination conducted by Institute of Science and Technology (IOST). The grade in each course is assigned using a letter grade that indicates the overall performance of each student in each course. The chart below represents letters with its corresponding grading scale, grade point, and performance.Here is the Grading Scale

Final Examination:
                Institute of science and technology, Tribhuvan University, will conduct the final examination at the end of each semester for each course except Project Work and Internship. The weightage of this final examination is 60% of the overall weightage.

Here is the Syllabus of B.SC.CSIT 2074 to 2078 Batch

The Syllabus of B.SC.CSIT 2079 Batch

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