The MS (Computer Science) program is generic, covering broader areas through course work and providing concentration through research component. The program is in compatible with international MS programs. It enables computer science graduates to pursue further studies by offering courses in specific fields. University provides substantial support, principally via one-to-one supervision of research students and well-integrated, active research groups.
The University expects its MS graduates to pursue careers either as ‘Computer Science Faculty Members’ at a University or as ‘Software Development Managers’ in the industry. Candidates for this program are expected to have a strong inclination towards computing. The MS (Computer Science) program includes four ‘core courses’ aimed at strengthening the understanding and competence of students in computer science fundamentals. To enable the students to specialize in an area of their choice a set of ‘elective courses’ are offered.
Degree in relevant subject, earned from a recognized university after 16 years of education with at least 60% marks or CGPA of at least 2.0. Admission test, NTS-GAT General Test with minimum 50% cumulative score or University test with 60% marks should be presented before the Graduate Research Committee of the department of Computer Science for final selection/ interview.