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MSc Computer Science

Established in 1990, Mahatma Gandhi University’s School of Computer Sciences introduced a pioneering M.Sc program in Computer Science in 1993. With a commitment to delivering superior education and fostering research in the computer science domain, the School aimed to address the rising demand for highly skilled professionals in the field. Under the guidance of Prof.(Dr.) K.N. Ramachandran Nair, the founder director, the first program laid the foundation for a legacy of excellence. Today, the School continues to thrive, now offering a second-level M.Sc program, consistently contributing to the development of well-trained computer professionals and meeting industry demands.

MSc Computer Science (50 students)

  • Year of Commencement 1993
  • Upgraded to Second Level Programme  in  2002

MSc Computer Sciences 25 State merit and reservation  + 1 Sports Quota + 1 Cultural Quota + 1 Other State + 2 Foreign Quota 

The admission to MSc is through the Common Admission Procedure of the University, based on performance in national level entrance examinations conducted by the University.

The duration of the programme is two years (four semesters). The integrated schedule of assignments and lab work demands that students work intensively both in the laboratory and in the library. The scheme of examination and evaluation are as per CSS regulations.

The curriculum provides comprehensive coverage of the discipline. Syllabi are revised periodically and updated so as to keep them in line with changing developments. Syllabi revision are initiated at the department level, which is then placed before the Board Of Studies for further discussion and its approval wherein external experts also take part.

Syllabus