Department of Computer Applications
To provide a student-centred, conducive environment for preparing knowledgeable, skilled and value added professionals to stand out in a competitive world.
- PEO 1. Core Knowledge -The computing professional graduate will have the knowledge of basic science and Engineering skills, Humanities, social science, management and conceptual and practical understanding of core computer applications area with project development.
- PEO 2. Employment/ Continuing Education - The computing professional graduate will have the knowledge of Industry-based technical skills to succeed in entry level professional position at various industries as well as in academics.
- PEO 3. Professional Competency - The computing professional graduate will have the ability to communicate effectively in English, to accumulate and disseminate the knowledge and to work effectively in a team with a sense of social awareness.
- PO1. Computational Knowledge: Understand and apply mathematical foundation, computing and domain knowledge for the conceptualization of computing models from defined problems.
- PO2. Problem Analysis: Ability to identify, critically analyze and formulate complex computing problems using fundamentals of computer science and application domains.
- PO3. Design / Development of Solutions: Ability to transform complex business scenarios and contemporary issues into problems, investigate, understand and propose integrated solutions using emerging technologies.
- PO4. Conduct Investigations of Complex Computing Problems: Ability to devise and conduct experiments, interpret data and provide well informed conclusions.
- PO5. Modern Tool Usage: Ability to select modern computing tools, skills and techniques necessary for innovative software solutions.
- PO6. Professional Ethics: Ability to apply and commit professional ethics and cyber regulations in a global economic environment.
- PO7. Life-long Learning: Recognize the need for and develop the ability to engage in continuous learning as a Computing professional.
- PO8. Project Management and Finance: Ability to understand, management and computing principles with computing knowledge to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
- PO9. Communication Efficacy: Communicate effectively with the computing community as well as society by being able to comprehend effective documentations and presentations.
- PO10. Societal & Environmental Concern: Ability to recognize economic, environmental, social, health, legal, ethical issues involved in the use of computer technology and other consequential responsibilities relevant to professional practice.
- PO11. Individual and Team Work: Ability to work as a member or leader in diverse teams in multidisciplinary environment.
- PO12. Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Identify opportunities, entrepreneurship vision and use of innovative ideas to create value and wealth for the betterment of the individual and society.
Computer Application Post-Graduates (M.C.A.) will be able to:
- PSO 1: The computing professional graduate will be able toapply knowledge of computer science in practice to identify, critically analyze, formulate and develop computer applications using modern computing tools and techniques and will use these tools with dexterity.
- PSO 2: The computing professional graduate will be able todesign computing systems to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as safety, security and applicability. These systems will function professionally with ethical responsibility as an individual as well as in multidisciplinary teams with positive attitude.
- PSO 3: The computing professional graduate will be able toappreciate the importance of goal setting and recognize the need for life-long learning with good communication skills.