UNIVERSITY OF DELHI – 2015

Admission for Post-graduate/ Master’s Courses – 2015

Eligibility : Master of Computer Application (MCA) : Bachelor degree (10+2+3 Scheme) from the University of Delhi with at least one paper in Mathematical Sciences (Mathematics, computer Science, Statistics, Operational research) under annual mode/ atleast two papers in Mathematics Science (Mathematics, computer Science, Statistics, Operational research) in semester mode or an equivalent degree. Marks Requirements : 60% marks in aggregate. Syllabus : Mathematics : Mathematics at the level of B.Sc. Program of the University of Delhi. Computer Science: Introduction to Computer organization including data representation, Boolean circuits and their simplification, basics of combinational circuits; C-programming: Data types, constants and variables, operators and expressions, control structures. Modularity: use of functions, scope, arrays. Logical ability & English Comprehension: Problem-solving using basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis. Reading comprehension and correct usage of English language MSc. (Computer Science) : 1. B.Sc. (Honours) Computer Science (10+2+3 scheme) from University of Delhi or any other University whose examination is recognized as equivalent to University of Delhi. Marks Requirements : 60% marks in aggregate. 2. B.Sc. Applied Physical Sciences with Mathematics and Computer Science/B.Sc.(General) Mathematical Sciences (10+2+3 scheme) with Mathematics and Computer Science from University of Delhi. Marks Requirements : 60% marks in the aggregate with 60% marks in Computer Science and Mathematics separately. Application Fees :

MCA / M.Sc. (Computer Science)

Rs. 500/- for Gen., OBC Category

Rs. 250/ for SC/ST/PwD Category

Payment is to be made in the form of a demand draft drawn in favour of “The Registrar, University of Delhi” payable at Delhi on all working days. IMPORTANT DATE : Schedule of Registration : 1st April, 2015 to 30th April, 2015

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