B.Tech in Computer Science EngineeringGlocal University
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Minimum 50% marks at Higher & Senior Secondary level (10th & 12th) Minimum 50% aggregate in Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics at Senior Secondary level (12th)
What you'll learn on the course
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Backed by an exceptionally brilliant academic record, Prof. Raina has been engaged in administration, teaching & research for nearly 35 years. He was awarded prestigious national fellowship and a faculty position at TATA INSTITUTE OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH (T.I.F.R), Bombay, INDIA wherein he spent four years of research work and then proceeded to the US on an International FULLBRIGHT fellowship to obtain his M.Tech & Ph.D. from USC, Columbia, USA. Based on Dr. Rainas exemplary research work written at an early age which was received with tremendous response.
he Glocal Department of Computer Science educates future computer application engineers and computer scientists.
The courses at this school are designed with special emphasis on a systems approach, algorithmic thinking and a knack to find the best and fastest fit for an application. As programs and applications become more user-friendly, it is the exceptions that are taught and also how to use little-known features. The science of computing is addressed with a heavy emphasis on the science part.
The school offers B. Tech. courses. Computer specialists, in our opinion, need a greater exposure to the humanities and to other subjects like economics, accounting, astronomy, psychology, etc., where the use of computers and applications are growing at a fast rate and an appreciation of these areas is needed by the computer specialist. Also, programming and software are areas of intense mental activity and concentration and also a demand on creativity which is better developed by ‘soft’ thinking subjects like music, philosophy, world literature, etc. These help promote ‘lateral’ and out-of-the-box thinking so important to one engaged in making computation and computers work for society and the individual.