BE in Computer Science and EngineeringHindustan College of Engineering
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BE in Computer Science and Engineering
The course at Hindustan concentrates on bridging theory and practice, including a wide variety of hardware and software technologies and their applications.
The course is designed to equip students with the fundamental understanding and practical skills needed by the potential leaders of a demanding profession. However, this by no means limits our graduates in their choice of career: like other courses at Hindustan, it is training in logical thought and expression, and can lead to employment in many different fields.
A sound understanding of mathematical ideas is needed throughout the course, both for potential applications such as scientific computation, and for reasoning rigorously about the specification and behavior of programs. Practical skills must also be developed, and the majority of subjects within the course are linked with practical work.
The laboratory has a large network of up-to-date workstations for practical work, and the network is accessible from colleges and many student rooms, and from the internet.
During the first part of the course, your work is divided between lectures (about four a week), tutorials (about one a week), and practical classes (about two sessions a week). In addition, you will be expected to spend a considerable amount of time on private study. As the course progresses, you will begin to work in small classes on more specialized topics. You will spend a substantial amount of time in your third and fourth years working on a project that counts towards your degree.
Tutors want to see how you tackle unfamiliar problems and respond to new ideas; they will be more interested in the problem-solving process than in whether you can get straight to a solution. As in all subjects at Hindustan, ability and commitment to study are more important than prior knowledge. Specifically, we do not require any formal qualification in computing, although you will be expected to show enthusiasm for the subject. A strong mathematical ability is more important.