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Course is structured to provide students both theoretical as well as practical knowledge base of Computer Engineering and Computer Science. Computer designing as well as analysis are emphasized throughout the course using project-based structure. Integration of knowledge from different courses and application to this knowledge to engineering problem. Designed to provide students a suffcient experience in the design process for circuits, hardware and useful functions. During and after the course students can formulate problems and design practical solutions to meet desired needs. Designed to make students able to use modern design tools, software engineering and several programming languages. Provides opportunities for an increased awareness of broader implication of Technology and of the social responsibilities of the profession

Course Distribution
Semester:I Year:I
Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture(Hrs.) Tutorial(Hrs.) Laboratory(Hrs.) Total(Hrs.)
BIT101CO Fundamentals of Information Technology 3 3 1 2 6
BIT102HS Mathematics-I 3 3 2   5
BIT103HS Technical Communication 3 3 1   4
BIT104HS Society and Ethics in IT 3 3 1   4
BIT105CO Computer Programming in C 2   1 2 6
BIT106CO Project-I         3
  Total 17        
Semester:II Year:I
Course Code Course Title Credits Lecture(Hrs.) Tutorial(Hrs.) Laboratory(Hrs.) Total(Hrs.)
BIT151HS Mathematics-II 3 3 2   5
BIT152CO Digital Logic 3 3 1 2 6
BIT153HS Discrete Structure 3 3 1   4
BIT154CO Object Oriented Programming in C++ 3 3 1 2 6
BIT155MS Financial MAnagement & Accounting 3 3 1 1 5
BIT156CO Project-II 2     3 3
  Total 17        
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