Computer science & Engineering
The emergence of Computer Science as a discipline is perhaps one of the most significant intellectual developments of the twentieth century. Computer science, broadly defined, is the theory and practice of representation, processing, and use of information. The field is still in its infancy, yet encompasses a large and rapidly growing body of knowledge concerning algorithms, information processing, communication, languages, and information systems. It employs both theoretical as well as experimental approaches to advance the state of knowledge in these areas. It offers a powerful paradigm for modeling complex phenomena such as cognition and life, and representing, processing, acquiring, and communicating knowledge that is new in the history of humanity. The power of this paradigm is evident everywhere in our technological society. It has begun to dramatically change our conception of reality.
The minimum eligibility for courses vary from course to course. For short-term certificate course the minimum eligibility is 10 +2 with Mathematics at least in Standard 10. For Diploma courses of six months to one-year duration you should be either graduate or pursuing graduation course. Long term Diploma course like Post-graduate Diplomas or Advanced Diploma courses require Graduates in any discipline.
For PGDCA or MCA one needs to be graduate apart from qualifying the entrance test. For M.Tech. one should be either B.Tech or MCA from recognised institution or university. One also needs to clear entrance test and or have a valid GATE score.