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Master of Science (Informatics)


Master of Science (Informatics) -       Two-year degree programme

 

Master of Science (Informatics) -        Two-year degree programme

The two-year post-graduate degree programme provides students theoretical knowledge and practical skills relating to computers, programming languages, graphics and multimedia applications, telecommunication systems, networking, and management of information systems. The students, after completing the two-year programme, are expected to attain a good background in conventional computer programming, and expertise in computers and telecommunication networks. To supplement the academic inputs, it is mandatory for all the students to undergo practical training (summer training / project) in house or in a business/ industrial/ research organisation, at the end of II or IV semester of the programme.

Students who successfully complete a total of 138 credits, from all the four semesters and summer training, are awarded the degree of M.Sc. in Informatics.

Since the students come from different disciplines, to bring them at par before starting the regular courses, a zero semester of about one-month has been introduced. During the Zero semester, students take courses in topics in which they do not have an adequate background and are exposed to laboratory and Internet. Out of various papers specified for the zero semester a minimum of two papers have to be taken by every student and depending on the background, a student may be advised to take more than two papers. Zero semester papers do not carry any credit for the purpose of classification of results. This period is also used for training students needing financial assistance to work as teaching or administrative assistants.

The total span period for M.Sc. (Informatics) course is four years.

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Admission for Master of Science (Informatics)

The candidate must have passed from the University of Delhi with any of the following degrees or have equivalent qualification from a recognized University / Institutions with at least 50% marks in aggregate  


How to Apply

 (A) Online Application:  Form shall be available and submitted online from w.e.f. 22nd April  2013 at www.iic.ac.in. (online submission details are available on the website)

 

(B) The application forms along with Information Bulletin can be obtained personally between 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on working days (excluding Sat/Sun & Holidays) or by post on sending a request along with the requisite demand draft, from the office of IIC, University of Delhi South Campus, Benito Juarez Road, New Delhi 110021. Duly completed application forms for entrance examination can be submitted personally or by post at the office of the IIC.  Demand drafts should be drawn in favour of “The Director, University of Delhi South Campus”, payable at State Bank of India, UDSC, New Delhi (Code No.7687).




Eligibility:

  1. Bachelor’s degree under 10+2+3 scheme (B.Sc./B.Sc.(H)/B.Appl.Sc.) in Physical Sciences or Chemical Sciences or Electronic Sciences or Mathematical Sciences or Computer Sciences or any combinations of subjects with at least two from these disciplines.
  2. B.E./B.Tech. degree in any discipline
  3. Students who are appearing or have appeared in the final examination of the above courses may also apply. However, the results of the qualifying examination must be submitted on or before 31st August 2013 failing which the admission will be cancelled.




Number of Seats:

The total numbers of seats (including reserved seats) for M.Sc. are 62.

Reservations /Relaxation


  1. 15% of the seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates.
  2. 7.5% of the seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates.
  3. 5% of the seats are reserved for Children/Widows of the officers and men of Armed Forces including Para-military personnel killed/disabled in action.3% of the seats are reserved for physically handicapped candidates.
  4. Relaxation to the extent of 5% marks in the minimum marks for eligibility to the entrance test and qualifying for group discussion and interview will be allowed to the above categories.
  5. For OBC (Non Creamy Layer) candidates, seats are reserved as per University Norms.