B.Sc ( Maths, Statistics, Computer Science / Computer Applications)

Course Objective:
To enhance the students reasoning, analytical and problem solving skills
To identify and solve significant problems across a broad range of application areas.
To help students gain the ability to identify, formulate and solve challenging problems in hardware and software systems  
Eligibility Criteria:
A pass in the two year Intermediate Examination of A.P. or +2 Examinations recognized as equivalent to and with an aggregate of 50 % marks in the concerned Science subjects viz Physical Sciences & Mathematics.
I Year
English - I English - I
Second Language:                                                                                     Second Language:                                                                                    
Human Values and Professional Ethics Indian Heritage and Culture
Mathematics-I (Differential Calculus) Theory Mathematics-II:Differential Equations (Theory)
Mathematics-I (Differential Calculus) Practical Mathematics-II:Differential Equations (Practical)
Statistics-I (Descriptive Statistics, Probability & Random variable) Theory Statistics-II: Mathematical Expectations & Probability Distributions (Theory)
Statistics-I (Descriptive Statistics, Probability & Random variable) Practical Statistics-II:  Mathematical Expectations & Probability Distributions (Practical)
Computer Science-I (Object Oriented Programming using C ++) Theory Computer Science-II:Data Structures and file processing (Theory)
Computer Science-I (Object Oriented Programming using C ++) Practical Computer Science-II:Data Structures and file processing (Practical)
II Year
English – III English – IV
Second Language Second Language
Environmental Studies Science & Civilization
Mathematics-III:Real Analysis (Theory) Mathematics-IV: Algebra (Theory)
Mathematics-III:Real Analysis (Practical) Mathematics-IV: Algebra (Practical)
Statistics-III: Correlation, Regression & Estimation theory (Theory) Statistics-IV : Statistical Inference  (Theory)
Statistics-III: Correlation, Regression & Estimation theory (Practical) Statistics-IV : Statistical Inference (Practical)
Computer Science-III: Numerical Computing (Theory) Computer Science-IV:Design and Analysis of Algorithms (Theory)
Computer Science-III: Numerical Computing (Practical) Computer Science-IV: Design and Analysis of Algorithms (Practical)
Choose any one:
1. Vector Calculus(Mathematics)
2.Linear Programming Problems (Mathematics)
Index Numbers & Introduction to R – Programming (Stats)
Choose any one:
1. Multiple Integral. (Mathematics)
2. Transportation, Assignment Problems and Job sequencing (Mathematics)
Time Series.(Stats)
Third Year
Choose any one:
Mathematics-V: (Theory)
1.  Numerical Analysis
2. Complex Analysis.
Choose any one:
Mathematics-VI: (Theory)1. Linear Algebra                
2. Matrices.
Mathematics-V: (Practical)   
1. Numerical Analysis
2. Complex Analysis
1. Linear Algebra                             
2. Matrices.
Choose any one:
Statistics-V : (Theory)                                             

1.Sampling Techniques & Vital statistics
2. Operations Research.
Choose any one:                                                                                      
Statistics-VI: (Theory)

1.SQC & Designs of Experiment
2.  Demand Analysis, Reliability & Official Statistics
Statistics-V : (Practical)                                         
1.Sampling Techniques & Vital Statistics 
2. Operations Research.
Statistics-VI : (Practical)
1.SQC & Designs of Experiment
2.Demand Analysis, Reliability &Official Statistics
Choose any one:
Computer Science-V (Theory)       
1. Operating Systems
2.Data Mining
3. Cryptography
Choose any one:
Computer Science-VI (Theory) 
1.Information Security

2.Database Applications
3.Computer Networks
Computer Science-V (Practical)         
1. Operating Systems
2.Data Mining
3. Cryptography
Computer Science-VI (Practical)                 
1.Information Security
2.Database Applications
3.Computer Networks
Choose any one:
1. Numerical Methods.  (Mathematics)     
2. Number Theory   (Mathematics)
Linear Programming Problems (Stats)
4.ComputerGraphics (Computer Science)
5.Electronic Commerce (Computer Science)
Choose any Subject:
Project (Mathematics / Statistics / Computer Science)
Course Outcome
At the end of the course, students develop problem solving skills and learn various concepts which help in developing logical tools and models used to solve various real life problems. Also the students learn traditional techniques of solving algebraic, transcendental equations, differential and integral equations, which have applications in many disciplines. They develop skills for probability concepts and statistical models which are basic for statistical inference for application in many natural phenomenon and also students learn applied statistical techniques which can used in industry, IT, engineering and social sciences etc. such as sampling theory, experimental designs, statistical quality control, reliability, optimization techniques, and Indian official statistics and vital statistics which helps students towards the real applications of industry. In computer science, students develop ability to write algorithms for problems ranging from simple to complex, understand the practical implementation of the algorithms using programming languages like C, C++, Java   and Web Technologies and develop programs, appreciate the implications of operating systems in development of computing systems to solve the problems in best possible way. The students will be able to find the role of databases for the organization and to apply them to the real world.

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