Syllabus & Subjects offered in Bachelor of Engineering [BE] (Information Science and Engineering):

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester I:

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester II:

Engineering Maths I

Engineering Maths-II

Engineering Physics

Engineering Chemistry

Elements of Civil Engineering & Engineering Mechanics

Computer Introduction

Elements of Mechanical Engineering


Basic Electrical Engineering

Basic Electronic Engineering

Workshop Practice

C Lab

Engineering Physics Lab

Engineering Chemistry Lab

Constitution of India & Professional Ethics

Environmental Studies

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester III:

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester IV:

Engineering Mathematics III

Engineering Mathematics IV

Electronic Circuits

Graph Theory and Combinatory

Logic Design

Analysis and Design of Algorithms

Discrete Mathematical Structures

Object-Oriented Programming with C++

Data Structures with C


Unix and Shell Programming

Computer Organization

Data Structures Lab.

Object-Oriented Programming Lab.

Electronic Circuits & Logic Design Lab.

Microprocessors Lab.

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester V:

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester VI:

Software Engineering

Management and Entrepreneurship

Systems Software

Unix Systems Programming

Operating Systems

File Structures

Database Management Systems

Computer Networks II

Computer Networks I

Information Systems

Formal Languages and Automata Theory

Electives I

Database Applications Laboratory

Operations Research

Algorithms Laboratory

Compiler Design


Data Compression


Pattern Recognition


Computer Graphics and Visualization

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester VII:

BE ISE Syllabus - Semester VIII:

Object-Oriented Modelling and Design

Software Testing

Software Architectures

System Modelling and Simulation

Programming the Web

Elective IV(Group-D)

Data Mining

Elective V(Group-E)

Elective II (Group-B)

Project Work

Elective III (Group-C)


Networks Laboratory

Electives IV

Web Programming Laboratory

Mobile Computing

Electives II

Web 2.0 and Rich Internet Applications

Advanced DBMS

Storage Area Networks

Embedded Computing Systems

Network Management Systems


Information and Network Security

Multimedia Computing


Advanced Software Engineering

Electives V

Neural Networks

Ad hoc Networks

Electives III

Information Retrieval

C# Programming and Net

Supply Chain Management

Digital Image Processing

Service Oriented Architecture

Game Theory

Grid Computing

Artificial Intelligence

Decision Support Systems

User Interface Design


Fuzzy Logic



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