- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
- Offered by: University of Calcutta, Kolkata
Master of Science (M.Sc) in Computer Science is a full-time two-year postgraduate course offered by the University of Calcutta, Kolkata.
M.Sc. (Computer Science) the course was introduced as the first autonomous course of the College and it was the first autonomous course among all Colleges under the University of Calcutta.
With rapidly evolving technology and the continuous need for innovation, the Department has always produced quality professionals and research fellows working in both India and abroad. The students of both undergraduate and postgraduate courses are well placed through on-campus and off-campus placement drives. Students have been placed in reputed IT companies like Odessa Technologies, CTS, IBM, RS Software, etc. Many of the students opt for higher studies and have enrolled themselves in reputed Universities/Institutes in our country like Pune University, NIT, Jadavpur University, IIT, etc. some of them have been selected for scholarship programmes in international universities such as Oxford, University of Nice, Manchester University, Kings College UK, etc. The students in our Department have continued to bring us glory. Several of our students have successfully published papers in well acclaimed peer-reviewed journals and presented papers in national and international conferences.
Admission is the Based on Entrance Test conducted by St Xavier's College, Kolkata.
- Candidates who have cleared the B.Sc. in Computer Science or its equivalent like BIT/ BCA with a minimum of 55% marks in Honours (45% for reserved category).
- Candidates who have completed the 2nd year or 5th Semester in and are awaiting final year / 6th-semester Examination Results are also eligible to apply. Admission for such candidates will be provisional and be conditional to their passing the qualifying examination with the minimum required marks [55% for General and 45% for Reserved category].
- No candidate shall be eligible for admission after a lapse of more than five years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination. The year of admission will not be taken into account while calculating five years from the year of passing the previous qualifying examination.