Master of Computer Application (MCA) is a two-year professional postgraduate course that focuses on the various aspects of computer applications, operating systems, computer architecture, application software and more.
In today’s knowledge economy, information technologies and communication systems have become critical components of almost every organization’s business strategy and in turn leading to development and economic growth of the country.
This programme prepares students to apply a wide variety of cutting-edge technologies to equip them and prepare them for different jobs in industry related to artificial intelligence as well as in academic and research positions. This course will help a student to keep pace with technological changes and build critical problem solving skills in sync with industry requirements.
This programme prepares students to apply a wide variety of cutting-edge technologies to equip and prepare them for different jobs in industry related to machine learning, artificial intelligence and data science as well as academic and research positions. This course will help a student to keep pace with technological changes and build critical problem-solving skills in sync with industry requirements.
Students interested in advanced study, a research project in statistical science, and its use to solve real-world issues can consider the M.Sc. Statistics program at Vishwakarma University, Pune.
Data Science and analytics is a crucial component of this programme which makes sure that the students understand and are proficient in data science approaches for data collecting and analysis.
The study of statistics is essential for making decisions and developing policies. The descriptive and inferential functions of statistics form the cornerstone of development for practically all current fields. It also offers a variety of non-traditional job opportunities, from business analysts to sports analysts.
India has a diversified financial sector undergoing rapid expansion, the sector will grow rapidly out to 2035, driven by rising incomes, heightened government focus on financial inclusion and digital adoption.
In the upcoming era of FinTech, Data is the new oil. Financial data management along with the financial intelligence required for decision making are going to create wonderful new opportunities in the field of finance apart from the traditional roles.
|Category||Fees in Rupee (₹)|
|SC/ST/OBC/differently-abled category, Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||4000/-|
|Sr. No||Programme Name||Fees in Rupee (₹)|
|3||Ph.D. (Journalism & Mass Communication)||75,000/-|
|4||Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Studies)||75,000/-|
|7||Ph.D. (Travel & Tourism)||75,000/-|
|9||Ph.D. (Saskrit and Prakrit)||60,000/-|
|11||Ph.D. (Computer Science)||1,25,000/-|
|12||Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering)||1,25,000/-|
|13||Ph.D. (Computer Engineering)||1,25,000/-|
|14||Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering)||1,25,000/-|
|Ph.D Thesis Submission Fee (At the time of Thesis Submission)||25,000/-|
VUPET examination will have two papers, Paper I would be of 50 marks, 2 hours duration, objective type, aimed at assessing the research methodology, general intelligence and aptitude of the applicants. Paper II would also be of 50 marks, subjective and aimed at assessing the subject knowledge, the communication skills, research thinking of the candidate.
Paper I: It will have 50 questions of 1 mark each. The scope of this paper includes logical reasoning, numerical ability, language skills, research Methodology etc. This paper is common for students of all faculties. Minimum passing is 50% for all applicants.
The result of Paper-I will be displayed within one hour after the Paper-I exam.
Only those applicants qualifying the Paper-I will be eligible to appear for Paper-II.
Paper II:This paper is subject-specific, subjective type and 2 hours duration. The aim of this paper is to check the subject knowledge, research thinking, communication skills, etc.
The passing percentage for this paper is 50% for all candidates.
VUPET is a qualifying examination. Candidates who score more than 50% marks in both papers are eligible to appear for an interview
Note: A relaxation of 5 % marks will be allowed in the entrance examination for the candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC/differently-abled category, and Economically Weaker Section (EWS).
Ph.D. Entrance Exam Syllabus for Paper II
|Faculty||Ph.D. Subject||Admission Eligibility|
|Arts and Science||Design||Master Degree in relevant subject with more than 55% marks.|
|Commerce and Management||Management||Master Degree in relevant subject with more than 55% marks.|
|Media and Communication||Journalism and Mass Communication||Masters in relevant subject with more than 55% marks.|
|Science and Technology||Computer Engineering||M.E/ M.Tech in Computer Engineering with more than 55% marks.|
|Computer Science||Master in Computer Science or M.C.A with more than 55% marks.|
|Mechanical Engineering||M.E/ M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering with more than 55% marks.|
|Chemical Engineering||M.E/ M.Tech in Chemical Engineering with more than 55% marks.|
|Mathematics||Masters in Mathematics with more than 55% marks.|
|Statistics||Masters in Statistics with more than 55% marks.|
|Law||Law||Master in Law with more than 55% marks.|
|Humanities and Social Science||Music||Master in Music with more than 55% marks.|
|Psychology||M.A./M.Sc. in Psychology with more than 55% marks.|
|Sanskrit and Prakrit||Master in Sanskrit and Prakrit with more than 55% marks.|
|Travel and Tourism||Master degree in Travel and Tourism with more than 55% marks.|
|Interdisciplinary Studies||Life Sciences||Master Degree in relevant subject with more than 55% marks.|
*A relaxation of 5% marks or its equivalent grade may be allowed for those belonging to SC/ST/OBC (non- creamy layer)/Differently-Abled, Economically Weaker Section (EWS).
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