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Subject: Indian University Syllabus
Category: Reference, Education and News > Education
Asked by: shilpasrini-ga
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Posted: 12 Sep 2002 16:04 PDT
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Question ID: 64441
where can I get the syllabus for Pune University's course in Bachelor
of Engineering (Computers)? I need this information online, and the
university's website does not have it there.
Subject: Re: Indian University Syllabus
Answered By: angy-ga on 13 Sep 2002 02:53 PDT
Hi, Shilpasrini !

You've obviously looked at the University's own site at:

but their computer science course seems to be a post-graduate Master's

The syllabus for the University's  Master's Course in Computer
Management can be found through:

where there is an email button for further enquiries.

They also have an Interdisciplinary School of  Scientific Computing
whose syllabus is posted at:

Again it appears to be a Master's course. Indeed, a click through the
University's website shows that many of the main faculties take
post-graduate students only, and this may be the source of your

Like many University's these days,  Pune University approves degrees
which are studied through other institutions and accredited by the
University. A list can be found at:

One such is VIIT - Vidya Pratishan's Institute of Information
Technology - at:

They offer a BE-Computers which is directly awarded by the University
of Pune.

"Bachelor of Computer Engineering 
Bachelor of Computer Engineering by the University of Pune is one of
most sought-after undergraduate programme by budding engineers. The
programme has a good mix of computer hardware and software. It not
only makes you a programmer but also teaches you all about hardware
handling as well, which aids in understanding of implementations of
the various software applications. "

Syllabus for the first year is at:

and the second year is outlined at:

They can be contacted at:

VIIT, Vidyanagari, MIDC Resi. Zone, Baramati
Pune, Maharashtra, India - 413 133
Tel: (02112) 43325, 43475-83

Their web site is current and looks very professional - which is a
good sign when you plan to study computer science !

Another associated college is PICT - The Pune Institute of Computer
Technology -established in 1983, affiliated to University of Pune,
Pune-Satara Road, Dhankawadi. PUNE-411043 (India)
Their Bachelor of Engineering (Computer Engineering) is a four year
course, with the syllabus for year four to be found at:

More on the structure and syllabus should be at :

but the page is  unavailable when I try to access it. An out of date
schedule at:

gives some idea of the time table and requirements. Their announcement
of the table tennis results at:

is up-to-date, however , and more seriously includes announcements of
prizes won by students for software development and hardware

They say: "This is a pioneering department in the college. The first
course in B.E. Computer Engineering was started in 1983 with a
sanction capacity of 60 students. Subsequently in 1984 the intake
capacity was doubled to 120. Subsequently M.E. Computer Engineering
was started in the year 2000. ....

The department is known for excellent results, placements, various
projects from industry. "

The Vishwakarma Institute of Technology also offers an approved BE
(computers), see:

But again many pages were down or inaccessible. Their contact details

Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, 666, Upper Indiranagar,
Bibwewadi, Pune, Maharashtra, India- 411 037.
Phone no : +91 - 20 - 428 15 94 / 428 22 94 
Fax : +91 - 20 - 428 59 26
email :

Some information on the college is at:

I think that the BE degree is probably only available through one of
these associated colleges, and then the master's degree can be studied
directly at the University of Pune.

Good luck.

Clarification of Answer by angy-ga on 13 Sep 2002 03:03 PDT
I should have added my search terms:

"pune university syllabus BE"

Also I've just found an "request for further information" link on VIIT's site at:

Are you planning on studying in Pune? It looks like a good place to be.
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