Scheme of studies for Master of Information Technology

The MIT students are required to take the following 21 courses to earn 72 credit hours. these courses are designed to meet the HEC requirements as proposed by national curriculum revision committee meeting.

S.no.CodePre-ReqCourse TitleCredit hrs.
1CS-701Programming fundamentals 4(3-2)
2CS-704Database systems3(2-2)
3CS-709Web design and development4(3-2)
4CS-724Software engineering 13(3-0)
5CS-727CS-701Object oriented programming4(3-2)
6CS-745CS-701Data structures and algorithms4(3-2)
7CS-772Operating system concepts3(2-2)
8CS-773System administration4(3-2)
9CS-771computer communication and networks 3(2-2)
10CS-783CS-727Visual programming4(3-2)
11CS-784CS-704Distributed database system3(3-2)
12CS-789CS-773Network management and security3(3-0)
13 CS-723CS-709Web engineering3(2-2)
14CS-798Software projects6(0-12)
(51/72)
Required Management courses
15MGT-703Principles of management3(3-0)
16MGT-701Principles of Marketing3(3-0)
17 MGT-702Principles of accounting3(3-0)
18MGT-713MGT-702Human Resource Management3(3-0)
19MGT-712MGT-702Financial management3(3-0)
(15/72)(15/72)
Supporting courses
20ENG-705English comprehension3(3-0)
21ENG-715ENG-705Technical and business writing3(3-0)
Sr. No.ProgrammeAdmission Criteria
1BSCS & BSIT
  • A person holding Intermediate Certificate, A-level or an equivalent certificate from any recognized Institute with at least second division or overall 45% marks, or any other marks specified shall be eligible to apply for admission.
  • Admission will be on open merit basis
  • A candidate must not be more than 23 years of age on 1st October of the year of admission, provided that the Vice Chancellor may relax age limit in very exceptional cases.
2BBA
  • A person holding intermediate certificate, A-level or equivalent certificate from any recognized institute with at least second division or overall 45% marks shall be eligible for admission to BBA (Hons.) programme.
  • Admission will be on open merit basis; based on academic achievement in intermediate.
  • A candidate must not be more than 23 years of age on 1st October of the year of admission, provided that the Vice Chancellor may relax age limit in very exceptional cases.
3BS Economics
  • A person holding intermediate certificate, A-level or equivalent certificate from any recognized institute with at least second division or overall 45% marks shall be eligible for admission to BS Economics programme
  • Admission will be on open merit basis; based on academic achievement in intermediate.
  • A candidate must not be more than 23 years of age on 1st October of the year of admission, provided that the Vice Chancellor may relax age limit in very exceptional cases.
4MCS & MIT
  • A person holding Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Engineering, Computer Science, Commerce, Statistics, Economics and Business Administration from any recognized University/Institute with at least second division or overall 45% marks.
  • Admission will be on open merit basis.
5MBA 3.5 Years
  • A person holding BA/B.Sc./B.Com. or equivalent qualification with a minimum of 2nd Division.
  • Admissions will be on the open merit basis; based on academic achievements in Bachelor programe.
6MBA 1.5 Years
  • A person holding BBA (Hons.) four years or equivalent degree, with at least 2nd division, or 2.50/4.00 CGPA
  • Admissions will be on the open merit basis; based on academic achievements in BBA (Hons.) or equivalent programme.
7MSc. Economics
  • A person holding Bachelor degree in the relevant field with at least 45% marks.
  • BA/BSc. with Economics or B.Com
  • Admissions will be on the open merit basis; based on academic achievements in Bachelor programe.
8MSc. Mathematics
  • A person holding Bachelor degree in the relevant field with at least 45% marks.
  • BA/BSc. with Mathematics
  • Admissions will be on the open merit basis; based on academic achievements in Bachelor programe.