Rajaraman, Vaidyeswaran (1993) Undergraduate Computer Science and Engineering Curriculum in India. In: IEEE Transactions on Education, 36 (1). 172 -177.
The undergraduate computer science and engineering degree in India is a professional engineering degree and follows the general structure of other engineering degree programs. It aims to provide a good breadth in basic engineering and 50% of the curriculum in common with all engineering disciplines. The curriculum has a strong electrical engineering bias. At present there is no formal accreditation of engineering programs in India and each university is expected to maintain their own standards. This paper describes the general structure of engineering education in India and the philosophy used in evolving an undergraduate curriculum in computer science and engineering.
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|Date Deposited:||22 Aug 2008|
|Last Modified:||19 Sep 2010 04:26|
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