- Register online on degree college admissions portal mum.digitaluniversity.ac and enter all details required as per the XIIth marksheet of the student for each college and each course being applied for.
They have take printouts of the SUBMISSION COPY and the STUDENT COPY for each college and each course being applied for.
The SUBMISSION COPY has to be attached to the relevant Admission Form of specific college and specific course and the STUDENT COPY is to be retained by the student.
- Fill the admission form completely. Incomplete form or form without phone no. address etc. will not be accepted.
- Affix one passport size photograph (photo taken on or after 1st April 2016), and attach two same passport size photographs to the admission form.
- Attach the certificates as mentioned below at the time of Submission of Admission Form –
a) The SUBMISSION COPY for Bachelor of IT in Wilson College
b) Xerox copy of the XII th Marksheet
c) Xerox copy of Christian Minority status or Xerox copy of Reserved Category Certificate.
- Attach the certificates as mentioned below at the time of Admission –
a)The Original Certificates :
i) XII th Marksheet
ii) XII th Leaving Certificate
iii) XII th Passing Certificate (if available)
b) The Xerox copies:
i) X th Marksheet
ii) X th Passing Certificate
iii) XII th Marksheet
iv) XII th Leaving Certificate
v) XII th Passing Certificate ( if available)
c) Students other than Maharashtra State Board ((i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE / International Boards / Other State Boards etc)) to attach –
i. Original Migration Certificate & Xerox Copy
ii. Original Transfer Certificate & Xerox Copy
Please Note: The original Leaving Certificate or Transfer Certificate once submitted is a permanent record, which remains with the College. Students should keep sufficient number of attested copies of the same with them for other purposes. All admissions are valid for one academic year and to be renewed each year by fresh application in the prescribed form for every subsequent year of study.
Enrollment & Eligibility
A) Students who have passed XII th from Maharashtra State Board have to fill up enrollment form in the month of August.
B) Students who passed XII th from other than Maharashtra State Board (i.e. ICSE / ISC / CBSE / International Boards / Other State Boards etc) will have to fill in provisional eligibility form in the office before payment of fees.
B.Sc in Information Technology
B.Sc (IT) a Three year degree course was introduced in Wilson College during the academic year 2007-2008 to celebrate the 175th year of Wilson College.
The objective of this course is to provide adequate basic understanding about IT among the students and to inculcate training in the use of modern technology for the benefit of humanity.
Eligibility: 10+2 Science or Commerce Candidates with minimum 50% marks & with Mathematics at 12th level at first attempt.
Admission Criteria: Mathematics marks at HSC plus HSC aggregate Marks.
Nature of Course: The course is designed to be industry oriented. It is expected that graduates will work both, within the IT industry as a developer / manager and also in a wide range of industries in a supporting role. Besides technical aspects, the course-ware includes soft-skills training and awareness of industry-specific processes. Each semester students have to study 5 papers with practicals / tutorials and term work consisting of assignments, case studies and projects. Presentations are an integral part of the course. Exams are held at the end of each semester.
Graduates in Information Technology could expect to have the following generic job titles.
Programmer l System Analyst l Analyst / Programmer l Software Engineer l Application Developer l Web Developer l Help desk / Support Technician l System Support Engineer l Network Engineer l Communication Specialist l Database Administrator l Project Manager l Data Analyst l Software / Hardware Trainer.
Duration: The duration of the course is Six Semesters spread over three years with the Sixth Semester incorporating a software project development work.
Under the CBSGS system of evaluation, there are 2 Semester Exams in each Unit / paper each academic year. A Unit in the case of an experimental science subject carries has an External Theory
component of 75 marks, an Internal Theory component of 25 marks and a practical / tutorial examination of 50 marks.
In order to pass, a minimum of aggregate 40% marks are required in every Head of Passing and not more than two Hundred marks A.T.K.Ts are allowed at the end of the academic year.
The complete course details are available on the Mumbai University website www.mu.ac.in