DU Entrance Exam 2018 M.Sc. Syllabus and pattern (Computer Science)
The candidates those chosen to make their career in Engineering and want to be an engineer in Computer Science stream and completed their graduation and now seeking to take admission one of the recognised university for PG course like Masters in Science (M.Sc) in computer science stream then this notification is for them because recently the university of Delhi is going to organise an entrance exam to select the eligible and interested candidates on the vacant seats of M.Sc.(Computer Science). So the candidates those are going to participate in this entrance exam must prepare better by using the detailed syllabus of it which can be downloaded from below.
DU 2018 M.Sc. Syllabus and pattern (Computer Science)
The Delhi university is also popular with its another name which is an abbreviated name “DU” and this university is a public type central collegiate university and its campus is located at New Delhi, Delhi, India. At present, about 132,435 candidates are taking knowledge in this university by taking admission in UG or PG course. The DU university is the most prestigious university in India.
DU 2018 M.Sc. Computer Science detailed syllabus
DU question paper will be objective type and the exam will be OMR based. The duration for solve the DU question the candidate can take only 2 hours. Here we are providing the detailed syllabus and pattern of DU Entrance Exam 2018 M.Sc. Computer Science for the candidates those are going to appear in this exam-
- Generating Functions,
- Recurrence Relations And Their Solutions; Growth Of Functions,
- Algorithmic Complexity And Asymptotic Notations.
Programming, Data Structures and Algorithms
- Data Types,
- Control Structures,
- OOPs concepts, etc.
- Basic data structures such as stacks, queues, linked list, trees, BST, AVL and B+ trees;
- Order Statistics,
- Graph Algorithms,
- Greedy And Dynamic Algo.
Computer System Architecture
- Boolean algebra and Computer Arithmetic, Flip-Flops,
- Design Of Combination And Sequential Circuits,
- Instruction Formats,
- Addressing Modes,
- Interfacing Peripheral Devices,
- Types of Memory and Their Organization, Interrupts and exceptions.