You will notice that the focus is on science of computation with emphasis on core theory and mathematical concepts; and **NO technologies and languages** like Java/.Net/C++/Android/Angular/J2EE etc are taught explicitly in the department.

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You are also expected to go through this small introductionto understand how the department is significantly different as compared to the MCA and MSc programs offered at most other colleges/universities .

In this context, you may expect sample questions like the ones given below to be part of the entrance exam:

The topic of "Operational Semantics" is listed in which course in the department?

a) Computer organization

b) Systems programming

c) Introduction to programming

d) Software engineering

The correct answer is: c) Introduction to programming

The topic of "Predicate Calculus" is listed in which course in the department?

a) Computer organization

b) Mathematical foundations

c) Introduction to programming

d) Software engineering

The correct answer is: b) Mathematical foundations

Which languages are listed as part of the department syllabus?

a) C++

b) Java

c) C#

d) None of the above

The correct answer is: d) None of the above

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So, if you are interested in learning science of computation with emphasis on core theory and mathematical concepts with programming at the center, you may consider joining this place.