Name of Degree Awarded  Duration  Eligibility Criteria  Total Seats 
Bachelor of Science (Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science)

3 Years Programme  10+2 in any stream from a Recognized Board  60 
About the Programme
Bachelor of Science (Mathematics, Statistics & Computer Science) is an Under Graduate Degree Course. It is one of the popular courses among the students who want to make their career in the field of Computer Science, IT, Analytics and Data Science. Bachelor of Science degree is conferred after 3 years full time study under the graduate degree program affiliated to DAVV, Indore.
The core objective of this course is to develop the skills of students in the area like Core Programming languages, Database Management, Networking etc. along with Mathematics, Statistics and Analytics. Analytics will prepare students for a career in this highdemand area by teaching them the knowledge and skills that they need to support realworld business decisionmaking and planning through data insights, data management and data science.
Our Offerings
Indore Institute of Management & Research gives an opportunity to connect the skills and knowledge of students to make an actual contribution to the global challenges. The key attention of this course is to provide reason, judgment, thought, imagination, originality, investigation and fusion of various significant fundamentals. As the requirement of the Industry and Higher Studies we provide language skill, aptitude and personality development classes so that it can help the students in cracking the interviews. We provide various skill development courses through tie ups with leading IT and Analytics based companies to give the students an edge over the others.
Programme Outcomes
PO1: Apply knowledge of computing, mathematics and statistics appropriate to the discipline.
PO2: Ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computational system to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
PO3: Ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish shared computing design, evaluation, or implementation goals.
PO4: Develop an understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security, and social issues and responsibilities for the computing profession.
PO5: Ability to analyze impacts of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
PO6: Ability to use appropriate techniques, skills, and tools necessary for computing practice.
PO7: Ability to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computational systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.
PO8: Ability to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems of varying complexity.
B.SC (Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science)
I Year
Course: Statistical Methods
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Learning the importance of statistical techniques and concepts in the different areas of applied statistics
CO2: To make aware of the use of statistical techniques.
CO3: Learning about regression and correlations.
CO4: Learning about operations research models.
Course: Probability and Probability Distribution
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Be able to calculate probabilities by applying probability laws and theoretical results.
CO2: Identify an appropriate probability distribution for a given discrete or continuous random variable and use its properties to calculate probabilities.
CO3: Calculate statistics such as the mean and variance of common probability distributions.
CO4: Calculate probabilities for joint distributions including marginal and conditional Probabilities.
Course: Vector Analysis and Geometry
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Skills to calculate the results of vector addition, subtraction, vector product of three and four vectors as well as distance between points, able to find length area and volumes of curve and objects with vector function.
CO2: Learn to apply and verify Green’s, Stoke’s and Gauss theorem.
CO3: Investigate and relate geometric ideas to object of three dimensional using various approaches and methods.
CO4: Analyze and evaluate rectangular, cylindrical and spherical coordinates by different means.
Course: Algebra and Trigonometry
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Students will able to use matrices techniques for solving system of homogeneous and non homogeneous simultaneous linear equations. Find Eigen values and Eigen vectors of the matrix.
CO2: Identify consistent, inconsistent, dependent and independent system of equations in three variables and learn to write the solutions for each type.
CO3: Demonstrate algebraic ability with algebraic topics including exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions and can express hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions by using De Moiver’s theorem.
CO4: Students will use Boolean algebra to design and simplify logical circuits. Apply truth tables and the rules of propositional and predicate about the statement.
Course: Calculus and Differential Equations
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Develop the ability to use differentiation in expansions of function with the help of Maclaurins and Taylors theorem by using Leibnitz Theorem of successive Differentiation.
CO2: Develop the ability to find the multiple points for a curve and then trace the curve.
CO3: Develop the ability to use different methods of Integration for different types of functions. Use the method of Integration to find the area and length of the curves.
CO4: Develop the method of integration to solve various types of differential equations of first order and Higher degrees and also of second order.
Course: Fundamental of Computers
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understand the block diagram of computer and features of windows.
CO2: Able to work with word, excel and PowerPoint application software
CO3: Able to understand the number system and logic gates.
CO4: Able to understand the memory system
CO5: Able to understand the general architecture of CPU and different addressing schemes.
Course: Programming in C
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Will be able to understand the basics of C programming
CO2: Will be able to solve mathematical and real world problems.
CO3: Will be able to understand the various phases of software development.
CO4: Will be able to understand the use of C programming.
Course: Hindi Language and Moral Values
Course Outcomes (COs):
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Course: English Language
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: The course of English allows student to develop new ideas and ethical view point. Studying English course enriches their LSWR skills and it’s an eye opening for students and society.
CO2: Vocabulary building is the foundation of language, collection of words makes right impact on spoken and written language. Vocabulary is a key for successful communication.
CO3: This will help students to understand the rules of English language. Grammar lays the basics and correctness of English language.
CO4: This course enhances the writing skills and develops students to comprehend their writing and reading skills.
Course: Entrepreneurship
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understanding basic concepts in the area of entrepreneurship, the role and importance of entrepreneurship for economic development, developing personal creativity.
CO2: Understanding the stages of the entrepreneurial process and the resources needed for the successful development of entrepreneurial ventures.
CO3: Understanding the basics of Entrepreneurship and real life issues therein
CO4: Understanding Application of Theoretical concepts into practice while facing business problems. Contributes in Developing Reasoning and Analytical ability to foster Decision Making.
B.SC (Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science)
II Year
Course: Statistical Inference
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Review the process of statistical thinking, which involves drawing inferences about a population of interest by analyzing sample data.
CO2: Use the normal probability distribution to make probability calculations for a population assuming known mean and standard deviation.
CO3: Use the normal probability distribution to make probability calculations for a sample assuming known standard deviation.
CO4: Use a probability distribution to make probability calculations for a sample using the sample standard deviation.
Course: Sampling Techniques
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Learning the importance of Sampling techniques
CO2: To make aware of the concept of stratify sampling techniques.
CO3: Learning about systematic sampling
CO4: Learning about ratio and regression methods of estimation.
Course: Advanced Calculus
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Able to understand different types of sequences by various tests. Understand the convergence sequences.
CO2: Able to understand the function, its continuity. Mean Value Theorem and their Geometrical Interpretation.
CO3: Able to understand Limits, Continuity of Function of Two variables. Use of Partial Differentiation in various real problems. Use of differentiation in finding Maxima and Minima of a Function.
CO4: Able to find the double and triple integrals, Beta and Gamma Function.
CO5: Able to apply Multiple Integration in finding the volume and surface of the solid.
Course: Abstract Algebra
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understand the concepts of Groups, SubGroups, Normal Subgroups, Quotient Groups.
CO2: Explain the fundamental concepts of advanced algebra and its role in modern mathematics and applications.
CO3: Develop capabilities with an axiomatic treatment of mathematics.
CO4: Demonstrate to understand to verify relationships between operations satisfying various properties of groups.
CO5: Rings, Sub Rings, Ideals Including Integral Domain, Homomorphism and Isomorphism.
Course: Differential Equation
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Learn to calculate Series Solution of Differential Equations by Power Series Method, Bessel’s function, Legendre’s function and their properties.
CO2: Solving skill in the Laplace transformations, Existence theorem, Laplace transforms of derivatives and integrals, Shifting theorem, Differentiation and integration of transforms.
CO3: Solve inverse Laplace transforms and apply to solve ODE
CO4: Interpret and solve a variety of differential equations analytically and numerically.
CO5: Able to learn about the applications of partial differential equation in higher courses and various fields.
Course: Object Orient Programming Concept using C++
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Able to Understand OOPs Concept, C++ language features. Able to Understanding and Applying Various Data types, Operators, Conversions in program design.
CO2: Able to Understand and Apply the concepts of Classes & Objects, friend function constructors &destructors in program design.
CO3: Able to Design & implement various forms of inheritance, String class, calling base class constructors
CO4: Able to Apply & Analyze operator overloading, runtime polymorphism, Generic Programming.
CO5: Able to Analyze and explore various Stream classes, I/O operations and exception handling.
Course: Data Structures
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Learn the basic types for data structure, implementation and application.
CO2: Know the strength and weakness of different data structures.
CO3: Use the appropriate data structure in context of the solution of a given problem.
CO4: Develop programming skills which require solving a given problem.
Course: Hindi Language and Moral Values
Course Outcomes (COs):
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Course: English Language
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: The course of English allows student to develop new ideas and ethical view point. Studying English course enriches their LSWR skills and it will help students to update and increase their vocabulary and sentence formation pertaining to all walks of life.
CO2: Students will be able to form the sentence grammatically correct by following the rules and concepts of grammar pertaining to tenses, articles, nouns, pronoun, determiners and verbs.
CO3: Students will be able to comprehend and write an essay in a proper structure –Introduction, main body and the conclusion. They will be able to compose different types of formal and informal letters. While writing letter students adopt different strategies so that the letter serves the intended purpose and is not misunderstood.
CO4: Students will be able to achieve the goal of perfect translation by getting proficiency at both the source language and the target language. They differentiate between sense translation and literal translation.
Course: Environmental Science
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understand the natural environment as a system and how human enterprise affects that system.
CO2: An environmental studies course advances a student’s knowledge in a variety of current issues such as energy, pollution and environmental awareness.
CO3: Course covers how to evaluate and address environmental problems and environmental studies Include forest ecology, energy efficiency in buildings. Sustainable practices, harnessing eco friendly power sources and political ecology.
CO4: Object of course is to address the role of regulation on environment, how social & economic conditions affect ecological issues & major environmental challenges.
B.SC (Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science)
III Year
Course: Applied Statistics
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Students will be able to understand basic theoretical and applied statistics.
CO2: Students will be able to understand about commonly used measures of Demography
pertaining to its three basic aspects viz. the fertility, mortality and migration.
CO3: Real data implementation of various demographic concepts through numerical examples.
CO4: Expose to computation of different types of Index numbers, consumer price index
number.
Course: SQC and Design of Experiments
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Students will be able to understand the basic concept of statistics quality control and
control charts.
CO2: Students will be able to understand the basic concept of product control and sampling inspection plan.
CO3: Students will be able to understand the basic concept of analysis of variance, CRD
and RBD.
CO4: Students will be able to understand the basic concept of LSD and factorial experiment design.
Course: Linear Algebra and Numerical Analysis
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understand the basic concept of vector spaces and its dimensional.
CO2: Understand the basic concept linear transformation and their representation as matrices.
CO3: Understand the basic concept of inner product.
CO4: Understand the basic concept of solutions of equations and ordinary differential equations.
Course: Real and Complex Analysis
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understand the basic concept of Real functions and functions of two variables.
CO2: Understand the basic concept of Integral of a function.
CO3: Understand the basic concept of metric space and subspaces.
CO4: Understand the concept of complex variable function. and Power series representation of an analytical function.
Course: Discrete Mathematics
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understand the basic concept of Boolean function and Applications.
CO2: Understand the basic concept of partial order relation and lattice.
CO3: Understand the basic concept of graph Theory.
CO4: Understand the concept of Trees and matrix representation of graph.
Course: Database Management Systems
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Able to understand the basics of database management
CO2: Able to understand the basics of database design
CO3: Able to understand the relational algebra and its operations
CO4: Able to understand the database normalization process.
Course: Operating System Concepts
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understands the basic concepts of operating system.
CO2: Able to understand the CPU scheduling.
CO3: Able to understand the concept of deadlocks.
CO4: Able to understand the UNIX operating system.
Course: Hindi Language and Moral Values
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: मध्यप्रदेश की लोककला व नर्मदा के सौन्दर्य से विद्यार्थियों का परिचय होगा
CO2: वर्तमान दौर अनुसंधान का है,अत: हिन्दी भाषा द्वारा नवीन शब्दावली से परिचित होंगे
CO3: विद्यार्थी व्याकरण नियमावली से परिचित होकर भाषा की उपयोगिता को जान पायेंगे
CO4: विश्व के प्रमुख धर्मों को जानकर राष्ट्र में एकता स्थापित करने को प्रेरित होंगे
Course: English Language
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: The students would be able to understand basics of English grammar and its usage.
CO2: They will be able to understand prose and poetry and express their views in own
words and simple language.
CO3: They will be able to write effectively report writing and paragraph writing, enhance
overall writing skills.
CO4: They will be able to understand C.V drafting.
Course: Basics of Computer and IT
Course Outcomes (COs):
CO1: Understanding the basic concept and features of computer system, development of
Information Technologies in Business Organization.
CO2: To gain knowledge about various software tools and their applications.
CO3: Understand the role of computer levels languages, operating system.
CO4: Understand to deal with peripheral devices between Hardware and Software, also to
gain knowledge about data base management system in organized manner.
This course provides a lot of opportunities to the students who are interested in field of Computer Science and wish to work in the IT sector, as well as education, business or government sector. Students of this domain have knowledge of Analytics work at large companies, start their own businesses, work in banks, webbased businesses, retail and food companies, media companies, and marketing companies.
This Program offers exciting career opportunities in various sectors such as Computer Science, Research analyst, Education, Consulting Practices and Banking. BSc graduates can also enroll for postgraduation courses such as MBA and MCA. The students also have immense scope in fields such as information systems and entrepreneurship.