Code: CSE-100

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: In the era of fourth industrial revolution and digitalization, technology is touching our daily life in every aspects and computer is omnipresent due to this. Computers are present everywhere from door to door and person to person. A lot of our personal and official tasks are done using computers. Computer Fundamentals is one the prominent core courses that is concerned of the basics of using a computer. This course has been designed for the newly admitted students with little to no computer experience.


Code: MTH-101

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: Science and technology have been benefited greatly from the growth of mathematics. Mathematical applications to practical issues have grown significantly over the past few decades. The current B.Sc. syllabi have been created in accordance with the U.G.C. model curriculum so that students acquire fundamental mathematical ideas and are gradually exposed to rigorous techniques.

Code: ENG-101

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: The study of English fosters creative thinkers, confident communicators, and informed citizens. People learn to evaluate, understand, communicate, and form relationships with others and the world around them through the study of English. Young individuals who study English gain the knowledge and skills necessary for employment, education, and training. Students will be able to rigorously learn the fundamentals of English grammar and literature in this course.

Code: PHY-101

Credits: 3.00

Course Description: The goal of physics, a fundamental science, is to explain every natural phenomenon that takes place in the universe. The basis of knowledge upon which contemporary innovations and all other studies are formed is provided by physics, which has contributed to the unraveling of the universe’ wonders. In this course, students gather, analyze, and interpret primary and secondary data to research a wide range of events and technologies using some of the most significant physics models, laws, and theories, such as the electromagnetic theory, the laws of classical mechanics, the kinetic particle model, and the atomic model.

Code: PHY-102

Credits: 1.50

Course Description: A student needs to know the approaches to collect data, revise an experimental procedure, evaluate the process and outcomes of an experiment and conduct an experiment collaboratively. This course will help the students to do these things according to PHY-101 course.