Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE) offers several courses in engineering. The courses offered are for all levels like diploma, undergraduate and postgraduate. The fees structure varies with the courses and is nominal considering the high quality of education imparted in the institute. Since the college offers programs in many disciplines, students have the option of going for a course based on a career of their choice.
The various courses offered by Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE) are given below.
MBA (Master of Business Administration): MBA aims at bringing the best out of the students and to train them for the future. In the MBA offered by the Dayananda Sagar College, students are taught all about business administration and their acumen and skills towards business management is enhanced to boost their career prospects. In this program, students are trained according to the requirements of the industry, so that they do not face any problem when the times for placement and the businesses get manpower which can adapt to the needs of the job. Among the key takeaways of this MBA course by the Dayananda Sagar College is that they promote responsibility amongst students and hone their participation and leadership skills which dwells well for their career. This course has an intake of 40 students. A student must score a minimum of 50% in graduation to be eligible for admission in DSCE. In the case of blind and SC/ST students, a 5% relaxation in percentage is provided. It is a two-year course which is divided into four semesters.
Several top companies visit the campus each year to recruit MBA students.
B. Tech (Bachelor’s in technology): Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE) offers B. Tech in a 15 disciplines. The wide range of disciplines ensures that the students have ample opportunities to choose specialisations leading to a career of their choice.
The various discipline courses are:
Aeronautical Engineering: This department was established in the year 2009. Although it is a relatively newer department, it has been one of the most popular courses in DSCE. It has a total intake of 60 students. This course helps students identify the basics and the core of the subject, brings them up to date with the latest technologies and conditions them in a manner so that they are at par with the industry requirements and competing.
Automobile Engineering: The main aim of the college is to impart top class engineering education to prepare students for the fast growing automobile industry. It has a total intake of 60 students. The faculty members in this department are all qualified professionals who leave no stone unturned to impart quality education. Automobile Engineering has always been in demand but in recent years, the numbers of applicants have considerably increased given the number of auto brands that have entered the country.
Biotechnology: This field of engineering has been in the limelight for the last couple of years. With the fast changing trends in technology and the shift in the focus of scientists towards this discipline, Biotechnology has become popular. This department has an intake of 60 students. In this field, students are taught about biotechnology and the application of the same for the betterment of mankind.
Computer Science and Engineering: In this field of engineering, students are trained to solve complex problems using the simplest possible solutions. In layman’s term, these students become “coders”, as we know them and are the ones who develop applications, websites and programs. This branch has a total intake of 180 students. The high intake in this branch can be attributed to the increasing demand for software engineers in the present world.
Chemical Engineering: With a total intake of 60, this department aims at teaching students the basics and the intricate concepts of chemistry and their application in real life. Chemical engineering has always been in demand as a career given the increasing scope in research and industry applications.
Civil Engineering: Civil engineering is called the “Mother of Engineering”. It has been the very first branch of engineering and its application can be traced to the day, humans started building shelters. It has a total intake of 180 students. Civil engineering provides excellent career opportunities, both in the government and private sector. The number of vacancies for civil engineers is the maximum in government jobs when compared with other branches of engineering. Civil engineering is called an evergreen branch and its knowledge and application know no bounds.
Electronics & Communication Engineering: This branch of engineering has an annual intake of 180. The subject of Electronics and Communications Engineering (ECE) teaches about the application of science coupled with mathematics to practical problems in electronic communications industries. The students of this discipline become Electronics and communications engineers whose job is to do research, development, design and testing of the electronics used in applications for industrial and consumer use. The products delivered by them are used to make the most complex of the machines known to mankind. Also known as ECE, this department has the best faculty members who are always ready to share their knowledge and wisdom with the students.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering: With a total intake of 120 students, this branch offers some of the most interesting course of study. Students going for this discipline work with various machines, appliances which produce or run on electricity and related applications which find use signal processing or electrical / electronic control systems. As one of the core branches of engineering discipline Electrical engineering is concerned more with power generation, it's storage and it's transmission through various applications modes.
Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical is another old and among the core branches of engineering discipline, with the students being taught about machines and engines. It is the discipline that teaches students about application of engineering, mathematics, and science of materials in the design, manufacturing, and maintenance of systems which are developed using this discipline. As one of the oldest of the engineering disciplines it has evolved well and continues to the same level of zeal amongst the students even now. Every year, thousands of students get into this branch. Just like civil engineering, mechanical also offers scope in both the private and government sectors. This branch has a total intake of 180.
MCA (Master of Computer Applications): MCA is a three-year course with a total of six semesters. As the name suggests, the students are taught about programming and problem-solving using computing technology as the base. This branch has seen a considerable increase in the number of applicants in the recent past due to the growing demand of information technology (IT) Professionals.
The fee structure for this course is nominal, the details of which could be accessed from the college website. In Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE), MCA is seen as one of the best courses and the seats rarely go vacant. The MCA department puts in its best effort to train and teach students from the basics to the core of the subject.
M. Tech (Master’s in technology): Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE) offers a master’s degree known as M. Tech. The students’ skills in the areas of mathematics, electronic circuits, instrumentation etc are enhanced at the early stage of this course. Students learn about quantative and experimental methods and Design of Experiments. In M. Tech students are taught about each of the subjects in details, rather than an overview. M. Tech is a good course for those who are confused about their future after completing B. Tech.
The college offers M. Tech in the following disciplines.
It is a two-year course which is further divided into four semesters.
Eligibility Criteria: students must have passed B.E/B. Tech or an Equivalent degree with a minimum aggregate of 50%.