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 ===== Curriculum ===== ===== Curriculum =====
 +  * Curriculum for UG batch of 2020 onwards: [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jjwspgmZmTrRDPEGbizDD11rPRzkdIDXmNdTEzD-Ei4/|External Link]] (accessible using an IITB GSuite account) 
 +  * Curriculum for UG batch of 2017 onwards: [[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1f4m9m6MgiQUS3kJkKoBSGvlAsNvipNJg7TUhkyPGd8Y/|External Link]] 
   * Curriculum and (new) course contents: {{:public:dugc:btech2013curriculum-after-ugpc-comments.pdf|btech2013Curriculum-after-ugpc-comments.pdf}} , for UG batch of 2013 onwards. Refer [[private:fac:2013-09-12-minutes|FM minutes 12 Sep 2013]], the PDF was sent subsequent to the FM, to the DUGC mailing list, on 21 Oct 2013.   * Curriculum and (new) course contents: {{:public:dugc:btech2013curriculum-after-ugpc-comments.pdf|btech2013Curriculum-after-ugpc-comments.pdf}} , for UG batch of 2013 onwards. Refer [[private:fac:2013-09-12-minutes|FM minutes 12 Sep 2013]], the PDF was sent subsequent to the FM, to the DUGC mailing list, on 21 Oct 2013.
   * Curriculum (and course contents) for UG batch of 2007 to UG batch of 2012: {{:public:dugc:ugcurriculum08.pdf|ugcurriculum08.pdf}} , from DUGC page , also refer [[private:dugc:2008-03-05-minutes|2008-03-05 DUGC]]   * Curriculum (and course contents) for UG batch of 2007 to UG batch of 2012: {{:public:dugc:ugcurriculum08.pdf|ugcurriculum08.pdf}} , from DUGC page , also refer [[private:dugc:2008-03-05-minutes|2008-03-05 DUGC]]
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   * "Non-cse students cannot register for core CSE courses via the student ASC interface. This does not preclude these students from crediting these courses, except they now need to take instructor approval and submit the approval to ASC. This rule ensures that faculty are aware of which other department students are currently enrolled in their core courses." [[private:fac:2012-02-01-minutes|2012-02-01 FM]]   * "Non-cse students cannot register for core CSE courses via the student ASC interface. This does not preclude these students from crediting these courses, except they now need to take instructor approval and submit the approval to ASC. This rule ensures that faculty are aware of which other department students are currently enrolled in their core courses." [[private:fac:2012-02-01-minutes|2012-02-01 FM]]
   * Those with CS 215 (Data Analysis and Interpretation) as backlog, can complete the requirement by registering for any equivalent course such as EE 223 or CL 202.   * Those with CS 215 (Data Analysis and Interpretation) as backlog, can complete the requirement by registering for any equivalent course such as EE 223 or CL 202.
-  * Students in the ARP can complete up to 4 courses through NPTEL, as approved in Senate.+  * Students in the ARP can complete up to 4 courses through NPTEL, as approved in Senate: https://www.iitb.ac.in/newacadhome/ugrulebook202017July.pdf (page 15, item 4.4). The DUGC page gives the feedback that was sent to the institute. A change that happened in the recent Senate meeting is that these courses will only count for credit requirements, and the grades will not be used for SPI/CPI calculations. The main point is if the student is in ARP this is allowed, otherwise no for core courses. 
  
 ==== CSE electives related ==== ==== CSE electives related ====
  
-  * Out of the 36 department elective credits, a minimum of 18 credits must be obtained through CSE courses. The minimum number of credits through lecture based courses that must be tagged as department electives is 24.\\ Courses from other departments that are blacklisted cannot be taken as department electives. Courses from other departments must be officially cross-listed as CSE electives, for them to be considered CSE electives.\\ The current list of blacklisted courses and suggested courses from other departments is available at [[private:dugc:blacklist|Blacklisted courses]] \\ There are no cross-listed  courses currently.  +  * Out of the 36 department elective credits, a minimum of 18 credits must be obtained through CSE courses. The minimum number of credits through lecture based courses that must be tagged as department electives is 24.\\ Courses from other departments that are blacklisted cannot be taken as department electives. Courses from other departments must be officially cross-listed as CSE electives, for them to be considered CSE electives.\\ The current (as decided in April 2020 meeting) list of blacklisted courses and suggested courses from other departments is available at [[:public:dugc:blacklist|Blacklisted courses]] \\ There are no cross-listed courses currently.  This will be applicable starting from Academic year 2020-21.
   * Faculty may send proposals for cross-listing outside department courses to DUGC.   * Faculty may send proposals for cross-listing outside department courses to DUGC.
   * Upto 2 department electives can be replaced by R&D projects, or BTP I or BTP II.    * Upto 2 department electives can be replaced by R&D projects, or BTP I or BTP II. 
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 ==== Institute courses related ==== ==== Institute courses related ====
  
-  * **EE112 in place of EE101 as institute core**\\ "Branch change students can substitute EE112 in place of EE101 as an institute core course. This is because EE112 already covers the necessary background material for the Digital Logic Design course. They CANNOT choose to do both courses (EE112 and EE101) though, due to the overlapping content." [[private:dugc:2014-10-09-minutes|2014-10-09 DUGC]]+  * **EE112 in place of EE101 as institute core**\\ "Branch change students can substitute EE112 in place of EE101 as an institute core course. This is because EE112 already covers the necessary background material for the Digital Logic Design course. They CANNOT choose to do both courses (EE112 and EE101) though, due to the overlapping content." ([[private:dugc:2014-10-09-minutes|2014-10-09 DUGC]]). The deficit of 2 credits in the core resulting from this substitution can be fulfilled by any other valid CSE course ([[private:dugc:2017-01-11_meeting_minutes|2017-01-11 DUGC]]).
   * **Course swap for branch change**\\ "DUGC approved that PH103 can be taken instead of PH105, as an institute core, by branch change students." [[private:dugc:2014-03-14-minutes|2014-03-14 DUGC]]   * **Course swap for branch change**\\ "DUGC approved that PH103 can be taken instead of PH105, as an institute core, by branch change students." [[private:dugc:2014-03-14-minutes|2014-03-14 DUGC]]