Department of Computer Science and Technology

Head of the Department

Kamat Venkatesh V.

Year of establishment : 1987
Office Phone : 0832-6519272
Email : hodmca@unigoa.ac.in

About Us

The Department of Computer Science and Technology was established in the year 1987, with the financial assistance from DOE/UGC under the Manpower Development Scheme. The department's success in providing the best computer education has been proved by a high placement record it has achieved since the inception of the department.  The alumni of the Department are well placed and currently hold leading positions in reputed IT organizations in the country and abroad. 

 

 

Academic programmes leading to a Degree / Diploma / Certificate :

Programme Intake
Master of Computer ApplicationsSyllabus 60
M.Phil. Computer ScienceSyllabus -
Ph.D Computer Science-

Faculty

Name Designation Areas of Interest
Baskar S.Associate ProfessorArtificial Intelligence, Energy Aware Computing, Compiler, Cloud Computing
Kamat Venkatesh V.ProfessorComputer & Graphics, CAD, Software Engineering E-learning
Naik Karmali Ramdas N.Assistant ProfessorData Communications and Computer Networking, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Web Technology
Pawar Jyoti D.Associate ProfessorData Mining, Data Structures, Natural Language Processing(NLP)
Payaswini PAssistant ProfessorComputer Networks, Data Structures
Pinto Yma F.Associate ProfessorData Base Management Systems, Operating Systems, Computer Science and Education
Wagh Ramrao S.Associate ProfessorSoftware Architecture, Object Oriented Tech., Agile and Lean Methods, Geographical Information Systems, Aspect Oriented Programming, Refactoring, Design Patterns, e-Learning,Educational Tech.

Other information

The MCA course is aimed at imparting comprehensive knowledge and practice covering various aspects of computer usage in the industry. Goa University thus became one of the select universities of our country imparting training and education in the field of Computer Science and Application at the post graduate level. The Curriculum keeps abreast of the technologies required by the industry.