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Post Graduate Degree Programmes
(Post-Graduate | Master Degree Courses)
PG Courses:

[1]  M.Sc. IT (Master of Science in Information Technology)
[2]  M.Com (Master of Commerce)
[3]  M.A. Punjabi

Duration of Each PG Program: Two Academic Years (Four Semesters)

Each year is divided into two semesters. The examination for the first and third semesters are ordinarily be held in the month of November/December and for the second and fourth semesters in the month of May or on such dates as may be fixed by the Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar.

See Course Outcome of All Courses

For more details, please select the course of your choice below:

M.Sc. IT

Eligibility: Graduate with Computer Science / IT Computer Applications / Computer Maintenance as one of the elective subjects with 50% marks in aggregate.
BCA/B.Sc. (IT)/ BIT or equivalent there to with atleast 50% marks in aggregate.
Graduate with Mathematics as an elective subject and Post-Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications / PG Diploma in Information Tech. / PG Diploma in E-Commerce & Internet Application or equivalent with 50% marks in the aggregate

Learning Outcome and Career Opportunities: 
On successful completion of the course, students will be able to: Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected subject or field. They should be able to undertake problem identification, formulation and solution. Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach.

The students will have several options to launch a professional career after finishing the course. They might find employment in both the public and private sectors. Popular roles for MSc IT students include Software Developer, Senior Software Engineer, Technical Consultant, and Quality Assurance Engineer, researcher, and much more.


Semester I
MIT-101 Analysis & Design of Embedded Systems
MIT-102 Distributed Computing
MIT-103 Advanced Computer Organization and
MIT-104 Network Operating Systems
MIT-105 Computational Problem Solving Using Python
MIT-106P Programming Laboratory – I Python

Semester II
MIT-201 Mobile Computing
MIT-202 Distributed Databases
MIT-203 Image Processing
MIT-204 Fuzzy Systems
MIT-205 Network Design and Performance Analysis
MIT-206P Programming Laboratory – II Image Processing
OR Fuzzy System OR Mobile Computing

Semester III
MIT-301 Network Protocols
MIT-302 Advanced Web Technologies
MIT-303 Linux Administration
MIT-304 System Simulation
MIT-305 Microprocessor and Its Applications
MIT-306P Programming Laboratory –III
(Based on Advanced Web Technologies using ASP.NET

Semester IV
MIT-401 Advanced Java Technology
MIT-402 Network Security
MIT-403 Artificial Neural Network
MIT-404 Programming Laboratory –IV
(Based on Advanced Java Technology)
MIT-405 Project Work


Eligibility:  B.Com. / BBA/ BCAM/ Bachelor in E - Commerce with min. 50% marks in aggregate

Learning Outcome and Career Opportunities:
By the end of the course, the student should attain a systematic and comprehensive learning and exposure to Banking and Finance related disciplines. Should be able to develop conceptual, applied and research skills as well as competencies required for effective problem solving and right decision making in routine and special activities relevant to financial management of a business. They should be well-versed in conventional as well as contemporary areas in the discipline of Commerce including national as well as international trends. They should have a good understanding of all core areas specifically Advanced Accounting, International Accounting, Management, Security Market Operations and Business Environment, Research Methodology and Tax planning.

Career opportunities include financial consultant, banking and insurance, taxation, auditing, chartered accountancy, company secretaryship, marketing, financial planning, research and education etc.


Semester I
MC-101 Managerial Economics
MC-102 Statistical Analysis for Business
MC-103 Management Principles & Organisation
MC-104 Business Environment
MC-105 Management Accounting & Control Systems
MC-106 Seminar

Semester II
MC-201 Corporate Financial Accounting &
MC-202 Financial Management
MC-203 Research Methodology
MC-204 Marketing Management
MC-205 Human Resource Management
MC-206 Viva-Voce

Semester III
MC-301 Banking and Insurance Services
MC-302 Seminar
Note: Any two of the following groups each having two papers:
Group A: Accounting & Finance
MC-311 Security Analysis & Portfolio Management
MC-312 Contemporary Accounting

Semester IV
MC-401 International Accounting
MC-402 E-Commerce
MC-403 Viva Voce
Note: Any one of the following groups each having three papers:
Group A: Accounting & Finance
MC-411 International Financial Management
MC-412 Financial Markets & Financial Services
MC-413 Corporate Tax Law & Planning

M.A. Punjabi

Eligibility:  Bachelor's Degree in any faculty with minimum 50% marks in aggregate or 45% marks in the subject concerned or equivalent examination or Masters Degree of this or any other university in another subject or another faculty.

Learning Outcome and Career Opportunities:
After completing this program, students should be able to:
Develop their critical abilities in discerning different forms of literary theories, formulating rational opinions and applying literary and human  concepts to real world contexts. They should understand the universal concerns of literary texts and be able make use of those in research. They should comprehend human behavior in different circumstances and contexts and be able to develop an empathetic outlook towards others and their surroundings. This includes understanding professional, ethical, legal and social issues and responsibilities.

For career opportunities they can pursue Ph.D. degree in Punjabi after post-graduation. It will enhance their expertise in the language. They can become a teacher, content writer, translator, writer, researcher, critic, journalist, copy writer etc.