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Department of Computer Science
  • Introduction
  • Striking Features
  • Staff Members
  • Career Options
  • Activities
  • Staff Achievements
  • Students Achievements
The Computer science department of renowned Mithibai College came into existence in 1999 under the guidance of eminent scholar and research guide Dr. Mukund Sanglikar. Mumbai University started B.Sc Computer science in 1999 and M.Sc computer science was started in 2003. The department has shown steady progress since then.
Every year this department aims in overall development of the students to meet industry needs. Teachers are constantly devising interesting methods such as expert lectures, presentations, online podcasting lectures and seminars. Students are encouraged to do projects in latest technology and as per industry standards under the guidance of teachers. Students are also motivated to help in college administration job.
The Department has shown steady progress in College results as well as University results. The Department also actively participates in other administrative activities of the college.

The aim of the Computer Science Department
  • To provide quality undergraduate and post-graduate education in both the theoretical and applied foundations of computer science and train students to effectively apply this education to solve real-world problems thus amplifying their potential for lifelong high-quality careers and give them a competitive advantage in the ever-changing and challenging global work environment of the 21st century.
  • To provide computer science education and training to students in other departments at Mithibai College, and
  • To provide computer science expertise to the people of Mumbai and the nation.
  • Build a strong research and teaching environment that responds swiftly to the challenges of the 21st century.
  • Experienced faculty from corporate and education field
  • Dedicated non teaching staff
  • Periodic journals on various subjects available on the e-library given by college credentials
  • Departmental library for computer science staff
  • Strict monitoring of attendance of students
  • One to one interaction with students by faculty
  • Industry oriented seminars and class seminars conducted for students.
  • Soft skill development programs by placement team with the help of departmental faculty.
  • Taking class presentations and conducting other student-involvement oriented sessions during the lectures.
Learning resources of department
  • Fully equipped library with computer science books.
  • Computer Laboratory installed with all the required softwares.
  • eResearch Journals.
Academic Counseling
Faculty members and alumni guide students regarding prospective academic and career advancement and opportunities. A system of mentoring has been introduced for the academic and non academic development of the students.

Other Academic Activities
Our faculty members have been invited as experts for selection of candidates in other colleges also they are delivering expert lectures on variety of subjects at corporate level.

Use of  ICT in teaching and learning
  • Presentations through projector on syllabus and other topics based on the reference from internet and books by teachers as well students.
  • Teaching through online net meeting to make them understand programming approach.
  • Showing animated content to teach them concept of relevant subject.
  • Technology/Computer Mediated communication such as blogs, twitter, wikis, other social networking sites.
  • Mailing notes and important information to students related to subjects by faculties.
Counseling of students
  • The Department has implemented Performance Improvement Program which includes personal guidance to each student to expertise the subject.
  • Personal guidance of project development to TYBSc students.
  • Career guidance is imparted to every student.
  • Expert lectures were conducted by industry level faculties to give students the industrial knowledge of their current learning.
Placement record
  • Students are highly encouraged for post graduation.
  • Students are placed at enterprise clients like Siemens, Wipro, Mphasis. Also since the year 2010 -2011, a placement cell which is setup by the management organizes different placements for the students.
Plan of action for next 5 years
  • To start BSc in Information Technology.
  • To increase the number of seats at FY level for the Department of Computer Science.
  • To start ad on courses parallel to the curriculum.
  • Training programs for faculties and students to make them competent according to industry standards.
  • To take up a minor research project with the help of students.
  • Mrs. Shilpa D MehtaMrs. Shilpa D MehtaAssociate Professor and Coordinator
  • Mrs. Neelam JainMrs. Neelam JainAssistant Professor
  • Mr. Amol JoglekarMr. Amol JoglekarAssistant Professor
  • Mr. Krunal MistryMr. Krunal MistryAssistant Professor
  • AshishMr. Ashish Rajeev GavandeAssistant Professor
  • Ms. Jayshree RaviMs. Jayshree RaviAssistant Professor
  • Mrs. Shilpa D MehtaMrs. Shilpa D MehtaAssociate Professor and Coordinator
  • Mrs. Neelam JainMrs. Neelam JainAssistant Professor
  • Mr. Amol JoglekarMr. Amol JoglekarAssistant Professor
  • Mr. Krunal MistryMr. Krunal MistryAssistant Professor
  • AshishMr. Ashish Rajeev GavandeAssistant Professor
  • Ms. Jayshree RaviMs. Jayshree RaviAssistant Professor
The first thing you might think a computer science graduate does is programming. Programming is a tool we all use, but primarily CS graduates solve problems. They are creators, designers, analysts, etc. They work with people to develop innovative ways to harness the power of computing to address problems in almost every discipline and industry sector. The programmer working long hours alone in a cubicle is mostly a myth -- and it is the kind of a job that is easily outsourced. Software engineer is a common job title for a CS graduate. Software engineers are not programmers; rather they are developers of complex solutions to a variety of important applications in almost all economic sectors. Computer engineers have similar roles, but typically emphasize integrated hardware/software solutions. Software and computer engineers have a role as analysts - working with customers, end users and other stakeholders to develop requirements, constraints and approaches - before they begin development. Specialists in systems analysis (computer/software/IT analysts) often work for consulting companies or as experts within other companies where they represent a company's interests and work with developers. Software/computer engineers play a role as systems architects where they develop or adapt high-level designs and solutions that guide the development of specific projects or families of products. Software and computer engineers may begin as testers or in product support as they expand their skills. Often, career paths will lead developers into management positions where they direct other engineers, analysts, architects, testers and product support personnel. Software and computer engineers who specialize in specific solution components may have job titles such as database analyst, communications engineer, network architect, etc.

Computer Science is primarily concerned with information processes, the structure and procedures needed to represent them, and the systems needed to implement them. Spanning a broad spectrum of basic and applied subdisciplines which range from foundations in logic and the computational complexity of algorithms through compilers, operating systems, and databases, the discipline continues to expand in terms of new architectures, networks, vision, robotics, and computer-aided design.
A Sample of Related Occupations

Aerospace Engineer

Electronics Engineering Technician

Software Quality Assurance Engineer

Applications Programmer

Graphic Web Designer

Special Effects (FX) Specialist

Artifcial Intelligence Specialist

IT Analyst

Systems Integrator

CAD/CAM Designer

IT project coordinator

Technical Consultant

Computer Engineer

Management Information Systems Manager

Technical Sales Representative

Computer Hardware Engineer

Network Manager

Technical Support Representative

Computer Science Teacher

Online Trading/Investing Specialist

Technical Writer

Computer Systems Manager

Operations Research Specialist

Test Engineer

Data Communications Analyst

Operating Systems Programmer

User Interface Designer

Development Engineer

Programmer/ Analyst

Web Page Designer

Database Manager

R&D Specialist


Electronic Data Processing Auditor

Software Engineer


Performance Improvement Programme (PIP)
The staff members of Computer sceince department conducted performance improving program (PIP) for  T.Y.B.Sc. and M.Sc students wherein the students were coached to enhance their performance in the University Examination. The programme included:
  • A detail question bank for all chapters were  given to the students.
  • Expected answers are given in form of points.
  • Two preliminary examinations were conducted to help the students cope up with the stress of appearing in examinations.

Soft Skill Training & Placement
Under the skillful guidance of Ms. Amruta Philip, Development officer (Soft Skills), the students of T.Y.B.Sc and M.Sc were enlightened on topics like- Self awareness,  Assertiveness technique, Stress management, Time management, Interview skills and Group discussion, during the year.

The students also got an opportunity to interact with the corporate world during group discussions and mock interview boards.

Mr.Amol Joglekar

  • Mr. Amol Joglekar  published a research paper on "Crime classification and Criminal Psychology analysis using Data Mining" in the journal of "International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Information Technology""
  • Presented a paper on IFERRP Conference held at SWETHA Institute of Science Tirupati on 18-19 Oct.2016.

  • Ashok Yadav, Student of M.Sc. Part II Computer Science presented a Research paper on "Detection of Skin Disease Using an Innovative Approach and Technology" in National Conference under the guidance of Prof. Amol Joglekar, organized by Department of Computer Science, Dhanaji Nana Chaudhary Prabodini’s College of Arts, Science and commerce, Jalgaon on 9 December 2016 .
  • Mr. Arnab Samanta M.Sc (Computer Science) student published a research paper on "Crime classification and Criminal Psychology analysis using Data Mining" in the journal of "International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Information Technology""
  • Mr. Mohansingh Rathod, a student of TYBSc Computer Science, was recognized as an Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE7 Programmer by Oracle Corporation on July 25, 2016.Oracle Certified Associate is a globally recognized industry level certification, conducted by Oracle University, the educational arm of IT-industry leader Oracle Corporation.