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UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI
INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE AND OPEN LEARNING(IDOL)
Estab.1971
Students Enrollment: 1971-1972:- 845, 2008-2009 :- 69,792
UGC
 
 
NAAC
 
has
 
awarded
 
5
 
STAR
 
rating
 
to
 
the
 
University
 
of
 
Mumbai.
 
Amongst
 
the
 
top
 
500
 
Universities
 
in
 
the
 
World
 
and
 
130
th
 
Position
 
in
 
Asia.
 
A
 
University
 
with
 
Potential
 
for
 
Excellence.
 
PROSPECTUS FOR 2009 – 2010
B.Sc.Computer Sc.,B.Sc. Information Technology,M.Sc. Computer Sc., M.Sc. Information Technology,& Master of Computer Application (MCA)
 Dr.Shankar Dayal Sharma Bhavan,Vidyanagari,Santacruz(E),Mumbai-400 098
Tel. 022- 2652 30 48 / 022-2652 70 86 Fax .022-2652 70 83(BEST bus route nos. from Santacruz (E) & Kurla (W) – 313 & 318 ) www.mu.ac.in/idol Email –  ide@ide.mu.ac.in Radio FM 107.8  June - 2009
 
CONTENTS
UN. No. TITLE PAGE NO.1. INTRODUCTION1.1 About University1.2 About Institute of Distance and Open Learning1.3 Objectives1.4 Special Features1.5 Instructional System1-22. ADMISSION2.1 Admission Kit2.2 Admission Procedure2.2(a) Common Required Documents for all courses2.3 Eligibility case (for other university/other stateBoard students)3-43. DETAILS OF Courses IN FACULTY OF SCIENCE3.1 B.Sc. Computer Science Programme3.1.1 F.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science3.1.2 S.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science3.1.3 T.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science3.2 B.Sc. Information Technology Programme3.2.1 F.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology3.2.2 S.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology3.2.3 T.Y.B.Sc. Information Technology3.3 M.Sc. Computer Science Programme3.3.1 M.Sc. Computer Science PART- I3.3.1 M.Sc. Computer Science PART- II3.4 M.Sc.Information Technology Programme3.4.1 M.Sc. PART- I Information Technology3.4.1 M.Sc. PART - II Information Technology5-114. DETAILS OF PROGRAMMES IN FACULTY OFTECHNOLOGY4.1 MASTER OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONPROGRAMME4.1.1. M.C.A. First Year4.1.2. M.C.A. Second Year4.1.3. M.C.A. Third Year12-155. FREE SHIP/SCHOLARSHIP SCHEME FOR RESERVE CATEG15-166. SUPPORT SERVICES 167. RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE INSTITUTE.7.1. Cancellation of Admission/ Refund of Fees.7.2. Change of Name/Address/Subject.7.3. Issue of Duplicate Identity Card/Statement ofMarks/Bonafide Certificate.7.4. Examinations.7.5. Refund of Examination Fees.7.6. Transference & Migration Certificate.7.7. Confirmation of Admission.7.8. Degree Certificate.7.9. Admission on fake Certificate.7.10. Queries.7.11. Self Study Technique.7.12. Admission validity.17-228. ANNEXURE8.1 Application form for Change of Name/Address/Subject8.2 Scholarship/Free ship Form.8.3 Scholarship/Free ship Undertaking Form.8.4 Transfer Certificate Form.8.5 Application form for Study Material.23-32
 
 1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY OF MUMBAI:
 The University of Mumbai (earlier known as University of Bombay) is one of the oldest andpremier Universities in India. It was established on 18
th
July, 1857, it is one amongst the firstthree universities in India, including Calcutta and Madras.It has been accredited Five Star status by NAAC and University with Potential for ExcellenceAward by UGC. It is one amongst the top 500 Universities of the world.The University of Mumbai has two campuses having area of 230 acres at Vidyanagari Kalina,Santacruz (East), and 13 acres at Fort. Around 550 affiliated colleges and 55 Departmentswith an enrolment of 6.5 lakh students are engaged in teaching-learning process. It hasestablished its name in industrial collaboration and runs various professional courses. TheUniversity is leading at national level in sports, cultural and other activities.
1.2 ABOUT THE INSTITUTE:
 University started its correspondence education on 24
th
March 1971. It was known as“Directorate of Correspondence Courses.” In the year 1993 the “Directorate of DistanceEducation” was upgraded as “Institute of Distance Education” In Academic Year 2009-10 the“The Institute of Distance Education” is now upgraded as “INSTITUTE OF DISTANCE ANDOPEN LEARNING”(IDOL). Since its inception IDOL has been giving high priority to humanresource development by introducing various traditional Degree courses as well as technicaland professional courses through distance mode.Institute has 75 permanent staff members including Professor-cum-Director, Dy. Director(Academic), 5 Teaching Faculty and 4 part-time co-ordinators of I.T. Courses, 2 DeputyRegistrars, 1 Public Relation cum Publicity Officer,
 
5 Assistant Registrars and 5Superintendents and 150 Seasonal Clerks and Peons are also working in this Institute. Apartfrom this 1500 visiting Faculties are also working in this Institute for examination, Counsellingand other academic works.University of Mumbai is the 7
th
University in the country which started Distance EducationCourses in a conventional set up. Initially it started with the registration of 845 students whichhas grown up to a staggering figure of about 70,000 in the last academic year. Students arealso giving excellent response by topping the merit list of the University and have baggedGold Medal in M.A. Sanskrit, M.A. Marathi and Chancellor’s Medal in M.A. Hindi. There are agood number of students securing 1
st
Class at B.A. / B.Com. and M.A. / M.Com. level duringlast year. Many students of IDOL have gone abroad for seeking higher education in USA, UK,and Australia, Canada, New Zealand etc. during last year. Many well known film personalitieshave been also enrolled in IDOL.
All courses are offered by the Institute are recognised by Distance Education Council,New Delhi, Vide Letter No. F. No./DEC/UNIV/State/07/5620 dated 3.9.07.
 
1.3 OBJECTIVES
 The main objectives of the Institute are:1. To provide facilities of higher education to the working population, women and adults, whowish to upgrade their education or acquire knowledge in various fields.2. To provide education for poor and such other people who cannot attend regular face toface class room teaching.3. To help the students to upgrade educational qualification, for academic achievements inthe process of lifelong education.4. To develop education as a lifelong activity so that the individual can refresh his knowledgeor he can acquire knowledge in new areas.

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