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Computer Science, Business Administration,Psychology



To face the technological challenges, we provide our aspirants with a wide spectrum of latest well-equipped laboratories in all the domains –computers, science. These facilities help our students to avoid capsule-based learning and in turn encourages in-depth analysis of subjects. The laboratories are designed to achieve parallel growth in theoretical and practical skills keeping in mind the current development.


1. Computer Science

Computer Science

the Department of Computer Science was established in the year 2002 with UG programme, and PG course and BCA was started in the year 2009. As the scope of the IT field has been increased, an additional section has been introduced in UG programme. At present, the department has a strength of 79 UG and 7 PG students.

Learning Resources

The general library has a number of books and journals relating to Computer Science for the students and staff members. New books are being regularly added to the library based on the changes in the Curriculum. 25 journals were subscribed to Computer Science department which helps the students and staff members to update the recent trends in Information Technology. The staff members are using LCD, OHP, and models for effective teaching. Browsing lab is given for the students to get aware of recent topics. PG students are encouraged to collect notes from websites for presenting their seminars and assignments

Lab Facilities

The department has a well-equipped laboratory with 30 systems with Pentium IV processors and also includes the latest software. The lab facilities are also extended to the other departments for their allied practical. The department has 2 GB broadband net facility with the speed of 512kbps. PG students are encouraged to collect notes from websites for presenting their seminars and assignments.

Computer Science provides the theory and practice that supports the practical application of computers in our every day lives. Computer Science is particularly concerned with the aspect of application software and networking/communication. MASC offers a course curriculum where students learn computer programming, computer networking, and computer graphics to name just a few. Overall the student is prepared technically and academically to face life as a computer professional, as industrial experience is a part of the core curriculum.

2. Chemistry


Department of Chemistry was installed in the year 2002. Within a short time, the department has grown with the introduction of PG course in the year 2005

Chemistry has made greater contributions to our quality of life than any other science. Antibiotics and innumerable other drugs are just some of the chemical triumphs. Chemical and pharmaceutical industries are growth-oriented areas where research plays an important role, and therefore offers immense opportunities to those with a typical bent of mind towards this field. MASC offers a degree course, which can be rated on par with top class institutions in the country. The course imparts both scientific and technical skills required to work in the chemical, Pharmaceutical or related industries such as information technology. The master’s programme aims to impart knowledge in specialist fields such as environmental and forensic chemistry, analytical chemistry and research in the field of molecular structure.

Lab facilities:

  • Two labs of 2×55 sq.m size physical lab
  • Two labs of 2×150 sq.m size physical lab
  • Balance Rooms – 2 Nos.
  • Store Rooms – 2 Nos

3. Commerce

The department offers B.Com courses, Commerce attracts a good number of bright students every year in the college. The department has dedicated staff members. Guest lectures are arranged periodically by inviting experts from Industries & Institutions who impart knowledge to the students in latest areas relating to commerce.

The department has well-furnished and spacious classrooms. In addition to the general library in the college, the department maintains a separate library exclusively for the use of the students and the department. Students are motivated to participate in seminars/conferences conducted in the local colleges regularly. Soft skills programs are conducted periodically for the benefit of the students to improve their communication skills.

4. Business Administration

Business Administration

The B.B.A. Programme provides a strong grounding in traditional and contemporary management concepts. The B.B.A. programme seeks to prepare the students to possess a conceptual framework of management that will help them apply to the multitude of situations. The three-year B.B.A programme will also help the students develop a broad swathe of basic skills and knowledge in the functional area of Management.

  • To help students familiarize with the basic concepts of Management.
  • To develop communication skills
  • To acquire tools and approaches that will equip the students to analyze complex business problems
  • To prepare and develop the young aspirants to meet the challenges of the corporate sector
  • To acquire an understanding of a wider gamut of concepts, policies, and techniques relevant to the better administration of Business.

5. Psychology


The Department of Psychology was installed in the year 2002. Within a short time, the department has grown with the introduction of PG course in the year 2002 and UG Course in the year 2011.

Psychology is the study of the mind, occurring partly via the study of behavior. Grounded in a scientific method, psychology has the immediate goal of understanding individuals and groups by both establishing general principles and researching specific cases, and for many, it ultimately aims to benefit society. In this field, a professional practitioner or researcher is called a psychologist and can be classified as a social scientist, behavioral scientist, or cognitive scientist. Psychologists attempt to understand the role of mental functions in individual and social behavior, while also exploring the physiological and neurobiological processes that underlie certain cognitive functions and behaviors.

Psychologists explore such concepts as perception, cognition, attention, emotion, phenomenology, motivation, brain functioning, personality, behavior, and interpersonal relationships. Psychologists of diverse stripes also consider the unconscious mind. Psychologists employ empirical methods to infer causal and correlational relationships between psychosocial variables. In addition, or in opposition, to employing empirical and deductive methods, some—especially clinical and counseling psychologists—at times rely upon symbolic interpretation and other inductive techniques. Psychology incorporates research from the social and natural sciences, and from the humanities, such as philosophy.



Career Guidance and Placement Cell of Mother Arts And Science College is a unique institutional arrangement in the campus primarily motivated to empower the student community, in particular, the needy and the poor in terms of providing training and securing a job at the end of the final year. Offering information, advice, guidance, and support for job-seeking students is considered a primary responsibility of the placement cell. The Placement and Training Center is provided with a well-equipped office headed by a Placement Co-ordinator, who is further assisted by a placement officer. The Placement cell also disseminates information regarding centers of excellence in higher education in India and abroad through its notice boards. The center also disseminates information regarding the availability of jobs through brochures periodically received from various companies. Another hallmark of the center is that it conducts periodically training programmes in soft skills for the deserving students.



There will be continual internal and external evaluations. The external evaluations are done by University. 75% attendance in regular classes, good conduct, and fair progress are compulsory for appearing University examinations. APC (attendance and progress certificate) will be forwarded to the University by the principal only if he/she fulfills the required attendance.