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VTU B.E/B.Tech CBCS COMPUTER SCINCE(CS) SYLLABUS FOR ALL SEMISTER


1ST&2ND SEM

3RD SEM
4TH SEM
5TH SEM
6TH SEM
7TH SEM
8TH SEM
15MAT21

15MAT31

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15MAT41

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15MAT21

15MATDIP31

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15MATDIP41

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15CHE12/22

15CS32

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15CV42

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15PHY12/22

15CS33

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15CS43

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15PCD13/23

15CS34

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15CS44

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15CIV13/23

15CS35

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15CS45

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15CED14/24

15CS36

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15CS46

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15EME14/24

15CSL37

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15CSL47

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15ELE15/25

15CSL38

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15CSL48

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15ELN15/25


15CPL16/26


15WSL16/26

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15CHEL17/27


15PHYL17/27


15CPH18/28


15CIV18/28


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