College of Computer Science (CCS), Pune was established in 1969. It is affiliated to University of Pune in 2000. The mission of the college is to empower low income and first-generation college bound students to realize the promise of higher education by providing individualized advising and resources through college admissions, selection, and enrollment. The vision of the college is to promote equal access to educational opportunities in historically under-served communities realizing that education is fundamental for the complete development of individuals. It endeavors to harness this inherent potential through meeting the growing needs of higher technical education.
Department of Computer Application
Department of Computer Science
Department of Commerce
Department of Business Administration
Department of Economics
Department of English
Department of Communication & Journalism
Department of Physics
Department of Chemistry
Department of Mathematics
Department of French
Department of German
Department of Japanese
The college has a fully air conditioned well furnished auditorium fitted with LCD projector & sound proof audio-video facilities. It has a seating capacity of over 450 peoples.
The college library has a collection of about 60000 books and 10000 bound volumes of journals. It subscribes to about 100 international journals in various disciplines of science, engineering and humanities.
The college has a Boys Hostel having 30 rooms with a total capacity of 120 male students.
Scholarship & Freeship
EBC Fee Facilities
PTC Fee Facilities
STC Fee Facilities
Handicapped Student Scholarships
Defence Personnel Childrens Scholarships
Serviceman/Ex-Serviceman Childrens Scholarships
Minority Student Scholarships
Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule Scholarship (Only Girls)
SC Scholarship and Freeship
NT Scholarship and Freeship
OBC Scholarship and Freeship
SBC Scholarship and Freeship
ST Scholarship and Freeship.
Minimum Eligibility for Admission in College of Computer Sciences Pune?
A candidate who has passed the 10+2 examination of the University or any other University recognized as equivalent thereto shall be eligible for admission to the course, provided he/she has secured at least 50% of the marks in the aggregate. In the case SC/ST students this percentage of marks shall be at least 45%.