About Department

This department is running from 2001. The staff has developed required laboratories in the areas like Computer Hardware, Computer Networking & Security, Database Management System, Computer Graphics and Internet Technology in tune with real-time systems.

The Internet access is provided to the students to update their knowledge in various fields. Currently, a project under AICTE Grant for Campus Networking is under process. The Computer Centre for this department is equipped with around 90 computers with multimedia software and LAN Systems with Internet connection sharing with IT Department.

The Department has purchased Latest Computer Servers and Network-based online teaching system software named Content Server. This department is located in LRC building.The department is sharing all infrastructural facilities of Information Technology Department. The laboratories in the department are well developed to cater needs of the students. Department is also offering Post Graduate course in Computer Science & Engineering since 2010.

Computer Engineering (B.E./M.E.) and Information Technology department run in a newly constructed, well-furnished building. The main strength of the department is highly qualified and well-experienced faculties. Also, the department is well equipped with an ample number of computer systems, networking of more than 250 nodes and required software and hardware. Department has well equipped 10 computer laboratories and two seminar halls. Campus Wide Network of college is handled by the department with 30 Wi-Fi access points with 1 controller. It has High-End Servers available for various activities.

About Course

A Master in Software Engineering equips students with essential knowledge such as implementing new technologies to compete in the global environment. Participants will also learn about the basic building blocks of software engineering; this may include universal themes touching every segment of society, and driving innovation and change in medicine, defense and aerospace. Students select options from an extensive array of courses that match their interests, including software analysis, system verification, design and architecture, and data storage and retrieval.

This course will teach the student how to understand standard software models and why specific models are chosen for different system applications. Students completing this course should be able to understand, select and describe proper system models for projects and refine processes appropriately.

Team leadership is taught through this course that presents the different aspects of project management. Students learn to develop projects by including factors such as team composition priorities, conflict resolution skills and time organization.

Under Graduate/Post Graduate Courses

Name of Course Type Period (Years) Intake Year of Starting
Computer Engineering UG 4 120 2001
Computer Science & Technology PG 2 18 2010


  • Wi-Fi enabled Department
  • System Lab
  • Programming Language Lab
  • Digital Logic Lab
  • Seminar Halls
  • Campus Wide Fiber Optic Cable Network
  • Network Lab
  • DBMS Lab
  • Operating System Lab
  • Digital Learning Lab