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Welcome to Department of Information Technology

DR. MOHAMMADI AKHEELA KHANUM, HOD Information Technology

THIS DEPARTMENT IS MERGED WITH COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT

The Department of Computer Science & Engineering was established in September 1998. It has made significant progress since its inception and attained the status of a pioneering Department particularly in the Faculty of Engineering and Technology and in general in the University.

The aim of the department is to provide meaningful education, leadership in technological innovation for the industrial growth of the country and to conduct original research of the highest standard.

The Department is currently running an eight Semester B. Tech. programme in Computer Science & Engineering and a Six semester part-time evening M.Tech programme in Computer Science & Engineering. The Department also offers Ph.D. Programme in emerging areas of Computer science & Engineering.

The teaching staffs are actively involved in Research and Development activities in the emerging areas of Computer Science & Engineering. Faculty members of the Department of Computer Science & Engineering are highly qualified, educated from reputed institute, dedicated and dynamic. Currently research is being carried out in the areas of Software Engineering, Computer Networks and Computer Architecture.

OBJECTIVES:

To harness technical education and technology in the service of mankind, and to enable student of think globally and act nationally.

To integrate spiritual and moral values with education and to develop human potential to its totality.

To include sense of self-reliance and develop the awareness to higher-self in young generation.

To ignite the latent potentialities of young and budding generation through cutting edge technology and state-of-the-art Academic Programmes.

To bring about innovation in education by restructuring courses, adopting novel methods of teaching and learning to encourage multifaceted personality development.

To identify the excellent heritage of our great past and to link it with the grand future.

To cultivate and disseminate knowledge by providing research and extension facilities.

To create and promote a congenial ambience and thereby further strengthening the spirit of national integration, secularism and international understanding to bring all the sections of society in the main stream for overall development of India and to provide them modern scientific and moral education for their upliftment.

To empower the young generation with global approach in order to bring about peace tranquility, prosperity and bliss to the entire world in general and to our country in particular.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Programme Outcomes (PO):

1. EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES, OUTCOMES AND ASSESSMENT CRITERIA


The educational aim of a course are statements of the broad intentions of the teaching team. They indicate what it is the teaching team intends to cover and the learning opportunities they intend to make available to the student.


A learning outcome is a an indicator of what a learner (student) is expected to know, understand and/or be able to do at the end of the learning period. It is advisable to express learning outcomes with the common prefix:


‘On completion of (the period of learning of a course), the student is expected to be able to…’


Generally, learning outcomes do not specify curriculum, but more general areas of learning. It is not possible to prescribe precisely how specific a learning outcome statement should be. There is a balance to be struck between the degree of specificity in a learning outcome statement and that achieved by the assessment criteria (below).


If there are too many learning outcomes for a program, then either they are becoming assessment criteria or they are specifying too much curricular detail. The curriculum should be described in the range statement. Too few learning outcomes are unlikely to provide sufficient information on the program.


2. B. Tech-COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROGRAM OBJECTIVES


Program Objective - I


To prepare students for successful careers in industry that meet the needs of Indian and multinational companies


Program Objective - II


To develop ability among students to synthesize data and technical concepts for application to Software design.


Program Objective - III


To provide opportunity for students to work as part of teams on multidisciplinary projects.


Program Objective - IV


To provide students with a sound foundation in the mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze engineering problems and to prepare them for graduate studies.


Program Objective - V


To promote students’ awareness of the life-long learning and to introduce them to professional ethics and codes of professional practice.


Program Objective - VI


To provide in depth knowledge of subjects so that they can participate and succeed in national and International challenges in the field of computer science and engineering ....read more


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