Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Information Technology
To create world class quality Engineers and Technocrats capable of providing leadership in all spheres of life and society MISSION
The department of CSE & IT has an excellent & rich history and an outstanding record of contributions to the profession and community. The department is well recognized for excellence in facilities and teaching.
The Department offers B.E., M.E. degrees. The Department has a comprehensive curriculum on topics related to all aspects of Computer Hardware and Software with an emphasis on practical learning. The course structure is up-to-date and includes courses on emerging topics to equip our students with the latest developments in Computer Science and Engineering.
The Department has state-of-the-art infrastructure and computing equipment supported by high speed Ethernet and wireless networks. Our faculty members aim at delivering top class education blending their rich research experience with classroom teaching. The Department has started a new ACM Chapter and signed an MoU with Infosys under Infosys Campus Connect Program.
Area of Interest: Information Security
E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: 0751-2409209
|Mr. Shankar Banerjee||0751-2409388|
|Mr. Deepak Soni||0751-2409314|
|Mr. Sanjeev kumar Rajput||0751-2409390|
|Mr. Sanjay Arolia|
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PO1 Graduate will be able to apply the knowledge of fundamental concepts of science, mathematics and engineering field to solve computer science and engineering problems.
PO2 Graduate will be able to demonstrate analytical, logical and problem solving skills.
PO3 Graduate will be able to design, develop, test and debug the computer based system, program, process, or component to meet the specified requirements.
PO4 Graduate will be able to identify, formulate and analyze complex computer science and engineering problems by designing experiments and analysis & interpretation of data.
PO5 Graduate will be able to use current techniques, skills and IT tools necessary for computing practice.
PO6 Graduate will be able to analyze the impact of computing on individual, organization, society and environment.
PO7 Graduate will be able to understand and assess cross culture, societal, professional, legal issues as it pertain to computer engineering.
PO8 Graduate will be able to understand the impact of issues pertaining to ethics in computing.
PO9 Graduate will be able to work individually, as a team member or a leader in multidisciplinary teams.
PO10 Graduate will be able to effectively communicate technical information by preparing design documents, writing technical reports and making presentations.
PO11 Graduate will be able to design, develop, test and debug the project within realistic economic constraints and in multidisciplinary environment.
PO12 Graduate will be able to acquire continuing education and for lifelong learning.
PSO1 Graduate will be able to exhibit analytical & logical skills and apply knowledge of Computer Science to design, develop, test and maintenance of software solutions.
PSO2 Graduate will be able to identify, formulate and resolve real life/social problems by using current computer technology.