Department of Computer Engineering
- To impart quality education and to Grow into a Center of Excellence in the field of Computer Engineering.
- To provide excellent academic courses,services,facilities and technologies,that offers diverse opportunities for learning and research.
- To provide a vibrant learning environment.
- To foster and maintain mutually beneficial partnerships with industry and alumni.
The Department of Computer Science and Engineering was established in 1997.The department has 16 well qualified faculty members.
Over the years the department has developed to become a centre of excellence providing in-depth technical knowledge and opportunities for innovation and research with well-equipped computer facilities and dedicated faculty. The department of Computer engineering is actively engaged in research on a broad range of topics like Robotics, Multimedia, Human computers etc. Many of our faculty are involved in conducting classes for inter disciplinary courses such as M.E(Information Technology).
The Department provides extensive computing resources for research and education. The laboratories offer the latest hardware and software. This includes more than 200 high-performance computers. The department maintains specialized servers for Database clients & Linux based workstations including File access servers. Our departmental library has its own collection of technical books, journals, text magazines and CDs for the quick reference of staff and students.
To impart quality education and to Grow into a Center of Excellence in the field of Computer Engineering.
To provide excellent academic courses, services, facilities, and technologies, that offers diverse opportunities for learning and research.
To provide a vibrant learning environment.
To foster and maintain mutually beneficial partnerships with industry and alumni.
To provide students with interdisciplinary skills necessary to formulate, analyze, and solve engineering challenges.
To prepare students to be ready for Industry/Research & Development/Academic profession so as to meet changing needs.
To equip students with necessary skills for providing innovative solutions to real life problems.
To inculcate in students; professional and ethical attitudes, communication and technical writing, team working attitude and an ability for relating engineering issues to social context.
To imbibe lifelong learning skills, managerial, leadership skills, and entrepreneurial ability in students.
PSO1: Ability to design and develop software and products that meet desired specifications and requirements.
PSO2: Ability to analyze, design and develop efficient computing solutions to various real life, scientific and business problems.
At the end of this programme the student will have:
- Ability to demonstrate basic knowledge in mathematics, basic sciences, social sciences, electrical sciences and other interdisciplinary subjects.
- Ability to use appropriate knowledge and skills to identify, formulate, analyze and solve Computer Engineering problems.
- Ability to investigate Computer Engineering problems by experimentation, analysis and interpretation of data in order to reach valid conclusions.
- Ability to understand, design and develop computing systems and system software for different architectures and platforms.
- Ability to learn and use emerging tools and technologies in Computer Engineering.
- Ability to work in teams as a member and a leader in multidisciplinary settings..
- Ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms, and exhibit leadership and managerial skills.
- Ability to understand the roles and responsibilities of the professional Computer Engineer in society with special focus on protection of public and public interest.
- Ability to use Computer Engineering knowledge to analyze social and environmental aspects of engineering activities.
- Ability to understand their professional and ethical responsibilities.
- Ability to appropriately incorporate economics and business practices including project, risk and change management into the practice of engineering and to understand their limitations.
- Ability to acquire self-learning skills and clearly understand the value of lifelong learning.