Department of Computer Science and Engineering - About





The Department of Computer Science and Engineering came into existence with the establishment of the institute in 2002.The department aims to provide students with strong conceptual foundations and also expose them to the forefront of development in the field of computing. Our goal is to give an Engineering attitude for confidence building to solve technical problems.

The department have highly qualified and experienced faculty members who attends short term courses to keep in pace with the industry standards. To ensure effective teaching methodologies, the staff member regularly attend the workshop of high impact teaching skills.

The state-of-art laboratories have over 200 computers with the latest configuration PCs and are completely networked, which provides adequate computer time for all the students. Emphasis is placed on regular attendance, general discipline, conceptual understanding, logical perception and project work.

Department of Computer Science work as the controlling center of computing for the entire institute and provide internet connectivity to various departments through its servers and switchs.Department also has dedicated labs for internet access.




  • Focus on student success.
  • Develop effective governance leadership and communication.
  • Build a collegial environment.




Computer science and Engineering graduates are the pillars of the current and emerging information era. Opportunities include pursuing Master of Science Programs in reputed Universities of U.S. and taking up research assignments in Hardware, System Software, Computer Engineering, Multimedia, Networking and Communication areas.

Job opportunities are ever increasing and are varied in nature. System study, analysis, Design and Programming are the inherent phases in Application Development and each one of them provides enormous potential to the Computer Science and engineering graduates to shape themselves in their career. Hi-end profiles include Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Graphic Solutions and Simulations.


This degree program prepares students for Advanced, Technical Computer Systems Design and Development Work. It includes the study of the Database Design, Data Communications, Procedural and Object Oriented Programming, Operating Systems Design, Algorithm Development and Applications of Artificial Intelligence. The curriculum includes basic course work in Electronics Technology and the Theory of Programming Languages. Students focus on developing computer-based solutions involving hardware and software components and integration. Graduates are qualified to work in a range of positions, from entry-level computer scientists and system engineers to project managers leading advanced applications of computer science to real-world problems. The department has since broadened its research strengths.