1. Computer Science Engineering Department
    • Academic Objectives
    Learning computer science engineering will provide with the knowledge of programming, hardware organization, operating systems, theory of computation and principles of programming language. The curriculum’s main objectives are to impart students with an understanding of the basics of computer science, to develop proficiency in the practice of computing and to prepare them for continued professional development.
    Upon successful completion of under graduation in computer science and engineering, students will be able to:
    1. Demonstrate proficiency in problem-solving techniques using the computer
    2. Demonstrate proficiency in high-level programming languages and operating systems
    3. Demonstrate proficiency in the analysis of complex problems and the synthesis of solutions to those problems
    4. Demonstrate comprehension of modern software engineering principles
    5. Demonstrate a breadth and depth of knowledge in the discipline of computer science
    These skills will prepare Computer Science Engineering undergraduate students to enter technological fields such as systems programming, technical support, research, teaching, positions as computer scientists in business, industry and government and for graduate study in computer science. Utilize computers and software in a technical environment and demonstrate competence in written and oral communication, work effectively as an individual and as a member of a multidisciplinary team,• Areas of Focus
    Analog and Digital Electronics, Data Structures and Applications, Computer Organization, Unix and Shell Programming, Object Oriented Concepts, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, Software Engineering, Data Communication, Computer Networks, Database Management System, Cryptography, Network Security and Cyber Law, Computer Graphics and Visualization, System Software and Compiler Design, Operating Systems, Web Technology and its applications, Advanced Computer Architectures, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing and its Applications, Data Mining and Data Warehousing
  2. Information Science Engineering Department
    • Academic Objectives
    The mission of the Information Science program is to provide a quality computer science education with significant hands-on and laboratory experience that will enable our graduates to practice their profession with proficiency and integrity. The academic objectives are:
    – Apply the principles of analysis and design to software development.

– Have knowledge of data structures, databases, algorithms, computer architecture, and operating systems.
– Have knowledge about the tools and environments used for software development.
– Have written and oral communication skills, ethics, and professionalism to function effectively on software development teams, and in society in general.
– Prepare undergraduate students for rewarding professional careers or graduate study in information science related fields and for a lifetime of creative thinking and adaptive learning as productive citizens.

Upon successful completion of under graduation in information science and engineering, students will be able to:
1. Develop effective software tests at the unit and system level.
2. Engage in lifelong learning and recognize its importance.
3. Assist business, government, education and industry in the region to claim assets of information science technology and apply technology to better serve the diverse interests in the region;
4. Promote excellence in technical education to serve our professional communities with leadership and distinction.
5. Provide working professionals with the skills needed to apply current advances in information science technology to their fields.
The students will be on successful career paths in information science, computer engineering, or closely related fields as evidenced by such items as employment and promotions in information science, computer engineering, or related position, entry into graduate school, and continuing education in the field

  • Areas of Focus
    Analog and Digital Electronics, Data Structures and Applications, Computer Organization, Unix and Shell Programming, Object Oriented Concepts, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, Software Engineering, Data Communication, Computer Networks, Database Management System, Cryptography, Network Security and Cyber Law, Computer Graphics and Visualization, System Software and Compiler Design, Operating Systems, Web Technology and its applications, Advanced Computer Architectures, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing and its Applications, Data Mining and Data Warehousing, File Structures, Social Network Analysis, Software Architecture and Design Patterns, Information Management System, Machine Learning, High Performance Computing, Virtual Reality, Big Data Analytics, Internet of Things and Applications.3. Electronics and Communication Engineering Department
    • Academic Objectives
    The mission of Electronics and Communication Engineering is to provide students with a solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and electronics and communication engineering fundamentals required to solve engineering problems – thus generating core competence. The academic objectives are to:
    – Provide students with an academic environment that ignites in the spirit of excellence; develop the urge of discovery, creativity, inventiveness, leadership and a passion to be the best by providing state-of-the-art facility and an overall ambience that fosters brilliance.
    – Strengthen basic knowledge in mathematical and scientific principles for technical problem solving in areas that may include circuit analysis of both analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, programmable logic control and electrical machines.
    – Receive a strong foundation in engineering science and design that will enable them to pursue productive careers in not only the electronics engineering field, but can also be used as the foundation for careers in other areas such as business and management.
    – Inculcate a strong flavour of research activities among the students and impart them with good scientific and engineering depth and breadth of knowledge in hardware languages, use of latest software tools etc.
    Upon successful completion of under graduation in information science and engineering, students will be able to:
    1. Demonstrate broad knowledge of electronics engineering technology practices to support design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance as required by their employer,
    2. Prepare the students for successful and productive career choices in both public and private sectors in the field of electronics & communication engineering or other allied engineering or other fields.
    3. Equip the students by imparting professional development courses and industrial trainings, preparing students to crack various national level competitive examinations like GATE, IES, etc and providing encouragement to pursue higher studies or to become successful entrepreneurs in life.
    4. Show awareness of social concerns and professional responsibilities in the workplace.
    5. Get Employment in industry, academia or government

• Areas of Focus
Electronic Instrumentation, Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics,  Signals and Systems, Principles of Communication Systems, Linear Integrated Circuits, Microprocessor, ARM Microcontroller & Embedded Systems, Digital Signal Processing, Verilog HDL, Information Theory & Coding, Digital Communication, Computer Communication Networks, VLSI Design, Microwave and Antennas, Digital Image Processing, Power Electronics, Wireless Cellular and LTE 4G Broadband, Fiber Optics & Networks.

4. Mechanical Engineering
• Academic Objectives
The undergraduate program in Mechanical Engineering seeks to provide students with a broad education emphasizing an excellent foundation in mechanical engineering fundamentals. The program prepares undergraduate students for employment or advanced studies.
The objectives of the Mechanical Engineering undergraduate program are to produce graduates who:
– Apply their mechanical engineering education to address the full range of technical and societal problems with creativity, imagination, confidence and responsibility.
– Actively seek out positions of leadership within their profession and their community.
– Serve as ambassadors for engineering by exhibiting the highest ethical and professional standards, and by communicating the importance and excitement of this dynamic field.
– Pursue advanced education, research and development, and other creative and innovative efforts in science, engineering, and technology, as well as other professional careers.
Upon successful completion of under graduation in mechanical engineering, students will be able to:
1. Apply their engineering knowledge, critical thinking and problem solving skills in professional engineering practice or in non engineering fields.
2. Continue their intellectual development, through graduate education or professional development courses.
3. Embrace leadership roles in their careers.
4. Participate in activities that support humanity and economic development nationally and globally, developing as leaders in their fields of expertise.
5. Retain the intellectual curiosity that motivates lifelong learning and allows for a flexible response to the rapidly evolving challenges of the 21st century.
6. Practice mechanical engineering in a broad range of industries, academia or government.

• Areas of Focus
Materials Science, Basic Thermodynamics, Mechanics of Materials, Computer Aided Machine Drawing, Computer integrated Manufacturing, Kinematics of Machinery, Fluid mechanics, Dynamics of Machinery, Turbo Machines, Design of Machine Elements – I, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning, Finite Element Method, Heat Transfer, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Fluid Power Systems, Control Engineering,