The Department of Information of Technology was started in 2001 with a vision to provide a place for Innovation, Scientific Discovery and New Technology to evolve as a Centre of Excellence for research and learning, integrating Computer and Information Sciences with Natural Sciences and Basic Engineering. The department prepares over 72 graduates (UG) every year to become leaders in diverse fields such as academia, industry and government.
The department imparts world class training, research and provides state of the art computing facilities to the students. Graduates from the department are most wanted by both academia and leading corporate’s like Microsoft, Yahoo, IBM, Amazon, Deshaw, Oracle.
The department has signed MOUs with companies such as Microsoft, EMC2, Robert Bosch, TCS, Oracle and SAP. With an objective of bridging the gap between academia and industries. Every year TCS recognizes department’s outstanding students by awarding “BEST STUDENT” and “BEST PROJECT” awards. The department and Oklahoma State University jointly conducted an International Conference on Sensors, Security, Software and Intelligent Systems (ISSSIS 2009) during 2009.
The major research areas include Grid Computing , Cloud Computing , Wireless Networks, Data Analytics, Data Mining, Bioinformatics, Image Processing and Software Engineering.
To enable the graduates to adapt to the rapidly changing technology with the help of sound fundamentals.
To impart value based technical education and entrepreneurial skills to the graduates with state of art infrastructure and innovative faculty.
To develop globally competent engineers capable of providing secure and Out-of-the Box computing and information technology solutions.
To evolve as a Centre of Excellence for research and learning, integrating Computing and Information Sciences with Natural Sciences and Basic Engineering to develop products and services for the benefit of Industry and Society at large.
Ability to apply fundamental knowledge in mathematics, general engineering, electrical sciences and information technology to solve real world problems.
Ability to identify, interpret, analyze and design solutions using appropriate algorithms of varying complexities in the field of information and communication technology.
Ability to design, develop, evaluate and implement secure optimized software processes, components, solutions and embedded systems, with consideration to public health, safety, cultural and environmental issues.