About Department

This department is running since 1999. The staff has developed required laboratories in the areas like Computer Hardware, Computer Networking & Security, Database Management System, Computer Graphics and Internet Technology in tune with real-time systems. The IT Department is equipped with around 150 computers with multimedia software and LAN Systems with Internet connection.

The internet access is provided to the students to update their knowledge in the various fields.The campus-wide area network is managed through this department. The newly developed computer center for this department is equipped with more than 250 latest computer system connected with LAN and loaded with various softwares.

Computer Engineering and Information Technology department run in a newly constructed, well-furnished building. The main strength of the department is highly qualified and well-experienced faculties. Also, the department is well equipped with an ample number of computer systems, networking of more than 250 nodes and required software and hardware. Department has well equipped 10 computer laboratories and two seminar halls. Campus Wide Network of college is handled by the department with 30 Wi-Fi access points with 1 controller. It has High-End Servers available for various activities.

About the Programme

The field of information technology (IT) covers the design, administration and support of computer and telecommunications systems. Some of the positions in this field include database and network administrators, computer support specialists, computer scientists, software programmers and system analysts. The majority of career tracks in IT entail design and operational tasks related to computer hardware components, networks and software applications.

Professionals in the IT field work with businesses and organizations to set up and support viable computer networks that will keep systems efficient and reliable. IT encompasses all hardware and software used in the storing, creation and accessing of information. Examples of technologies that professionals work with are firewalls, databases, media storage devices, networks and the Internet.

Aspiring IT professionals typically need a bachelor's degree in a technology field, such as computer science, information systems management, programming or networking. Even without a degree, experience in an entry-level help desk position could help IT professionals advance with professional certification or vocational training. The fundamentals of a degree program generally include computer hardware, programming, networking, and technical theory. Depending on the major, students could also learn IT management, website development, computer circuitry, systems analysis and database management. Some programs also include internship opportunities. To work as a computer research scientist, a Ph.D. degree is often necessary.

Under Graduate/Post Graduate Courses

Name of Course Type Period (Years) Intake Year of Starting
Information Technology UG 4 120 1999


  • Wi-Fi enabled Department
  • System Lab
  • Android Lab
  • Appl. Development Lab
  • DLD Lab
  • Campus Wide Fiber Optic Cable Network
  • Network Lab
  • Advance Project Lab
  • DBMS Lab
  • Operating System Lab