Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers BTech, MTech, MCA and PhD programmes.
BTech in Computer Science and Engineering
With an intake of 240 students, the BTech in Computer Science and Engineering is a four-year programme incorporating new and flexible curriculum. The curriculum covers the theoretical underpinnings of Computer Science as well as a range of essential topics in computer systems. It also includes courses belonging to Science, Humanities and Social Sciences.
The Minor Program
Students of the Institute have the flexibility of earning a Minor in a specialised domain by earning 15 additional credits. Minors are offered from the fifth semester onwards. Minors offered by the CSE department are –
Students may also enroll for the Minors offered by the Institute/University listed below-
Postgraduate Programme (MCA)
Master of Computer Application is a three year programme with an intake of 60 students. A six month project commences in the sixth semester wherein students work on a research/ application problem either in-house or in the industry.
Postgraduate Programme (MTech)
Department of Computer Science and Engineering offers M Tech in three programmes.
MTech is a two-year programme where during the first two semesters, students are involved in learning core and advanced domain specific courses. A one-year project commences in June or July and the project typically has a strong research component. Each programme has an intake of 18 students.
Postgraduate Programme (MTech by Research)
MTech by Research enables industry professionals to pursue their post-graduation in Computer Science and Engineering. The programme has a customised blend of courses for domain specific knowledge acquisition and allied research. The programme involves one semester of course-work, followed by working on a research problem culminating into a thesis at the end of a minimum of three years.
Doctoral programme focuses on original research that can lead to publications in premier conferences and journals. Students are required to do some courses during initial semesters, eventually moving on completely to research. The time required to complete a PhD may vary – however a typical time frame is four years.