The future of Computing and IT systems rests here. The department's mission is to advance, evolve and enhance Computer Science and Software Engineering fundamentals to build the intellectual capital of research and students. The CSE Department Endeavour’s to be an important regional, national, and international resource center for the development of Computing, IT and Software systems and applications. The department is witnessing a period of exciting growth and opportunity propelled by the top ranking it achieved recently. CSE boasts a vibrant student body of about 1600 undergraduate and 300 postgraduate students and a stellar faculty of professors and lecturers.
=> B.Tech Computer Science & Engineering
=> M.Tech Computer Science & Engineering
=> Ph.D Computer Science & Engineering
There are 7 faculty research groups in the department comprising databases, soft computing, web services, biometrics, networks, cloud computing and mobile OS. There are around 60 Ph.D scholars doing their research which includes part time internal and external. The department got a grant from DRDO for doing research on Mobile Adhoc Networks, subsequently a Research lab on Wireless Sensor Networks has been setup.
The CSE Department organizes national conferences, seminars, student symposia, short-term training program and value added courses. This provides a wide range of opportunities for faculty and students to bring out their potential and innovative skills in a variety of fields. The department has conducted national conferences on current trends in computer technology, computer vision AI & robotics and a conference on Impact of Computing Technologies in various scientific fields. The department regularly conducts International/National workshops and the notable ones are Wireless Sensor Networks, Research challenges in Soft Computing, Service Oriented Architecture, and Next Generation Optical Networks. A national level student symposium named 'Seventh Sense' received wide publicity and response.
The department provides extensive computing resources for research and education. This includes more than 300 high-performance computers in the range of Linux, Windows, SUN and Apple workstations and a good number of laptop systems. In addition to general purpose file server, the department maintains two specialized servers for database clients and Linux based workstations. Department network communications include a fiber optic backbone, offering 20 Mbps connectivity to the commodity internet and provides intranet within the hi-tech lab, which hosts 9 laboratories. The department has wireless internet connectivity via a campus-wide 802.11b network to the laptops. There is a separate department library with 800 books, manuals, project reports and lectures on CD Rom.
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