Computer Science Department symbolizes excellence in all major functions associated with higher learning such as teaching, student development and curriculum planning. The strengths of the Department are its quality faculty, innovative and flexible curricula with their unique focus on the future of the students. State-of-the-art facilities with remarkably high and open transparent policies that foster a healthy student-faculty interaction.
With nearly 80% of the faculty is having experience in teaching in conjunction with a relatively young in age, the Department rightfully boasts of a faculty profile that is young, vibrant and matching the best standards of today’s Competitiveness like the exposure to the latest technologies.
The Strength in department drives our curricula which are carefully designed mixes of core Courses and electives. The core courses impart a rigorous foundation so that every student is technically competent while the varied choice of electives allows individuality for students to keep abreast of the latest technological innovations and specialize in their areas of interest. The curriculum is continually monitored and updated as and when necessary.
The CS Department adopted the CBCS and Grading system for evaluation and also has a system for collecting and analyzing student feedback on course structure, content, delivery and evaluation. The teaching methods further reflect our pursuit of excellence. Classrooms are well-equipped with LCD projectors for courses that benefit from the use of live demonstrations and computer presentations to blackboards for those that require greater flexibility in pace and structure of lecture delivery. Web- based materials, assignments, case studies, poster making, subject related videos, are also used to experimentally deliver the contents.
Excellent laboratories are provided to students and faculty on all working days.
Alumni of our B.Sc and B.Com programs land jobs at top technology companies—such as TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Tech-Mahendra Elico, Cognizant, ICICI, Just-Dial. More than 85% of students from computer science are placed through the placement cell.