At the graduate and post-graduate levels, the Computer Applications is devoted to the study and development of computer science applications. It has created outstanding, young people who has been trained and made their mark in the software industry. The Faculty of IT (FIT) has always been on a strong growth trajectory to keep up with the major academic specialties' increasing prominence and modern technological trends. The FIT’s alumni benefit from a blend of knowledgeable instructors, cutting-edge technology resources, and modern facilities. The FIT has state-of-the-art laboratories to meet the needs of the staff and students in terms of teaching and research. Alumni interaction and regular industry/academic exposure are significant value enhancements. Through participation in national and international seminars, workshops, and conferences, it encourages students to keep their expertise current. Technical, interpersonal, and soft skill development are supported by the environment. A robust alumni association actively engages in communication with the students. The scholars/student’s creation of original projects is constantly encouraged. There is constant encouragement for the students to develop innovative projects. The goal of FIT is to offer a forum for the unrestricted exchange of ideas so that research, innovation, and professional growth can all contribute to improving the world.
Education is the soul of the society which passes from generation to generation. The FIT of Computer Applications truly believes and follows the adage that ‘Education is to make a life and not just a livelihood’.
Our vision is to create an advanced centre of professional learning of international standards where knowledge and excellence shall be relentlessly pursued, unfettered by the barriers of nationality, language, cultural plurality, and religion.
• Imparting technical education of the highest calibre and problem-solving abilities.
• Cultivate an international mindset.
• Develop leadership skills with a vision for the future.
• Encourage an entrepreneurial mindset and social responsibility.
• Instil the value of morality, ethics, and good habits.
• Develop the habit of ongoing learning. Encourage and support creative abilities and research temperament.
• Establish and encourage close communication with businesses and other utility sectors while staying up to date with cutting-edge technologies.
• Encourage high-impact articles and make contributions to research and development.
Pass in 10+2 or other equivalent exam for any statutory board with 45% for OBC & 40% for SC/ST categories in aggregate where Math is one of the subject at 10+2 level.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
• Pursue a successful career in the field of computer applications and contribute to the industry or undertake entrepreneurial endeavours.
• Perceive the limitations and impact of technical /IT solutions in social, legal, commercial, and multidisciplinary contexts.
• Demonstrate professional and ethical responsibilities, and engage in life-long learning.
Program Outcomes (POs)
• Learn the fundamentals of mathematics and computer science.
• Design simple solutions using concepts of data structure and algorithms.
• Solve problems and formulate simple solutions using mathematics and computer programming.
• Apply the concepts of software engineering to build simple projects.
• Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques using modern IT tools.
• Apply soft skills appropriately in professional domain.
• Understand the impact of the professional solutions in societal and environmental contexts.
• Commit to professional ethics and apply ethical principles and norms of the software professional practices.
• Work effectively as an individual, and as a member or team leader in diverse roles.
• Communicate effectively on technical activities with the community.
• Effectively write reports, prepare documentation and make effective presentations.
• Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the software and management principles and apply these to one’s own work.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)
• Ability to use knowledge of financial accounting to estimate the profitability of small projects.
• Design simple software solutions for real-life problems.
• Engage in lifelong learning.
Passed B.C.A/ B.Sc. (Computer Science)/ B.Sc. (IT) / B.E. (CSE)/ B.Tech. (CSE) / B.E. (IT) / B.Tech. (IT) or equivalent Degree.
Passed any graduation degree (e.g.: B.E. / B.Tech. / B.Sc / B.Com. / B.A./ B. Voc./ etc.,) preferably with Mathematics at 10+2 level or at Graduation level Obtained at least 50% marks (45% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the qualifying examination.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
They are expected to accomplish the following objectives in a few years after MCA graduation:
PEO-I: Pursue a prosperous career in the field of computer applications, make important contributions to their profession in business, research, and academia, or start your own ventures.
PEO-II: Maintain a lifelong learning, engagement, and updating process to do independent or group research and address the world's and technology's ever-evolving concerns.
PEO-III: Showcase personal accountability for one's professional, social, and ethical behaviour. Programme Outcomes (POs)
Programme Outcomes (POs)
Master of Computer Applications (MCA) programme is designed to ensure that each student acquires the desired competencies and on successful completion of the programme, the students are expected to:
In order to ensure that each student develops the desired competencies, the Master of Computer Applications (MCA) curriculum is created, and upon successful completion of the programme, students are expected to:
PO1: Computational knowledge: Use your understanding of math and basic computer concepts to address challenges in the real world.
PO2: Problem analysis: Using knowledge of mathematics and computer science, identify, formulate, assess research material, and analyse complicated problems in their programme of study.
PO3: Solution development and design: Design software components that satisfy the required needs and complex problem solutions while taking into account environmental, cultural, sociological, and governmental factors as well as public health and safety issues.
PO4: Conduct studies into difficult issues using application-based knowledge and research techniques, such as experiment design, data analysis and interpretation, and synthesis of findings.
PO5: Use of modern tools: Develop, choose, and apply relevant methods, resources, and IT tools in order to model complicated solutions while being aware of their limitations.
PO6: The professional and society: Use reasoning based on contextual information to evaluate societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues, as well as the resulting obligations pertinent to the professional activity.
PO7: Environment and sustainability: Understand how professional solutions will affect society and the environment, and show why sustainable development is necessary.
PO8: Professional ethics, responsibilities, and standards of the software business must be followed. Use moral ideals.
PO9: Teamwork and solitary work: Work well as a leader, on your own, in a variety of teams, and in multidisciplinary environments.
PO10: Communication: Give and receive clear instructions, create and distribute detailed technical reports and papers, and communicate effectively with the community and the general public about challenging technical tasks.
PO11: Finance and project management: Use management and software concepts to carry out one's duties as a team member or team leader, to oversee projects, and in situations involving various disciplinary viewpoints.
Recognize the need for and have the ability required to participate in independent and lifelong learning.
Electronics and Communication Engineering(ECE)/Computer Science Engineering(CSE)/ Information Technology Engineering(IT)
The B.Tech degree in ECE/CSE/IT equips its graduates with the skills necessary for a distinguished career in the IT, communication, and electronics sectors. The programme adheres to an internationalised curriculum in accordance with statutory bodies' standards as well as those of local, national, and international accrediting bodies. Students are prepared for higher education and entrepreneurial endeavours by putting an emphasis on impact studies, project-based learning, and experiential learning. In order to support students' innovations in robotics, artificial intelligence, signal processing systems, green energy solutions, embedded systems, and wireless communication, the programme is offered by all engineering branches, which has good infrastructure in the form of smart classrooms, centres of excellence, and research labs.
Passed 10+2 examination with Physics/ Mathematics / Chemistry/ Computer Science/ Electronics/ Information Technology/ Biology/ Informatics Practices/ Biotechnology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies/ Entrepreneurship as per table1.3(a) Agriculture stream (for Agriculture Engineering) Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.
Passed min. 3 years Diploma examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) subject to vacancies in the First Year, in case the vacancies at lateral entry are exhausted.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
The B. Tech program in Electronics and Communication Engineering aims to prepare the graduates with the following objectives:
• The ability to solve problems in the fields of electronic system design, communication network operation and management challenges, and related areas of electronics and telecommunication engineering will enable graduates to pursue successful careers in industries or start their own businesses.
• The ability to understand the limitations and effects of engineering solutions in social, legal, environmental, economic, and transdisciplinary contexts is a requirement for graduation.
• Graduates must exhibit professional and ethical obligations and strive to expand their knowledge by enrolling in programmes at a higher level of study.
• Engineering expertise: The capacity to use knowledge of science, math, technical basics, and a specific engineering specialisation to solve challenging engineering challenges.
• Ability to recognise, formulate, assess research materials, and analyse difficult engineering problems in order to achieve supported findings using fundamental concepts from the natural and engineering sciences, mathematics, and first principles.
• Design/Development of Solutions: Capability to develop system components or processes that satisfy the required requirements while considering public health and safety, as well as cultural, socioeconomic, and environmental factors.
• Conduct research on complicated issues: Being able to design tests, analyse and evaluate data, and synthesise information to draw reliable findings using research-based knowledge and research methodologies.
• Utilization of contemporary tools: Capability to develop, pick, and use contemporary engineering and IT technologies, including modelling and prediction, for complex engineering processes while being aware of their limitations.The ability to use reasoning informed by context to evaluate societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues and the ensuing obligations important to the professional practise of engineering. The engineer and society.
• Environment and sustainability: The capacity to comprehend the effects of expert technical solutions in societal and environmental contexts and to show that sustainable development is necessary.
• Ethics: The capacity to put ethical concepts into practise and to adhere to professional ethics, obligations, and engineering practise norms.
• Ability to work well both individually and in a collaborative environment: Ability to work well both individually and as a member or leader in a variety of teams and in multidisciplinary environments.
• Communication: The ability to successfully convey technical information to the engineering community and the general public, including the ability to understand and produce clear reports and design documentation, deliver, and receive instructions clearly, and make effective presentations.
• Ability to lead a team, operate as a part of a team, manage projects, and work in interdisciplinary situations while demonstrating knowledge of, and a comprehension of, engineering and management principles.
• Lifelong learning: The capacity to both understand and possess
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO):
The program specific outcomes are:
• Ability to design and implement electronic circuits, signal processing and communication systems in industry.
• Ability to carry out research in fields of embedded systems, wireless and high-speed communication, and advanced signal processing.
• Ability to utilize the knowledge in solving practical problems in real life.
It is a multidisciplinary area that integrates mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, control engineering, and computer science in a synergistic manner with a focus on integrated product design and the best possible fusion of relevant technologies.Since its course content is heavily integrated and concentrated on the fundamentals of electrical, electronics, mechanical, control, instrumentation, and computer engineering, the 4-year B-Tech course in Mechatronics Engineering programme differs greatly from other engineering programmes. Along with the core topics, the course curriculum is thoughtfully planned and structured (in accordance with industry requirements), and students have the freedom to select from a large range of departmental electives, industry electives, and open electives.
The programme is extremely competitive and aims to provide students with the technical and analytical skills they will need to design and construct smart machines to address the problems that face society and industry. Student exchange programmes, internships, and industry visits are all encouraged in addition to the curriculum to give students the necessary practical experience. encouraging students to actively participate in the numerous national and international contests. encouraging students at the mechanical engineering school to concentrate on new product development areas and prototyping with patents.
Program Educational Objectives (PEO):
The goal of the B. Tech degree in Mechatronics Engineering is to equip students for careers in mechatronics or related fields and to help them uphold professional ethics in engineering practise. The following goals are also part of the program's preparation for its graduates:
• Graduates shall be able to provide solutions to mechatronics engineering problems involving design, manufacturing, and operational management issues.
• Graduates shall be able to perceive the limitation and impact of engineering solutions in social, legal, environmental, economic, and multidisciplinary contexts.
• Graduates shall demonstrate professional responsibility and thrive to reinforce their knowledge being a part of formal or informal education.
The program outcomes are:
1. Engineering expertise: The capacity to use knowledge of science, math, technical basics, and a specific engineering specialisation to solve challenging engineering challenges.
2. Ability to recognise, formulate, assess research materials, and analyse difficult engineering problems in order to achieve supported findings using fundamental concepts from the natural and engineering sciences, mathematics, and first principles.
3. Ability to develop system components or processes that meet the required needs while considering public health and safety, as well as cultural, socioeconomic, and environmental factors, when designing solutions for complex engineering challenges.
4. Investigate complicated issues: Capability to apply research-based knowledge and research techniques, such as experiment design, data analysis and interpretation, and information synthesis to provide reliable conclusions.
5. Utilization of contemporary tools: Capability to develop, pick, and use contemporary engineering and IT technologies, including modelling and prediction, for complex engineering processes while being aware of their limitations.
6. The ability to use reasoning informed by context to evaluate societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues, and the ensuing obligations important to the professional practise of engineering. The engineer and society.
7. Environment and sustainability: The capacity to comprehend the effects of expert technical solutions in societal and environmental contexts and to show that sustainable development is necessary.
8. Ethics: Ability to apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team: Ability to function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. Communication: Ability to communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
11. Project management and finance: Ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12. Life-long learning: Ability to recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
Graduates in Mechatronics Engineering have an immense scope of placement opportunities, as the industry is multidisciplinary in nature.
Some of the top recruiting industries:
• Automotive and Manufacturing Industries
• Oil and Gas
• Bio Medical
• Computer Industries
The graduates may also pursue masters in various fields like automation, aviation, aerospace, robotics, embedded systems, manufacturing etc.
To provide the opportunity for learning experiences outside the classroom environment and to work with industrial professionals, students are encouraged and allowed to have their Internships (Long term and Short Term) during their summer and winter vacation.
Imminent people from industry / research sectors are invited for guest lectures / special talks etc. to keep the students updated with the technology as a part of the colloquium Lectures.
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