Department of Computer Science
Computer science touches almost all aspects of our daily lives. It is the basis of many of the endeavours in society today and continues to advance various areas and open new fields, among them the entertainment industry, engineering, government, medicine, manufacturing, science, space exploration and communication. From its theoretical and algorithmic foundations to cutting-edge developments in robotics, computer vision, intelligent systems, bioinformatics and other exciting areas, a comprehensive foundation in computer science allows graduates to adapt to new technologies and new ideas.
Career possibilities abound for our graduates. The fast pace of technology has created many new and exciting jobs in computing, including computer graphics specialist, computer systems analyst, data communications analyst, database administrator, programmer analyst, software engineer, systems engineer, systems programmer, information assurance specialist, and network security engineer.
We define Computer Science as applied reasoning using both art and science. It requires the ability to communicate ideas through a combination of language and powerful technology. It is concerned with the interaction of man and machine, and man's conquest of the future through continuing developments in the application of computers to myriad and specialized problems.
Here, you don't just learn to program or install the next generation of smartphone, you actually develop the skills and knowledge to go beyond that - to be an inventor or innovator. We have our programmes exploring everything from network security and privacy issues to how people actually interact with technology. Here, you learn in an environment where leading-edge technology takes place on a daily basis; where small class sizes, and hands-on labs will introduce you to a whole new world.
|1995||Department of Computer Science was established to offer the Complementary subject for the B Sc Mathematics Course.|
|1999||Stared offering B Sc Computer Science as core course with Mathematics and Statistics as complementary subjects.|
Computer Science as complementary to III, IV, V and VI
semester students of B Com with Computer Applications from 2001.|
|2004||Offers Computer Science as complementary to I, II, III and IV semester students of B Sc Chemistry|
|2013||Started Offering MSc Computer Science|
|1||Two well-equipped computer laboratories. |
|2||Lab-1 with 20 Desktop computers, 1 IBM Server and 15 thin Clients. |
|3||Lab -2 with 25 Systems for students and 10 systems for final year projects. |
|4||Two Laser Jet printers and one dot-matrix printer. |
|5||LAN with support for two platforms, Windows and LINUX. |
|6||Additional facilities and peripherals like scanner, printers, web cam and CD and DVD writers.|
|7||Four digital trainer kit and CD software library.|
|8||A well back upped systems is maintained through online UPS(6KVA with 45 minutes battery backup for Lab 1 and 6KVA with 2 hours battery backup for Lab 2.|
|9||A 10KVA for the Computer Lab and Office.|
Achievements & Activities
|The major achievement of
the Department in the academic field is the outstanding performance of
the students in their University examination with ranks in three years.|
|Interactions with the local communities have been enriched by the training
and orientation in the institution through involvement in the activities
of NSS, NCC, the college Union and various other student Clubs and
|The Department encourages students to learn advanced trends and technologies with News letters, Magazines and cyber facilities.|
|The Department conducts seminars by prominent persons on career opportunities, tips for attending interviews and group discussions.|