Information Technology is designed to equip students for professional careers within the IT industry and other IT intensive organizations including government departments and business enterprises. The department has 1Ph.D and 15 M. Tech faculty out of which 50% of them are from IITs and NITs.
Courses Offered: B. Tech in IT.
Labs & SoftwaresDS Lab, C, C++, JAVA Lab, Networking Programming Lab, Case tools, Multi Media, Linux Lab, DBMS Lab, IS Lab, MWT Lab, Rational Rose, MATLAB
Workshops & Guest Lectures Conducted: Data Mining and emerging Technologies, Ethical Hacking and Network Security, 'C' in action and Secrets, Open source Softwares and tools, Software Testing: Best practices, Practical aspects of Software Development, UML Workshop etc.
Job Opportunities: IT graduates are having good placement opportunities in different sectors of IT like Software development & Testing, Databases, Web Technologies, R&D, UI Specialist, etc. They have opportunities in Public Sector Units (PSUs) like BHEL, IOCL, ONGC, NTPC, NALCO, ECIL, HAL (Hindustan Aeronautics Limited), BSNL, AAI (Airport Authority of India), SAIL (Steel Authority of India Ltd.), and CDS (Combined Defense Service). They can get into Research organizations like ISRO, C-DAC and DRDO. They can be recruited in banks as IT Specialist Officers through IBPS. Ultimately, the engineering degree provides a rigorous exposure to logical thinking.
It is a fact that the BCA course cannot provide one with the stability and the career options that the MCA program can give. It cannot give one the strategic as well as optimized environment that the MCA course can give. Main importance of doing MCA after BCA is that only by going through this program one will understand the finer points of the computer applications course