About the Department
The department of Information Technology aims at moulding the young technocrats into Information Technology professionals. The IT sector is growing rapidly so as the job opportunities during this Digital era. The students are offered with deep theoretical and practical learning, for the perfect blend of technical and managerial skills.
Students are encouraged to visit IT Industries to attain practical exposure on application of the technologies to update themselves with emerging trends in the field. The department offers platform for various curricular, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities viz. paper presentation, quiz and Project presentation. Seminars, symposia and workshops are organized at inter-collegiate level to showcase their latent talents. Students are motivated to participate in competitive events and publish their works as research paper in various International Conferences and Journals.
Outcome Based Education
Information Technology at BIoE endeavors to follow the Outcome Based Education for
all the UG and PG programme offered under the choice based credit system (CBCS) curriculum.
It is aimed to achieve the outcomes in terms of Remembering, Understanding, Applying,
Analysing, Evaluating and Create at the end of the programme. This entails a regular
methodology for ascertaining the attainment of outcomes, and benchmarking these against the
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs), Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes
(PSOs) consistent with the objectives of the programme.
To create technically proficient IT professionals in the field of Information Technology.
To provide quality technical education by adopting a learner-centric approach in order to strengthen the technical skills among the students.
To understand,analyze and apply current & emerging technologies to design and develop solutions to IT/ITES/Software/Telecom related problems and acquire value and employment.
To have sound foundation in mathematical, scientific and Information science engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analyze practical problems and to prepare students for further studies and research.
Function effectively as individuals and team members in the workplace, and grow into highly technical or project management and leadership roles, in various organizations.
Create an awareness of the life-long learning process,learn necessary tools to successfully identify and adapt to ever changing technologies, by ethical means and code of professional practice.
Graduates of Information Technology will be able to:
Take positions as I.T. leaders and/or embark on a research career in the field of Technology.
Collaborate effectively in teams.
Work diligently in the IT field to make a positive contribution to society.
Provide effective and efficient real time solutions with the application of knowledge in IT, ITES, Networking and Software domains.
Demonstrate the ability to work in a team, with professional ethics, good communication and documentation skills in designing, implementation and management of software products and services, at optimal cost.
Proven capability to exchange views/concepts, incubate ideas and to carryout lifelong learning with zeal, to be aware of the state of art technologies and their development.
IT Engineers manage organization's computer systems, including software, hardware and networks. They may be responsible for designing, installing, and supporting the entire system or may specialize in one area of the computer system, such as security infrastructure or telecommunications.
Identify and Resolve System Issues
IT Engineers are responsible for studying their employer’s current computer system, identifying areas that need improvements or overhauls and implementing these changes. They will need to be skilled in assessment techniques and have the ability to design and install any necessary upgrades to the system.
Many IT Engineers are hired to create an IT or computer system specific to their employer’s needs. This often entails some programming and scripting knowledge, as well as planning, configuring, testing and monitoring new systems.
Documenting work is a very important part of the IT Engineer’s career. They must document system configurations, updates they make to a system and any new procedures or policies created in their work. Their documentation is used by other IT staff or management to see what changes or creations have been made to their systems.
IT Engineers are often called upon to act as a Project Manager. They often oversee IT staff and coordinate with vendors and internal users while implementing a new system. They may be required to setup meetings, present information and order supplies and equipment when working on a project.
Project manager (IT)
IT business analyst
Software quality assurance & testing
Information security officer
We have IIT Bombay Remote Center
The department consistently organizes faculty and staff development programmes
Our students have regularly participated and won many prizes in Inter-collegiate events.
The students of both UG and PG courses are motivated to do their academic projects in the recent research areas
Our faculty members have published their work in National and International Conferences and Journals
The Department conducts a National Level Technical Symposium every year to cater to the needs of the students.
We use modern gadgets in the laboratories.