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B.Tech Information Technology

B.Tech Information Technology

Vision

To impart quality education by providing opportunities for shaping and transforming students into eminent and ethical IT professionals, researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs with requisite skill set to excel in the dynamic field of IT.

Mission

  • To provide state of art computer education.
  • To equip staff and students with the latest skills in the field.
  • To keep pace with new invention and technology development thereby set the trend for the futuristic information technology education and research with ethical and moral values

HOD’s Desk

Dr. Susila N

Professor and Head

  • For more than a decade, the department of Information Technology has been an active and effective part of Sri Krishna Group of Institutions. Every facet of the department is skillfully structured so that it vibes with SKI’s educational agenda of creating and nurturing quality professionals. A vibrant and dynamic community of faculty and students and their varied achievements has made the department one of the best in the campus.Given the large student enrollment strength that the department attracts, at any given time the department has approximately 800 students. The department has over 30 teaching faculty members committed to teaching and research. Effectively capitalizing on SKI’s modernized, state of the art classroom setups, the faculty team takes creative and committed measures to bring passion and enthusiasm to the classroom.
  • The curriculum is so fashioned that the learner during this four-year undergraduate course, would gain a comprehensive and extensive understanding of the various nuances of Information Technology. The programs offered include courses that introduce the learner to the fundamentals, courses that would deepen the students’ understanding of various IT relevant concepts, and also courses aimed at kindling the students’ independent thinking and creativity in relevance with the discipline. The students are closely assisted by the faculty in every step of this intellectual journey, be it while learning or while preparing for their exams or while training for job opportunities.
    The department takes pride in the large number of faculty engaged in research activities of diverse specializations that focus on socially relevant issues. In lieu with this, the department also has quite a few publications in reputed international journals. The department’s active involvement in research has proved effective in creating the right ambience for nudging & encouraging the students towards active research.
  • The department is committed to build young professionals instilled with a strong sense of intellectual curiosity, leadership skills, ethics and integrity, as they enter the workforce. Working in tandem with the placement department of the institution, the department conducts a continuous and rigorous placement development programme that shapes every learner to be employable and industry ready individual at the end of four years. At present the department holds a phenomenal placement record of 107 offers out of 115. In addition to being employed in top notch IT companies, graduates of the department also hold esteemed positions in academia, government sectors and also as successful entrepreneurs.
  • The department’s website which features news on various departmental activities including conferences, seminars, FDPs, intra college/ inter college competitions, etc. is periodically updated. To cater to the needs of the ‘digital native’ learners, the department, in line with SKI culture has taken an effort to create a knowledge niche in the world of networks through effective use of “google classroom”.

Faculty Details

S. NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationDOJNature of Association
1Dr. V. RagaviM.C.A., Ph.DProfessor & Dean-Student Affairs1.12.2016Regular
2Dr. N. SusilaM.E., Ph.DProfessor & Head2.5.2007Regular
3Dr. K. N. SivabalanM.E., Ph.DProfessor26.12.2016Regular
4Dr. V. AnandkumarM.E., Ph.DProfessor30.5.2002Regular
5Dr. G. Edwin Prem KumarM.E., Ph.DProfessor1.6.2020Regular
6Dr. M. ArunachalamM.E., Ph.DProfessor2.6.2021Regular
7Dr. M. Raj KumarM.E., Ph.DProfessor20.6.2007Regular
8Dr. J. Granty Regina ElwinM.Tech., Ph.DAssociate Professor6.5.2016Regular
9Dr. G. ShobanaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor1.4.2010Regular
10Dr. A. KousalyaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor3.6.2019Regular
11Dr. T. KeerthikaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor22.6.2011Regular
12Dr. S. Deepa KanmaniM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor1.6.2020Regular
13Dr. S. DurgaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor2.6.2021Regular
14Dr. U. Barakkath NishaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor2.6.2021Regular
15Dr. M. Mohammed MustafaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor27.1.2021Regular
16Mr. A. M. Ratheesh KumarM.TechAssistant Professor22.6.2011Regular
17Mr. T. R. KalaiarasanM.TechAssistant Professor2.7.2012Regular
18Mr. M. DiwakaranM.TechAssistant Professor1.6.2015Regular
19Ms. Sruthi AnandM.EAssistant Professor6.5.2016Regular
20Ms. S. ArulselviM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2017Regular
21Ms. A. JeevaM.TechAssistant Professor1.6.2017Regular
22Ms. Athira GopalM.EAssistant Professor15.6.2017Regular
23Ms. P. KeerthanaM.EAssistant Professor15.12.2017Regular
24Ms. V. Soundarya NivethiniM.EAssistant Professor6.6.2018Regular
25Ms. S. PriyadharshiniM.EAssistant Professor3.6.2019Regular
26Ms. R. JananiM.EAssistant Professor7.6.2019Regular
27Ms.T.R. AbinayaM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
28Ms. A. RaihanaM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
29Ms. U. M. RamyaM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
30Mr. S. ChandramohanM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
31Ms. S. MalathiM.TechAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
32Ms. S. VizhiyarasiM.EAssistant Professor8.6.2020Regular
33Mr. D. VishwanathM.EAssistant Professor2.6.2021Regular
34Ms. V. SindhuM.EAssistant Professor1.7.2021Regular
35Ms. R. IndhuM.EAssistant Professor1.7.2021Regular
36Mr. P. Navneetha KrishnanM.EAssistant Professor8.6.2022Regular
37Ms. K. SindujaM.EAssistant Professor1.7.2022Regular
38Mr. S. Shiva ShankarM.EAssistant Professor17.6.2023Regular

Infrastrusture

  • Donald Knuth Lab
    INTEL Core i3 4th Gen 4130 Processor, Intel H3 Express chipset Motherboard, 4 GB DDR3 RAM, 500 GB Hard disk, 18.5″ wide Hot Panel Monitor, Gigabit LAN/104 Keys keyboard/ Optical Mouse
  • Edsger Dijkstra Lab
    Lenovo Think Centre M72e ( Core i3 3rd Gen), Intel Core i3 3rd Gen 3220 Processor, Intel H61 Express Chipset Motherboard, 4 GB DDR3 RAM @ 133 MHz, ISB 500 Gb SATA-II HDD, 7200 RPM, Integrated HD Graphic Controller, 18.5’’ wide Lenovo Flat Panel Monitor, Gigabit LAN/104 Keys keyboard/ Optical Mouse
  • Digital Lab -1
    Lenovo Think Center M72e, Intel Core i3 3rd Gen 3220 Processor, Intel H61 Express Chipset Motherboard, 4GB DDR3 RAM @ 133 Mhz, 500GB HDD@7200 RPM, 18.5″Flat Panel Monitor

PhD Research Center

Research Center ApprovalResearch Scholars

PhD Supervisor List

Sl. NoName of the SupervisorSupervisor recognition No.
1Dr. Barakkath Nisha. U4040038
2Dr. J. Granty Regina Elwin4140057
3Dr. M. Rajkumar4140180

MoU Signed

S.noName of the organisationOutcomesDuration
1Redhat AcademyRed Hat provides Partner an Internet deployed and managed Curriculum, Software, and Services and Partner provides the facilities and Teachers and delivers the Courses to Students.Long Term
2Zoho Authorized partner - ITK Education Services Private Limited,ChennaiTo teach the zoho creator tool for getting placement and to create college academic management applicationLong Term
3Emurgo Learning Solutions Pvt Ltd, BangaloreEmurgo Certification in Foundations of Blockchain3 Years
4Information and Communications Technology (ICT) AcademyYouth Talk, Certification Courses, Skill Tester CertificationLong Term
5HDFC, ChennaiTo implement Entrepreneurship Cluster Development Program2 Years
6DXC WEP, ChennaiTo implement a unique social initiative to empower deserving and under-privileged graduating girl students. This program will establish the “Centre for Women Empowerment” in engineering colleges.2 Years
7InspirisysTo train students on Advanced IT Skill training2 Years
8Quantanics Techserv Private Limited, MaduraiKnowledge sharing and Industrial Exposure1 Year

TECHNOCRATZ- An Innovative Club for Coding

About: In today’s rapidly changing environment, programming skills are essential tools that can be utilized and incorporated into various fields and domains. Hence to equip students with problem solving skills and to increase confidence, these clubs empower them with more opportunities and challenges. The club encourages students who are passionate in coding to pursue their dreams, with the motto Create- Build- Innovate

Practices: The club conducts a college wide coding competition every year to recruit the students who are passionate about coding. The competition not only focuses on coding but also on logical, analytical and problem-solving skills. The club encourages students to discuss and work on projects. All the members collaborate to achieve a common objective. Lecture sessions are also organized for the benefit of members, where some concepts of computer science are taught. Skill building workshops and technical events on leading technologies are conducted to build their expertise in the field of IT.

Programme Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10. Communication: 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.
  • PO11. Project management and finance: 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.
  • PO12. Life-long learning: 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.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

  • PEO 1: Graduates will have a profound knowledge in the various programming languages and possess globally competent skill sets by inculcating continuous up gradation of their technical skills and personality traits.
  • PEO 2: Graduates will be able to analyze and find solutions to various applications and reconcile the dynamic trends in the field of Information Technology.
  • PEO 3: Graduates will contribute to the society by their ethical behavior and effective teamwork.
  • PEO 4: Graduates will excel with different skills like effective communication, leadership qualities, and provide smart solutions in business environment.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO 1: Graduates will demonstrate multidisciplinary knowledge for problem solving by creating solutions for product based and application-based software for the advancement of the society.
  • PSO 2: Graduates attain advance knowledge in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) thereby creating real time solutions for different projects by using modern tools prevailing in the current trends.
  • PSO 3: Graduates will exhibit state of the art technologies by applying their knowledge in various programming skills to overcome the demand of sustainable development.
S.NODEPARTMENTINDUSTRY / INSTITUTEOUTCOMES
1ITVirtusa CorpFull Stack and Java
2ITDell EMC CorpExternal Research and Academic Alliance, Data Science and Big Data Analytics
3ITIncubation CentreZOHO Inc

B.Tech Information Technology

About

The Department of IT was established in the year 1998. The department holds one U.G. Degree Programme- B.Tech Information Technology. The total sanctioned intake of the IT department is 267, which is empowered by 38 faculty members. Careers in Information technology deal with the design, creation, management and maintenance of the varied components of the system, including software, hardware, networks, systems integration and multimedia. Amazon, ZOHO, Accenture, Fourkites, Informatica, Sirius, Codingmart, Hashed In, Zilker Technology, Coviam, Odessa, Kaar, Virtusa, Intain, Value labs, Astrazeneca, Gain insights, Aspire Systems, Vedantu, Atlas, Freshworks, Vuram Technologies, Infoview, Athena Health Care, Skill Lync, Tech Mahindra Ltd., are some of the prominent placement companies that visit our campus offering a good package.

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Vision

To impart quality education by providing opportunities for shaping and transforming students into eminent and ethical IT professionals, researchers, innovators and entrepreneurs with requisite skill set to excel in the dynamic field of IT.

Mission

  • To provide state of art computer education.
  • To equip staff and students with the latest skills in the field.
  • To keep pace with new invention and technology development thereby set the trend for the futuristic information technology education and research with ethical and moral values

Encounter a pinnacle of academic distinction in our engineering programs, where the fusion of theory and hands-on application forms the bedrock for unmatched educational accomplishments.

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HOD’s Desk

Dr. Susila N

Professor and Head

  • For more than a decade, the department of Information Technology has been an active and effective part of Sri Krishna Group of Institutions. Every facet of the department is skillfully structured so that it vibes with SKI’s educational agenda of creating and nurturing quality professionals. A vibrant and dynamic community of faculty and students and their varied achievements has made the department one of the best in the campus.Given the large student enrollment strength that the department attracts, at any given time the department has approximately 800 students. The department has over 30 teaching faculty members committed to teaching and research. Effectively capitalizing on SKI’s modernized, state of the art classroom setups, the faculty team takes creative and committed measures to bring passion and enthusiasm to the classroom.
  • The curriculum is so fashioned that the learner during this four-year undergraduate course, would gain a comprehensive and extensive understanding of the various nuances of Information Technology. The programs offered include courses that introduce the learner to the fundamentals, courses that would deepen the students’ understanding of various IT relevant concepts, and also courses aimed at kindling the students’ independent thinking and creativity in relevance with the discipline. The students are closely assisted by the faculty in every step of this intellectual journey, be it while learning or while preparing for their exams or while training for job opportunities.
    The department takes pride in the large number of faculty engaged in research activities of diverse specializations that focus on socially relevant issues. In lieu with this, the department also has quite a few publications in reputed international journals. The department’s active involvement in research has proved effective in creating the right ambience for nudging & encouraging the students towards active research.
  • The department is committed to build young professionals instilled with a strong sense of intellectual curiosity, leadership skills, ethics and integrity, as they enter the workforce. Working in tandem with the placement department of the institution, the department conducts a continuous and rigorous placement development programme that shapes every learner to be employable and industry ready individual at the end of four years. At present the department holds a phenomenal placement record of 107 offers out of 115. In addition to being employed in top notch IT companies, graduates of the department also hold esteemed positions in academia, government sectors and also as successful entrepreneurs.
  • The department’s website which features news on various departmental activities including conferences, seminars, FDPs, intra college/ inter college competitions, etc. is periodically updated. To cater to the needs of the ‘digital native’ learners, the department, in line with SKI culture has taken an effort to create a knowledge niche in the world of networks through effective use of “google classroom”.

Faculty Details

S. NOName of the FacultyQualificationDesignationDOJNature of Association
1Dr. V. RagaviM.C.A., Ph.DProfessor & Dean-Student Affairs1.12.2016Regular
2Dr. N. SusilaM.E., Ph.DProfessor & Head2.5.2007Regular
3Dr. K. N. SivabalanM.E., Ph.DProfessor26.12.2016Regular
4Dr. V. AnandkumarM.E., Ph.DProfessor30.5.2002Regular
5Dr. G. Edwin Prem KumarM.E., Ph.DProfessor1.6.2020Regular
6Dr. M. ArunachalamM.E., Ph.DProfessor2.6.2021Regular
7Dr. M. Raj KumarM.E., Ph.DProfessor20.6.2007Regular
8Dr. J. Granty Regina ElwinM.Tech., Ph.DAssociate Professor6.5.2016Regular
9Dr. G. ShobanaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor1.4.2010Regular
10Dr. A. KousalyaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor3.6.2019Regular
11Dr. T. KeerthikaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor22.6.2011Regular
12Dr. S. Deepa KanmaniM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor1.6.2020Regular
13Dr. S. DurgaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor2.6.2021Regular
14Dr. U. Barakkath NishaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor2.6.2021Regular
15Dr. M. Mohammed MustafaM.E., Ph.DAssociate Professor27.1.2021Regular
16Mr. A. M. Ratheesh KumarM.TechAssistant Professor22.6.2011Regular
17Mr. T. R. KalaiarasanM.TechAssistant Professor2.7.2012Regular
18Mr. M. DiwakaranM.TechAssistant Professor1.6.2015Regular
19Ms. Sruthi AnandM.EAssistant Professor6.5.2016Regular
20Ms. S. ArulselviM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2017Regular
21Ms. A. JeevaM.TechAssistant Professor1.6.2017Regular
22Ms. Athira GopalM.EAssistant Professor15.6.2017Regular
23Ms. P. KeerthanaM.EAssistant Professor15.12.2017Regular
24Ms. V. Soundarya NivethiniM.EAssistant Professor6.6.2018Regular
25Ms. S. PriyadharshiniM.EAssistant Professor3.6.2019Regular
26Ms. R. JananiM.EAssistant Professor7.6.2019Regular
27Ms.T.R. AbinayaM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
28Ms. A. RaihanaM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
29Ms. U. M. RamyaM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
30Mr. S. ChandramohanM.EAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
31Ms. S. MalathiM.TechAssistant Professor1.6.2020Regular
32Ms. S. VizhiyarasiM.EAssistant Professor8.6.2020Regular
33Mr. D. VishwanathM.EAssistant Professor2.6.2021Regular
34Ms. V. SindhuM.EAssistant Professor1.7.2021Regular
35Ms. R. IndhuM.EAssistant Professor1.7.2021Regular
36Mr. P. Navneetha KrishnanM.EAssistant Professor8.6.2022Regular
37Ms. K. SindujaM.EAssistant Professor1.7.2022Regular
38Mr. S. Shiva ShankarM.EAssistant Professor17.6.2023Regular

Students Achievements

Witness the exceptional as our students not only master the intricacies of engineering but also carve their names on the zenith of academic accolades, showcasing unparalleled dedication.

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Placements

Our resolute commitment to cultivating future leaders is reflected in our exceptional placement records, underscoring the quality of education and professional readiness our graduates embody.

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Sponsored Research

At the forefront of knowledge advancement, our department spearheads pioneering research endeavors, propelled by an unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of scientific understanding and practical problem-solving.

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Infrastrusture

  • Donald Knuth Lab
    INTEL Core i3 4th Gen 4130 Processor, Intel H3 Express chipset Motherboard, 4 GB DDR3 RAM, 500 GB Hard disk, 18.5″ wide Hot Panel Monitor, Gigabit LAN/104 Keys keyboard/ Optical Mouse
  • Edsger Dijkstra Lab
    Lenovo Think Centre M72e ( Core i3 3rd Gen), Intel Core i3 3rd Gen 3220 Processor, Intel H61 Express Chipset Motherboard, 4 GB DDR3 RAM @ 133 MHz, ISB 500 Gb SATA-II HDD, 7200 RPM, Integrated HD Graphic Controller, 18.5’’ wide Lenovo Flat Panel Monitor, Gigabit LAN/104 Keys keyboard/ Optical Mouse
  • Digital Lab -1
    Lenovo Think Center M72e, Intel Core i3 3rd Gen 3220 Processor, Intel H61 Express Chipset Motherboard, 4GB DDR3 RAM @ 133 Mhz, 500GB HDD@7200 RPM, 18.5″Flat Panel Monitor

PhD Research Center

Research Center ApprovalResearch Scholars

PhD Supervisor List

Sl. NoName of the SupervisorSupervisor recognition No.
1Dr. Barakkath Nisha. U4040038
2Dr. J. Granty Regina Elwin4140057
3Dr. M. Rajkumar4140180

MoU Signed

S.noName of the organisationOutcomesDuration
1Redhat AcademyRed Hat provides Partner an Internet deployed and managed Curriculum, Software, and Services and Partner provides the facilities and Teachers and delivers the Courses to Students.Long Term
2Zoho Authorized partner - ITK Education Services Private Limited,ChennaiTo teach the zoho creator tool for getting placement and to create college academic management applicationLong Term
3Emurgo Learning Solutions Pvt Ltd, BangaloreEmurgo Certification in Foundations of Blockchain3 Years
4Information and Communications Technology (ICT) AcademyYouth Talk, Certification Courses, Skill Tester CertificationLong Term
5HDFC, ChennaiTo implement Entrepreneurship Cluster Development Program2 Years
6DXC WEP, ChennaiTo implement a unique social initiative to empower deserving and under-privileged graduating girl students. This program will establish the “Centre for Women Empowerment” in engineering colleges.2 Years
7InspirisysTo train students on Advanced IT Skill training2 Years
8Quantanics Techserv Private Limited, MaduraiKnowledge sharing and Industrial Exposure1 Year

TECHNOCRATZ- An Innovative Club for Coding

About: In today’s rapidly changing environment, programming skills are essential tools that can be utilized and incorporated into various fields and domains. Hence to equip students with problem solving skills and to increase confidence, these clubs empower them with more opportunities and challenges. The club encourages students who are passionate in coding to pursue their dreams, with the motto Create- Build- Innovate

Practices: The club conducts a college wide coding competition every year to recruit the students who are passionate about coding. The competition not only focuses on coding but also on logical, analytical and problem-solving skills. The club encourages students to discuss and work on projects. All the members collaborate to achieve a common objective. Lecture sessions are also organized for the benefit of members, where some concepts of computer science are taught. Skill building workshops and technical events on leading technologies are conducted to build their expertise in the field of IT.

Club Members

S.noRoll No.Name of the StudentClass
1.20EUIT510SHAKTHI DHARUN RIV IT C
2.20EUIT147SRI VATSHAN VIII IT C
3.19EUIT042DHIKSHA MIV IT A
4.21EUIT501AJEETH GIII IT B
5.20EUIT001ABDUL RAHMAN AIII IT A
6.20EUIT106PRATHEEBA TIII IT B
7.20EUIT048HARISH GIII IT A
8.727721EUIT029DHARSITH SII IT A
9.727721EUIT127RISHIKESH SII IT C
10.727721EUIT131SABARI RAJ NII IT C
11.727721EUIT133SACHIN G KII IT C

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Programme Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10. Communication: 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.
  • PO11. Project management and finance: 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.
  • PO12. Life-long learning: 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.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

  • PEO 1: Graduates will have a profound knowledge in the various programming languages and possess globally competent skill sets by inculcating continuous up gradation of their technical skills and personality traits.
  • PEO 2: Graduates will be able to analyze and find solutions to various applications and reconcile the dynamic trends in the field of Information Technology.
  • PEO 3: Graduates will contribute to the society by their ethical behavior and effective teamwork.
  • PEO 4: Graduates will excel with different skills like effective communication, leadership qualities, and provide smart solutions in business environment.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO 1: Graduates will demonstrate multidisciplinary knowledge for problem solving by creating solutions for product based and application-based software for the advancement of the society.
  • PSO 2: Graduates attain advance knowledge in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) thereby creating real time solutions for different projects by using modern tools prevailing in the current trends.
  • PSO 3: Graduates will exhibit state of the art technologies by applying their knowledge in various programming skills to overcome the demand of sustainable development.

S.NODEPARTMENTINDUSTRY / INSTITUTEOUTCOMES
1ITVirtusa CorpFull Stack and Java
2ITDell EMC CorpExternal Research and Academic Alliance, Data Science and Big Data Analytics
3ITIncubation CentreZOHO Inc