Mission Statement of the Department
“To produce practitioners, researchers and entrepreneurs having sound knowledge and understanding of the Computer Science and Information Technology domain to satisfy the demands and challenges at the national and global level, and are aware of their social and ethical responsibilities”.
Mission Statement of the Programme
“To produce versatile computing professionals to satisfy the demands of both industry and academia. The programme will inculcate in the student sound theoretical foundations of computer science and the applied practical skills needed to address challenging problems to be solved using computers and adapt to the rapid advancements in the field of Computer Science and Information Technology”.
Objectives of the Programme
- To develop in the graduate proficiency in analysis, design and management of computer based systems that are essential for the development of computer based information systems appropriate for the market demand.
- To enable the graduate to apply theoretical knowledge and practical skills to the design and implementation of software systems for rapidly changing computing problems.
- To have good communication skills and are capable of effectively working in teams.
- To be capable of analysing the impact of computing on society to solve social and human problems.
- To possess knowledge of the ethical, social and professional implications and responsibilities of their work.
- To engage in life-long learning to adapt to innovation and change.
Programme Outcomes of the Graduating Student
- Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and computer science theory to a variety of problem domains.
- Model, design, implement, verify, and maintain computing systems to meet specified requirements while considering the real-world constraints.
- Communicate effectively with a variety of audiences.
- To collaborate and efficiently work as a team.
- Recognize the need for engaging in continuing professional development and life-long learning.
- Be aware of contemporary issues in the computer science and information technology domain