Department of CS

The Department of Computer Science 's first batch  was enrolled in 2001.

The Department offers :

a. B-Tech in Computer Science and Engineering - 4 year UG Programme with an intake of 120.
b. M-Tech in Computer Science and Engineering -2 year PG Programme with an intake of 18.


The department has identified the following traits after a student completes his/her formal education:

1. Work productively as Computer Engineers, including supportive and leadership roles on multidisciplinary teams.
2. Communicate effectively.
3. Recognize and incorporate societal needs and constraints in their professional endeavors.
4. Practice their profession with high regard to legal and ethical responsibilities
5. Engage in life-long learning, such as graduate study, to remain current in their profession and be leaders in our technological society.
These objectives were developed, refined and finalized to meet the industrial requirement.

Mentor - Emeritus Professor

mentor cs

Dr. Om Vikas was the senior Director and Head of Computer Development Division in the Ministry of Communication & Information Technology (Government of India).

His current research interests include Computer architecture, Data Design, Multi-lingual computing, and Informatics curriculum development.

Dr Vikas has vast experience of R&D, Teaching, Projects planning and International cooperation in industry, academia, government, and the missions abroad. He has been active member of several regional and international conference committees spearheading the promotion of multi-lingual information processing of Asian Languages, Technology for Object Oriented Languages and Systems (TOOLS), Thesaurus Modeled Sanskrit Database (Univ. of Texas), High Performance Computing Conference 2002, Spoken Language Conference 2002.

Dr Om Vikas is also coordinator of the national program on Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL) that covers Human Machine Interface Systems, Translation Support Systems, Knowledge/Lexical Resources, Knowledge Processing Tools, Localization, and Standardization, and Human Resource Development for Indian Languages. He has significantly contributed towards evolving Indian Scripts Standard Code for Information Interchange (ISCII) and now interfaces with UNICODE.

He represented India and actively participated in the Expert meeting on Multi-lingualism and Universal Access to Cyberspace. He was awarded the Fellow of the Russian Academy of Informatization of Education (1999). He is member of IEEE and fellow of the Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineers.

He has over a score of research papers, several articles in conferences, and techno-economic analysis reports. He is founder chief editor of the Journal - VishwaBharat@tdil - on language technology in India. He received several national awards for his outstanding contributions towards promotion of Science & Technology in Hindi.

Program Outcomes:

The department of computer science has identified 14 program outcomes that undergraduate students should achieve during their course of study. These outcomes are listed below:

1-Graduates will demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and science to analyse computing systems.
2-Graduates will have the conceptual knowledge and background to be able to analyse a problem and identify and define the computing requirements for its solution.
3-Graduates will have the ability to design a computer-based system, process, component or program.
4-Graduates will have the ability to implement a computer-based system, process, component or program.
5-Graduates will have the ability to evaluate an existing computer-based system, process, component or program.
6-Graduates will be able to work effectively in teams in designing and implementing software systems.
7-Graduates will be aware of key environmental and ethical issues affecting computer science and their responsibilities as computer science professionals.
8-Graduates will demonstrate the ability to orally communicate ideas and concepts clearly and in an organized manner.
9-Graduates will demonstrate the ability to write clear system documentation, user documentation and reports.
10-Graduates will have an understanding of the impact of computers in society.
11-Graduates will have a solid understanding of the concepts underlying computer science.
12-Graduates will demonstrate the ability to use current techniques, skills and tools for computing practice.

These program outcomes are designed to prepare the student for a lifetime of growth in a computer science career


Programme educational objectives:

In order to provide a quality undergraduate degree, the computer science program has three overarching objectives:

1-Graduates will be able to apply their technical knowledge and skills to develop and implement computer solutions that accomplish goals important to the industry in which they are working. They will be able to adapt to new technologies.
2-Graduates will be able to communicate and work as part of a team in order to be an effective member of their workplace and society.
3-Graduates will have a positive attitude concerning the computing profession and its impact on society. They will also have a desire to continue to grow intellectually and professionally in their chosen field.


The department boasts of the following achievements -

1. First in the region to have ORACLE WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT ALLIANCE. So far the institute has trained more than 800 students on different IT technologies such as SQL, PL/SQL , JAVA and Database Administration. Students are encouraged to clear international certifications and last year 20 students cleared the Introduction to Oracle:SQL international certification. International certifications are offered at at least 25% discount to the students.

2. First in the region to have EMC Academic Alliance. Every year students go for industrial visit to EMC - A leading Storage Management Company. EMC also offers summer training at no cost to the students of CSE. Different niche technologies such as Information Storage and Management (ISM) & Cloud Infrastructure Management (CIS) are also taught as Non Credit Courses to the students. Certifications are offered at 90% discount to the students.

3. First in the region to have an alliance with HP Education Services. Hewlett Packard (HP) conducts technical courses on programming languages such as C, C++ , Databases, Java & dot Net for the students. A large number of students also undergo summer training wherein they are asked to develop projects which are mentored by seasoned IT Professionals.

4. First in the region to have an alliance with Redhat - World's leading LINUX vendor. The institute is a REDHAT ACADEMY. The agreement was signed in 2013. Courses such as Redhat System Administrator and Redhat Certified Engineer are taught to the students to make them "industry ready" thereby improving their employability.

5. First in the region to have initiated Non Credit Courses such as Python & PHP. These courses are taught during the academic session with other subjects (prescribed in the curriculum) and the students undergo an examination which earns them an certificate thereby improving their technical competence.

6. The institute also has an alliance with IBM - the oldest and most reputed IT company. Numerous workshops and hands-on sessions are conducted on niche technologies such as Software Testing and Mobile Application Development. The students also participate in "The Great Mind Challenge Contest" which helps them in learning industry coding standards. These projects are mentored by seasoned IT Professionals.

7. The department also conducts 30 hours of Aptitude Training in every semester starting from second year onwards. The department also conducts online aptitude tests round the semester to improve the Quantitative and Analytical skills of the students. Now a days a large number of IT companies conduct these tests for selecting students in placement drives. Also GATE and CAT - exams for higher studies have a good number of questions to test the candidate's quantitative and analytical skills. The department's initiative to conduct this exercise has resulted in increased number of placements this year.

8. The department also conducts Personality Development Programmes for students to groom their personality. These sessions are spread across in every semester and cover areas such as communication skills, group discussions and mock interviews.



Kshitiz Saxena

He joined the institute in 2001 November. He is actively involved in training students on niche technologies such as Cloud Computing, Information Storage Management, Linux Administration and Databases. He is also the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for industry-institute academic alliances with HP Education Services, RedHat, EMC, Oracle and Microsoft.

He holds international certifications in Cloud Infrastructure Services, SQL and Tivoli.

He has deployed Google Apps for Education within the campus. He is also managing the Web, Mail , and Proxy servers of the institute. 

His research areas are Network Security, Cloud Computing and Big Data.

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