ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Department of Information Technology, established in the Academic year 2001-2002, is having outstanding and dedicated faculty members. It has well equipped laboratories with 150 computer systems, Internet facilities and well stocked collection of books in the exclusive department library for the students.National, International journals and magazines are being subscribed to enrich the knowledge of students. The department was affiliated permanently by the Anna University. The Information Technology course provides a comprehensive view in the world of IT Sectors including Internet Applications and design, as well the traditional opportunities in Software Career.. Web applications require enormous knowledge of several components like web servers, web protocols and to use the web application tools besides OOPS concept. The information technologists have such great opportunities in software development industries. In addition, certification and value added courses in the areas of Networking, Cloud Computing, Web Technology, Information Systems, C #and .Net and Artificial Intelligence are also offered.

PROGRAMME OFFERED

Programme Intake
B.TECH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 60

VISION

To impart quality technical education for students to excel in their professions with social and ethical values to achieve the global level standards

MISSION

• Quality Education:To impart high quality professional education that leads to global excellence.
• Analytical Skill: To empower the students with expertise in solving real world problems through emerging technologies.
• Research and Development: To facilitate the students with necessary skill sets to make them technically sound with strong ethical values and to promote research and development in the multidisciplinary fields of Engineering and Technology.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

1. Foundation: To develop the students with programming skill sets with a sound foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary for the core concepts focusing on knowledge up-gradation leading to technical innovations.
2. Analytical Skill: Capable of analyzing and specifying the requirements of the Information Technology system to design and develop using the contemporary tools.
3. Leadership Skill: The Graduates of the programme will have the competencies for communicating, planning, coordinating, organizing and decision making and they will have interpersonal skills and ethical responsibility.
4. Employability Skill: The graduates will practice and demonstrate the ability to use the knowledge and expertise through the continuous performances which will contribute to the society through active engagement.

PROGRAMME OUTCOME(S)

• Engineering Knowledge: Graduates can apply mathematics, science, computing and engineering knowledge to Information Technology related problems.

•  Problem Analysis: An ability to analyze a problem interprets data and defines the computing system requirements which would be appropriate to the solution.

•  Design/development of solutions: An ability to design, implements, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs.

•  Conduct investigations of complex problems : An ability to apply creativity in the design of systems which would help to investigate the complex problem and provide software solution.

•  Modern tool usage: An ability to use the computing techniques, skills, and modern system tools necessary for practice as a Information Technology professional.

•  The Engineer and society: An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.

•  Environment and sustainability: An ability to develop and use the software systems within realistic constraints environmental, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability considerations.

•  Ethics: An Ability to understand of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.

•  Individual and team work: An ability to function effectively on teams and individually to accomplish a common goal.

•  Communication: An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences by written and oral.

•  Project management and finance: Ability to plan, organize and follow best practices and standards so that the project is completed as successfully by meeting performance, quality at CMM level, budget and time.

•  Lifelong learning: An ability to engage in lifelong learning and continuing professional development.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

I. Need analysis and design of new technologies
The use of current application software; Graduates able to design, analysis, testing of computer application for the use in information, Engineering and technologies.

II. Design of embedded system
Design the computer and information based system consists of digital electronics components, electrical components and micro controller devices effectively used for applications of microcomputer systems, telecommunications and digital signal propagation needed in data transport

III. Database administration
Design database system with data mining, warehousing and data security by using big data and advanced security techniques and tools.

IV. Integrated computer science project
An ability to evaluate and manage integrated Information Technology project and documentation of substantial scope.