Department of Computer Science Engineering


This department provides technically sound environment for the students to hone their skills and knowledge in the field of Computer Science Engineering. The course offered is innovatively designed in accordance with the curriculum and syllabi. Constant up gradation and revisions are taken up to meet the growing demands of the industries. B.E in Computer Science and Engineering is the courses currently offered by the college. This department has eminent, qualified and well-trained faculty members recruited as per AICTE norms. The regular lectures are delivered by using state-of-the-art techniques like visual communication aids. The department has excellent infrastructure to keep the students abreast with latest developments in the field.


The Curriculum (2008 R) for B.E - CSE covers the following:-
1. Transforms and Partial Differential Equations
2. Data Structures
3. Digital Principles and Systems Design
4. Object Oriented Programming
5. Analog and Digital Communication`
6. Environmental Science and Engineering
7. Probability and Queuing Theory
8. Design and Analysis of Algorithms
9. Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
10. Computer Organization and Architecture
11. Operating Systems
12. Database Management Systems
13. Discrete Mathematics
14. Software Engineering
15. Computer Networks
16. Theory of Computation
17. System Software
18. Visual Programming
19. Numerical Methods
20. Artificial Intelligence
21. Principles of Compiler Design
22. Distributed Systems
23. Graphics and Multimedia
24. Cryptography and Network Security
25. Internet Computing
26. Object Oriented Analysis and Design
27. Middleware Technologies
28. Total Quality Management
29. Mobile Computing
30. Network Protocols


1. Parallel Computing
2. UNIX Internals
3. Data Warehousing and Mining
4. C # and .NET
5. User Interface Design
6. Software Testing
7. Software Project Management
8. Software Quality Management


Students are assigned an experimental or design project work that needs to be carried out under the guidance of a faculty member. The project, complemented by a mini project, spans over two semesters and provides the students with an opportunity to investigate technical problems in software and finds suitable problem solving techniques for them.

  • Grid Computing
  • Networks Security and Information System
  • Image Processing
  • AD-HOC Networks
  • Information Retrieval
  • Distributed Computing
  • Cloud Computing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Mobile Computing
  • Distributed System
  • Neural Networks
  • Pervasive Computing