Information Technology

Overview

Vision & Mission

Vision To produce a blend of creativity & ethical engineering graduates and making them capable of facing the real life challenges.
Mission The mission elements of Information Technology Department are:
M-1. Inculcating the fundamentals of Information Technology and analyzing the engineering problems along with the development of solutions keeping environmental aspects.
M-2. To cultivate ability for modern tool usage on ethical grounds to widely solve real life issues.
M-3. Building team spirit within the students, creating effecting communication for lifelong learning.

About the Department

As it pertains to technology, IT spans a wide variety of areas that include but are not limited to things such as processes,computer software, computer hardware, programming languages, and data constructs. In short, anything that renders data,information or perceived knowledge in any visual format whatsoever, via any multimedia distribution mechanism, is considered part of the domain space known as Information Technology (IT).
IT professionals perform a variety of functions (IT Disciplines/Competencies) that range from installing applications to designing complex computer networks and information databases. A few of the duties that IT professionals perform may include data management, networking, engineering computer hardware, database and software design, as well as management and administration of entire systems. Information technology is starting to spread farther than the conventional personal computer and network technology, and more into integrations of other technologies such as the use of cell phones, televisions, automobiles, and more, which is increasing the demand for such jobs.
The department was started in the year 2000 with an intake of 60 students. The department offers B.Tech program in the area of IT .The department of information technology is committed to impart up-to-date knowledge to the students related to current and future technology. Besides theoretical knowledge the main focus is to give the student more practical knowledge. The department is housed in a newly built building having an area of 1749 sq. mtrs. The department has well equipped and air conditioned laboratories each with a capacity of 22 computer machines. The faculty members give the students hands on approach in the use of IT principles and the opportunity to develop creative approaches to solving the problems.

Laboratories

Software System Lab
This lab provides facilities for the students to understand the complete life cycle of software development. Here the students learn different languages like C, C++, Visual Basic, Java, .net etc.

R&D Project Laboratory
Here the students develop & design their projects using variety of languages and software packages. Various Microcontroller kits are also available for student projects.

Mobile Communication Lab
CDMA, Bluetooth, and Wireless LAN Kits are available in this lab to study about the mobile devices. Mobile trainer, satellite communication trainer are also available for performing practicals.

Network Lab
In this lab exposure is given to the students about network equipment like Router, Switches, LAN trainer, wireless access points etc. Besides these the students are taught about the servers and their installation.

 

Highlights

Placements
Having best placement:

Year No. of Placement Offers
2018-2019 38
2017-2018 51
2016-2017 22
2015-2016 57
2014-2015 30
2013-2014 27

 

IT Branch Topper (2012-2016) IT Branch University Topper (2014-2018)
Ms. Sanya Arora (1212652) Ms.Sonali Srivastava

> Outcome based Modern Teaching aids like PPTs, Video Lectures, Virtual Labs.
> PVC-LXalong (TCSION).
> Add-on Classes under Earn While Learn Scheme.

Infrastructure

Programming Lab 107

NAME OF ITEM QUANTITY
P.DUAL CORE2.70GHZ,2GB RAM,320GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 01
P.DUAL CORE2.50GHZ,1GB RAM,320GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 01
CORE2 DUAL,2.93GHZ,2GB RAM,320GB HDD 14
P.DUAL,2.80GHZ,512MB RAM,80GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 03
P4,2.80GHZ,512MB RAM,40GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 03
P4,1.70GHZ,512MB RAM,40GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 04
SWITCH 16 PORT 01
PATCH PANEL 24 PORT 01
PRINTER 01
UPS 3 KVA 02

Multimedia, Computer Graphics Lab 108

NAME OF ITEM QUANTITY
XEON,3.00GHZ,2GB RAM,320GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 23
LAPTOP(2ACER,01DELL) 03
BIOMETRIC MACHINE 01
MANAGE SWITCH 28 PORT 01
SWITCH 24 PORT 03
PATCH PANEL 24 PORT 04
PROJECTOR 01
PRINTER 01
WIRELESS ROUTER 01
UPS 2 KVA 02

Software Engineering Lab 109

NAME OF ITEM QUANTITY
DUAL CORE,2.20GHZ,1GB RAM,160GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 20
P.DUAL CORE,2.50GHZ,1GB RAM,80GB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 01
SWITCH 8 PORT 02
PRINTER 01
UPS 3KVA 02

Network, Mobile Comunication Lab 110

NAME OF ITEM QUANTITY
THIN CLIENT TERMINALS 20
XEON SERVER,2.13GHZ,6GB RAM,1TB HDD,KEYBOARD,MOUSE,TFT 01
SWITCH 16 PORT 01
PATCH PANEL 24 PORT 01
PRINTER 01
UPS 2KVA 02

Faculty

S. No. Name of The Teaching Faculty Designation Qualification
UG/PG Doctorate University Aprroval No.
1 Er Vikram Verma Associate Professor/ Dean SA&W M.Tech CBA-166B/2009/13367
2 Er Vikas Juneja Associate Professor/ HOD M.Tech Pursuing CBA166B/2006/8398
3 Er Pooja Sharma Asst. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing CBA166B/2006/8400
4 Er Rakhi Sharma Asst. Prof. M.Sc,M.Tech Pursuing CBA166B/2009/15243
5 Er Savita Khurana Asst. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing CBA166B/2009/13351
6 Er Vipul Gupta Asst. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing CBA166B/2014/11051
7 Er Deepti Chauhan Asst. Prof. M.Tech
8 Er Nisha Raheja Asst. Prof. M.Tech
9 Er. Priyanka Sharma Asst. Prof. M.Tech

Activities

Make It Happen Club Activity

Make It Happen Club conducted an activity “Treasure On Board” on 11/02/2020.

Guest Lecture on Java Script

Guest Lecture on Java Script conducted by IT Deptt. on January 27, 2020.

Expert Lecture

Department organized an online expert lecture by our alumni Mr.Tarun Chawla,Software Engineer,Mindtree,Bangalore on ‘Placement Guidance and Career Counselling ‘ on 16 NOvember,2019.

Children’s Day at Bal Ashram and Old Age Home

Make It Happen Club of the Department Celebrated Children’s Day at Bal Ashram and Old Age Home ,Ladwa.

Club activity “Pattern Painter”

Java Club of IT Department conducted an activity Pattern Painter on 5th November, 2019

Time Table

Class-wise Time Table

Syllabus

PEO PO and PSO

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1 To provide quality computer education to inculcate modern technical skills among the students.
PEO2 To cultivate the ability to analyze the demand of software industry for carrying out hands on projects.
PEO3 Inculcate direction qualities to work mutually as a team member with effective briefing skills.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO1 To understand, analyze and develop programs related to system software, web design, DBMS and networking for efficient design of software based applications for real world problems.
PSO2 To work professionally in software industries with a broad range of programming language thus creating innovative career paths to sustain passion and zeal for real-world applications.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1 Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of science, computing, mathematics and fundamentals of engineering appropriate for the solution of engineering problems.
PO2 Problem Analysis: Analyze and identify the complex problems to formulate and interpret the solutions through the use of research methodology and technical skills to produce meaningful conclusions and recommendations.
PO3 Design/development of solutions: Design, develop and implement system components for real world problems which results to new innovations in information technology and related interdisciplinary areas like social, cultural, healthy and secure environment.
PO4 Conduct investigations of complex problems: Make use of research skills and basic principles of engineering and technology for various computing and communication system applications through design of experiments, analysis and implementation of algorithms and unification of information.
PO5 Modern tool usage: Learn latest hardware and software tools and engineering methodologies to model the complex engineering activities.
PO6 The engineer and society: Show the impact of engineering practices on the society for assessing social, cultural, secure, healthy and legal issues to demonstrate the knowledge and needs for sustainable development.
PO7 Environment and sustainability: Create an impact of all the engineering solutions in the context of social and environmental issues.
PO8 Ethics: Inculcate ethical and moral values in the context of engineering practices.
PO9 Individual and team work: Work excellently as a team member and/or leader in distinct fields of engineering using management and engineering principles.
PO10 Communication: Communicate effectively the engineering principles to the society and community through written and oral modes such as report writing, presentations, documentation.
PO11 Project management and finance: Project completion and cost estimation through management and engineering tools and techniques.
PO12 Life long learning: Understand the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning.

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