b.e computer science engineering
b.e computer science and engineering
About The Department
The undergraduate program in Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) was established in 1999-2000 with an initial intake of 60 seats. The program saw a subsequent increase in intake to 90 seats in 2001-2002, followed by a further increase to 120 seats in 2006-2007. In 2007, the program received accreditation from the National Board of Accreditation of the All India Council for Technical Education (NBA-AICTE) for a period of three years. The accreditation was renewed in 2013 for an additional two years and again in 2016 for another two years.
The postgraduate program in CSE was initiated in 2005-06, with an initial intake of 18 seats
Computer Science and Engineering (CSE) is a discipline that combines the principles and practices of computer science with engineering methodologies to design, develop, and maintain software and hardware systems. Here are some key points about the CSE department:
The CSE department is typically found in universities and colleges offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science and engineering.
CSE students learn programming languages, data structures, algorithms, operating systems, computer networks, software engineering, database systems, and computer architecture.
CSE graduates have opportunities to work in various industries, such as software development, hardware design, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and data analysis.
CSE professionals play a crucial role in advancing technology and creating innovative solutions for complex problems in different fields.
The CSE department also focuses on research and development in emerging areas, such as cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning, and robotics.
The CSE curriculum is designed to equip students with technical skills, critical thinking abilities, communication skills, and teamwork skills necessary for their professional and personal growth.