SKP ENGINEERING COLLEGE

SKP ENGINEERING COLLEGE

( Sponsored by Sri. S. Kuppusaamy Memorial Educational Trust )

Approved by AICTE & Affiliated to Anna University
NH 66, Somasipadi Post,Chinnakangiyanur, Tiruvannamalai,Tamil Nadu 606611

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SKP ENGINEERING COLLEGE

About The Department

The Department of Information Technology(IT) was established in the year 1999 with the intake of 60.Information Technology is a field that focuses on the use of computer technology to manage and process information. Here are some key points about the IT department.The Information Technology department is typically found in businesses, organizations, and government agencies that rely on technology to support their operations and services.Information Technology professionals are responsible for designing, developing, implementing, and maintaining computer systems, networks, and software applications.IT staff members provide technical support to users and help them troubleshoot problems with their hardware and software.

FDP

ONLINE NATIONAL LEVEL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

% Free
  • 13th-14th March 2024 at 10:00AM

ONLINE NATIONAL LEVEL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

% Free
  • 27th-28th March 2024 at 10:00AM

Unveiling Leadership Strategies in the IT Sector

% Free
  • 19th Feb 24 at 11:30AM

FDP

ONLINE NATIONAL LEVEL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME

% Free
  • 13th-14th March 2024 at 10:00AM

Digital Mastery (Empowering Creatives in Web Development, Branding, and Marketing)

% Free
  • 29th April 2024 to 3rd May 2024 @ 10 A.M.

Unveiling Leadership Strategies in the IT Sector

% Free
  • 19th Feb 24 at 11:30AM

To produce and disseminate knowledge through a harmonious blending of Science, Engineering and Technology and to serve the society by developing a modern technology in students’ heightened intellectual, cultural, ethical and humane sensitivities, fostering a scientific temper and promoting professional and technological expertise.

To shape our Students in a learning community to work synergistically across discipline boundaries, to encourage and facilitate faculties and researchers to infuse a sense of excitement in innovation & invention, design & creation and entrepreneurship, to develop and pursue curricula and  to strive for productive partnership between the industry and the Institute.

  • To prepare the students for a successful career by meeting ever increasing demands required by software profession and enable them becoming an entrepreneur.

  •  To strengthen the ability of the students with sound foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, solve and analysis the engineering problems and develop the software for real world problems.

  • To train students with good scientific and engineering breadth by providing inter disciplinary courses So as to comprehend, analyze, design, create the product and simulate the real world entity.  

  • To inculcate professional and ethical attitude in students by providing effective communication skills, leadership skills and team work to challenge the contemporary issues to broader social context. 

  • Development and implementation of a comprehensive IT strategy: Developing a clear and comprehensive IT strategy can help align the IT department with the organization’s overall goals and objectives. A well-defined IT strategy can provide direction for future investments, initiatives, and priorities.

  • Implementation of new technology systems: Implementing new technology systems can be a major milestone for an IT department. These systems may include enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, customer relationship management  software, or other tools that improve operational efficiency, productivity, or customer experience.

  • Upgrade or migration of legacy systems: Legacy systems can become outdated and pose risks to an organization’s operations and security. Upgrading or migrating these systems can be a significant milestone for an IT department, as it involves substantial planning and execution to ensure a smooth transition.