Computer Science has the power to change the world. This course offer a flexible and facinating programmes for the students who wish to acquire high skills in computers & applications, all supported by world class staff and facilities. The curriculum provides the students with a technical perspective on major issues of computer application, programming, languages and web enabled services.
With an intake of 60 students in B.Tech. the course is designed to impart a wide range of technologies with software development skills in the programming design code developments & web based applications in students to the prepare the students for further study. Trainees, Technicians and skilled persons from industry and academic are invited on latest technologies. Students are also encouraged to attend and present their papers in conferences.
Spacious lecture rooms with well equiped latest learning facilities are major concern of the Institute. It also facilitate modern network lab, well stocked library providing a scope to students to learn and experience well.
Why did you choose this course at WIT?
I believe computer Science is one stream that pat our shoulder and ask us to see what lies beyond. And WIT has a track record in its course. I have seen for myself the difference the friends of mine doing the same course from other universities in knowledge exchanging and opportunity given by the college facilities
To produce women computer engineers of sound technical skills, high capability and engineering ethics to provide the innovative demand based solutions for the community.
M1: To equip students with adequate computer engineering knowledge and skills, to motivate for meaningful contribution useful to the society needs.
M2: To produce women computer engineers with strong base, clear thoughts, strong theoretical and analytical foundation needed to generate quality professionals in diverse societal and industrial applications.
M3: To provide adequate laboratory facilities for syllabus oriented research and innovation.
The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) OF CSE
PEO 1: Attain the analytical expertise to create, analyze, formulate, and solve challengingproblems in the field of Computer Science & Engineering; and also recognize and develop the necessary and suitable solutions for the same.
PEO 2: Graduates of computer engineering possess attitude to learn and adopt new technologies as it evolves and be lifelong learners.
PEO 3: Uncover multidisciplinary approach and co-relate engineering issues to social and human background in broader sense, in which their engineering helping hand will be utilized.
PEO 4: The students will demonstrate leadership skills in the workplace and function professionally in a globally competitive world.
PEO 5: Implant sensitivity towards ethics, public policies and their responsibilities towards the society.
|Computer Science and Engineering|
|Name of Faculty||Educational Qualifications|
|Ms. Rekha Rani||M.Tech (PTU, Jalandhar )
B.Tech (KUK, Kurukshetra)
|Mr. Sumit Kumar Chaudhary||M.Tech (NIT Kurukshetra )
B.Tech (UPTU, Lucknow )
|Mrs. Shruti Gupta||Ph.D (CSE, IIT Roorkee)
M.Tech (Thapar University, Patiala)
B.Tech (H.N.B Garhwal University)
|Ms. Megha Gaur||M.Tech ( NIT Durgapur, West Bengal)
B.Tech (ABES Engg College, Ghaziabad, UP)
Diploma (Govt Girls Poly Shamli, UP)
|Mr. Chennaiah Kate||M.Tech (NIT Durgapur)
B.Tech (Bapalta Engineering College (ANU), AP)
The Department has well equipped laboratories with state-of-the-art facilities like servers,workstations, thin clients, mobile terminals, desktops and networking devices. The Department is well equipped with the requisite and latest version Software & state-of-the-art IT infrastructure.
All the computing resources are inter-connected with high speed intranet and have Internet connectivity to the outside world. Department has well equipped Class Rooms and Seminar hall for e-learning facility.
- Air-Conditioned Computer Labs
- Dual Core System
- Web blocker server
- Linux server
- Window Server
- High-speed internet
- Excellent Peripherals
- LCD Projector
- Centrally Structured Computer Network
- In-house Training through well qualified Professionals
- C/C++ Programming
- Data Structures
- Software Engineering
- Data Base Management System (Oracle10g)
- Java Programming
- Design and Analysis of Algorithm
- Compiler Design
- Computer Graphics
- Operating System
- Computer Networks
- Artificial Intelligence (LISP/ Prolog)
- Distributed System
- Web Technology
- Advanced Computer Architecture
- Digital Image Processing
- Mini Project/ Project
- UNIX/LINUX Lab
- Hardware Lab
Apart from College Central Library, Department has well developed Departmental Library.
|TCS-302||Computer Based Numerical and Statistical Techniques|
|TEC-301||Digital Electronics and Design Aspect|
|TCS-304||Object Oriented Programming|
|THU-301||Engineering Economics and Costing|
|PCS-302||Computer Based Numerical & Statistical Technique Lab|
|PCS303||Data Structure Lab|
|PEC-350||Digital Electronics Lab|
|PCS-304||Object Oriented Programming Using Java/C++|
|PD III / GP III||Personality Development / General Proficiency|
|TCS-402||Unix Shell Programming|
|TCS-403||Theory of Automata and Formal Language|
|TCS-404||Database Management System|
|PCS-402||Unix & Shell Programming Lab|
|PCS-404||Database Management System Lab|
|PD IV/GP IV||Personality Development / General Proficiency|
|TCS-503||Design and Analysis of Algorithms|
|TCS-504||Principles of Programming Languages|
|TCS-505||Advanced Java Programming|
|TCS-506||Modeling and Simulation|
|PCS-551||Computer Graphics Lab|
|PCS-552||Compiler Network Lab|
|PCS-553||Design and Analysis of Algorithms Lab|
|GP-555||Advanced Java Lab|
|TCS-605||Visual Programming & DotNet Technologies|
|PCS-651||Operating Systems Lab|
|PCS-652||Compiler Design Lab|
|PCS-653||Artificial Intelligence Lab|
|PCS-655||Visual Programming Lab|
|TCS-701||Introduction to Web Technology|
|TCS-702||Advanced Computer Architecture|
|Elective I (Wireless Network)|
|Elective II (Cryptography & Network Security)|
|Open Elective (EVS/Human values)|
|PIT-751||Web Technology Lab|
|PIT-752||Advanced Computer Architecture Lab|
|PIT-753||Colloquium & Industrial Report|
|CODE||ELECTIVE I||CODE||ELECTIVE II|
|CS-011||Digital Image Processing||CS-021||Cryptography & Network Security|
|CS-012||Network Programming & Administration||CS-022||.Net Technology& Visual Programming|
|CS-013||Real Time System||CS-023||System Software and Administration|
|CS-014||Wireless Network||CS-024||Soft Computing|
|Elective III (Multimedia Communication & System Design)|
|Elective IV (Data Mining & Data Ware housing)|
|PCS-851||Distributed Systems Lab|
|CODE||ELECTIVE II||CODE||ELECTIVE III|
|CS-031||Embedded Systems||CS-041||Advanced DBMS|
|CS-032||Parallel Computing||CS-042||Data Mining & Data Ware housing|
|CS-033||Multimedia Communication & System Design||CS-043||Computational Geometry|
|CS-034||Pattern Recognition||CS-044||Granular Computing|
|CS-035||Natural Language Processing||CS-045||Storage Networks|