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Computer Science and Engineering
Institute of Engineering and Technology


This program aims to provide a strong foundation in Mathematics, Problem solving and Critical thinking, and Programming in addition to the courses on Design and Management while laying adequate emphasis on the core subjects of Computer Science and Engineering. Macro credit courses on emerging technologies are offered to equip the students with the skills and knowledge need to stay at the forefront of their fields. A mandatory two months Practice School-1 at the end of the second year and six months Practice School-2 in the final year allows them to get practical knowledge and valuable insight into the world of Computer Science and Engineering. Well-equipped labs and research facilities along with an excellent faculty provide the necessary pathways to aid the process of learning.

Career Prospects

Designed to create innovators of tomorrow, this programme prepares the students to take on challenging careers in the fields of technology research, software design and development, system and network architecture, system integration and many more.


Semester 1

  • Programming -I
  • Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics
  • Applied Physics/Environment Studies
  • Calculus
  • Design-1
  • Fundamentals of Communication

Semester 2

  • Programming -II
  • Digital Circuit and Systems
  • Applied Physics/Environment Studies
  • Linear Algebra and Differential Equations
  • Design-2
  • Critical Thinking and Storytelling

Semester 3

  • Data Structures & Algorithms
  • Computer Architecture & Organization
  • Database Systems
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Mangement-1
  • Perspectives on Contemporary Issues

Semester 4

  • Design and Analysis of Algorithms
  • Machine Learning
  • Operating System
  • Optimization for Computer Science
  • Management -II
  • Communication and Identity

Summer Break

  • Practice School -1

Semester 5

  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Computer Network
  • DE-I
  • DE-II
  • OE-I/SEE1(2)+SEE2(2)
  • Understanding and Managing Conflict

Semester 6

  • Theory of Computation
  • Minor Project
  • DE -III
  • DE -IV
  • OE -II/SEE3(2)+SEE4(2)
  • Critical Thinking for Decisions at Workplace

Semester 7

  • Project
  • DE-V
  • OE-III
  • OE -IV

Semester 8

  • Practice School – II /Entrepreneurial Project/Research Project/Semester at a partner University


Specializations allow students to acquire advanced skills and knowledge in a specific area of their main program. The curriculum for the first two years remains the same for all students, providing a solid foundation in core engineering principles.

In their third year, students can choose to specialize in one of the following areas, requiring the completion of at least three courses within the specialization:

Data Science
  • Foundations of Data Science
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Business Analytics
  • Data Visualisation
Cloud Computing
  • Parallel and distributed computing
  • Cloud computing architecture
  • Cloud Services and technologies
  • Fog and edge networks
Big Data Analytics
  • Big data storage and architecture
  • Multi-dimensional and advanced databases
  • Mining massive data-sets
  • Social network analysis and business analytics
Cyber Security
  • Introduction to information security
  • Fundamentals of cyber security
  • Secure Analytics and Coding
  • Cyber Forensics
  • VLSI Physical Design
  • VLSI testing and verification
  • IC Fabrication Technology/ Real time operating systems

Minors (Interdisciplinary)

For students interested in expanding their horizons beyond their primary field of engineering, minors offer a valuable opportunity. Minors complement the main degree and can enhance employability, facilitate interdisciplinary learning, or serve as a stepping stone to further education.


The minors currently offered at the institute include:

  • Design
  • Banking in Fintech
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Robotics
  • Mathematics

Successfully completed specializations and minors are prominently noted on the students’ degree certificates alongside their main field of study. This recognition highlights their additional qualifications and can significantly enhance their profiles for potential employers or academic opportunities.

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