Department of Information Technology

Department of Information Technology

Short term Goals

  • Insist student and faculty to publish credentials by state their talent through conference and journals.
  • Develop IT engineers to achieve 100% placement.
  • Develop knowledge through development.

Long Term Goals

  • To bridge the gap between the academia and industry.
  • To evolve a friendly face of education with emphasis laid on engineering technology & research.
  • To make IGCE as an excellent Technical Institution in India by 2015 - a place that is intellectually stimulating and academically rewarding with sustainable competitive advantage in all its activities.
  • To Develop R & D related improvement for the benefit as faculty and students.
  • To develop separate department digital library.

Department Mission and Lab Details

To produce globally competent, quality computer professionals and to inculcate the spirit of moral values for the cause of development of our nation Knowledge in par with the industry standards.

RDBMS Laboratory

State of the art Pentium Systems (35 nos.) with 2 high-end servers. Students work on Windows, NT, Linux and Unix Platforms. They also provide access to Oracle, DB2 and other database platforms.

Programming Lab

State of the art Pentium based Systems (35 nos.) with 2 high-end servers. Students work on Windows, NT, Linux and Unix Platforms. They also provide access to Oracle, Visual Basic, C++ and other compilers.

SD Laboratory

State of the art Pentium based Systems (35 nos.) with 2 high-end servers. Students work on Windows, NT, Linux and Unix Platforms. They also provide access to Oracle, Visual Basic, C++, C and CASE Tools.

Networking Lab

State of the art Pentium based Systems (35 nos.). Students work on Windows, NT, Linux and Unix Platforms and have access to COREL DRAW 9, 3D STUDIO MAX, CHARACTER STUDIO, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrartor and Macromedia tools.

Library

The department library has about 200 books and manuals relating to latest computer languages and packages and reference manuals. It has good collection of CDs (100 Nos.) including computer-based tutorials teaching various areas of computer science. There are also magazines and journals of interest to computer science available for reference. The departmental library has 2 Pentium based PCs with multimedia kit for effective use of the CD based materials.