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1. Providing students and faculty with an open environment for professional and personal growth.

2. To impart knowledge in the state of art in Information technology with relevant theoretical basis.

3. Providing platform where students are trained in contemporary technologies.


The Department strives for its students to have access to a high-quality Information Technology Infrastructure and Learning Environment to produce "Creators of Innovative Technology".

Courses Offered

B.Tech. Information Technology

Annual Intake : 60 students

Department of Information Technology

Year of establishment :

The Department was established during the academic year 2001-2002

Courses offered & Annual Intake:


B.Tech. (Information Technology) - 60 Students

This is an exciting period for the Information Technology as the rapidly changing technology creates many opportunities and challenges The department of information Technology was started in 2001, offering B.Tech. (IT) programme under the affiliation of Anna University, with excellent laboratory and research facilities. Our faculty members are dedicated in teaching with the desire of taking research. The Department focuses on the overall Performance of building IT Professionals.

Program Education Objectives:

1.To provide foundation in mathematical, scientific and engineering fundamentals necessary to formulate, analyze and solve hardware/software engineering problems.
2.To provide the knowledge in computing profession and will be engaged in learning, understanding and applying new ideas and actively pursuing graduate studies in computing.
3.To inculcate the students to maintain high professionalism and ethical standards, effective oral and written communication skills, to work as part of team on multidisciplinary projects and diverse professional environments, relate engineering issues to the society, global economy and to emerging technologies.

Program Outcomes:

(a)An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and computing fundamentals to information technology.
(b)An ability to design, develop and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs .
(c)Ability to analyze the problem, subdivides into smaller tasks with well-defined interface for interaction among components, and complete within the specified time frame and financial constraints.
(d)An ability to work individually or as a member with responsibility to function on multidisciplinary team.
(e)An ability to identify, formulates, and solves hardware and software computing problems, accounting for the interaction between hardware and software. .
(f)An understanding of professional, legal, and ethical issues and responsibilities. .
(g)An ability to communicate effectively.
(h)An ability to apply the engineering and management principles to manage projects as a member and a leader in a team.
(i)Demonstrate an ability to acquire new knowledge in the computing discipline and information technology to engage in life-long learning.
(j)Knowledge of contemporary issues.
(k)An ability to use modern engineering software tools to analyze the problem.

Salient Features:

  • More than 20 technical papers presented by the faculty in various national conferences.
  • Regular credit courses on advanced topics are sprint to supplement the curriculum.