Course Details

Information Technology Engineering

A degree in information technology can be expected to concentrate on the business and communication applications of computing. There is more emphasis on these two areas in the e-commerce, e-business and business information technology undergraduate courses. Information technology (IT) is the application of computers to store, study, retrieve, transmit, and manipulate data, or information, often in the context of a business or other enterprise. IT is considered a subset of information and communications technology (ICT).

SYLLABUS

To get a better idea about the course structure, let us go through a list of important subjects present in this program.

Semester - I
Applied Mathematics-I
Applied Physics-I
Applied Chemistry -I
Engineering Mechanics
Basic Electrical Engineering
Environmental studies
Basic Workshop Practice-I
Semester - II
Applied Mathematics-II
Applied Physics-II
Applied Chemistry -II
Engineering Drawing
Structured Programming Approach
Communication Skills
Basic Workshop Practice-II
Semester - III
Applied Mathematics -III
Logic Design
Data Structures & Analysis
Database Management System
Principle of Communications
Digital Design Lab
Data Structures Lab
SQL Lab
Java Programming Lab
Semester - IV
Applied Mathematics- IV
Computer Networks
Operating Systems
Computer Organization and Architecture
Automata Theory
Networking Lab
Unix Lab
Microprocessor Programming Lab
Python Lab
Semester - V
Computer Graphics and Virtual Reality
Operating Systems
Structured and Object Oriented Analysis and Design
Microcontroller and Embedded Systems
Advanced Database Management Systems
Open Source Technologies
Business Communication and Ethics
Semester - VI
Software Engineering
Distributed Systems
System and Web Security
Data Mining and Business Intelligence
Advance Internet Technology
Semester - VII
Software Project Management
Cloud Computing
Intelligent System
Wireless Technology
Elective II - 1. Image Processing Or 2. Software Architecture Or 3. E-Commerce & E-Business Or 4. Multimedia Systems Or 5. Usability Engineering Or 6. Ubiquitous Computing
Project I
Semester - VIII
Storage Network Management and Retrieval
Big Data Analytics
Computer Simulation and Modeling
Elective II - 1. Enterprise Resource Planning Or 2. Wireless Sensor Networks Or 3. Geographical Information Systems Or 4. Robotics Or 5. Soft Computing Or 6. Software Testing & Quality Assurance
Project II