Department of Computer Science and Engineering
The Department of Computer Science & Engineering was started in the year 1994 offering,
- a 4 year B.E. course and the present annual intake is 180 students
- and a 2-Year M.Tech. course in the year 2011 with an annual intake of 18 students.
Established in the year 1994, the Department of Computer Science and Engineering diligently strives to develop analytical & synthesizing skills, thus fostering the overall development of students. The Department is committed to building ethical and competent professionals with the support of highly qualified faculty, innovative novel curricula, and state of the art infrastructure. The curriculum includes courses on the latest technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Image Processing, Internet of Things, Natural Language Processing, and Robotic Process Automation, to name a few. Apart from the curriculum, a value-added course, CISCO, is also offered to meet the contemporary market demands.
The programs offered by the department enable students to be recruited by distinguished multinational companies namely Amazon, Cisco, Microsoft, Qualcomm, Commvault, EA Games, Service Now, Accolite, Oracle, Pega Systems, JP Morgan, ADP, etc. MoU’s have been signed with eminent organizations like Pega Systems, Infosys, UiPath, EPAM, Aptude, Inncircles, Navaratan Technologies, Chidhagni Consulting & Misplaced Minds that offer students training programmes, internships and placements.
Industry-related research and consultancy is carried out in partnership with organizations such as BOSCH, RCI, TITAN, etc. The Department has received a grant from AICTE under MODROBS to establish a lab for Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Seminars, workshops, theme-based projects and hackathons are conducted regularly to keep the students abreast in latest developments in Computer Science & Engineering.
Furthermore, the department has been recognized as a research centre by Osmania University and two professors have been recognized as research supervisors.